Covert Special Ops Code Trail Camera - 8MP
The Covert® Special Ops Code Black IR 8.0 MP Invisible LED Infinity Scouting Camera transfers 640 x 480 resolution images wirelessly directly to your email or mobile device. This scouting camera can take pictures or videos and has adjustable sensitivity and time lapse mode. With 60 invisible infrared LED's that produce high quality images and 8MP resolution, this scouting camera will put you ahead of the game.
- Scouting camera
- 8MP resolution
- 60 invisible infrared LED's produce high quality images
- Transfers 640x480 resolution images wirelessly to email or mobile devices
- Adjustable sensitivity and time lapse mode
- Takes pictures or videos
- Date, time, temperature and moon phase info stamp
- Threaded tripod insert
- Up to 8GB SD card capacity
- Size: 5.6" x 4.75" x 3"
- Model: 48626
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 13342307
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Speedbump AWESOME this camera is awesome .. takes great pictures and transmits using cellalur not to a website.. also the only thing is you may want to cover the antenna with a small piece of pvc ... racoons love it for some reason... August 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Deerslayer45 Awesome Cameras! I bought one of coverts cameras to give them a shot and am VERY impressed! I got the special ops and love it! Its amazing how quick I can get my pictures sent to my phone and the picture quality is great! This camera works great for security reasons as well if you want to put it around the house or barn etc. I ended up getting 3 of these as well as the black 60 and love it too. I'm a firm believer in the Covert brand and wont go with anything else from now on May 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by fairchase4me Covert cameras ROCK! Covert cameras are great and their customer service is awesome. Bought this camera and it seemed like a hassle to get the SIM card to allow emails/texts of the pictures. I called Covert's service line, talked to an actual, knowledgeable person and they gave me full instructions on how to set the SIM card up and what I needed AT&T to do for me. 2 thumbs up. October 31, 2012
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