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Wildgame Innovations BLADE Micro W6GSCAN Trail Camera - 6MP

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Product Information:

The BLADE Micro 6 game camera features Redux™ anti-blur technology and boasts a 1-second trigger speed. With a 20-piece high intensity LED IR flash, the 6MP BLADE Micro Red camera has an illumination range of 40-feet and has a wide angle lens. Capable of recording 30-second videos, the Wildgame Innovations® Blade 6 6MP Scouting Camera includes a USB cable, mounting strap, and a Flextime software CD.

  • 20-pc high-intensity LED infrared flash
  • Redux™ anti-blur technology
  • Wide angle lens 16:9 aspect ratio
  • Photo and video (30sec) capability
  • Up to 32 GB SDHC card (not included)
  • External battery port (for use with EBX)
  • Includes USB cable, mounting strap and Flextime software CD
  • Model: W6GSCAN
  • Wildgame Innovations

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  • Trigger Speed: 1-second
  • Illumination Type: IR
  • Illumination Range: 40 ft
  • Video Length: 30-seconds
  • Battery Power: 8 AA batteries (not included)
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 41400696

Customer Reviews:

Wildgame Innovations BLADE Micro W6GSCAN Trail Camera - 6MP 3.8 5 12 12
this product works great says 60-feet range i got 40-foot range same w6gscan on package November 4, 2014
Good camera Good camera for the price. Just right for the average hunter. November 2, 2014
This product seems to take nice pictures Having a problem getting the pictures I want at night, I am still experimenting with the distance and other things to get it to work to my expectations November 2, 2014
Great camera on sale Found this camera on sale for 40 bucks. Got 2 of them. Great cameras. Still and video are great. Twilight image are too dark, but everything alse works perfectly. Easy to program, AA batteries, excellent. The sale price was unbeatable. Best camera under $50 when you catch it on sale. Waterproof. October 27, 2014
Works fine Only used in back yard so far. Got great photos of varments digging in my garden. Wish resolution was higher but for this price i should not complain. Will use at deer stand soon. Feel its worth more than price paid. September 24, 2014
Not as advertised This camera is not a Micro Red 6. It is a Blade 6. The flash is only 40' not 60'. A bargain only because it is so inexpensive, especially with free shipping. August 25, 2014
good game can for you money Works great. Battery life is about a month and a half with consistent is. Takes great pictures. Only negitive it struggles at the time when it should change to inferr red mode at dusk..but I have 6 of them and I can't come plan..have havested some great deer because of them. August 24, 2014
Great product for the price You can't beat these cameras for the price. Pictures are clear and battery life is excellent. August 19, 2014
Great cameras I have 3 of these now and all work great. Easy setup and great battery life. I have no complaints aside from wishing WGI would use cinch straps instead of these stupid bungees which limit you to small trees to mount your cameras to. Otherwise, great camera for the money. August 16, 2014
This cam is not like the other WGI cams I've had really good luck with the WGI cameras until this one. I'm familiar with setting these cams up as have several in a different model. I bought this one and I put it up in place of another then I let it sit for two weeks. when I checked it, it said I had 2,000 photos. I was pumped to get home to see the photos, however when I did I had 3 photos of a doe and the rest were empty screen shots. The troubling part was that it didn't even record me as I came up to swap the card and I was standing directly in front of the stinking thing. I had a bag of corn out and some salt which had obviously been hit, but I was unable to see what had come in to it. Under normal circumstances I would assume that it was me, that I did something wrong in set up, however as I mentioned before I'm familiar with the camera set up options. Previously I had another WGI camera set up in the exact same spot and had good success. Maybe I got a lemon, but I'm definitely not happy with about this camera's performance. I tried to save a couple of bucks and instead I wasted it. August 16, 2014
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