Use wildlife cameras to capture animals around your home, in the woods or nature reserve.
Nedis WCAM150GN Wildlife Camera
List price 99.99
Bresser Bird and Small Animal Observation Camera SFC-1
List price 126.-
BRESSER Wildlife Camera Full HD 16MP with 120° PIR Sensor
List price 135.-
Bushnell 20MP Prime L20 Low Glow Tan
List price 159.-
Bushnell SpotOn 2-pack
List price 299.-
Bushnell 32MP Dual Core 4K Tree Bark Camo No Glow
List price 369.99
Bushnell 24MP Trophy Cam single core brown no glow
List price 299.99
Denver WCT-8020W wildlife camera
List price 69.99
List price 119.95
Outdoor Club Wild Camera Night vision 4K
List price 209.-
Braun Scouting Cam Black820 Dual Sensor Outdoor Cam
List price 174.-
A wildlife camera has a camouflaged design and features various sensors that facilitate outdoor photography and filming. The market for this type of camera is seeing a rapid growth in demand from hunters and wildlife enthusiasts. The material collected by such a camera can be used for research as well as for making collages and animal books.
Sensors detect the animals
The major advantage of a wildlife camera is that by using a motion and infrared sensor it is possible to capture exactly when animals are in the range of the camera. The motion detector has a specific range that can be as far as several metres. The speed can be a mere fraction of a second. So no wildlife detail will be missed. Many of today's wildlife cameras are no-glow, which means the infrared light is invisible to the animals. So they won't be frightened off or disturbed. Recordings of animal life can be made during the day and at night. The number of megapixels varies per camera, starting from a few, to above ten.
Recording within a specific time frame
You can set your own start and finish times during which the camera takes interval footage. When choosing intervals, you can choose between a short period of time (from one second), to longer durations (one hour). Wildlife cameras can switch from day to night to infrared mode. Leaving the footage rolling. Picture quality depends on the camera type. All wildlife cameras are impermeable, leaving nothing to chance.
Positioning the camera
Wildlife cameras such as Bushnell ones come with a fastening strap which can be used to hang the camera to, say, a tree or fence. These are not supplied as standard with other models. But, don't worry, we have the following camera straps that can be purchased separately.