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Advanced Infrared Technology
With 42pcs infrared LEDs, the camera can keep an appropriate brightness during daytime and at night for a high quality shooting. In addition, the camera can automatically reduce the brightness to extend battery life under energy saving mode.
One switch to change mode, simple operation
Image sensor: 5.0 mega pixels, 1/2.5'' CMOS sensor
Photo resolution: 12M 4000 x 3000 (interpolated), 8M 3264 x 2448 (interpolated), 5M 2592 x 1944
Screen: 6.1cm(2.4'') color TFT LCD; 480 x 234 pixels
Recording medium: Support SD/SDHC memory cards up to 32GB (optional)
Video resolution: 1920 x 1080p (15fps) 1280 x 720p (30fps) 848 x 480 (30fps) 640 x 480p (30fps)
Lens: F=7.45; F/NO=3.0; FOV=55; Auto IR filter
Effectiveness： Daytime 1m-infintive; Night time 3m-20m
Triggering distance: up tp 20m
Triggering time: less than 1 second
IR flash: 44 infrared LEDs for night shots (range 20m)
Detection angle of sensors: central sensor zone: 35-40; Side sensor zone: each 30; total sensor anngle zone: 120
Spray water proctected: Yes (IP protection class 54)
Storage formats: Photo-JPEG
Video-AVI Motion JPEG
Connections: mini USB 2.0 (USB and TV out)
Power supply: 4x or 8x batteries type LR6 (AA); 4x or 8x NiMH batteries type LR66 (AA) with low self discharge; external 6V power supply, at least 1.5A (not supplied)
Standby time: approx 6 months (with 8 batteries)
Dimension: approx 135(H) x 93(B) x72(T) mm
What's in the box
USB and video cable
SD card and batteries are not included in the package.
Please remove the protective foil from the camera lens for not affecting the camera effect.
- Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
- ASIN: B01N9EZ80D
A Security Problem Solved
We live on several acres of forested land in a remote mountain area in northern New Mexico. We are surrounded by a National Park and the National Forest. Initially we were looking for a home security system to monitor both the inside and outside of our house. We spent a lot of time over the last several months pouring over specs and reviews for both wired and wireless system, but we could not find an affordable system with good reviews that could satisfy all of our requirements. A few weeks ago we decided to try the 12 MP Apeman Trail Camera for a possible network of stand-alones . We loaded the the Apeman with 8 alkaline batteries and a 32 MB memory card. The camera setup, which took only a few minutes, went exactly as covered in the instructions, and the camera has functioned exactly as advertised. The picture quality, both video and still-shots, is good, as is the audio function. We spent 2 weeks trying various camera settings and locations, both inside and outside, during some sub-zero weather conditions and several snow storms. We then ordered two additional Apeman 12 MP cameras, and their setup and operation has gone exactly like the original camera (as advertised).
Better known as a trail cam, this often overlooked type of camera is intended to watch the migratory habits of wildlife and is beneficial to many people for a variety of reasons. They are an excellent form of surveillance and can be set up for a variety of specific purposes, provide pictures as answers, solve mysteries, and will do so while eliminating mountains of recorded video common to a CCTV type of home/business surveillance system. The H65 camera watches for movement and when triggered will either snap a picture or start recording a video. There is an immense amount of flexibility when setting up the H65 so that multiple photos can be recovered in a series or videos can be set to record from 10 seconds to 10 minutes, all depending on the type of information you expect to retrieve. For instance, in its most basic role as a security cam watching over an area that is expected to remain uninhabited, any movement will trigger the unit into action. Since movement would mean there is an intruder, the camera can be set to record for 10 minutes with a zero interval in between videos in order to provide constant video coverage for as long as movement is detected.
Great little camera at great price
As a tribal environmental specialist in the US Southwest we use these cameras to catch illegal dumpers and other naughty folks. Sometimes we even get great wildlife shots that we post to our Facebook page to up our views and remind people that we have an eye on them.
Great cam. High quality finish. Easy to use.
Nice cam. I always throw a trail cam out by the chicken coop to spy on any raccoons and possums that try to sneak into the coop at night. Luckily for me there haven’t been any for a while, but that means less neat wildlife photos to share. Instead here are some pics of the chickens walking around for a quality comparison. The temperature reading seems accurate as well.
Great little camera!
Small, lightweight and easy to use. Straightforward. We bought it primarily to catch/see what was attacking our big pond fish. The fish killed were 20″ Koi, 5# Catfish, and 8# Large Mouth Bass. It took several nights, but we got a picture of a Muskrat leaving the pond. This must have been the predator. Clear pictures. Even captured our farm house 200 yds away.
Great battery life High quality pictures for counting those bucks …
Great battery life
Quality and affordable game camera with fantastic customer service!
Bought this game camera in May 2017 and was able to get it set up and operating with no problems. Instructions were easy to follow. We did use lithium batteries and an SD card that was purchased separately. For several months we got really clear daytime color photos and decent black and white nighttime shots of animals on our property. We also experimented with the video and multiple photo settings on the camera. When we had problems with the amount of photos the unit was capturing dropping dramatically even though the animals were still coming through, we contacted Apeman. Grace at Apeman suggested that I reset to factory settings and it resolved the issue. Can’t say enough positive things about this game camera.
Nice quality, easy setup, and runs on 4 or 8AA batteries.
I have been thru every brand of game camera that you can think of (Bushnell, Stealth Cam, Cuddeback, Moultrie, Primos, etc., etc.). Some have been better than others but I think for the most part they are all about the same. . . all take good pictures in the day time, pretty crummy pictures at night (unless the animal is absolutely still). In the last few years I have started branching out to the non-name brand cameras (like Apeman). I like these because they are the same quality as the name brand cameras, without the marketing cost added to the camera (thus they are cheaper for the buyer). Plus I find that cameras like this that are only sold on Amazon, have a lot better customer service that companies like Moultrie (that is sold in every big box retailer).
The current camera works very well with excellent pictures both day and night
After purchasing several cameras from Apeman and returning them because the night sensor did not work properly. Apeman stood behind their product and replace the camera with no questions. The current camera works very well with excellent pictures both day and night. The thing I like is that the camera works as a single photo or in video mode or both options. I am very please with the customer service and the next time I need another camera I will differently choose Apeman.
Review Of APEMAN Trail Camera 12MP Hunting Game Camera