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Camera Mounts - Trail Cameras
The Cuddeback Attack Flash Camera  Price: $ 229.99
•Takes up to 10,000 images on a set of batteries
•5.0-megapixel day and night images
•1/4-second trigger time
•Xenon strobe flash with 60-ft. range

Outstanding images and videos can be yours with this effective and efficient trail camera. It will take up to 10,000 images on a set of four D batteries (not included), and Smart Color Image Enhancement means the 5.0-megapixel resolution pictures are crisp and clear with vivid color day and night. A super-fast 1/4-second trigger time teams with a 1-1/2'' xenon strobe flash with a 60-ft. range to give you unparalleled night imagery. Set the unit on Guard Duty time-lapse mode to automatically snap five images per minute to monitor activity over large areas. Cuddeback’s free online software lets you watch a full day of Guard Duty images in just 10 minutes. Exclusive Super Simple Setup lets you set up and operate the unit with a rotary knob, two buttons and a switch. Choose from eight delay options from 15 seconds to 30 minutes. Plug in an SD card with up to 32GB of memory to store thousands of images (memory cards sold separately). Download images to a flash drive with the integrated USB port. It's never been easier to mount your Cuddeback to a tree! This camera comes with Cuddeback's new Genius Mount System, you simply screw or strap the mounting bracket to the tree and Attack slides easily on or off. No longer must you kneel down or bend over to check your camera. Other types of additional mounting brackets are available so you can affix them to a tree or a pole and leave them there for future use.

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