by NRA Staff - Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Moultrie Products has announced the latest version of its M-80 miniature game camera with the Game Spy M80XT.
The M-80XT introduces Moultrie's new Motion Freeze blur-reduction technology, reducing nighttime blur caused by infrared flash. The camera's night range is over 60 feet, and images are captured in 16:9 widescreen, providing a wider field of view than most of the market. The camera can shoot up to three pictures per second.
Moultrie has said that the M-80XT will be available soon, and that it will ship with an MSRP of $164.99.
- 5.0 megapixel infrared game camera
- 3 operational modes
- IR triggered game camera
- Hybrid time-lapse plot camera*
- Plot camera by day, infrared camera at night
- Up to 1-year battery life
- Illumi-Night Sensor provides the brightest and clearest nighttime infrared pictures
- New Motion Freeze technology reduces infrared nighttime blur
- New FastFire Continuous Shooting Mode captures up to 3 photos per second
- Records video with sound
- Picture delay - 5/15/30 seconds, 1-60 minutes
- Battery life calculator
- Color day pictures and video
- Infrared night pictures and video
- Four picture resolutions, two video resolutions
- External power port for optional Moultrie PowerPanel
For more information, go to MoultrieFeeders.com.
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