First Look: Moultrie Mobile Delta Cellular Trail Camera

posted on January 6, 2021
Moultrie Mobile has announced the release of the Delta cellular trail camera, boasting all-season reliability. 

HDR (High Dynamic Range) imaging allows the Delta to capture enhanced detail in highlights and shadows—even in difficult lighting conditions. The camera’s 32MP Illumi-Night 3 Sensor, meanwhile, delivers images and video with vivid colors by day and crisp, bright clarity at night, with invisible infrared flash.

In terms of battery life, the Delta promises up to 12 months on a single set of lithium batteries. That's quite a long time to not have to make a return trip to the field. Finally, for security, the unit features an onboard GPS for theft deterrence, which also allows tracking of device location on the Moultrie Mobile app. 

For more information on this high-tech scouting device, check out MSRP: $99.99


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