Moultrie Introduces S-50i Trail Camera

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posted on March 8, 2017
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Moultrie has introduced its new S-50i, the latest addition to its Signature Series of high-end trail cameras. The S-50i features 20-megapixel images and true 1080p HD video with audio.

The S-50i offers high-quality color images and video, both of which are captured with a trigger speed of 0.3 seconds, with a 100-foot flash range. The flash features iNVISIBLE Infrared Flash technology, so you'll get the photos you're waiting for without spooking the mature bucks you're keeping tabs on.

The S-50i features a 2-inch full-color display and also offers full compatibility with the Moultrie Mobile wireless scouting system. It ships with Moultrie's standard 2-year warranty.

Technical Specifications:

Resolution: 20 MP
Illumination: iNVISIBLE Infrared Flash (48 LED)
Trigger Speed: 0.3 seconds
• 1080p HD Video with Sound
Detection Range: 80 feet
Flash Range: 100 feet
• Moultrie Mobile compatible
Finish: Realtree Original
MAP: $199.99

For more information, go to MoultrieFeeders.com.

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