New Moultrie D-555i

posted on August 16, 2013

Moultrie Products has introduced the new D-555i trail camera. Featuring a 90-degree wide-angle lens and No Glow nighttime infrared illumination, the D-555i is simple to use, with large buttons and a 2-inch color-viewing screen for live-view aiming. The 8.0 megapixel D-555i takes high-quality pictures, with an average trigger speed of less than one second. This camera offers four different capture modes: In motion detect mode, motion detect video mode, time lapse mode and hybrid cam mode. Other features include motion freeze to reduce nighttime blur, HD video captured in 720p, Moultrie camouflage and integrated mounting brackets to accommodate a Python cable for extra security.

The camera can capture 24,000 images on a single set of six C-cell batteries and with expanded memory of up to 32GB. The D-555i retails for $149.99.

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