Primos Truth Cam Blackout

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posted on October 6, 2011
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New from Primos is the Truth Cam Blackout, providing complete surveillance to hunters and designed to be undetectable to animals.

With a non-reflective, low shadow Matrix camo exterior and lightning quick trigger speeds, the Truth Cam Blackout is both silent and speedy enough to catch the footage you haven't previously been able to get.

Other features:
50 FT Night Range
7.0 Mega Pixels Daytime-5.0 Mega Pixels Nighttime
1 Second Trigger Speed
Long Battery Life (Beyond 30,000 Photos)
No Photo/Video Shutter Noise
Captures Photos and High Res Videos
No Flash, Glow or Light
Undetectable by Animals and Humans
Supports up to 32 GB SD Card (Not Included)
Runs on 4 "D" Batteries (Not Included)
Simple to Use

For more information, go to primos.com/blackout.

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