Same query here, just for fun as I know that we have deer, wild-boars, badgers,
stoats and weasels, squirrels, and many more around ...
WIFI here is « extended » thanks to our Devolo thing. But I’d be so curious to
know who our visitors are, and when.
Of course, our cats DO know, but won’t tell us … can you trust cats ...
> Le 12 nov. 2020 à 18:38, Mike Bloor <admin@xxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> Does anyone have any recommendations on cameras for autonomously capturing
> pictures/video of wildlife? Likely targets will be badgers, foxes and otters.
> Some years ago, I bought a Stealth Cam Wildview Digital Scout Camera. This
> had passive IR detection, built-in flash and saved images or video to a
> memory card. It was basically useless. The response time was so long that
> anything had moved out of frame before the picture was taken. The flash also
> only gave a reasonable exposure if the subject was at just the right
> distance. In test shots, most subjects were washed out or just black. The
> feedback from the manufacturer was that it was intended for photographing
> slow moving animals such as deer.
> An alternative I looked at later was an outdoor webcam with Wi-Fi and IR
> illumination, feeding back to a PC with software that included motion
> detection. This worked, but only within a very limited range of the house
> because of the Wi-Fi range. I'm really looking for something that will
> function at the end of our garden, about 100 to 120 meters from the house.
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