The Cuddeback X-Change Black Flash, Model 1255 is the best Cuddeback No-Glow IR camera ever! It captures crisp 20MP images and can record up to 30 second videos with sound. It features Cuddeback?s industry leading 1/4 second trigger speed which means you’ll get more images with animals and fewer blanks. A new compact micro housing is ergonomic and handy. Black Flash technology means no visible infrared flash for animals (or humans) to see and over 2 watts of IR illumination power for a flash range of over 50 ft. Flash range is highly dependent upon the setting. Correctly exposed Black Flash images offer stunning clarity and minimal motion blur whether animals are close or distant. The Cuddeback X-Change Black Flash is a totally new concept in trail cameras. Interchangeable flash modules allow the camera to be a Color, IR or Black Flash (color and IR modules sold separately). X-Change LED modules feature 30 LEDs for maximum performance. We have added a ton of cool and innovative features to this model, such as Zone Control, separate day/night settings, fully customizable time lapse, and much more. The reinvented mounting system makes it easier and more versatile to deploy the camera. With the Genius Mount the user does not bang the camera around while strapping it to a tree, you simply strap or screw (screws not included) the mount to the tree then slides the camera on and off as needed. Runs on 8 AA Batteries (not included). Accepts up to a 32GB SD Card (not included). 2 year warranty when registered online within 2 weeks of activating the camera.
- Cuddeback’s Industry Leading 1/4 second trigger speed is up to 4 times faster than most other cameras
- 20MP Images – Advanced low-light CMOS image sensor for enhanced color clarity. Low light performance extends night illumination range and reduced IR motion blur. And 20MP mode means you can zoom in to see details
- 30 – 940nm high power LED’s don’t produce a red glow that can scare away animals
- 50 foot flash range.
- Zone Control – Select wide view or centered view as needed. Wide is best on fields and centered for trails.