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Acorn 6210MC HD Wildlife Trail Camera, Covert 940nm Infrared

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RRP: £227.99
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  • Motion Activated
  • Infrared Night Vision
  • Video and/or Photos
  • Long Battery Life
  • Completely Wireless
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 8 x 7 cm ; 599 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 499 g
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  • Item model number: 6210MC940
  • ASIN: B00873DB76
  • Date first available at 27 Feb. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 592 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

Product Description

Amazon UK are pleased to offer the Ltl Acorn 6210MC Wildife Camera with the 940nm covert "no glow" infrared.

The Ltl Acorn 6210MC is the high resolution version of this ever popular wildlife trail camera, it offers higher resolution video recording at 1440x1080 & increased SD card capacity of 32G over the 5210A model.

Often known as a game camera, scouting camera, hunting camera or wildlife camera trap - this device is also used extensively for video surveillance in remote areas where connection to mains power is not possible or practical.

Thanks to the built in infrared, it can capture video footage or photos in complete darkness (colour footage during the day) and will only do so when motion/temperature increase is detected as it has 3 built in motion/heat sensors.

The camera holds 4 AA batteries as standard, which can give you running time of up to 3 months (batteries are not supplied). However, this can be increased to up to 6 months using the additional 8 battery slots in the back of the camera.

The Acorn 6210MC can also take 12MP photos (interpolated from 5MP. Not only this but the Acorn 6210MC Trail Camera also has the superb prep motion sensors. These side or prep sensors are designed to prepare the camera in advance so that it is ready to shoot as the subject moves into the lens view, meaning you get optimum recorded footage of the animal or subject.

The Acorn 6210MC has password protection, 32G max SD card storage (SD card not supplied), time & date stamping, timer recording and even a time lapse feature that allows you to set the camera to take a shot/video at set intervals regardless of whether any movement has been detected.

The amazing thing is that this feature packed trail camera comes in a palm size casing of just 14cm x 8cm x 6cm.

Also available is the Acorn 6210MC but with the standard 850nm frequency infrared leds. Please note, the 940nm infrared frequency offers around 30% less beam strength but the leds do not give off the feint red glow of the 850nm version, this is often useful in security surveillance applications.

Buying directly from Amazon themselves (and not from other sellers listing on Amazon) guarantees you the 100% genuine Ltl Acorn camera, there are many clones on the market today that look similar but use inferior components.

If you buy from Amazon themselves you will also be given access to extra information and quick start guide web pages plus a direct customer support email contact from the main Ltl Acorn distributor in the UK – Pakatak Ltd. This is a free email support service offered by Pakatak Ltd to Amazon UK customers – please note however, your warranty is with your retailer.

Please note, the following rechargeable batteries are strongly recommended and work well with the Ltl Acorn cameras: Uniross, Energizer, Eneloop. For non rechargeable batteries Maplin own brand work very well.

Duracell batteries do not seem to work well with the Ltl Acorn cameras so please avoid them.

Box Contains

1 x Acorn 6210 Camera, 1 x Mounting Strap, 1 x USB Cable, 1 x TV Out Cable, 1 x Instruction Manual

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Martyn Moore on 16 Feb. 2014
I struggled to find many reviews of trail camera traps online and it took a while to narrow down my choice to this one, a Bushnell and a Spypoint. Because I am a professional film-maker, the video tech spec was important but I wasn't clear how much I would use it professionally, so I also had to consider the price.

At this price (I paid about £130, I think) it was a safe bet. And until I get an assignment that justifies another camera or better spec, it will be a fun past-time and a useful addition to my kit.

When the camera arrived I was delighted. It has the 'dark' infra-red, which was not in the spec of the camera as advertised, so that was a bonus. I thought I could manage without a built-in LCD but now realise its value when setting up the positioning.

The GSM module that will communicate with a mobile phone would be nice to have at some stage, but it's a luxury I can live without for now.

Daytime video is good quality but I do get a few empty clips where the animal has moved straight through the detection range without stopping. Black and white night-time clips are OK but the range of the IR light is a bit shorter than I'd like.

I tested the camera in my garden and got several visits of the fox between 2am and 4am. The camera is now out in some nearby woodland and I am experimenting with various types of bait/feed in the detection area.

I would recommend this camera trap to a hobbyist or first-time user and even expect to get pro-spec footage after a bit more familiarisation and the right kind of paying project.
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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Highland Lady on 30 Mar. 2013
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First; well built but do not follow the included instructions at all, just insert your batteries and ONLY set the camera up via its own built in menu that can be accessed when you open the bottom camera cover flap to reveal the setup screen and camera setup buttons. Take care with the battery cover; one cover has to be pressed down to release and pressed down to close and is a very tight fit. We fitted an optional extra 32 Gb SD card purchased separately; but you can use any size SD card upto 32Gb; dependant upon how long you want to shoot. You can take stills day and night or take stills and video both day and night; also take only videos; it's up to you dependant upon how you set the camera up only via its built in setup buttons; DO NOT FOLLOW SET UP INSTRUCTIONS IN THE MANUAL apart from how to install batteries; that's all.

Would I buy another one; yes indeed; excellent value; easy to set up if you follow my above instructions and it can be used in any weather. Small plastic pins are supplied; these just push into the rear of the camera to allow for more grip; I use a bit of hard sorbo or really any firm rubber as a backing about the same size as the camera's width and height to fit; say on a tree trunk and then press the camera onto it; the pins then stick in the rubber as the rubber contour fits the irregular surface of the tree and for me; also avoids damaging or scraping the back of the camers especially if the bark is large and risks touching the camera body. The rubber also acts like a contour gripping back that eliminates any wobbling of the camera; I use the provided heavy duty web strap around the tree; works well and will most probably buy at least another one soon.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A. Charlton on 7 Oct. 2014
I read all the reviews of this camera and decided this was the one for recording the animals that visit my garden at night.
I've had it in use for a week, and thus far, am not disappointed. I agree with other comments about set-up instructions. The enclosed manual is confusing and most of it is redundant (for this model). Using the camera's own set up menu is easy once you realize which buttons do what (though the buttons themselves are a little fiddly). The useful range of the IR is about 4 meters only, much less than the product details claim. The best videos I get are when the animals trigger the security lights (which then give a much more uniform illumination and don't actually scare the animals). Animals which approach (at night) nearer than about 1.5 meters are over-exposed and appear slightly out of focus. This is not a professional quality camera, but it is a lot of fun. It has been fascinating to find that the many times my security lights trigger at night are not due to the neighborhood cats as I thought (none at all filmed in the first week), but actually multiple nightly visits by the local foxes and badgers (sometimes both together). It's also interesting to see the range of food that each will eat. I didn't realize that both foxes and badgers will patiently scour the lawn to pick up scattered sunflower seeds and peanuts. They are also, though wary of human movement, not at all concerned by cars passing on the road. I download the clips via the USB onto my laptop... a not difficult or inconvenient process if you are simply using the camera in your garden. I use a simple clip strap to secure it to the stand of my bird-table from which it can be removed in seconds for security during the day.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Melanie Ragg on 22 Nov. 2012
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We love wildlife and our garden backs on to open fields so decided it would be great to see what 'goes on' when we are in bed.
This camera seemed to be exactly what we needed; very robust, waterproof and easy to use with plenty of features .

We have it set up on a tripod and the first day we had footage of fox and hedgehog, since then fox most nights, more hedgehog, badger and muntjac.

The camera, once set up can be left unattended for a period of time.We check the SD card weekly; it's always exciding downloading the night time shots on to the PC.
We have it set it to take stills and video and it also records sound which means we can hear the animals too!

I'd definately recommend this camera.
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