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  • Wildlife Camera Trap
  • Ltl Acorn Superior Manufacture
  • 8G SD Card Supplied
  • Built in Infrared for Night Vision
  • Records Video & Takes Photos

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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 458 g
  • Item model number: 5210A
  • ASIN: B00JQ5JNJO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 13 Jun. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,117 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

Amazon UK are pleased to offer you the Ltl Acorn 5210A Wildlife Trail Camera Trap with the 940nm covert “no glow” infrared array and an 8G SD Card included.

The Acorn 5210A is a portable infrared trail camera, it offers long running time, VGA video resolution & 12MP photos (interpolated from 5MP).

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.

Thanks to the built in infrared, it can capture video footage & photos in complete darkness or daylight and will only do so when motion is detected as it also 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. However, this can be increased to up to 6 months using the additional four battery slots in the back of the camera.

The Acorn 5210A can take stills of 12MP (interpolated from 5MP) quality or record video at 640x480 resolution. Not only this but the Acorn 5210A Trail Camera also has the superb prep motion sensors. These prep sensors are in addition to the main central sensor and are designed so that the camera is triggered as movement is detected outside the actual lens view - this prepares 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 5210A has password protection, 16G max SD card storage (SD card not supplied), time & date stamping, timer recording (to allow you to set the camera to only activate between certain times of day or night) and even a timelapse feature that allows you to tell the camera to take a photo 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 5210A but with the standard 850nm infrared array. Please note, the 940nm infrared frequency offers around 30% less beam strength but does not give off the feint red glow (when in operation) that the standard 850nm version does.

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 5210A 940nm Camera
1 x Mounting Strap
1 x USB Cable
1 x TV Out Cable
1 x Instruction Manual
Quick Start Guide (if bought directly from Amazon)
Customer Support Contact (if bought directly from Amazon)
8G SD Card

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Vanessa Kelly on 15 Nov. 2013
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Just used this camera and it show excellent quality photos of three rats having fun in my garden.
Very easy to use, waterproof because it was raining last night and light with easy to attach mouldings on the back. I attached mine to a tree stump with two zip ties.
I was only using the one photo per minute but you can set to more or video which I havn't used yet. I have already ordered another one for my Dad. Excellent
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Victor Meldrew Mk2 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 13 Mar. 2014
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I purchased this item partly as a security camera and partly to photograph the local wildlife which come into our garden, which includes badgers, deer, foxes, feral cats and the like. It comes complete with a memory card, but I suggest budgetting another £15.00 for the 8 re-chargeable batteries you can fit, although 4 will suffice.

Set up is incredibly easy to achieve and it is ready to go in minutes of opening the box. I inserted 8 re-chargable batteries, which I feel should last for about 2 months or so in normal use. There are some excellent reviews here so I will not go into the technical details, but I can honestly say that it does produce some good images, it is hard to detect if you place it, as I have on a fence post, but it is here that I suggest a warning! I full intended to place some images to accompany this review, however, whilst there was some considerable activity in our garden, mainly the coming and going of legitimate human visitors, where I installed it I forgot that, when open, our house gates obscured the camera. So after a week, I have lots of pictures of half of the postman obscured by the gates, similar with other delivery drivers and the tooing and froing of our family. Similarly, if you are not careful you get an awful amount of solar flare, so it is a bit like going back to the basics of photography and you need to think of where the sun will shine from to prevent you images being spoiled by the sun; obvious really, but you tend not to think of this when installing the item on a cloudy day.

So what are the images like? Well from what I have seen so far, pretty good. The video quality is relatively poor, akin to what you would expect from a CCTV image; not sure what individuals expect, but the still images are pretty good.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas Jones on 7 Feb. 2014
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Quite easy to get up and running and quality of photos and videos is excellent when viewed on laptop. It really fooled us when we used it for the first time because it is so quiet that we didn't realise it was working, we got some really strange photos! The set-up instructions are easy to follow apart from the date, which isn't clear whether it is day or month to be entered first, easily changed though (you enter the month first).
We have used it in 1 shot + 10 second video which has produced excellent results. We have only used it indoors to record the cat activity at night in our house, the imaging in complete darkness is fantastic. It is stable enough to sit on a low shelf and sturdy enough to not be knocked over by inquisitive noses. We used ordinary batteries without using the additional battery box and so far, after 3 nights of recording for 8 hrs per night, the batteries are still showing 2 out of 3 bars. It is designed in such a way that there are lots of ways to fix it to furniture, outdoors etc, so we will be able to try various locations for viewing nighttime garden activity during the summer.
A good buy, would definitely recommend.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By BIGBOY on 12 Jan. 2014
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Can Be Easily hidden Needs 8 Good battery's Alkaline or High Rated rechargeable.
8 Gig Card Should Be sufficient.
Also waterproof good in poor weather.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Yvonne Wheatley on 28 April 2014
I guarantee the good reviews you read will have been made upon first getting the camera.

I read the bad reviews and took notice that customers had problems with parts breaking due to flimsy and tiny connections and so took extra care when handling the camera.

The pictures and videos are fantastic but the item only worked for a couple of months when the hinges on the flap holding the batteries broke, additionally access to the menu stopped.

Initially the company offered to send me a replacement flap to the batteries which I accepted but made the mistake of mentioning that if it did not rectify the problem I would have to send the camera back for investigation - consequently they have completely ignored me, and did not send the battery flap.

I spent £111 for an item which worked for a couple of months and did not use in bad weather and it is now a completely useless expensive item. DON'T MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE.

I will try and upload a copy of the photo I sent to the company showing what good condition the camera is in and how I had looked after it, also showing the tiny hinges and how one was broken. Good luck and I advise you buy a different item.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Duff on 17 Jan. 2015
I'm liking this LTL Acorn 5210a scouting camera a lot when it comes to keeping an eye on certain areas at home. It's easy to set up and operate, and it takes good pictures and videos in a number of conditions.

The main selling point on this camera is the motion-activated operation. The combination of the side and front sensors picks up motion in a wide angle range, and the side sensors trigger the camera to be prepped for the front sensor to trigger and fire. Provided the animal isn't running through the field of vision, it leads to good shots. If the animal *is* running, you may end up with an empty shot or just the hind end due to the triggering speed. In my experience, it was pretty good in catching the activity, though.

I liked how I could choose both still pictures and videos to be taken when triggered. For pictures, you can set it to take one, two, or three images, as well as how long to wait before another set is taken (anywhere from one second to 60 minutes). You can also set the length of the video that's taken when triggered (1 second to 60 seconds). Depending on the size of the SD card you have in the camera, this configurability should work out well. You can also set it in time-lapse mode to track changes in the field of view over a period of time. Very flexible.

The image/video quality was excellent. The low-light black and white worked very well, and the daylight color images were crisp. The 12 megapixel images work out well for this type of activity, and there was nothing to complain about here.

There were only two things I thought could have been better. The extra battery pack (to extend shooting time) has two clips that are fragile.
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