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Location: Wales, UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,876 - Total Helpful Votes: 825 of 841
Acorn 5210A Wildlife Trail Camera, Covert 940nm In&hellip by Acorn
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
The first four times I used this camera I managed to film both a fox and a badger - wow! The camera uses both daylight and infra-red light at night. It can be set for still pictures of high quality, video sequences of up to a minute, or a combination of both - I find the video sequences most useful although the quality is not as good as the still picture.

I have not given five stars as I find that sometimes it captures multiple video sequences when there appears to be nothing there, or occasionally produces sequences of less than a minute. I also find the use of the camera on a tripod a bit awkward in that the tripod screw is on the base and access door of the camera, and you… Read more
Trouble at the Little Village School: A Little Vil&hellip by Gervase Phinn
5.0 out of 5 stars Heart-warming, 3 Sep 2013
This is one of a series - Gervaise Phinn is a remarkable observer and portrayer of rural north country life. Heartwarming, funny, realastic, observant - this is a series well worth reading and keeping for another re-read later. I have thoroughly enjoyed all his books so far - a must have author.
4.0 out of 5 stars Very solid unit., 4 Mar 2013
Very solid construction, designed to be fitted where the more normal 'swan neck' trailer balls will not fit. The only problem I had was that the screwed shank on the unit supplied was slightly bigger than the hole on my lawn mower chassis and I had to enlarge this before I could fit it. Otherwise, great!

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