Acorn 6210MC HD Wildlife Trail Camera, Standard Infrared
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- Motion Activated
- Completely Wireless
- Long Battery Life
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The Ltl Acorn 6210MC is one of the HD models of Ltl Acorns' ever popular range of wildlife trail cameras, it offers HD resolution video recording at 1080p & SD card capacity of 32G.
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 1080P HD video footage or photos in complete darkness (colour footage during the day) and will only do so when motion is detection as it has 3 built in motion sensors.
The camera holds 4 AA batteries as standard. However, you can insert another 8 batteries taking you up to 12 in total. It is then possible to get many months running time from the camera (dependent upon settings and how busy your subject area is of course).
Batteries are not included but battery choice is vital for the efficiency of your camera, do not use Duracell and do not choose any batteries with a capacity lower than 2500mA. We recommend Vapex Instant 2500mA Low Self Discharge Rechargeable AAs, they work very well with the Ltl Acorn cameras and are excellent value for money. We mention this brand and type of battery as they are the ones we use with the Ltl Acorn cameras every day and so can vouch for their compatibility. Do not use any battery with a capacity of less than 2400mA.
The Ltl Acorn 6210MC can also take 12MP photos. 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 Ltl Acorn 6210MC has password protection, 32G max. SD card storage, time & date stamping and even a time lapse feature that allows you to tell 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!
The Ltl Acorn 6210MC can be purchased with either the standard 850nm infrared array or the covert 940nm infrared array. The 850nm infrared offers a more powerful night vision beam and so the camera can see further in dark conditions but the 850nm infrared does have a dull red glow when the infrared is in operation. The 940nm infrared is not as powerful (about 30% shorter infrared beam) but does not have any red glow and so is often better for covert security surveillance. Please make sure you buy the correct infrared version for your application and check the product title to see which version you are buying.
When buying direct from Amazon you will also receive access to extra information from Pakatak Ltd (Pakatak are the main UK and European partner of Ltl Acorn) – this extra information includes quick start and set up guides in English, Spanish, French, German and Italian – as well as lots of other useful bits of information about the Ltl Acorn cameras.
Buying directly from Amazon instead of another seller listing on Amazon also guarantees you of receiving a genuine Ltl Acorn camera from current stock, there are many clones and fake cameras on the market claiming to be Ltl Acorn.
Also you can be sure of UK based after sales support and a UK location (Amazon UK) if for any reason you need to return the camera.
Requires at least 4 AA batteries and an SD card to operate – not supplied.
1 x Acorn 6210 Camera, 1 x Mounting Strap, 1 x USB Cable, 1 x TV Out Cable, 1 x Instruction Manual
Top customer reviews
Although completely soaked the inside seemed dry. If you do choose to add a security box to this camera it does make it very bulky and tricky to keep unlocking to remove SD card. Far easier to strap it to a tree directly if you believe it will be safe.
Having seen the performance of an earlier model, the 5210 I believe, I would recommend this one.
Cannot comment on delivery or packaging as "Father Christmas" bought it.
For the purpose I bought it for I can't fault it. Went for this model over the covert as I'm not really intending to use it for security purposes and this one was recommended as better quality images. Both the video and the still photos are excellent quality.
It is very easy to use and very simple to understand the menu.
Partial light and full light images are excellent and when transferred to pc, the images show details such as vehicle number plates at reasonable distances. Total dark images are reasonable and provide useful detail.
The camera has been used in rain and snow and to date the waterproof seals have been effective.
The camouflage is also very effective and the unit is difficult to pick out if placed against a suitable background.
The only downside is the fairly short activation distance (approx 10-12m). However the pros of the invisible ir lighting (the reason for the reduced activation distance) outweigh the cons in security monitoring situations.
All in all a very useful unit
The programming interface is pretty intuitive and easy, and downloading the usual USB connect-and-go affair.
The absolutely tiny push-button controls are just about acceptable for mild conditions, but you'd be in a real fix trying to program this unit in the cold; I would imagine you couldn't actually do it with chilled hands. The bottom hinged clasp for the LCD screen and buttons is also suspiciously weak-looking, and may fail under long-term use. There's no reason why it has to be so flimsy.
As with many Chinese products, this is a fundamentally good unit but does need a bit of tweaking to make it readily programmable in the cold.
I can't quite understand why there's a time-stamp mode, because the EXIF data has this anyway - without any programming and without sticking it all over the image!
But, if you're asking: is this any good at images and is it worth the money, the answer is a definite 'yes' to both.
Most recent customer reviews
no cosmetic damage, the item had never been used outside, probably never even...Read more
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I have many trail cameras so this was another addition to the fleet and was my second Acorn 6210.Read more