Never miss any action on your trail again. Scorpa™ trail cameras record in high definition, and capture photos and videos of your subject in both brilliant daylight and super night vision.
Never Miss Any Movement
With a 0.2-second trigger speed, 120° view angle, and 1080P HD video, Scopa trail cameras are up for any tracking task.
Long-range detection and infrared flash ensure your subjects are clearly visible in daylight or at night.
Built To Withstand Nature's Toughest Elements
Built to withstand, our weather-proof case protects it against dust, moisture, dirt, snow, and rain. No matter the challenge Scorpa™ can always be counted on.
Q: Will a trail camera pick up small animals? Rabbits and such?
A: Yes, with a 0.2s fast trigger speed and the "Sensitivity Motion Sensors" set to high sensitivity, will allow you to pick up small animals such as mice, squirrels, rabbits, young raccoons, or birds.
Q: How long do alkaline batteries last in trail cameras?
A: The Scorpa™ Trail Camera consumes very little power (less than 0.08 mA) in a stand-by (surveillance) state. This means it can deliver up to one year on stand-by. However, there are many variables that can affect a battery's life span, such as the ratio of the night to day photos, video modes(the longer the video, the faster the batteries drain).
Q: Does this take a standard sd card or does it need a mini card(TF card)?
A: It uses a Micro/mini sd card(TF card), 0.04 x 0.59 x 0.43 inches, supports up to 200GB.
Q: Do these have microphones to pick up the sound too?
A: Yes, you can pick up sounds as well. It can also be changed not to pick up sound in the "Audio Recording" menu.
Q: What is the length of the video clip?
A: Video length is optional between 3-60 seconds or 1-10 minutes.
Q: Does this camera accept solar panels?
A: Yes, an external 6V DC power source with at least 1.5A can be connected to the DC port at the bottom of the camera. The power connector is a 3.5x1.35 mm coaxial DC power plug with positive tip (inside pin) polarity. Leave internal batteries in the camera during use.
Q: Do the LEDs give off a visible glow to the naked eye? What type of flash is it?
A: Humans can see infrared light, but most animals cannot.
Q: Does it handle Arizona desert heat and cold weather temperatures where it snows?
A: Yes it works well in both cold and warm climates; the operating temperature range is: -4℉ to 140℉. With an IP66 waterproof and dustproof rating, the Scorpa™ can withstand the rigors of outdoor elements.
Q: What is the size of this camera?
A: The camera size is: 3.5inchx3inchx5inch. The weight of the camera is 0.68 pounds.
Q: What is the detection distance?
A: The detection distance is roughly 70ft.
Mode of Hunting Trail Camera: Camera/Video/Camera&Video Camera Display: 2.0 inch TFT Stand-by Battery Length: up 6 Months Date & Time: Yes Moon Display: Yes Battery Type: 8x AA batteries (Not Included) ISO Exposure of Hunting Trail Camera: Auto/100/200/400 Video Resolution of Hunting Trail Camera: 1080P/720P/VGA Image Resolution of Hunting Trail Camera: 24MP/20MP/16MP/12MP Memory: up to 32GB (Not Included) Image Sensor: 16 Mega Pixels Color CMOS Size: 135mm * 90mm * 76 mm/5.3 * 3.5 * 3 inch Interface: TV-out ; USB2.0; Micro SD Card Timer: Yes Temperature: Yes PIR Distance: 65ft/20 meters Motion Detection: Low/Medium/High PIR Interval: 1/5/10/30sec/min (default 1 sec) Language Available: En/FR/DE/ES/RU/DK/NL/PL/PT/SE/IT/FI/JP Illumination: 850nm