Cam­era traps are a sep­a­rate type of autonomous cam­eras for hunters and wildlife researchers. The cam­era is placed in the wild (on an ani­mal trail, near holes, near a for­est feed­er, etc.), and is trig­gered by a pho­to­sen­sor. Based on the analy­sis of the obtained pho­tographs, one can draw inter­est­ing con­clu­sions about the pop­u­la­tion and species of ani­mals, their habits, get unusu­al shots and have time to cap­ture the moment of appear­ance in the frame.

The Keen Ranger PT mod­el pro­vides not only autonomous oper­a­tion, but also access via an LTE / 4G con­nec­tion, includ­ing live broad­casts in 2K res­o­lu­tion. Autonomous pow­er is sup­plied from a solar bat­tery from the kit, as well as a built-in bat­tery. The PTZ dri­ve mech­a­nism allows you to select a 360-degree field of view, ensur­ing the search and con­trol of the entire space.

The appli­ca­tion allows you to con­nect to the cam­era from both a smart­phone and a tablet, rotate it ver­ti­cal­ly and hor­i­zon­tal­ly, save pic­tures and access the stor­age.

Such a cam­era can be used not only for hunt­ing, but also as a cam­era trap for vio­la­tors. There is a func­tion of alerts, includ­ing “anti-theft”. The Keen cam­era has built-in IR illu­mi­na­tion and night record­ing mode. Detailed per­for­mance char­ac­ter­is­tics can be viewed on the offi­cial Keen­cam­era web­site.

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