Reconyx are world leaders in digital field camera technology and, with the launch of the UltraFire series, they have once again raised the bar on trail camera performance. The XR6 UltraFire has two dedicated camera lenses for totally silent operation in the field. The XR6 will allow both wildlife managers and research scientists to covertly study and record animal behaviour in the field with more detail than ever before.
The XR6 has 1080P HD video at 30 frames per second, including 24bit Digitally Enhanced Stereo Audio with wind noise reduction. It has 3.4, 5 and 8 megapixel image resolution options and a 2.4” color TFT display enabling a much better user interface with camera programming options as well as allowing playback of images and videos with sound directly on the camera. Micro HDMI and USB output connections allow the user to playback images and video with sound directly to their High Definition televisions or transfer data to their computer. High sensitivity Image Sensors coupled with the latest generation Covert Infrared night vision Illuminators provide exceptionally clear night-time images, even at extended ranges of up to 25m (80ft). Two dedicated camera lenses, one specifically designed to provide rich daytime images and the other to provide clear night-time Infrared photography without having to use a noisy mechanical Infrared cut filter. No moving parts means more reliability and totally silent operation in the field. Made in the USA.
Save time, batteries and memory space with Dynamic Video™, exclusively on Reconyx™ UltraFire™ Cameras.
Struggling with trying to figure out what video length to set your camera at? Set it too short and the video may end just as things are getting good. Set it too long and you may end up having to sit through a video with nothing in it, just in case you might miss something. With Dynamic Video™, setting a static video length becomes a thing of the past!
Dynamic Video™ automatically pauses the video after 3 seconds of inactivity. The camera then waits for additional movement. If no further motion events occur after 27 seconds, the camera saves the video and re-arms itself. In essence, Dynamic video eliminates the “dead space” in most video sequences.
Dynamic Video™ not only saves time, it saves battery power and memory space by only recording video while motion is occurring. Once the subject leaves the field of view, the video stops.