Leaf River DV-7SS Game Camera

Leaf River DV-7SS Game Camera

Leaf River DV - 7SS Game Camera
Leaf River DV - 7SS Game Camera
Leaf River Outdoor Products
Leaf River Outdoor Products

Taylorsville, MS – -(AmmoLand.com)- Game cameras are extremely valuable tools for scouting. In fact, a good camera can help you track down the buck of a lifetime.

If you want to put that dream buck in your sights this fall, then consider Leaf River’s DV-7SS.

Featuring 7.0 megapixel picture quality, Leaf River’s DV-7SS is not your average game camera. With a built-in 2.4″ viewing screen, improved trigger speed and MPEG -4 daytime video with 640 x 480 resolution at 30 frames per second, the DV – 7 SS lives up to Leaf River’s reputation for building some of the best scouting cameras on the market.

The DV – 7SS includes an SD card slot for removable memory, or you can use internal memory, and it will accept up to a 2GB SD card. The internal viewing screen features a zoom and pan feature, and the unit can be programmed to pause from 1 to 90 minutes between pictures. By using the Quick Shot mode, you can capture an even quicker 2nd and 3rd picture if additional motion is detected, such as a buck following a doe down the trail.


  • Mossy Oak Treestand ® camouflage
  • USB cable
  • RCA cable
  • Steel mounting bracket
  • Steel security bar and mounting strap
  • Requires 4 D-cell and 3 C-cell batteries (NOT INCLUDED).

Leaf River spends months upon months developing each product and studying what you, the customer, want and require from a product. Even more time goes into field-testing to make sure that each application performs as designed. Leaf River cherishes its partnership with its customers and looks forward to assisting them in experiencing God’s great creation.

For more info, check out www.myleafriver.com.

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mary glick

IR-7ss camera was dropped and longer function. I would like it repaired I would like to find out the cost of the repairs and would it be worth it.I have been trying to contact u by phone but do not have a number directly to a person that could answer my questions directly. Could u please E-mail Gary Redden through marys computer. Thank u for your assistance in this matter.