Stealth Cam GXW – The Perfect Birding Camera

Wireless Image Transmission to Mobile Devices

Stealth Cam GXW – The Perfect Birding Camera
Stealth Cam GXW – The Perfect Birding Camera
Stealth Cam
Stealth Cam

Grand Prairie, TX -(AmmoLand.com)- Stealth Cam, introduced in the year 2000, quickly became the leader in scouting camera innovation.

Continuing to advance technology to the next level, Stealth Cam introduces the next generation of feature-packed scouting cameras for 2015, the GXW. This 12.0 Megapixel- 3 resolutions; 12.0mp, 8.0mp, 4.0mp, integrates 45 ‘BLACK’ IR emitters with a 100-foot range making it a great tool for bird enthusiasts to view otherwise virtually impossible images through their mobile devices.

Taking advantage of today’s technology and the outdoor enthusiast’s busy schedule, Stealth Cam’s GXW provides real time updates using wireless technology. The GXW transmits images or video clips straight to the users mobile device via the free Stealth Cam Remote app that enables catching all kinds of birds in action without the birds feeling the pressure of a human presence. The Remote app delivers a highly functional user interface with complete control of camera and wireless settings from the palm of your hand, also allowing the user to create & manage multiple image galleries as well as instant sharing via text, email or social media. Stealth Cam’s GXW now supplies another patterning tool for wildlife enthusiasts to help manage their property using modern technology.

The GXW records 1080P HD videos with audio, making it a great tool to identify all the specific sounds that different species make. A conveniently placed 2.0” color LCD display screen allows an eager user to review photos on location. Operating the menu program system is simple with the intuitive backlit display. The Reflex trigger speed of 0.4 seconds insures you never miss those birds flying by. With an advanced image processor, Matrix advanced Blur Reduction, and Retina Low light sensitivity dynamically enhances the bird’s camera image and video quality.

These features provide maximum exposure while covering multiple zones of angle and distance. This scouting camera sets the standards and beyond in the industry with the GEO-Tag GPS tagging system that allows landowners to manage the cameras and animals with ease by pinpointing location and tracking favorite sites. This camera has a free downloadable app that is iPhone and Android compatible.

GXW Features:

Stealth Cam: GXW Camera
Stealth Cam: GXW Camera
  • 12.0 Megapixel (3 resolutions) 12mp/ 8mp/ 4mp
  • 1080P HD Video recording H.264 Compression
  • Time Lapse with PIR Override
  • Transmission Resolution- High 640×360 Low 320×180 Video 320X180 (H264)
  • Built in 2.0” color LCD viewing screen
  • Reflex Trigger – 0.4 seconds
  • 45 “Black” IR Emitters/ 100 ft. range
  • Intuitive backlit menu programming
  • Advanced Image Processing
  • Matrix Advanced Blur Reduction
  • Retina Low Light sensitivity
  • 16:9 Wide Image Ratio
  • Quick Set Pre-programmed option
  • Burst Mode 1-9 images per triggering
  • 5-59 second / 1-59 minute recovery time out
  • Time/ Date/ Moon Phase/ Temperature/ Name Stamp
  • GEO-TAG GPS Tagging
  • Active Time Setting
  • Multi Lingual (English/ French/ German/ Spanish)
  • Present time & date (CST)
  • Manual shot capability
  • Secure Lock password protection
  • SF Card slot up to 64GB
  • SIM Card slot for wireless data card (sold separately)
  • Test Mode
  • Video & USB output
  • Operates on 12 AA Batteries
  • External power jack for 12V battery box
  • MSRP: $499.99

About Stealth Cam, LLC:

Founded in 2000, Stealth Cam, LLC offers a variety of digital scouting/surveillance and specialty cameras, along with a variety of accessories to enhance output of these products. For more information, contact: Stealth Cam, LLC, 3385 Roy Orr Blvd. Grand Prairie, TX 75050, Phone: 877-269-8490, http://www.gsmoutdoors.com/stealth-cam or email [email protected] Stealth Cam is a division of GSM Outdoors.

Learn more about their brands at www.gsmoutdoors.com.

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