Re: Smart Camera Trap

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Subject: Re: Smart Camera Trap
From: "michael hunter" <>
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 09:18:01 +1100
              There are plenty of 24hour wildlife surveillance sites around,
why does the camera trap need a movement trigger instead of transmitting
continuously to a nearby remote video recorder ? Surely a compact seven or
more day power source (eg solar powered) and recorders with adequate disc
space are available to achieve this?
               I've often thought that such a setup would be just the thing
for Night-parrot searches at dam sites where they have been seen, eg in WA,
interesting that you have put something like that into action.


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