Re: Smart Camera Trap

To: michael hunter <>
Subject: Re: Smart Camera Trap
From: Andrew Taylor <>
Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 23:48:25 +1100
On Wed, Feb 21, 2007 at 09:18:01AM +1100, michael hunter wrote:
>               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?

Its intended to operate unattended for a year or more - continuous video
capture would fill many disks in that time.  I'm currently working on a
system that can be left unattended to capture every bird call for a period
of a year or more. 


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