Cuddeback Attack IR Trail Camera

Cuddeback Attack IR Trail Camera

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  • VIDEO PLUS™
    Attack IR takes high-quality 10, 20 or 30-second videos both day and night—plus you get a still image.
  • 1/4-SECOND TRIGGER SPEED
    At 1/4 second, Attack's Trigger Speed is fast enough to catch a deer running over 20 feet per second!
  • Centered Subject Technology
    Combines fast animal with fast trigger speed to assure you'll get more deer centered in the image!
  • Smart Color Image Technology
    Attack takes color images which feature Cuddeback's SmartColor Image Technology.
  • GENIUS MOUNT SYSTEM™
    It's never been easier to mount your Cuddeback.
  • NO CARD MODE
    Forget or lose your SD card? Attack will still take images.
  • FULL SEASON BATTERY LIFE™
    Attack can take over 10,000 images on a set of batteries!
  • GUARD DUTY™ TIME LAPSE MODE
    Guard Duty automatically takes a photo every 12 seconds during daylight hours so you can monitor a stand site or field for activity.
  • SUPER SIMPLE SETUP™
    A rotary knob, two buttons, and a switch operate everything!
  • USB DOWNLOADS
    Copy images on the spot from SD card to flash drive.
  • BEYOND MOON PHASE™
    Get precise moon and sun information with Trophy Room.
  • TEST MODE
    Make sure your Attack is properly aimed with Test Mode.

Until now, if you chose an infrared scouting camera to avoid "flashing" deer, you had to accept compromised image quality. Infrared images were not only black-and-white but they were low resolution and improperly exposed. The new Attack IR changes that! Attack IR takes 5 MP images both day and night. The IR images are stunningly clear. And, Attack IR uses 36 high-power IR LEDs for a true 50-foot flash range. The Rapid Pulse Illumination Technology™ minimizes IR LED glow by pulsing LEDs for just 1/4 second. Cuddeback's exclusive Correctly Exposed IR Technology assures IR images are correctly exposed regardless to how far the deer are from the camera.