Buckeye Cam Apollo
BuckEye Cam Apollo High Resolution Camera
– From the makers of the first Long Range Wireless Camera comes the
Apollo model. BuckEye Cam has taken all their industry leading
features from their wireless series and put them in their newest
standard trail camera series. BuckEye Cam is top of the line when it
comes to Trail Cameras.
the Apollo works:
The pictures are stored on a standard SD card inside the camera. The
software for changing the camera settings is also stored on the SD card.
The software can be accessed through a computer, or a hand-held
“Palm-Pilot” type of device.
The Apollo is upgradeable to the ORION wireless version. The ORION
version transmits the pictures wirelessly 2 miles to a base
station...Even further with the high gain antenna. This means you don't
have to visit the camera site(s) to get your pictures! You can even
e-mail the pictures anywhere or have them copied to a web page!
the Apollo features are:
photos during the day
Infrared photos at night - invisible flash - won't spook wildlife or
2 separate image sensors to achieve color photos during the day and
infrared at night (actually 2 cameras in one).
4 user adjustable
0.3 Meg (640 x 480)
0.8 Meg (1024 x
1.3 Meg (1360 x
Meg (2048 x 1536)
Modes! Takes Video! Color during the day time and Infrared at night!
1500+ images can be stored at 0.3 Megapixel resolution with a
standard 64MB SD memory card. Up to 20,000 images can be stored on a
standard 1GB SD memory card.
Extremely low power consumption – you can expect to get anywhere
from 3000 pictures at 3.1Mpixel resolution up to 30,000 pictures at
Rechargeable Battery and Charger Included
Camera has external
waterproof ports built in for optional solar panel and Battery Bank
Mounting Hardware Included
Completely silent - no motors, drives, etc.
Picture stamp options
Four custom text fields
only during the Day, Night or Day and Night (both)
Adjustable Picture Quality
Scheduling – Schedule times for each camera to be active.
Lapse – Schedule specific times for each camera to take pictures.
trigger delay between pictures: