Trail Cameras

Handheld Nightvision
Handheld Nightvision
Thermal Imagers
Thermal Imagers
Thermal is the best way to watch wildlife at anytime of the day. allowing you to see deer, badgers or rabbits in complete darkness meaning you can observe like never before. Seeing the wildlife behave in a way you couldn't imagine
Spypoint Force 12 Wildlife Camera Trap
Spypoint Force 12 Wildlife Camera Trap
The new Spypoint Force 12 is the flagship model in the 2015 wildlife camera range, featuring state of the art detection along with a zero second delay between image triggers, covert IR and market leading image quality.... full article
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Thermal Imagers: The New Way To Watch Wildlife
Thermal Imagers: The New Way To Watch Wildlife
Observing and detecting wildlife day or night with infrared night vision or wildlife cameras is excellent. But with technology moving forward and developing at a fast pace, handheld thermal imagers are not the new way to keep track of wildlife. Whether it's at home in your garden, on land or in the outdoors, thermal imagers provide an eye opening experience.... full article
New Pulsar XDS Series Thermal Imagers arrive in UK
New Pulsar XDS Series Thermal Imagers arrive in UK
Thermal imaging has become common place for wildlife observation and is now no longer the privilege of Springwatch, and Countryfile as hand held thermal imagers are now available at reasonable pricing, and in the case of the new Pulsar XDS Quantum, in a superb specification also. ... full article
May the Force Be With You - Introducing the new Spypoint Force Series.
May the Force Be With You - Introducing the new Spypoint Force Series.
The new range of wildlife camera traps from Spypoint have arrived, featuring the latest innovations in trail cam technology including super fast trigger times, zero second delay between triggers, mobile data transfer and multiple sensor zones, to provide the ultimate resource whether you are monitoring a wildlife site, or capturing evidence of trespassing, or fly tipping etc... full article
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