Video quality: In many situations the videos are very good and sharp. In bright sun the camera overexposes slightly. The video during the night uses infrared videos (black and white), it is more grainy and less sharp however often captures very interesting videos. I am including video clips taken during the day and during the night.
The camera has good motion sensor and is activated only when something interesting is happening, so every video it captures has something good on it. The default setting was not as sensitive as I wanted (it missed some videos captured by another motion camera that was used to compare the effectiveness of this camera), but the settings can be changed. The camera can be mounted in a number different (strap to attach to a tree or a tripod mount). I am using a tripod.
The user interface is menu driven and is very intuitive, I show it in the attached video to give you a better idea of how it feels to use it.
The camera runs on eight AA batteries (not included). The battery life is pretty good. After running for a week taking hundreds of videos every day the camera's battery indicator shows that it is half full. The camera include a 32G micro SD card, the card was in a little plastic bag with cables. The camera produces AVI and JPG output.
This camera case is robust. The tripod with the camera has been knocked down by animals several times, and the camera still running, no problems. The case is waterproof and has been out in several rain storms without any problems. The case is 5.25" tall x 3.25" wide x 1.75" thick.
Overall, or its price range it is quite good. I love being able to have a glimpse into the life of our wild life visitors.
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Ali Julia review ★★★★☆