Product Review of Spypoint’s Tiny W 2 Trail Camera

 Spypoint’s  newest cutting edge for today’s hunters, get the shot and make the shot.

The TINY-W2 surveillance camera has quite unique features. Its wireless backup system allows the user to retrieve a remote copy of each photo taken by the camera. Based on the compact design of the TINY series camera, it has a 2.4″ viewing screen and three motion sensors. Its many features makes the TINY-W2 one of the most complete cameras among Spypoint products.

 

Spypoint Tiny W2 Specs:

  • 8.0 Megapixel picture quality
  • High, medium or low wireless photo transmission
  • 250 ft wireless range to the receiver (5x improved)
  • Built-in 2,4″ viewing screen
  • 3 sensors for a total of 7 zone detection range
  • Tiny size (4,7″ x 3,5″ x 2,7″)
  • Sliding mount for easier handling
  • 38 infrared LEDs for night time illumination
  • Automatic infrared level adjustment
  • Video recording from 10 to 90 sec. (640×480)
  • Color pictures by day, black and white by night
  • Adjustable period of operation
  • Time-Lapse mode
  • Multi-shot mode up to 6 pictures per detection
  • Instant trigger time in electricity mode1
  • Date, time, moon phase and temperature stamp on pictures
  • Camera requires an SD/SDHC card up to 32 GB,
    the receiver requires 8 GB (not included)
  • USB and TV port (NTSC/PAL)
  • Adjustable distance detection sensor (5 to 50 ft)
  • Camera requires 6 alkaline AA batteries (not included)
  • Camera can be powered by a rechargeable lithium battery pack
    (not included) and maintain it’s charge by a solar panel
  • 12 volt or Solar panel / External trigger jacks
  • Receiver requires 6 alkaline AA batteries (not included)
  • User friendly menu
  • Kit includes: TINY-W2 camera, blackbox (receiver),
    installation strap, USB and video cables, user manual.

Get more deer photos this season, leave no scent or make any noise that may spook deer.

Maximum safety with the Blackbox

The distance of transmission between the TINY-W2 camera and the Blackbox receiver now extends to a wireless range of 250 feet. It is therefore possible to retrieve your photos while staying away from the monitored area. If stolen, this system of wireless backup can be very effective.

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