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Scout Guard SG-560V

Best Australian price guaranteed
Free SD card and shipping included

  • Discounts apply for bulk
  • Government departments may order on credit

Key features

  • Popular model
  • Supports large data cards
  • Robust design

Key applications

The SG-560V takes all the features of the SG-550V model, including the ability to view photos and the first frame of videos, and packages them in a new design with support for large data cards and a better flash. This popular camera is used in security applications, detecting illegal rubbish dumping and trespassing, as well as in fauna surveys (native and feral).

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Specifications

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Maximum photo resolution 5 megapixels
Maximum number of photos per trigger 3 photos per trigger
Maximum video resolution 640x480
Maximum video length 60 seconds star.png
Sound Recording No
Maximum data card size 8 GB
PIR motion sensitivity 50 feet
Flash range 50 feet
Number of flash LEDs
Flash type IR (red)
Flash disable No
Trigger time 1 second
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Maximum re-arm delay programmable 60 minutes
Password protection No
Batteries 4x AA or 8x AA
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Viewing screen size 1.5 inches
Viewing screen location On remote control
Video playback First frame only
Photo viewing Yes
Remote control Connected by cable
Mobile Network Capabilities No
Laser pointer No
Live preview No
Minimum time lapse Not available
Maximum time lapse Not available
Tripod socket No
TV Output Yes

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