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Spypoint Force Camera Driver
So the fastest option is likely Spypoint Force Camera give huge numbers of photos per trigger while the next option, in my opinion, gives too few. Then there is a problem, again in my opinion, with multishot. Choice is from one to six photos per trigger event.
I want more than one photo so multishot is useless to me. So, the provided options are little help for my situation.
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Once shooting, the possible two photos every second while an animal is moving in the zone is likely to result in huge numbers of photos but the alternative is to have way too few. At least Spypoint Force Camera SD cards hold mountains of pictures. Not what I expected. Could not believe it to start with.
Once the Spypoint Force 11D started shooting, it was faster. The time it took the Spypoint Force 11D to take a series of photos was fast but like all cameras, the speed varied.
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For example it took one series of 64 photos in 40 seconds 1 photo per 0. Impressive speed once it started going. Just many times not quick off the blocks.
Angled across a trail. For example, Spypoint Force Camera night, the G45NG beside the 11D had already captured 2 separate animal events and was on its 3rd event second photo before the 11D triggered for its first photo of the night.
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The Spypoint was often very slow to start, certainly not the superfast 0. This was the first in a series of three pigs coming down the track one behind the other. From the pace of the other pigs, I estimate the first pig was in the camera trigger zone for at least several seconds before the camera fired its first photo. Spypoint Force Camera lopped off in the first photo.
Stealth Cam beside it had already taken photos of possum movements that the Spypoint missed and had also triggered with this event prior to the Spypoint doing this photo. Spypoint Force Camera concerned me the Spypoint was missing events.
Next three photos are at one second intervals which is nice and quick. Three seconds later the first pig is not yet totally Spypoint Force Camera the picture indicating it was slow moving and that it may Spypoint Force Camera been in the trigger zone of the camera for about that length of time before the camera first fired.
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Extremely slow initial response. Pig has just entered from left. Much better trigger time.
Four follow up photos take five seconds so a nice series but not at the rate I expected of two photos per second given the recovery time Spypoint Force Camera 0. However I am happy with the speed.
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You can see in the photos that daytime colour has a greenish cast and Spypoint Force Camera sharpness is a little grainy. Exposure of daytime photos has been very good.
There is some underexposure of animals to the side, especially the pig series above. However, overall, the animals are quite clear, better than some more expensive cameras I have used. And both day and night photos can take a Spypoint Force Camera magnification and still look okay. Couple of other points. Temperature in infoline on photos is too low by about 6 degrees Grrr!