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Ltl Acorn 5210 Starter Bundle

  • Everything you need to get started with your Ltl Acorn trail camera
  • Three motion sensors
  • 0.8 second trigger speed
Ltl Acorn 5210 Starter Bundle
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This is the Ltl Acorn 5210A Starter Bundle. It contains the Ltl Acorn 5210A Trail Camera, 8 x AA batteries and an 16GB SD card.

The Ltl Acorn 5210 is a portable infrared trail camera which records images (5MP with 12MP interpolation) and video (1920 x 1080) with audio directly onto an internal SD card (max 16GB). This trail camera has three built in motion sensors including two prep sensors designed to ensure you get optimum footage of your subject. The Acorn 5210 can be set to capture one, two or three images and one video per trigger. A time lapse feature is available allowing the user to program the camera to take a picture or capture video at set intervals. The camera holds four AA batteries as standard giving a running time of up to three months, this can be increased to up to six months by using the additional back pack which allows for eight AA batteries to be used.

The 24 LED array allows video footage and pictures to be captured in complete darkness. The 5210 is available with either red LEDs or blue LEDs. Red LEDs have a frequency of 850nm and have a range of approximately 19.8m; however they produce a faint red glow when in use. The blue LEDs have a frequency of 940nm and have a reduced range of approximately 10.7m but do not glow when in use. Infrared brightness adjustment helps to ensure that close-up images aren't bleached out. The 5210 is also available with a cellular module fitted which allows the camera to send pictures to a mobile phone or e-mail address, this model is fitted with 940nm LEDs.

* 12MP pictures, 1920 x 1080 video
* 0.8s trigger speed
* 1-3 images per capture
* Video length between 1 and 60 seconds
* Temperature range of -30°C to +70°C
* Up to three months battery life on four AA batteries, six months if using eight
* Password protection
* Time lapse function
* 2 x built-in timers to record only between set times of the day or night


Dimensions: 5210A - 14cm x 9cm x 6.5cm
Display: 6cm colour TFT
Operating temperature: -30°C to +70°C
Waterproof rating: IP54
SD card: up to 16GB
Power supply: 4 or 8 AA batteries
Stand by time: 3 months (4 x AA) to 6 months (8 x AA)
PIR range: Up to 20m (on normal sensitivity)
PIR sensitivity: High, normal, low or off
Image resolution: True 5MP sensor with 12MP interpolation
Video resolution: 1920 x 1080
Flash: 24 no glow LEDs
IR flash range: 850nm - red LEDs 19.8m / 940nm blue LEDS 10.7m
Trigger speed: 0.8s
Audio recording: Yes

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  • Everything you need to get started with your Ltl Acorn trail camera
  • Three motion sensors
  • 0.8 second trigger speed
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