Wildlife monitoring unit

by | Feb 9, 2016 | Products | 0 comments

Hyndsight Vision Systems has launched The Journey 1 garden wildlife monitoring unit. The product is a lightweight, wire free camera that can be used to watch the fascinating range of birds, insects and wildlife that visit UK gardens.

According to the company: ?Hyndsight cameras can be mounted easily, no wiring is needed and a clear image with true depth of field is transmitted instantly, making this system perfect for watching the birds, insects and animals that visit your garden during the day.

?Supplied as a complete kit, the Journey 1 includes a wireless sunlight readable monitor, a wide angle camera with a non-fish-eyed view, two flush mounts, an antenna set and two chargers all in a protective case.?

The monitor will work up to 100 yards away from the camera, making the system suitable for use in most homes and gardens. Up to four cameras can be paired to the monitor, allowing you to position them in different vantage spots around your property.

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