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The Best Bird Watch Camera

Updated on September 15, 2014

Brinno Bird Watch Camera

The best birdwatchcam on the market has got to be the Brinno BirdWatchCam, so easy to use, a low cost product, no fancy set-up, no wires, fully portable, weather resistant and motion activated.

Bird lovers will go crazy for this little guy, capture all those precious moments that is hard to come by, especially with those little hummingbirds. So simple to mount, pick your target, position the camera and let the best birdwatchcam do it's stuff.

Images for Brinno products throughout this lens credited to: Amazon & Brinno

What is a BirdWatchCam?

This is a low cost, simple to use, weather resistant motion activated camera. It's easy to mount and target your bird feeder, birdbath or anywhere else you desire.

It is designed to capture the motion of bird's entering the camera's field of view. When activated, it wakes up for 20 seconds to take an average of 20 high quality, timed stamped pictures. After taking the photos it goes back to sleep until another bird activates it again.

The BirdWatchCam has a unique feature that makes it go to sleep at night. It's motion senor shuts off when the sun goes down and won't take photos until the sun activates the motion sensor again at sunrise.

The pictures are stored in the 2GB SD Card which is included with the camera. Pictures can be viewed by using the software which is included for Windows PC or by any other windows imaging application.

The BirdWatchCam universal mounting system is designed to allow quick and easy mounting to trees, walls, posts, windows, almost anywhere, making it perfect for your backyard or any remote locations.

A word of caution, and from experience, if it's windy and you have trees in the line of sight, your camera shall activate so ensure you pay attention to the positioning.

Brinno Cam Motion-Activated Camera BirdWatch

Brinno Bird Watch Cam - BWC
Brinno Bird Watch Cam - BWC

This is a great all weather resistant bird cam, has automatic dark function, works with windows or Mac, very easy to set up and a very nice price.

A nice low cost and simple to use bird camera, can be used in all kinds of weather and set-up almost anywhere the birds visit, mine is right next to my hummingbird feeder, stuck on my patio door and gives great results. It's motion activated so battery life is very good. There are no wires, no screws to worry about and can be attached to walls, windows and trees, takes about 20 photos per 20 seconds of activation time and all are date stamped and saved in JPEG format.

 

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The Best Bird Watch Camera

BirdWatchCam Features - The Best Bird Watch Camera!

One Touch Laser targeting System;Motion Activation System targets a 9" x 12"sensing area;Three distance settings, 1.5 meters, 2 meters and 3 meters;Takes an average of 20 photos per 20 second activation;High Quality Zoomed Lens;High Quality Weather Resistant Camera;2GB SD Card included in package;Auto Darkness Sensor forces camera into sleep mode at night;4 AA batteries (included in package);NO Wires;Windows Compatible Photo files;Brinno " Easy Photo " application included;Small Size and Light Weight;Single Button Operation;Mega Pixel Photos;Multiple Mounting Options with Universal Mounting Adapter;Attractive yet Functional Design;Auto Distance System for ease of locating;Time and Date Stamped JPEG Photos

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    • Bill Armstrong profile imageAUTHOR

      Bill Armstrong 

      4 years ago from Valencia, California

      @TanoCalvenoa: Yup that's true, not just for birds, I actually captured my pet parrot indoors playing, could have been a cat or dog but I have a parrot ;) thanks for visit

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      TanoCalvenoa 

      4 years ago

      I was thinking this could be used to capture photos of other animals as well. Would be fun to use.

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      Peggy Hazelwood 

      6 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      This would be great to have and watch those birdies!

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      Cynthia Sylvestermouse 

      6 years ago from United States

      Oooooh, this is awesome and a must have!

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      Lisa Morris 

      6 years ago

      These bird watching cameras will be great for watching those birds. Blessings.

    • GramaBarb profile image

      GramaBarb 

      6 years ago from Vancouver

      Already on my wishlist :)

    • kimbesa2 profile image

      kimbesa 

      6 years ago from USA

      That is exactly what we need around here. Watch birds, and figure out which critters are raiding the bird feeders!

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      kranjchko lm 

      6 years ago

      I love bird and I would like to have one of this bird cameras. Nice lens !

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