Primos Ultra 35 red flash digital camera Test
camera appears the same as the camera we have tested in previous
years. As this is a popular mini-camera we will run it
through the paces for reference. One of the most
noticeable differences this year is the change from a round pir
sensor to the rectangular wide angle lens. You will probably
still want to peal off that sticker on the front.
camera runs on 8 AA batteries and settings are changed
using the switches which means quick and easy setup in the
field. The python through design provides better than
average security without a lock box.
sensing tests revealed detection to 50 feet at 38 degrees.
The IR filter switches twice per day and makes a small click.
Theoretically this will occur twice a day rather than on every
The day and night range tests appear to have
a moderate level of fuzziness.
08-18-2013 update: We have completed
the battery life testing on this little camera. The camera took
a total of 13,454 photos and 62 video clips. The camera
operated over a period of 6 months and we feel this is a
respectable battery life. This shows an improvement over
previous years. This review is complete.