Primos Truthcam Ultra 46/February 17, 2013
- 7 Megapixel
- IR Red Flash 46 leds
- Photo and Video
- Time Lapse
- Time Lapse + Photo
- Delay 5s – 30M
- Video duration from 10s – 60s
|Model||TruthCam Ultra 46|
|Flash Type||IR Red Flash|
|Battery Type||8 x AA|
|Flash Range||60+ feet|
|Trigger Time without Flash||1.14s|
|Trigger Time with Flash||1.33s|
|Video Trigger Time||2.45s|
|Day Range||average quality with natural color|
|Battery Life||5754 photos and 130 videos over 18 weeks|
|Filter Clunk||Yes - twice a day (quiet)|
|Sensing Test||50 feet at 38 deg F|
This 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.
The 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.
The 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 photo.
The day and night range tests appear considerably better than the Ultra 35 model this year.