2016 Covert MP8, 40 Invisible High Power IR LEDs, 8MP Black
Don’t be fooled by the size and cost of the MP8 Black Black. The MP8 Black is packed with all of the same great features as the original MP8. Only it now has 40 invisible flash LEDs and 8MP resolution. This provides an invisible flash camera to those of us who desire security and want invisible flash technology at a very affordable price. The MP8 Black comes in Mossy Oak Infinity, as well as Realtree this year!
This Covert Black trail camera has adjustable MP range of 3, 5 and 8 MP. This along with a trigger speed of .9 seconds and 1-10 Turbo Shot Burst. The Covert MP8 Black Scouting camera can use a up to a 32 GB SD card which makes it capable of storing thousands of photos before needing to change the SD card.
The MP8 Black has video capabilities also. You can chose from VGA(640X480) or QVGA(320X240). Covert MP8 Black can record video lengths of 5-60 seconds. Just remember that the longer the video the more storage need on the SD card.
To view your Photos and Videos you can view them in the field by using the 1” COLOR viewer built into the Covert MP8 Black Trail Camera or eject the SD card and take it to the comforts of your home or Camp and view it on any computer or tablet that is has SD capabilities.
The MP 8 has 40 invisible LEDs, along with the time lapse and start stop modes! The MP8 Black is the perfect little trail camera for those of us that are on a budget!
Dimensions: 5.1in x 4in x 2.9in
.9 trigger speed
1-10 turbo shot burst
Up to 32GB SD card
1” color viewer
40 Black infrared led’s
Time lapse capability
Time/date/temp/moon phase stamp
Pipe through security
Reinforced tripod mount
Operates on 4 or 8 AA batteries
Covert MP8 Black's can function short term on 4AA batteries. We suggest you use 8AA batteries to maximize camera performance and battery life.
Install the batteries by sliding the top battery in to the sleeve first, then depressing the spring with the other battery and snapping down in place. Pay attention to the (+) or (-) molded into each sleeve to determine if you insert the positive or negative end into the sleeve first. Negative battery terminal always contacts the spring