Use our TV bird feeder camera to capture the sharpest images when wild birds are fighting over delicious bird feeds. Witness the ferocity of those amiable creatures.
Watch feasting birds remotely on your TV with the included HDMI box in crisp 700 TV line quality. Quick installation without complicated configuration, just plug-and-see.
Watching wild birds feeding on food trays can be an entertaining and relaxing pastime. It is an excellent present for all ages, educating the young and entertaining the older fellas. You can also use this feeder camera (registered design number: 6106499) to watch the relentless efforts of squirrels trying to outsmart your squirrel-proof bird feeder remotely on your TV after an easy HDMI connection.
Watch fantastic true-to-life images on your TV in the 700 TV line with our brilliant HDMI box after a simple plug-and-play installation. Completely waterproof with great flexibility on installation, it can be affixed on the feeder or attached to a metal pole to have a closer look at those lovely birds as they are crunching away on kernels.
Featuring a super-compact size, this feeder camera can easily fit in our specially designed bird feeder. It has a 3.6 mm wide-angle lens to display a wider field of view of 120° with a manually adjustable focus to capture more vivid details. This camera delivers color images in ultra-high resolution by day and crisp black and white images by night to guarantee 24/7 ongoing bird watching without spooking the feeding birds.
Hear delightful bird sounds with a sensitive built-in microphone to pick up every little sound. The HDMI box supports both audio and video transmission from the source camera. Beware that this TV bird feeder camera doesn’t support MicroSD card storage, but it’s recommended to use a DVR for local recording and regular playbacks.
+ How it works
1. Connect the HDMI box to the TV or HDMI monitors and power it up.
2. Connect the camera to the HDMI box with the included 3-in-one cable.
3. Install the camera into the bird box and watch high-definition 700 TVL videos on your TV.
- Color images in 700 TV line high definition
- Watch on TV or HDMI-compatible monitors
- Completely watertight for outdoor deployments
- 2.5mm wide-angle lens with an adjustable focus
- Invisible night vision for 24/7 viewing
- True-to-life bird songs with a built-in microphone
- Simple plug-and-play setup with HDMI box
+ What is included?
- 1. TV Bird Feeder Camera
- 2. Mono HDMI Box
- 3. 1.5M HDMI cable
- 4. Power Adaptors
- 5. Bracket and screws pack
- 6. 20M 3-in-one Cable
- 7. Video-audio-power splitter
- 8. Gift Box
Input voltage: +12 VDC 1A
Power consumption:6 W (max)
Sensor type: 1/3 inch Type CMOS Sensor
Sensor pixels: 1920*1080
Sensitivity: 0.0001 lx (IR off) 0 lx (IR on)
Effective Pixel : 1920*1080
3D DNR: Yes
Video Output: CVBS (640*480)
- Night vision
Distance: < 1 m LED: 4 LED high efficiency array, 940 nm
Lens type: 2.5 mm MP lens, Fixed Iris F1.4
Field of View: H: 120º
Lens mount: Board mounted
Day & Night: Auto ICR Switch
Audio input: Built-in mic
Operating temperature Camera: -20 ºC to 55 ºC
Storage temperature: -20 ºC to 70 ºC
Humidity: 10% to 80% relative humidity (non-condensing)
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