The Ltl Acorn 6511MG 4G Advanced Version is a 4G-ready trail camera with wireless image transfer capabilities, a maximum capture resolution of 12 megapixels, and many other impressive specifications. It is a great and reliable cellular camera, offering you the freedom of choosing your network provider, unlike the Spypoint cellular cameras that include preactivated o2 SIM.
This month we wanted to invite you to explore with us the LTL Acorn 6511MG Cellular Trail Camera.
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Cellular trail cameras operate just like an ordinary motion-activated camera, but with the additional function of being able to send images/videos and/or alerts to your mobile phone or email over a mobile phone network. The setup is very simple to do and can be done within minutes.Cellular Trail Cameras are great for viewing remotely, whether you are nearby or halfway around the world away.
The Ltl Acorn 6511MG 4G Advanced Version is a 4G-ready trail camera with wireless image transfer capabilities, a maximum capture resolution of 12 megapixels, and many other impressive specifications. It is a great and reliable cellular camera, offering you the freedom of choosing your network provider, unlike the Spypoint cellular cameras that include preactivated o2 SIM. As the third generation of the 6511 series, this camera delivers to the highest standards as you can expect by judging the previous model’s performance.
ABOUT THE BRAND:
Zhuhai Ltd Acorn Electronics Co. Ltd, founded in 2014, is a company specialising in developing, producing, and exporting digital trail cameras, based in Zhuhai, China. Their multipurpose cameras can be used for wildlife observation, security surveillance, research, and more. LTL Acorn products are available worldwide and favoured in many countries like the US, UK, Turkey, Japan, and Germany. LTL Acorn is known for its exceptionally efficient quality control teams, focused on material control and finished product control. According to LTL Acorn, 100% inspection is performed on each trail camera before sending it to customers.
LTL 6511 MG CELLULAR MODEL:
The LTL Acorn 6511 series comes as a family, offering 4 options - 6511MC a regular trail camera, its wide-angled version 6511WMC, and the cellular option, known as 6511MG, and wide-angled cellular 6511WMG.
The Ltl Acorn 6511MG 4G claims to be one of the most versatile and convenient trail cameras on the market, even in its most basic form as seen here.
A pair of PIR motion sensors are built into the Ltl Acorn 6511MG 4G not just to offer improved detection capabilities but also to ensure that there is a reduced likelihood of the camera being triggered accidentally without reason. That is thanks to the highly sensitive Pyroelectric Infrared Radial (PIR) sensors, allowing the camera to detect any sudden change of ambient temperature caused by moving animals. This means that you will not miss out on getting that perfect shot and will also avoid the hassle of having to go through photos of nothing in particular that were captured in error.
This trail camera can connect to 4G LTE networks, thanks to its combination of a SIM card and onboard antenna. This allows for photos to be transmitted wirelessly at high speed whenever they are captured, or at regular intervals of your choosing. There will, of course, need to be adequate network coverage in the area in which you intend to use the camera for this to be possible, but with the ever-widening availability of 4G, this should not be an issue for all but the most remote use cases.
I must mention again that the freedom of choosing any network SIm is a huge advantage here, as the coverage varies in different locations. What is also great is that remote alterations to the camera's settings can be achieved using SMS, which is a great way to interact with the Ltl Acorn 6511MG 4G even if you are miles away.
The 6511 series has achieved an IP66 rating, meaning that its housing is waterproof, while it also offers the ability to operate at temperatures as low as minus 45 degrees Celsius or as high as 75 degrees Celsius, which is a significant benefit.
The option with 42 no glow black LEDs of the flash array means that when the camera triggers after dark, it will give its subjects no clue that they are being snapped. This is useful both for preventing wildlife from being disturbed, as well as to ensure that the camera remains discreetly hidden away for surveillance purposes.
Motion detection is achieved through two passive infrared sensors, which operate in tandem to ensure that even small subjects are spotted at a distance. You can record video as well with each trigger, with a 1080p capture resolution available to those who love the clarity and detail that full HD brings to the table.
FOOTAGE VIEWING AND DATA TRANSFER:
With the USB C TYPE socket, you can plug in an external control box with A 2.4” TFT color LCD screen, easy to set parameters, preview and replay photos and videos. (included)
With a 4G LTE wireless transmission module, the uploading speed can reach up to 50Mbps.
There are many options for the captured footage files to be sent out. The captured files are sent to the phone, mailbox, or FTP by MMS, mail or FTP via the 4G wireless network.
SMS remote control supports changing the camera settings, triggering the camera remotely, and control other functions. Using the FTP uploading function, the camera can upload the file to the appointed FTP. When you decide to use this function, 6511MG will automatically take a picture or video and upload it as pre-set.
With the centralized sending function, when the set time is reached, the camera will send out all the photos or videos taken in the day at once. This can greatly save power consumption.
The camera comes with thorough step-by-step instructions, including all the options you might want to choose for sending your photos and videos. We also include developed in our HQ complete guide to Trail Cameras where you will find all about how trail cameras work and how to set them up in no time. You will also find useful tips and tricks and answers to all frequently asked questions.
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