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. Find out what it offers and learn about its quirks and features by reading on.
Photography & video capture
This is primarily a trail camera, so of course, it is important to check in on its specifications from a photography perspective. Both 12 megapixel still photos and 1080p video clips can be recorded by this unit and it is down to the user to adjust the settings to their liking and make sure it behaves as they want it to.
A pair of PIR motion sensors are built into the Ltl Acorn 6511MG 4G Basic, 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. This means that you will not miss out on getting that perfect shot and will also avoid the hassle of having to sift through photos of nothing in particular that were captured in error.
As we mentioned earlier, 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.
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 rechargeable battery of this trail camera is apparently able to keep it ticking over in standby mode for up to 3 years. This will clearly be reduced, depending on how regularly it is triggered, but it is good to see that Ltl Acorn is confident in its camera’s capabilities.
Also worth noting is the durability of this camera. It 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 clearly a significant benefit.
In short, this is a powerful, practical option for trail camera enthusiasts who want 4G connectivity in their next purchase.
The Ltl Acorn 6511MG 4G Basic Version is an LTE-enabled wireless trail camera which can take 12 megapixel photos, work invisibly after dark with its no-glow infrared LEDs, record full HD video clips and can be controlled via a compatible smartphone application on both iOS and Android devices from anywhere in the world.
Ltl Acorn 6511MG 4G Advanced
With a range of impressive abilities up its sleeves, the Ltl Acorn 6511MG 4G Advanced is a worthy addition to this manufacturer’s ever-growing line up of competitive trail cameras. To find out all about what it can do, read on!
Whether the sun is shining brightly or the stars are in the sky, the Ltl Acorn 6511MG 4G Advanced will be able to deliver brilliant results whenever it is triggered. It can be set to shoot stills at resolutions of up to 12 megapixels, although opting for lower pixel counts is commonplace amongst users because this will take up less memory space and also allow for faster wireless file transfers.
The 42 no glow black LEDs of the flash array mean that when it does trigger after dark, this trail camera 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 any humans are none the wiser as to its presence.
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.
This is a true 4G trail camera thanks to its antenna assembly and SIM card. Provided that there is a strong enough signal wherever you set it up, it can send files to a server and then let you access them remotely as and when you need to.
There has never been a better way to either control your trail camera or see what it has recorded than by using LTE networking and the Ltl Acorn 6511MG 4G Advanced is a great example as to how this can be achieved.
Coupled with a convenient app for Android and iOS, you will be in even more control of your trail camera when you select this model.
The fact that this model includes long-life lithium batteries and boasts a standby time of over three years in ideal conditions should give you some sense of the quality that Ltl Acorn is bringing to the table with this device.
Its rugged design, rated for IP66 waterproof performance as well as operation in freezing temperatures, will give you peace of mind when you set it up outdoors and leave it for weeks, months or even years.
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