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David Sparks Ph.d Cam Theft
by David Sparks Ph.d, click here for bio

Program: Sportsman's Spotlight
Date: November 08, 2017

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Over the past several weeks we have been talking with Sportsmen's Warehouse sales associate Jeris Hobert about the newest technology in trail cameras. We have learned that “Infrared" cameras allow you to take a picture at night without a giant flash. It gives a low glow pulse that throws out a projected picture…a pulse that reflects back and becomes the picture. The cameras can go frame by frame or take videos. We have also learned that you can monitor activity that is going on in let's say, Idaho Falls from, let's say your home in Post Falls. That's because some cameras are equipped with the ability to text you the information that you are looking for. With all of that as backdrop, knowing how extensive and expensive this kind of technology can be I had a question for Jeris. “I'm in the woods, I'm not an honest guy, how often do these things get stolen? Camera theft does exist. It depends on the person and on their ethics. A lot of times and honest sportsmen will go out, see the camera, and wave. But there are some things you can get like a box that holds them or a cable like ones that go around the bicycle.

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