Full-featured Game Camera
PH730S is equipped with an infrared sensor which offers 120° wide detection angle and improves the camera’s response time to 0.2-0.6s. It also offers optional function of storing data like moon phase, date and time, temperature (in °C/°F) for both photos and videos.

Time Lapse & Motion Detection
The time lapse function allows you to set the camera to capture picture or video clips at specified time intervals regardless of whether the motion sensor is triggered or not. You can also set time intervals for motion detection, the camera will only be triggered when activated by motion.

Automatic Night Vision
PH730S automatically switches between infrared and regular color pictures depending on whether it is day or night. 42pcs 850nm black low glow IR LEDs capture clear B/W images up to 65 feet/ 20m distance for photos and videos.

Product Specifications
Image Sensor: 1/2.5-Inch 5 Megapixel (2592*1944) CMOS Sensor
Photo Resolution: 12MP, 8MP, 5MP, 3MP, 1MP
Video Resolution: 1080P – 1920×1080@25fps; 720P – 1280×720@30fps; D1 – 720×480@30fps; VGA – 640x480P@30fps; QVGA – 320x240P@30fps
TFT LCD Display: 48 x 35.69mm
Video Length: 3 sec ~ 10 min; 5 sec (default), shorter than 20 sec is recommended
Trigger Time: 0.2 – 0.6 sec
Trigger Interval: 5 sec – 60 min (default 60 sec)
Night Vision Range: 20m/ 65ft (42 pcs IR LEDs)
Stand-by Time: Approx. 8 months
Camera Timer: 0 sec – 24 hours
Power Source: 4-8 AA Battery; DC: 6V/ 1.5A
Waterproof Rate: IP54
Storage: SD Card, up to 32GB (not included)
Time Switch: Supported
Password Protection: Supported
Authorized Certification: CE, ROHS, FCC
Support 11 Languages: English/ Espanol/ Portugues/ Chinese/ Japanese etc.

Package includes
1 x Game Camera
1 x Belt
1 x USB Cable
1 x AV Cable
1 x Tree Mount
3 x Screw
1 x User Manual
1 x Thank You Card

Product Features

  • 1 YEAR WARRANTY: All of our trail cameras come with 1 year manufacturer warranty without any additional charge to promote you a hassle-free purchase experience
  • HIGH TRIGGER SPEED: 0.2-0.6s high trigger speed; 120° wide detection angle; you are guarantee to never miss any of action. 12MP high quality full color resolution and 1920x1080P HD video (with audio); you can playback footage or browse photos with its internal screen
  • NIGHT VISION: 42pcs 850nm black low glow IR LEDs (won’t scare away the animals); long night vision range up to 65 feet/ 20m distance for photos and videos
  • RELIABLE PERFORMANCE & USER FRIENDLY: built-in 2.4″ TFT LCD display with 16M color; up to 8 months standby time (on 8 batteries, not included); up to 32GB external storage (not included); IP54 high waterproof certified, protect your hunting camera from raining, sand, dust or corrosion. Very easy to setup, you can use it right out of the box, default settings: 5 million pictures, 1 picture for multiple shots, shooting intervals of 1 min, 720P video
  • 2 MODES OF TIME LAPSE: supports Photo, Video and Photo + Video 3 modes; supports time lapse function and motion detection; capture picture/video at specified time intervals


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This article has 3 comments

  1. GardenGuy

    Nice Detailed Video And Easy To Set Up With Many Options! Nice Detailed Video And Easy To Set Up With Many Options!I was surprised at the video and audio quality of this trail camera so I decided to make a video review of it since I have had some pretty bad trail cameras in the past.First of all this is easy to figure out how to use even without instructions. But the instructions included are excellent and answer any question you may have and have color photos.I tested…

  2. Anonymous

    I have only had this for a couple days, and will probably come back and update this review, but this is a beginning review. This is my second trail cam. The one I bought from a different manufacturer in 2016 works well, but the video wasn’t as clear as I hoped. Also, as with most camera pictures, it makes an area look much larger than it really is. The Enkeeo doesn’t do this, so installing it on a post close to my chicken coop didn’t work well, for…

  3. Anonymous

    Works well for the most part…..however, Right now I’m trying to capture rats being trapped and last night the video ended and the next one started with two traps both having been tripped/snapped but not on video. So, it seems like it doesn’t always start when there’s motion. (See the end of the attached video and the photo).Also…If there’s motion, and your prescribed video length gets met (Say…2 mins) it ends….and then if…

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