With just a few clicks on the viewer, you can change the dash cam setting, format the memory card or update the firmware is one of the smallest and most mature processors in the market, delivering high-end features and multiprocessing capability for energy-efficient performance.
It ensures that the H50 can carry out its main tasks and functions stably without interruption.
Yeah, trail cams are fun to use, but when utilized correctly they can dramatically increase your chances of taking a mature buck.
They are used by just about every serious hunter and deer manager I know and they’re probably the most important advancement in deer hunting equipment since the compound bow.
Now you can save the hassle of manually clearing memory space when using the THINKWARE Dash Cam F50.
The safest way is to use our video chat rooms to talk and watch the webcams first to be safe.
Walk back and forth in front of the camera at a variety of ranges (night and day) to see what sort of images they will produce. Targeting a little above your belt buckle is about right for moving deer. from target area • Set on a stout tree to prevent movement • Set about waist high • A solid dark background frames photos better • Avoid “limby” backdrops that obscure antlers • Clear brush near camera to avoid false trigger • Face cameras north if possible (to avoid sun glare) • Put a location identifier in the target area • Avoid areas where fog collects • Avoid setting up directly on stand sites, the cameras will alert deer • Check operation and target acquisition Taking Inventory Most hunters want to target mature bucks.
Setting Up Cameras Now you’re ready to actually set up the camera in the woods. And most mature buck hunters believe in scouting, especially if you can do your scouting without disturbing the woods. Virtually every shooter buck we’ve had on our property in the last 10 years has shown up on camera sometime or another.
First, you need to be totally familiar with their operation before going afield.
Play with them in your living room first, and then run them for a while in the backyard.