The Wingscapes Birdcam is a digital camera that takes photos and videos of your birds while you're away. Easy to use, the birdcam operates just like any digital camera, and records content that can be viewed on a computer or TV. An educational tool that is wonderful for children, this weather-proof birdcam is a great way to learn what birds use your yard.
Here's a cool thing--I'm testing out a "BirdCam"--a great little weatherproof remote camera that can take photos with a motion detector sensor or via a remote control. I was staying with my mother-in-law the last few days, and so I set it up in her feeders. It does a really good job, and has some well-thought-out features. You can set the focus for how far the camera is from the birds you expect, and you can hang it up from a tree or secure it to a lot of feeders by using the bungee cords included. It took me no longer than 5
minutes from opening the box to getting it up and running, too!
If you like birds,...this is your camera. I've just barely scratched the surface of this equipment and I'm already enthralled. As I said, this is the best garden equipment of 2008. I'm a big fan.
The BirdCam is usable "out of the box." A few simple instructions written on the inside cover of the device will have you taking photos in minutes using the default settings...The laser aiming device is an excellent feature...the photo and video results are excellent...I feel that the technology and the quality of the results warrants the cost...the real appeal of this device is the thought of capturing something new in your yard or observing some interesting behavior...an excellent gift for any backyard bird lover. (Read the Full
Wingscapes created the most amazingly cool device for those of you who wonder what happens at your bird feeder all day. Seriously, this is the perfect holiday gift for any bird lover! It has the capability to catch photos by motion, by remote control or by time lapse. VERY COOL! And.... it is so easy to set up! Bonus!...Downloading the previous day's activities fromThe BirdCam is liking opening a little gift each day. Oh, the excitement! Who visited today? Who chased off who? We are playing with distance now and plan to use the video piece this week.