The AC800 captures industry-leading 26MP images. Easily zoom in to count antler points with these ultra-high-resolution photos. The high-resolution images are saved on a standard SD card.
The AC800 records in HD video (1280x720). Watch crisp, bright HD video of trophy bucks walking in front of the camera. Learn exactly where that buck is going and coming with video surveillance.
The AC800 has a blazing-fast 0.5-second trigger speed to capture animals on the move! No more blurry shots of a deer’s rear-end. With fast trigger speeds you’ll capture clear shots of bucks on the run during the rut.
Accurate, Brilliant Daytime Images
The AC800 captures brilliant daytime photos — no grainy, dull images here. Daytime photos are bright and depict true-to-life color from the field. You’ll think a wildlife photographer was taking the images instead of your Moultrie trail camera.
Crisp, Clear Night Images
Moultrie photos are some of the most clear and crisp trail camera photos in the industry. Thanks to the Illumi-Night Sensor, nighttime images are just as bright and clear as the daytime photos. With a 70-foot extended-flash range you’ll capture clear, crisp images at a distance, too.
Multiple Power Options
The AC800 operates on 8 AA batteries for an estimated 19,000 images per battery life. However, Moultrie offers a couple other power options to extend the camera’s battery life. The Camera Battery Box features a polymer housing with weather-tight seal. Inside is a rechargeable 12-volt battery that will greatly extend the camera’s life in the field. Another option is the Moultrie Game Camera PowerPanel. If the camera is in a location that gets lots of sunlight, this solar panel will convert solar energy into electricity to power the camera.
This trail camera offers several capture options. It will take 1 photo at a time in either low or high-resolution, 3 photos in either high or low-resolution, or you can set it to record video in low or high-resolution.
To cut down on redundant images, the camera has Detection Delay with settings from 0, 15 or 30 seconds and 1 or 5 minutes. In areas of high animal traffic, such as a feeder location, set the Detection Delay at 30 seconds to 1 minute to cut down on the number of images you receive of the same deer feeding.
This function gives you piece of mind knowing that your SD card will not fill up. Once the SD card fills up, Managed Memory will delete the oldest image on the card to free up space for a new image to be recorded. This process will continue to happen until Managed Memory is turned off.