Trigger response

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  • John Lockburner

    What camera model? Is burst mode on? Changing the sensitivity probably won't help you at all. The trigger should be less than a second depending on the model that you have. You may need to change your setup, can you post some pictures from the camera?

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  • Hogman18

    I have a GC USCB/GOCAM Blackout

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  • Elizabeth Swoope

    The problem there is that the camera is too close to the road. The vehicle isn’t within the frame long enough to be caught. Remember that these cameras are designed to catch animals, not moving vehicles. (BTW, the guy in this truck knows all about our cameras, he messaged me before he got there to let me know he was in the area. He likes the cameras because people in the area know about them and it cuts way down on the traffic back there.)



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  • John Lockburner

    Liz is 100% correct about needing to back that camera up from the road, it's way too close. If terrain allows it I would also suggest to lower it down some. At that height critters walking on the road will be below most of the cameras field of view but could still trigger the camera. You also need to change the batteries, P3 showing on the picture so they are getting low. Are you running the camera in burst mode or single picture?

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