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Thursday, 14 June 2012

Ltl Acorn 6210 case modifications update

Ltl Acorn 6210
I've just received notification from the manufacturers that they are despatching the test camera, with all the modifications and updates, to me tomorrow.

This should mean that if all goes well I will be able to start tests by the end of next week and the crucial water testing could be completed about ten days from now.

We would estimate that subject to satisfactory tests and the manufacturers stock levels, we may be able to start fulfilling back orders for this camera by around the 5th July 2012

5 comments:

  1. Appreciate your reviews on these cameras! Do you know where I'll be able to order / buy one of these modified cameras?

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    1. Hi

      Go to my 'Trail Camera Sales and Data' page and 'Click here to go to my Sales Page'

      I'm hoping we'll be able to start supplying the new camera around the 5th July subject to my satisfactory tests and the manufacturers supply capacity.

      Regards
      Ron

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  3. Hi Ron I have just bought a 216 led 940nm IR lamp to use with my LTL acorn 6210mm as the night shots are pretty poor. I tested it last night and it is great with the video but the photos where just black. When I look at the aria eluminated by the lamp through the lcd screen it is very clear and bright just like the video. so why isn't it showing up on the pics?

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    1. Not certain but if you haven't already done so, can you set the camera to take three images and a video. Then let me know what results you get.

      Regards
      Ron

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