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Old 16-03-2017, 11:32
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Hello, I'm a newbie - my sparkling new 2017 static caravan isn't due to be delivered until next month and I'm sure there will be loads of questions I will be posting here in the future. For starters, does anyone have a night vision wildlife camera attached to their van? The park I will be in is in a woodland setting and I thought it would be fun for both me and the grandkids to track the nightlife (all animals from foxes, to hedgehogs but not human nightlife - well, maybe!) If anyone can recommend a suitable camera, where to attach it (railings or the van itself), do I detach it when I'm not in residence) any tips would be most welcome. Failing that, I will try and decide from online reviews. Pleased to meet you all.

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Old 16-03-2017, 11:47
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Hello, I'm a newbie - my sparkling new 2017 static caravan isn't due to be delivered until next month and I'm sure there will be loads of questions I will be posting here in the future. For starters, does anyone have a night vision wildlife camera attached to their van? The park I will be in is in a woodland setting and I thought it would be fun for both me and the grandkids to track the nightlife (all animals from foxes, to hedgehogs but not human nightlife - well, maybe!) If anyone can recommend a suitable camera, where to attach it (railings or the van itself), do I detach it when I'm not in residence) any tips would be most welcome. Failing that, I will try and decide from online reviews. Pleased to meet you all.
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I have an old Sony cam corder I put on night shot .
There is a wood and bank of earth where badgers and squirrel are .
I use our outside storage box with the lid up for protection and face it on this area .
There is no chance of being accused of human nightlife recording ..lol
A bit basic but works for me
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Don't forget to buy a wide angle lens as well as the night vision facility.
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I have one of these to try and catch fly tippers on some of my land! Works a treat, also use it for wildlife obviously. Movement activated, batteries last days also!

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Old 17-03-2017, 11:19
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Thank you everybody - some good tips there x
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There is a wildlife surveillance camera on offer at Lidl next Monday.
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