From my Boston Globe column this week, a hunting cam to mind those gun toting meth heads creeping onto your compound…
Strapped to a fencepost or to a tree, the half-pound OutbackCam might deter prowlers. But it is not a surveillance camera. It does not transmit live images back to your PC, for example.
But gun-toting mountain meth heads are only part of the region’s wildlife that Bob hopes to study.
The OutbackCam (about $150) should also help him understand the habits of the nocturnal creatures living on his property: It stamps each still frame with the date, time, and moon phase.