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Num’axes 4G 24MP No Glow Trail Camera – PIE1051


  • Video resolution up to FULL HD 1080P
  • Photo resolution up to 24 MP
  • Free mobile app (Android/iOS)
  • Works with 2G, 3G and 4G networks
  • Wide detection angle (PIR): 100 degrees
  • Wide field of view: 100 degrees
  • 2-year warranty
  • Weather resistant (IP66)
  • Trigger speed: between 0.5 seconds
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With the PIE1051 trail camera, you will receive the photos or videos captured (photos by MMS or Email, videos by Email).
A GPS antenna allows you to see geolocation information on the photos taken.
When you insert the SIM card, the camera will automatically detect the mobile operator and setup the corresponding sending parameters (2G, 3G and 4G compatible).
Thanks to the 4G network, the photo and video transmission is faster and the power consumption lower.
The PIE1051 trail camera can be setup and activated remotely thanks to a free mobile app available for Android and iOS.
Wide detection angle: 100°
Wide field of view: 100°

PIE1051 Trail Camera Features

  • Field of view: 100°
  • PIR sensor (motion sensor):
    • Detection angle: 100°
    • Detection distance: up to 60 feet (20 meters)
    • Adjustable sensitivity: low | medium | high
  • Infrared flash:
    • Invisible black LEDS
    • Renge: up to 60 feet (20 meters)
    • You can turn off part of the LEDS :
      • allows you to avoid overexposed night photos/videos
      • useful if you plan to place the camera at very close range to the subject you want to photograph or film.
    • Automatic IR Flash (activated according to brightness)
  • Send pictures by MMS or email depending on the SIM card and operating settings (works in 2G, 3G and 4G)
  • Capture modes:
    • Still images
    • Videos with audio recording: programmable length from 5 to 59 seconds
    • Still images + videos with audio recording: a still photo and a video clip are both captured for each trigger
  • Image resolution: 8 MP | 12 MP | 24 MP
  • Video resolution: WVGA | HD 720P | Full HD 1080P
  • Adjustable night mode :
    • Maximum range: this setting offers a longer exposure time to extend the infrared flash range for better night vision (lower quality images)
    • Minimum blur: this setting offers a shorter exposure time to minimize motion blur for a better image quality (shortened infrared flash range)
    • Balanced: this setting offers a combination of the above 2 options
  • PIR detection mode: the camera will take photos or videos when triggered by the PIR sensor (motion sensor) detecting activity in the area it covers
  • Time Lapse mode: the camera will take photos or videos automatically at your choice of interval
  • Programmable operating period
  • Date, time, temperature (in °C), moon phase, serial number and battery level imprint on the photos and videos
  • Memory support: SD card or micro SD card with adapter from 4GB up to 32GB, class 10 minimum (not supplied). You can purchase micro SD cards with adapter from the present website at any time.
  • Cycle recording on the SD card:
    • User programmable: ON/OFF
    • When the SD card will be full, the camera will continue to record new photos/videos by deleting the oldest photos/videos.

PIE1052 Trail Camera Specifications

  • Weight: 292 g (without batteries) - 476 g (with batteries)
  • Dimensions: 128 x 96 x 76 mm
  • Power: 8 x  AA alkaline batteries or 8 AA Ni-MH rechargeable batteries (not supplied)
  • Optional extra: power supply and solar panel
  • 2.4" color screen - TFT
  • Built-in 2.0 USB port for images/videos download

Whats in the box

1x trail camera model PIE1051
1x NUM'AXES data multi-operator SIM card
1x antenna
1x USB cable
1x nylon mounting strap
1x user's guide


Listed below are some useful pointers on how to use your trail camera to get the best results:
Mount the camera about 1.5 m (5ft) high with the camera pointed at a slight downward angle.
Mount the trail camera facing north or south not east or west as the rising ans setting of the sun could produce false triggers and overexposed images.
If you’re covering a trail, face the camera down or up the trail.
Clear out any brush or weeds in front of the trail camera. These can cause false triggers due to temperature and motions disturbances in front of the camera (especially on windy days).

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