Ques: Can an ieGeek Solar Security Outdoor WiFi Camera be used to capture wildlife, in particular hedgehogs, visiting your back garden?
It’s a solar-charged wifi camera, so we can move it around the garden how we like.https://t.co/lu7Aazq9ZS pic.twitter.com/lVBAXWefON
— latsot (@latsot) August 17, 2021
…and there it is…proof that the ieGeek Solar Security Outdoor WiFi Camera (Wireless) works GREAT as an outdoor wildlife camera for gardens.
ieGeek Solar Security Outdoor WiFi Camera (Wireless) Review
If you’re not familiar with the ieGeek Solar Security Outdoor WiFi Camera (Wireless), here it is:
- 2.4G 4dbi dual Wi-Fi antennae, network reception is stronger 70% than other wifi security cameras.
- Recommended distance for router is up to 196ft(60m)
- Receive real-time motion alert on mobile phone within 0.2s-5s
- 65ft Night Vision
- 130° wide-angle allows you to monitor any corner.
- Built-in microphone and speaker
- IP65 Waterproof
- Works well in temperatures between -13°F to 140°F (-25°C to 60°C)
As seen in the Tweet above, ieGeek Solar Security Outdoor WiFi Camera can definitely be used to detect and capture the motion of hedgehogs in the garden.
And because it is wireless – you can move its location around your garden.
But other users quoted using the camera adequately to monitor stables and even allotments for security purposes.
At £99.00, this camera seems like quite a reasonable purchase – especially if you have expensive equipment to protect.
And for wildlife use (compared with alternative hedgehog house cameras and bird box cameras) the price is quite competitive.
Now, over to you…
Are you persuaded to get the ieGeek Solar Security Outdoor WiFi Camera?
Considering an alternative instead?