The Naturebytes Wildlife Cam Kit is a wildlife camera that anyone can build to take stealthy high definition images of wildlife. Beginner, expert, wildlife enthusiast or hacker, the Raspberry Pi-powered kit is a fun way to develop your digital making skills and an exciting new insight into your natural world.
Wildlife enthusiast, tech fan or just a curious mind – the kit contains all of the parts and instructions you need to start capturing a new perspective of the natural world around you.
Suitable for a novice to assemble and enjoy taking photos through to more advanced users who want to learn to programme and add IoT sensors.
Wildlife camera trapping enables people to take amazing photographs of wild animals, including those that are normally camera shy. The Raspberry Pi A+ (v1) computer at the heart of the kit makes the trap accessible and easily programmable. The beautifully designed weatherproof case can also accommodate future modular add-ons like night-vision and solar panel charging.
The weatherproof enclosure’s unique triangulated design fully protects the internal electrical components from the elements and the hinged-clips provides the user with easy access to the Pi’s ports and internal components.
This is the only IP Certified Raspberry Pi camera case that we know of!
- Raspberry Pi model A+ v1 (the most energy-efficient model available)
- SD card with Cam Kit operating system pre-loaded
- Camera Module (not an official camera module)
- PIR sensor
- Weatherproof Enclosure (case)
- Electronics mount compatible with all models of Raspberry Pi
- Screws, inserts and nuts
- Jumper wires
- USB flash drive
- Nylon camera attachment strap
USB cable not included
- Weatherproof (certified IP55)
- Fresnel IR lens to optimise motion detection
- Clip and hinge opening for easy access to the Pi’s ports and internal components
- Padlock loop
- Rear cable access
- Rear attachments for modular upgrades
- No soldering required
For powering your Wildlife Cam you can use your own 5V power bank or mains adapter, just make sure it can output 5V 2-3A (ideally 2.5A upwards).
The Cam Case design provides space for battery upgrades for those wanting extra juice to power your kit for even longer.
You will need to provide your own USB to Micro-USB cable for connecting your powerbank to the Raspberry Pi.
- User Guide and software available to download here