WI_Bowhunter

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  • Birthday 08/22/1978
 
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    Bowhunting For Big Bucks<br />Shed Hunting<br />Trail Cameras
 
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  1. I'd like to give preference to someone that might be wanting to take the whole lot. I realize that might be a bit unrealistic, but I'm not in a rush to get rid of them. If I can't get what I'm asking for out of them, I'll probably donate them to some neighborhood youths to play with... On the other hand, if someone wants to make me an offer on 2 or more individual cameras, I'm all ears...
  2. The memory sticks...
  3. The back of the P-41
  4. Here is a pic of the unhacked P41
  5. Here is a close up of one of the P-41 units. All 7 are identical..
  6. This is a close up of one of the S-600 units. All 3 are identical
  7. This pictures shows the inside of all 10 units. Again the S-600's are on top.
  8. The last of my homebrews.... A few years back I sold a bunch of homebrews, but kept these 10 back. I thought I'd use them, however I rarely did (The black flash bug bit HARD). In fact, after I lost my house and most of my possessions in a house fire in July 2016, I assumed that they were gone. It was just recently that I discovered this box of cams tucked away on a shelf in my garage... All of my other homebrewing equipment (tools, parts, batteries, supplies, ect...) were destroyed in the fire, and I don't see myself replacing the majority of it. I was phasing myself out of the homebrews as it was... That said, I don't have the tools or parts required to work on these cams should they need attention in the future. So, I've decided to sell them. What follows is a list of everything that was in the box when I pulled it from my garage: 3 Sony S-600 complete units. S600 cameras (Hacked by FiremanJim) wired for externals with a 5 wire servo. Shutter lens modification done as well. Plano 1425 cases with HPWA lens. All dipped in Ultimate Camo SS2 control board with 3.6V onboard battery. Batteries are dated 2015. Would recommend replacement... Stainless Steel pipe thru design for security with python lock (not included) 2 "D cell" battery holders for external power. Metal 40 gram rechargeable desiccant pack for moisture control 7 Sony P-41 complete units. P41 cameras (Hacked by myself) wired for externals with a 5 wire servo. Shutter lens disabled. Wires routed out the tripod hole. No holes drilled in the camera cases. Plano 1425 cases with HPWA lens. All dipped in Ultimate Camo SS2 control board with 3.6V onboard battery. Batteries are dated 2015. Would recommend replacement... Stainless Steel pipe thru design for security with python lock (not included) 2 "D cell" battery holders for external power. Metal 40 gram rechargeable desiccant pack for moisture control These 10 cameras were all built together as one group. They are identical to one another. They are exceptionally clean and well made units. In the box there was also 1 Unhacked Sony P-41 Camera, as well as a bunch of Memory Sticks... From left to right and top to bottom in the picture (below) the memory sticks are as follows: 4 Sandisk 256MB MS Pro (3 orange and 1 blue) 1 Sony 256MB MS Pro (black) 3 Sony 1GB MS Pro (black) 2 Sandisk 1GB MS Pro (blue) 3 Sony 512MB MS Pro (black) 10 Sandisk Ultra II 512MB MS Pro 8 Memory Stick Pro Duo Adapters 4 Sony 2GB MS Pro Duo (black) 1 Sony 1GB MS Pro Duo (black) 10 Sandisk 2GB MS Pro Duo (blue) All of the cameras in these units power up. They all take pictures with the flash and record them to the memory stick. The control boards all powered up, and went through the walktest phase. They all sensed motion (LED indicated) when I waved my hand in front of them. After a minute or so I waved my hand again and every unit woke up the camera and fired a picture, just as they are supposed to. The cameras stayed on (trail mode) for about a minute then powered down. That is all the testing that I did with them. I did notice that a few of the red LED's on the control boards seemed weaker than others, which to me indicates a failing battery. The batteries were all replaced in early 2015. Some of these units were used in the fall of 2015 and others were not. In any case I'd recommend new batteries for all of them... While the limited testing I did shows that all units are working, I must sell these AS IS. I simply do not have the tools needed to fix them should something be wrong. Once the control board batteries are replaced, I strongly believe that all these units will work flawlessly, however I cannot guarantee anything. Please be aware of this when you buy them. For what I'm asking, I believe this is fair. $600 will get everything shipped TYD in the states. If you're in Canada we can discuss options... You can PM me with questions, but text messaging will get you a faster response. (608)865-0804 is my cell number It seems that I can only add 1 photo per post. This photo shows the front of all 10 units. The S-600's are on top...
  9. WI_Bowhunter

    S600 Fast Hack/yeti Won't Shutter Pic

    Hey Guys, a little more background info on this particular camera... It is one of the units I just sold in the classifieds. I bought this s600 from a member here (with the fast hack already done) a few years back. After finishing the build I never had any problems with the camera and never had to open it up, so I can't say how the wiring was done. I can tell you that it does not have external power. I tested this one in my yard a few weeks back and it was working as normal before I listed it for sale. All of the other cameras arrived safely and in working condition, but this one seems to have an issue now. Perhaps a wire came loose or something like that during shipment... At any rate, I have exchanged several PM's with the OP and I have told him everything I know about the camera, which isn't a lot. It had been a few years since I used it, and really don't remember much about the fast hack s600's. (It was the only one I ever had) Any help or advice you guys can give to help get this camera working again will be greatly appreciated!! In the worst case scenario, I have already offered to buy the camera back from the OP if he is unable to get it working to his satisfaction... Thanks, Chad
  10. WI_Bowhunter

    More Cams For Sale....sold

    Thanks for the kind words Befus. I wish you the best of luck with the cam... The rest of these cameras are now sold and will be on there way to Illinois tomorrow! Thanks to everyone else for looking.
  11. WI_Bowhunter

    More Cams For Sale....sold

    Camera #1 has been sold. All others still available....
  12. WI_Bowhunter

    More Cams For Sale....sold

    Trigger speed on the s600/sss is variable due to selectable settings on the board. I have it set to 2 seconds right now and it triggered reliably during my testing. The yeti fast hack triggers at around 1.5 seconds. This is all pretty typical for the s600 camera. Battery life is totally dependent on the number of day/night pictures, and batteries used. I typically used lithium batteries in them and left them out for a month or two at a time. I do not use bait so picture count was never real high, likely 800 to 1000 pics on a set of batteries...
  13. WI_Bowhunter

    More Cams For Sale....sold

    That is correct.
  14. WI_Bowhunter

    More Cams For Sale....sold

    Anybody out there that can use these?? $65 each if you take all 10. $80 each for choice. Prices are TYD, with a python lock included!
  15. WI_Bowhunter

    More Cams For Sale....sold

    $75 each if you want them all.. $90 for choice. Might consider other offers as well. All come with a python lock (with keys).