How could I improve the trigger speed on my deer cam?
First, I have to inform you that I am a noob in electronics but am willing to learn whatever is needed. There is a lot of stuff on this site and I must thank all of you guys and girls that take time to put your instructables on here.
I have a couple of deer cam (infrared detection camera) that takes pictures of wild game whenever they pass into the sensor range. The problem is that 2 of my cameras have a slow trigger speed meaning that by the time they take the picture, the ex: deer or bear is long gone or I get only 1/2 of it. They are ok for installing on feeders where the animal will stay for an extended period of time but not fast enough to install on a trail where the deer will be walking through.
Is there a way or do you guys have a suggestion on how I could improve the trigger speed for these cameras. Right now, the trigger speed is around 3-4 seconds, which is wayyy too slow. I would like to improve to at least 1sec or below if possible.
The 2 cameras are Wildviews, one is 5.0mp with flash and the other one is 2.0mp with ir flash
Any imputs are welcomed.
Thanks to all