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Announcing our new PIR v3 Wireless Sensor

We’re pleased to announce that our new "version 3" wireless PIR sensors will soon be shipping and our pre-order special offer is now open! What's New? We have taken feedback and suggestions from hundreds of users of our PIR v2 to create a new sensor that...

Terry Whittaker – Camera Trapping in the UK

Introduction Since starting out as a freelance photographer in 2000, Terry has built up a reputation as one of the UK’s foremost wildlife photographers. He has won multiple awards for his work and his images often carry a strong conservation message....

New Multi Cable & Controller for Sony Cameras

We have developed a new camera cable with an integrated controller for Sony cameras that have the Multi-type terminal connector. This includes Sony A7/A7s/A7r range of full-frame interchangeable lens cameras and the A6000, A6500 etc. range. Our new Multi cable makes...

Introducing our New PIR Motion Sensors

We’re pleased to announce that our new PIR Motion Sensors will begin shipping soon! What's New? Our sensors have come a long way since Version 1! Here are three highlights: New weatherproof enclosure with easy access to the controls from the front of the device....

Richard Peters, on a Back Garden Safari

Introduction Richard Peters is a professional wildlife photographer from the UK with a style that often takes a priority of light, over subject. During the last year however, he has begun working with camera traps, concentrating on a location he has a...

New Wireless Triggers

New Camtraptions Wireless Triggers have now been added to the store. These are an easy way to remotely fire your camera, or trigger multiple off-camera flashes. The triggers are suitable for use in camera traps as they wake flashes when the camera powers up (*see note...

Sebastian Kennerknecht: Tracking Down the World’s Wild Cats

Introduction Sebastian Kennerknecht is a wildlife and conservation photographer based in Santa Cruz, California. He focuses much of his photography on wild cats and the threats they face. Being totally wild cat obsessed, it’s important to him to play a...

Philip Briggs Interview

Introduction Philip was born in Kenya and spent his childhood years living in extremely remote areas, spending much of his time exploring the African bush. These early experiences gave him a great love of wild places and nature, which later developed into...

Casey Smartt: photographing the elusive

Introduction Casey Smartt is a photographer based out of New Braunfels, TX. He was born and raised in Austin, TX and holds a B.S. in Aquatic Biology from Southwest Texas State University. Casey has had careers as an environmental technician for the steel...

Laurent Geslin – Lynx in the Jura Mountains

Introduction Laurent Geslin is a photographer who works mainly on environmental issues and, like many, his passion for wildlife led him to the work of Stephen Dalton and Michael ‘Nick’ Nichols. After being a naturalist guide in France, South Africa and...

Jonny Armstrong – Alaska’s Great Wilderness

Introduction Jonny Armstrong isn’t your typical photographer, as he is also a scientist who, through researching salmon in Alaska, turned his attention to the abundance of wildlife that lives there. His extraordinary work has recently seen him awarded as...

Jamie Hall – British Wildlife

Introduction The latest in our series of trap and remote camera wildlife photographer interviews brings us UK based photographer Jamie Hall. Jamie’s extensive field-craft skills have stemmed from a love of nature that developed at a young age, and he uses...