Pro’s Choice Helping NSW Local Government Catch Illegal Dumpers

Not only does illegal dumping costs ratepayers tens of thousands of dollars every year, it’s also bad for our
environment. The stunning bushland that makes Australia such a beautiful country is continually at risk due
to fly tipping. Worst of all, many of the substances dumped could have easily been recycled or legal disposed
of. In some instances, however, they are filled with dangerous chemicals ranging from asbestos to oil.
The NSW Environment department has decided to take a stand against illegal dumping by recently
purchasing cameras from Pro’s Choice. Keep reading to learn about the cameras they have purchased and
how Pro’s Choice is committed to helping local governments prevent illegal dumping.

Reconyx Hyperfire 2 – The perfect covert camera

We’ve talked about the Reconyx Hyperfire 2 before and we’re not afraid to gush about it again! Reconyx is
one of America’s best-known brands and they have outdone themselves with their latest model. Not only is
it equipped with all the features you’d expect from a quality trail camera, it comes with the new NoGlow
GEN3 High Output Infrared night vision. This particular type of flash can reach out to 150 feet but won’t
startle anything that comes into your camera’s path, whether it be animal life or illegal dumpers.
Most importantly, the night time images are crisp and clear with no graininess or blurring, while the day
time photos are rich in colour and clarity, making it easy to identify suspects.
Some of the other features include:

¼ second trigger speed
720p HD video with audio
1080p wide screen or 3mp standard image resolution
Battery life of 40,000 images or 2 years
Supports SD memory cards up to 512GB
Made in U.S.A

Catching fly tippers even in the toughest conditions

Australia has some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, which is why it’s important we do all we
can to protect our environment and prevent illegal dumping. We also have one of the toughest climates in
the world, too, with temperatures below zero in some regions and 50 degrees Celsius in others. The
Hyperfire 2 can take all of this in its stride, with an operating temperature range of -40 to 60 degrees Celsius,
ensuring your photos will come through crystal clear no matter the conditions.
Best of all Pro’s Choice offers great savings on this camera and plenty more, as well as extended warranties,
ensuring we’re doing all we can to help the NSW government and others protect the environment.


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