Catches Hummingbirds at the feeders! It is hard to see at the perch on the left. But, not bad for a tiny camera. Image8-49-13|690x388
You’re doing better then I am this year.
Every spring I take an out door camera to the back of the yard where the feeder is in the shade of a tree. Getting the sensitivity correct is hit miss. Getting the sensitivity high enough also produces recordings from plants on a hillside moving in the back ground.
I have 2 feeders and a bully bird who chases everything away. The little thing even swoops my head. They do not trigger indoor or outdoor blink cameras on the most sensitive settings. I caught that while on my tablet. Get a few feeders and soon too many birds will be coming around.