I’ve had several questions about the BirdCam so I will take a moment to write about it. The model I use is the BirdCam 2.0 made by Wingscapes, there is also link to their website under Related Links. The BirdCam 2.0 is a weatherproof, 8 megapixel camera that uses an infrared sensor to detect motion. The sensor does a good job of ignoring feeder movement and minimizes 'empty' shots. The camera is equipped with a flash so that it can take pictures in low light and in the middle of the night. It can also record ten second videos with sound. A laser pointer is used to aim the camera, as there isn’t a view finder. The images are recorded onto a 2GB SD Card that I remove from the camera and download onto the computer. If you follow the setup instructions and you’re comfortable downloading pictures from a memory card, then you will find the camera is pretty easy to use. I mount it on an adapter that is attached to a shepherd’s hook. The shepherd’s hook is easy to move around in the garden and it’s much easier than using a tripod. If you're thinking about buying one, check out the price on Amazon.com.