Hi belaiui999, nothing special about the camera. I also have three and while two of them are quite good the third (and most expensive) is very poor at night shots. All three were in the £50-£80 range so not that expensive. I think the main problem is that you need a very wide angle lens when getting in close to hedgehog size animals so that the depth of field gives focus to a wide area. These cameras are really for capturing larger animals at a longer distance which they probably do very well, but some are not so good when the camera is only a couple of feet away.
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