Game camera are inexpensive digital imaging systems that take a photo when they sense the presence of an animal. Do a google search for manufacturers and sources. Wal-mart carries them. They are used to...well...to take pictures of wildlife. They come in the ultrasonic variety and infrared. You want the infrared kind that operated without flash and can take photos in darkness. In a hurricane the ultrasonic kind will be activated by flying debri. The infrared will not. Some can take up to 2000 images. They are engineered to be camouflaged and attached to a tree or inconspicuous area. If you recieve an evacuation order and are forced to leave your home a game camera will enable you to have an image of whoever approaches your house during your absence. This will identify looters or trespassers.
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