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The Best Rated Trail Camera For 2015

One of the problems with trying to choose a particular product based solely on the ratings and rankings is that prices are often not taken into account. Sure, you can get a top-of-the-line device using recommendations from experts, but you may find yourself spending a lot more than you had budgeted in order to get the item that they recommend.

This is especially true when it comes to something like a trail camera. While outdoor enthusiasts can easily spend a small fortune in order to get a camera that uses the latest and greatest technological innovations, the average person probably doesn't have a pile of money to spend on a single game camera.

Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam HD Hybrid Trail Camera with Night Vision
50 to 100

What this means is that while ratings are a useful tool when it comes to choosing a particular game camera, a person should also spend a lot of time understanding the features that are available and what it is exactly that they need the camera to do for them in order to find one that not only delivers when it comes to performance, but also fits nicely within their budget.

With this in mind, a person may be wondering what types of features to keep an eye out for. First of all, as with any type of camera purchase, the optics that are used will play the most important role when it comes to whether or not the photographs are high-quality and detail. A camera that uses low quality optics is likely to deliver photos that are blurry, fuzzy, out of focus, or just not very detailed.

If an individual is looking for a camera to make scouting hundred locations easier, they will want to make sure and choose one that is capable of taking high-quality photos in low light conditions. In most cases, this means choosing one that uses infrared technology so that the images are clear and detailed without using a bright flash that can potentially spook the animals and scaring them away altogether.

Some game cameras offer additional features like GPS tagging, weather information, and even heat sensors to determine whether or not a photograph should be taken. Whether or not these types of features are useful to a person is something that only they can decide, but it is worth noting that things like this will drive up the price of a particular camera. Battery life, durability, and storage capacity are also things that should be considered in order to determine whether or not a camera is worth price tag.

If you are still new at this and would like to know all the details before you buy, you can check our buying guide page for more details.

Here are the Top Ten Rated Game Camera for 2015

Product Feature Model

Hunten Outdoors GSC35

Easy to program
External solar panel port
Not for use in below freezing weather
55906
Wild Game Innovations Crush
Compact design
Infrared Flash
Time Lapse technology
1 second trigger speed
8 MP MMS cellular digital trail camera
Lee and Tiffany branded
invisible array technology
realtree Xtra Camo front
Built-in 2.4 inch display
C8B5
Browning Dark Ops HD Camera

 
10 megapixels with invisible IR Illumination
1280 x 720 HD video
70′ nighttime flash range
Zero Blur technology
Fast 067 trigger speed
BTC 6HD
Moultrie P-150i Game Camera
8.0 megapixels
Less than 1 second trigger speed
A detection range of 45 feet
150 degree field of view
NO GLOW infrared has no visible flash
MCG-12638
Browning Strike Force Sub Micro 10MP Game Camera
Lightning fast 0.67 second trigger time
Records HD videos with sound 5 seconds to 2 minutes in length
Long battery life from 6 AA batteries, Batteries not included
100 foot flash range
Includes Browning Buck Watch time-lapse viewer software
BTC 5
Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam HD Hybrid Trail Camera with Night Vision, Brown
8 MP high-quality full color resolution and 1-3 images per trigger; 1280x720p HD video with audio record programmable length from 1 to 60 seconds
Simultaneously capture full resolution images and video on every trigger with Hybrid Capture Mode
Images display date, time, moon phase, temperature and name; GPS Geotag automatically embeds GPS coordinates
Adjustable PIR (Lo/Med/High) or Auto PIR; Hyper PIR extends PIR sensor 60′ to match flash distance
Runs up to one year on one set of batteries (4-8 AA); SD Card Slot with 32GB capacity; Includes adjustable web belt and 1/4-20 socket
119537C
CUDDEBACK Model E2 Long Range IR
Cuddeback’s 1/4 second trigger speed is up to 4 times faster than most other cameras
100 foot flash range
Camera runs on (8) AA batteries (NOT included); Battery Life: 12 months or 30k images
CuddeSafe Security Case protects your investment from bears, thieves, vandals, and the elements
4GB Kingston SD Card is included and is compatible with all 2007 and newer Moultrie Game Spy game cameras
N/A
Blusmart 12MP HD Infrared Trail Hunting Camera
Effective operation: Unique laser pointer to detect target accurately.Intelligent energy saving and Weatherproof, Cold-resistant and Stable performance
View ways: Build-in 2.0″ color LCD screen and connecting TV monitors both can view the Videos or images
Infrared Thermal technology: automatically captures and records with high definition pictures(up to 12MP) and 1080P HD videos(WVGA,QVMA)
Super compatibility: Supports 4 or 8 pcs AA batteries,compatible with SD card up to 32G.This item doesn’t contain antenna. Remote control: Portable wireless remote control distance up to 9 meters for customer settings and password input
Note: Some tips for the operation: 1)put the SD card into the slot, ensure the slide switch of the SD card is on UP postiion.(Fromat Sd card first if necessory) 2)put in 4 or 8 pcs AA batteries(You can buy duracell or Nanfu battery, they will stand by longer time) 3) switch to “Test ” mode, take out the remote and keep the remote be parallel with the indicating light,then operate it . 4)last, switch to “on” mode,the indicating light will flash and then go black, the screen will go black ,too, it will enter into PIR status, it will automatically capture the movement of human or wildlife and record with pic or videos in its sensing area. Please note: “Test” mode is for the setting and view what you have shot. “ON” mode is its working mode, if you want it automatically work ,should be always in “ON” mode. * About the remote when switch to “Test” mode, *about the remote, click “menu ” button ,you will see the setting option. do what setting you like. * click the number”3″ ,you will see the replay list. * click”cancel” means “up”,click”2″ means down, * click”1″ will play the videos you have shot. * Click “menu” means “back”
N/A
Covert Special Ops Code Black
Covert Sporting Camera voted “2012 Best Buy” from INSIDE ARCHERY
60 Invisible Flash LED’s
Trigger speed 1.2 seconds
Spec Ops Blk
Reconyx HyperFire HC500
Lo Glow Semi-Covert Infrared Night Vision up to 50 feet
Temp Range of -20° to 120° F
Rugged Weatherproof Enclosure
1 Year Warranty
Includes BuckViewTM Advanced Software for Windows
HyperFire

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