When a hunter begins to look through the different models of game trail cameras available, there are plenty of different things to consider. Each camera will be designed to perform as needed, taking photos every few seconds as set by the hunter.
But while at their most basic they’ll take photos on that regular interval, today’s cameras are highly sophisticated and will actually allow a user to enjoy a lot of extra features that older models wouldn’t offer. And best of all, technology has made it easy to get the best features available for a lower price than most may suspect.
There are several different game trail camera features that will really set one apart from the pack. While most good ones will handle different functions with ease, the best take it to a whole new level with features like the following.
- Night-vision mode to allow for accurate images no matter the time
- Ability to shoot several seconds of video when triggered
- Motion activation that makes sure no animal is missed
- Different modes of shooting to ensure maximum flexibility
- USB port to connect to computer for easy uploading
- Large storage space for photos
- Remote controller to add more functionality and convenience
- Ability to recharge batteries using car charger
- Various settings to maximize performance and ensure each user gets what they need from the camera
Models that are used in this video
|Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam||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
In short, today’s game trail cameras will really do almost anything that is needed from them. Finding the right one for you isn’t too difficult either. As long as you begin by looking into exactly what you need from a camera and then narrowing down your options, you’ll be able to choose from several of the best models out there.
Look for brand names that you can trust so you don’t end up making a purchase you regret, too. Today it’s inexpensive to purchase a great camera at a fair price, and there’s really no point going for a budget camera that won’t provide the kind of performance you deserve when the best on the market is available and able to give you great results with a reasonable price tag.
As long as you keep the basic features in mind, then look into the additional features that really make a camera the best choice for you, you should have little trouble finding the right camera, buying it, and giving yourself the best possible images from the trail.