Bestselling Hunting & Trail Cameras in 2023
APEMAN Trail Camera 12MP 1080P 2.4" LCD Game&Hunting Camera with 940nm Upgrading IR LEDs Night Vision up to 65ft/20m IP66 Spray Water Protected Design
Kolsol Dual-use Trail Game Camera SD Viewer For IOS Android Micro USB Connector Reads SD And Micro SD Cards
- 1.Compatible with most trail cameras on the market to view SD and microSD memory cards
- 2.Dual interface for Android and iDevices;USB2.0 for Mac &PC,micro USB Connector, Reads SD and Micro SD Cards
- 3.Compatible for iPad/iPad Mini/iPad Air /iPhone5/iPhone5S/iPhone5C/iphone6/iPhone6 plus/iphone6S/iPhone6S plus/iphone7/iPhone7 plus/iPod Touch/ Android Smart-phones
- 4.Simply insert your SD card into the Game Trail Camera SD Viewer - Connect it to your phone's charge port - Open the app recommended with the instructions - Start scanning, copying, deleting, or sharing your Game Camera Photos and Videos
- 5.The android system does not need to install the APP and operate in the system folder
TEC.BEAN Game Trail Hunting Camera, 12MP 1080P Full HD No Glow Infrared Wildlife Camera with Night Vision up to 23M/75ft, 36pcs 940nm IR LEDs and IP66 Waterproof Surveillance Trail Cam
- HIGH RESOLUTION: 12MP High Quality Full Color Resolution with 1-9 pictures per trigger (0.6-0.8S high trigger speed) and 1920*1080P HD Video with Audio Record up to 90s
- LONG NIGHT VISION RANGE: with 36pcs 940nm Black IR LED, it allows the hunting camera to take full color photos or videos in daytime and black & white color photos or videos at night up to 75 feet/23m distance
- PATENTED MOTION FREEZE: perfect for the surveillance of reptiles, cold blooded animals or amphibians, at the same time, it reduces the inadvertent shoot caused by the leaves or grass, saved power and SD card storage space
- 2-LEVEL PROTECTION: IP66 High Waterproof Certified, protect your hunting cam from raining, moist, sand, dust, corrosion etc. Password needed offers your trail camera another guarantee
- CAPTURE MODES AND TFT LCD: 2.0" Color Viewer TFT LCD exactly shows all data. 5 Capture Modes bring you more fun: Photo/ Video/ Time Lapse/ Hybrid(Camera+Video)/ Motion Detection
ECOOPRO Trail Camera 12MP 1080P HD Game Hunting Camera 65ft Infrared Night Vision,90°Detection Angle,24pcs 940nm IR LEDs,2.4" LCD Screen&Waterproof IP66 Wildlife Hunting Cam (B)
?Upgraded?Trail Game Camera-ENKLOV 12MP 1080P Wildlife Hunting Camera with Infrared Night Vision,26pcs 940nm IR LEDs,2.4inch LCD Screen,IP66 Waterproof
Stealth Cam G42NG No Glo Trail and Wildlife Camera. Day or night proven reliability. Designed and Engineered in the USA
Primos Bullet Proof 2 8MP Trail Camera
Moultrie A-35 (2017) Game Camera | All Purpose Series | 0.7s Trigger Speed | Moultrie Mobile Compatible
- Resolution:14.0 MP.
- Trigger speed: less than 0.7 seconds
- Flash range: 80 ft | All Purpose Series | 14 MP | 0.7 s Trigger Speed | 720p Video | Moultrie Mobile Compatible
- Illumination type: long range infrared flash (32 LED)
- Detection range: 60 ft
AUCEE Hunting Camera, 12MP 1080P Full HD Trail Camera Infrared Wildlife Camera with Night Vision up to 65FT, 2.4 inch LCD Screen and IP56 Waterproof Game Cam for Wildlife Monitoring
- High Quality Image&Video Quality: 12MP Full-HD color images and 1080P HD Video grant you excellent pictures with superb contrast and clarity down to every amazing detail of wildlife during the daytime (black and white at night), taking up to 3 photos per trigger.
- Short Trigger Speed & 2.4 Inch LCD screen: An impressively fast trigger speed of less than 1 second ensure each detected movement is captured quickly and accurately, also documented in real time. User are guaranteed to never miss any of the action. The 2.4 inch LCD screen is perfect for replaying the pictures and videos.
- Low Glow Infrared Night Vision LEDs for Flash Range as Far as 65 Feet & IP56 Water Resistance: AUCEE trail camera equips with 34pcs 850nm Infrared LEDs extend its shooting distance up to 20m/65ft with low glow, best for wildlife monitoring without scaring animals away, you won't miss what is walking in front of your camera even in the night. IP56 spray water protect design, it is able to work in tough environments like tropical rain forest.
- Other Excellent Features: Time lapse setting & Serial number setting, Low glow infrared technology. Taking pictures and video at every trigger events in 'Cam+Video' mode, Passive infrared sensor, Multiple usages e.g. home security, wildlife monitoring, surveillance and scouting game.
- The Best Deal With 100% Risk-Free Satisfaction : We offer ONE YEAR WARRANTY, if your camera has any problem, please contact us by send e-mail, if it is not damaged by man-made, we will replace for you totally free, lifetime free tech support, thanks for your purchase.
Moultrie Low Glow 12 MP Mini A20 Long Range Infrared Game Cameras AC-20 (2 Pack)
- 12.0 megapixel long range infrared game camera
- Less than 1.0 second trigger speed
- 640 x 480 video resolution
- 32 LEDs and 850 nm nighttime infrared technology illuminates game up to 50 feet away in total darkness-for maximum coverage with minimal intrusion
- Manage image quality and storage with 2 resolution settings, low (1600x1200px) and high (4000x3000px), and capture 4:3 aspect ratio video in 480px
Game Camera, Outdoor Scouting Wildlife Camera Infrared Night Vision Surveillance Camera with 28pcs IR LEDs
- 5 Mega Pixels Color CMOS sensor
- 28pcs infrared LEDs with detection range of 50 feet
- Trigger speed : 1 second, PIR sensor angle: 45 degree
- LCD Monitor: 1.44" color LCD monitor
- This Backyard Scout Camera. It is a multipurpose camera product which is good for home surveillance, outdoor hunting, or even used as an ordinary digital camera. Based on its covert, waterproof and dust-proof design, it can be trigged by sudden change of ambient temperature caused by moving person or game in a region, which is detected by a highly sensitive Passive Infra-Red (PIR) sensor, and then take pictures or video clips automatically in the day / night.
BlazeVideo 4-Pack 16MP 1920x1080P Game Trail Cameras for Hunting Deer & Wildlife No Glow Infrared with 65ft Night Vision Motion Activated IP66 Waterproof & Password Protection, Photo and Video Model
Moultrie A-30 (2017) Game Camera | 12.0 MP Resolution | All Purpose Series | 0.7s Trigger Speed | Moultrie Mobile Compatible
- A flash equipped with 24 LEDs and 850nm nighttime infrared technology Illuminates up to 70 feet away in total darkness-for maximum coverage with Minimal intrusion
- Manage image quality and storage with 2 resolution settings, low (1920x1080) and high (4608x2592), and high definition 15 second videos
- A sturdy case with a Weatherproof plastic exterior Comes with standard 1/4 inch -20 threaded insert on bottom, and a 72 inch mounting strap is included
- Works with SD/SDHC class 4 cards or higher and can handle up to 32 GB. Memory cards sold separately
- Requires 8 AA batteries. Captures approximately 16,000 images. Actual results may vary. Use Lithium batteries for extended Battery life in harsh weather conditions
Game Camera Theft: How Your Trail Camera is Helping Thieves Steal Your Stuff
Thieves cost hunters thousands of dollars a year. However, there's a flaw with your game camera technology that allows thieves to find your stuff in the dead of night. Find out how!
Game trail cameras are a fantastic tool for hunters. They also come at a pretty hefty price. If a hunter has just five stand locations, the total cost can be well over seven hundred dollars. Considering that hunters will have their cameras stolen three to five times a year, it can add up to two thousand dollars or more.
After a string of thefts, I wanted to know how it was done. One day a fellow outdoor writer told me how to "ping" a camera with a cell phone. I could hardly believe my eyes! Without the aid of lights or night vision goggles, a thief can walk the woods and find cameras with ease.
Ultimately, the thief uses the camera function of a cell phone so that it looks like they are trying to take a picture. Holding the camera in front of them, they walk down a path where they think a hunter might have a stand. When the white box turns green, the thief knows that the phone has picked up on a trail camera's night vision function. From there, it is nothing but walking to the location and picking up the camera and whatever else may be around.
The reason that this works is that the cell phone camera technology is picking up on invisible light waves. When the trail camera sends out an infrared light, the picture finder feature picks up on it as a potential target for a photo. Therefore, in the darkest of nights, a trail camera literally shines like a new penny to a thief.
I've contacted various camera manufacturers and they just don't seem to care. This is probably because many of them have been bought out by larger companies. It's been my hope that somehow these companies would fix this flaw. After seeing these camera companies now coming out with models that puts out more infrared at longer distances; I've decided to force the companies' hand in the matter. As I see it, they are now essentially helping the thieves to continue stealing money from hunters by not changing the technology.
But, what is the hunter to do?
Mainly, hunters need to quit purchasing cameras relies on manual retrieval of images and that emit a large amount of infrared light at a long distance. At triple the cost of normal trail cameras, there are models that can send images to a website so that you never have to walk into the woods. This allows the hunter real time photos of thieves. These internet photos can then be handed to law enforcement as evidence.
Another thing that hunters can do is to mark their camera well with both engraving and the use of black light nail polish. Inside of the battery case, you can inscribe something like your initials and some number that means something to you like your house number. In another location, use the nail polish to discretely mark the battery case with the same letters and numbers. This way, when you report the theft, authorities can use a black light to verify that they have the culprit.
Finally, hunters need to speak out! When consumers are empowered with knowledge; manufacturers must react with new innovations. And, ultimately, that is what all hunters really want - the best tools available to make momentous moments in the field.