R eal hunters know that a regular hand camera won’t do the job of a professional one that was specifically designed for hunting. Getting the best animal footage means not only great photo and video quality, but speed, and trail cameras can snap pictures in less than a second. Moreover, they don’t need to be activated by hand, as they include timers or sound-responding sensors.
With this gadget, your long hours spent in a hunting blind will be over, and you will have more time to enjoy the fun part of the game. Plus, if you own a cabin in the woods, you can use it as a security camera for those days when hunting is on hold as well.
Top 10 Trail Cameras Compared
|Photo||Product Name||Trigger Speed||Range||Photo Resolution||Video Resolution||Price|
|1. SPYPOINT 1007244||0.07s||80’||12 MP||2448 x 1632 px|
|2. Browning Trail Cameras BTC 5HD||0.067s||60’||10 MP||1280 x 720 px|
|3. Crenova 8595777153||0.2s||65’||20 MP||1920 x 1080 px|
|4.Sesern 859494||0.2s||65’||16 MP||1920 x 1080 px|
|5. usogood Trail Camera 14MP 1080P||0.2s||65’||14 MP||1920 x 1080 px|
|6. Campark T45||0.3s||65’||14 MP||1920 x 1080 px|
|7. Foxelli 57047||0.5s||65’||14 MP||1920 x 1080 px|
|8. TOGUARD H40||0.5s||75’||14 MP||1920 x 1080 px|
|9. Victure HC200||0.5s||60’||12 MP||1920 x 1080 px|
|10. Moultrie MCG-13296||0.7s||60’||12 MP||1280 x 720 px.|