Trail Cameras

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In this modern age of technology, new cameras are appearing on the scene al, the time and although now with everyone having a camera on their cell phone, they are all amateur photographers, specialist photography is still required. One type of specialist photography is that of catching photographs of game animals and often the best way of doing that is by using remote cameras often referred to as trail cameras or hunt cameras.

As with any other type of camera today, there are many different models and brands for trail cameras today and so it can be difficult to decide which is the best trail camera for the money you are prepared to pay. Fortunately today there are websites which can help you decide. As with most review sites, these trail camera review sites will offer their opinion as to which is the best but as usual, yours is the final decision which may be different from theirs. So you may ask why go to the site if you do not agree with them but the point is that regardless of which camera they may think is the best, they do review several cameras and display their findings and so the site will help you decide which camera you think is best.

Here are some typical findings from one of these sites:

TEC.Bean 12MP 1080P Game and Trail Hunting Camera

This camera has very high speed and good HD for both stills and video. It is capable for use in temperatures from -130°F to 120°F and is free from condensing.


  • Dustproof, shockproof and waterproof
  • Good color imaging during the day and good black and white at night
  • Adjustable sensitivity sensor


  • Not compatible with rechargeable batteries
  • Short battery life
  • Automatically deletes older images

ENKEEO PH730S Trail Camera 1080P 12MP HD Wildlife Game Hunting Cam

This camera has a 120-degree detection angle and a fast trigger speed. As well as being able to take photos when triggered by the motion detector, it is also able to be set up to take photos at regular time intervals regardless of whether or not the detector triggers it.


  • Black low glow infrared lights
  • 8 month battery standby time
  • 3” LCD color display


  • Difficult to navigate the menu
  • Short return time to manufacturer
  • Battery limitations in cold weather

VENLIFE Trail Camera, 12MP Full HD 1080P 90° PIR Sensor Wildlife Hunting Camera

This camera has a 90 degree and 65-foot detection area and also can provide audio as well as video. Its built-in red-glow technology allows for images to be taken without scaring the animals.


  • Wireless remote
  • Password protection
  • 2” LCD screen
  • Double waterproof protection


  • Requires SD adaptor or SD card
  • Complex instructions
  • Batteries not included

These are just three examples of the many different trail cameras which are available today and so some thought should perhaps be given as to which would be most suitable for you and your needs before you get to the store and look at one of the review sites first.

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