Best Cellular Game and Trail Camera Reviews and Buying Guide

For people who use trail cameras the most important and anticipated moment is when you get to view the pictures that it has captured. Avid outdoorsmen know that getting the most accurate and up to date images and information can be the difference between success and failure in your outdoor activities. That being said, depending on your situation, it my not always be easy or convenient to go out and retrieve the pictures from your game camera. In these cases you might want to consider purchasing a trail camera model that utilizes cellular technology to email images to you as soon as they are taken.

Cellular Trail Cameras Can Save You Money

On one hand, buying a cellular trail camera might cost you some extra money initially, but in the long run having a cellular game camera might save you money. For example, the place I prefer to deer hunt is a 4 hour drive away and is accessible only with a truck. After a few trips each fall to check the images on my trail cameras I can spend a couple of hundred dollars in gas each year, which will go a long way to paying for any additional expenses I might have with a cellular deer camera.

Plus, the information I can obtain by having the images from my trail camera emailed to me during the season can help me make those critical in-season decision of where to hunt.

What to Consider When Buying a Cellular Trail Camera

Like all trail cameras you want to consider image quality, trigger speed and flash range. Your can read our complete buying guide for trail cameras here.

However, there are some specific things you should keep in mind when buying cellular game cameras. These things include:

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2G vs. 3G vs. 4G Cameras

Be warned that 2G service is becoming a thing of the past. If you buy a trail camera that utilizes 2G towers it will no longer be able to transmit pictures when the last of the 2G towers are taken out of service. Once this happens your 2G trail camera will still be able to capture images and video, but it won’t be able to transmit them to you, which kind of defeats the purpose of having a cellular trail camera. So you probably want look at a 3G or 4G model.

Most cellular trail cameras will utilize 3G networks. While 4G networks are growing it is most likely that you will only have a 3G signal in the more remote areas where you would be most likely to use a trail camera. So you should feel fine looking at 3G trail cameras

Cellular Service Fees

If you are going to use a cellular trail camera you will need to pay a carrier to have access to their towers and network. The fees associated with this are usually pretty reasonable, but there is obviously a cost involved.

Cell Coverage

Before purchasing a cellular trail camera you first need to verify that there is a cell signal in the area where you want to place the camera(s). Don’t just go by the carrier’s coverage map. It is probably best to go out into the woods and verify the signal yourself with your own cell phone.

Power Consumption

As you might imagine utilizing cellular technology will cause the camera to use more power, which will cause the camera's batteries to die sooner. This can be offset by having the camera use more batteries or using an external power source such as a solar panel.

Security

Game cameras that use cellular technology will cost more than other cameras. So you might want to consider buying a security box and anti-theft cable to protect your investment. The need for these devices only increases if you plan on placing you camera on public land where other people might see it.

Cellular Trail Camera Comparison Table

ModelMPFlash RangeTrigger SpeedCarrierPrice $$$Rating Out of 10

Covert Blackhawk 12.1
12100 ft. No Glow.65 secs.Verizon$$$$$8

Covert Code Black 12.1
12100 ft. No Glow.65 secs.AT&T$$$$8


CRUSH CELL CAM
870 ft. No Glow<1 sec.AT&T$$7.2


Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor
1460 ft. No Glow.3 sec.AT&T$$7


Spartan HD GoCam GC-ATTb with Bonus Package
860 ft. No Glow1 sec.AT&T$$$$8.2


Spartan HD GoCam GC-ATTi with Bonus Package
870 ft. Low Glow1 sec.AT&T$$$$7.8


Spartan HD Gocam Gc-Vzwb
860 ft. No Glow1 sec.Verizon$$$$$8.2


Spartan HD GoCam GC-VZWi with Bonus Package
870 ft. Low Glow1 sec.AT&T$$$$$7.8


Stealth Cam GXW Wireless Trail Camera
12100 ft. No Glow.4 sec.AT&T$7.9


HCO Uway MB600 Wireless Trail Camera
850+ ft. No Glow1.2 secs.ATT or T-mobile$$$$$6

Covert Blackhawk 12.1 with Realtree Xtra - 12MP Trail Camera Review

The Covert Blackhawk 12.1 3G 60-LED Wireless Game Camera not only boasts 60 NO GLOW LED emitters, but has a 100 foot flash range. It runs on the 12 AA batteries and uses the Verizon 3G network. It also has 3 adjustable sensitivity levels and a 2 inch color viewer that allows you to view images on location when you are in the field.

Covert also has a wireless web portal and free mobile app to help you conveniently access your images from any iOS or Android smartphone, tablet or computer.

Like all cellular trail camera the this Covert Blackhawk 12.1 Camera will use more energy when it is transmitting pictures. So depending on how many pictures it captures and transmits battery life can vary. That is why we suggest always using lithium batteries with these camera. You might also want to consider purchasing a compatible solar panel

This is a solid cellular trail camera. However, if you don’t have a great signal from Verizon in the area where you hunt you might want to consider the Blackhawk 12.1’s cousin the Covert Code Black 12.1, which uses At&T’s network.

Features:

  • Image Resolution: 12MP
  • Flash Type: Invisible Infrared (no glow)
  • Flash Range: 100 feet
  • Trigger Speed: .65 Sec
  • Video Resolution: VGA
  • Dimensions: 5.875in x 4.5in x 2.855in
  • 52° field of view
  • 12 AA batteries
  • Invisible flash technology
  • 1-10 turbo shot burst
  • Maximum silence image capture
  • Time/date/temp/moon phase stamp
  • 2” color viewer
  • Pipe through security
  • Up to 32GB SD card
  • Reinforced tripod mount

Covert Code Black 12.1 with Mossy Oak Break-up Country - 12MP Trail Camera Review

The Covert Code Black 12.1 3G 60-LED Wireless Game Camera not only boasts 60 NO GLOW LED emitters, but has a 100 foot flash range. It runs on the 12 AA batteries and uses the AT&T 3G network. It also has 3 adjustable sensitivity levels and a 2 inch color viewer that allows you to view images on location when you are in the field.

Covert also has a wireless web portal and free mobile app to help you conveniently access your images from any iOS or Android smartphone, tablet or computer.

Like all cellular trail camera the this Covert Blackhawk 12.1 Camera will use more energy when it is transmitting pictures. So depending on how many pictures it captures and transmits battery life can vary. That is why we suggest always using lithium batteries with these camera. You might also want to consider purchasing a compatible solar panel

Covert also has a wireless web portal and free mobile app to help you conveniently access your images from any iOS or Android smartphone, tablet or computer.

Features:

  • Image Resolution: 12MP
  • Flash Type: Invisible Infrared (no glow)
  • Flash Range: 100 feet
  • Trigger Speed: .65 Sec
  • Video Resolution: VGA
  • Dimensions: 5.875in x 4.5in x 2.855in
  • 52° field of view
  • 12 AA batteries
  • Invisible flash technology
  • 1-10 turbo shot burst
  • Maximum silence image capture
  • Time/date/temp/moon phase stamp
  • 2” color viewer
  • Pipe through security
  • Up to 32GB SD card
  • Reinforced tripod mount

Wild Game Innovations Crush Cell 8MP Lightsout Digital Trail Camera Review

This Wild Game Innovations Crush Cell 8 Lightsout Digital Trail Camera has a compact design to go along with solid features. This camera runs on 4 D-cell batteries and uses the AT&T 3G network. It has a built-in color viewer and the ability to capture 720p high definition video with audio. The 8MP camera has a trigger speed is less than 1 second and the 60 piece invisible infrared (no glow) LED flash has a detection range of up to 70 feet, which is respectable for a no glow camera. While some of this camera’s features are not the best Wildgame Innovations has to offer, not including them on this camera make this unit one of the more affordable cellular trail cameras on the market. However, this unit does have some top end features like the Wildgame Innovations Flextime Time Lapse Technology that allows images captured by the camera to be turned into a time lapse video with the included Flextime software.

Key features that we are pleased to see on this camera include the Lightsout no glow technology and the Realtree Xtra Camo exterior. Cellular trail cameras are more expensive so concealing their location when capturing images during both day and night helps to prevent theft- especially if you are hunting on public land. Another feature we are happy about on this camera is the external battery port. Purchasing an external battery pack is a great idea, because in most instances people who purchase a cellular trail camera aren’t constantly checking the camera, which is why it is great to have a way to extend the battery life of the unit.

Features:

  • Image Resolution: 8MP
  • Flash Type: Invisible Infrared (no glow)
  • Flash Range: 70 feet
  • Trigger Speed: Less Than 1 Sec
  • Video Resolution: 720p HD
  • Time Lapse: Flextime
  • Wireless Capable: 3G Cellular
  • Power Source: 4D-Cell
  • Exposure Control: YES
  • Wide Angle: YES
  • Time/Date Stamp: YES
  • Location Stamp: YES
  • Temperature Stamp: YES
  • Moon Phase Stamp: YES
  • Built-In Viewer: YES
  • Video Audio: YES
  • Water-resistant
  • Uses up to 32 GB SDHC card
  • Adjustable bungee cords are included

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor 14MP Wireless Trail Camera Review

The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor 14MP Wireless Trail Camera uses the AT&T network and is one of the most affordable trail cameras on the market. However don’t the affordability fool you this camera packs some really nice features. First, it comes with a 14MP camera that has a really fast .3 second trigger speed and the ability to capture 720p HD video. Combine that with a color LCD screen, data stamp on each image, and invisible infrared (no glow flash) that has a range of 60 feet, which is acceptable, this Bushnell provides tremendous value along with its’ affordable price.

The camera can run up to 3 months on a set of high quality batteries, but it also can support external power sources to help ensure that you never miss capturing that important image.

This Bushnell cellular trail camera comes with a free iOS and Android app. The pre-paid data plans this camera uses are purchased from Bushnell. There are several affordable data plan options to choose from so people should be able to find a plan that meets their needs and budget.

If you are fine with a 60 foot invisible flash range, which suits most people just fine, and using data plans offered through Bushnell it is hard to say no to this feature laden and value priced cellular trail camera.

Features:

  • Image Resolution: 14MP
  • Flash Type: Invisible Infrared (48 no glow LEDs)
  • Flash Range: 60 feet
  • Trigger Speed: 0.3 second
  • Video Resolution: 720p HD
  • New sharper thumbnails, 4 times the resolution as the previous model
  • Expanded network coverage
  • Wireless connectivity straight out of the box - sim card and data included
  • 3G Wireless functionality only compatible in the US
  • Affordable pre-paid data plans available from Bushnell
  • Free iOS and Android app - Send images to a smart phone, email, web or facebook
  • Runs up to 3 months on one set of batteries
  • Day/night autosensor
  • External power compatible
  • PIR sensor is motion activated out to 60'
  • Adjustable PIR (Lo/Med/High) or Auto PIR
  • Programmable trigger interval: 1 sec. to 60 min.
  • Multi-image mode: 1-3 images per trigger
  • Video length: 1 second to 60 seconds, programmable
  • Field Scan 2X with two available time slots so you can monitor dusk and dawn movement
  • Temperature range -5° F to 140° F
  • PIR sensor is motion activated out to 60'
  • Adjustable web belt and 1/4-20 socket
  • SD card slot
  • Weatherproof
  • 2.4" color LCD screen
  • Data Stamp: Every image is automatically stamped with day/date, temp and moon phase at time of capture.

Spartan HD GoCam GC-ATTb with Bonus Package Review

HCO makes 4 versions of the Spartan GoCam. Two versions use the AT&T cellular network and the other two use Verizon. So regardless of which network you prefer or which network has better coverage in your area there is a Spartan GoCam option for you. This NO GLOW model uses the AT&T 3G network. With its’ NO GLOW LEDs it has a flash range of 60 feet. The trigger speed of 1 second is in the same ballpark as many other cellular trail cameras.

The 8MP camera may not be as high of a resolution as some other cameras, but it should be more than enough for most users. Plus, with its’ 2 in display, photo stamp, and ability to take 720p HD video this camera is a full-featured unit.

Similar to many other cellular trail cams this Spartan GoCam runs on 12 AA batteries, which should last many users several month, but it still uses a fair amount of power – especially when transmitting images - so you probably want to be sure to use lithium batteries for longer battery life and to ensure that the camera has a consistent power level. The Spartan GoCam has a 6V external power jack, so you could also consider purchasing the 6V solar panel with battery.

Like other Spartan trail cameras this unit comes with a 2-year warranty.

This camera also comes includes 6 UTowels' edge-less microfiber towels and 1 Dog's Heart large bone shaped drying towel adding extra value to your purchase.

Features:

  • Image Resolution: 3, 5, 8MP (4:3)
  • Flash Type: Invisible Infrared (no glow)
  • Flash Range: 60 feet
  • Trigger Speed: 1 Second
  • Video Resolution: 720p HD/VGA
  • Network Support: 3G, W-CDMA(UMTS)/HSDPA (850/1900)
  • Field of View (FOV): 52
  • Photo: Yes
  • Video: Yes
  • Display: 2"
  • Photo/Video Playback: Yes
  • Live Preview: Yes
  • Burst Mode: 1-5
  • Video Length: up to 30s
  • Audio Record: Yes
  • Quiet Time: Up to 60m
  • Time Lapse: 2X
  • Duty Time: 2X
  • Photo Stamp: Time/Date/Temp/Moon
  • Overwrite: Yes
  • SD Card Capacity: 32GB
  • Batteries: 4-12 AA
  • External 6V DC power supply port
  • Weight: 13.5 oz
  • Dimension: 6x 5x 3.5 inches

Spartan HD GoCam GC-ATTi with Bonus Package Review

HCO makes 4 versions of the Spartan GoCam. Two versions use the AT&T cellular network and the other two use Verizon. So regardless of which network you prefer or which network has better coverage in your area there is a Spartan GoCam option for you. This low glow model uses the AT&T 3G network. With its’ low glow infrared LEDs it has a flash range of 70 feet. The trigger speed of 1 second is in the same ballpark as many other cellular trail cameras.

The 8MP camera may not be as high of a resolution as some other cameras, but it should be more than enough for most users. However, when you add in its’ 2 in display, photo stamp, and ability to take 720p HD video this camera is a full-featured unit.

Like other cellular trail cams this Spartan GoCam runs on 12 AA batteries, which should last many users several month, but it still uses a fair amount of power – especially when transmitting images - so you probably want to be sure to use lithium batteries for longer battery life and to ensure that the camera has a consistent power level. The Spartan GoCam has a 6V external power jack, so you could also consider purchasing the 6V solar panel with battery.

Like other Spartan trail cameras this unit comes with a 2-year warranty.

This camera also comes includes 6 UTowels' edge-less microfiber towels and 1 Dog's Heart large bone shaped drying towel adding extra value to your purchase.

If you are looking for a trail camera and don’t need the concealment that no glow LEDs offer this is a fine unit to consider.

Features:

  • Image Resolution: 3, 5, 8MP (4:3)
  • Flash Type: Infrared (low glow)
  • Flash Range: 70 feet
  • Trigger Speed: 1 Second
  • Video Resolution: 720p HD/VGA
  • Network Support: 3G, W-CDMA(UMTS)/HSDPA (850/1900)
  • Field of View (FOV): 52
  • Photo: Yes
  • Video: Yes
  • Display: 2"
  • Photo/Video Playback: Yes
  • Live Preview: Yes
  • Burst Mode: 1-5
  • Video Length: up to 30s
  • Audio Record: Yes
  • Quiet Time: Up to 60m
  • Time Lapse: 2X
  • Duty Time: 2X
  • Photo Stamp: Time/Date/Temp/Moon
  • Overwrite: Yes
  • SD Card Capacity: 32GB
  • Batteries: 4-12 AA
  • External 6V DC power supply port
  • Weight: 13.5 oz
  • Dimension: 6x 5x 3.5 inches

Spartan HD Gocam Gc-Vzwb Review

HCO makes 4 versions of the Spartan GoCam. Two versions use the AT&T cellular network and the other two use Verizon. So regardless of which network you prefer or which network has better coverage in your area there is a Spartan GoCam option for you. This NO GLOW model uses the Verizon 3G network. With its’ NO GLOW LEDs it has a flash range of 60 feet. The trigger speed of 1 second is in the same ballpark as many other cellular trail cameras.

The 8MP camera may not be as high of a resolution as some other cameras, but it should be more than enough for most users. Plus, with its’ 2 in display, photo stamp, and ability to take 720p HD video this camera is a full-featured unit.

Like other cellular trail cams this Spartan GoCam runs on 12 AA batteries, which should last many users several month, but it still uses a fair amount of power – especially when transmitting images - so you probably want to be sure to use lithium batteries for longer battery life and to ensure that the camera has a consistent power level. The Spartan GoCam has a 6V external power jack, so you could also consider purchasing the 6V solar panel with battery.

Like other Spartan trail cameras this unit comes with a 2-year warranty.

Features:

  • Image Resolution: 3, 5, 8MP (4:3)
  • Flash Type: Invisible Infrared (no glow)
  • Flash Range: 60 feet
  • Trigger Speed: 1 Second
  • Video Resolution: 720p HD/VGA
  • Network Support: 3G, EV-DO / CDMA2000
  • Field of View (FOV): 52
  • Photo: Yes
  • Video: Yes
  • Display: 2"
  • Photo/Video Playback: Yes
  • Live Preview: Yes
  • Burst Mode: 1-5
  • Video Length: up to 30s
  • Audio Record: Yes
  • Quiet Time: Up to 60m
  • Time Lapse: 2X
  • Duty Time: 2X
  • Photo Stamp: Time/Date/Temp/Moon
  • Overwrite: Yes
  • SD Card Capacity: 32GB
  • Batteries: 4-12 AA
  • External 6V DC power supply port
  • Weight: 13.5 oz
  • Dimension: 6x 5x 3.5 inches

Spartan HD GoCam GC-VZWi with Bonus Package Review

HCO makes 4 versions of the Spartan GoCam. Two versions use the AT&T cellular network and the other two use Verizon. So regardless of which network you prefer or which network has better coverage in your area there is a Spartan GoCam option for you. This low glow model uses the Verizon 3G network. With its’ low glow infrared LEDs it has a flash range of 70 feet. The trigger speed of 1 second is in the same ballpark as many other cellular trail cameras.

The 8MP camera may not be as high of a resolution as some other cameras, but it should be more than enough for most users. However, when you add in its’ 2 in display, photo stamp, and ability to take 720p HD video this camera is a full-featured unit.

Like other cellular trail cams this Spartan GoCam runs on 12 AA batteries, which should last many users several month, but it still uses a fair amount of power – especially when transmitting images - so you probably want to be sure to use lithium batteries for longer battery life and to ensure that the camera has a consistent power level. The Spartan GoCam has a 6V external power jack, so you could also consider purchasing the 6V solar panel with battery.

Like other Spartan trail cameras this unit comes with a 2-year warranty.

This camera also comes includes 6 UTowels' edge-less microfiber towels and 1 Dog's Heart large bone shaped drying towel adding extra value to your purchase.

If you are looking for a trail camera and don’t need the concealment that no glow LEDs offer this unit or its’ cousin that uses the AT&T network are fine choices to consider.

Features:

  • Image Resolution: 3, 5, 8MP (4:3)
  • Flash Type: Infrared (low glow)
  • Flash Range: 70 feet
  • Trigger Speed: 1 Second
  • Video Resolution: 720p HD/VGA
  • Network Support: 3G, EV-DO / CDMA2000
  • Field of View (FOV): 52
  • Photo: Yes
  • Video: Yes
  • Display: 2"
  • Photo/Video Playback: Yes
  • Live Preview: Yes
  • Burst Mode: 1-5
  • Video Length: up to 30s
  • Audio Record: Yes
  • Quiet Time: Up to 60m
  • Time Lapse: 2X
  • Duty Time: 2X
  • Photo Stamp: Time/Date/Temp/Moon
  • Overwrite: Yes
  • SD Card Capacity: 32GB
  • Batteries: 4-12 AA
  • External 6V DC power supply port
  • Weight: 13.5 oz
  • Dimension: 6x 5x 3.5 inches

Stealth Cam GXW Wireless Trail Camera Review

The Stealth Cam GXW Wireless 12 MP Trail Camera is a good option to consider. First it has a 12 MP camera is which better than most cameras out there. The camera also boasts a .4 second trigger speed which is also better than most game cameras out there. This NO GLOW camera 45 black IR emitters and a 100-foot range. The Stealth Cam GXW also has a 2.0" color LCD display screen allows users to review photos on location when they are in the field. It runs on the AT&T 3G networks. Unlike some other trail cameras that have a camo pattern on their case this Stealth Cam comes in the solid tree bark color, which might be viewed as a negative for some users who need the camera to be well concealed if they are using the camera for security purposes or hunt on public land.

This camera also allows you to manage your camera remotely on your smartphone through a free downloadable app that is both iPhone and Android compatible.

Features:

  • Image Resolution: 12MP (4 resolution settings) 12MP / 8MP / 4MP / 2MP
  • Flash Type: Invisible Infrared (no glow)
  • Flash Range: 100 feet
  • Trigger Speed: .4 Sec
  • Video Resolution: 1080p HD
  • Quick Set
  • Burst Mode 1-9 images per triggering
  • 5-59 sec / 0- 59 min recovery time out
  • External LCD status display
  • Time / Date / Moon Phase / Temperature Stamp
  • SD Card slot up to 32GB
  • Test Mode
  • Low Battery indicator
  • USB output
  • Operates on 12 AA batteries
  • External power jack for 12V battery box
  • H: 5.5" / W: 4.0" / D: 2.5"
  • Video Audio: YES
  • Time Lapse Function with PIR Override
  • Sends images AND VIDEO CLIPS / Global Accessibility
  • Free Remote App - iOS & Android Compatible

HCO Uway MB600 Wireless Trail Camera Review

The HCO Uway MB600 replaced the MB500 model and works with the AT&T or T-mobile 3G networks. It uses Blackout Flash “NO GLOW” technology and 50 foot range to go along with its’ 8 MP camera. The trigger speed of 1.2 seconds is certainly acceptable, but is a little bit slower than some other cameras.

Thanks to the color screen and Live Preview Mode you can see Real-Time the camera field of view to ensure the correct placement every time.

The HCO Uway MB600 uses 12 AA batteries and also has a DC jack to allow for an external power source. As with all cellular trail cameras we recommend that you use lithium batteries to help ensure longer battery life and have more consistent voltage.

Features:

  • Image Resolution: 8MP
  • Flash Type: Invisible Infrared (no glow) Black IR
  • Flash Range: 50+ feet
  • Trigger Speed: 1.2 sec
  • Video Resolution: 720p HD
  • Media Retrieval: SD Card / 3G Cellular Wireless
  • Supported Carriers: AT&T or T-mobile
  • SMS Control:Real Time or Fixed Time (Daily)
  • Video Length: Up to 60 Seconds
  • Trigger Method: Motion/Time Lapse
  • Display: Yes (True Color TFT)
  • Photo/Video Playback: Yes
  • Live Preview: Yes
  • Photo Stamp: Time/Date/Temp/Moon
  • Power Supply: AA (12)/DC Port
  • SD Card Capacity: 32 GB
  • Audio Record: Yes
  • Overwrite: No
  • Light Metering: Yes
  • Support XtendIR: Yes
  • Password Protection: Yes

Low Glow Cellular Trail Camera Comparison

Spartan HD GoCam GC-ATTi with Bonus Package

8MP Camera

1 Second Trigger Speed

70 Foot Illumination & Detection Range

720p HD Video

Carrier: AT&T

  • Built-in Viewer
  • External Battery Port

Spartan HD GoCam GC-VZWi with Bonus Package 

8MP Camera

1 Second Trigger Speed

70 Foot Illumination & Detection Range

720p HD Video

Carrier: Verizon

  • Built-in Viewer
  • External Battery Port

No Glow Cellular Trail Camera Comparison

Covert Blackhawk 12.1 with Realtree Xtra

12MP Camera

.65 Second Trigger Speed

100 Foot Illumination & Detection Range

VGA Video

Carrier: Verizon

  • Built-in Viewer
  • External Battery Port
  • External Battery Port

Covert Code Black 12.1 with Mossy Oak Break-up Country

12MP Camera

.65 Second Trigger Speed

100 Foot Illumination & Detection Range

VGA Video

Carrier: AT&T

  • Built-in Viewer
  • External Battery Port

Wild Game Innovations Crush Cell 8MP Lightsout Digital Trail Camera 

8MP Camera

<1 Second Trigger Speed

70 Foot Illumination & Detection Range

720p HD Video

Carrier: AT&T

  • Built-in Viewer
  • External Battery Port

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor 14MP Wireless Trail Camera

14MP Camera

.3 Second Trigger Speed

60 Foot Illumination & Detection Range

720p HD Video

Carrier: AT&T

  • Built-in Viewer
  • External Battery Port

Spartan HD GoCam GC-ATTb with Bonus Package

8MP Camera

1 Second Trigger Speed

60 Foot Illumination & Detection Range

720p HD Video

Carrier: AT&T

  • 1080p Full HD Video
  • 720p HD Video
  • Built-in Viewer
  • External Battery Port

Spartan HD Gocam Gc-Vzwb

8MP Camera

1 Second Trigger Speed

60 Foot Illumination & Detection Range

720p HD Video

Carrier: Verizon

  • 1080p Full HD Video
  • 720p HD Video
  • Built-in Viewer
  • External Battery Port

Stealth Cam GXW Wireless Trail Camera

12MP Camera

.4 Second Trigger Speed

100 Foot Illumination & Detection Range

1080p HD Video

Carrier: AT&T

  • 1080p Full HD Video
  • 720p HD Video
  • Built-in Viewer
  • External Battery Port

HCO Uway MB600 Wireless Trail Camera

8MP Camera

1.2 Second Trigger Speed

50 Foot Illumination & Detection Range

720p HD Video

Carrier: ATT or T-mobile

  • 1080p Full HD Video
  • 720p HD Video
  • Built-in Viewer
  • External Battery Port

If you are looking for more cellular trail camera options take a look at our store below where we have ordered the cameras alphabetically by manufacturer. Our store is powered by Amazon so you can trust that your transactions are safe and secure.

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