RIGDOO HT-10 Trail Camera Review [A Compelling Option]

RIGDOO HT-10 Trail Camera

When it comes to selecting a trail camera, many users face the common problem of finding a device that is both budget-friendly and high-performing without unnecessary features like WiFi or cellular connectivity. The RIGDOO HT-10 Trail Camera steps in to fill this gap, offering a no-glow, high-resolution camera that promises not to disappoint. Let’s dive … Read more

MRSCRET 4K 60MP WiFi Trail Camera Review

MRSCRET 4K 60MP WiFi Trail Camera

  Many trail camera users are used to devices that fall short when it comes to capturing high-quality images, rapid response times, or offering convenient access to footage. The MRSCRET 4K 60MP WiFi Trail Camera steps in as a solution to these common problems. It not only delivers crystal-clear 4K imagery and rapid shot capture … Read more

Dargahou 4K 48MP Trail Camera Review

Dargahou 4K 48MP Trail Camera Review

Experienced trail camera users understand the frustration that comes with low-resolution images and videos, having the flash give away the location of your camera, or missing crucial shots due to a slow trigger speed. The Dargahou 4K 48MP is designed to address these issues, offering high-resolution 4K video capabilities and a no-glow flash that won’t … Read more

Spartan GoLive M 4G LTE Cellular Trail Camera Review

Spartan GoLive M 4G LTE Cellular Trail Camera

One of the most challenging aspects of utilizing trail cameras is the inability to access real-time footage. This often leads to missed opportunities to monitor and capture wildlife behavior as it happens, leading to frustration among users. The Spartan GoLive M 4G LTE Trail Camera solves this problem with its unique feature of live streaming. … Read more

Moultrie Mobile Edge Cellular Trail Camera Review

Moultrie Mobile Edge Cellular Trail Camera

The Moultrie Mobile Edge cellular trail camera is a game-changing device that is helping to revolutionize wildlife monitoring and property surveillance as it offers innovative solutions to common challenges faced by outdoor enthusiasts and hunters. With its ability to utilize multiple cellular networks, give users unlimited cloud storage, and eliminate the need for SD cards, … Read more

SPYPOINT Flex Cellular Trail Camera Review

SPYPOINT Flex Cellular Trail Camera

Are you looking for a cellular trail camera that reliably sends pictures and videos to your smartphone regardless of which cellular provider has the strongest signal where you are using it? If so, the SPYPOINT FLEX cellular trail camera is an excellent choice for many people. In this review, we’ll discuss its features, advantages, and disadvantages, … Read more

Do Trail Cameras Flash at Night? [What You Need to Know]

Do Trail Cameras Flash at Night?

Trail cameras have revolutionized wildlife monitoring, allowing us to capture stunning images and videos of animals in their natural habitats. These cameras have become increasingly popular among hunters, wildlife enthusiasts, and property owners alike. However, one aspect of these cameras that many users are unsure about is whether trail cameras flash at night. In this … Read more

Vikeri 4K Trail Camera Review

Vikeri 4K trail Camera

As 4K technology becomes more prevalent in other devices like TVs, computer monitors, and smartphones, it is only natural that users would want to take advantage of this technology in their trail cameras as well.  With the higher resolution offered by 4K cameras, users can zoom in on images without losing quality, making it easier … Read more

Trail Camera PIR Motion Sensors: Everything You Need to Know

Trail Camera PIR Motion Sensors

Trail Camera PIR Motion Sensors

PIR sensors, also known as motion sensors, are used in trail cameras to detect movement in front of the camera. Every trail camera will have one or more PIR sensors. These sensors are integral to the design of every trail camera and will directly impact each camera’s performance.

In addition to the PIR sensors themselves, many trail cameras will also have adjustable settings for the sensor(s). This allows you to get optimal performance from the camera regardless of the environment you have the camera monitoring.

In this article, we will explain what a PIR sensor is and how they work. We will also explain what to look for from a PIR sensor when buying a trail camera as well as talk about the adjustable settings you might find for a trail camera’s motion sensor(s). Finally, we will talk about some tips to get the most out of your camera’s PIR sensors.

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Best Trail Cameras for Security – Buying Guide and Reviews

trail camera for security

trail camera for security

Criminals are seemingly getting bolder by the year. It doesn’t seem like it is enough anymore to lock things up or close a gate. Thieves and vandals seem to be a worry wherever you are. Whether you are talking about your home, your business, or vacation property the need for security and surveillance of your property is ever-increasing.

The monthly cost for a 24-hour electronic home security monitoring company can be expensive. Even if cost isn’t an issue for you sometimes you want to monitor something or someplace that is in a remote area where hiring one of these companies isn’t an option.

If you can’t afford a monitoring company or are in a remote area you still have another cost-effective security option to help you.

Trail cameras, also known as game cameras, can do more than help you monitor wildlife – they can also be used for security purposes.

Yes, that’s right. The same technology that is used by hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts can also help you secure your home or other property.

Here are the six cameras we recommend for security purposes. You can read our entire article to find out which situations each of them is best suited for.

How Can I Use a Trail Camera for Home Security?

There are several things that make trail cameras a great tool to help provide security for your home or other property.

There are several things that make trail cameras a great tool to help provide security for your home or other property. For one, they’re relatively inexpensive and easy to set up. They can be left unattended for long periods of time. Many current models can record up to 4K HD video and take amazing pictures, even while remaining undetectable at night. They are also very portable and can be put in places that don’t have electric service. Plus, some of them can even send images directly to your cell phone or email account.

If you are worried about vandalism or theft of your property you don’t have to sit by and just hope for the best. You can use trail cameras as an easy-to-use and cost-effective way to monitor your property – even in remote areas.

However, before buying a trail camera for security purposes you need to know your specific needs so you can better understand the features you should be looking for when buying a camera.

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Tactacam REVEAL X Gen 2.0 Cellular Trail Camera Review

Tactacam REVEAL X Gen 2.0 Cellular Trail-Camera

If you are a hunter or property owner that uses cellular trail cameras to monitor remote areas you are looking for a reliable scouting tool that helps you stay connected and informed. However, when it comes to cellular trail cams there isn’t always a reliable cell signal from every provider in the locations you want … Read more

Tactacam REVEAL X-Pro Cellular Trail Camera Review

Tactacam REVEAL X-Pro Cellular Trail Camera

Are you tired of the limitations found on many cellular trail cameras? If so, you’re not alone. Many hunters and property owners are frustrated by the lack of features found on cellular trail cameras, like giving away their location at night, not transmitting HD pictures or video, only being able to operate on one carrier’s … Read more

Do Cellular Trail Cameras Require a Subscription? (Uncovering the Truth)

Do Cellular Trail Cameras Require a Subscription?

Increasingly popular and widely used among hunters, property owners, researchers, and wildlife enthusiasts alike, cellular trail cameras offer a convenient way to capture footage in the wilderness or other remote areas without having to physically be present. But do cellular trail cameras require a subscription in order to function? This is a common question and … Read more

How Does a Trail Camera Work? – The Complete Guide

How Do Trail Cameras Work?

How Do Trail Cameras Work?

Trail cameras are a type of camera that is frequently used by hunters, wildlife enthusiasts, and property owners. These cameras are designed to be left unattended for long periods of time as they take photos or videos of the animals or people that moved in front of it.

But how do trail cameras work? In this article, we’ll answer that question and explore everything you need to know about these amazing devices.

What Is a Trail Camera Used For?

The most common use for trail cameras is to monitor game animals or other wildlife in an area. They are usually mounted on trees or posts in strategic locations, such as near a water source or along a game trail, in order to get the best possible pictures or videos of wildlife. Trail cameras are a valuable tool for hunters, as they can help to pattern the behavior of game animals.

The second most common use for trail cameras is for security and surveillance purposes on both personal and commercial properties. Some people who are using trail cameras for security and surveillance purposes might opt for a camera with cellular connectivity depending on how quickly they want to see the pictures and videos it has captured.

How Do Trail Cameras Work?

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Meidase P90 Trail Camera Review

Meidase P90 Trail Camera

Trail cameras with WiFi and Bluetooth have taken the hunting scene by storm. These trail cameras are easy-to-use, have plenty of features, and typically are pretty affordable. They are more versatile than other trail cameras because you can connect to them from a distance with your mobile device (phone or tablet). This allows you to … Read more

Campark T80 Trail Camera Review

Campark T80 Trail Camera

Sometimes walking right up to your trail camera to swap out the memory card or change the camera’s setting isn’t convenient. For example, if you have your trail camera posted from an elevated position you probably don’t want to carry a ladder to the camera’s location every time you want to check the pictures and … Read more

Campark T85 Trail Camera Review

Campark T85 Trail Camera

There are lots of scenarios where you want to keep the location of your trail camera hidden. Sometimes you might be using it on public land and don’t want unethical people to steal it. Other times you might want to use it as a security camera and don’t want to tip off potential trespassers or … Read more

6 Tips to Prevent Trail Cameras From Having False Triggers

False Trigger

It is frustrating to check the SD card on your trail camera only to find out that the memory card is filled up with pictures and videos that have no subject in them. If you are asking, “Why does my trail camera take pictures of nothing?” your camera is the victim of false triggers.

Bushnell defines a trail camera as having a false trigger when the passive infrared sensor (PIR sensor) thinks that there is motion and heat in front of the camera lens and captures an image or video when in fact there is no subject in the image.

Having a trail camera taking pictures of nothing is bad enough, but to make matters worse, these false triggers drain your trail camera’s batteries. This can require you to be constantly purchasing new batteries for your camera regardless of how energy efficient it is.

Luckily, we have a list of the top 6 easy things you can do to help avoid false triggers with your trail camera.

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Campark TC06 Trail Camera Review: A Comprehensive Look

Campark TC06 4k 60MP Wifi Dual Lens Trail Camera With Color Night Vision

The Campark TC06 trail camera is popular among hunters, wildlife enthusiasts, and property owners who have tried it. The feature-laden TC06 not only allows you to record 4K video, but it can also take 60MP photos and offers Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. Plus, its innovative dual-lens system helps optimize your photos and videos both day … Read more

Campark TC07 Trail Camera Review: A Closer Look

Campark TC07 4K 60MP WiFi Solar Power Dual Lens Trail Camera

The Campark TC07 is a 4K trail camera that has been getting a lot of attention lately. In addition to being able to record 4K video, the TC07 can take 60MP photos and offers Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, and solar power. It also has a dual-lens system that helps optimize your photos and videos both … Read more

Buying Guide for Best Rated Trail Cameras

Browning Strike Force HD Pro Trail Camera Review

Updated July 6, 2022 

SPYPOINT Link-MicroThese days people seem to be getting busier and busier. People are having difficulty finding time for leisure activities including hunting. Many hunters might only be able to head out into the woods for just a couple of days a year. So when they head off to their deer stand or blind they want to go to a location that will give them a good chance of seeing activity and being successful. Unless you are okay leaving your success to chance you want information to help you know where and when you should hunt. One of the best ways to get information about deer or other game in your area is to use a trail camera.

Trail cameras allow you to capture pictures or videos 24 hours a day along with important information about the time and conditions when each image or video clip was recorded. The problem is that there are a dizzying number of models to choose from with each having its own unique combination of features. So it can feel daunting to identify what features and specifications that are most important to you so you can get a trail camera that meets your needs regardless of your budget.

This guide is meant to help inform you about the most important features of trail cameras and what specifications you should be targeting whether you’re on a budget or price is no object.

1. Image Quality

Image quality is easily the most important feature to consider when buying a new trail camera. The most important thing to look at with regard to image quality is the number of megapixels, which is abbreviated as MP. Megapixels is how image resolution is measured – and the more megapixels, the better.

That may not be much of a surprise, but what is surprising is how crisp of an image even a lower megapixel camera (like 8-10 MP) can display. This may not mean much to those for whom price is no obstacle, but for everyone else it’s significant. As long as you have sufficient lighting, a megapixel count from 8-12 MP should be fine for most situations. More mid-range priced cameras range between 14-16 MP. If, however, you want to focus on nighttime photography or capturing images of fast-moving animals, the higher-priced cameras usually range between 16-20 MPs. There are even some luxury models that come with 30 MP resolution. Of course, the higher the resolution – the more you money will expect to spend.

Another thing buyers want to think about is the fact that higher resolution images will fill up the storage space on your memory card more quickly. This can be a problem for people who intend on leaving their trail camera for an extended period of time before checking it – especially if it is in an area with a lot of activity. Luckily, most trail cameras will allow you to choose if you want to capture images at the maximum resolution the camera is capable of or at a lower resolution to help you save on storage space. However, most people will be fine having their cameras on the maximum resolution setting if they have a large enough memory card.

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How to Make Any Trail Camera Cellular

SPYPOINT CELL-LINK Universal Cellular Trail Camera Adapter

SPYPOINT CELL-LINK Universal Cellular Trail Camera Adapter

Whether you are using it for security purposes or trying to figure out the perfect location for your next hunt, have you ever put your trail camera out to monitor an area and wished that it was a cellular trail camera instead so you could see the pictures it captured right away and eliminate the need to go out to the camera and pull its memory card?

If you are like most of us your answer is probably yes. But how?

So let’s talk about how you can make make your trail camera have cellular trail camera capabilities, what your options are, how much it will cost, and when it makes sense to do it.

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Moultrie Mobile Delta Base Cellular Trail Camera Review

Moultrie Mobile Delta Base Cellular Trail Camera

Back in 2021 when we reviewed the Moultrie Mobile Delta cellular trail camera we were pretty impressed. It was one of the few cellular trail cameras that came with a no glow flash and still a very affordable price, which put it in some pretty exclusive company. In 2022, Moultrie released an updated version of … Read more

Campark T45A Trail Camera Review

Campark T45 Trail Camera Review

If you have ever used a trail camera before you know how frustrating it can be to check your camera only to find a bunch of empty images – even though you know that something or someone (if you are using the camera for security purposes) came through the area.

If you are looking for a traditional trail camera that will help minimize or reduce this frustration the Campark T45 could be just what you are looking for. Plus, when you look at its amazing set of features and specs you will be hard-pressed to find a similarly equipped camera that is more affordable.

 Campark T45A Upgrade Trail Camera 16MP 1080P Hunting Game Camera

Why Do So Many Trail Cameras Take Empty Pictures?

If you place a trail camera in a large open space you want the camera to capture images and video covering as much of that space as possible. Too often something comes through the area and the trail camera captures images with nothing in them or perhaps doesn’t capture any images at all.

One example of this would be if you placed the camera facing a field or food plot. Deer or other animals could come from any number of directions and even if they come very close to where your camera is positioned it might fail to capture images or video of the deer is too far to the left or right. This same scenario can play out in the woods if you have your trail camera positioned where two deer trails converge.

This can happen for 5 reasons:  

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APEMAN H45 Trail Camera Review

APEMAN H45 Trail Camera

APEMAN H45 Trail CameraHaving a trail camera that you feel like you can’t use for certain purposes can feel frustrating? This usually relates to the type of flash the camera has. If your camera has a white flash or low glow flash it will be at higher risk of being stolen if you try to use it to scout game animals on public land or if you want to use it as a security camera.

Having a flash that the human eye cannot detect is why no glow trail cameras have become increasingly popular. However, a lot of trail cameras with no glow flash are priced significantly higher and/or have fewer features than their low glow counterparts. So what should you do if you are a budget-conscious consumer or would like to buy multiple low glow trail cameras without breaking the bank?

So What Should You Do?

Luckily some trail camera manufacturers have recognized this need and have responded with trail cameras that are very affordably priced. One of the companies that have released affordably priced no glow trail cameras is APEMAN.

Introducing the APEMAN H45 Trail Camera

APEMAN H45 Trail Camera

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The super-affordable APEMAN H45 is a great choice for hunting, wildlife monitoring, farm monitoring, and home security surveillance. In addition to its no glow flash, which isn’t often found on such a budget-friendly camera, the H45 features include a 16MP camera that was recently upgraded from 12MP.

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APEMAN H40 Mini Trail Camera Review

APEMAN H40 Trail Camera

APEMAN H40 Trail Camera

Being able to hide a trail camera’s location is important to people who want to use their camera on public land or for security purposes. The size of a trail camera and having an exterior that blends into its surroundings are two things that make concealing its location a lot easier.

Even though the exact camo pattern and color can vary from model to model, these days most trail cameras have a camo exterior.

Unfortunately, too many times trail cameras are bigger than you would like or if they are small, are missing important features as the manufacturer tries to cut down the camera’s size. Then when you do find a small trail camera with good features it is often overpriced.

We really like the APEMAN H40 mini trail camera because it avoids the pitfalls that so many other trail cameras fall into.

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APEMAN H55 Trail Camera Review

APEMAN H55 Trail Camera

There are a lot of affordable trail camera options out there, but it is exceedingly rare to find models that have no glow flash while still being affordable. Sometimes low glow flash simply doesn’t meet a person’s needs, which usually means that you need to choose between doing without no glow flash or spending a … Read more

APEMAN H60 Trail Camera Review

APEMAN H60 Trail Camera

APEMAN H60 Trail Camera

Sometimes when you are using a trail camera you don’t know exactly where you should place the camera because you don’t know the area and aren’t exactly sure where the activity will be taking place. In situations like that, it is important to have a trail camera that can monitor and capture the action from a very wide area.

Thankfully, the APEMAN H60 is one of the trail cameras that can help you address this sort of problem by not requiring you to know exactly where you need to place the camera when you are unfamiliar with an area.

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Meidase P60 Trail Camera Review

Meidase P60 Trail Camera

You don’t want to miss shots with your trail camera, but you also don’t want to break the bank either. This is especially true when choosing between no glow trail cameras. Often, you are choosing between expensive cameras that have the options you want or more affordable models that are often stripped-down with few features … Read more

Tactacam REVEAL XB Cellular Trail Camera Review

Tactacam REVEAL XB Cellular Trail Camera

Sometimes when you find the place you want to monitor with a trail camera it is fraught with problems or worries like:  Will the trail camera spook deer or other game animals? Will the camera get stolen or vandalized? You also need to consider how much will it cost to check the trail camera. If … Read more

Campark T180 Trail Camera Review

Campark T180 4K 36MP Solar Powered WiFi Bluetooth Trail Camera

It’s a pain to check your trail camera when it is posted in an elevated position or in another hard-to-reach location. And having the batteries die is the worst. Do you hate lugging around a ladder or wading through thick brush to check your trail camera? Or are you constantly worried about the batteries in … Read more

GardePro E8 Trail Camera Review

GardePro E8 Trail Camera

If you don’t need a cellular trail camera, but want to use a trail camera for security purposes or to monitor game animals on public land most people will want a camera with no glow flash and wireless connectivity (Bluetooth and WiFi) that can be used in multiple settings. The has these features and more … Read more

Tactacam REVEAL X Cellular Trail Camera Review

Tactacam REVEAL X Cellular Trail Camera

The popular is a state-of-the-art cellular trail camera that has a wide range of features and functions. Plus, it comes at a super affordable price and has very affordable data plan options to choose from. We’ve gone over the specs of the Tactacam REVEAL X and compared it to the competition so you can decide … Read more

Meidase P80 Trail Camera Review

Meidase P80 Trail Camera

The Meidase P80 is one of a growing number of trail cameras that offer Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. These cameras allow you to easily access the camera from up to 50 feet away. This is ideal if you want to place the camera in an elevated position or other hard-to-reach location. Placing trail cameras like … Read more

Campark T150 Trail Camera Review

Campark T150 4K 30MP Solar Powered WiFi Bluetooth Trail Camera

If you have a 4K trail camera you most likely bought it to capture the amazingly detailed 4K video. However, recording video, especially if the camera is posted in a busy location, can really drain your batteries. If you let the camera soak for long periods of time before checking the videos it has captured, … Read more

GardePro A3S Trail Camera Review

GardePro A3S Trail Camera

The most versatile trail cameras have features like no glow flash, multiple PIR sensors to provide a wide detection angle, long detection and flash ranges, and adjustable settings. No matter the environment you put cameras like these into, you know that they will be up to the task. Plus with no glow flash, they can … Read more

TOPVISION 4K Lite WiFi/Bluetooth Trail Camera Review

TOPVISION 4K Lite WiFi Bluetooth Trail Camera

Having a trail camera that can record 4K videos is a valuable asset for any hunter or property owner. The addition of Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity to these cameras only increases their value as it allows the user to retrieve the pictures and videos using an app on their phone without having to physically retrieve … Read more

Browning Defender Wireless Pro Scout Cellular Trail Camera Review

Browning Defender Wireless Pro Scout Cellular Trail Camera

Sometimes it feels like you need to be ready to make a compromise when you are looking to make the step up to a cellular trail camera. Some cameras don’t record or transmit videos. Other cameras struggle in low-light conditions. Still, other cameras require long term a subscription to get a good price on a … Read more

SPYPOINT LINK-DARK & LINK-DARK-V Cellular Trail Camera Review

SPYPOINT LINK-DARK Cellular Trail Camera

Trail cameras are a great way to monitor game animals and to check your property, but they can present you with some headaches when deciding where to set them up. The first struggle is that they are not always in a convenient location and it can take a lot of time and money to check … Read more

SPYPOINT LINK-S & LINK-S-V Cellular Trail Camera Review

SPYPOINT-Link-S Cellular Trail Camera Review

If you are an avid hunter or simply an avid trail camera user, you may have noticed a few trends in the world of trail cameras. One of these trends is the use of cellular technology and another is the use of external power supplies, specifically solar panels. Cellular trail cameras allow you to see … Read more

GardePro E6 Trail Camera Review

GardePro E6 Trail Camera

Having a wireless trail camera is great because being able to connect to your trail camera via WiFi and Bluetooth gives you the flexibility to use it in harder-to-access locations. However, sometimes the range of some camera’s wireless signals doesn’t allow you to connect to them from a very far distance, which means that you … Read more

Mini Trail Cameras

Campark T20-1

Today, we have several different trail camera manufacturers creating many different models with a wide array of features. You may have noticed that many of these cameras are marketed as “mini” trail cameras with several new mini trail cameras hitting the market in the past few years. These mini trail cameras are becoming increasingly popular … Read more

4K Trail Cameras

Browning Recon Force 4K EDGE Trail Camera

The year 2017 was a big one in the world of trail cameras since that is when Stealth Cam released the first 4K trail camera. With 4K technology making its way to TVs, computer monitors, smartphones, and video game consoles it was exciting to see a trail camera that could take advantage of these advances. … Read more

Campark T200 4K Trail Camera Review

Campark T200 Trail Camera

Over the years there have been a lot of advancements in the technology that goes into trail cameras. Now we have trail cameras that can record video in 4K and have the capability to support massive memory cards that are capable of storing almost mind-boggling amounts of video footage and pictures. With all of the … Read more

GardePro E5 Trail Camera Review

GardePro E5 Trail Camera

When using trail cameras to capture pictures and videos at night there can be lots of situations where you worry about the camera’s flash spooking animals or alerting people to the camera’s location. Let’s face it sometimes you just need a trail camera with no glow flash. Unfortunately, trail cameras with no glow flash are … Read more

Campark T90 4K Lite Trail Camera Review

Campark T90 4K Lite Trail Camera

Campark T90 4K Lite Trail Camera

Even though there is an increasing number of 4K trail cameras available in the market today, finding a 4K trail camera that is affordable, easy to use, and comes with the other features you are looking for can be a challenge.

Too often it is a choice between getting a 4K trail camera that doesn’t have all the features you need or spending more than you want to in order to get the features you need.

So the Campark T90 4K Lite Trail Camera is a trail camera is a welcomed option since it is both affordable and has all of the important features that most people are looking for in a high-quality 4K trail camera.

Introducing the Campark T90 Trail Camera

 Campark T90 WiFi Trail Camera 4K Lite 24MP Blueto

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While the Campark T90 is priced a bit higher than entry-level trail cameras, it is an absolute bargain when compared to most other 4K trail cameras. After seeing its affordable price most people are surprised to see its long list of high-end features including wireless connectivity, wide detection angle, and fast trigger speed.

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Browning Recon Force 4K EDGE Trail Camera Review

Browning Recon Force 4K EDGE Trail Camera

Entry-level trail cameras can get the job done for a lot of people, but sometimes people are putting trail cameras in situations where the maximum level of detail in the videos and pictures they capture is paramount. For those people, trail cameras that can record in 4K like the Browning Recon Force 4K EDGE are a terrific choice.

People who need a 4K trail camera usually want more than just basic features and specs. In fact, they often not only want higher-end features, but they also want customizable features. Since cameras like these are priced more than entry-level models buyers also want to buy these cameras from a trusted company like Browning.

Luckily, the Browning Recon Force 4K EDGE trail camera is currently regarded as being one of the top 4K trail cameras out there. Let’s take a closer look and if it is a good fit for you.

Introducing the Browning Recon Force 4K EDGE Trail Camera

Browning Trail Cameras Recon Force Edge 4K Trail Camera, Camo, 7-4K BTC 7-4K Edge

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The Browning Recon Force 4K EDGE is a premium camera that comes at a fair price. Not only does it record terrific videos and super detailed pictures, but it does so with a host of features that aren’t found on a lot of other trail cameras. This full-featured camera, with its many customizable settings, is a great choice for many of the most demanding situations.

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Campark T100 4K Trail Camera Review

Campark T100 4K Trail Camera

There has always been a desire from consumers in the trail camera market to find a camera with fantastic picture and video resolutions. With the advent of affordable high definition computer monitors and televisions, first in 1080p and more recently in 4K, the demand for trail cameras with better resolutions has only increased.

Some people want a 4K trail camera for the fun of it so they can view videos and images on the 4K screens that they already have. For other people who use trail cameras for property and surveillance purposes, it is vital to have a camera that can capture even the smallest of details.

Regardless of which type of user you are the Campark T100 4K Trail Camera, with WiFi and Bluetooth, is a camera that can meet your needs.

Introducing the Campark T100 4K Trail Camera

Campark T100 4K 30MP WiFi Bluetooth Trail Game Camera

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The Campark T100 is a high-end trail camera that is available at a reasonable price. In addition to its high resolution 4K camera, the T100 has several customizable features that along with its WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities make it a very versatile trail camera.

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Best Cellular Trail Camera Reviews and Buying Guide

2G Cellular Trail Cameras

Updated December 7, 2020

Best Cellular Trail CameraFor 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 about the game animals in your area can be the difference between success and failure in their outdoor activities. Property owners who use game cameras for surveillance and security purposes know that getting viewing images and videos in a timely fashion is very important if there is a theft or vandalism. That being said, depending on your situation, it may 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 send pictures and videos to you as soon as they are taken.

Cellular trail cameras can send you pictures and videos immediately after they are captured. They can allow you to know what is going on in the woods or on your property in real-time, without you needing to physically go check the trail cameras and if you are using them for hunting, without running the risk that you will be scaring the game animals out of your area and contaminating the area with human scent. Thankfully, there are a lot of terrific trail cameras to choose from these days and the prices have really come down from where they were just a few years ago.

In a Hurry? Here is a List of the Cellular Trail Cameras We Recommend:

Comparison of Cellular Trail Cameras

SPYPOINT LINK-DARK Cellular Trail Camera 42 LED Invisible Infrared Flash Game Camera with 80-foot Flash and 100-foot Detection Range LTE-Capable Cellular Trail Camera 12MP 0.07-second Trigger Speed
Covert Blackhawk LTE - Verizon Realtree
CuddeLink Dual Cell, Model# K-5789
Bushnell Impulse 20MP Cellular No Glow Trail Camera, Verizon
SPYPOINT Link Micro with 16GB MicroSD (Smallest on The Market!) Wireless/Cell Trail Camera, 4 Power LEDs, Fast 4G Photo Transmission w/Preactivated SIM, Fully Configurable via App (Link-Micro-V)
My Camera Name
SPYPOINT LINK-DARK & LINK-DARK-V
Covert Blackhawk LTE (VERIZON) & Covert Code Black LTE (AT&T)
Cuddeback CuddeLink Dual Cell Model # K-5789
Bushnell Impulse
SPYPOINT Link-Micro
Camera Resolution
12MP
20MP
20MP
20MP
10MP
Video Resolution
720p
1080p
720p
1080p
NA - Doesn't record video
Flash Type
No Glow
No Glow
Dual Flash that allows you to choose between No Glow and Low Glow flash options
No Glow
Low Glow
Flash Range
80 feet
100 feet
100 feet
100 feet
80 feet
Trigger Speed
0.07 second
0.65 second
0.25 second
0.2 second
0.5 second
Cellular Network
LINK-DARK (AT&T) & LINK-DARK-V (Verizon)
Covert Blackhawk LTE (VERIZON) & Covert Code Black LTE (AT&T)
Verizon & AT&T Models are available
AT&T & Verizon versions available
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SPYPOINT LINK-DARK Cellular Trail Camera 42 LED Invisible Infrared Flash Game Camera with 80-foot Flash and 100-foot Detection Range LTE-Capable Cellular Trail Camera 12MP 0.07-second Trigger Speed
My Camera Name
SPYPOINT LINK-DARK & LINK-DARK-V
Camera Resolution
12MP
Video Resolution
720p
Flash Type
No Glow
Flash Range
80 feet
Trigger Speed
0.07 second
Cellular Network
LINK-DARK (AT&T) & LINK-DARK-V (Verizon)
Covert Blackhawk LTE - Verizon Realtree
My Camera Name
Covert Blackhawk LTE (VERIZON) & Covert Code Black LTE (AT&T)
Camera Resolution
20MP
Video Resolution
1080p
Flash Type
No Glow
Flash Range
100 feet
Trigger Speed
0.65 second
Cellular Network
Covert Blackhawk LTE (VERIZON) & Covert Code Black LTE (AT&T)
CuddeLink Dual Cell, Model# K-5789
My Camera Name
Cuddeback CuddeLink Dual Cell Model # K-5789
Camera Resolution
20MP
Video Resolution
720p
Flash Type
Dual Flash that allows you to choose between No Glow and Low Glow flash options
Flash Range
100 feet
Trigger Speed
0.25 second
Cellular Network
Verizon & AT&T Models are available
Bushnell Impulse 20MP Cellular No Glow Trail Camera, Verizon
My Camera Name
Bushnell Impulse
Camera Resolution
20MP
Video Resolution
1080p
Flash Type
No Glow
Flash Range
100 feet
Trigger Speed
0.2 second
Cellular Network
AT&T & Verizon versions available
SPYPOINT Link Micro with 16GB MicroSD (Smallest on The Market!) Wireless/Cell Trail Camera, 4 Power LEDs, Fast 4G Photo Transmission w/Preactivated SIM, Fully Configurable via App (Link-Micro-V)
My Camera Name
SPYPOINT Link-Micro
Camera Resolution
10MP
Video Resolution
NA - Doesn't record video
Flash Type
Low Glow
Flash Range
80 feet
Trigger Speed
0.5 second
Cellular Network
-

Is There a Difference Between Cellular and Wireless Trail Cameras?

Wireless Trail Cameras Defined

A wireless trail camera allows you to view the pictures or videos it captures without needing to connect cables to the camera or removing the memory card. Wireless game cameras send these files to your computer or smartphone in one of two ways.

One way that these files can be transferred wirelessly is through the use of Bluetooth technology. These Bluetooth enabled cameras will allow you to connect to the camera with your smartphone or computer via a Bluetooth connection and transfer the pictures and video that way. The one negative about these cameras is that you will still need to be relatively close to them (100 feet or less in most cases) to make the Bluetooth connection and download the files onto your device.

The other way these cameras can transfer information wirelessly is through the use of a Wi-Fi internet connection. Once connected to the internet these Wi-Fi enabled cameras can send you the pictures and videos it captures. One drawback to Wi-Fi enabled trail cameras is that they need to stay within the Wi-Fi range so it can make a connection. Another drawback for Wi-Fi enabled trail cameras is that they will drain your batteries faster if they are always connected to the internet (so you might want to consider a solar panel or battery box for these models).

Cellular Trail Cameras Defined

One way in which cellular trail cameras differ from wireless trail cameras is that they have a much greater range. Instead of needing to keep it within range of a Wi-Fi signal so it can connect to the internet or walking up to within 100 feet or less of the game camera to receive images and/or videos all you need to do with a cellular game camera is to put it in an area that has a strong enough cellular signal so it can make a connection (like your cellphone).

This freedom to post the camera in the areas you are most interested in monitoring means that you can get the information you want and thanks to cellular technology you can get that information when you want it.

Cellular Game Cams are Often Referred to as “Wireless”

Even though wireless technology doesn’t necessarily mean cellular technology most people who use the term wireless trail camera are actually referring to a trail cam that uses cellular technology to send photos and videos.

Note:  Because in the trail camera world the terms wireless and cellular are used interchangeably we want you to know that anytime we might use the phrases wireless trail camera or wireless game camera in the rest of this article we are referring to a cellular trail cam.

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 of deer and other wild game from my trail camera emailed to me during the season can help me make those critical in-season decisions 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. You can read our complete buying guide for trail cameras here.

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

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SPYPOINT LINK-MICRO-S-LTE Trail Camera Review

SPYPOINT LINK-MICRO-S-LTE Trail Camera

Hunters appreciate trail cameras because they allow you the opportunity to monitor the activity and behavior of game animals without having to worry about disturbing the deer or other game animals with your presence and human scent. The problem with most trail cameras is that at some point you will still need to go out … Read more

Campark T75 Trail Camera Review

Campark T75 Trail Camera

Versatility is an important word when it comes to trail cameras. Unless you have a feeder and plan on putting your trail camera right in front of it for the next several years you never know what situation or setting you will be putting your trail camera in. That is why you want a versatile … Read more

Toguard H80 Trail Camera Review

Toguard H80 Trail Camera

WiFi trail cameras are becoming more and more common these days. Priced between the cheapest entry-level trail cameras and the more expensive cellular trail cameras, WiFi-enabled trail cameras often offer a lot of features for a very reasonable price. These WiFi-enabled trail cameras can be used in a wide variety of situations. One thing that … Read more

Toguard H85 Trail Camera Review

Toguard H85 Trail Camera

If you monitor the deer and other wildlife so you can understand their behavior patterns you can greatly increase your chance of having a successful hunting season. Using trail cameras is a great way to get this information without constantly disturbing the area you plan to hunt once the season arrives. You never know the … Read more

Moultrie Mobile XA7000i & XV7000i Cellular Trail Camera Review

Moultrie Mobile 7000i Cellular Trail Camera

Cellular trail cameras can cost a lot of money and sometimes they don’t have everything that you need. Either it doesn’t have a feature you are looking for, a certain spec or specs are subpar, the cellular plan can be too expensive, or the app is poor and in some cases nonexistent. Luckily for us, … Read more

Wildgame Innovations Terra Extreme 14MP Trail Camera Review

Wildgame Innovations Terra Extreme 14MP Trail Camera

If you shop around for trail cameras you might have noticed that there are a lot of newer companies out there and they seem to make a lot of really affordable cameras. However, some people who are looking for an entry-level trail camera don’t feel comfortable buying something from a company that hasn’t been in … Read more

Toguard H20 Mini Trail Camera Review

Toguard H20 Mini Trail Camera

If you want to maximize the amount of information you can collect when monitoring game animals it is really advantageous to have multiple trail cameras in the field. However, when you start buying multiple game cameras the cost of your investment can really start to add up. Then if you plan on using these trail … Read more

Victure HC200 Trail Camera Review

Victure HC200 Trail Camera

Updated July 3, 2020

Trail cameras can be expensive and unless we are using them for something like home security we are usually using them for leisure activities or hobbies and usually we can’t, or don’t want to, break the bank for these activities and hobbies. I use my trail cameras for hunting, but regardless of your intended use there are a lot of reasons why you might not want to buy a high priced trail camera:

  • You need to buy multiple trail cameras and don’t want the total cost to get out of control.
  • You are planning to use the trail camera on public land and worry that it might get stolen.
  • You are simply trying to stay on a budget.

Regardless of your reason for wanting a budget-friendly trail camera, the Victure HC200 might be the perfect model for you. Not only is this Victure model budget-friendly, but it packs a lot of high-quality features that you might not expect on a camera that is this affordable.

Victure HC200 Trail Camera

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Campark T70 Trail Camera Review

Campark T70 Trail Camera

Campark T70 Trail CameraIt can be very hard to find a trail camera that is value-priced and comes with a no glow flash. Too often no glow trail cameras are priced out of range of budget-conscious buyers and are difficult to consider purchasing for people who might be thinking of buying multiple trail cameras. Thankfully, the Campark T70 trail camera has helped address this problem.

Why Should You Want A No Glow Trail Camera?

If we were to give you a one-word answer to this question it would be VERSATILITY.

Having a trail camera with no glow flash means that it remains completely undetectable when capturing pictures or videos at night.

Since these cameras won’t disclose their location at night you can feel confident putting them in locations and use them for purposes that might not be appropriate for their low glow counterparts. You can use them for security cameras since trespassers or thieves won’t know where they are located even if they look directly at the no glow camera while it is in use. You can also feel more confident putting a no glow trail camera on public hunting land without fear of it being stolen by unscrupulous hunters.

Introducing the Campark T70 Trail Camera

Campark T70 Trail Camera

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The Campark T70 is an inexpensive bread-and-butter trail camera that covers all of your basic wildlife surveillance needs with the huge bonus of having a no glow flash. This camera is a sturdy and energy-efficient trail camera that is capable of staying active without any attention for a whole season. Plus, its high definition camera and quick shutter speed help it to capture every passing animal. With this solid feature set, the T70 is a reliable way of capturing high-quality images and videos over a long time frame and with minimal maintenance.

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Why Is My Trail Camera Not Taking Pictures?

Trail Camera Out of Order

What To Check If Your Trail Camera Is Not Taking Any Pictures?If you have ever gone to check your trail camera and found that it hasn’t been taking pictures or recording videos you know that it can be very frustrating. Is it broken? Do you need to adjust the settings? Is it something else altogether?

The good news is that these days trail cameras are pretty dependable and durable. So before you run out and buy a new camera there are a few things that you can do to troubleshoot and easily fix most problems.

Depending on the specific symptoms your trail camera is experiencing the main culprit(s) behind your problem can vary. So let’s break it down by the situation.

Tips On What To Check If Your Trail Camera Is Not Taking Any Pictures

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SPYPOINT Link-Micro Review

SPYPOINT Link-Micro

SPYPOINT Link-MicroIf you are familiar with trail cameras you already know that they can be expensive. Then if you want something like a cellular trail camera the price can sometimes be out of reach for people who are on a budget or for people who need to buy multiple cellular trail cameras. Then to make matters worse, cellular trail cameras are often large and are easily spotted by people who might steal or vandalize the camera.

In addition to the price of the camera, you also need to purchase a data plan in order to have the images sent to you. If you have multiple cameras or have a camera placed in an area with a lot of activity the price of sending all those images can add up as well.

If you are a budget-conscious buyer who is looking for an affordable cellular trail camera the super-compact SPYPOINT Link-Micro might be a good option for you.

SPYPOINT Link-Micro (Smallest Cellular Trail Camera on The Market!)
  • TECHNOLOGY: SMALLEST cellular trail camera in the market! Powered by only 8 AA batteries and MicroSD card. Smaller than your hand! BUCK TRACKER - AI Image Recognition. Mobile app & web app capable with photo viewing on smartphone & computer
  • CELLULAR: 4G Photo transmission, works with major cellular providers nationwide, see Coverage Maps for performance. Preactivated SIM, mobile app capable, simple and fully configuration with app. Data plans available
  • PICTURE QUALITY: 10 MP, 4 Power LEDs, up to 80' Flash and Detection Range, 0.5s Trigger Speed, color photos by day, infrared by night, Multi-Shot and Continuous Modes
  • POWER: 16GB MicroSD memory card (not included), 8 AA batteries (not included), 12V jack Network 4G (HSPA+)

So Is It Possible to Find a Good Compact Cellular Trail Camera on a Budget?

Making an affordable cellular trail camera is exactly what SPYPOINT was trying to do when they made the Link-Mirco. They already have some terrific full-featured cellular trail camera options available, but this was their attempt to make a more compact entry-level model that could still meet peoples’ needs.

They went about trying to achieve this goal by doing 3 different things.

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Best Trail Camera Under $100 – Find Best Game Cams for the Money in 2020

Best Trail Cameras Under $100

Updated January 1, 2020

If you are in the market to get a new trail camera it doesn’t mean that you have to break the bank. Regardless of your reasons – maybe you are placing the game camera on public land, maybe you need to buy multiple cameras, or maybe your finances are tight – you can find a great trail camera at an affordable price.

That is why we have done some research to identify some good options that are currently available for under $100.

 Campark T45A Upgrade Trail Camera 16MP 1080P Hunting Game CameraCampark T45
Great all-around trail camera.
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Victure HC200
Super affordable with the ability to record HD videos in 1080p.
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APEMAN H45
Great for people who are considering having multiple cellular trail cameras.
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Moultrie A700i
Model with no glow flash and the ability to be upgraded to a cellular trail camera.
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Stealth Cam G42NG
Compact no glow trail camera with 100 ft. flash range. Great option for security purposes.
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APEMAN H70
Full-featured trail camera with great specs and lots of customizable features.
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When looking at the best trail cameras under $100 you need to think about which features are most important to you. If you are unsure of what features you should be looking for you might want to check out our buying guide for trail cameras. Among the things that you want to keep in mind are:

  • How many megapixels the camera has
  • Type of Flash
  • Flash Range
  • Trigger Speed
  • Price

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TOGUARD H45 Trail Camera Review

Toguard H45 Trail Camera

Trail camera users know that all too often you can end up feeling frustrated if you don’t have your trail camera set up just perfectly. One common frustration is when it doesn’t capture any pictures or video even though you know something came through the area. Another frustration comes from checking your trail camera only to find that the batteries are dead and the memory card is filled with a bunch of videos and pictures with nothing in them.

If you are looking for an affordable trail camera that will help eliminate these frustrations the TOGUARD H45 could be what you are looking for.

Toguard H45 Trail 14MP 1080P Wildlife Hunting Game Camera

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Why Do So Many Trail Cameras Take Empty Pictures Or Not Take Any Pictures At All?

When you are placing a trail camera by a food plot or another large open you want it to captures pictures and/or video covering as much of the space as you can. However, all too often something comes through the area and the camera doesn’t trigger (not taking any pictures or recording any video).

This can happen for 3 reasons:

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Bushnell 16MP Trophy Cam HD Essential E3 Trail Camera Review

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Essential E3

Sometimes it can be hard to find an affordable trail camera with good features and performance at a price that isn’t well over $100. That task can be even more difficult when you want to purchase a trail camera from a brand that has a name you are familiar and with a reputation you feel good about.

Luckily Bushnell helped make this job easier with their Trophy Cam HD Essential E3 low glow trail camera.

Bushnell Trophy Cam E3 Essential Trail Camera - Durable and Reliable, Captures 16MP Images and 720p HD Video with Adjustable Detection Range

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Reputation and History of Bushnell Trail Cameras

Bushnell, which was founded in 1948 by David P. Bushnell, is an American company that specializes in sporting optics and other outdoor products.

In addition to trail cameras, Bushnell’s product line includes binoculars, riflescopes, red dot sights, rangefinders, and spotting scopes (small portable high-powered telescopes).

So when you purchase a trail camera from Bushnell you can rest assured that you are buying from a company that isn’t making selling trail cameras as an afterthought. They have based their business on making quality optical products. Plus, they stand behind their products with a one year limited warranty.

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Stealth Cam DS4K Trail Camera Review

Stealth Cam DS4K Trail Camera Review

Now that 4K technology has begun making its’ way into the televisions and other devices we use in our homes it is only natural that people want to see this technology become available in more devices. This increasing demand for 4K technology isn’t just limited to the devices we use in our homes. Trail camera manufacturers know that many people want to see this technology in their next trail camera purchase as well.

Stealth Cam was one of the first companies that became aware of this demand. That is why they created the Stealth Cam STC-DS4K 4K trail camera, which is the first 4K trail camera. If you are someone who is looking for a top-performing trail camera that can record the highest quality videos the Stealth Cam DS4K is a great trail camera for you to look at buying.

What Is 4K Video and Do I Want it on My Trail Camera?

To answer this question we need to talk about pixels because the more pixels an image or video has the more detail it can display.

Traditional HD Video (1080p)

Let’s first talk about the standard for traditional HD which is 1080p, measured by the number of vertical pixels. It maxes out at 1920 horizontal columns of pixels and 1080 vertical rows of pixels, which comes out to a total of 2,073,600 pixels.

4K, Cinema 4K, Ultra HD, & 4K Ultra HD

The terms 4K and Ultra HD (UHD) are often used interchangeably by many people, but technically they are two different things. The term “4K” is a term that is often used generically to refer to a resolution with a horizontal pixel count of approximately 4,000. However, both Ultra High Definition (UHD) and 4K represent a massive step forward in terms of the number of pixels that comprise the images and as we already said the higher the number of pixels equates to more detail that can be displayed in the video. Let’s examine the two types of “4K” video more closely to learn their differences.

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Browning Recon Force 4K Trail Camera Review

Browning Recon Force 4K Trail Camera Review

Technology always seems to be advancing. That is true if we are talking about the television in your home or the trail camera you mount on a tree. That is the case with the Recon Force 4K Trail Camera from Browning.

Just as 4K technology has made it into the televisions and other products we use in our home it has made it into trail cameras as well.

If you want a full-featured game camera that can capture true 4K UHD video the Browning Recon Force 4K is certainly worthy of your consideration.

What Is 4K Video and Do I Want it on My Trail Camera?

To answer this question we need to talk about pixels because the more pixels an image or video has the more detail it can display.

Traditional HD Video (1080p)

Let’s first talk about the standard for traditional HD which is 1080p, measured by the number of vertical pixels. It maxes out at 1920 horizontal columns of pixels and 1080 vertical rows of pixels, which comes out to a total of 2,073,600 pixels.

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Should You Buy a 2G Cellular Trail Camera?

2G Cellular Trail Cameras

If you are thinking about investing in a cellular trail camera there are probably a ton of features that you are looking at, or sorting through. Sometimes it can actually feel a little overwhelming. Some of these features might include image quality (how many megapixels the camera has), trigger speed, type of flash (no glow vs. low glow vs. incandescent), flash range, video resolution, and which cellular carrier you should use. If you are feeling overwhelmed by all of the options and choices you can read our Cellular Trail Camera Buying Guide and Reviews as well as our original Buying Guide for Best Rated Trail Cameras, which covers more than just cellular trail cameras.

Due to the fact cellular carriers don’t have identical coverage areas many people think about which carrier the camera is able to use so they can make sure there is coverage in the area they wish to place the camera. However, sometimes people forget to see if the camera uses a 2G or 3G network. 2G service is becoming a thing of the past. So 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 in your area, which has already happened in many places. When this happens a 2G trail camera will still capture images and video, but it will no longer be able to transmit images, which is very frustrating when you just spent a bunch of money to get a cellular trail camera. If you look online there are tons of reviews where people have purchased 2G trail cameras only to find out that they don’t work where they want to set them up. That is why we recommend buying 3G cellular trail cameras in our Cellular Trail Camera Buying Guide.

So is there ever a situation when it is OK to buy a 2G cellular trail camera? Surprisingly there is one situation when you might want to consider buying a 2G cellular trail camera.

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Extinguisher Deer Call Might Be the Best & Makes a Great Gift

Illusion Systems Extinguisher Deer Call - Hunting Accessories for Men - Adjustable Pitch with Realistic Sounds - Freeze Resistant (Camo)

This past deer season I discovered a piece of equipment that I absolutely need to bring with me every time I head out to my deer stand. That piece of equipment is the Extinguisher Deer Call. If you are a deer hunter this is something that is a must-have and if you have a deer hunter in your family this is the perfect gift.

Until recently I never used a deer call. I knew that some other hunters used buck calls, but I followed the lead of my father who was a very successful deer hunter and never used one. My father passed away and has been gone for over 10 years now, but looking back I think a lot of our success over the past 25 years was due to picking great spots for our deer stands. However, in the past 10 years, it has become increasingly clear that we were seeing fewer deer than in years past. Part of this was probably due to the increasing challenges of hunting on public land. Another part is due to the increased numbers of wolves in the woods of northern Minnesota where we hunt. So I knew that we needed to try something.

In Minnesota, it isn’t legal to hunt over bait like it is in other parts of the country. So there are really only 3 things you can do to be successful.

  1. Select a good spot to hunt.
  2. Use scents and sent killers
  3. Use a call

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