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

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

Campark T85 Trail CameraThere 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 thieves as to the camera’s location every time you want to check what was captured on the memory card.

So How Can You Keep Your Camera’s Location Hidden?

One way would be to get a cellular trail camera so pictures could be sent to you automatically (you can read our Best Cellular Trail Camera Reviews and Buying Guide if you are interested), but they are expensive and have monthly fees so they can use cellular networks.

If you don’t want to have the added expense of a cellular trail camera there are a few things your trail camera should have that will help keep it hidden and luckily the Campark T85 is one of those cameras that checks all those boxes.

Important features to look for include:

  • Camouflage exterior (most trail cameras already have this)
  • No Glow IR flash
  • Ability to connect wirelessly to other devices (to see and download pictures as well as to change the camera’s settings)

Introducing the Campark T85 Trail Camera

Campark T85 WiFi Bluetooth 20MP 1296P Trail Hunting Camera

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Campark T30 Trail Camera Review

Campark T30 Trail Camera

Campark T30 Trail CameraHave you ever set up a trail camera on a piece of property only to get a sliver of the game animal in the picture or video just because you didn’t have the camera pointed in just the right direction? Or worse yet, did you miss capturing an image of the animal at all?

Sometimes you don’t know where the activity will happen and the sensor on a traditional trail camera just doesn’t monitor a wide enough area. It can happen to anyone and when it does it is usually pretty frustrating. Luckily, there is a solution to this problem that doesn’t break the bank or require you to buy multiple trail cameras.

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How Can You Monitor A Wide Area With Just One Trail Camera?

The secret to monitoring a wider area without using multiple cameras lies in the passive infrared (PIR) sensors, which is the part of the camera that detects motion and triggers the camera to start recording videos or taking pictures.

Historically, most trail cameras had just one PIR sensor. That sensor would often have a detection angle of around 45°. That might sound like a lot, but it really isn’t. Imagine sitting with your eyes looking straight in front of you. You will miss noticing things if you can’t move your eyes or turn your head.

Knowing the limitations of traditional trail cameras with just one PIR sensor, many manufacturers have now started to make trail cameras with multiple PIR sensors to help people who need to monitor a wider area. They have been able to do this while still keeping the price of these trail cameras very affordable. The Campark T30 is one of those cameras.

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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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Campark T45 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 trail camera that will help minimize or reduce this frustration the Campark T45 could be what you are looking for.

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Why Do So Many Trail Cameras Take Empty Pictures?

If you place a trail camera 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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