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

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

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