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

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 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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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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