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Bushnell Trail Camera Review – Trophy Cam 8 MP

Bushnell Trail Camera – Trophy Cam 8 MP Review

If owning a quality game trail camera is important to you, then you will be interested in this Bushnell trail camera review on the Trophy Cam 8 MP.

Bushnell is a well known brand to most hunters, making everything from binoculars, scopes, and GPS, to trail cameras.  If you need it for the outdoors, then Bushnell probably makes it, we have discovered.

The Bushnell Trophy Cam 8 MP is an 8 megapixel camera which beats most others hands down.  Many trail cameras offer only a 4 or 5 megapixel shot.  It is equipped with a 32-LED flash that is invisible to the animals, and to other hunters.  The capture range for images is 45 feet, and that is in total darkness!

Battery life for most trail cameras is a problem, but the Bushnell Trophy Cam 8 MP camera is said to have up to one year of battery life, and one-second trigger speed that captures video of up to 60 seconds, with audio.  It is also [click to continue…]

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Moultrie Game Spy D55 Camera

Moultrie Game Spy D55 Camera Review

Game cameras are not just for hunting anymore, as many people just love to capture game on film, but for avid hunters, a good game camera can mean the difference between a good and bad season.  The Moultrie Game Spy D55 is a medium priced camera that could serve your purposes very well.

Choosing a camera comes down to what features you want, and how much quality you want on the images.  Some people complain that less expensive cameras have pictures that are not real clear, while many hunters, just want to see what came through to their feeder, and what time it was there. [click to continue…]

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Moultrie Game Camera Review

Moultrie Game Spy I40 Review

If there is one thing that hunters love, it’s camping.  Setting up camp with a group of hunters for deer, elk, or whatever you are hunting is almost as much fun as the hunt.

Taking along a game camera to watch the action for a night or two can really increase the bounty.  The Moultrie Game Spy I40 is the camera that is being reviewed today, in order to help you select the right camera for your camp.

The Moultrie Game Spy I40 is camouflaged to hide it’s position from the animals.  The rapid trigger can shoot 4-megapixel color pictures by day, and video clips at any time. [click to continue…]

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Reconyx Trail Camera Review

Reconyx Trail Camera Review

Hunting season is always an exciting time, and knowing what is coming to your feeder ahead of time, really increases the excitement!  Once you see images of that big buck coming up to feed for a few nights in a row, you know your chances are good at getting that trophy.

The Reconyx Trail Camera Hyperfire HC600 is a trail camera that uses no-glow high output convert infrared technology, which eliminates the tell-tale red glow common to most game cameras. It is not a budget-priced game camera..but you do get what you pay for. [click to continue…]

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Wildgame Innovations Game Camera – 4.0MP

Wildgame Innovations Game Camera – 4.0MP Review

If you have ever wanted your children, or other family members, to go hunting with you but they just couldn’t get their enthusiasm up, then the Wildgame Innovations Game Camera – 4.0MP is one tool you might need.

This Wildgame Innovations Game Camera Review – 4.0MP  will reveal to you what comes with the camera, how it works, and how it can possibly get your loved ones interested in sharing your hobby.

This camera is not only economical, it is easy to use and very efficient.  The Wildgame Innovations Game Camera – 4.0MP comes with infrared flash technology, which serious hunters really love.  It’s like having eyes hidden in the woods. Each picture taken is clearly stamped with the date, time, and photo number.  The PIR(passive infrared sensor) is activated by motion or heat, but it must be in a 40 foot area. [click to continue…]

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Wildview Game Camera Review

Wildview Game Camera Review

Do you ever look at your deer feeder and wonder if it’s really deer eating all that corn?  Many hunters wonder that, and keep putting out more, trying to get deer to their special spot on a regular basis.

Well there is good news for all you hunters, and that is what this Wildview Game Camera Review – Xtreme 2 is all about.  No more will you wonder what is coming to your feeder to eat.

According to the makers of The Wildview Game Camera – Xtreme 2, it can be your eyes when you are not there, and let you know exactly what is coming to your feeder, and what time it arrived. [click to continue…]

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Cuddeback Trail Camera

Cuddeback Trail Camera Review

Would you like to enhance your hunting excursions?  Well you can with a trail camera, but all trail cameras are not created equal.

The Cuddeback Capture IR game scouting camera is designed with what the company calls “Centered Subject Technology”, which is supposed to yield centered photos, with fewer noses, fewer tails, and fewer blank images.

The Cuddeback Capture IR is said to get color pictures during the day and black and white infrared pictures at night. With the rotary switch programming system, it makes setup as easy as setting your alarm clock. [click to continue…]

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This video is a great example of the quality images that a Cuddeback wildlife digital game camera can produce. (sorry, I don’t know the exact model) [click to continue…]

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Here are examples of images and video taken with the  Bushnell trail camera.

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Here are examples of images and video taken with the  Reconyx trail camera. [click to continue…]

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Here are examples of images and video taken with the Moultrie trail camera. [click to continue…]

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Here are examples of images and video taken with the Wildview Game camera. [click to continue…]

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