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 32GB SD card compatible, for taking even more pictures.
The Bushnell Trophy Cam 8 MP trail camera mounts on any stationary object, with an adjustable web belt and 1/4-20 socket. The camera is also weatherproof, in order to stay out in the field in any kind of weather condition. Weighing only a little over one pound, The Bushnell Trophy Cam 8 MP camera is easy to use in multiple hunting locations.
Our Bushnell Trail Camera Review :
- Black and white text LCD display
- 8 megapixel full color image resolution
- Invisible nighttime flash with 32 LED’s
- Motion activated day or night
- 45 foot flash/sensor range
- Programmable trigger interval: one second to 60 minutes
- One to three images per trigger
- Wide screen resolution with audio
- 60 second video length
- Weatherproof construction for temp range of 5 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit
- SD card slot to support up to 32GB
- Up to one year per set of batteries
Pros & Cons
“The Bushnell Trophy Cam 8 MP Trail Camera was easy to setup. It works well, and it’s reasonably prices. I like it and will be buying another one.”
“I’ve been real happy with my Bushnell Trophy Cam 8 MP trail cam. I buy one new cam every year and for 2011 I bought this one. I did look at the Moultrie M-100 and I think it would have worked fine for my needs, but it was a bit more $$ than the Bushnell, and the fact that the Moultrie is a first year model made me stay with the Bushnell this year.”
“I received the Bushnell Trophy Cam 8 MP and am very pleased. I’ve had a lot of luck with these small Bushnell cameras. Battery life is great and trigger speed is also quite good. For clarification, this is the 2011 model with the field scan. Up to 8 meg images. My only semi negative feedback would be that with field scan you can only set one time period, so if you are going to take images during the morning and evening periods, you basically have to include the entire day or the entire night.”
“I was anxious to received my new Bushnell Trophy Cam 8 MP. It took about 5 minutes to set it up. I put in 4 lithium ion AA batteries and I set it up in my backyard to test it out, and I just say I was impressed with the photos. The videos were great too. I cannot wait to use it in the field this coming hunting season.”
“This is the 4th Bushnell Trophy Cam 8 MP I have owned. I will continue to purchase them over and over. They have a fantastic battery life, captures all the game, and has a great warranty.”
When doing this review we could find no negative customers reviews at all. This is a great vote of confidence for the Bushnell Trophy Cam 8 MP, and impressive. This camera is a little more expensive than many trail cameras, but as the old saying goes, “you get what you pay for”. In this case it appears that you get a great camera, with many great features to enhance your hunting pleasure.