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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.
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Two bungee cords f
USB mini 5 cable
Wildgame Innovations Game Camera – 4.0MP is encased in ABS plastic
40 foot flash sensor rage
Large LCD screen
Three fixed setting for easy set-up
64MB on board memory
The Wildgame Innovations Game Camera – 4.0 MP Has A One year warranty.
The Wildgame Innovations Game Camera 4.0MP takes still images (jpeg) and 30-second AVI digital videos. It’s active 24 hours per day but there is a delay of one minute on still images. The ABS plastic mentioned above is a weather resistant housing with a rubber gasket. The camera is easy to transport as it weights only 1.5 pounds.
Once you have the Wildgame Innovations Game Camera 4.0MP, let it do it’s job and get some great footage for you. Afterward, show it to your children, or the people you want to take in interest in your hobby. They will be amazed at how animals feed at night, and the many types of animals they will see. Even if they don’t hunt, they will love sitting outside
with you ,waiting for “the big one” to come along.
Pros & Cons
“ I think the Wildgame Innovations Game Camera – 4.0MP is a great product for the price. I’ve used it for two months straight now and it’s never had a hiccup. Both the picture mode and the 30 second video mode have worked really well, both day and night.”
“As far as the motion sensor sensitivity, it is really good. I’ve had very few false trips. A few times I thought that it took a video for no reason but realized it was picking up three or four quail walking on the ground out in front of it.”
“Picture quality is good for the price. I would compare the Wildgame Innovations Game Camera – 4.0MP to a lower quality point and shoot camera. The delay between the motion sensor and actually taking the picture is close to 3 or 4 seconds.”
Battery life is also really good. I bought some rechargeable 4500 Mah batteries and it will take pictures well over a month without killing the batteries. In the video mode it last a little over 2 weeks and I think this was because most of the video’s were at night, so it required the IR flash for well over 1.5 hours of video over the two weeks.”
“I have a lot of trail cameras. Let me say this first…this is not the top of the line camera, but I have 4 of them and they out compete my other cameras that cost more than twice this cost. I’m not crazy about the bungee cords, but they work just fine. Trust me, set the Wildgame Innovations Game Camera – 4.0MP out over a trail, scrape, or food source within 15 ft on video and you will not be upset.”
“If you buy this camera then invest in a case of batteries. Battery life was about 2 weeks max with 12 photos on average and no video. The sensing distance on the unit has dropped to about 3 feet. The daytime pictures are good, the night pics are fair. When the camera works as it is supposed to, it’s pretty good. The quality is about what you are paying for.”
“Stay away from this unit if you want something that works in warm weather. If it works in cooler weather, and that’s where you want to use it, then I think this might be a pretty good deal. Picture quality in both daylight and IR is pretty good.”
“If I stand right in front of the Wildgame Innovations Game Camera – 4.0MP and move around FOR A WHILE, it takes pictures and they are decent quality.”
“Last night I had the Wildgame Innovations Game Camera – 4.0MP in the yard. I saw a deer 10 feet directly in front of the camera, eating and moving for at least 5 minutes. No pictures were taken whatsoever.”
Customers feel the price is certainly right, and that the pictures taken by the Wildgame Innovations Game Camera – 4.0MP are of a good quality most of the time. Some of the complaints were that no pictures were taken of wildlife at all. People that had a real problem with the system were offered great customer service from Amazon and were happy to either get their money back, or try another camera.
This review suggest that the Wildgame Innovations Game Camera is not the lowest end camera, but it doesn’t always take the pictures quick enough, showing only the backside of an animal, or not even snapping the pictures at all. The weather seems to control how this camera operates as well. This review suggest that maybe a higher quality game camera should be considered for accurate readings.