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Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam HD Trail Camera with Night Vision

Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam HD Trail Camera with Night Vision

Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam HD Trail Camera with Night Vision

  • 8 MP high-quality full color resolution; 720p HD video with audio record; settings for widescreen (16:9) or fullscreen (4:3) images/video
  • 2 Programmable Field Scan Windows help better capture ?Dusk and Dawn? activity and eliminates need for daylong wasted images
  • Auto PIR has a built-in temperature sensor which self-regulates the passive infrared sensor for more consistent function in all conditions
  • Images display date, time, moon phase, temperature and name; GPS Geotag automatically embeds GPS coordinates to make tracking game movement and camera placement simple
  • Runs up to one year on one set of batteries

The Bushnell Trophy Cam offers 8 MP high-quality full color resolution and now features 720p HD video with audio record for the most vivid viewing experience possible. New Field Scan 2x gives you two windows of image capture to capitalize on dusk and dawn movement. Its 32 LEDs can capture images in total darkness with a range of 60 feet and Hyper Night Vision feature gives you the brightest possible after-dark images. The time stamps are more detailed than ever, and now include date, time, moon, temp and name, plus the addition of GPS Geotag to automatically embed each image with GPS coordinates for optimum tracking. To maximize consistency in all conditions, new Auto PIR setting automatically regulates sensitivity based on temperature. All


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One Comment/Review

  • S. Hagen says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Almost perfect, May 22, 2012
    S. Hagen

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    I have to admit that this is my first trail camera purchase so I have nothing to really compare it to. I would have rated it higher but there are some things that could be designed better.

    Also the picture is slightly different than what I recieved but I like it better. The “Bushnell HD” is not black on my unit but camo which I was going to live with but it seemed to defeat the purpose of the camo so I am pleased with that.

    First the stand off on the bottom back of the unit should have some adjustability. This could be easily done with a locking screw in manufacturing. The result is that it is very hard to find a tree at the recommended size that does not taper in some way so the camera has a tendency to point up. That with the strap system that makes it very hard to place the camera with out a lot of fiddling. My first full day I ended up catching the backs of deer when they were about 15 yards away.

    Second they should really have the loops where you would run a cable lock through metal in my opinion. However this would add cost and weight but it really isn’t very secure. At least a would be thief are less likely to cut the cable maybe saving you the expense of buying a new lock.

    I am very impressed though with the picture quality and the many options available. It takes a few minutes to get a handle on the menu system but once you do it is pretty easy. I thought when I got to the format option I was through them all as I would expect that to be at the end of the list.

    I will probably pick up a second one of these units to really be able to scout effectively with them as only one does not tell you a whole lot about an area but I just took up turkey hunting and had only been monitoring their movements while bow/gun deer hunting really and wanted to decrease my learning curve on their movements. It did help me zoom into one particular Toms movememnt patterns. And now I leave it running just to keep an eye on the movements around my favorite spot.

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