Trail Camera Guide

Cellular Trail Camera

  • Cellular trail camera work like a cell phone in that when the trail camera captures photos and videos, they are sent to your phone in real time using your wireless provider's cellular network. Therefore, it can be used to observe wild animals, and it can also be used to ensure safety.
  • Cellular trail camera network selection doesn't have to match your cell phone network, cellular trail cameras allow you to choose the network with the best reception in your scouting area.

Solar Trail Camera

  • Configured with an integrated panel for charging internal batteries, the Solar Trail Camera runs the camera off of sunlight-charged internal batteries, allowing it to continue to take pictures under the right conditions and stay powered up for months on end without requiring you to access the camera's maintenance card or batteries.
  • Running the camera off the sun-charged internal battery saves multiple sets of batteries per year, even if you use AA batteries as backup.

Low Glow Infrared Trail Camera

  • The commonly used infrared wavelength for low glow infrared trail cameras is 850nm, which produces a reddish glow in the LED light source. The main advantage of low-glow infrared trail cameras is that they produce high-quality images without disturbing the animals, unlike white flash trail cameras, which provide a good balance between high-quality images and concealment of the camera.

Wireless (Wi-Fi) Trail Camera

WiFi Trail camera have the ability to receive WiFi signals. As long as the user is within WiFi range ( 30 feet), there is no need to physically disassemble the camera to connect to the device and receive images from the trail camera. Advantages: With WiFi access, the camera can be placed out of reach to prevent theft.

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