The Best Hunting and Trail Cameras on Amazon

   06.01.18

If you’re an avid hunter, you may already be using trail cameras to scout for prey. But these cameras can also be used as security cams on a lot if you’re having issues with area kids trespassing or poachers on your property. They’re also a great tool for wildlife photographers, helping you track the movement of animals throughout the seasons. Below are a few of the best hunting and trail cameras we could find on Amazon.

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor 14MP No-Glow

Bushnell’s rugged trail camera is on the higher end of the spectrum when it comes to price, but its features are well worth the upfront cost. Its dark brown color easily blends into the environment and the no-glow black LED night vision flash won’t scare off animals with any flashing lights. It stamps every high-resolution photo with a time and date and also takes high-definition videos with audio. Best of all, its battery is equipped to last up to one entire year without any intervention, so you don’t have to worry about replacing it every month.

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor 14MP No-Glow, Amazon

Victure Trail Camera HC200

Victure’s trail camera uses motion-activated technology in order to snap the best photos and videos of unsuspecting animals. This camera has a 0.5 second trigger time and takes 12-megapixel photos in daylight conditions and 5.0-megapixel ones with night vision enabled. It is IP66 water resistant, takes eight AA batteries that last up to six months at a time. The 2.4-inch LCD screen also enables you to review videos and photos before transferring them to your computer or another device.

Victure Trail Camera HC200, Amazon

Spypoint Force-10 Ultra Compact Trail Camera

This 490-gram trail camera by Spypoint is a great mid-range option. It features a 0.3-second trigger speed, 90-foot flash range and a curved motion sensor lens which can pick up movement within its five detection zones. It is capable of accepting SD cards with larger capacities in order to accommodate its 10-megapixel photos and the ability to record videos anywhere from 10 to 90 seconds in length. Lastly, most trail cameras require a minimum of eight AA batteries in order to function but the Force-10 takes just six AA batteries and lasts just as long as similar models.

SpyPoint Force-10 Ultra Compact Trail Camera, Amazon

Browning Strike Force Elite

Browning’s sub-micro camera seamlessly blends into trees thanks to its bark-like exterior and short body. Used the motion-detection mode to take photos when movement is sensed or program it to take photos at scheduled intervals (five,10, 15, 30 or 60 seconds/minutes) while motion detection mode runs in the background. This micro trail camera also boasts a rapid 0.4-second motion trigger speed and an angle of view of approximately 45 degrees horizontally and 30 degrees vertically to ensure you never miss a photo opportunity. A data strip at the bottom of images displays the camera’s ID, time, date, moon phases and even the temperature.

Browning Strike Force Elite, Amazon

Wildgame Innovations Terra Extreme 10

If you’re looking for something inexpensive to capture photos of the great outdoors, Wildgame Innovations’ Terra Extreme 10 camera may be just what you need. Its trigger speed is slower than other models (just under 1 second) but this is a great option for hunters looking to cover wide areas with multiple cameras. This water-resistant device is equipped with a high-intensity 21-piece infrared LED flash with a range of up to 50 feet and can also capture 30-second video clips.

Wildgame Innovations Terra Extreme 10, Amazon


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