NEW Primos 16MP AutoPilot Trail Cameras for Hunting

   09.11.19

NEW Primos 16MP AutoPilot Trail Cameras for Hunting

It is beginning to get cooler everywhere around the US, the morning air is more crisp, and most of us are plotting out how we are going to spend this fall hunting various game. Part of that game-planning process involves setting up trail cameras and taking inventory of our local wildlife. While game cameras are nothing new to outdoors men and women, finding one that is actually simple to use is like finding a 30 Point Buck; it is pretty dang hard! That is where the NEW Primos 16MP AutoPilot Trail Camera might save us all.

The new 16MP AutoPilot Trail Camera from Primos is now shipping to retailers, and is built on one founding premise for hunters: simplicity. Instead of a small, unintelligible computer screen Primos has done away with that outdated design and moved to 4 simple switches. Simply, turn it on, and slide the switches to your preferred settings and you are good to go! Primos Brand Manager, Eric Hughes, bluntly exclaims how easy to use the Primos 16MP Trail Camera really is:

This camera practically drives itself. Just put it out, flip a few switches and you are capturing amazing images.

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Primos 16MP AutoPilot No Glow Trail Camera – MSRP $149.99

This new trail camera from Primos is going to initially be offered in 2 different styles of Low Glow and No Glow. The 16MP AutoPilot Low Glow will sport an OD Green (Olive Drab Green) finish with an MSRP of $129.99 while the No Glow is covered in Mossy Oak Bottomland camo with the price set at $149.99 per unit. Some of the other specifications for the camera can be read below as presented by Primos:

  • Available in Low Glow and No Glow models
  • Crystal-Clear 16MP Images & 1080p HD Video w/ Audio
  • Auto Exposure prevents “White Out” Images
  • 100-Foot Detection & Nighttime Range
  • Fast 0.3-Second Trigger Speed

One last thing that the AutoPilot offers to maintain the mantra of simplicity is a new AA-battery tray. Simply open the panel, press the eject button, and slide the whole tray out for quick and easy battery replacement. That is something that surely all hunters would be willing to appreciate. So as we all begin to dust off our bows, firearms, and muzzleloaders in pursuit of venison and trophies, is this new trail camera something you would be willing to add to your arsenal? Let us know all of your thoughts in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.

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