Prepare For The Hunt With This Trail Camera, Under $70 With This Code
Trail cameras are incredibly useful for hunting, as well as for other outdoor sports and activities. They provide more information about one’s surroundings and allow a hunter to prepare in advance.
This trail camera takes 12MP color images and records 1080p HD videos. It also features exclusive capture modes (hybrid mode/motion detection) so you can tailor your options in advance of the hunt. Importantly, it is waterproof and password protected, so you don’t have to worry about leaving it out unattended.
I’ll share some of the customer reviews. “Focusplant” wrote:
Great trail camera for my backyard. Was surprised how small it is when I got the product. The best feature is that the outside coloring makes it perfectly camouflaged, blends well among the trees in the woods. It has different modes and features that you can use, timelapse, video recording, motion detection (video recording only), hybrid (take video and picture on motion detection). It has timestamp, records the temperature, time, moonphase, etc. The time stamp also include info that you can manually add in e.g. geolocation, name. It has a hole to put a lock and also there is a password protection option to prevent others to make any changes. It runs very quietly, I could hear any sound or see any light while it took pictures and videos. The night picture comes pretty bright, so the IR LED works well. It takes SD card memory and 8 AA batteries, with power using cable option available. It comes included with the strap to secure around a tree and a TV out cable.
“mr christ” wrote:
this game cam has a lot of great features and a good software with many adjustments. i have been using the TEC.BEAN 12MP camera for about a month now and have not had a single issue. the photos are nice and crisp in low light and appear brighter than the naked eye, and the B/W night shots have a nice contrast that any animal can be identified easily. i really like the rugged enclosure and perfectly seals out the elements, it also has many options for mounting including two different tripod mounts. and for me the 12v power input is a huge plus so that batteries are not needed when close to a power source. about the only negative thing i could find is that i wish the test screen would stay on a little longer for setting it up, it seems to time out in less than a minute and it’s tough to attach it to a tree and adjust it in that short amount of time. when it times out it goes into a sleep mode then takes a couple seconds to turn the screen back on… but honestly that is very petty and i’m stretching to find a negative point.
This camera can be triggered by any movement using its passive infrared motion sensor, and its 940nm invisible infrared dark LEDs even allows it to take pictures and videos in the dark. It offers everything you need from a trail camera, and more. And the biggest selling point, of course, is the price. You won’t find another trail camera like this for under $100, let alone under $70.
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