Pick Up A Trail Camera And Track Game With Accuracy
All you need is the right trail camera.
Different Types Of Game Cameras
Not all game cameras are created equal. For a stand-alone option, you can’t go wrong with the Moultrie Deer Feeder Elite II Tripod. This option holds up to 150 pounds of corn, bringing deer into your shooting zone.
For a reliable, versatile setup, go with the Wildgame Innovations Mirage 20MP Game Camera. This trail cam gives you crystal clear, 18-megapixel capabilities, nighttime image capturing and a half-second trigger speed for quick snapshots.
Other Essential Game Camera Accessories
If you’ve already decided on the ideal game camera for your needs, don’t forget to add some essential accessories that are guaranteed to increase its functionality.
Cellular adapters make it easy to transform your game camera into a real-time tracking system. Try the SkyPoint Cell-Link Adapter, which can turn virtually any non-cellular camera that uses a standard SD card slot into a cellular trail camera.
To make viewing images easy, pick up this HME Trail Camera SD Card Reader/Viewer, featuring a 4.3 Inch color LCD screen, 720P video playback resolution and a mini-USB connection for better adaptability in the field.
And, don’t forget that you’ll need a way to keep the camera secure in its place. Choose a sturdy device that’s guaranteed to hold up through storms, like the Economy Tree Mount, which gives you the perfect angle to capture (and make) the shot.
Can trail cameras send pictures to your phone or other devices?
Normal trail cameras cannot send pictures to your devices, because they lack transmission capabilities. These units usually store data on SD cards. However, wifi or cellular trail cameras can transmit images to your devices. These are great for people wanting to monitor real-time activity around their rig.
Can game cameras be used for security?
Game cameras are great for stalking animal activity in the forest, but can also be useful for security. If you want to keep watch over your property, game cameras are normally camouflaged, so they blend in to natural surroundings – whether in your backyard or on your hunting land.