Trophy Cam Night Vision Review

 

The Pros

 

Night VisionThe Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam Night Vision is claimed to be the ideal camera for catching passing wildlife. The manufacturers claim that it is rugged, weatherproof and will capture from the smallest to the largest creatures, depending upon what sensitivity you set it to. Those critters do not stand a chance!

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Whatever you use it for, it is said that it will come up to scratch. are you just out to capture some wildlife for photography’s sake or are you more of the hunting type and would like to find

 

 

Hogs at Night

out what game there is in your area. It is claimed to be the solution you are looking for.

The Trophy Cam Night Vision can be left on a tripod or strapped to a solid object such as a tree or a post and once set it can be left to its own devices. The settings are said to be easy to apply annd you can be up and running in only a short time.

 

One reviewer actually says that it is the best trail camera he has ever owned.

 

The Cons

 

Reading the reviews online there seem to be only a few complaints. The shutter noise is noted as being a bit louder than some of its rivals, although build quality is said to be better.

 

The battery life can be shortened considerably by a lot of night use, but then that has to be expected.

 

There is also an issue with the timer settings but that may very well have been corrected by a software update by the time you get to read this.

 

One or two were not as impressed with the image quality as others but then again to get top range results you would have to spend a small fortune on a digital SLR and additional kit.

 

You can find more customer reviews at Trophy Cam Night Vision Reviews at Amazon. Wherever you are in the world.

 

Conclusion

 

Overall this is a pretty impressive piece of kit and with a 3.9 out of 5 rating it certainly deserves consideration.

 

If you want to buy the Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam Night Vision then you can find it at Amazon

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