Bushnell 1080p Night Vision Trophy Cam HD Max Camera - Brown (8MP, Black LED)
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- 3, 5 or 8 MP high-quality full colour resolution
- 33 No-Glow Black LEDs
- Adjustable PIR (Low/Med/High) or Auto PIR
- Field Scan time-lapse mode takes images at pre-set intervals, 1 minute to 60 minutes
- SD card slot (up to 32 GB)
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The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Max features a new aggressively styled body, new latch system and a removable anti-reflection cover for the LEDs to minimize visibility to animals and other people alike. It's also the first Trophy Cam to shoot video in super high 1920x1080p resolution for the clearest videos offered by any game camera yet. It comes with the specifications as follows: 33 No-Glow Black LEDs; 3,5 or 8 MP high-quality full colour resolution; 24 HR/Day/Night mode; External power compatible; Adjustable PIR (low/med/high) or Auto PIR; 0.3-second trigger speed; Programmable trigger interval: 1 sec. to 60 min.; Multi-image mode: 1-3 images per trigger Video length: 1 second to 60 seconds, programmable; Field Scan time-lapse mode takes images at pre-set intervals, 1 minute to 60 minutes; Temperature range -20C to 60C; PIR sensor is motion activated out to 60 ft. / 18 m; Runs up to one year on one set of batteries; Adjustable web belt and 1/4-20 socket; ARD LED shield (anti-reflection LED cover); SD card slot (SD card up to 32 GB); Hybrid capture mode - video and photo for every trigger.
1x 8MP Trophy Cam 1080P HD Max
Top Customer Reviews
With all the hype surrounding their release these units seemed to be a huge leap forward. Unfortunately, although there are major advances in trigger speed and video quality, these are let down very badly by the extremely poor night images, and when I say poor I mean these are REALLY poor.
The other disability is the tortoise slow video trigger speed. Whilst the camera will trigger for an image in a lightning fast 0.2 seconds, the trigger for video is ten times that at >2 seconds. In a lot of cases the subject will be long gone by the time the video wakes up.
It seems they rushed to market before the cameras were ready and it may well end up costing them dear. However, hopefully Bushnell will get their act together and produce some upgrades for the firmware pretty soon, but until they do I won't be buying anymore of their 2014 camera range.
At the top video quality setting playback on an HD TV is impressive, and the 2014 models offer more settings including the ability to incorporate location coordinates into images (useful if you have more than one camera in use), and seemingly has the ability to update the firmware via Bushnell's website.
The over-centre closing clamp is also much better to use in the field, BUT the person who designed the base of this camera needs shooting as the DC power input is far too close to the tripod socket rendering it impossible to use an external power supply if mounted on a normal tripod - a big fail here!
In general though, the results from this camera continue to delight on a daily and nightly basis - but I would recommend anyone wishing to use the top quality video setting to get a high speed SD card - I use Class 10 80MB/s Samsung cards without any problems.
Very quick PIR triggers
Camera recovery is fast
No glow LEDs
Good battery life
Good tatch system (single)
Poor picture quality at night
Shiny led cover
The tripod connection on base is useless as it is covered by a non changeable adaptor inlet (just plain daft)
I was lucky to get it at a much reduced price so not overly bothered but it was a disappointment quality wise instead of the hoped for WOW factor having read all the full HD features. Is a bit of guff.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this in Jan 15 and it worked fine with good day video but v slow trigger, as others have said- missed no end of stuff. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
I purchased a Trophycam and NatureCam at the same time. This unit froze after taking a few hybrid captures using both 16Gb and 32Gb Sandisk Ultra SDHC cards. Read morePublished on 3 Mar. 2015 by Barry Gadsden