Trail Cameras have become extremely popular here in Australia with hunters setting them up at their favourite locations to gain better knowledge of the quarry they are hunting. Facts such as what species, what time they crossed and for deer hunters, how big a rack their quarry sports are all a part of setting one up. In years gone by Trail Cameras were quite bulky compared to today’s models, where palm size units now feature state of the art technology and high resolution images.
Bushnell produce a range of small, weatherproof models referred to as the “Trophy Cam” range which are moderately priced and offer the option of not only stunning clarity and detail in their digital photo option, but now also feature true HD video resolution capacity. Other features such as automatic sensitivity of temperature, infra red sensor, automatic GPS coordinates embed and lots of other state of the art features, make them an extremely advance trail camera family.
While the Trophy Cam is capable of 5 to 8MP images via an SD card, you also have the option of HD1080 x 720 pixel video resolution in the choice of 16: 9 or 4: 3 format. Each model in the Trophy Cam range I’m told is packed with features, however, the new Trophy Cam HD and HD Max offer all the bells and whistles for day and night shots. To find out more, see them at your local gun shop. Trade enquiries contact Australian agents for Bushnell, Tasco Sales Pty. Ltd.
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