Trail Cameras That Send Pictures to Your Phone
Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam HD Wireless Black LED Trail Camera with Night Vision

Without a doubt, this trail camera is amazing.  In addition to taking pictures, this camera also does short videos from 5 to 60 seconds.

Picture quality is a big feature.   The Trophy Cam HD will take clear pictures with up to 8mp quality. Capture mode can be set at intervals from 1 second to 60 minutes. Pictures can also be captured in 1, 2 or 3 image capture modes. Every image also has a time and date stamp and moon phase. 

In addition to taking pictures, this camera also does short videos from 5 to 60 seconds.

Not sure if you want to take pictures or videos?  Not a problem.  The camera will do both for you!  It has a hybrid mode which will do both at the same time.

As for battery life (since you don't want to have to go out changing batteries all of the time) - a set of batteries should last about a year.  A set is 12 AA batteries.

The trophy cam has a fast .6s trigger speed. The PIR sensor (what sets the camera off) can be set to Auto, Low, Normal or High levels depending on where you have the camera set. I just leave mine on auto and it does a nice job of not taking unwanted pictures. The PIR sensor also has a 60 foot detection area. 

The Trophy Cam also has some features that allow you to get the best night time images possible. The camera has 32 low glow LEDs with 80 foot flash. This gives you very clear nighttime images.

Excellent investment.

  • Wireless Connectivity: Yes
  • Resolution Setting: 8MP
  • Night Vision Flash: 32 LED, 60'
  • Video Resolution: 1280x720p
  • Video Length: Up to 60 seconds
  • Audio Record: Yes
  • LCD Display: 2.4" Color LCD
  • PIR Sensor: Low/Med/High/Auto
  • Field Scan 2X: Yes
  • Data Stamp: Yes
  • Baro Stamp: No
  • GPS Geotag: Yes
  • Temperature Range: -5° F to 140° F
  • SD Card Capacity: 32 GB
  • Power Supply: AA (4-12)
  • Solar Compatible: Yes
  • Battery Life: Up to 3 months
  • Weatherproof

Covert Special Ops Code Black 3G 60-LED Wireless Game Camera
Covert Special Ops Code Black 3G 60-LED Wireless Game Camera Review

This game camera has great reviews by customers who have purchased the camera and are using it on a regular basis.

The most common concern is the initial set up of the camera.  It does require a SIM card, yet needs to activated by a phone.  The 2015 models come with a SIM card were the older models do not.

Customers use the camera for watching game, but also for home security, construction security and hunting.  You'll get pictures on your cell phone of what is going on in the area so that you do not need to be present.

The camera sends pictures through either texts or emails (your choice).  No need to go to the camera and pull out the SD card!

It can take night photos as well as daytime photos and if you need up to date images, it will send them to you every 60 seconds.  The camera does has an invisible flash, which will not scare off any animals or be noticed by any humans in the area.

It requires 12 AA batteries and will take up to 3000 photos with each set of batteries.

Great value for the money.

Product Details:

  • 12 MP resolution
  • Up to 32 GB memory capacity
  • Threaded tripod insert
  • Flash range 60ft
  • Adjustable sensitivity
  • Wireless transfer of 640x 480 size photos to phone via texts or emails
  • 60 invisible flash LED’s
  • Date, time, temperature and moon phase imprint
  • MO infinity break up camo
  • Still photos
  • Beautiful color photos during the day (without canopy cover)
  • 2 phase timer switch
  • Three adjustable sensitivity levels
  • 3000 photos on each set of batteries
  • 2 inch color viewer
  • Operates on 12AA batteries
  • Weighs 1.2 pounds
Since you will be spending a few hundred dollars for your camera, we recommend that you purchase a REALLY good lock to protect your investment.

The 6 Ft. Python Master Lock, model number 8418KADCAMO is recommended.  It's not cheap, but you don't want anyone walking away with your camera!