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Primos Truth Cam 35 Camera

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  • Day/night 35-infrared LED trail camera captures still or video images of wildlife
  • 40-foot nighttime range; select the number of active LEDs (more night range or battery life)
  • 1.5-second trigger speed out of sleep; 0.3-second trigger speed when active; multi-shot bursts of 1, 3 or 5 images per triggering
  • Large backlit LED screen; instructions printed on camera door
  • Supports up to an eight gigabyte SD card; one-year warranty
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Product Description


TRUTH CAM’S ARE AS SIMPLE AS IT GETS! This could be the easiest to operate camera ever developed without sacrificing performance.

Designed to be your eyes in the woods, the Truth Cam 35 from Primos comes pre-configured and ready to use with 35 infrared LEDs for clear night vision. However--all settings, including camera resolution, are adjustable for your specific needs and conditions. Capable of capturing both still and video images, the Truth Cam 35 offers a 40-foot nighttime range thanks to its 35 LEDs. The fully-adjustable Truth Cam 35 has operational instructions printed on the camera door for convenience in the field. With the aim to catch every movement in the stand, the Truth Cam 35 boasts a trigger speed of 1.5 seconds of out of sleep mode and takes images every 0.3 seconds when active. The camera can be set for multi-shot bursts of 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9 images per triggering. All images are stamped with date, time, temperature, and moon phase information. The Truth Cam 35 features a back lit LED screen with large easy to read menu settings. Designed for concealment, the Truth Cam 35 has a thin, low-profile casing with a Matrix camo finish. Finally, the Truth Cam 35 supports an eight gigabyte SD card for image storage and is equipped with a molded security cable hole for theft prevention.

Features and Specifications

  • Captures video or still images
  • 35 infrared LED bank
  • Stamps photos or video with date, time, temperature, and moon phase information
  • Supports up to 8 gigabyte SD card
  • Back lit LED screen with large easy to read menu settings
  • Live screen preview for setting up field of view
  • Password protection and molded security cable hole through case for theft prevention
  • Nighttime range: 40 feet
  • Trigger speed: 1.5 seconds (0.3-second when camera is not in sleep mode)
  • Image resolution: 3 megapixels
  • Dimensions: 8.75 by 6.625 by 2.875 inches (H x W x D)
  • Power: four D-cell batteries
  • One-year warranty
  • USB reader needed for connection to some Apple laptops

Operating Tips & Troubleshooting
  • Camera ‘Menu’ Mode or Camera ‘On/Run’ Mode: If the LCD screen is displaying the menu or text, the camera is in ‘Menu’ mode and will not take pictures/videos during this time. If the LCD menu is left inactive for 30 seconds, the camera will go into a power saving state. The LCD display will turn off and the camera has switched to ‘On/ Run’ mode and is ready to start taking pictures/video. You can also press the Run/Wake button to quickly exit menu and turn camera into active ‘On/Run’ mode. The LCD menu will not wake up while the Green Status Light is on or blinking. Wait until after Green Light turns off to wake up the LCD screen by pressing any button.
  • Empty Photos/False Triggers: If there are a large number of photos taken with no game present in the frame, first make sure your camera is mounted the correct height and in the right direction. If there are limited, random photos with no game present, the following scenarios are most likely; an animal ran through the picture extremely fast, a smaller animal/bird is around the camera/sensor but is not in the camera field of view, or the sunlight or heat in combination with moving elements (trees, brush, shadows) is causing a false trigger. To prevent potential false triggers, try not to setup the camera directly in the sunlight. You may also change the Camera Sensitivity Setting according to your situation.

  • Blurry Image Quality: Blurry images typically result from objects causing interference between the camera and the intended focal point. Blurry images may also be the result of direct sunlight, fog, condensation, dust or other debris on the camera lens. Carefully cleaning the camera lens window and/or placing the camera in a different location may solve this type of problem. With current available technology for this product, there is no way to eliminate the potential of photos with blur caused by game moving too quickly. We have optimized the TRUTH Cam to limit the number of motion blurred images and provide as many clear, quality photos as possible.

  • Dark or Light Image Quality:  As daylight transitions back-and-forth between light and dark, the camera changes settings to optimize the picture. Some ‘lighter’ or ‘darker’ photos may be captured during the camera transition process. Try to avoid setting up the camera in situations where the sunlight will shine directly into camera lens. With any photo capturing, taking pictures directly into sunlight produces less than desirable results.

Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 3 x 13.5 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B003PVGA1O
  • Item model number: 63010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (747 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #669 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Picture images are very clear day or night.
Michael A. Snow
I called Primos this morning to order a replacement cover and learned from the customer service rep that THEY DO NOT OFFER REPAIR PARTS!
This camera is very easy to use and works as expected.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

334 of 343 people found the following review helpful By chazz4 on September 28, 2010
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I have tried several inexpensive game cameras, kept this one. I like the easy setup using dedicated switches instead of software function programing. Specs calls for trigger at 30 feet max range. The night photos are not well illuminated beyond 10 feet from camera. The daylight shots are fantastic. I was happy with this unit and needed another camera, so I upgraded to the Primos Truth cam 46. It cost more money and performance was not as good as Truth cam 35. Sent the Truth cam 46 back and ordered another Truth Cam 35. Happy with both Truth Cams 35. The video mode does eat up SD card space so I switched over to the 5 shot photo feature with 1 second delay between shots. uses a lot less card space and sharp photos. By the way the specs say 8 GB (SD HC MAX SIZE) My two Truth cams 35 accepted 16 GB SDHC and seems to work fine. I would have given the camera 5 stars, but the distance of the night photos beyond 10 feet were a little disapointing.
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269 of 280 people found the following review helpful By onin24eagle on October 19, 2010
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I have several scouting cameras from a variety of manufacturers. My favorite is by far the Reconyx, but I just can't shell out that kind of money if I want more cameras. As much as I love that camera, I almost wish I had taken that money and bought 8 Truth Cams so I could cover more ground. Almost. Right now, I think this is the best value of any of the cameras I have.

For the money this is a great camera. It easily performs as well as some $200 cameras out there. My Reconyx takes better night pictures, and more of them, but I also spent a lot more money on that camera, almost 10x more.

Some pictures are a little blurry at night if the deer are moving fast, but it's really not that bad. You can still clearly make out the number of points on the antlers unlike the Moultrie camera that I have which just shows a white blur.

Daytime photos are awesome.

Couple of things to be aware of:

If you put it in the woods with a heavy overhead canopy, you will occasionally get white out photos. This camera is much better suited for more open areas such as fields or food plots. When I put it on the edge of a field, I do not get white outs. Also, if you do place it in thicker cover, don't set the sensitivity on high. You'll get lots of great pictures of trees. Every time a branch moves it will go off. Nighttime flash range is much better in open areas as well.

I've had it out in the field now for 2 weeks. It's already taken over 500 photos and the battery is at 98%. I'm using industrial D-Cell batteries that I special ordered so I expect them to last longer so take that with a grain of salt.

I can't give it 5 stars though. A Reconyx is a 5 star camera. This is not a Reconyx. Compared to one of those it's probably a 2 or 3 star camera at best. However, considering the performance/price ratio, it gets a 4. It is NOT the best camera out there, but it IS the best camera if you're on a tight budget.
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178 of 194 people found the following review helpful By Big Al on August 20, 2010
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Purchased this item thru Amazon. As soon as it arrived I took it out and mounted it in the woods.
The first 3 days I got 180 pictures of deer and turkeys. I have had it out for about 3 weeks now with hundreds of pictures (day and night) and it still has 85% of its battery life left. Which is 4 D batteries. Will be buying more of these. Very easy to use and set up.
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98 of 108 people found the following review helpful By Charles Stirens on June 12, 2011
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I purchased this to take pictures at night of my front deck. It worked great right out of the box, the instructions were simple and easy to understand, and the controls are very user friendly. The daylight pictures are crisp, clear, and in color. The night pictures are black and white due to the infrared. The down side was that the camera requires an SD card (that must be placed in a different devise to view the pictures) and four D batteries (both of which are not included).

The big thing was that after about a week the night pictures became dark and very difficult to see anything, but occasionally one would come out clear. I accepted the night picture quality considering that the daylight pictures were as good as any digital camera could be and the other features were ok.

Where this camera really failed me was the one night that I needed to know what activity was on my deck, the file that had the pictures somehow got an error and could not be opened. I thought this was just a freak error, but two days later the same thing happened. I called Primos and was told they would replace the camera with an updated version, the only thing is that I have to pay to ship it to them.

After I sent it in I had checked their website and it stated they were out of stock and would be sent when the shipment came in. I called and was told that they did have them and that it would be sent out that day, but that it would be an identical model unless I was willing to pay for an upgrade. It did arrive in two days, but it would not work at all. I put in the batteries and the SD card and turned it on but could not set the time or date.
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135 of 152 people found the following review helpful By J. L. Maddock on June 20, 2011
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I have no prior experience with a trail camera. This worked as advertised. Took lots of pictures of night critters the very first night I had it set up. Very low price ($77, shipping included) compared to many other online stores selling for over $100.

UPDATE 2-20-2012: Worked well, then after 3 months it started to chew through batteries at an alarming rate. They made good on the warranty, but also charged $20.00.

New camera arrived, it would NOT take night pictures.

Now they want to charge me another $20 to replace the defective replacement.

Very poor communication. They seem to be stonewalling me. Its either 1.)send it back with another $20 (to which they could send me another defective camera) or 2.) just go away.
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