Wildgame Innovations® 4.0MP IR Digital Game Camera
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- Resolution: 4.0 Mexa Pixels - Rapid Trigger Speed - Photos and Video Capability
- Infrared Flash: 19 Piece - High Intensity LED Array - Infrared Flash Range: Up to 30 feet
- Sensor: Passive Infrared sensor (PIR) activates when motion and heat are detected up to 30 feet
- Memory Card Capacity: Accomodates removable SD Memory card up to 2GB (not included)
- Power Source: 4 C Cell batteries (not included)
Top Customer Reviews
Took this unit out to the woods at a friends farm for a test. We set it up on the side of a road running through the property, 90 degrees to the roadway at a height of 7 feet above the ground (see my sample pictures on the product page). Fresh batteries and a 32 MB SD card -- walked away for 9 days. Here is what we learned.
* The day and night pictures were 4.0 MP in size (2272 x 1704)
* The flash will throw out just about 40' from the unit (see sample pic's with product)
* The color balance is quite good for a lower price, fixed focus camera
* The pictures are approx. 1 meg in size, unlike the stated 500K size
* The passive infrared motion sensor works out to 40', if aimed properly
* Battery life is quite good -- even after 12 days, the battery level was at 3/4
* The supplied bungee cords held the camera steady against the mounting point
* When you arm the camera, one shot goes off each time
* The power down button has to be pressed twice to turn the camera off -- bad in the rain
* The SD card appears not to be hot swappable -- you have to turn the camera off first
* The flash angle is quite narrow -- only the center portion of the frame is flash filled, edges are black
* NO provision to install an SD card larger than 2.Read more ›
I set up my camera and the day after I got more or less 160 night photos.
I will recommend to cover the red and green lights in front of the camera
as they are to bright (I put a tape inside the front cover on the clear
plastic glasses that protect this lights from the environment)Battery
life will depend in the amount of photos taken by the camera. My first
set of batteries last about a month and toke about 1000 pictures.
I own three Stealth cameras and a Moultrie I40, for the price of this
camera you will not mistake it.
Yesterday I but another one at Dicks Sporting Goods, 79.00 less 10.00 dollars
rebate coupon I had, Total 69.00t+ Tax. Good deal!
When I open the box I noted a change in between the one I had and the new one.
They added a small battery compartment on the back (batteries included)
of the camera this batteries will keep the information screen of your camera save
when mane batteries are replaced by the way this comportment is fairly protected
from the outdoor with a seal (rubber ring) once the small cover is replaced and secure
it with two screws. I was also surprised that this two screws will hold up into a
metal support behind the plastic camera body.
So far they are both working fine.
I did a lot of internet research on trail cams and this one checked out well for reliability and reasonable cost versus bells and whistles. This one isn't fancy but it is seems reasonably priced and fairly reliable. Make sure you buy from a dealer that has a high product turn-over and a generous return policy.
I have used this "trail cam" for just 3 weeks which is NOT long enough to know whether it will be reliable or not. I expect something like this to last for at least 4 or 5 years with out any problems what so ever. But then I am accustomed to an era of reliable Japanese made electronics. In view of where these products are manufactured and the various reviews of trial cams on the internet indicate that I am probably overly optimistic. We'll see. By the way, I bought two of these cams and I am currently using both of them to monitor my residence, specifically the back yard and driveway. If these cams work out then I will get a couple more to keep an eye on some woodlands that belong to me. It's very interesting what goes on when folks don't think you're around. These two cams have already raised some eyebrows.
So far the cameras have worked very well. The operating manual is not as detailed as I would like to see. Setting up and operating the camera is not difficult but does require some trial and error and wasted time due to the wimpy manual. Figuring out when the camera is taking a shot and when it isn't takes some messing around. The blinking red and green light that indicate sensing and picture/video capture is not intuitive.
The Infrared sensor can sense human/deer sized critters out to 50+ feet. The sensor senses in in the shape of a 10 to 20 degree cone out to its max range. The camera covers about 50 degrees.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this camera last year it worked amazing I had no problems at all. I put it out this year and the flash doesn't work now, my pictures are black and just dark images of... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Cindy Wollschleger
I have this exact camera and it is fantastic. I have a "hunter's tent" for still hunting and have this camera set up at my corn pile. Read morePublished on January 9, 2014 by Ellie Mc
Works but eats batteries in the cold here in maine. I have not been able to find C batteries in lithium. The batteries are difficult to replace ie to get in and out of the camera.Published on January 2, 2014 by Theodore Hunt
I absolutely love this camera. I agree that the 09 version is worse than the 2010 model. The old 09 models aren't in production now so you will only get the good model. Read morePublished on July 14, 2011 by Kajankow
Takes beatiful daytime pictures but leaves a lot to be desired on nighttime photos. It would be nice if it had a picture counter visible from outside the camera.Published on January 1, 2011 by R. W. Guenther
The camera's great. I bought it to figure out what the hell was happening on my front porch at night. Read morePublished on December 1, 2010 by John Burridge
My husband bought one of these in summer 2009 - it lasted about a year. Bought another in July 2010, it worked for a couple of months. Read morePublished on October 23, 2010 by Amazon Customer
The first one of these I ordered arrived DOA. The seller quickly sent me out a new one, which functioned. Read morePublished on October 5, 2010 by Mark Schneider
Night shots looked good,with about 30 foot range on the flash. Good focus with little blurring. Day shots were mixed with most of them being over exposed. Read morePublished on August 29, 2010 by Steve