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Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam Standard Edition

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  • 8-megapixel Night Vision trail camera with invisible 32-LED flash for 24-hour game scouting
  • 45-foot PIR motion activated sensor and flash range
  • Field Scan time-lapse technology allows you preset automatic image capture intervals
  • High-quality full color resolution during the daylight and black and white at night
  • Captures video of up to 60 seconds with audio; 32GB SD card compatible
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Click here for the Bushnell Trophy Cams owner's manual to find detailed product information, operating instructions, and warranty details.

Product Description

Product Description

The Bushnell Trophy Cam offers 8 MP high-quality full color resolution during the daylight and black and white at night. This Trophy Cam™ is super-tuned with advancements that will turn the industry, and that big deer, on its ear. Its still leading the way with up to 1-year battery life and 1-second trigger speed, plus now gives you the big picture of game movement with Field Scan time-lapse technology. New time-lapse technology automatically snaps images at present intervals of one minute to one hour, within the hours of your choice. Field Scan provides long-range observation of your hunting ground and a much larger coverage area, because it's not triggered by game. It's like glassing your spot without having to be there. For a more vivid viewing experience, we've added audio record to the video mode. You can also record more images and video than ever thanks to 32GB SD card compatibility. The temperature range is -5 to 140 degrees F. The PIR sensor is motion activated out to 45 feet (Low/Medium/High). Features adjustable web belt and 1/4-20 socket/SD card slot.


Compact and efficient, the 3.5 by 5.5-inch 8-Megapixel Trophy Cam 119436C Trail Camera from Bushnell is your 24-hour eyes in the woods. Thanks to a 32-LED flash that is invisible to game and other hunters, the 119436C Trail Camera can capture images in total darkness with a range of 45 feet. The motion activated PIR sensor also has a day/night 45-foot range and automatically snaps pictures with a fast one-second trigger speed. Capable of taking widescreen, VGA, and QVGA videos of up to 60 seconds with audio recordings, 8-megapixel individual still images, and multi-frame images of up to three shots, the 119436C Trail Camera provides excellent coverage of game movement. Add in Field Scan Mode that uses time-lapse technology to take images automatically at preset time intervals, operating simultaneously with the motion activated camera functions, and you will dramatically increase your field coverage. Designed for long scouting stints, the 119436C Trail Camera offers up to one year of battery life and can store plenty of images thanks to 32GB SD card compatibility. The camera mounts on any stationary object of your choosing with an adjustable web belt and a 1/4-20 socket. The weatherproof camera is designed to stay out in the field in all weather conditions, so that you can maximize your time in the field.

Time-lapse technology automatically snaps images at pre-set intervals so you can see game movement within a larger area.
Key Features and Specifications:
  • Black and white text LCD display
  • High-quality, 8-megapixel full-color image resolution
  • Invisible nighttime flash with 32 LEDs
  • Motion activated day/night PIR auto-sensor
  • 45-foot flash and sensor range
  • Adjustable PIR (Low/Medium/High)
  • One second trigger speed
  • Programmable trigger interval: one second to 60 minutes
  • Multi-image mode: one to three images per trigger
  • Widescreen, VGA, QVGA video resolution with audio
  • Video length: programmable from one to 60 seconds
  • Field Scan Time Lapse Mode with Simultaneous Live Trigger: takes images at pre-set intervals of one minute to 60 minutes, within the hours of your choice--at the same time as using the motion activated sensor.
  • Weatherproof construction prevents rain from soaking in
  • Temperature range: -5 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Mounts with adjustable web belt and 1/4-20 socket
  • SD card slot supports up to 32GB
  • Power: 4 to 8 AA batteries (not included); external power compatible
  • Battery Life: up to one year per batteries set
  • Dimensions: 3.5 by 5.5 inches
  • Model: 119436C

Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 3 x 7.5 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B004MC1WC2
  • Item model number: 119436C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (456 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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I have owned several diffferent trail cams over the past 5 years. Some good, some just fair, some bad. The battery life and the fire up response time to take a picture is very important. I recently purchased 2 of these bushnell trail cams. Both the battery life and the response time for the Bushnell are excellent. Battery life is awesome, and the trigger time is so quick I rarely miss a picture. I can honestly say this is the best trail cam I have ever owned.
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I received this product and am very pleased. I've had a lot of luck with these small Bushnell cameras. Battery life is great and trigger speed is also quite good. For clarification, this IS the 2011 model with the field scan. Up to 8 Meg images. My only semi negative feedback would be that with field scan you can only set one time period, so if you are going to take images during the morning and evening periods you basically have to include the entire day or the entire night. The entire night would definitely wear down the batteries (IR flash). I imagine it is a simple software fix that Bushnell will put out in the future. I own Moultries at the same price point and far prefer my Bushnells. I simply can't choke out the cash for the Reconyx cameras. They are entirely too pricey to have a sufficient quantity of them to try to understand the deer herd on the size property where I hunt. I can get five Bushnells for the price of two Reconyx. My Bushnell from last season stood the outdoor life well here in East TX (heat, rain, heat, rain...).

I also bought the python lock and metal outside case... they're kind of a pain in the rear to deal with (I'm a low irritant tolerant guy) and nothing a bolt cutter wouldn't make quick work of. Probably not worth it unless hunting public land.

Finally I searched the web pretty heavily and found the price at Amazon was the best I could do. If you can beat it though, congrats, then I'm the chump.

Regardless, I'm happy you're reading this because it means you're also excited about deer season. God blessed this great land and you too, be safe and happy scouting!

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First, this review is for the 119436C model.

I bought this camera for surveillance at my business (kind of a bridge-the-gap measure until I can get an effective surveillance system installed.) The camera takes good color pics in the daylight, and good black and white pics at night. The consistently effective range of this is around 50 feet, with occasional pick ups at 80 feet. Part of the reason for this is most likely the clean background area, anything moving through the area is "framed" by dirt, no moving bushes or background noise that will cause false triggers or interference.

The pictures are good, but I have noticed some slight distortion away from the center of the pictures, a slight fish eye effect.

My main problem with this unit is that the led's do glow a noticeable red color which is pretty noticeable in dark environments. The flash catches the eye kind of like something flitting by. I plan to move this unit to a more lit area to compare the flash glow and see if it is still as noticeable.

I rate this at 5 stars in spite of my led visibility because this camera is designed for game images and videos. It was not designed to be a business surveillance tool, I just wanted to list the drawbacks of this unit for those who might be considering it for the same purpose.

Edit to add: I moved this unit to a more lit location and it does help with the glow noticeability, but it is still there. I purchased the Bushnell Black LED trail camera (# 119466C) and am more pleased with the flash performance. The LED glow is almost nonexistent in pitch black conditions on the black led camera.
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II have three trailcams from Bushnell, two earlier models and this new one. This one is the 2011 model that has audio (not really important), a timer to take a picture (field scan), and can handle 32GB memory cards.

I also own three other trail cams from Moultrie a M-60, I-40 and a D-50. I had a cuddleback two years ago, and it worked fine, but it got destroyed (tree fell on it). I do not own the new Moultrie M-100, which seems very similar to this Bushnell, but this is the first year for the M-100 and I bet they will have software issues. This is the 3rd year for Bushnell and they have this camera dialed-in very well.

The biggest issue with my older Moultrie cams is battery life. They need feed 6 D cells about once a month. The price of the batteries start to add up, but mostly the issue is going out to a dead trailcam and wondering what pictures you missed. A battery life of 1-year for just 8 AA is great.

Aside from battery life, all these trailcams seem to do the work well. Basically I want to take a picture of game when it walks by and they all do that. I'm not going to publish my pictures in National Geographic, I mostly want to count horns and find patterns. All do that just fine for me.

I've stuck different models of trail cams on the same tree and compared results. It's weird, sometimes the Bushnell shoots and sometimes the Moultrie shoots but most of the time they both shoot when game walks by.

I like the 2 year warranty from Bushnell and have used it. The first year model had issues, and I returned it- they then sent me a new current year model. I had issues with a Moltrie cam once and tried to get warranty work, but they did not honor the warranty and returned my camera. I bought from an on-line dealer they did not like.
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