- Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 7.6 x 2.5 inches ; 1.3 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
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- ASIN: B004MC0P7K
- Item model number: 119446C
- Average Customer Review: 170 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #378,298 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam Bone Collector Trail Camera
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- 8-megapixel Night Vision trail camera with 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
- Up to one year of battery life; quick one-second trigger speed
- Captures video of up to 60 seconds with audio; 32GB SD card compatible
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The Bushnell Trophy Cam offers 8 MP high-quality full color resolution. 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 t 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 119446C Trail Camera from Bushnell is your 24-hour eyes in the woods. Thanks to a 32-LED flash, the 119446C 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 119446C 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 119446C 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.
- 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: 119446C
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Bought to capture video of varmints raiding my garden at night and destroying my freshly planted seedlings. Placed camera in various locations to view my 18 foot long 4 foot wide raised bed garden.
After a few days of using this camera and after finally stuffing in enough masking tape to hold the batteries so that they don't lose contact causing it to lose its date/time settings when it is moved; while checking the camera several times each 24 hour period.
Opinion of this camera:
This camera is an enigma:
1. One that is puzzling, ambiguous, or inexplicable.
2. A perplexing speech or text; a riddle.
It, in fact, does capture insects and small animals within 6 feet during daylight and night. It makes good video. On high sensitivity (which is the only way I used it), the motion sensor (sometimes) picks up motion that is outside the frame or activates so slowly that whatever was in the frame has already passed through; so that whatever passed through is missed.
At night is when it becomes a real enigma. The activation response time is very slow, even when set on highest sensitivity. At 10 to 18 feet, the infrared beam seems to be almost like a wide spot beam but will sometimes pick up activity on the edges.
Mounting this camera on anything other than a tree is very difficult; I finally built a pivot arm to strap onto a pole and used a long bolt & nut to make it easier to position the camera.
What did I expect? I expected that day or night, from 20 feet away, which puts the 18 foot raised bed garden fully in the frame, that I would capture video of squirrels, birds, possums and cats. It didn't work out like that for me. For nighttime surveillance, I had to move the camera to the end of the bed and still the results are problematic. From this position, I had cats and possums, (verified by the scat and diggings), which were not detected by the camera. Thats an 18 foot bed with 2/3's of it in the frame. same result from 20 feet away with the 18 foot bed in the frame. (I'm wondering if the animals have developed a new stealth technology?) Even in daylight, it missed a visually verified cat intrusion thus: enigma.)
At random critical times, when you know there was activity and you are really curious about the results, the camera will begin to make zero length files and will continue to make them with each activity until you start to unlatch the camera at which time it will record the unlatching process. enigma !!! This happens day after day.
For me, and my first game cam, this has been a total frustration. A friend who has one of these and two other cheaper camera's for capturing deer video, says he likes his two cheaper cameras better.
Finally, this camera does not have a playback function. Not a problem for me but if you are going to the woods with it, you better have a lot of practice with it before going.
For my needs, I give this camera one star.
2015 UPDATE - 3 years has passed since I purchased this and 4 other Bushnell Cameras and I now have NONE!! They all have quit working, the display dies or it just quits taking pictures. These are definitely not built to last. I am trying Browning Cameras now. Watch for reviews. I don't post reviews too quick, I like to try the product for a while before posting a review to determine lasting quality.
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but still using it today.