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Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Essential E2 12MP Trail Camera
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- Adjustable images per trigger
- Takes 720p Video
- 3, 8, or 12 MP resolution
- 0.3 trigger speed
- 80 ft. infrared flash range
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Trophy Cam HD Essential E2
Keep a watchful eye on your favorite outdoor spot around the clock. If you want to see what’s out there, all you have to do is set one up.
Temperature range -5° F to 140° F.
PIR sensor is motion activated out to 80 foot.
Runs up to 12 months on one set of batteries.
Adjustable web belt and 1/4-20 socket.
SD card slot.
3, 8 or 12MP high-quality full color resolution.
Adjustable PIR (Lo/Med/High).
0.3-second trigger speed
Programmable trigger interval: 1 second to 60 minutes.
Multi-image mode: 1-3 images per trigger.
Video length: 5 seconds to 60 seconds, programmable.
Field Scan 2x time-lapse mode takes images at pre-set intervals, 1 minute to 60 minutes.
1-Year Battery Life
True one year battery life for all season scouting.
Every image is automatically stamped with day/date, temp and moon phase at time of capture.
Hyper Night Vision
A quantum leap in distance and brightness, this new system ensures that sharpest after-dark imagery.
Field Scan 2X
Time-lapse technology automatically snaps images at preset intervals of one minute to one hour, within the hours of your choice. Now with two available time slots so you can monitor dusk and dawn movement. Because it’s not triggered by game, it provides the widest viewing area possible. But unlike all other time-lapse cameras, its simultaneous live trigger will still capture images of anything that walks by.
The Bushnell trophy cam HD essential E2 is designed to give you the performance and reliability you demand at an exceptional value. With top-tier features like 12MP full resolution images, 0.3 second trigger speed, 720P HD video, field scan 2x, and true 1-year battery life, the trophy cam HD essential E2 gives you all the essentials you need to keep tabs on your next trophy. And that's not all. Get enhanced night vision for crisp, bright night vision images like you've never seen before
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First week of use I managed 447 picture on 8Megapixel, normal trigger, 30 second reset and normal IR nighttime settings, 0 false triggers and maybe 10 that were just slightly blurry and those were night pictures.
Night time you get great pictures, everything within 50 feet is clear and you can see out past 100 feet.
Only complaint so far is that it switches to night time at like 5-6pm, which it's under heavy tree cover and with the sun behind it so that might be playing a role(update this was the issue, moving to face south towards the sun extended daytime mode). Even using nighttime mode at 6pm in the summer it's still looks ok just a little saturated b/c of the extra light.
thus far have gotten 4,000 pictures over 1 month span and batteries (Energizer Lithium) are still showing full on the battery indicator.
15,000k+ pictures, 75%+ are night time with flash and the Energizer Lithium which I originally purchased and which have been installing and outside since August 2016 are still reading full battery on the indicator for the camera and still going strong!!!!!!
I took one star off because it takes too many pictures of nothing. I have tried every sensitivity setting, and I still get around 800 pictures a day. I've tried multiple locations and directions and nothing seems to affect that. I'm not sure if it's birds setting it off that just aren't showing up, or what, but I am getting TONS of pictures of nothing, seriously. That being said, the batteries last months even with all that going on.
Also, currently I have another camera directly behind this one facing the other direction, and I see animals on that one running from the direction of the Bushnell, but they aren't there on the Bushnell at that time. I think my only solution is to get more trail cameras.
Works just as advertised and I'm having a lot of fun seeing what kind of critters are walking my property at night. Amazing color pictures in the daylight and very decent B&W at night. Somewhere there's a review that said when you switch it to off mode it loses the time/date setting, but I've found that's not the case. I just slapped regular Duracell batteries in my camera and have flipped it off/on many times as I take the pictures off the card...it's never lost the time setting. You can also get a TON of 12 mb pictures on a relatively small SD card, so no need to splurge of the expensive one. You're better off buying two smaller ones and swapping them when you want to check your pictures.
Might be worth doing a price history search, as there's some variation. As soon as the price drops again I'm going to buy a second.