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. Refer to page 5 for setup instructions and page 12 for operating tips.
- Large backlit LED screen; instructions printed on camera door
- Supports up to an eight gigabyte SD card; one-year warranty
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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.
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At eighty bucks this camera has most options available in all the makes and models.
Its wake up time is about 2 seconds and its woken shutter speed is less than one second.
I have a serious squirell problem on my feeders and I am impressed with the three shot or 5 shot burst that catches the critter at its statring point, catches a blurred in flight, and landing of the varmint. its a handy tool that advises me where to place critter deterents.
I have bought or used most makes brands and models of these less than stellar products. in my hummble opinion just be happy it works out of the box. but this primos 35 has been the best of the bunch.
Its a shame with the tech available with the digital camera market today that the best trail cams are so far behind the curve. it almost seems intentional. the next best choice is the bushnell or the stealth cam. still i must say you will be lucky if it turns on out of the box. try it out at home the day you get it. run the camera through its paces with your kids, dogs, wife, whatever. just dont walk to the woods strap it up and expect it to work.
I've caught the usual skunks, rabbits, etc. along with fox, coyote, and two different bobcats using these cameras. It's such fun to see what's going on when you're not looking - the night shots can be pretty good too, but the daytime shots are excellent almost without fail. My mother who lives in a semi-rural area (many fences, close neighbors but still some land) actually caught a picture of a bear in the back portion of her place.
Can't say enough good about it - easy to set up, rugged construction, waterproof, easy to mount and move, takes video or photos, and again the battery life is amazing.
The one thing they could do to make this even better is add a time-lapse feature, so instead of motion sensor trigger it takes photos at user chosen intervals, but as it stands there's no reason to not get one. They'd be as good for security cams as they are for wildlife I think.