Stealth Cam 8MP 30IR Game Camera
|Price:||$78.00 - $289.60|
- TRIAD: 8.0 Megapixel (3 resolutions) 8MP/4MP/2.0MP, HD Video recording 5-180 seconds
- 30 IR Emitters/80ft range with Reflex Trigger - .5 seconds, Matrix Blur Reduction
- New Intuitive backlit menu programming
- Manual Shot capability, Secure Lock password protection and SD Card slot up to 32GB
- Test Mode, Video output, USB output
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I like that it has three preset modes and it also has a custom mode which I haven't used yet.
And the batteries (it uses eight AA batteries) seem to last a long time. I've had it set up for about a month now and haven't changed batteries yet. It has some false triggers, where there's nothing in the picture (I'm assuming it's triggered by wind or a moving branch), but it doesn't seem to have as many of these as other cameras I've had.
The strap is really long and was able to go around my biggest tree. Other reviewers have mentioned it should have a snap buckle on the strap, and I agree the clamping mechanism could be better. I had to thread it through, then kind of tuck the end in to make sure it was secure. But it seems to be fine. I wouldn't want to deal with moving it a lot, but so far it is holding just fine.
The camera is small and seems to be built very solid. I'm hoping it lasts a long time.
If I had one criticism, it would be that I'd prefer a longer default delay time when activating the device. I find myself fumbling to latch the weather resistant cover in place, and the first images captured are always of some ageing fat guy intently trying to close the cover. :-)