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Stealth Cam G42 No-Glo Trail Game Camera STC-G42NG
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- RETINA(Sub1-‐Second Trigger) – Superior low light performance for extended nighttime range
- 42 "BLACK" IR Emitters/100ft range
- Reflex Trigger - .5 seconds
- New Intuitive backlit menu programming. Retina low-light sensitivity
- Burst Mode 1-9 images per triggering. The STC-G42NG take a standard Mini-B USB.
- Manual shot capability with Secure Lock password protection built in SD Card slot up to 32GB
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Stealth Cam G42NG
Stealth Cam's G42NG comes packed with features for the next generation hunter. The 10MP Trail Camera captures high-quality 10MP pictures and five- to 180-second of HD videos with audio. The no glow 42 black IR emitters allow a 100 foot visibility range in the dark yet won't spook nighttime game . Retina low-light-sensitivity technology catches light and disperses IR illumination to create a detailed, evenly lit scene. Matrix Blur Reduction takes crisp images of moving subjects in IR mode. Multi-Zone detection offers more accurate coverage, while the Reflex trigger snaps pictures in under a second. Rapid-fire burst mode takes up to nine photos after being triggered, and time-lapse mode with PIR override catches images of game over set periods of time. Fast setup with preprogrammed or manual modes. Five- to 59-second and one- to 59-minute recovery timeout. Secure password. Time, date, moon-phase, temperature and name stamps. Intuitive backlit display. USB and video output. Accepts SD cards up to 32GB (not included). Uses 8 AA batteries (not included). External power jack for 12-volt battery. 5-1/2"H x 4"W x 2-1/2"D.
Designed And Engineered In The U.S.A.
Proven Leaders, Proven Quality.
- 4 resolution settings ranging from 2 MP up to 10 MP
- No glow Black IR flash - 42 LEDs illuminate targets up to 100' away
- Fast Reflex trigger system - 1/2 second activation
- TRIAD 3-in-1 technology - captures still images, HD video, and time lapse shots
- Records video clips of 5-180 seconds with audio
- QuickSet setup - quick and easy setup with the flick of a switch
- Matrix Advanced blur reduction technology - more clear nighttime shots
- Retina low light sensitivity technology
- Multi-Zone detection capability
Quick Set Program Setting
Easy to setup with preprogrammed or manual modes. Intuitive backlit display with secure password protection.
Advanced 10.0 Mega Megapixel Technology
Matrix Blur Reduction, Multi-Zone Detection, and Reflex trigger captures that clear picture when seconds count.
No Glow Black IR Emitters
No Glow technology will not spook game at night, while the 42 black IR emitters allow the camera a 100 foot visibility range in the dark.
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I'm so impressed that I took the time to provide feedback along with some photos taken recently with the camera.
The product is just as most describe it. Solid built, quality workmanship, etc. but important information has been left out of the instructions & product description from the manufacturer. I just got off the phone with their customer service about 1 hour ago (1-26-15) because all of my pics were coming out very blurry & grainy. The first question he asked me was what brand of card did I have- he said he camera is supported by 2 brands- SanDisk & PNY. I explained I had a Class 10 32gb PNY SD card(second card I had bought as first was class 4). The new 32gb card I got was A MICRO card with the adapter that comes with it.
That's when he told me that NO Micro cards were supported by the camera. I explained I had not seen anywhere in the instructions nor advertising/promotions stated that fact. The Stealth Cam tech guy said it was in the instructions, but I got my manual out & there was no mention of the unsupported Micro cards. I was surprised that he had told me it was in the instructions when in fact it had not.
If I am wrong about this please let me know & I will change my rating.
***UPDATE***. I have owned this camera for about 6 months now I am so pleased with the camera I am now rating the product 5 stars
instead of the three stars I first rated it due to the SPECIFIC type of memory card. The recommended card is the full size
Card that is a type 10 NOT A MICRO with the adapter whether it is a Type 10 or not. These memory cards have super fast
transfer rates so the abilities of the camera can be seen in perfect clarity.
BTW- go ahead & spend the few extra dollars for the Energizer Ultimate batteries they really work well. I had the camera
out for about 6 weeks taking LOTS of pics, etc, the batteries were still full strength. Picture clarity, distance of detection,
& excellent camera standby to help make an excellent product.
New 5 star rating for camera because it's AWESOME! Just make sure to get the right memory card & use the best batteries
I'm a photographer and I have also set up my own home security system so I understood cameras a bit and knew this camera's IR would not detect motion through the glass/windows of my car so I set it up for Time Lapse. 1 shot every 5 seconds for a 10 hour period (overnight). I set the camera to the lowest resolution - 2 MP - so that it would not have issues writing to the SD card. I bought cards big enough to cover the 7,200 frames it would take each night.
The problem I found immediately was the camera was not taking 7,200 pics a night. It actually never took that many. The most was about 4,000. But other nights it was taking anywhere from 400-1,300. I tried 3 different SD cards including a Sandisk Extreme Pro Class 10 – which is a very good card with the ability to write at 95 MB per second.
I called the company’s tech support. I and it was nice they picked up right away, but they were not very helpful. The first day I called I asked if they could give me an exact brand and model # of an SD card I could buy that they had tested and knew to be compatible with their camera. I was told any card would work as long as it was not a micro or ultra card. The micro issue I could understand being an issue and told them I had not used a micro card. As for the ultra card, they told me really good SD cards for digital cameras did not work well with the Stealth Cam… This made absolutely no sense to me. I said, “The stealth cam is a digital camera” they replied, well it’s not a digital camera like regular cameras”. The best I could understand what they were telling me was that mediocre SD cards were good for their camera, but good SD cards were not. That made no sense to me, but it didn’t matter before the first two cards I tried were pretty mediocre cards, one I bought at my local supermarket.
Then they said I needed to update my firmware because mine was out of date and the new firmware had just come out. To that I said, so you are telling me that the time lapse feature did not work on any previous firmware versions. They told me no, time lapse worked just fine on older versions. So I asked, “Then why do I need to update it?” I was told then that things like smart phones and computers need to be updated regularly. I replied that, yeah, but they are constantly updating because of new viruses, knew apps, new features, etc. My stealth cam does not have wi-fi and is a standalone product and is not affected by viruses, malware, new apps, etc.. So if the old firmware worked just fine for time lapse then why would I need to update it. She replied that the latest firmware would fix all my problems. I knew it wouldn’t but told her I would update the firmware, thinking the only reason I would update it was so I could call back the next day to tell them I had done it but it didn’t fix the problem.
So in the evening I sat down at my PC to update the firmware. I downloaded it and the install instructions. After putting the new firmware on an SD card and putting it into the camera I was instructed to navigate to “SW UPDATE” – this is straight forward enough but there was a problem. Nowhere in the menu was there an SW UPDATE option. I looked EVERYWHERE. I double checked to make sure I was reading the correct instructions for my camera. I was.
The next day I called back to explain what I had tried to do. I spoke with a new person who told me I DID NOT NEED TO UPDATE MY FIRMWARE. The version I had should work just fine…..
So moving on I restated the problem I was having with the camera. I again asked for a specific SD card model that they had tested. The only suggestion I was given was Sandisk or PNY. I told her I had tried a Sandisk. She then said, “try a PNY then”. At this point I said “Look, I can’t just go out and buy tons of SD cards trying to find one that works, I ‘ve tried 3 so far, if you can’t give me an exact model number and you have no other suggestions I’m going to return the camera.
“Well you could try a had reboot”
“Okay, how do I do that? “
“Take out the batteries and let the camera sit for up to 48 hours to let the battery fully drain. That fixes 9 out of 10 of the problems with the camera.”
This was the nuttiest thing I had heard so far. I understand when you turn off an electrical device it takes a few seconds for the light to go off sometimes. I get that. But 48 hours??? I’m sorry, but if that is the advice to fix a brand new camera that I really need to be working ASAP….
Anyway, I just printed out the return mailing label. This camera did not work for me. Too bad, the pics I did see were quite nice. I liked the rugged design on the camera too. But they really need to get this thing working right before they start selling them. They also need tech support by more technically minded people.