Wildgame Innovations 360 Camera, Bark
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- New 360 degree IR digital trail camera - 12 megapixels
- 360 degree image capturing capability!! capable of both daytime/nighttime still images and 720P video, 70 ft IR flash range and a 1.5 second trigger speed, includes custom T- post mounting bracket System which will allow you to monitor an entire food plot
- UP to 6 month Battery life on 8AA batteries (not included), accepts up to a 32 gb SD card, great for Game scouting and security, water resistant and weather endurable, includes t-post mounting bracket System
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The leader in trail camera innovation, Wildgame innovations brings you the revolutionary 360 Cam. The super Quit Infrared system offers 70 ft. Illumination range. The camera is equipped to take high quality 12 Mega Pixel Images with rapid trigger speed. The bark textured 360 Cam comes with an easy to use t-post mounting bracket and is powered by 8 AA batteries (not included).
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I purchased these to put out in a field where I am helping a farmer trap some wild pigs that have destroyed his winter wheat harvest for the last two years. It has been a big help.
1. It shoots pretty good video and still photos
2. It mounts well on a t-post. Because the tops of t-posts can be a little bent, you need to fully remove the mount to attach it.
3. Battery life is pretty good. Each camera has shot about 125 30 second videos plus a number of still photos over a time frame beginning May 12th through June 5th (the last videos shot before I checked it on June 18th). The batteries still had life and did not lose the settings. The videos were on highest quality, and the PIR sensitivity was on the highest. Most videos/photos were shot at night using the IR lights and pushing the batteries more.
4. Almost 360 coverage (it is more like having two 150 degree cameras back to back as far as coverage.
5. Covers quite a bit of action.
6. The pictures are, overall, pretty decent for the conditions and setup. They are not professional photographer quality, but that is not what I am expecting. I am expecting, though, to be able to make use of them. And to even see black pigs at night is good.
While I am listing more CONs than PROs, that does not mean this is a bad camera. This is a first edition that I hope will improve with the second edition.
1. The highest settings on the video tend to cause some skipping in the record video.
2. The highest sensitivity setting on the motion sensor tends to get quite a few "false positives" because of wind motion (I got quite a few photos and videos of tall grasses blowing in the breeze).
3. Videos are 30 seconds without option.
4. Video is AVI. While not a bad format, it is a format that tends to allow for errors. Probably would be better if videos were in m4v format which also allows for smaller files on the disk.
5. The LCD screen has small print that is a little hard on these old eyes. It might be better in future editions of this camera if the screen scrolls and has larger print
6. The camera will not record video at 180 degrees to the right or the left of the set point (to be fair, this may or may not be fully possible).
7. The sensor seems to be a little slow to pick up movement.
This camera has captured me moving through an opening in the woods at appx 55 yards, with a non-blurry motion photo.
It has captured deer as the deer moved through and grazed multiple times, with multiple deer and at night, with no reaction from the deer.
Despite its motion, I have not noticed any increase in battery consumption compared to my Moultrie cams (A-5 v1-v2/A20 models) and the battery seems to be on par with the standard wildgame innov trail cams, which were always good with battery life.
There are always going to be some photos on trail cams that leave you scratching your head, but generally speaking, there are enough photos taken with good enough quality to identify the game in your area, including not just buck or doe, piglet or opossum, but also the number of points on the rack and the pattern.
Pros: the 360 degree picture taking capability insures that the game walks in front of the camera.. making sure that you get a good photo of whatever it is that triggered it.
Cons: you can't just put this camera on any tree like an ordinary game camera, there can't be anything blocking the back side.. so you have to bring something to mount the camera on top of such as a post. (Fence t post work great as for as mounting is concerned).
Overall all good camera just takes a little more thought and planning for set up.