Are you looking to add a few more trail cameras to your arsenal? If so, we’ve picked out five economic choices based on capability and brand that we think might fit you well. There are plenty of options to choose from. If you don’t find one you like simply click one of the links below and continue shopping for any last minute hunting gear.
Spypoint Link Micro Nationwide Wireless Trail Camera –$119.99
The smallest wireless camera on the market contains 4 power LED’s, Fast 4G Photo Transmission with preactivated SIM and is fully configurable with the app. The camera runs off a micro sd card with a 0.5 second trigger speed, 10 MP and an 80-foot detection range. You can receive up to 100 pictures a month for free. Learn more by clicking the link below.
Muddy Pro-Cam 14 Game Camera – $53.99
With 14 MP full color daytime photos, invisible flash, 50-foot detection range and optional 2-to-6 photo burst with 2-second intervals, the Muddy Pro-Cam 14 is the best bang for your buck. The camera is compact and reliable and comes in at an affordable price.
Bushnell 16MP Trophy Cam HD Essential E3 Trail Camera, Brown – $73.21
This Bushnell camera was originally priced at $109.99. It contains 0.3 second trigger speed, 100-foot detection and illumination distance and 720p video that can record for 30 seconds. It accepts up to 32GB SD Cards and operates on 8 AA batteries.
Tasco 3 MP Trail Camera with Low Glow IR Night Vision, Tan – $33.97
If you’re on a budget or you want to hang some cameras on public land this is the camera for you. It contains a 30-foot flash distance and a 1-second trigger speed. It’s compatible with 32 GB SD Cards and requires 8 AA batteries.
Moultrie A-40 Game Camera – $69.95
The Moultrie brand has stood the test of time. This camera is 14MP and contains a 0.7 trigger speed. It also comes with 720p video and is compatible with Moultrie Mobile which is sold separately. It requires 8 AA batteries.
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