Stealth Cam Review: Shadow, Unit Opson Jul 17, 2012
In addition, not only do these cameras allow you to shoot video, they also enable you to shoot photos as well. With the ability to shoot pictures at 8.0, 3.0 and 1.3mp high resolution, there is a setting to fit every hunter’s needs. And, depending on the megapixels you choose, you can get a good deal of images on one SD card. These cameras will accept up to a 16gb card.
With the right equipment, you can mount your scouting camera in just about any position or place you need.
When taking photos, you can choose to use the “Burst Mode” feature. This allows you to shoot between 1 and 9 images per trigger. You are also able to customize the time between triggering. This can be anywhere from 0-59 seconds or 0-59 minutes. For those who want to have a more predetermined interval, there is a Time Lapse mode, which allows you to program the camera to take images when you want. This feature can be especially helpful when trying to pattern a particular animal you may be after.
There is more to an image than just what is in the picture. Savvy bowhunters rely on other information to formulate the best plan of attack.
Being able to know the time, date, temperature and moon phase are crucial pieces of information to any hunter who is trying to pattern an animal. Thankfully Stealth Cam has made sure that every picture is stamped with all those vital pieces of information for you, so there doesn’t have to be any guessing on your part. With all the features that Stealth Cam has put into these two cameras, there is no doubt that you are sure to capture whatever passes by your camera’s location.
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