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Stealth Cam Sniper Shadow

The second camera in the Sniper series is the Sniper Shadow. Two things set this camera apart from other cameras in the stealth lineup. For starters, the Sniper Shadow comes with “No Glo Night Vision” technology wary game animals will be clueless as to the cameras presence. And with a 50 ft range, you’re sure to capture that elusive buck as he passes by. The second feature of the Sniper Shadow is its ability to perform 3 different functions. Using what Stealth Cam calls TRIAD Technology (3 functions in 1), this camera can take video recordings, 8mp still images, and even offers time-lapsed video (allowing hunters to review a day’s worth of activity in a matter of minutes). MSRP: $219.99

Big Game Black Widow

The final 2 models in the Big Game lineup are sure to find a home in any hunter’s neck of the woods. The Black Widow carries all of the same features of the Storm, with the exception of 5MP images, a 40ft. night range, and a 1.2 second trigger time. The Quick Shot carries the same features as the Black Widow, with the exception of the Epic camo finish and Invisi-Flash.

Big Game Quick Shot

The final 2 models in the Big Game lineup are sure to find a home in any hunter’s neck of the woods. The Black Widow carries all of the same features of the Storm, with the exception of 5MP images, a 40ft. night range, and a 1.2 second trigger time. The Quick Shot carries the same features as the Black Widow, with the exception of the Epic camo finish and Invisi-Flash

Big Game Storm

Makers of popular treestands by the same name, this company has jumped into the game camera market with three new models for 2012. The best of the bunch is the Storm. Boasting completely undetectable Invisi-Flash, the Storm is loaded with comparable features of other cameras that have been on the market for years. This is evident in the sharp, crisp, 9MP images captured by the ultra-quick 1/3 second trigger speed. And, if video is your thing, the Storm can fill your needs with 30 frames per second video capabilities. Rounding things out with 1, 3, or 5 photo burst-mode and a 60 ft. night range, the Epic camo covered Storm is quite a “first step” into the trail-camera market.

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD

From the company that started the “tiny” game camera revolution, Bushnell adds a comprehensive list of upgrades to its highly popular Trophy Cam lineup. All 2012 models now feature true HD video resolution with audio and new Field Scan 2x for two windows of image capture. Some models will also include the stealthy Hyper Night Vision no-glow black LED’s for the ultimate in covert image capture. The Trophy Cam is also fast with a 0.6 second trigger time; tacking 8MP images in the blink of an eye. A Field-Scan time-lapse mode also allows images to be taken at set intervals. One-year battery life and programmable trigger interval round out the features.

Cuddeback Ambush IR

No stranger to the game camera business, Cuddeback has been helping customers catch images of wildlife for years. New for 2012 is the Ambush IR. Its small stature makes it great for placement along trails, rub-lines, and scrapes. And, thanks to its ¼ second trigger speed, you’re sure to capture that elusive game animal no matter what time or how fast it passes through your hunting location. With 5-second camera delay, and 10 sec. video clips, the Ambush performs just like cameras half its size. Bowhunters can expect 6 month operation from the 8 “AA” batteries that power the unit. The Ambush also comes with Cuddeback’s Centered Subject Technology and produces high quality 5MP images.

Moultrie Game Spy M-80 XT Mini

Don’t let the name “Mini” fool you. The M-80XT is big on features. Utilizing 4 different Moultrie technologies, the XT is sure to be a favorite among bowhunters everywhere. New features include the FastFire continuous mode, and Plot Stalker Hybrid mode which enables users to capture images at pre-set intervals; in addition to images triggered by game movement. Other features found on the 80XT include Motion Freeze Blur Reduction Technology which reduces infrared nighttime blurring, and Illumi-Night Sensor which provides the brightest and clearest nighttime infrared pictures. The unit operates for up to 1 year on 4 or 8 AA batteries, with a built in battery life indicator and info strip stamped on each 5mp image.

Moultrie Game Spy M-80 Mini

If you’re looking for the ultimate in covert game-tracking technology, then look no further than the Moultrie series of “Black Flash” cameras. Topping the list is the M-80 mini. This sleek, compact camera emits no visible LED light for ultimate concealment. With a 50 ft night range, you’re sure to get a glimpse of those nocturnal bucks. Versatility is also a strong point to of the Mini thanks to its 3 operational modes: IR Trigger Game Camera, Hybrid time-lapse plot camera, Plot camera by day, infrared camera at night. Additional features include a 1-year battery life, 16:9 widescreen images, New FastFire Continuous Shooting Mode (capturing 3 images per second), and temperature, moon phase, time and date ID Stamp.

Moultrie Game Spy M-100 Mini

Featuring Illumi-Night Sensor and Plot Stalker Time-Lapse Technology, the M-100 provides a 60-foot night range and 3 operational modes which include IR trigger game camera, Time-Lapse plot camera, and Plot camera by day, Infrared by night. Password security features in addition to a 1 year battery life means you can rest easy while your camera does all the work. The camera housing also comes in Realtree APG camo for those wanting the ultimate in concealment.

Reconyx HC600 Hyperfire

Three words best describe the new line of Reconyx HyperFire scouting cameras….Smaller, Faster, Sharper. Leading the pack of new cameras is the HC 600. This powerhouse of a scouting camera is a scant 4.5x5.5x3 inches, and carries a trigger speed of a mere 1/5 of a second, and photos as quickly as 2 frames per second. Reconyx has also changed to Secure Digital SD cards and combined them with their own proprietary technology to capture full 1080P High Definition images. Users will also notice increased image quality, day or night thanks to the company’s exclusive Ultra HD IR camera lens. On top of all of this, the Reconyx HC 600 provides “real-world” battery life for up to a full year! A 50ft. flash range, operational zone from -20-120 degrees, time/date/moon/temp stamp, and No-Glow High Output Covert IR Illumination system round out the features on the HC 600.

SpyPoint HD-12

The new HD-12 not only produces high-quality 12MP images, it also records sound and HD video. And with a wireless triggering system, detection range is increased; allowing users to get images across open fields/food plots, or distant trails not within the cameras normal triggering range. The HD-12 also comes with Black Flash technology so no game will be spooked by its presence. As with all other SpyPoint cameras, the features list is very extensive.

SpyPoint Flash/IR

For those who can’t decide between a standard white-flash camera and those with infrared flash, the decision as to which one to buy is solved. The new Flash/IR comes with a highly innovative, interchangeable flash unit that provides infrared flash or standard white-flash by simply removing one or the other. It really is that easy! This allows the camera to take color day/night pictures or black and white at night. With 7MP abilities, a compact design, and all of the same qualities found on the other SpyPoint cameras, the Flash/IR is sure to be a huge hit.

SpyPoint BF-7

Making quite a statement in 2012, SpyPoint has one of the most impressive lineups on the market. First on the list is the compact IR-7. Measuring roughly 4x6x2 inches, this 7MP infrared surveillance camera has a plethora of features; including 46 infrared LED’s for night time illumination, 10-90 sec video recording, date/time/moon/temp stamp, adjustable distance detection sensor (5 to 50 ft) sound recording, and 4 shot burst mode. An additional feature is the removable camera for easier use. Unlike other game cameras, the camera actually separates from the housing; allowing easier handing of the unit. With identical features as the IR-7, the BF-7 has the added capabilities of completely undetectable infrared flash; aptly named “Black Flash”.

SpyPoint IR-7

Making quite a statement in 2012, SpyPoint has one of the most impressive lineups on the market. First on the list is the compact IR-7. Measuring roughly 4x6x2 inches, this 7MP infrared surveillance camera has a plethora of features; including 46 infrared LED’s for night time illumination, 10-90 sec video recording, date/time/moon/temp stamp, adjustable distance detection sensor (5 to 50 ft) sound recording, and 4 shot burst mode. An additional feature is the removable camera for easier use. Unlike other game cameras, the camera actually separates from the housing; allowing easier handing of the unit. With identical features as the IR-7, the BF-7 has the added capabilities of completely undetectable infrared flash; aptly named “Black Flash”.

SpyPoint Live 3G

Keeping up with the fast-paced world we live in, the LIVE 3G instantly sends a 3G Cellular photo through the SpyPoint website. The camera also allows you to choose which images you wish to download to your smartphone or laptop in high resolution. And, with a theft-alert notification, you are instantly sent an e-mail telling you that your camera has been moved. Camera configurations can also be made wirelessly via the SpyPoint website. Unit is available in camo or black finish.

SpyPoint Tiny W2

With a list of possibilities, the new Tiny-W2 is sure to make would-be thieves think twice about taking what isn’t theirs. Thanks to a Blackbox Receiver, which can be placed up to 250ft away from the main camera, each picture that is captured by the main unit is automatically sent to the minuscule backup box hidden discretely some distance away. In the event that your camera is stolen, you will still have access to the images; allowing you to still see the deer activity at your site, but more importantly, the last person who stood in front of your camera. Additional highlights include 8MP images, 3 sensors for a total of 7 zone detection range, compact design, 38 infrared LED’s for night time illumination, adjustable periods of operation, time-lapse mode, instant trigger time, date/time/moon/temp stamp, and video recording.

Stealth Cam Unit OPS

Another new release in 2012 for Stealth Cam is the Unit OPS camera. The Unit OPS is similar to the Sniper Shadow in that it uses “No Glo Night Vision” technology to capture night time photos without your trophy ever knowing the Unit OPS camera is taking his picture. The IR range is exceptional at 50 ft. The camera features BurstMode which shoots 1-9 images per trigger and has a 2x and 4x digital zoom. TRIAD Technology makes the Unit OPS an extremely versatile tool in that it captures video, 8MP still images and even offers a time-lapse video (allowing hunters to review a day’s worth of activity in a matter of minutes). The unit is powered by 8 “AA” batteries and comes black in color. MSRP: $189.99

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