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
The Sniper Professional HD Jim Shockey Series is the top of the line from Stealth Cam. Its features seem never ending but I will go over them with you. First, new in many of the cameras offered by Stealth Cam are the new ZX7 processors, which delivers faster trigger speeds, longer battery life, and now 720 HD video with audio among others This camera is a 8 mega pixel camera but can be lowered to a 3 or 1.3mp for more photo storage capacity. It has a burst mode setting allowing you to shoot 1-9 photos per event. It has a popular time lapse mode that is compatible with the hybrid image scan software that is downloadable from their website to your computer. It allows you to go over days of images fast and seamless. This camera records 720HD video with sound in 5-300 second video clips. I have come to love this option in trail cameras because it’s entertaining to hear what animals are doing as well as seeing. It stamps the date, time, temperature, and moon phase on every photo and video clip and the 54 IR emitters light up the evening photos out to 60 feet. The camera uses 8 “AA” batteries that are in a weatherproof plastic housing. This is sure to be a popular camera among trail camera users!
New from Stealth Cam is the G30 camera, featuring up to 8mp photos, HD video recording, Reflex trigger system with under 1 second response, Matrix Blur Reduction, and Retina low light sensitivity.
New from Stealth Cam is the G30 camera, featuring up to 10mp photos, HD video recording, Reflex trigger system with under 1 second response, Matrix Blur Reduction, and Retina low light sensitivity.
The Core 3 is an inexpensive offering from Stealth Cam. Don’t let the price point fool you as there are a lot of options in this compact trail camera. This is a 3 mega pixel camera but can also use a lower resolution of 1.3 mp. It sports 40 IR emitters that light up the night up to 50ft. There is a burst mode setting allowing you to take 1-9 photos per event. It has a time lapse setting allowing you to set the camera to take photos continuously. This setting has become very popular among trail camera enthusiasts. It also records video with sound in 10-180 second lengths and stamps the date, time, moon phase, and temperature on them. Another great option is the 4 digit security code the user will have to use in order to operate the camera. The camera uses 8 “AA” batteries that are in a weatherproof plastic housing. Be looking for them soon!
The Epic HD This amazingly small camera is instant on, shoots in 1080 HD and allows you to sync several cameras to a single remote. This small device has a wide angle lens and the capability to handle up to a 32-GB removable card. The remote operates cameras easily at 60 feet with reported use at over 100 feet.
Small, compact, and lightweight, it offers a 30-foot flash range plus audio capability.
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
New Archer's Choice trail camera from Stealth Cam.