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New Trail Cameras for 2022

By Brad KaufmannFebruary 15, 2022
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LAST UPDATED: August 2nd, 2022

The focus of most trail camera companies for 2022 seems to be making a more affordable cellular camera with better data plans. With that in mind, here are some of the new trail cameras that we saw during this year’s ATA show.

Wildgame Innovations - Terra Cell

Wildgame Innovations Terra Cell Camera

The Terra Cell camera combined with the HuntSmart app makes for one of the easiest cell camera setups on the market. With the quick QR code setup, you’ll have this camera deployed and sending intel to your phone in no time. Not only is this super simple and easy to setup, but it has the best data plan available with unlimited photos at only $10 a month for both Verizon and AT&T.

Trigger Speed – <1s

Photo Quality – 20MP

Price – $119.99

Browning - Strike Force Pro DCL & Defender Pro Scout Max

New Trail Cameras For 2022

Browning’s flagship Strike Force model features “Dual Camera Lens Technology”. They developed a custom-tuned daytime camera lens to produce razor-sharp daytime images, while the dedicated night camera lens takes incredibly clear nighttime images.

Trigger Speed – .15s

Photo Quality – 26MP

Price – $169.99

The new Defender Pro Scout Max was designed to run for up to 1 year in the field on a set of 8 AA batteries. The high-resolution camera sensor paired with fast trigger speeds, cellular technology with month-to-month plans, and a 100-foot detection range make this one of the best cameras that won’t break the bank.

Trigger Speed – .25s

Photo Quality – 20MP

Price – $139.99

Bushnell - Cellucore 20 Solar

New Trail Cameras For 2022

The Cellucore 20 Solar is a quality cell camera with the added benefit of an integrated solar panel and rechargeable battery. With a trigger speed of less than 1 second, you’ll get crystal clear 20 megapixel images sent directly to your phone with plans through Verizon or AT&T starting at $10 per month.

Trigger Speed – <1s

Photo Quality – 20MP

Price – $129

SpyPoint - Flex

New Trail Cameras For 2022

The new Flex by Spypoint is a first-of-its-kind cell camera that has dual-sim multi-carrier technology that allows it to use whichever cell carrier works best in the area. The bulked-up antenna was designed to optimize cellular signal so that you get the best cell coverage available. Setup is a breeze and the new responsive trigger automatically configures the camera’s settings to the outside conditions.

Trigger Speed – .3s

Photo Quality – 33MP

Price – $169

Covert - Code Black Select

New Trail Cameras For 2022

The Code Black Select is one of Covert’s new top-of-the-line cell cameras for 2022. It has a trigger speed of .2 seconds, can shoot 4k HD videos and 30 megapixel images, has an 80-ft detection range with 100-ft flash range. It runs on 12 AA batteries and has a 2″ viewing screen on the inside. Data plans run through AT&T or Verizon.

Trigger Speed – .2s

Photo Quality – 30MP

Price – $269.99

Cuddeback - L Series

New Trail Cameras For 2022

The L Series camera will be available in both the CuddeLink and CuddeLink Cell technology, so it can perform as a regular cell camera or as part of a CuddeLink system. The new backlit LCD screen makes it easier to adjust settings or check the camera during low-light situations, and the new sensitivity adjustment allows you to change the detection sensitivity to try and have more photos taken.

Trigger Speed – .25s

Photo Quality – TBD

Price – $180-$200

Tactacam - Reveal X-Pro

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The Reveal X-Pro cell camera comes equipped with a built-in LCD screen and a built in GPS system. It’s dual carrier compatible for Verizon and AT&T, utilizes no glow IR technology, and you can get HD videos sent directly to your phone.

Trigger Speed – .5s

Photo Quality – TBD

Price – $169.99

Brad Kaufmann
Brad is a full time employee with Bowhunting.com. He works behind the scenes with both the Bowhunt or Die Webshow, and many of the videos and articles that Bowhunting.com produces.
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