Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Wireless
- The Trophy Cam HD Wireless is the expanded sister model of the Bushnell Essential.
- The differences between the two models are mainly the higher resolution of the Trophy Cam HD and the possibility to connect the camera via GPRS or GSM to a tablet, a smartphone and a computer.
- Thus, the device is aimed at the professional user who wanted to process recorded images statistically or uses the camera for monitoring.
- 33 infrared LEDs, whose light is barely visible to humans and animals, provide sufficient light even at night.
- An anti-reflective protective cover ensures additional camouflage of the camera.
- You can select time-lapse, continuous, and multi-screen modes.
- Unfortunately, the wireless function is at the expense of the battery life: the batteries are supposed to last up to four months, while there are no wireless tweaks.
- If rechargeable batteries are used, they can be recharged via an optional USB charger.
- Value for moneyThe Bushnell game camera convinces with its high functionality and sophisticated technology.
- In order to use the wireless function, however, a SIM card is needed, which must be inserted into the device.
- In reports, the camera is more than praised, especially the robustness and the good picture quality are mentioned.
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The Trophy Cam HD Wireless is the expanded sister model of the Bushnell Essential. The differences between the two models are mainly the higher resolution of the Trophy Cam HD and the possibility to connect the camera via GPRS or GSM to a tablet, a smartphone and a computer. Thus, the...SubscriberGoo Photo - Devices Reviews & Features