Bushnell 8.0 Megapixel Camo Trophy Cam

Priced: $179.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Bushnell 8.0 Megapixel Camo Trophy Cam -
Featuring field-scan time-lapse technology, this Cabela’s-exclusive trail camera allows you to monitor food plots and field edges beyond the sensor’s 45-ft. range. The field-scan setting compresses long periods of time into just minutes of footage, making scouting a breeze. Choose from 3, 5 or 8MP full-color images or video during the day, while 24 low-glow infrared LEDs illuminate photos and video after dark. Multi-image mode lets you capture one to three images per trigger. Video length can be set from one to 60 seconds. Trigger interval is fully adjustable up to 60 minutes and features a lightning-fast one-second trigger speed. The Trophy Cam has the best battery life in the industry and takes four or eight AA batteries (not included). Memory-card slot accepts SD cards up to 32GB (SD card sold separately). Realtree AP™; camo housing and adjustable web belt are Python-lock compatible.
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Bushnell 8.0 Megapixel Camo Trophy Cam Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Not Bad For Infrared!

I have purchased several different cameras from several different companies and have not been 100% satisfied with any one camera yet but they are getting better. I am still trying to find the best infrared camera for the money and the Trophy Cam is close. Still have some blurry antlers but there are more clear than blurry. Battery life is good and trigger speed is good. Could be a little easier to program.
Muzzy212 at Cabelas on 01/21/2014

Good Cam overall

I got this as a gift and had to send it back after one use. It seems the chip was bad.
Got the replacement and used it for a couple of weeks.
Works great as long as the game is not moving too fast.
Programing is confusing but that could be me.
I have more pictures of me than any game !
Sonny7491 at Cabelas on 01/29/2014

clear pics

works great,no problems
deere55 at Cabelas on 12/31/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Blurry Pics

This camera takes nice still pictures but if the animal is moving even slowly the pic is blurry and you can't even count the points on a buck. The battery life is great and trigger speed is good.
Deerhunter8 at Cabelas on 01/07/2014