Bushnell Trophy Cam Hd Wireless 8Mp Camera

Priced: $599.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
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Get your trail-cam photos delivered instantly to your cell phone or email with Bushnell's Trophy Cam HD Wireless 8MP Camera. Choose among 8MP full-color images, 720p video with audio during the day, while No-Glo Black LEDs illuminate photos and video after dark without scaring game. Field Scan 2X uses two windows to capture time-lapse photos (video and field-scan images cannot be wirelessly transmitted). 55-ft. illumination range. Camera is pre-loaded with data and included SIM card. Images are delivered to your cell phone or email FREE for the first 30 days, and affordable prepaid plans can be purchased through Bushnell as needed (no contracts required). Command-and-control website allows you to view or change the settings of your camera from anywhere with a smartphone, tablet or computer. FREE app for iPhone® and Android. Accepts up to 32GB SD card (sold separately). Camera ready to use out of the box. Uses 4 or 12 AA batteries (not included).
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Positive Reviews:

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Wireless

Great camera, love the features. Getting instant feedback is a great plus. The only negative is the cost of the Camera itself, it needs to come down in price since you paying monthly fees after 30 day trail.
bearck14 at Cabelas on 01/08/2014

Negative Reviews:

Bushnell Should Pull These Cameras Now

I LOVE Bushnell Trail Cameras. I have 5 cameras on our ranch, and Bushnell is superior. My husband got me this one for Christmas. I was really excited!
Pros- the pics come to the Ap very fast after being taken. That's about it!
Cons - 1. Price! Way too expensive! I would pay it if pics were better. 2. Setup from our ranch (no computers) required using iPhone. Going to the website on 12/26/13 via iPhone would only show about 1/2 of the screen which made it impossible to register and setup. Same from iPad. I had to call someone from home to get on a regular computer so they could view the website in its entirety and enable typing my information in the boxes that weren't fully visible from smartphone. 3. IPhone Ap. great idea - if it worked better. Me and my husband and 1 other person were able to log in to Ap. All others who downloaded it and tried to log in got the little spinning wheel that indicates it is hung up. My husband deleted his Ap so others could watch the wildlife, but they still weren't able to log in. Then he tried to log in again, and has yet to be able to log back on.
4. The email account I used for pictures to come to receives pics only once in a while. There is no rhyme or reason to when it might get one. It has been 5 days since it received a pic. 5. The pics that come in over the Ap are such Poor Quality - I can't tell buck from doe, or whitetail from Axis - day, dusk, or dawn! It makes no difference. Try to enlarge, and it pixellates immediately. No way does any pic come in at 8 MP's - even from. SD card. 6. If on iPhone or iPad, you MUST view your pics from the iPhone Ap, or you can't get your pics at all. You still can't log in to your Online account because the screen is still only about 1/2 visible when viewed from the Web on iPhone and iPad. 7. No iPad Ap - just tiny iPhone. C'mon guys!
I don't believe anyone writing a review here that tries to say this is a good Trail Camera that takes great pictures. It takes crummy pictures. Period!
I have already ordered a different Wireless brand, and plan to return this one as soon as I can retrieve it from the ranch.
It seems like Bushnell pushed this one out too early trying to hit the Christmas sales.
Very Disappointed Bushnell.
AxisRule at Cabelas on 01/16/2014


I have graded this product as fair and I think that is being a bit favorable. I did not give it a (1) b/c it does work so that is a pro. Con's will include bad image quality with both thumbnails and paid for pictures. This camera seems to be very range sensitive too- make sure the game is very close to be able to tell what it is. The biggest draw back I have found is the blurry pictures. These are supposed to be trailcams where game is walking but if the game you are picturing is walking all the details of the picture including the antlers will be blurred. If the game is standing still at less than 10 yards you can expect about a 2MP quality picture if you make the additional high resolution purchase through the web site. Cheers! DanT, La.
DanThunter at Cabelas on 01/29/2014