One of the best things about today’s proliferation of game cameras is the variety of options for high definition photos, video, extended times, flash or infrared and even size, with “micro” cameras now available from a few manufacturers.
What this means is hunters and landowners are able to pick and choose what they need to get the job done. If you want video, something like the PlotWatcher Pro might be your ideal camera. Or if you want a wide angle to cover a field or large gathering area, the Moultrie Game Spy Panoramic 150 could be a consideration.
Likewise, you can spend a lot or a little. The latter, of course, means fewer options just like with a new truck or ATV. Get the base model and you may not have the cool floor mats or electro gizmo in the dash to hook up to your iPhone. Spend more and you can ride in style. Cameras are the same way.
Take the Covert MP6, for example. It’s easy to operate, has different functions and gives you what you need to get good survey information about your deer. The MP6 features include:
- 8MP Resolution
- 28 Infrared LEDs
- Time Lapse mode
- Up to 16GB SD/SDHC card
- Takes pictures or video
- Date, Time, Temp and moon phase imprint
- Video resolution: 640×480 (16fps)
- Trigger speed 1.2sec
- Interval 1sec-60min
- Photo burst 1-3 images
- Adjustable PIR sensitivity (low, med, high)
- Pipe Through security
- Built-in Color Viewing Screen
- 5.1”x 4 ”x 2.9” in size
- Operates on 4 or 8 AA batteries
- Weather Proof
This is a solid camera.With multiple cameras and locations, you can scout from your home and find out more about deer movements, what bucks are around, and any predators that need perforating. Check out the Covert MP6 here.
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