Best Trail Cameras 2011
Best Trail Cameras in 2011
The advancement in trail camera technology over the past few years has been remarkable. There are many new trail cameras that
have come out this year. We have decided to pick just a few trail cams that have really caught our attention enough to include in this intentionally short list of trail cameras. Now these cameras are not the cheapest on the market and they may not have the best savings opportunity as products listed in some of our other posts; however, this list is based on the highest quality and best product specs available on the market today – in our opinion; we are pretty sure that you will agree.
The Moultrie Game Spy M-100 has made the top of our list of best trail cameras in 2011 for several reasons. First of all we have to admit that this camera doesn’t have the ‘best’ specs available as mentioned above…but it’s pretty close! The Game Spy m-100 is a mini camera that literally can fit in your hand! That feature alone can be invaluable and make up for the specs it might lack in comparing to other trail cameras. If you are accustomed to carrying multiple cameras in a backpack to set-up or take down then the lighter the better. For most of you this camera will outperform your current traditional trail cam by leaps and bounds.
Some quick specs that you can find with the M-100 are: 6.0 megapixel resolution, use of 4 or 8 batteries and up to one full year of battery life, a 32 GB SD card capacity, a 2″ LCD viewing screen. The M-100 is also capable of recording video with sound. If you want to learn a little bit more about the M-100 - Learn More.
The Bushnell 8MP Trophy Bone Collector Trail Camera has made our list of best trail cameras in 2011. This trail camera has a resolution of 8.0 megapixels which beats my wife’s point and shoot digital camera with 7.1 megapixels. This Bushnell trail camera uses 4 and or 8 AA batteries with up to one year of batter life. With a 45 ft. infrared flash range and 32 GB SD card capacity this camera is about as good as you can get. The Bushnell 8 MP has time-lapse technology which allows you to take pictures at a pre set time and in pre set intervals to be able to record a meadow, water hole, or feeder… learn more
The Moultrie Game Spy I-65s made our top 3 in our list of best trail cameras in 2011. The I-65s specs are top of the line. The I-65s has a 50 ft. range infrared flash, 6.0 megapixels, and a 16 GB SD card capacity. The Moultrie I-65s comes with password protection and a 2″ viewing screen. Learn More.
There are many excellent trail cams available today. We think that if you were to buy any of the above three cameras you will not be disappointed. If you have experience with one of the three cameras above please leave a comment sharing your personal experience below. Also don’t forget our forum! Good luck in your preseason scouting ventures and all the best to you throughout your hunting season.
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