Below are some of the important features to keep in mind when comparing Hunting Cameras.

Motion Detection
Cameras with motion detection can take photo when the camera observes motion within its field of view. These photo can alert you to suspicious activity so you can monitor the situation.

Field of View
Field of view refers to how wide an angle a camera can record. This is important because it will affect how many cameras you’ll need and where you should place them.

Night Vision
The distance from which your camera can record images in low- to no-light situations can have a great impact on its effectiveness because usually it will be used at night.

Used in different harsh environment
It must be nice camera if can works well in waterproof(dust-proof, drop-proof and rain-proof), and good perform in kinds of environment like desert or tropical rain forest throughout the seasons.

Easy use
Reasonable and unique operation button design, embedded 2.4-inch color LCD screen, simple menu/settings, anyone can easily get started.

Cost
Obviously, if a camera costs so much that you can no longer afford the valuables you’re trying to protect with it, then it doesn’t serve a purpose. Cost is a factor for every purchasing decision.

Resolution
Resolution defines how clear the image from your camera will be. A clearly visible image is very helpful when trying to identify faces or items in the images your camera records.

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