A great trail camera can be hard to come by. Why? The simple answer is because it should be sensitive enough to capture every little motion, but at the same time, also be sturdy to withstand all types of weather conditions. Further, it must also be a breeze to set up and use because not all people purchase trail cameras for the sake of monitoring wild game.
Good thing, a lot of new releases of trail cameras have these very features. The problem lies in keeping everything balanced. What are we talking about? We are pointing to the fact that not all trail cameras in the market can deliver on their promising features. It is hard to get a trail camera wherein all the listed features are working well.
In short, you should expect a trail camera that captures great image to have low motion detection, or a trail camera that is hypersensitive can be a bit flimsy, and so on and so forth. But the BlazeVideo Trail Camera claims to have it all. Not only that, but it also claims to be the best of the best.
Once and for all, we are now going to review all the claims of this trail camera to see if there are any truth to them. We are also going to take a look at its pros and cons to see if this camera is worth your hard-earned money. Itching to know if this trail camera is one of a kind? Then, keep on reading.
Let us first take a look at the features of this trail camera. For its exterior, just like any other trail camera, the unit itself is protected by a fatigue case. It is done as such so that it will easily blend with its surroundings when mounted to a tree.
Moving on to the quality of its camera, it has an 8MP CMOS sensor, a 16MP color resolution that is HD, and a 1080P video that is also HD. There are also multi-shot modes too. It boasts 0.2 seconds of trigger time with the help of the PIR sensor.
At the same time, it has a 130-degree wide view angle lens. Moreover, it also has a choice between flextime and time lapse. For those who give importance to the quality of images and videos, the redux anti-blur technology will take care of that.
There are also features that solve the problem when taking images at night as it has a low-glow, infrared LED that is covert. In fact, it boasts 40 pieces of 940NM LEDs, which can provide 20 meters or 65 feet of range when in the dark. A thing to note is that it does not produce a bright flash, so it will not scare the wildlife.
Further, it has a waterproof function up until IP66. Also, it can still work well under extreme temperatures as it can hold its own from -20°C to 60°C. As for its screen, it has a 2.4-inch LCD in which you can also personalize the look of the display. It is powered by 8AA batteries.
Lastly, a package includes the trail camera itself, a strap, a USB cable, and a user manual. The trail camera can also support an SD card that is up to 32GB, but this is not included and can be bought separately.