Bushnell 24MP Trophy Cam HD Aggressor - No Glow - Camo
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Manufacturer code: BN119877 | Our code: 126080
Bushnell 24MP Trophy Cam HD Aggressor - No Glow. New Pre-set menu choices based on location and illuminated 5-way button control panel make these units the best Trophy Cam ever. Field-proven design with a removable “ARD” anti-reflection LED cover, strengthened cable lock channel and an improved latch for maximum ruggedness.
These No-Glow models feature black LEDs that are invisible to both wildlife and humansmaking them ideal for surveillance, security, wildlife photography and hunting. These models provide stunning images with a super-fast 0.2-second trigger speed, hyper 0.5s recovery rate, extended nighttime photo range and upto 1-year battery life. The New Trophy Cam HD No Glows are exactly what hunters have been waiting for.
- Lightning fast 0.2s trigger speed
- Incredible 0.5s recovery rate
- 100 Feet Detection Distance
- Pre-set menus and backlit 5-way buttons for easy setup
- Dynamic video
- Unparalleled night vision distance and brightness
- Wireless Connectivity: No
- Resolution Setting: 24MP
- PIR Sensor: Low/Med/High/Auto
- Night Vision Flash: 48 Black LEDs
- LCD Display: Colour LCD Viewer
- Data Stamp: Yes
- GPS Geotag: Yes
- Power Supply: AA (8)
- Solar Compatible: Yes
- Battery Life: Up to 1 year
- Video Resolution: 1920x1080p
- Video Length: Up to 120 seconds (day), up to 60 seconds (night)
- SD Card Capacity: 32 GB
- Field Scan 2X: Yes
- Audio Record: Yes
- Hybrid Capture: Yes
Review by Alan Edwards
Mainly used at night so far the best sequence being a fox drinking from my garden pond. Its early days so far but I intend to experiment with the parameters to get the best out of it.
Review by David Ferns
great product took a few minutes to set up as the manual type face too small for my eyes which was frustrating for me but used downloaded copy to read
Review by David Taylor
I have only had the CAM a few days but so far it does what I expected of it.I watched the video on you tube by Simon KIng on how to set up the Nature View whilst it is slightly different it was still very helpful in setting up the Trophy CamI also spent time on reading the manual before rushing in.