Video quality has come a long way in the decade we’ve been using trail cameras. New technologies are constantly developing and improving the benchmark for all other cameras to follow. Nearly all cameras now offer some level of HD quality, but there are big differences between the same resolutions on different camera traps.
Browning and Bushnell have also released cameras that have ‘Smart’ video which use the PIR sensor to determine if an animal or human is still present and regulate video length accordingly. The maximum length is dependent on the camera.
These new cameras have also switched to a 12V system, rather than the conventional 6V. As a result, the cameras use a little more power, but night video is vastly improved.
If you’re looking for sharp and crisp video quality for your wildlife watching, take a look at these…