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  1. I’ve been browsing online more than three hours lately, yet I by no means found any interesting article like yours.
    It is lovely price sufficient for me. Personally, if all site owners and bloggers made excellent content as you probably did, the internet might be much more helpful than ever before.

  2. Excellent article. It’s a goldmine of information for a newb like me.

    The buyer guide cleared a lot of confusion I had about trail cameras.

    Btw, can you tell me the difference between infrared flash and infrared covert trail cameras?


    • Sorry for the late reply. I, somehow, missed your comment.

      Back to the question…

      The primary difference between the two is that infrared cameras do not produce a “white flash” when an image is clicked. Instead, when taking a picture at night, the infrared emitters glow a faint red that is visible if an animal or person is looking directly at the camera.

      On the other hand, infrared covert cameras produces no light whatsoever when taking pictures at night.

      Hope that clears up your confusion.

  3. I checked your website and am impressed with the details you have covered.
    I have a question.
    Should I be using my digital camera to view pictures clicked by my trail camera during game time or buy a game camera viewer?

    A lil confused here and am looking for a recommendation.

    • Hey Frank,

      in our opinion, it is better to go for a game camera viewer than depending on your digital camera to view pictures. Viewing pictures clicked by a trail camera on a digital camera is neither recommended by us or by the manufacturers.
      I hope this helps


    • Hello David,

      No there is no difference between a trail camera and a game camera. They are both the same and used to capture pictures of wildlife in the said vicinity. It is done either to hunt the game or with the purpose of wildlife photography.

      I hope this helps


  4. Stumbled on your site by accident.. but I’m glad I did.

    The above guide on trail cameras is brilliant and thorough. It has certainly given me a new perspective on what exactly to look for in a trail camera.

    Keep up the good work!

  5. So you think Steatlh Cam is better than Bushnell and Browning?

    I kind of agree with you on those points mentioned like detection range and motion detection. But sometimes Stealth shows blurriness at night. Include that in your cons list.

  6. Hey,
    White snaps appear in stealth too. I think browning is way better than Stealth though stealth is good as well.

    I am looking for a list of waterproof cameras. When do you think you will come up with that?


    • Hello Raymond,

      Yes we agree that Stealth G42 has some white snap complains but that happens only when the game/animal is very close to the camera. No doubt Browning has great line of products and it has excelled in the industry.

      Yes we are soon coming up with a complete list of waterproof trail cameras that you can check out.


  7. Ohh you have already done the 2019 list.

    I think Browning & stealth camera g42ng are the best ones. And you do think the same.

    Bushnell is costly and good quality but limited options it seems to me.

    • Hello Gilbert,

      Nice to see your comment.
      We really think the Stealth G42NG has outdone all the competition if we talk about value for money.

      Yes, Browning is undoubtedly a very powerful trail camera but the Stealth G42NG is out there as a trail camera costing you less than $100 and providing such good range, of 100 mtr night detection, Infrared LED and other great features.

      Bushnell is one of the most powerful trail cameras but we think of the G42NG as the best trail camera under $100 and best value for money camera.

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