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When choosing a hunting camera price and features are important. However, the setting where the camera will be utilized is also a significant factor. Cameras placed along a trail require different characteristics than a camera placed at a food plot. To make sure hunters choose the best trail camera for capturing deer images they need…

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  • Description:

    When choosing a hunting camera price and features
    are important. However, the setting where the camera
    will be utilized is also a significant factor.
    Cameras placed along a trail require different
    characteristics than a camera placed at a food plot.
    To make sure hunters choose the best trail camera
    for capturing deer images they need to look at the
    criteria for each type of scouting location.

    Feeder Area

    With feeder sites most hunting cameras will be just
    fine. The deer are attracted to a precise area so
    hunters don’t have to be concerned about having a
    hunting camera with an excellent detection device.
    If the camera has a short flash distance, hunters
    can position the camera accordingly. For feeding
    areas, hunters don’t need to pay extra for a fast
    trigger time.

    Trail Area

    When selecting a hunting camera to scout a deer
    trail a fast trigger reaction time is vital. Some
    deer will be moving fast enough that a slow trigger
    time will prevent the capturing of their images.
    Most of the time a trail location does not allow
    hunters to place the camera far enough away from the
    trail to utilize a hunting camera with a slow
    trigger time.

    Spending extra money for a fast trigger time is
    worth it for scouting trails. Infrared flashes are
    also a good choice in this close situation since
    they don’t scare deer and they react quicker than
    incandescent flashes.

    Food Plot

    When taking pictures at a food plot the hunting
    camera will typically be functioning in a broad
    area. Choose a camera which features a wider than
    average detection zone and a long detection zone.
    Hunters using cameras which produce a weak flash
    often are disappointed with the images taken at a
    food plot.

    Remote Hunting Areas

    A hunting camera with a long lasting battery is
    essential unless you have time to frequently replace
    batteries. Select a trail camera which includes an
    external battery jack. Hooking up a 12 volt battery
    provides the camera with an extensive amount of
    functioning time. Solar chargers have become popular
    with hunters.

    Public Areas

    Unfortunately, hunters have been known to loose
    cameras due to theft. It’s important to properly
    camouflage the camera. Using camouflage tape made
    for archery can be helpful. Wrapping a bungee cord
    around the trail camera and placing some vegetation
    near the trail camera can be effective. Make sure
    the vegetation and the bungee cords are not blocking
    the sensors or the lens.

    Quality locking devices and cages are also good
    choices. Usually, a security box can be bought to
    fit a hunting camera. Cables can be utilized to
    secure the camera, however, if a thief is determined
    to steal the camera he can use bolt cutters and
    other devices to detach it from its location.

    Use an infrared flash to prevent attracting the
    attention of a thief. Due to the possibility of
    theft in public property, it may be best not to use
    an expensive camera.

    Before selecting a hunting camera it’s important to
    determine the specific type of location the camera
    will be operating in. The scouting site will play a
    major role in deciding the type and quality of
    camera that is required.


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