Trail-camera Pictures – Enough snow melted so that I was finally able to get into the woods to check a couple of trail-cameras. I set this camera (Primos Truth 35) back in October, and I was surprised to find it still operating some five months later. Not only had several months passed, but we experienced two weeks of sub-freezing temperatures, including two weeks where the low temperatures dipped well into negative numbers. As soon as I checked the camera and installed a new SD card, I put the old SD card in my pocket and made the long hike back to the trip, anxious to see all of the trail-camera pictures that the camera had captured. Back at home I was happy to see a nice Coues whitetail buck, as well as some cool pictures of elk, bear, mountain lion, and even a golden eagle. Below are a few of the trail-camera pictures.
This could be the easiest to operate camera ever developed without sacrificing performance. Simply load 4 “D” cell batteries, insert your SD card and slide the switch to photo or video and this camera is ready to go. With 3.0-MP resolution and a 35-LED bank that allows quality image capture out to 40 ft – in all light conditions, day or night – this affordable infrared scouting camera gives you everything you need to prepare for a great hunt. 1.5 second trigger speed (0.3 second when camera is not in sleep mode). This camera features a 40 ft. extended night range.
- Easy to understand quick instructions are printed on camera door for easy reference
- Captures photos or video
- Molded security cable hole through case provides theft prevention
- Primos reliability and customer support – 1 Year Warranty
- Supports up to 8 GB SD card, for months worth of images
- Uses 4 D Batteries
- Tested beyond 80,000 photos