Trail-camera Pictures

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.

Primos Truth Cam 35

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
Trail-camera Pictures

About the author

Darren Choate

Darren Choate is the founder of Western Whitetail. Prior to his outdoor writing and photography career, he served in the US Air Force, and then earned a Bachelors of Environmental Science and a Masters of Education. He has been hunting and guiding other hunters in the West for over 30 years. Darren is a voting member of the Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA), and his articles have been featured in magazines such as Cabela’s Outfitter Journal, Quality Whitetails and Rocky Mountain Game & Fish. For more information visit his website at