Resolution: Both videos and pictures taken by the Bushnell 14MP Trophy Cam are top of the line. The 14MP images are among the best that the industry has to offer, at night or during the day, and the 1080p videos have an remarkable level of resolution that’ll surprise you. This is the best trail camera for the money available to consumers.
Trigger Speed: A theme of this trail camera review is going to be distance from the competition. This is exemplified by this model’s trigger speed, which at 0.2 seconds is far and away quicker than most cameras of similar capabilities.
Battery Life: The Bushnell 14MP Trophy Cam has excellent battery life – in fact, it runs up to a year on one set of batteries. Yes, you read that right: a year on one set of batteries. This type of efficiency means you can leave it out for extended periods of time without needing to make pesky battery changes.
Stealthy Recon: This camera has amazing stealth capabilities, as its no glow black LED flash won’t alert or scare oncoming animals. This means you’ll be able to get long exposure and extended videos with local wildlife, which gives you a much better idea of what’s out there!
Changeover Issues: While the nighttime and daytime functionality of this camera are excellent, the in-between hours pose a problem to wildlife fans and hunters. Images and video that are captured during this time aren’t up to par, making for a disappointing limitation in an otherwise-excellent product.
David D. was an all-star athlete in high school and has been passionate about sports his entire life. Long after he hung up his cleats, he shifted focus to the outdoors, becoming a hiking guide and a fishing instructor. If it’s a product that’s used in any type of exercise, he’s probably given it a try at some point.