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See everything lurking in the woods with one of these trail cameras

  • September 24, 2020

And the best trail cameras are …

The best binoculars bring things up close and personal, but they don’t operate on their own. Trail cameras do the hard work while you’re far away.

The trail camera you choose should be able to snap high-resolution stills and clear videos no matter what time of day. Since many animals roam at night, it’s critical to invest in a model that can meet the challenges of low light shooting. My favorite trail camera, the Campark T45 outmatches any other unit on the market today.

With 14 megapixels, 1080p video, three infrared cameras, and a 120-degree viewing range, you’re guaranteed sharp photos and rock steady video from the Campark. When motion is detected, the fast trigger never misses a shot, and it’s quick to stop recording when activity disappears from view, saving battery life. We love the infrared night vision. After dark stills and videos are clear and detailed, even in bad weather.

My one complaint is that the MicroSD is hard to remove. The slot is located at the front of the camera, but it’s hard to slip out without first untethering the camera. It’s inconvenient, but it gets easier with time. For wildlife viewing, scouting, and home security, it’s a no brainer to invest in the Campark T45. The camera comes with a belt, tree mount, three screws, USB cable, and easy to follow directions.

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Jodi Owan is a seasoned wildlife photographer who relies on trail cameras for a living. Find her on Instagram and her website.

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