The Best Wireless Trail Cameras

One of the newest developments in the world of cameras is the use of cellular and wireless technology. The game camera comes with a SIM card or an in-built transmitter from a cellular device which makes it possible to send the images captured to your cell phone, email or any other storage device.

The Top 5 Game Cameras

– Covert Special Operations (Ops) Code Black

Covert Special Operations (Ops) Code BlackThis camera falls among the top rated and the most innovative trail cameras that have cellular technology. It operates on GSM with the key providers in the United States being T-Mobile and T &T. It is extremely fast in that within 60 seconds after an object has been detected on the camera you’ll receive the images on your phone or email.

It also provides high quality pictures and offers a massive 90 feet detection area, and with a broader detection zone than the lens field of view. This allows the camera to instantly take a snap of an object while it’s still walking in the field of view.

Though we still feel the1.2 trigger speed needs some improvement. When it is not on the cell mode, the camera will take 6 seconds to recover as opposed to the 60 seconds it takes while on cell mode.

Pictures taken both during the day and night are equally good. The daytime photos have clarity and great colour. During the night, pictures taken are captured using 60 invisible flash LEDs. The images captured are still bright and clear even when captured in total darkness.

– Spy point Tiny WBF Game Camera

Spy point Tiny WBF Game Camera 1This is a camera that consists of 8 megapixels and 38 invisible black LEDs that can take HD photos, record HD videos and send those photos and videos to black box for later use. The price for setting up and maintaining is affordable for both mid-level and advanced users.

Worth mentioning is the 2.4 inch viewing camera screen that is vibrant, crisp and appropriately sized to check all media. Because of its size the camera does an outstanding job for home security and outdoor sporting when placed correctly.

– LTL Acorn 12M Wireless MM No-Glow Trail Camera, Camouflage

Spy point Tiny WBF Game Camera 1This type of camera has 12 megapixels and is meant for mid-level to advanced users because the setup is quite in-depth and doesn’t provide documentation. It also features a SIM card slot. This makes it possible for users to get their photos emailed or texted to their own accounts so they can share them with their friends and family across several devices.

Also featured is a no glow flash which works well, as well as pictures and videos which can be taken concurrently per trigger event of 30 feet at max. It has a trigger time of 0.8 seconds, and using the adaptation on the 21/4 LCD screen users are allowed to set time lapse configurations and load videos and images into SD cards. Speaking of which, the camera supports up to 32GB of SD card memory. The shot configurations can be 5 to 12 MP with variable size for every photo and videos so they can fit into the phone memory.

– Boly Guard/Scout Guard-SG 550M

Boly Guard Scout Guard-SG 550M 1It comes with a high resolution, audio recording, and an ultra-long range. The camera works with both AT&T and T-Mobile SIM cards. It can as well send the images captured to your mobile phone or email using MMS and GPRS transmission. The infrared illumination and detection ranges up to 60 feet and still function under very low temperatures.

It has clear pictures and with perfect colour. It is comes with a 15 inch colour display that allows viewing of the captured images on the device. And the video recording is designed with added sound recording.

Bottom Line

In conclusion the game cameras are a great option if you wish to advance your surveillance and put an eye on every corner of your property.