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Hunting Trail Camera:The Quality of Video or Picture

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on September 02, 2017 . 0 Comments.

Hunting Trail Camera:The Quality of Video or Picture

The quality of a picture is measured in megapixels. Trail cameras have an average resolution of 5-30 Megapixels, which is usually enough; unless of course your priority is a high resolution snap. However, for hunting needs the average resolution is more than enough. Some hunting cameras are available whose USP is high-resolution pictures.

  • These cameras come with 12 MP to almost 20 MP. 20 MP is the highest resolution claimed by the brands of trail cameras. Most of the cameras available nowadays come with the video option.
  • These all support videos ranging from 5 to 300 seconds. Some of them have a video recording only in black & white option while other may give out coloured video with HD quality.
  • However, you have to keep in mind that if your game takes place in the night then there is not much of a difference which quality you are using. Some video recording do not have audio function, so basically you end up with a video, which is mute.
  • Whenever buying the camera, check this feature for audio as well. Flashlights of the trail camera hugely determine the picture quality and also the detection range of the camera.
  • These Flashlights come in the variants of LEDs and Infrared. LEDs have strong white flash and therefore the picture has stark contrast and lively colours.
  • These hunting trail cameras can also capture coloured night scenes. However, the other side is that LED can compromise your hunt by spooking other hunters and also the animal. For security purposes too, these lights are not ideal as they give away the position of the camera and alert the intruder.
  • They can also be a nuisance to your neighbours with intense flash filtering into their houses every night. Some of these cameras come with flash off or no flash option also. However, since these cameras are designed to use a flashlight, you may end up with just black blank pictures without them.
  • Depending on how vast the range is, the camera may be mounted with 26-56 LED lights. On the other hand, Infrared is your perfect companion in covert games. It does not spook or draw attention to itself.
  • At most, it may have a dot like red indicator, which is not very noticeable. In fact, many brands have done away with this red light in some of their models making the camera completely clandestine and covert.

The infrareds have 940nm no glow invisible flash, which will not blind you like the ordinary LEDs. The only flip side is that they support only black & white pictures in the night. The quality of contrast may not be very impressive but they are best suited for night expeditions.

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