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Take Image Quality into Consideration When Buy a Trail Camera

Posted by in Hunting Camera News, Ltl Acorn News on October 20, 2015 . 0 Comments.

 

Take Image Quality into Consideration When Buy a Trail Camera

Image quality is also one of the most important features of a hunting camera. These devices also offer a varying degree of view. It means the width of the angle that the camera lens can capture. The standard degree is 55, but it’s even better if you can get one with a degree above that.

 

During the day trail cameras produce a full-color picture and video, but the images taken at night are black and white. The nighttime images are taken using infrared flash technology. Another important factor is resolution. It’s the amount of pixels an image can contain. Like with any other types of camera, higher resolution means crisper and clearer images, and also a higher price tag. With lower resolution cameras, you will still the animal in the shot, though it won’t be that clear. So it’s up to you to consider how important it is to have a clear image of the animal.

 

We recommend looking for a camera with a picture resolution of at least 8 megapixels. With high resolution you can clearly view the animal and also zoom in on the picture.

 

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Tags: trail cameras, trail cams, trail cam, buying guides Last update: October 20, 2015

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