Trigger Time is Important When Choose a Trail Camera
Trigger time is the time in which the camera detects movement and captures the snap, the less the better. The whole process goes something like this- The animal enters the detection zone, and the sensors activate the camera, which in turn triggers the capture, and the snap is saved in the storage.
- By every logic, your trail camera’s trigger time has to be less i.e. much below one second. If this time is high than by the time camera captures, your game would have moved to the end of detection circuit.
- A slow trigger speed is suitable only for those games where you have to monitor something stationery; say a place where the deer herd resides or where you might have tied a bait.
- These are the only situations where the animal will hover and linger for quite some time. These cameras are also suitable for food plots that have a good visibility area.
- The fastest trigger speed available in market is 0.14 seconds! This range goes up to 4 seconds in some cameras.The fast trigger speed hunting camera in our web is WG-890 series.
- If you have a wireless cellular camera, this time will be a little on the higher side because the trigger time also includes the time that camera takes to transmit and store the picture in connected device.