For hunters and outdoorsmen, it doesn’t get much better than the products from Bushnell.
The company has introduced a completely redesigned Trophy Cam HD low-glow trail camera.
With a true one-year battery life and fast 0.2 second trigger speed, the Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor offers a host of valuable features.
Featuring 36 low-glow Infrared LEDs with a flash range of 100 feet, a 14MP camera and high definition 1080p video, the Trophy Cam HD Aggressor produces the absolute best images and video day or night ever offered in a Trophy Cam. The cameras include hybrid capture mode, a hyper passive infrared sensor (PIR) and an extended detection range.
The Trophy Cam HD Aggressor series has an aggressive design with a latch system that is more durable and easier to operate and a strengthened cable lock channel for enhanced security in the field. Also included with the camera is a removable ARD (anti-reflective device) that offers additional concealment of the LEDs.
The new hybrid capture mode allows users to capture both a still image and video each time the camera is triggered. Field Scan 2x allows users to program two windows of time lapse capture, improving a hunter’s ability to monitor game activity at dawn and dusk. Field Scan technology captures images at preset intervals ranging from one minute to 60 minutes, while simultaneously capturing live trigger images.
With the new hyper passive infrared sensor (PIR), Bushnell has increased the detection range to 80 feet. Trigger speed has been reduced to only 0.2 seconds with a one-second recovery time to ensure quality centered images. In addition to an expanded detection range, the PIR can be set to auto so that the sensitivity of the sensor is automatically adjusted according to the ambient temperature, resulting in less false triggers.
The Trophy Cam HD Aggressor camera is available in brown for $179.99 or Bone Collector Edition in Realtree Xtra camo for $199.99.
For more information about the Trophy Cam collection and other products from Bushnell, please visit Bushnell.com.
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