How to choose the right game camera for hunting.
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Step 1: A Camera for a Good Price
The first step in buying a camera is the price. Some good cameras for prices are the Wild Game Innovations Blade 6.(msrp:$79.99).
Step 2: Pricing Cont.
These next cameras are the best cameras in the group. The first camera is the new Cuddeback Long Range IR.(msrp:$150). This camera is made from the best makers of camera in the hunting world. The next camera is the Wild Game Innovations Crush 8 Lights Out.(msrp:$169.99).
Step 3: Still Pricing
This next camera is the camera I have. The Primos Truth Cam 60.(msrp:$212).
Step 4: Picture Quality
Picture quality is a very big deal when it comes to cameras and no quality comes close to the picture of Cuddebacks. After that comes Primos, then the 3rd best is Eyecon game cameras.
Step 5: Trigger Speed
Trigger speed is just as important as picture quality. You dint want any blank pictures missing the buck of a lifetime. Cuddebacks have the fastest trigger speed of 1/4 of a second to capture a picture. That's just as fast as when you blink your eye. Next is the Bushnell cameras. They're trigger speed is just a bit slower with a 2/3 of a second trigger speed. All other cameras have a more than one second trigger speed.
Step 6: Sealing the Deal
I hope this helped you narrow down the search for a new camera. If you choose one of these cameras you cannot go wrong with them. Thanks.