Sunday, July 30, 2017


Trail Camera Picture Quality

Don't be fooled by high megapixel counts. Companies will trick you by advertising a camera with a high mpxl. In reality, they use a low-quality lens which reduces the quality of the picture.

The best way to judge the picture quality from a MOULTRIE M-999I MINI GAME CAMERA is to look at the sample photos from our game camera reviews. We judge day pictures by their clarity, color, contrast, and resolution.
Trail Camera Detection Circuits

The detection circuit of a trail camera is what actually detects the animal. Trail cameras trigger based on a combination of heat and motion. We judge detection circuits based on:

Trigger Time

Recovery Time

Detection Zone

Trigger & Recovery Time

Trigger time/speed is the amount of time elapsed from when a MOULTRIE M-999I MINI GAME CAMERA first senses motion until it captures a photo of whatever caused said motion. Recovery is how quickly a camera can store the first picture and be ready for a second photo. If you would like to view the trigger and recovery times for different cameras, go the Trigger Speed Showdown.

Detection Zones

The Detection Zone is the area in which a camera is able to sense motion and trigger a photo The two factors which determine the detection zone are Detection Width and Detection Range. For comprehensive data on Detection Zones, please review our Detection Shootout.

Below is an example of what a detection zone would look like.
Trail Camera Battery Life

We test the battery life for each MOULTRIE M-999I MINI GAME CAMERA to determine how long the camera will last in the field. Cameras with long battery life will save you money over the life of the camera.

Advantages of Nimh rechargeable batteries:
They save you bushels of money in the long run.
They increase your battery life in the cold winter months.
Fewer batteries in the landfills = cleaner environment for you and your kids

Lithium Batteries give you the longest battery life and will be the most reliable. If you are interested in the current draws of the cameras, read the Battery Consumption Test.

Putting it all Together

What we've covered in the First Time Trail Camera Buyers Guide so far is just the beginning. Game cameras are incredibly complex and each camera is unique in some way. Don't stress, let us walk you through the buying process.

Some of you have very specialized needs or concerns. Maybe you are looking for a cellular trail camera, a camera for cabin security, a wildlife camera, or some other variety.

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