More-compact models. More cool features. Smarter, more-affordable cellular service. The Class of 2019 Game Cameras stand ready to impress.
Moultrie Mobile Integrated Cellular Game Cameras. Moultrie unveiled one of the world’s most-advanced wireless game camera systems back in 2016, and for 2019, wow: Moultrie Mobile has released all-new integrated wireless game cameras. The Moultrie Mobile XV-7000i and XA-7000i ($179.99 each) combine proven Moultrie quality and reliability with revolutionary Moultrie Mobile technology to deliver game-camera images from the field directly to your smartphone, tablet and computer. The XV-7000i runs on the Verizon 4G network and the XA-7000i operates on AT&T’s 4G network. Both cameras feature 20-megapixel images, iNVISIBLE flash, 80-foot detection and flash range, illumi-Night 2 sensor for crisp and clear night images, blazing .3 second trigger speed, and records 1080p video with audio. All these features are powered by 12 AA batteries. Monthly data plans start at $9.99 and there are no contracts or activation/cancellation fees. Moultrie Mobile subscribers work directly with Moultrie, so it doesn’t matter who your current cellphone provider is. Moultrie Mobile users access images through computer with their online account or via the industry-leading Moultrie Mobile app on their smartphone and tablet.Bushnell CORE DS Trail Camera. Most trail cameras use only one image sensor to capture images 24 hours a day. So you end up settling for daytime images that are less sharp and rich, and nighttime images that lack consistent illumination and range. Bushnell CORE DS Dual Sensor Technology gives you two image sensors—one optimized for more sharp and rich images during the day and another optimized for images with consistent and further illumination at night. So you can plot game animal movements more reliably and plan your hunts more strategically. Choose from the 30MP Core DS Treebark Camo Low Glow ($199.99) or 30MP Core DS Treebark Camo No Glow ($219.99).Primos AutoPilot Trail Camera. Primos built this new cam from the inside out to be exactly what hunters want their cameras to be: Reliably Simple. This camera practically drives itself. Just put it out, flip a few switches and you are snapping best-in-class images. You’ll experience crystal-clear 16MP images with rapid 0.3-second trigger speed, as well as 100-foot detection and night range, and 1080p HD video with audio. Auto exposure prevents “white out” images. Choose from 16MP Autopilot OD Green Low Glow ($99.99) and 16MP Autopilot Mossy Oak Bottomland Camo No Glow ($129.99).Bigfoot Game Camera. Here’s an idea that’s long overdue. Every Bigfoot Game Camera ($229.95) comes pre-loaded with a SIMHero Data Card that will automatically connect to the AT&T Cellular network (if available) and send up to 350 free pictures that can be used within 30 days of the trial period. After the 30-day free trial the card may be reloaded. SimHero provides the following options: 1,500 pictures to be used over 12 months: $29.90; 4,000 pictures to be used over 12 months: $39.90; 8,000 pictures to be used over 12 months: $63.90; 16,000 pictures to be used over 12 months: $69.90. The Bigfoot camera features 1080P video recording; 0.4-second trigger speed, and comes complete with 56 IR LEDs that deliver night vision out to 65 feet, with crystal-clear day/night photo/video quality. Runs on 12 AA batteries (not included).Stealth Cam G34X. Tired of blurry, nondescript trail cam photos that make determining deer and antler size next to impossible? Here’s the answer; the G34X from Stealth Cam advances the popular G34 Pro platform with its new 26 Megapixel resolution, taking still photo and video clarity and detail to new heights in trail camera imaging. With its 16:9 wide image ratio, HD video recording, and SD card compatibility up to a massive 512GB, the G34X not only offers exquisite resolution but also high-capacity recording and ultimate image quality and quantity for high triggering event locations or for remote locations with infrequent card checks. You’ll also find extensive user programming options to customize recording to best suit the sight location and conditions. The 34 IR emitters have range adjustability that extends to an impressive 100 feet; a quick .5-second Reflex Trigger system works with Matrix Advanced Blur Reduction and Retina Low Light sensitivity to provide the sharpest imaging in even the most challenging lighting and subject movement conditions. Browning Trail Cameras Strike Force HD Pro X. Building on the proven, original Strike Force Pro, the reconstructed 2019 Strike Force HD Pro X ($169.99) offers upgraded features including a 1.5-inch color view screen and an all-steel adjustable mounting bracket for easy installation in the field. Powerful IR illumination allows you to customize your night images with three modes of operation (Power Save, Long Range and Fast Motion) to get the best-possible nighttime images. Other features include SD card management, 900p video clips with sound and a unique “Timelapse Plus” feature. The Strike Force HD Pro X is also compatible with up to 512 GB SDXC memory cards and is equipped with a 12-volt external power jack.SPYPOINT Link-Micro Cellular Trail Camera. Touted to be the smallest cellular trail camera available, the Link-Micro ($169.99; just 4.4×3.1×2.2 inches) still delivers 4G photo transmission (where available), 0.5-second trigger speed, and 80-foot flash range courtesy of low-glow LEDs. Best of all, the SPYPOINT LINK APP allows you to manage settings and view photos remotely, wherever your phone has service. As easy as that is, it gets better. The exclusive BUCK TRACKER feature sorts your photos using advanced photo analysis technology. Skip the photos of raccoons and focus on pictures of the bucks you are watching. The easiest activation in cellular trail cams has only three steps: Download the free SPYPOINT APP, connect your camera, and start receiving photos courtesy of the pre-activated SIM card. Every camera delivers unlimited photos during the first month after activation. Thereafter, choose from three easy to understand plans on a month-to-month or annual basis. You can also take advantage of the industry’s only Free Data Plan, that will send 100 photos every month for as long as the camera is operational, at absolutely no additional charge. No visiting a cell phone store. No loading up your personal data plan. SPYPOINT negotiates the data plan for you, so you can worry about finding big bucks, not spending them.Cuddeback Game Cameras w/Cuddelink. Some of the neat news from Cuddeback Game Cameras is the company’s CuddeLink proprietary wireless mesh network that is not cell service or Wi-Fi. CuddeLink transmits images from up to 15 remote cameras to one Home image collection camera, making your scouting faster and easier than ever.