Bushnell Trophy Cam Model 119636/September 20, 2014
- Wireless Connectivity:No
- Resolution Setting:6MP
- PIR Sensor:Low/Med/High/Auto
- Night Vision Flash:32 LED, 60′
- LCD Display:B&W Text LCD
- Data Stamp:Yes
- GPS Geotag:No
- Power Supply:AA (8)
- Solar Compatible:No
- Battery Life:Up to 1 year
- Video Resolution:720x480p
- Video Length:Up to 60 seconds
- SD Card Capacity:32 GB
- Field Scan 2X:Yes
- Audio Record:Yes
- Baro Stamp:No
- Hybrid Capture:No
|Flash Type||IR Red Flash|
|Battery Type||8 AA|
|Flash Range||50+feet low brightness|
|Trigger Time without flash||0.67s|
|Trigger Time with flash||0.76s|
|Video Trigger Time||2.28s|
|Day Range||Good Contrast but dark Picture in sunlight|
|Battery Life||250 Photos and 978 video clips over 6 weeks|
|Sensing Test||60+ feet at 75F|
This camera is very similar in size to previous Trophy cam models tested. This camera is a red flash camera using 8 AA batteries. It records photos and video with video resolutions up 720×480.
The camera uses that trademark brown which in my opinion hides as well as camo on the pine trees we have here in Georgia.
For mounting and security there is a strap slot on the back that combines a python through port as well as threaded insert. I would not trust this and get a lock box.
Dark room tests reveal a red flash, and a no filter clunk.
Tonight I performed the flash range and sensing tests on this camera. It sensed beyond 60 feet on this 75 degree night which is much better than the HD Max I am also testing. The night shots are not very bright but are good out to 60+ feet.
I grabbed a few sample photos but with the sun coming up they arent the greatest. I will get more photo samples then switch to video mode.