In the past,
there have been a lot of trail cameras produced
that were of poor quality and did not
function as advertised. The folks at the
American Sportsman (a
local retailer in Martinez, Georgia) have had a bit of experience with
these and found that most of the cameras that were sold were
returned due to truly poor performance and instructions that
were impossible to follow. Now they
are doing things differently. They have sold
to us a number of different cameras for field testing.
This was done to aid future buyers and to prevent them
from possibly ending up with a
scouting camera that functioned like the early models.
We started Chasingame.com in 2005 and added our
discussion forum that same year.
that were field tested did work but in some cases very poorly.
Scouting Camera Reviews
provides a list of cameras tested to date and our
unbiased findings. These cameras in
some cases have a multitude of options that
can be selected. Most of our tests were using 24 hour
settings with flash, highest sensitivity, lowest image delay,
and one picture per event.
As time allows, we will take each camera through all of
its modes like movie and time lapse. When a camera is found to
be a very poor performer we will stop the testing in order to
allow more time to be spent on new incoming models and better
Here at ChasinGame we focus on Game Scouting Cameras. We provide in
depth reviews on Moultrie, Recon Talon,
Recon Extreme, Leaf River, Leaf River IR, Cuddeback,
Kolpin Wild Life Eye, StealthCam, TrailMac, Bushnell, Wildview and BuckEyeCam. Models
include both film and digital models, still frame, movie, day and
night time operation.
We hope that you enjoy our site as well as leave with something
valuable. We love what we are doing! So, keep checking
back for updates!