Wildgame Innovations Cloak 10 Pro/August 15, 2017

I have a large stack of cameras from WildGame to review this year.  I am starting with the lower megapixel rating to the higher ones.  In most cases there is a Lightsout version for each model as well.  The first in line is the Cloak 10 Pro.  This is a medium sized camera, narrow and long-ish, that resembles a piece of wood.  Access to buttons, sd card and batteries are from a flap on the bottom.  The screen is a simple text only and back lit but the buttons are not.  This is not for the visually challenged.  I am experienced with this tiny Wildgame style screen as it is not a new design. I find I have to remove my glasses and pull the camera closer to my face to see it more clearly. If you are under 40 you shouldn’t have an issue.

The setup is no nonsense and simple. Set date/time, photo or video mode, select an interval from 3 values. Done. If you want simple to set up, you got it.

The camera is a red flash camera and the flash is definitely visible.  The LED array is fairly small but is still a bit shiny as you can see the LEDs.

The surface of the camera is curved like the limb of a tree and textured like bark. It is a grey-ish color which should hide well.

The camera opens from a single flap on the bottom and once opened reveals the SD Card, buttons and a separate door for the battery compartment where 8 AA batteries are slid in.  The polarity is clearly indicated twice to help you get the batteries in correctly.  The sides/rear of the camera has slots for a strap.  The back of the camera is curved and will fit against a tree or larger post well.  Included are two small bungee cords and no strap.

I am trying to determine if steel lock boxes are available yet for this model.


Manufacturer model #: Cloak Pro 10.

Manufacturers specifications:

    • 24 infrared LEDs for excellent nighttime photos
    • 70-ft. detection and flash range
    • 10MP photos and up to 30 seconds of video
    • Trigger speed of less than one second
    • Runs efficiently on AA batteries for up to a full year
Wildgame Innovations’ Cloak Pro 10 Trail Camera features 24 infrared LEDs and a 70-ft. detection and flash range to keep watch day and night. 10MP photos and up to 30 seconds of video let you get a good look at game. Trigger speed of less than one second. Requires 8 AA batteries (not included) that last up to a full year. Accepts up to a 32GB SD card (not included).
6″H x 4.75″W x 2.5″D.
The MSRP on this camera is around $69.99.

Chasingame Test Results:

Test PerformedResult
Flash RangeGood white balance. Very fuzzy. Usable detail to 60 feet.
Trigger Time without flash.98s
Trigger Time with flash.82s
Video Trigger Timeavg 1.60s
Photo Recovery Timeavg 8.50s
Video Recovery timeavg 20.20s
Day RangeA bit grainy/fuzzy with usable detail out to 60 feet.
Battery Life4411 Photos and 55 Video clips over 5 weeks.
Filter ClunkNo
Invisible FlashNo
Motion Blur
Sensing Test55+ feet at 79F degrees

Photo Samples captured in 10MP setting.

Video Samples captured in 480p.

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Progress and Activity
08-15-2017 Update: Unboxed
I opened the box to the Cloak 10 Pro and pulled a uniquely designed piece of wood shaped camera out. Lets hope it performs as well as its unique design.
08-20-2017 Update: Photo samples
I left this camera out in photo mode a few days and gathered a representative set of photos. I didn’t see any issues in photo mode and the photos like nice.
08-24-2017 Update: Video samples
This camera functions in video mode and I did not see any issues with imaging. However the video is 640×480 (480p), there is no audio, and the minimum length is 30s. There are better options out there for video but for a scouting tool it is sufficient.
09-22-2017 Update: Battery Life
This camera moves into the stack of complete cameras. It captured 4411 Photos and 55 Video clips over 5 weeks. The review is now complete.


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