Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor No-Glow Trail Camera (Brown)

BH #BU20MPTCHDBR • MFR #119876C
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Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor No-Glow Trail Camera (Brown)
Key Features
  • 20MP Resolution
  • 0.2-Second Trigger
  • PIR Motion Sensor with 100' Range
  • 48-LED No-Glow Flash
With a 20MP resolution and a quick 0.2-second trigger speed, the brown Trophy Cam HD Aggressor No-Glow Trail Camera from Bushnell offers the ability to capture high-resolution stills or HD video of wildlife and people on your property or hunting grounds. It comes with a black and white text LCD viewer.
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Bushnell Aggressor Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Photo and Video Capture
  • 3Motion Sensor
  • 4Interval Recording
  • 5Continuous Shooting
  • 6Flash
  • 7Day/Night Sensor
  • 8Setup, Display, and Options
  • 9Memory
  • 10Power
  • 11Mounting
  • 12Durability

With a 20MP resolution and a quick 0.2-second trigger speed, the brown Trophy Cam HD Aggressor No-Glow Trail Camera from Bushnell offers the ability to capture high-resolution stills or HD video of wildlife and people on your property or hunting grounds. It comes with a black and white text LCD viewer.

The camera's 48 No-Glow LED flash array has a range of 80', but won't spook game or alert an intruder. The shutter is ready for another photo after a recovery time of a half second. A removable anti-reflection LED cover helps to ensure the camera remains unnoticed by reducing reflections on the LED array's protective panel, but it can be removed if you want to boost the flash output a bit. The passive infrared motion sensor has a detection range of 100'.

Along with triggered images and videos, the Trophy Cam HD Aggressor includes a reinforced cable lock channel and latch, is weather resistant, and is operable at temperatures from -4 to 140°F.

Photo and Video Capture

  • Maximum Still Image Resolution: 20MP
  • Maximum Video Resolution: HD 1920 x 1080p
  • Video Length: Programmable from 5-60 sec

Motion Sensor

  • PIR (passive infrared) motion sensor captures images when triggered by subject movement
  • Detects changes in temperature that occur when subjects move, and captures images in response
  • 60' detection range
  • 45° angle of coverage
  • Very fast 0.2-sec trigger speed helps ensure you won't miss the shot
  • Adjustable Sensitivity: Low, normal, and high
  • Programmable Trigger Interval: 1 sec to 60 minutes

Interval Recording

  • Field Scan 2X takes time-lapse images at selectable intervals from 1-60 minutes
  • Two available time slots per day (such as dawn and dusk)
  • Allows you to see patterns and change over time
  • Useful for recording a wide range of subjects/events, including game, weather, plants, and construction site development
  • Live motion trigger is still active during time-lapse capture, so it will capture images whenever it senses motion to prevent you from missing action in between time intervals

Continuous Shooting

  • Multi-Image Mode: Captures 2-3 images per trigger

Flash

  • A 48-LED No-Glow flash with an effective range of 80'

Day/Night Sensor

  • Automatic day/night sensor further helps with proper exposure, ensuring clear, crisp images in daylight and after dark

Setup, Display, and Options

  • Black and white LCD screen for menu navigation and settings selection
  • Geotags photos with GPS coordinates for game movement tracking
  • Date, time, temperature, and moon phase stamping on images

Memory

  • Records photos and videos to user-supplied SD/SDHC memory cards up to 32GB

Power

  • Runs on 8 AA batteries, which can provide up to 12 months of power depending on usage and settings

Mounting

  • Integrated, 1/4"-20 threaded mount enables connection to a tripod or tree mount
  • Includes adjustable web belt for an alternative way of attaching camera to tree or post

Durability

  • Weather-resistant housing for protection against elements during extended outdoor use
  • Temperature Range: -5 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C
UPC: 029757198761

Bushnell Aggressor Specs

Camera TypeTime-Lapse/Trail/Wildlife
Imaging
Image Resolution20 MP
Image File FormatJPEG
Focus TypeAuto
Built-In Flash48 x White No-Glow 940 nm Wavelength IR LEDs
Effective Flash Range80' / 24.4 m
Time/Date StampYes
Motion Sensor
Sensor TypePassive Infrared (PIR)
Detection Range100' / 30.5 m
Trigger Speed0.2 Seconds
SensitivityAuto, Plus 3 Adjustable Settings
Shooting Controls
Burst Capability1 Image per Trigger (Min)
3 Images per Trigger (Max)
Interval Recording1 Second (Min)
60 Minutes (Max)
A/V Recording
Audio RecordingYes
Video RecordingYes
File FormatAVI
Video Format1920 x 1080p
Video Clip Length5 Seconds (Min)
60 Seconds (Max)
Connectivity/System Requirements
Wired ConnectivityMini-USB (Type B)
Environmental
Operating Temperature-4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C
Storage Temperature-4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C
Physical
Memory Card TypeSDHC (up to 32 GB)
Built-In Memory32 MB
Battery Type4 x AA
8 x AA (Optional)
DisplayYes
Mounting1/4"-20 Female
Mounting Strap (Included)
DimensionsNot Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.3 x 5.7 x 3.3"
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