Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam HD Max Trail Camera with Color Viewer LCD (Brown)

Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam HD Max Trail Camera with Color Viewer LCD (Brown)

Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam HD Max Trail Camera with Color Viewer LCD (Brown)

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Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam HD Max Trail Camera with Color Viewer LCD (Brown)

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Product Highlights

  • 8MP Full Color Resolution
  • HD Video at 1280x720p
  • 32 Low-Glow Black LEDs
  • Adjustable PIR Motion Sensor
  • Daylight / Night Vision Autosensor
  • Triggers in 0.6 sec With 45' Range
  • Adjustable Trigger and Capture Modes
  • Field Scan 2X and Live Trigger
  • 2.4" Color LCD Display
  • SD Card Slot (up to 32GB)
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Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Max overview

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The brown Trophy Cam HD Max Trail Camera with Color Viewer LCD from Bushnell is a trail camera that is designed to capture wildlife in excellent detail, regardless of the weather or shooting conditions. Featuring HD video, Field Scan 2X, a color LCD display and one-year of battery life, using the HD Max is an easy way to see what's going on outside while you are away.

You can expect brighter and sharper nighttime images due to the addition of 32 no-glow black LEDs via the stealthy Hyper Night Vision feature. The wildlife will not even know they've been caught when they set off the live trigger, nor during the two programmable time intervals.

With a trigger speed of 0.6 seconds, intervals of one minute to an hour, and the introduction of Field Scan 2X, you will easily be able to cover key times in the day, without missing out on the action. Within a fraction of a second the camera will have been triggered and the game captured in a photo or HD Video.

To maximize the consistency of photo and video capture in all conditions, the HD Max is weatherproof, and has an Auto Passive Infrared (PIR) motion sensor that automatically regulates sensitivity based on the surrounding temperature. The PIR can also be adjusted manually between low, medium, and high sensitivities.

Date, time, temperature, moon phase, and pressure stamps allow more data to be compiled on the weather conditions--giving you better, more detailed information on what kind of conditions bring wildlife into the area.

With the addition of the 2.4" color LCD display you can view images and videos in the field, without having to bring your SD memory card back to a computer. Watch the action moments after it happens right from the back of the camera.

Whether you're tracking down that big buck, or simply an outdoor enthusiast, the Trophy Cam HD Max is designed to be detailed, fast, and easy to use--helping you find what you're after.

Image and Video Quality
Capture the action in excellent quality and detail with 8MP full color images, and 1280 x 720p HD video--at clip lengths of up to 60 seconds at a time. View menu options on a 2.4" full color LCD display.
Hyper Night Vision
The 32 no-glow black LEDs invisibly illuminate subjects at night as far as 45' away.
Daylight Autosensor
The camera is also equipped with an auto filter switch that adjusts for daytime color images and movies, or night vision images and movies.
Adjustable PIR
The Passive Infrared (PIR) motion sensor is manually and automatically adjustable between low, medium, high, and auto. It requires infrared energy and motion to trip the sensor, within a distance of 45'. Auto PIR automatically regulates sensitivity based on temperature.
Adjustable Image Modes
Programmable trigger intervals allow you to choose the delay between images, from one second up to 60 minutes. The multi-image mode captures one to three images per trigger, which can fire at a trigger speed of 0.6 seconds.
Field Scan 2X
With two available time slots you can set the HD Max to watch for movement at two different times of the day, whether it occurs at dusk or dawn.
Although not completely waterproof, the HD Max has been designed to prevent rain from soaking in. It also has an operational temperature range of -5° to 140° F.
Battery Life
Runs up to one year on one set of (4 - 12) "AA" batteries.
Image Stamps and Geotag
Stamp images with a number of data points, including date, time, moon phase, temperature, and barometric pressure. GPS Geotag automatically embeds each image with GPS coordinates for optimum tracking as well.
An SD card slot allows up to 32 GB of storage.
In the Box
Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam HD Max Trail Camera with Color Viewer LCD (Brown)
  • USB Cable
  • VGA Cable
  • Adjustable Web Belt
  • Limited 2-Year Manufacturer Warranty
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    Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Max specs

    Camera Type Motion Sensor Digital Trail Camera
    Resolution 8.0MP
    Sensor Day/night autosensor
    Adjustable PIR (Low/Med/High) or Auto PIR
    Bit Depth Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Movie Modes 1280x720p HD
    Shooting Controls
    Triggering Speed 0.6 sec
    Time Interval Programmable trigger interval 1 sec - 60 min
    Burst Modes Multi-image mode allows 1 - 3 images per trigger
    Night Vision 32 Black LEDs
    45' (13.7 m)
    Scan Modes Field Scan 2X (1 min - 1 hr)
    Built-in Memory N/A
    Memory Card Type SD/SDHC memory card (up to 32 GB)
    A/V Recording
    Video Recording Yes
    Video Resolution 1280 x 720p HD
    Video Clip Length Programmable 1 - 60 sec
    Audio Recording Yes
    Display 2.4" (6.1 cm) color LCD
    Time Stamp Date & Time Stamp
    Moon Phase Stamp
    Temperature Stamp
    Barometric Pressure Stamp
    Operating/Storage Temperature -5° to 140° F (-20.5 to 60° C)
    Weatherproof Yes
    Battery Type (4-12) "AA" batteries
    Battery Life Up to 1 year
    Attachment Method Adjustable web belt (included) for attachment to tree
    Mounting 1/4"-20 tripod socket
    Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.0 x 7.7 x 2.9"

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