Stealth Cam Core Trail Camera - 3MP

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Stealth Cam Core Trail Camera - 3MP - Dick's Sporting Goods
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  • 3MP

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Product Information:

The Stealth Cam® Core Scouting Camera is the perfect hunting accessory. This scouting camera features burst mode, SD card slot, test mode, time/date/moon phase/ temperature stamp and four digit code. Keep an eye out on your hunting grounds at all times with the Core Scouting Camera.

  • 2 still image settings 3.0mp, 1.3mp
  • Video recording 10, 20, 30, 60, 90, 120, 150, 180 seconds with Audio Time Lapse function
  • 40 IR emitters/50 ft. range
  • Burst mode 1-9 images per triggering
  • External LCD status display
  • SD card slot up to 32BG
  • Test mode
  • Time/Date/Moon Phase/Temperature data stamp
  • Four digit security code
  • USB port
  • Operates on 8 AA batteries
  • External power jack for 12V battery box
  • Durable weather proof 3D Digital Camo housing
  • Model Number: STC-Z3IRTL
  • Stealth Cam
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 13243129

Customer Reviews:

Rated 2 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Decent but to Expensive If this was a $50 camera I would give it 1 to 2 more stars but with the $120.00 price point it is not worth the cost. I have had it in the woods for 2 months now. It takes decent day photos, a little grainy but with a 3mp camera that is what you get. The settings are actually good, as far as how you can set up your camera functions. It does have a quck setup option. It did take a few minutes to figure out how to custom set up the camera. This was my first trail camera. Night pictures are pretty good but in complete darkness with no help fromtthe moon with lighting I am lucky to get 20-25 feet, anything past that is not clear. I have also noticed that in early morning and late afternoon with low light the IR stays on and you get all white pictures because the camera thinks it is dark out. I would say for $50 I would reccomend but not at this price point of $120. Battery consumption; I used it at home for two nights, one on video and one on picture and then I took it into the woods, the batteries lasted for 10 days in the woods (roughly 250 pictures and 25 10 second videos) along with the time at home. Changed them in the woods and two weeks later it only had 58 pictures in 3mp and about 75% life so batteries do drain a little quickly and really fast on video. All in all not a bad camera if found at a good price. September 16, 2014
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