This is Gear Freaks third video review. Our trail Camera Review is a little long but well worth it. We find out if you should spend the extra money to buy the brand name cameras and how do they compare to each other. We reviewed Cuddeback, Reconyx, Tasco, Bushnell, Moultrie, Primo's, Spypoint, Stealthcam and Wildgame Innovations. Check it out and let us know what you think. Also visit us on Facebook and our website, www.grfreak.com. Thanks, and good luck this season.
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The HCO UM562 Wireless Trail Camera will take a picture, and within 30 seconds send it to your cell phone or email address. These are AWESOME for not only hunting and scouting, but also for security.
This is an infrared camera that will go out to 65 feet both day and night. It is an 8MP camera that does picture or video, holds up to 12 AA batteries, and sends a high resolution picture to your phone/email.
If you're looking for a very reliable and quality trail camera for your hunting or security needs, you won't go wrong with the HCO UM562.
Trail cameras have become a huge part of a hunter's strategy to harvest an animal come hunting season. No matter what type of animal you're after, trail cameras can give you the edge that you need to be successful on a hunt. In this video I talk about the uses of trail cameras, how they can be used year round to scout deer specifically, how choosing a location affects a trail camera's settings, and some good things about different brands of trail cameras. First I talk about the uses of trail cameras. They are mainly used for photographing wildlife, but can also be used for security purposes. Trail cameras should be left out all year! In the fall they can help you pattern big bucks, in winter they can help with shed hunting, and in spring and summer they give you a great look at deer growth and antler development. Second I talk about choosing a location. In open areas the time interval should be set at an intermediate length and the camera should be set for pictures. For cameras set up on trails the time interval should be short and I suggest