Image Quality

Image quality is the most important aspect of a camera.  If you cannot see what you took a picture of, there is no real point even taking the photo. Developing a great image on a trail camera is no easy task as you cannot adjust settings on the fly as a traditional photographer is able to do.  For this reason, we have paired the absolute best lens, shutter, aperture, sensor and IQ possible.  We have not only studied the paring of each component but test each component individually and collectively so that we could create the absolute best pairing. Once we were set on the hardware, we turned to the software settings which is what controls how the camera reacts and manages all the image processing.  We have manually adjusted, tested and set every possible lighting scenario so that when your camera goes off, it does so as if we were there setting the shutter, iso, aperture and f/stop with you.  


Hardware Matters

Being able to capture that one shot requires your camera to perform in conditions when most other cameras will not perform well.


Night Images

Since most game animals are most active at night, being able to capture quality clear night time images is a must have feature on your trail camera.



Batteries are one of the most costly long term investments when it comes to trail cameras.  We re-thought how to address batteries and how to make them last throughout the season as well in the extreme cold.  We were able to achieve this by making the camera capable of handling twelve AA batteries and came up with simple, yet advanced proprietary technology to help allow our batteries not to lose energy in the extreme cold and during simple transmission of energy as we found in our studies that most battery loss was due to poor design and application.  By thinking about those concepts and conquering them in our extreme weather testing as seen in the negative twenty degree image, we were not only able to achieve long battery life in the warmth, but also in the extreme cold.  Our extreme testing produced over one hundred thousand images on a single set of standard AA batteries from December to March in sub zero weather.