Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Stealth Cam V450 Digital Scouting Camera


After every hunting season is over the anticipation gets higher and higher for next year. During the off season you want to get out in the woods and scout, but it's too hot or you don’t have time. That’s my excuse anyway. Larry and I bought three stealth cam scouting cameras and put them out behind his house. I didn’t realize how much fun this was. It's like Christmas every two weeks when you check your cameras. It's also a great way to scout for that big buck for next season. There is no greater feeling than knowing there is a big buck on your property.

The V450 has a coverage area of 30’ and a 45 degree angle. The flash is effective up to 50’ and if you don’t want the flash you have the option to turn it off or put it on auto. You can set the camera to take one picture at a time or a 1-9 picture burst. You can adjust the resolution for top quality pictures, keep in mind the higher the resolution the more memory you use. If you want to shoot video, you can program the camera to take up 90 seconds of video at a time. By the way, setting this camera up is a piece of cake. The combo pack comes with a 1gb SD memory card and a USB card reader. The best part of this camera is the 2” LCD colored screen on the inside. You can check your pics at the tree. This is awesome if you don’t have a computer handy. You can even delete the pictures you don’t want while you're in the woods. The camera shoots a maximum 4.0 mega pixel image. Another helpful scouting tool is each picture shows the time, date, and even the temp of when the picture was taken. One more thing. If you have a camera and you're sick of changing batteries all the time, Stealth Cam offers a 12V rechargeable battery pack. So if you don’t have the time to scout I recommend this camera. It's a lot of fun and you could capture the big buck that you didn’t know was there.

Check out the
Stealth Cam I-540 IR 5.0 Megapixel Digital Game Camera


OR THE
Stealth Cam Sniper IR 3.0 Megapixel Digital Scouting Camera


Jason Untersinger
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4 comments:

Albert A Rasch said...

Fellows,

That's a great review! I appreciate your diligence and thoroughness. How about a couple of pictures once you get it set up and through the season?

Flea,
Great post. One of the best things we can do for the NATION, is become more frugal! The the standard of living will APPEAR to go down, the reality is that we will live more free, and with less worry. Americans will become more productive and innovative. The rest of the world will stop sending their refuse in his direction because we won't be trying to live off their labor.
Best regards,
Albert A Rasch
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BuckHunter said...

Miss this model which I used it as my first trail camera and used for 3 years.