This post is designed to give our readers a better idea of which trail camera they should choose and to hopefully answer some of the most common questions we’re asked.
There are many subtle differences and sometimes it’s hard to choose, so hopefully the following information will help you make a decision.
The first question we’re always asked is which is the best trail camera but unfortunately there is no correct answer to that one as every application is different and so a different camera might be better.
I’m trying to keep this guide nice and simple so it’s easy to read and easy to use.
Here are some of the most common things we’re asked..
Which is the best for video/image quality?
Which camera can hold the most batteries and so should last the longest in the field?
Which cameras have a forward facing screen for easier positioning during set up?
Which cameras can I view and control via my mobile phone?
Which trail camera is the cheapest & most purchased?
Which is a good starter trail camera for recording wildlife in my garden?
Any of them! They’re all great for recording wildlife and they are all easy to use & supplied with our own step by step instructions & information sheets.
Which cameras have a wide angle lens?
Which trail cameras will give me colour night vision video & images?
Which cameras can record video at 60fps?