Bushnell Trail Camera Review

It’s the Trophy Cam HD Aggressor 20MP No-Glow. It’s easy to use and hasn’t given me a lick of trouble in the months that I’ve been using it. Even though the black LED flash is “no glow,” deer and other animals sometimes appear to take notice of it… but as far as I can tell, they don’t seem as concerned about it as on full-glow or even low-glow cameras. Manufacturer Specs Model: 119876C Wireless Connectivity: No Resolution: 20 MP PIR Sensor: Low/Med/High/Auto Night Vision Flash: 48 Black LED / 80ft LCD Display: B&W Text LCD Date/Time/Temp/Moon Stamp: Yes GPS Geotag: Yes Power Supply: AA (4-8) Solar Compatible: Yes Batteries: 4 or 8 AA, Energizer lithium recommended Battery Life: Up to 1 Year Video Resolution: 1920x1080p Video Length: Up to 60s SD Card Capacity: 32 GB, Sandisk brand recommended Field Scan 2X: Yes Audio Record: Yes Hybrid Capture: Yes Shipping weight: 1.2 pounds This camera is easy to set up, and I had no trouble getting it running. It’s large enough to use with gloves on, and the fact that it’s a draw type latch makes it easy to open in relative silence without jolting the camera. The SD card is also easy to access. Hybrid capture mode will take a full-resolution photo followed by a full-rez video each time the camera is triggered. If you’re looking at a large field where some activity may be out of range, you can use a time lapse setting to automatically take photos — and you can set two “windows” of time for this (say at dawn and dusk). Final Thoughts The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor 20MP No-Glow camera is a good trail camera, in fact I think it’s the best I’ve ever had. Menu setup was easy enough, and I had it set up and taking photos of nocturnal predators in no time.
(Photo © Russ Chastain)

One of the best parts of my job is that I sometimes have the opportunity to try outdoor gear so I can tell you folks about it… and I’ve really enjoyed testing this Bushnell game camera. It’s the Trophy Cam HD Aggressor 20MP No-Glow. It’s easy to use and hasn’t given me a lick of trouble in the months that I’ve been using it.

(Photo © Russ Chastain)

Even though the black LED flash is “no glow,” deer and other animals sometimes appear to take notice of it… but as far as I can tell, they don’t seem as concerned about it as on full-glow or even low-glow cameras.

Here are some highlights, according to Bushnell:

  • 0.2s trigger speed
  • 0.5s recovery rate
  • 100 Feet Detection Distance
  • Pre-set menus and backlit 5-way buttons for easy setup
  • Dynamic video
  • True one-year battery life for all season scouting
  • Unparalleled night vision distance and brightness
(Photo © Russ Chastain)

I’ve gotten plenty of pictures from this camera, and most are quite clear. The exceptions are only blurred due to animal movement.

(Photo © Russ Chastain)

Manufacturer Specs

  • Model: 119876C
  • Wireless Connectivity: No
  • Resolution: 20 MP
  • PIR Sensor: Low/Med/High/Auto
  • Night Vision Flash: 48 Black LED / 80ft
  • LCD Display: B&W Text LCD
  • Date/Time/Temp/Moon Stamp: Yes
  • GPS Geotag: Yes
  • Power Supply: AA (4-8)
  • Solar Compatible: Yes
  • Batteries: 4 or 8 AA, Energizer lithium recommended
  • Battery Life: Up to 1 Year
  • Video Resolution: 1920x1080p
  • Video Length: Up to 60s
  • SD Card Capacity: 32 GB, Sandisk brand recommended
  • Field Scan 2X: Yes
  • Audio Record: Yes
  • Hybrid Capture: Yes
  • Shipping weight: 1.2 pounds
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