One of the best resources or tools hunters have available to them prior to the hunt are trail cameras. They serve a great purpose of taking an inventory of your game, watching out for poachers or those encroaching on your land, and can alert you to peak activity times you may otherwise not know. So choosing one or multiple trail cameras can be an important decision. Bushnell is hoping to crush the competition with their Trophy Cam HD Aggressor Wireless.
The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor Wireless boasts a buffet of high quality features hunters and huntresses are searching for.
- Blazing Photo Speeds (0.3 Seconds)
- High-Resolution Images (14 Mega-Pixels)
- Built-In GPS (For 4-Legged & 2-Legged Critters who Move your Camera)
- 1 FREE Month of DeerLab (weather-based, research service from Bushnell)
With all of the features put into this new model it definitely seems promising! Bushnell goes into greater detail of the specifications of their newest trail camera:
Built into the award-winning Trophy Cam HD Aggressor platform, the new Wireless model is a self-contained, weather-sealed solution without messy wires to connect components. It is truly the ultimate next-generation scouting tool. Easy to set up out of the box, the Aggressor Wireless includes a prepaid AT&T data plan that provides users with unlimited thumbnail images for the first 30 days. Plus the exclusive smart phone app (free for both Android and iPhone devices) allows hunters to quickly review images or modify camera settings from their device. Bushnell offers data plan renewals direct to consumers (no contract required) as economical as $9.99/month, and the camera now boasts improved roaming capability that expands the coverage area across most of the United States.
Summer is definitely the time to be buying trail cameras or placing out the ones you own to be prepared for the fall hunt.
We have all seen trail cameras boast a lot of great features and quality before only to fall flat on their faces. Bushnell is not known for putting out slouch products so this trail camera may walk-the-walk as much as it talks-the-talk.