Check out the new trail cameras showcased at the 2017 Archery Trade Association Show.
Another calendar year has rolled around and it's time see some of the new scouting cameras for the upcoming year. Some of our favorite base models have increased and some cameras boast more specs than ever before.
Take a glance at some of the newest and most improved scouting cameras for the upcoming deer season.
1. Stealth Cam
This camera offers 4k HD Video resolution and generated some buzz with the announcement.
Moultrie is announcing a new signature series in Realtree Original camouflage.
In addition to the new signature series cameras, Moultrie also announced three new A-Series trail cameras. Each camera boasts different specs that vary from detection sensors to trigger speeds.
Moultrie also launched a smartphone SD card reader that will work for Android and Apple mobile devices.
Last year Spypoint launched their cellular cameras last year, so this year they improved on the existing technology. The Link-S LTE is a cellular scouting camera that also offers a solar panel on top to save the standby batteries. With the combination of the cellular technology and solar panel hunters won't need to journey to their camera near as often.
4. Covert Cameras
Covert announced a new model of their previous model. They were able to lower the price point and even improve some specs.
Primos is best know for their ease of use scouting cameras, and they have now expanded their cameras extensively.
Most of the cameras have the same outer shell with improved technology, like quicker recovery time. Recovery time, is the amount of time it takes to trigger more pictures.
These new trail cameras are just the tip of the iceberg for 2017. With other companies launching their new line in weeks to come and others that were on the ATA show floor.
Last year many companies launched their cellular trail cam models, but this year seemed to be full of improved base models. We are already looking forward to 2018 to see how the trail camera continues to shift.
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