Bushnell's latest nature camera, the Trophy Cam HD with LCD Colour Viewer, is an evolution of their existing Trophy Cam HD stealth trail camera.
Both share many of the same features apart from a few important differences.
The first being the addition of a 2.4" LCD colour viewing screen which allows you to play back any captured footage from wherever the camera happens to be situated. The LCD viewer also lets you zoom in for a more detailed image.
The other key difference lies in the image resolution of the new Trophy Cam HD which is 1080p instead of 720p for the existing HD model.
However, the sound recording capability remains the same on both.
The new Bushnell Trophy Cam HD with LCD Viewer also retains the "Field Scan" time lapse mode which means that the camera can take images at pre-set intervals of 1 min. up to 60 min across the field of view of the the camera.
With the exception of one other nature camera, the Bushnell Trophy Cam HD with LCD Viewer comes equipped with the latest generation of IR LED's which are completely invisible when triggered. Normally conventional IR LED's emit a very dull red glow when activated.
Another key feature of both Trophy Cam HD models is the battery life which can last up to approx. one year depending on the conditions and the environment in which it has been set up.
The combination of all those technical features packaged within the dimensions of a camera unit which is no bigger than the palm of your hand makes the Bushnell Trophy HD with LCD Viewer a must have accessory for both the professional nature researcher and the keen amateur nature or hunting enthusiast.
Incidentally, the BBC television broadcasting corporation recently used Bushnell trail cameras during the filming of the nature series "Lost Land of the Tigers" in order to capture footage of one of the worlds rarest big cats.
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