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How to Use a Game Camera Hunters Trail Camera

Steps

  1. Use the strap that allows it to be hung from a tree (for example).Lock the included strap to lessen loss of camera, discourage theft.
    • It is a rugged and weatherproof camera designed for extended outdoor use.
    • Take pictures each "time-stamped" (with the date and time it was recorded).
  2. Use the camera for images of game-animals.It is sold for hunters for instance to record and view deer, moose or bear, etc. that have been in a clearing, pasture or on an animal/game trail.
    • Use these unmanned cameras activated by motion to learn where game is located -- useful for "preseason scouting", finding good hunting locations, based on images on camera. Record images, either as a still photograph or a video.
  3. Use these functions day and/or night by sensing motion out to about 45 feet (13.7 m).
  4. Use information as a hunter to best place a deer-blind or tree-stand for example:
    • In areas with limited viewing access,
    • Tight spaces (such as thickets) where a person can not stay,
  5. Take images from more than one camera, at chosen angles, automatically.
    • Take pictures of the same moment/place, as desired.
  6. Choose film or digital cameras.
    • Digital pictures instead of film, or
    • Film to get developed, usually 35mm -- instead of digital memory,
    • Laser aim uses a red light beam to focus at a location to take the image,
    • Strobe flash (incandescent flash) that will reach out to 15 feet (4.6 m) for nighttime images.
  7. Get stealth, night-view images with infrared (IR), sometimes available alone or in addition to strobe flash in the same camera,
    • Sound producing can send out "game calls or sounds to attract" any of a wide choice of animals, with sounding intervals adjustable from 1 to 24 hours.
  8. Decide on how the camera will be set up, regarding timing as a new photo can, perhaps, be taken each/every 30 seconds for as long as the motion (or sensing heat) events are detected.Some game cameras give choices of settings for regular flash or stealthy LED (IR) flash.
    • LED (Infrared) flash allows you to image game at night without visible flash. So, flash doesnotgive away the camera position to others observing the different hunting areas. Some models have a manual switch to set an infrared imaging (filter) to day or night mode.

Flash choices -- Pros and cons (+/-)

  1. Consider "strobe" pros (+)/advantages:
    • Long range flash -- to 60+ feet;
    • High quality color images day and night -- eases animal identification;
    • Freezes animal movement --nonighttime motion blur;
  2. Consider "strobe" cons (-)/disadvantages:
    • Strobe may scare away animals ,
    • Flash may be seen by other hunters,
    • Cannotrecordnighttime videos,
    • Lower battery life on strobe than IR.
  3. Consider IR pros (+)/advantages:
    • Less likely to alarm animals (novisible light);
    • Notso likely seen/swiped by other hunters scouting area,
    • Battery life of cameras better than strobe.
  4. Consider cons (-)/disadvantages of IR cameras
    • Black and white of night images -- less detailed clarity;
    • Infrared flash quality/range con: If infrared flash is for "maximum range", then images may be faded, to "white" or blurred.
    • If the Infrared flash is set for "best image quality", then "range is lessened".

Bigfoot photos...

  1. Use on prospective Bigfoot trail, and so put a trail camera (game camera) as a "camera trap" with information from BFRO -- "Bigfoot Field Research Organization".
  2. Check whether possibly there may be a contest such as the:",000,000 dollar Sasquatch photo challengeper publication inField & StreamMagazine.

Community Q&A

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  • Question
    How do I open the bottom of the JLB-TC-SH6M Trail Camera? The instructions state to unlock the latch, but there is a little wire there. Do I need to remove that wire?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    You have to pull that wire loop down. It is the top of the battery door. You can call the Help number for more information.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    What else do I need when I buy a trail camera?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    You will need batteries and an SD card. Check to see what "Class" number and "Gigabyte" number is suitable for your particular model prior to purchase.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How high does the camera need to be from the ground?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    As a general rule, the trail camera should be as high as your hip. Angle down a bit by placing a stick behind the top of the camera. It seems low, but that is the proper height for photographing deer. Simply put, between 3-4 ft. high.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How do I download the images from a trail camera?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    If your camera has a USB port connector, you can use that to connect the trail camera and transfer the images. You can also put the SD card into the SD card slot on your computer (if you have one). Your third choice is to use a "card reader," which your SD card slips into. You then hook the card reader to your computer via a USB port.
    Thanks!
Unanswered Questions
  • I have my camera set on the 24 hour setting, and it works during the day, but only shows white at night. How do I make it work properly at night?
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Sources and Citations

  • Partially based on Wikipedia article Wikipedia: Game camera, including:
    • "Trail Cameras" information, Non Typical Inc., 860 Park Lane, Park Falls, WI 54552
  1. ** "Bushnell Corporation Trail Cameras".





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