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New Trail Cameras for 2022

Trail cameras play a bigger role in our bowhunting adventures every season. That trend will continue with these new models!

New Trail Cameras for 2022

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Browning Trail Cameras Strike Force Full HD

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Browning Trail Cameras Strike Force Full HD

Adding another member to their growing line of popular Strike Force sub-micro series, Browning launches the new Strike Force Full HD in 2022. Bringing nighttime imagery and video quality to a whole new level in the Strike Force line, the new Full HD incor-porates a Radiant 4LED illumination system with high-quality 22MP images and 1080p full HD video with audio to deliver the striking detail. In addition, its trio of modes — Economy, High Power and Fast — as well as a trigger speed adjustment be-tween .135 and 0.7 seconds, adjustable infrared flash range and new RADIANT 4 night IR illumination range out to 110 ft, you won’t be disappointed with the customization possibilities this compact camera offers. $149.99 | www.browningtrailcameras.com

Bushnell CelluCORE 30 No Glow

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Bushnell CelluCORE 30 No Glow

Bushnell is always a heavy hitter in the trail camera arena and their cellular CelluCORE 30 No Glow is one of their latest making a splash this year. Not only is it super easy to set up and even easier to connect, receive and sort high-quality images, but with its high output No-Glow LEDs with a range of 100-feet and a trigger speed of 0.2 second, you won’t worry about game slipping past unnoticed. Plus, with the 30MP im-age sensor and 1080p HD video with sound capabilities, you are assured images are both sharp and clear day or night. It’s also equipped with a 3-inch color screen and a removable battery tray for easy setup. With data plans on both the Verizon and AT&T networks starting as little as $10 a month with the first 30 days free, having a few of these scattered on your property is worth every penny. $249.99 | www.bushnell.com

Cuddeback Tracks

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Cuddeback Tracks

The grandfather of trail camera technology and innovation, Cuddeback launches the new Tracks cellular camera this season. Designed on a small ergonomic platform, it features dual external paddle antennas to ensure better reception in those spotty areas, and with its advanced IR-cut image sensor you’ll be amazed at the image quality it delivers. It has simple onboard interface so you can make adjustments on the camera directly, or better yet, through a web interface or smartphone app. It also provides the ability for you to automatically send images via text or email to up to 10 people. Tracks can be configured to operate on either AT&T or Verizon networks, and with 4 D cell batteries instead of the AA’s many of today’s cameras use, it offers longer battery life and the ability to run Cuddeback’s solar or external battery packs as well. $N/A | www.cuddeback.com

Moultrie Micro 42 & 42i

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Moultrie Micro 42

Although cellular trail cameras are nice and Moultrie certainly has some exceptional ones to choose from, sometimes you need to go off the grid to find that trophy buck. So when cell towers are sparse and reliability a must, you can’t go wrong with the new Moultrie Micro 42 or 42i. Both offer a battery life of up to 13,000 images, which will get you through the season, and with their 42MP sensors grabbing quality images cou-pled with trigger speeds at 0.4 second and detection range of 70 feet, missing the action is not in the equation either. While the Micro 42 has an IR flash range of 100 feet and the 42i an invisible flash range of 80 feet, both units will do the job when you need to go off-grid. $79.99-$89.99 | www.moultriefeeders.com


Muddy Manifest 2.0

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Muddy Manifest 2.0

Building upon the success of its predecessor, the new user-friendly Muddy Manifest 2.0 is certainly a great addition to their robust whitetail tailored product line heading into 2022. With the ability to capture crisp 16MP images thanks to the latest firmware update enhancements, as well as an extremely easy QR code set up and activation, it won’t take long before images flash across your phone screen through either AT&T or Verizon networks. It also features an 80-foot infrared flash and detection range and a burst mode to capture multiple images, and with the Stealth Cam Command App and Web interface, you have complete control of the camera from anywhere. Best of all, with plans starting as low as $5 a month and no contracts to contend with, the new Manifest 2.0 clearly lives up to its name. $149.99 | www.gomuddy.com


Covert WC20

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Covert WC20

Connecting seamlessly within the AT&T and Verizon networks, Covert revamps their WC20 scouting camera in 2022 with a new compact design. Delivering the latest in cell camera technology, it features 40 Infrared No-Glow LEDs with a flash range of 100-feet that incorporates an ultra-sensitive .30 second trigger speed with MaXimum Si-lence Image Capture to ensure nothing spooks or slips past unnoticed. Its 20MP image sensor also captures full 1080p video and records time, date, temperature and moon phase data. Setup is easy with either the 1.5-inch incorporated screen or simply scanning the QR code, and with the Covert Web Portal and mobile app, you have control of your camera and can choose plans starting at less than $5 a month. $129.99 | www.covertscoutingcameras.com

Stealth Cam Fusion X

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Stealth Cam Fusion X

Making improvements to an already popular platform, Stealth Cam delivers the enhanced version of their Fusion X wireless camera. Topping the list of upgrades is a significant improvement to image quality with up to 26MP resolution and 1080p video, plus an added preview mode that shows a 3-frame GIF to determine if the video is worth downloading. Other notable improvements are its ability to colorize nighttime images with groundbreaking AI-powered technology, as well as image tagging options and filters that allow users to organize specific bucks and select filter parameters to identify patterns, time frame and environmental conditions to help pattern deer. Add-ed to this is its 80 feet detection and IR range, a trigger speed of less than half a second and the Stealth Cam Command Pro app so users can easily access controls and images anytime and anywhere. $159.99 | www.stealthcam.com

SPYPOINT FLEX

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SPYPOINT FLEX

Ensuring you have the best coverage regardless of your network, SPYPOINT drops another gem in the wireless trail cam world with the new FLEX. Equipped with cross-carrier technology, the FLEX automatically connects to the best network in your area, and with an antenna that is designed to optimize connection, you are assured of excel-lent performance even when cell service is weak. It has a flash and detection range of 100-feet, and with the 33MP camera that is also capable of producing 1080p video with sound, it delivers exceptional image quality. Best of all, setup is a snap with the SPYPOINT App, and with the new responsive trigger that automatically configures the camera’s settings to outside conditions, plus the innovative photo and camera management app with customizable maps, weather, and BUCK TRACKER AI filters, you’ll be better prepared when you climb into your treestand next fall. $N/A | www.spypoint.com

Wildgame Innovations Terra Cell

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Wildgame Innovations Terra Cell

When you think of whitetail deer hunting, it’s hard not the think about the reliability and affordability Wildgame Innovations has had in the bowhunting community over the years. This year they add yet another gem to their growing list of wireless cameras with the new Terra Cell. Noted features include a trigger speed just over a half-second, an 80-foot detection and flash range, and a 20MP camera that seamlessly connects to both the AT&T and Verizon networks. In fact, even if you use a third-party cell carrier, the Terra Cell will still send images to your phone if there’s AT&T or Verizon service in range. Not only is the Terra Cell a snap to set up with the HuntSmart App, but with the app's image management capabilities, users can incorporate mapping tools, species recognition, photo sorting, hunt predictor and buck scoring to plan hunts from their mobile or desktop device. $129.99 | www.wildgameinnovations.com




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