Collection: Trail camera product list
Ideal for monitoring traps and observing the behavior of wild birds and beasts!
This is a mail-order sales page for trail cameras suitable for monitoring traps and observing the behavior of wild birds and beasts. We offer a good balance between performance and price, and are suitable for shooting wild boars, which are highly cautious.
No-glow and time-lapse photography are also possible.
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Tips for choosing a trail camera
Trail cameras have different performance depending on the product, and it is necessary to choose one according to the application.
Wild boar observation
Among wild birds and beasts, wild boars are particularly vigilant and have a high learning ability. Therefore, if visible light such as strobe light is emitted during automatic shooting, it may escape. In some cases, the bait will bring them back to the spot, but it is better to avoid shooting the wild boar with its visible light so that you can observe its true movements. Therefore, we recommend a model that can shoot no-glow (invisible light).
Wild boar observation video
Deer (Sika deer, Ezo deer) are not very cautious, and sometimes they don't mind if visible light such as strobe light is emitted during automatic shooting, but they are completely aware of the camera even when shooting with infrared light. Such a figure may be observed, and strobe light may be emitted and it may fly away. Although they are less vigilant than wild boars, it is best to avoid photographing them at night as they emit visible light.
Deer observation video
Observation of small animals
Small animals such as raccoon dogs, raccoons, and foxes can often be captured by installing a trail camera. They often do not show signs of noticing the camera, and they are less likely to be surprised by white visible light, so if you choose a sensor with a wide response range, you will be able to observe various situations. In some cases, box traps for wild boars can be seen being operated by small animals such as raccoon dogs.
Observation video of a raccoon dog
Some bears, especially young ones, are curious. You can hang around in front of the camera to see what's going on, or look into the camera you've set up. They may also be seen biting and licking when they notice the camera.
For this reason, we recommend using a camera that allows you to shoot without glow without being noticed.
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