after a trial camera, as decent as possible as cheap as possible etc...any ideas?
99% of my photos are just out with the mutts in springwater park, between whitefield and radcliffe north manchester, thankfully allowed to be self managed mainly by nature allowing a large variety of species.....
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This information is really very useful for those who like to take photos, I am delighted!
andy carson said:
I did wonder initially if you meant Trail or Trial, but reading the following replies, I have an answer for you.
I have the Bushnell Natureview, which was, and probably still is, used by many nature programs. It is a sturdy camera, the stills and video are very good, particularly the nighttime images and videos.
The Natureview cam is discontinued, though Bushnell do still make Trail Cams, certainly worth looking at.
If you ave a look at my YouTube channel you can see a mix of daytime and nighttime videos, which will give you an idea what to expect.
Good luck with your search, there are a lot of good ones out there, Swann, who do a lot of outdoor security cameras (which was my first cam until someone borrowed it long-term) is another brand to have a look at.
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