Trophy Cam HD Aggressor No-Glow
Bushnell came out with a new design in 2017, improving the model from its predecessor. The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor No Glow has a removable LED cover; improved latch and cable lock strength for support on the tree. This camera offers 24MP image quality, black no-glow LED lights which are invisible to game and an extremely fast .2sec trigger speed. Camera can also be synced up with GPS coordinates for easy recovery or tracking of game. Bushnell also increased the nigh time range of the camera out to 80 feet. Bushnell also boasts that this camera can go a full year on a single set of batteries so a great camera for those who cannot get out to check trail cameras on a regular basis. Quality product that is reliable and gets high regards from those who have purchased it.
Trophy Cam HD Aggressor Low-Glow:
Same new design as the “no glow” model this camera offers high quality 14MP images, the same .2sec trigger speed, extended photo range and 1 year battery life. The biggest difference is that the Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor Low Glow has the “Low Glow” technology so it isn’t invisible to game as its higher priced “no-glow” model but has very limited intrusiveness to game based on the technology.
Trophy Cam HD Aggressor Wireless
Same new design as the “no glow and low glow” models this camera offers high quality 14MP images, a split second higher .3sec trigger speed, extended photo range. The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor Wireless camera does have a much more limited battery life due to the wireless options so you can typically get about 3 months’ worth of battery life from the camera. The camera also includes a 2.4” color LCD screen which allows for picture viewing in the field. As seen in the products title, this camera also has capability to connect via wireless so you can view pictures remotely. It uses the cloud to store images moments after they are taken and you can view photos and camera settings directly on your smartphone or devices. This can be a huge benefit if you position the camera in an area that you are trying to limit human presence. Also, remember to check the wireless signal before you go out and purchase one of these cameras. If you don’t have cell phone reception where you hunt, it is very likely that this camera will not be a good option for you.
The product boasts a free iOS and Android app for ease of use so you can send photos to a smartphone, email, or website. This is an excellent product and has a lot of great time saving features due to the wireless capabilities but the wireless plans are only available in the U.S. and with a required data plan and higher product price-point, this can limit it as an option for a number of individuals.
Trophy Cam HD Essential E3
The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Essential E3 model is the base model that the other Bushnell cameras with more technology are built off of. It has a 16MP images, a 0.3sec trigger speed and a range of options that allow you to adjust image quality, quantity and video options. This camera can run a full year off of a single set of batteries and is a reliable camera. The camera also has a night flash when taking pictures out to 100 feet in range.