How to Choose a WingHome Game Camera for Hunting Season?

WingHome, as a leading wildlife game & hunting camera provider, employs its best efforts to make trail camera reliable and durable to meet customers’ needs.
If you are interested in choosing a WingHome trail camera to join the hunting season, you can consider from the following aspects.

Trigger Speed
Trigger speed, also called shutter speed, means the time that it takes for a trail camera to capture the target as soon as it has detected motion. Generally speaking, trigger speeds in most trail camera are more or less between 0.8s and 1.5s. WingHome trail camera has a very fast trigger speeds – 0.4s. It is of vital importance to choose a quick trigger camera, since it determines whether you can accurately find the preys early in the animal hunting games.

Image Resolution
Image resolution refers to the number of pixels in an image. Resolution is sometimes identified by the width and height of the image as well as the total number of pixels in the image. The higher the number of pixels, the higher the quantity of information or precision in the image.

Detection Zone
The motion detection zone refers to a specific area that you want the WingHome trail camera to detect motion in. Everything outside of the zone is ignored and will not trigger the camera.

Durability of a trail camera can be defined with dustproof & waterproof level, operation temperature and humanity as well as battery life. 

App Mobile Compatible
For cellular trail camera, such as WingHome 350CG, you are enabled to remote control the camera with App installed on your mobile phones. 
Besides, you can also receive and view photos sent from the camera to your smart phones via MMS, email or FTP.

The comparison of WingHome Scout Camera are as following, you can choose a most suitable one according to the full aspects of a best quality game camera.

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