Stealth Cam 35 mm Trail Cameras
Trail Cameras Manufacturer: Stealth Cam
Stealth Cam Model: 35 mm
Review Category: Trail Cameras
Purchase: Bought this at Cabela's for something like $60.00. Wanted to increase the number of trails I watch, however low on money, but I just couldn't wait. I have three other trail cameras, but had to have another to try to pinpoint target this monsterous buck that me and everyone else's brother has been pursuing. Best part is he spends his days on my land.
Things I like about the Stealth Cam 35 mm : For a film trail camera I guess it's not that bad. It's kind of primitive, but some of the pictures turned out real nice. aiming of the old film trail cameras isn't anywhere near those of the digital trail cameras. I also like the fact I don't worry nearly as much about this trail camera being stolen as opposed to one of my digital cameras disappearing.
What I don't like about the Stealth Cam 35 mm : It's primitive in what the camera does, however the directions or should I say instructions were a "bear". Takes too many shots of the sunset which seems to really set it off. I also hate the fact the camera is film and not digital. Reminds me of the old days of spending $20.00 just to discover pics of coons or worse yet, nothing.
35 mm quality: Surprisingly the outside is rugged, I've read enough reviews to know the inside of the Stealthcams are sometimes lacking, but so far so good for this one.
35 mm summary: As cheap as this trail camera was I shouldn't complain. I have yet to snap a picture of a descent buck with it but then again I don't worry about it either.
Rating for this Stealth Cam product: 2
Author of this review on Stealth Cam Trail Cameras: Roy G. Biv
Usefulness Rating: 3 out of 5.
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