First and foremost, a good video game camera must have high-resolution video. Without that, it shouldn't be mentioned in a post like this. While most trail cameras produce video, and good video, to be considered high-resolution, the camera needs to record in 1920 x 1080 (with audio).
Here are my 3 favorite video game cameras.
For any video lover, this is a no-brainer. I can sit and watch XR6 videos all day long. Here is our current XR6 playlist, which at the moment contains 37 various videos.
This video quality from the XR6 is unmatched. Crystal clear, great color and incredible depth to each video. This camera is flawless, from a pure video perspective.
The XR6 has unmatched durability as it is made in the USA.
The Recon Force is a clear-cut #2 choice. Great videos, good detection speed - just a great video trailcam.
The Recon Force has everything you want from a budget-friendly video camera. With that in mind, it won't have the long-term use that an American-made trail camera will.
The good news is it is still covered under our 2-year warranty - so you know it will be fully operational during that time period (we guarantee it).
Of my 3 favorite video cameras I'm listing, the Aggressor is the best of the bunch if you plan on using the gamecam for pictures and videos. The other two aren't nearly fast enough for normal picture taking, they are video-specific cameras.
The Aggressor takes high-resolution videos, with quality that isn't as high as the XR6 & Recon Force, but not far behind either. It is more versatile though, as it is super fast in picture mode. In video mode, not so much...
As a video trail camera, it is not in the same league as the first two cameras, but as a versatile, all-around picture and video trail camera - it does a stand-up job.
Want to check out all the videos from our current video contest? Click play on the video below, and it will automatically play every video. Our customers have taken some great videos this year!