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Primos Truth Cam 35 Review

  Quick Facts

    Price:                              $119.95
  •  Trigger Time:                 1.5 s
  •  Recovery Time:             5 seconds
  •  Detection Range:          50 ft.
  •  Detection Width:           Semi-wide
  •  Flash Range:                 40 ft.
  •  Battery Type:                 4 D Cell
  •  SD Card:                       SD Card

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  • Easy programming
  • Quick recovery time
  • Good detection range
  • Fuzzy Pictures both day and night
Best Thing About the Camera

          Camera is very easy to program


     The Primos Truth Cam series, is Primos' first production of game cameras.  The Truth Cam measures 7" x 9" x3" (deep).  Compared to most modern cameras, this is a very large, bulky camera.  The biggest difference in the different model of Truth Cams' is the amount of Infrared LED's present.  The more LED's = better night pictures.  The Truth Cam 35 has 35 infrared LED's.

     The programming on the Truth Cam 35 is very easy to program.  There are toggle switches that slide to pick your desired settings.  Could not be any easier.  The camera operates off of 4 D cell batteries.  Unfortunately, by using D cell batteries, this normally decreases battery life significantly over using AA batteries.  You can not use rechargeable Nimh batteries on this camera.

     The picture quality, both day and night, would be quite impressive if not for the blur in every movement.  The day pictures are absolutely beautiful when the animals are standing still.  The flash range is roughly 40 ft. depending on the outside light present.  Here is an example:

     The 1.5 second trigger and 5 second recovery time is VERY impressive considering this is a $120 trail camera.  The detection zone is what we consider "semi-wide," which means it covers about half the field of view of the camera.  Overall, I am impressed with the detection circuit considering the price point of this model.

     This camera would be a no-brainer if not for the fuzzy pictures and "clunk" sound.  The sound is inexcusable, and quite frankly, I don't know how that gets by quality control.  I hope it is something they fix in the future.  The rest of the camera is definitely above average and the detection circuit is worthy of a camera almost double its price.  If you don't mind the sound, or the blurry pictures, I would think you would be happy with the Truth Cam 35.

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