2019 Trail Camera Reviews

Trail cameras are offered in a seemingly endless number of configurations. Some trail cameras take pictures, some shoot videos, some are capable of doing both and some are even capable of doing both at the same time. Flash options include incandescent, white led, red glow infrared, low glow infrared and the completely invisible no glow infrared. There are both standard and wireless trail cameras. Wireless trail cameras can additionally be segmented into wifi trail cameras and cellular trail cameras.

Spypoint Solar

Rated by TCP Experts: 90/100

Spypoint Solar Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 90/100 - The Solar trail camera has a built-in solar panel. This unique trail camera has unmatched battery life, trigger speed and recovery time. This is the most intriguing camera we have seen...

From $199.95
Out of Stock
$266.95

Stealth Cam DS4K

Rated by TCP Experts: 88/100

Stealth Cam DS4K Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 88/100 - The Stealth Cam DS4K has killer battery life, easy programming, respectable detection speeds, and excellent 1440p videos. Picture quality is insanely realistic. We like this camera a lot.

From $169.95
$189.95

Spypoint Force 11D

Rated by TCP Experts: 86/100

Spypoint Force 11D Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 86/100 - This is one of the fastest trail cameras on the market, regardless of price. The 11D is very efficient and can last over 21 months on a set of batteries. We...

From $149.95
Out of Stock

Reconyx XS8

TCP Rating: 85/100 - The Ultrafire XS8 is a brand new video security trail camera from Reconyx. The XS8 features "dynamic video," which records video as long as there is motion in front of the...

From $699.95

Reconyx UltraFire XR6

Rated by TCP Experts: 85/100

Reconyx UltraFire XR6 Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 85/100 - Initially, this camera jumps off the page from its price and slow trigger speeds. However, it will win you over if you like videos. The processor in this camera takes unbelievable...

From $599.95

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor No Glow Camo

Rated by TCP Experts: 84/100

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor No Glow Camo Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 84/100 - The Bushnell Aggressor Camo is one of the fastest detecting trailcams on the market. It also has 8+ months of battery life and a durable case design. Picture quality is inconsistent...

$219.95
Out of Stock

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor Low Glow

Rated by TCP Experts: 82/100

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor Low Glow Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 82/100 - The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Low Glow is a low glow trailcam. The Trophy Cam HD offers fast trigger speeds, long battery life, and the same great case design.

From $179.95
Out of Stock

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor Low Glow Camo

Rated by TCP Experts: 82/100

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor Low Glow Camo Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 82/100 - The camo Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Low Glow is a red glow trailcam. The Trophy Cam HD offers fast trigger speeds, long battery life, and the same great case design.

$199.95
Out of Stock

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor No Glow

Rated by TCP Experts: 82/100

Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor No Glow Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 82/100 - The Aggressor No Glow continues to be a top pick of the wildlife research community, hunters, and anyone needing a security camera. The camera is fast, durable, and dependable. It isn't...

From $199.95

Spypoint Link-S (Verizon)

Rated by TCP Experts: 86/100

Spypoint Link-S (Verizon) Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 86/100 - The Spypoint Link-S transmits photos directly to the app on your phone. Read our Spypoint Link S Review for all the details and take advantage of our 2-year warranty

From $499.95

Spypoint Link-S (AT&T)

Rated by TCP Experts: 86/100

Spypoint Link-S (AT&T) Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 86/100 - The Spypoint Link-S transmits photos directly to the app on your phone. Read our Spypoint Link S Review for all the details and take advantage of our 2-year warranty

From $499.95

Spypoint Link-Dark (AT&T)

Rated by TCP Experts: 86/100

Spypoint Link-Dark (AT&T) Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 86/100 - The Link-Dark is no glow, fast, easy to setup, and has plenty of options for programming on the app. This is a big winner whether using for security or wildlife.

From $349.95

Spypoint Link-Dark (Verizon)

Rated by TCP Experts: 86/100

Spypoint Link-Dark (Verizon) Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 86/100 - The Link-Dark is no glow, fast, easy to setup, and has plenty of options for programming on the app. This is a big winner whether using for security or wildlife.

From $349.95

Covert Code Black LTE (AT&T)

Rated by TCP Experts: 81/100

Covert Code Black LTE (AT&T) Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 81/100 - All-in-all, this is a really solid AT&T cellular camera. The app has some functionality issues, but the camera takes good pictures, is fast, and has great battery life.

From $379.95
$429.95

Covert Blackhawk LTE (Verizon)

Rated by TCP Experts: 81/100

Covert Blackhawk LTE (Verizon) Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 81/100 - All-in-all, this is a really solid Verizon cellular camera. The app has some functionality issues, but the camera takes good pictures, is fast, and has great battery life.

From $379.95
$429.95

Spypoint Link-EVO (Verizon)

Rated by TCP Experts: 75/100

Spypoint Link-EVO (Verizon) Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 75/100 - The Spypoint Link-EVO Verizon transmits pictures to the Spypoint app on your phone. This cellular trailcam would work well for anyone on a tight budget.

From $249.95

Spypoint Link-EVO (AT&T)

Rated by TCP Experts: 74/100

Spypoint Link-EVO (AT&T) Customer Reviews

TCP Rating: 74/100 - The Spypoint Link-EVO transmits pictures to the app on your phone. This is a great value cellular trailcam for anyone on a tight budget. The Link Evo is a top cell...

From $249.95


 2018 Game Camera Reviews

Whether you need a new hunting camera, security camera, wildlife camera or a dozen new camera traps for your wildlife scouting project we hope our reviews help you find the best trail camera for your budget. If you are tracking wildlife then we have the best deer cameras. If the cost is a factor then we offer the best trail cameras for the money. Find help selecting the top rate trail cameras here!

Every game camera review is completed with an unbiased eye and years of experience.

You can sort through all the camera reviews by category, brand or price.  As an example, if you are looking for cellular trail camera reviews, just sort by that.

Narrowing down the field to find the best game cameras is no easy chore. If you are having problems sorting through the cameras above to find the best trail cameras for your specific needs, you will find help on our Trail Camera Selection Guide to help narrow down the cameras and options.

No matter how you plan on using your next trailcam, we have spent a lot of time reviewing them and hope our unbiased trail camera reviews will help you buy the best game cameras for your needs, both now and for many years to come.

Top 10 Game Cameras

We tend to group trail cams by their category. So, by sorting the above trailcam reviews they will automatically sort into the top ten game cameras for each category. If you are viewing all the cameras at once, the reviews will be sorted from first to worst, regardless of category or price.

For information on Security Cameras be sure to read our page on How to Catch a Thief

Additional Resources:

Moultrie Game Cameras - an overview of the Moultrie camera products we have reviewed for 2018.

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