Great for tracking game or keeping an eye on your property, the Stealth Cam P36 8.0 MP Infrared Trail Camera features 36 NoGlo infrared LEDs that have up to a 40' range without visible illumination. This camera can take up to 15 seconds of footage at 1080p resolution for clear, crisp videos, while the burst mode can take between 1 and 6 pictures per triggering. A mini USB port allows you to quickly download pictures and video while in the field.
Features and Benefits
8.0 MP sensor provides clear pictures of passing game or your property
36 NoGlo infrared LEDs offer a flash range of up to 40' with no visible illumination
1" LCD screen gives information at a glance
Matrix Advanced Blur Reduction helps provide clear shots
Records up to 15 seconds of footage in 1080p resolution
Burst mode shoots up to 6 images per triggering with a 5- to 59-second/1- to 59-minute recovery time-out
Time, date and moon phase stamping
Memory slot accommodates SD cards up to 32 GB (card not included)
Mounting strap (included) can be used with an articulating mount or tripod mount
Requires 8 AA batteries (not included); external power jack for optional 12V battery box (not included)
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Manufacturer warranty - general:
1 year limited
Manufacturer warranty - parts:
1 year limited
Manufacturer warranty - labor:
1 year limited
Video resolution settings:
System requirements (Windows):
Windows 2000; USB port; video port
System requirements (Mac):
Mac OS X 10.3 or later; USB port; video port
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Product weight (oz.):
Up to 32 GB SD card (not included)
What's in the Box
Stealth Cam P36 8.0 MP Infrared Trail Camera
Rated 1 out of
FailureI purchased this camera because of a bobcat issue I am having at home. I had the camera set up 2 nights in a row with different positions and zero results both nights.
Set up position 1.
Camera was placed about 30" above the ground approximately 20 feet from the trap. I tested the camera by walking around the trap entering the viewing are from multiple directions. The camera did video me, so I felt the camera was in a good spot. The next morning, there was evidence the bobcat was at the trap. It ate the bait from outside the trap since the trap had caught a skunk. I retrieved the camera, and the only video was me removing the camera.
Set up position 2.
This time I tested the camera by crawling on my hands and knees. No video in position 1, so I lowered the camera to 10" above the ground. Again, no videos after crawling in all 4 directions.
Set up position 3.
I found a new spot for the camera. Tested again by crawling, and got 3 out of 4 angles with video. After checking the trap after the sun came up, there are bobcat tracks on all 4 sides of the trap. Also, there are tracks within the trap where the bobcat chewed on the bait without stepping on the trigger pan to close the door. Again, zero video.
In conclusion, this product is not worth the fuel I burned driving back and forth to purchase and return the camera.