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Stealth Cam PX24 Game Camera
The Stealth Cam® PX24 Game Camera uses a 16 MP camera to take color images in daylight; or black and white images at night with 24 No Glo infared emitters, giving the flash a 70' range. The PX24 game camera has a burst mode that takes 1-3 images per triggering. A .6 second trigger speed and Matrix blur reduction gives you clear image of fast-moving bucks. Video recordings with audio are programable at 5/15/30 seconds, and there's a time lapse mode. A LCD screen makes makes set up a breeze. Each image is stamped with time, date, and moon phase. This trail cam is compatible with a Python™ cable (not included), and is powered by 8 AA batteries (not included). The unit requires a SD card up (accepts up to 512 GB). The PX24 Game Camera has a mini USB output, and an external power jack for a 12V battery. Manufacturer model #: STC-PXP24NG.
16 MP camera
24 No Glo infared emitters
1-3 images per burst mode
0.6 second trigger speed
Matrix blur reduction
Programable video setting
Time, date, and moon phase stamps
Web ID: 100117760
Rated 2 out of
Trail cameraOf the 20 plus cameras that I have this model is not user friendly and is poor in design and image quality. I have many Stealth brand cameras and replaced this one with the new Gng pro max which is very nice!
Date published: 2019-09-30
Rated 4 out of
Pretty good cameraFirst time I tried the video feature I set it up in the house and got video of dogs. Had been seeing the feeder swinging in the chicken coop but no critters so I put the camera out there. What I found was that not only have I been feeding the chickens but a family of possums, a coon and plenty of rats. I set it on the fourth setting which is the highest megapixel and 30 sec in between. Got some pics of rats in mid-jump but pretty good pictures overall. I figure if a rat will trigger it then a real size animal is a no issue.
Still on the first set of batteries and the battery meter still shows full so pretty sure with going the still pic route versus video it will last awhile.
Date published: 2019-09-02
Rated 3 out of
Gotta work at it, but does what it says.I needed to find out what's been visiting my garage every night. I read several trail cam reviews online. A lot of complaints seemed to be user error or misunderstanding the features so I wanted to give this one a fair shake.
First: understand what you are getting. This is a camera that can take pictures, time lapse pictures, and videos of configurable lengths. It does not have a timer feature that let's you specify which hours to be active - for example only from 10 pm to 6 pm. This could be a problem if you are leaving it up in the woods over a weekend-, it takes pictures 24x7 until you go back an shut it off, even if you only want to see pics from dusk and dawn. This drains the batteries, but more on that below.
It doesn't have a screen to let you scroll through the pics or videos on the unit but you can buy a viewer that plugs into your cell phone to see the pics on the SD card so you don't have to haul a laptop into the field. If you want those features expect to pay for a higher end trail cam.
The pictures it takes are impressive! The black-and-white night photos use invisible IR, which means it doesn't use a flash or red glow that might startle your target.
The documentation is awful, but setting it up is fairly intuitive if you are willing to spend half an hour figuring it out.
It's a battery vampire. Well, OK maybe you just need to be aware of how hard you are asking it to work. I set it up to take 5 second videos with a 5 second delay in between. It took about 150-170 a night, which in retrospect is a lot. Still frames wouldn't drain so much juice. What I had to figure out tho, is that when the batteries get low it stops workiing reliably. It still turns on and shows 1 bar for the battery but it only took 3 videos. Many of the reviews I read described this same symptom and declared the unit defective I was ready to return it when I decided to put in a new set of batteries and it returned to full working order. It had only been 10 days since the first new set, but it had taken over 1000 videos by then so maybe that's fair. There should be some note describing the number of pictures/videos you can expect from a set of batteries and what to expect when they start running low. If you expect to leave this up in the woods over a weeken you might drain an 8-pack of AAs and get hundreds of pics of leaves blowing when you really only wanted to see what happens at dusk. This will be frustrating, but trail cams aren't smart enough to know what you want to see and what you dont. In my case I could turn it on before bed and off in the morning, which makes this less of a problem.
If you can live with these limitations you can get some good pics for detective work!
BTW, my culprit was a racoon. We named him Banjo. So far, no harm done!
Which of your cameras uses WIFI so I don't have to go pull cards from the camera?
Asked by: Frank d
Thank you for choosing Bass Pro Shops. The links below will take you to wireless game cameras and cellular game cameras.
Wireless Game Cameras
Cellular Game Cameras
Answered by: BPSProductSpecialist8
Date published: 2018-09-20
"The unit requires a SD card up (accepts up to 512 GB)." Must I purchase a card separately?
Asked by: Johnny55
Thank you for choosing Bass Pro Shops. SD cards are sold separately. The link bow will take you to our Cabela's SD Pro Memory Card.