Stealth cameras have a range of quality trail cameras, which meet your every hunting need. They also have attractive price points to suit all pockets- small and big. Their range is distinctly classified as “digital” and “No Glo” scouting cameras. All of them come with HD digital recording except for the digital P12 camera.
Digital Scouting Cameras
- The most basic model is P12, which has a 6MP resolution, a range of 50 ft, time /date stamp and a low battery indicator.
- E28 comes with 7 MP camera with three settings on the picture quality and supports a video recording of up to 300 seconds.
- E38 is identical to E28 except that it has a better picture quality with an 8 MP resolution. Time-lapse function of both these models comes with PIR override.
- G30 is in another league altogether and is the most advanced in this category. It has three adjustments in resolution, from 2 MP to 8 MP. The trigger speed of 0.5 seconds is fast for this class of cameras. It comes with 30 infrared LEDs with a range of impressive 80 feet. It has high light sensitivity and blur reduction for a perfect shot.
No Glo Range
Stealth range of cameras have two “No Glow” invisible trail cams for covert games- E38NG and G42NG. E38 is the lower version and comes with an 8 MP resolution, which has three adjustments at 1.3/3, and 8 MP. G42 has a 10 MP camera and a coverage of 100 feet, which comes from the 42 invisible infrared emitters. Both the versions are weatherproof and operate on 8 AA batteries. It is a quick set with 32 GB storage card.
Best Stealth Cameras
Stealth Cam HD Video Scouting Camera
Stealth Cam HD
As one of the lowest priced cameras in their lineup, the Stealth Cam HD Video Scouting Camera is a nice low powered solution for those that don’t need anything too powerful. Considering the price, it still comes with a powerful 8MP camera that can record HD video up to 180 seconds. Not too shabby, and it also records that video with audio. Battery saving features are automatically built in, or the user can just manually turn the MP of the camera down to either 4 or 2.
The password protection is basic but works in keeping intruders off of your cam, and there are several information tagging features that users can apply to images. Trigger speed is respectable at a second, and will get a lot even if it is used for game hunting. And with matrix blur reduction, daytime shots tend to get rid of a lot of the stereotypical blurred shots that other fast snapping camera take. Stealth did a good job with this budget camera, and users will get a lot more than they expected.
Stealth Cam P18 Compact Scouting Camera
Stealth Cam P18
A bit on the underappreciated side is the low priced Stealth Cam P18 7 Megapixel Compact Scouting Camera, which is also a starter kit for those without any game cameras. It comes with batteries and a 4 GB SD card, all ready to go out of the box. This is a big plus for people who don’t want to go out and purchase several other pieces. Besides being a saved expense upfront, it is a huge convenience. As for the camera itself, it is a 7MP that is capable of recording 15 seconds of video.
It also has a 50ft. range with 18 IR emitters, and a burst mode that can take up to 6 images per trigger second. This mode is just as highly configurable as in their other cameras, and it even has a time out option up to 1 hour so you can save photo space and battery power. Due to its size it would work just fine for home security, making this one of the cheapest options to do so. Small but feature rich, this is a good deal for people looking in the starter gaming camera field.
Stealth Cam STC-P12 Digital Scouting Camera
Stealth Cam STC-P12
This sneaky little camera is the lowest priced in their lineup and has some surprising features for the budget consumer. It packs a strong 6MP that is capable of taking 15 seconds of video with audio. The time lapse feature is customizable enough to be useful, and the range isn’t that bad and goes to 50ft. It only has 12 IR emitters, but they do just enough for the beginning hunter to be useful. This however wouldn’t be a good camera for indoor security, so watch out for that. Burst mode functions a lot like rapid fire mode and takes 1-6 images per trigger for up to 59 seconds.
You can pretty much piece together an outdoor situation with this mode and get a keen sense of what is going on in the area. All of this is available at a bargain, and it even has options for time stamps. The moon phase date and time information can be put on any photo you take with the camera. As an added treat, the quick set dial lets you have full access to a range of options all at your fingertips. This is a great camera for those that want a small starter game camera, and will more than do the job.
Stealth Cam G30 Triad Armed Trail Camera
Stealth Cam G30 Triad
With all of the cameras available in their lineup, the low priced Stealth Cam G30 Triad Armed 8mp Trail Camera is considered one of their original flagship cameras. Although the upgraded G42 has some great features, the G30 is still one of the better cameras you can get out of their lineup. With 8MP of power and the ability to use it in lower resolutions of 4 and 2, battery power will not be an option for most users. Video recording is still at its best in this version, and with an amped up 180 seconds with audio you’ll get your fair share of captured moments.
The 80ft. range is still impressive and it takes full advantage of the 30 IR emitters, offering a nice field of view if placed in a good spot. For testing purposes it can take manual pictures, and for further testing it has a full-fledged test mode. Unique features include a video output to the TV and a USB output for information importing. With support for SD cards up to 32GB this is a real treat for those that want the flagship model but don’t want to get the upgraded version. It comes highly recommended and is still one of the better cameras in their lineup.