Wildview X8IR No Glo Game Camera

Item # WX2-292020

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X8IR No Glo Game Camera. Look, critters, no flash! Catch them in the act, here for LESS!

Perfectly invisible in nocturnal conditions. This Trail Cam lets animals go about their business without interruption. When motion is detected in total darkness, a black flash grabs the picture without creating a single ray of visible light. Keep tabs on your property, your feeding site, game trails and other points of interest. Our Close-Out deal means you SAVE!

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  • 8.0-megapixel trail camera clarity
  • 2 resolution settings: 8MP or 5MP
  • 35 infrared emitters, 50' range
  • IR range control
  • 15/30/60-second trail camera video clips
  • 1/3/6-burst mode for still images
  • 20-second or 1/5/10-minute time out
  • SD memory card slot accepts up to 32 GB
  • Time, date, moon stamp on last video frame and every picture
  • Mounting strap included.
  • Runs on 4 C batteries (not included).

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Customer Reviews

4 stars
(21) 1-6 of 23 Reviews
  1. 5 stars
    These cameras are great no problems have 5 of them
  2. 5 stars
    Have not used it yet, but satisfied with all cameras from sportsman guide.(8)
  3. They work great
  4. 5 stars
    very good camera for the price
  5. 3 stars
    looks kind of cheap, but for the price will do for now
  6. 4 stars
    Easy to set up and just set out on the trail. Will know more when I pull the SD card next round.
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