Bushnell is considered one of the leading names in the trail camera industry with the popularity of the Trophy Cam series that have served hunters extremely well. The cameras deliver crystal clear images and video and the units themselves are rugged and capable of withstanding adverse conditions very well.
Displayed below is a selection of Bushnell trail cameras that have been reviewed at Trail Camera Guide. To get more information about any of the trail cameras displayed below simply click on the model name to be taken to the review page.
Bushnell Trail Camera Product Guide
The Bushnell Trophy Cam Trail Camera is one of the most popular and reliable trail cameras available. It is an 8MP camera providing great quality day time pictures, a widescreen video capability that can be set up with audio for sequences up to 60 seconds in length. The camera can be set up to take single pictures or programmed for intervals ranging from one second out to 60 minutes. It is also possible to set the camera to multi-image mode where it can take up to three images at one second intervals.
The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Max Trail Camera features the fast trigger speed and long battery life that has made the original Trophy Cam one of the most popular trail cameras on the market. The No Glow aspect of the camera means that this is a true stealth camera that will give no indication of its presence when night time pictures are taken.
The Bushnell X-8 Trail Camera has been developed with the aim to deliver a camera that is packed with many features that will be useful to the scouting hunter. It comes in a choice of three different resolutions, 2, 4 or 6MP in high quality color resolution. All of the features that have been loaded into the X-8 have been done in a package that is smaller than other cameras in the Bushnell range and available at a price that must be considered to be good value.
The Bushnell NatureView Cam HD Max Trail Camera provides you with the ability to capture images and video through the use of an 8MP CMOS image sensor. The camera uses Hyper NightVision technology for the flash which comprises 32 no-glow LEDs and gives the camera a range of up to 60 feet. The purpose of the camera is aimed chiefly at birding and capturing images from a close-up position.