The Covert Scouting Camera company produces quality trail cameras that are perfect for use for hunting, wildlife animal management and security purposes. The range of cameras produced by the company covers both black and white flash illumination to cater for all types of situations.
In 2014 the company introduced a new trail camera to the range, the Code Black G3, an update on the 2013 model that offers SMS commands direct to your cellular phone to notify you of the images that have been taken. Clearly this is the way forward for trail cameras and is a technology that is still in the development stage.
Displayed below is a selection of Covert 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.
Covert Trail Camera Product Guide
The Covert Extreme Black 60 Trail Camera has the same impressive features that you get with the Special Ops Code Black 60 except for the wireless feature. The camera has had HD video included in the latest version (2013) along with sound capability. It uses black flash technology to minimize the chances of being detected at night when triggered.
The Covert Extreme Red 40 Trail Camera has been a favourite trail camera of many people who are looking for a strong and reliable camera that will take pictures over an extended period of time. The camera has been built with the same features as the Extreme Black 60 except it has 40 Red Glow LED’s for night-time illumination. It is possible to set the camera to different resolution levels to control the clarity of the pictures.
The Covert MP6 Black Trail Camera has been designed to produce a quality invisible flash camera at a great price and it seems that Covert have achieved their goal. As well as the usual great single shot capabilities that you would expect from a Covert trail camera it has had HD video included in the latest version along with sound capability.
The Covert Special Ops Black Trail Camera is known as a cellular camera. It is one of the first trail cameras to send copies of the images it takes direct to either your phone or computer. The camera has a range of resolution capabilities of 3, 5, 8 or 12 megapixels, it is simply a matter of setting the Photo Size option to the required resolution.