Few items have revolutionized bowhunting like the trail camera. Whether you’re scouting your own private property, checking out public land in the area or looking into a quality outfitter, chances are trail cameras play a huge role in the way you hunt.
That trend continues to grow, as a number of key manufacturers revealed their newest line of products at the 2014 ATA Show in Nashville, Tenn. Stealth Cam was there for the launch of its newest line of trail cameras, and Wildgame Innovations brought along the star power of the Lakoskys to help showcase its new products. Check out all the latest, greatest trail cameras on the market for 2014.
<h2>Browning Strike Force/Dark Ops</h2><a href="http://browningtrailcameras.com/" target="_blank">Browning</a> is calling its new Strike Force and Dark Ops Trail Cameras the smallest ever made, as each measure only 2.4x3.8x4.3 inches to be less noticeable to animal or human eyes. Each is powered by six AA batteries, capturing up to 10,000 images on a single set. They offer easy setup with time, date, temperature, moon phase and camera ID stamped on each image. They support SD cards up to 32GB, include a silent image capture feature and the ability to record HD video with sound and eight-image, multi-shot mode. They include .67-second trigger speeds and 2.1-second recovery times, with self-adjusting IR nighttime illumination and Full Frame extended illumination to eliminate dark edges on nighttime images. Time Lapse and Time Lapse Plus provide plot watch capabilities. <p></p> <strong>MSRP: $</strong>140 (Strike Force), <strong>$</strong>160 (Dark Ops)