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Bushnell 2010 Trophy Cam Series

Longer battery life, compactness, quality photos/video and a reasonable price make the Trophy Cam wildly popular. These units fit in the palm of your hand and provide up to a full year of battery life via eight AA lithium batteries. New models for 2010 include Standard, Built-In Viewer and Bone Collector Realtree AP versions -- all with identical capture features.

Improvements for 2010 include 32 Infrared Night Vision LEDs, 5MP or 8MP settings, 16GB SD card capacity, 720x480 maximum video resolution, Python Lock adaptability and date/time on all images. MSRP: $199.99 (Standard); $229.99 (Bone Collector); $249.99 (Viewer)


Contact: Bushnell Outdoor Products, 800-423-3537; www.bushnell.com


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