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Best Trail Camera (Under $200)

The Bushnell Trophy Cam Aggressor HD is by far the best trail camera I have been able to use so far. Over the years I have tested over a dozen different game cam brand and models. 

The brands have ranged from Bushnell, Spypoint, Moultrie, Stealth Cam, Wildview, Primos, Tasco, etc. Bushnell Trophy Cams and Spypoints are the only two brands that have lasted and stood up the abuse I have put them through. (I leave them in the woods year round and don’t check them all that often so I need something extremely reliable).

Bushnell Trophy Cams have always been reliable cameras that had a great trigger speed, good battery life, and took clear high quality photos and videos regardless of whether it was day or night.

The other reason I like Bushnell so much is due to their two year warranty and they have even helped me out with discounts on new cameras when a camera died after the warranty was up which was a lot more than I had expected. If you want a solid and reliable camera go with the Bushnell Trophy Cam Aggressors.   I assure you you will not be disappointed.

Recently, there have been a number of cellular cameras available below $150 and a couple of them even have free cellular data plans available.    


Or if you are new to trail cameras and want to learn what all you need to consider when purchasing one – check out our trail camera buying guide

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