Primos Truth Cam Ultra Supercharged Review
The Primos Truth Cam Ultra Supercharged Blackout Trail Camera is great for surveillance and has a 45 degrees PIR sensor that will pick up almost all motion so you don’t miss a thing. The battery case will hold an additional 16 AA batteries, compared to the 8 that are in the Truth Cam Ultra.That is a total of 24 AA batteries so you get more life to let you capture more photos…in total it can last over a year!
- Beyond 12 months battery life
- Captures photos, video and HD time lapse
- Video mode records audio
- 55 ft night range
- 1 second trigger speed
- 60 LEDs
- Blackout LED filter technology
- 7 megapixels
- 1-year warranty
- Daytime pictures can be blurry
- Whiteouts on close objects
Check out this sample pic:
This is what a couple of owners have to say:
Took the battery pack off and have had no battery issues 3,000 pics and still 50% left. One drawback is the daytime pictures are not as clear as I would like…
Nick H. – Read The Full Review On Amazon
So far I love this camera! I have bought and returned a Stealth Cam P12 and a Wildgame Innovations Blade 6 because the Stealth had horrible night pictures and the Wildgame broke. This camera is MUCH nicer than those…
Josh – Read The Full Review On Amazon
The good thing about this camera is that is has 12 months battery life and also a 55ft night range. It also records audio when set on the video setting. There is no flash, no light and no shutter noise. This gives it the ability to function as a security device as well. It is very simple to use. It weighs around 2 pounds and seems to be weather proof. I had a lot of rain here the other day and it stayed dry and took some good video.
The bad thing about this camera is that it doesn’t always keep to the correct time but other than that, the only other problem is that in really cold weather the batteries do tend to run down quicker than normal. The daytime pictures aren’t that clear but the night time ones certainly make up for that. All in all there isn’t much to complain about.
I would say that overall this camera is good value for money and that if you are looking for a trail camera that is reliable and does everything it says then this is it. It takes really good photos and works well without any flaws. Simple to use and you can attach it to any size tree with the buckle on the strap.
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