Wild Game Innovations Razor X6 Review
The Wild Game Innovations Razor X6 is somewhat unknown in the world of trail cameras. It is a relatively newer offering and has a lot to offer in a small package. It comes packed with features and a picture quality that truly helps it to stand out amongst the crowd… all at a budget-friendly price!
- 21 High Intensity LED Infrared Flash
- FlexTime +™ Time Lapse Technology
- New Exposure Control System for clearer images
- Redux™ Anti-Blur Technology
- Wide Angle 16:9 aspect ratio option
- 1 second Rapid trigger speed
- Flash range is up to 60 ft.
- Photo and HD 720p Video (30sec) capabilities
- Up to 32GB SDHC Card (not included)
- External battery port (for use with EBX)
- Uses 8 AA-Cell batteries (not included)
- Includes USB cable, bungee cords and Flextime software CD
- Pictures can be pretty blurry at night if the deer are moving
- Picture window is a bit narrow
I’ve had a few different people say that this cam won’t take pictures at the 50 ft range it claims, though I have not experienced this. I have actually found the range to be pretty good. The pictures can be blurry at night with moving targets as well, though the same can be said about any trail cam.
This is what an owner has to say about this camera:
Thus far the distance and clarity of the pictures from this trail cam are quality…
All in all this is a reliable little trail camera that packs quite a punch for its size. It is less than 6 inches long and weighs less than a pound, so it is able to be packed in and set up where some of the big guys can’t.
The daytime picture quality is fantastic thanks to the included anti-blur technology. It has a quick trigger and the ability to take time lapse photos as well as video. You can make the most of your efforts by viewing the field for an entire day in just minutes!
If you are looking for a trail camera that is packed with features in a small package, look no further! The Wild Game Innovations Razor X6 is great value. If you’re willing to spend a little more, there are some other trail cameras that are worth a look. Check out the Moultrie M1100i review or the M990i.