We’ve owned many trail cameras over the years, some better than others, and all of them much bigger and more expensive than Campark T20. We just got this one yesterday, set it up easily. So, in today’s review, we will give detailed reviews of the superior features of this trail camera
Campark T20 Review: Design
The first thing we noticed upon receiving this trail camera is how much smaller it is than the ones we’ve used before. Campark T20 trail camera has camouflage color and T20 is of a clamshell design. IP66 waterproof, this protective case can defend from rain and dust, so the T20 game camera can operate in any type of weather. It shows you the temperature outside too which is a nice little bonus
Design of the Campark T20 trail camera:
The packaging is professional with a well-written user guide.
We think our favorite part is that it comes with a strap to allow you to wrap it around a tree or pole. The back of the camera housing is made in such a way that creates enough friction that it likely won’t slide down. The camouflage design of the camera housing also makes it virtually unnoticeable in the wilderness
Campark T20 comes with a very cool stand that you can attach permanently with screws, or temporarily.
Campark T20 manual:
Another nice feature is a mounting bracket for a permanent installation which would be useful for home security monitoring applications. We triggered on ourselves many times walking around so we are sure it would be good for monitoring trespassing and suspicious activity at least 50 to 75 feet away.
Campark T20 review: Camera And Availability
Campark T20 trail camera comes in a 20MP and supports a full HD 1080P video. It also has an adjustable shutter speed with settings of 1/15,1/20,1/30. The field of view is 120 degrees.
Daytime sensitivity to movement is typically about 75 feet. The daytime color images are of good quality. The range of the camera seems to be a little farther at night. The Campark T20 Trail Camera is equipped with night vision. The T20 has 22 low glow LEDs while the T45 has 42. Owing to IR flash 22pc 850nm infrared LEDs range 65FT(20m), this game camera produces detailed black and white night vision images and captures the moments of wildlife.
Campark T20 trail camera setup day and night:
One of the big advantages is there is a display screen so you can figure out the best vantage point in real-time, and you can also watch what you’ve captured without removing the card from the camera and dragging it to your computer.
The only downside we can see with this camera is that the buttons are extremely small and are the same color as the camera and it would be helpful if the buttons were black to highlight them more. You have small hands so the small buttons are not a big deal for you but for someone with large hands it may be an issue
For security, you can set a password on the camera so, if it gets stolen, it won’t be as useful to the thief. Keep in mind, it only records to the memory card so you won’t have photo evidence of the thief unless you manage to get the camera back.
Another option is the Toguard H20 Mini, which you can buy for $30 for up to 40% sale on amazon, and offers similar specs
Campark T20 Review: Battery And SD Card
To get the Campark T20 trail camera to work you are going to need to have an SD card and 4x AA batteries. Let us first say that if you want your camera to last do not rely on alkaline batteries. They will eventually leak and ruin your camera. Spend a little money on a 6v rechargeable setup if this is something you expect to use frequently or at least get some quality rechargeable AA batteries.
Campark T20 Review: User Reviews
I have only had the camera for a week or so but I am pretty impressed with the image and video quality. I have pictures of deer during the day and at night that look great. The night video is impressive. You can choose just pictures, just videos or both. With a 32GB memory card, I have it set to take pictures and a 10 second video. Unless you had a ton of activity it would take weeks to fill the card. The other great feature is the small LCD screen to quickly view your photos.Customer Reviews
We are happy with the camera. The picture quality seems to be good, both in day and night modes. It’s 12 megapixels, but a $30 camera lens isn’t the same as a $500 lens on a 12 megapixel DSLR camera, so set your expectations appropriately. Overall, Campark t20 is probably the best bang for your buck when it comes to trail cameras. It’s a sturdy little camera that gets the job done well for a pretty low price.
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