Campark T75 ReviewSALE 48%
Campark T75 is our fourth Campark camera and we have to say that this one doesn’t disappoint. We purchased it specifically for the WIFI capability which is a nice bonus. We think that for people looking for a solid wildlife cam for less than 100 bucks this is worth it, particularly if you are looking for a device that syncs up to your iPhone/iPad via WIFI. Read on our “Campark T75 review” post to further clarify its peak.
Campark T75 Review: Design
The color of the Campark T75 trail camera is also really cool looking. It has a camouflage color and it blends in really well with the woods so we don’t think you should have an issue with someone noticing it.
Campark T75 is IP66 rated so it can easily stay dry during very hard rain/wind. The case is constructed of some very thick and sturdy plastic with quality latches to keep it closed.
Design of the Campark T75 trail camera:
The packaging is professional with a well-written user guide. In fact, the camera is heavier than we anticipated when compared to Ring and other outdoor cameras
We think our favorite part is that it comes with a strap to allow you to wrap it around a tree or pole. Having 2 different threaded camera mounts really makes it easy to mount and get the shot you need. You can also use standard action camera accessories and tripods that are compatible with standard screw mounts.
Campark T75 trail camera 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 T75 setup:
Campark T75 Review: Camera And Availability
The campark T75 trail camera comes in a 20MP and supports a full HD 1296p video. It also has an adjustable shutter speed with settings of 1/15,1/20,1/30. The field of view is 120 degrees.
The motion sensor does a pretty good job at catching fast-moving animals but we wish it was a little faster and more sensitive on the highest setting. The camera captures good clear images and video on sunny days but the sensor struggles in lower light.
Campark T75 setup at day:
The Campark T75 Trail Camera is equipped with night vision. With a fully automatic IR filter, this hunting camera capture shots of animals’ natural behaviors by using infrared flash illumination technology equipped with 38pcs LEDs. Trigger distance up to 20m.
Campark T75 setup at night:
The device comes with a built-in screen for not only the settings but also to playback the videos from the SD card. If we had one small criticism it would be that the LCD screen is pretty small, so you will need to view your photos/videos through a computer or an iPad to get a true sense of what you have captured.
The Campark T75 trail camera has built-in WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. Once connected via WiFi it can be controlled through your smartphone using the free app, Hunting Camera Pro, which is available from Campark for both IOS and Android devices.
what we love most is the “wrist watch” remote allowing us to turn on the ad hoc wifi of the Campark WiFi Trail Cam and view or download videos and photos to our iPad or iPhone without having to touch the camera.
Another option is the Campark T85 which you can buy for $109 for up to 40% sale on amazon and offers similar specs
Campark T75 Review: Battery And SD Card
To get the Campark T75 trail camera to work you are going to need to have an SD card and 8x 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 T75 User Manual:
Had to replace a Moultrie cam that was stolen. This cam was much less expensive and has even more features. I was nervous going with a brand I never heard of but have been pleasantly surprised so far. I’ve only had it set up in the backyard so far but have some good pictures of my kids playing in the yard until I get it to the hunting land. The ability to turn it into a local wifi hotspot allows you to remove the pictures from the cam to your phone via the app rather than removing and replacing the card. A nice feature to save from taking out the cardCustomer reviews
The Campark T75 trail camera is a good choice and it works great. It is in your budget range. Campark 75 comes with a USB cable and mounting accessories. The camera is sturdy, weatherproof, and well designed for perfect camouflage in wild. Easy to insert the memory card and eight alkaline batteries. Captures good quality images, videos, and sounds. It gets connected with the app very easily. we would recommend the Campark WiFi Trail Camera to anyone who is looking to ‘see’ more of their surroundings
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