Covert II Trail Camera
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Reviewed by: Ron Niles
Category: Trail Cameras
I’ve got several different trail cameras now. I have a Stealth, a Remington Ghost, Moultrie 4.0, and the newest and best of the lot, the Covert II.
The Covert II is a small, about 4″ X 6″ X 2 1/2″, IR camera. It runs on 4 or 8 AA bateries and they last for months. The Covert II will take video day or night. up to 60 seconds and will refire as quick as a second if set that way. In short its the fastest, smallest, longest lasting, and takes the best pictures of all the cameras I own. This is why i now have 3 of them.
The only draw back I can think of is you can’t view the pictures in the woods without a camera that can read the SD cards. If you want to lock it up well to a tree you need the bear box at like $35. Some may say the cost is a bit much but I think at $219.99, the last I knew, thats less than the cuddyback IR.
I can higly reccomend the Covert II to improve your scouting and for fun.
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