The Best 4K Trail Cam Available?

Are you looking for a trail cam that records 4K video with exceptional quality? You may want to consider either the TC08 or the TC22 models offered by Campark. So that you know what you’re getting, this video will demonstrate what each of these cameras is capable of.

Although they connect wirelessly to your smart phone to see-what-they-see when setting up and let you inspect what they have recorded from a distance away, these cameras do not work with data plans to send images/videos to your phone remotely.

Equipped with their solar batteries, they run for up to a year without charging, so they can be set up, left and periodically inspected when you are back in the area you placed them.

For some people, these are the ideal trail cams, so I thought I’d let you see what my experience has been with them.

Minor disclaimer: I bought two of these cameras (first one and then, another a month later) on my own dime and, when contacting Campark at a later time, they offered to send me a third, free camera to keep if I agreed to do a video review. That wasn’t much of an ask because I had bought one and then another, being so pleased with their units (the first one has since been stolen, unfortunately).

To purchase or find more information on these cameras, search for “TC08” and “TC22” at the following link:

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00:00 – Start
00:03 – Introduction
01:08 – Images of TC08 and TC22 units
01:31 – TC08 Video
01:36 – TC22 Video
01:43 – TC08 Video
02:07 – TC22 Video
02:19 – TC08 Video
02:30 – TC22 Video
02:42 – TC08 Video
03:34 – TC22 Video
03:48 – TC08 Video
04:04 – TC22 Video
04:10 – TC08 Video
04:24 – TC22Video
04:33 – Concluding remarks
06:48 – Invitation to next video


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