Frequently Asked Questions
Brand Information for CAMPARK TRAIL CAMERAS
Campark trail cameras are easy to use and affordable. If you want to cast a wide net of trail cameras on your property to make sure you get a picture of that mature buck, a handful of campark trail cameras is the ticket. With the cheapest model costing around $60, you can buy 6 of these cameras for what you would pay for a single camera from a bigger brand. Of course, these cameras do not come with as many features, but they still do the job and are useful in many situations.
What Kind of SD Card Should I Get With My Campark Trail Camera?
Campark cameras require a full sized SD card that is 32 GB or less in size. Micro SD cards in an SD adapter will not work with Campark cameras. If your SD card is not working, make sure it is formatted before trying to use it. You can format it within the camera, but if that does not work, you will need to format it on a standard computer. Keep in mind that formatting an SD card will erase all of its contents.
What Are the Best Types of Batteries to Use With My Campark Camera?
Campark recommends using Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA batteries for maximum battery life. Rechargeable batteries should not be used since they operate at a lower voltage and may cause your camera to malfunction. Campark trail cameras hold 8 AA batteries at a time.
Do Campark Cameras Take High Quality Photos and Videos?
Yes. These cameras come with a 20 megapixel camera and are capable of taking photos and video in 1296P. You can also adjust the resolution between 360P, 480P, 720P, 1080P, and 1296P to get your desired level of quality while potentially saving some battery life and SD card space. Some models are limited to 1080P resolution and may have 14 to 16 MP cameras.
Do Campark Trail Cameras Work at Night?
Yes. A Campark trail camera incorporates 38 to 44 850nm infrared LEDs with an infrared flash range of 75 feet (23 meters). Their low-glow infrared technology clearly shows you animals' night behavior without scaring them. Two models (the T86 and T70) feature 38 and 44 940nm No-Glow LEDs, respectively, with a flash range of 65 feet (20 meters).