Frequently Asked Questions
General information about Spartan trail cameras:
Spartan trail cameras are some of the best and most advanced trail cameras available today. These cameras offer high-quality photos and videos with sound, as well as a number of other features, making them ideal for capturing the action when you're out hunting in the great outdoors. Spartan Cameras are some of the best cellular cameras available and are built to withstand the most challenging environments. Spartan trail cameras are also made right here in the USA; they operate out of Johns Creek, Georgia
What are the main features of Spartan trail cameras?
Some of the features that make Spartan trail cameras stand out from the competition include: rapid trigger speed (0.2 seconds), extended night range (up to 100 feet), removable internal SD card, and a weatherproof housing. Spartan trail cameras come equipped with state-of-the-art features such as motion activated recording, time lapse mode, and HD video resolution. They are also extremely easy to operate, making them perfect for any level of photographer or hunter. So if you're looking for a top-of-the-line trail camera, then Spartan is definitely a brand worth considering.
Can I Use Any SD Card in My Spartan Trail Camera?
It is recommended that you use a standard sized class 10 SD card. The card's capacity should be between 8 and 32 GB. Standard SD cards will lock in place inside the trail camera so they don't fall out when it is bumped in the field. This is why we do not recommend micro-SD cards.
Can Spartan Trail Cameras be Tracked by GPS?
Spartan's Ghost Models - GC-G4Gb and newer - are the only Spartan cameras with GPS capabilities.
Is It Possible to Use My Spartan Camera as a Normal Game Camera if I Don't Want to Use the Wireless Features?
As long as all contractual obligations are met, the user could deactivate the device and turn off the wireless transmission in the device menu. Then you can store pictures on a normal SD card.
Do I need a Verizon phone plan to use Spartan Cameras?
No. Your Spartan camera plans have nothing to do with your personal phone plan.