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Stealth Cam has further refined the cellular camera segment with the introduction of the all-new Deceptor™ MAX Cellular Trail Camera. Now with an expanded battery capacity for a total of 16 AA batteries (not included), the Deceptor MAX drastically improves your efficiency afield. Compatible with Stealth Cam’s upcoming FieldMAX assortment of rechargeable lithium battery cartridges and solar panels. Features two pre-installed SIM cards and our Automatic Network Coverage feature that continuously monitors both AT&T and Verizon signal strength, ensuring automatic connection to the strongest network for connectivity you can count on via the Command Pro app. On Demand photo and video capture takes and sends crystal-clear photos and videos with audio in real time, while the 36-piece, 940nm No-Glo LED array offers an invisible detection and flash range out to 80 feet. A 0.4-second trigger speed captures as many as nine photos per burst. Weatherproof housing and integrated lock latch. ¼-inch threaded insert for adding mounting hardware. Includes a 12-volt DC auxiliary jack.

Automatic Network Coverage
Verizon and AT&T
On Demand
Photo and Video
Camera Sharing
Via Command Pro App
Photo Resolutions
Video Resolutions
1440P QHD Video
Video Audio
Detection & IR Range
Flash Type
36-Piece 940nm No-Glo
Night Image Color AI
Trigger Speed
0.4 Seconds
Burst Mode
1-9 Photos Per Trigger
Image Stamp
Time/Date/Moon Phase/Temperature/Camera
Recovery time
2-59 sec
Lock Latch
Integrated Python Provision
External Power Jack
12V DC Jack
Batteries Required
16 AA (Not Included)

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what our customers say


It's really nice being able to see what's going on at your stand in live time...I live in Florida and hunt Indiana so I can't check my cards... it's great with everything I'll give it it 5 Stars

Tom Sexauer
Key West, FL

Camera works great. Had an issue setting it up that I could not figure out. I got a quick and helpful response through email. I'm using regular Duracell batteries it seems to have great battery life.

Martin Shainover
San Antonio, TX

how to Mount a Trail Camera to a Tree?

Every camera comes with its own strap for basic mounting.  It wraps around the tree and latches in the back.  For a little extra security, check out our very own lockable steel enforced strap.

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Works flawless. I love them. Zero problems and they’re a game changer.

Steve N.
Los Angeles, CA

Fantastic camera....update regularly and there will be no issues

David C.
Bloomsburg, PA