Hunting can be a lonely experience, but with today's hunting cameras you can share all of your hunting adventures with friends and family alike.
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Out with the old and in with the new. Hunting cameras of today can do a great job capturing you hunts.[/caption]
Today was the day. After so many days of returning home empty handed, when things didn't go quite right, today was the day it all came together. Now, with your harvested animal proudly loaded into your pickup, you head home to share the story with everyone. You can show them the animal, tell them the story, and show them the pictures. By now you'll be glad you had the right hunting camera to help you capture the moment in the field.
Video documentation has become the number one way of capturing hunting stories these days. With youtube and smartphones, your just a link away from sharing your day with the entire world.
If you're looking for a new camera, here are some hunting cameras and gear to consider purchasing.
cameras have really taken off in recent years as people want to share their adventures with other people. Hunters have not neglected this new technology, with many hunters self filming hunts. These hunting cameras are light and compact and can be mounted nearly anywhere. Many treestand hunters use a device like this 3-way arm mounted
in by their stand to help capture the action as it unfolds.
Selfies. Some people like them, some don't. At any rate, if you are alone in the woods with your quarry on the ground you have little choice but to take some sort of selfie if you want a picture. In the past hunters had to lug around tripods and cameras to get the pictures taken. Many still take that option today, but today people are turning their smartphones into high quality hunting cameras. One device to assist you in capturing great shots is the "selfie stick
." This telescopic arm attaches to your phone and will take pictures from a distance of 3'4" for a very reasonable price.
Several new hunting cameras hitting the market recently are stabilizer cameras. These nifty devices simply replace your current stabilizer and capture the action up front and personal and are designed specifically for compound bows. Depending on your preference, the video might be hard to view and the picture moves around frequently. You can imagine how much movement your bow makes while hunting with it. If you are really into different camera shots and putting together videos, this might be a camera for you.
So next time you are standing over your hard earned trophy and headed back to friends and family, hopefully you had the right camera gear to help you capture the moment.
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