Covert MP8 Black (2013)

UPDATE: This spring I decide to put this guy on a well-known creek crossing. As luck would have it, major rains came, waters quickly rose and the camera floated off to the Gulf of Mexico. Sad, sad day. 🙁

This little camera can get it done when it comes to scouting. The smallest trail camera I run, plus it has the no flash technology. This allows me to hang this camera just about anywhere, keeping it out of the sight of wildlife or anyone walking by. The MP8 camera may be small, but it still takes 8 MP photos, has a 40-foot IR flash range and multi-burst photos. So far this camera has been great.

Manufactures Technical Specs

  • Adjustable 3-5-8 MP resolution
  • Color viewer
  • 40 Invisible LEDs
  • 1, 2, or 3 shot burst
  • Time-lapse mode
  • Start/stop mode
  • 16 GB SD card capacity
  • 3 Adjustable sensitivity levels
  • Operates on 8 AA batteries
  • Time/date/temp & moon phase stamps

Pros

  • Black Flash – Less noticeably to wildlife and humans
  • Size – One of the smallest cams I own
  • Photo burst – Take up to 3 photos in seconds
  • Viewer – Allows you to viewer photos in the field
  • Warranty – 1 Year with the best customer support teams. They’ve got your back!

Cons

  • Photos
  • Night Videos – If the batteries are too low, the night videos will be shorter

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