- Recommended Uses For Product: Game,Hunting,Outdoor
- Brand: WOSPORTS
- Model Name: G600
- Connectivity Technology: NO
- Special Feature: Night Vision, Motion Sensor
- 1.New version trail cam: 30MP 1920P FHD ultra-high resolution deliver stunning vibrant images and clear audible videos, with built in 2.0 inches LCD color screen, You could easily see the wildlife world.
- 2.0.2S trigger speed : WOSPORTS Wildlife hunting camera will be triggered instantly in 0.2s without delay so that you will never miss any exciting moments anytime.
- 3.32pcs IR LEDs:New motion activated night vision camera is designed with 32 pcs IR LEDs that provides a 80 feet flash range, which is less terrified to wild animals.
- 4.Wide 120° angle lens: This scouting camera has a 120° wide angle lens with 80 feet/24m triggering distance,which allows you to get an excellent broader view.
- 5.Multi-function trail camera:This waterproof game camera is designed for scouting the wildlife or home yard security with many functions(Time Switch/Timer/Time Stamp Function Etc.) You can easy to use it by following user manual.This hunting camera is a great gift choice for your family and friends!
We started having minor issues with trespassers this summer. When Black Friday 2021 rolled around I decided to buy a bunch of budget cameras to test them out and keep the best six. I compared:(3) GardePro E5 ($53.99)(3) GardePro E5S ($57.99)(1) GardePro E6 ($83.99)(1) GardePro E8 ($97.99)(2) Wosport G6oo ($41.99)(1) Usogood WIFI trail camera 4K (Gifted to me, currently lists for $113.99)(1) my one year old Victure ($84.22)(Black Friday 2021 Prices except for the Victure, which was Black Friday of 2020)So my winners and keepers in order are1) GardePro E62) Gardepro E83) Wosport G6oo.Everything else (Except the Victure) got sent back. That about sums it up, but if you want the details and why I made those choices then read on.I initially set up a test in the forest behind my house and put all the cameras side by side on a board about four feet off the ground. I set it up so that I could walk into view at a right angle 90 feet away from the cameras then walk directly in towards the lens. I let the cameras run for 24 hours and made several trips down to the board midday, evening and in pitch black darkness.For physical design the GardePro cams are all awful. The screen is on the inside lid behind the camera, so it’s only visible when you have the camera pointed in the wrong direction. Figuring out where to mount the camera so that it’s pointed at the precise right spot is a real chore. The battery compartment lid is crazy tight. I had to use a flat screwdriver to get to the batteries and for some reason none of my rechargeable batteries fit. Finally, the memory card slot pops out the bottom and it’s not always obvious when you have it “locked” in. I envision SD cards getting lost in leaves in my future. The E6 and E8 had some redeeming qualities though:The Winner: GardePro E6: It worked perfectly right out of the box with very little configuration. The poor physical design is overridden by the WiFi feature, which allows me to get the cam pointed using the screen on my phone. I could review the images and videos on the cam without pulling the card so dropping it out the bottom is a smaller concern. The sensitivity isn’t perfect but it works better than anything else in the group I tested, except the slightly more expensive E8. The images and video were not as good as my phone. They aren’t even as good the phone I stopped using eight years ago. But compared to all the other cameras in the test they are exceptional. I was easily visible in the night time video at 90 feet, and could almost start to recognize myself at about 50 feet away. My face was easily recognizable when I got to somewhere between 25 and 20 feet from the camera.GardePro E8: This performed almost exactly as the E6. The only reason I put the E6 at the top of my list is that I don’t really see any extra value for the price, unless getting a slightly higher resolution (32MP vs 24MP) is super important to you. I was more interested in video, and they both record at 1296p. If they were within $10 I’d buy the E8, but at the time of this writing there’s a $20 gap that I don’t think is justified, unless there is some other feature I just haven’t noticed yet. If I discover some other benefit in the next year I’ll come back and edit. If they both go for the Black Friday prices again I’ll get the E8.Wosport G6oo: Honestly, these were so cheap I bought them to use as decoys. These don’t have the invisible IR so when they trigger you will see a red light. I intended to set these up as a deterrent, with a second (and better) camera watching the same area but out of sight. Someone approaching the camera would hopefully see it and turn around, but if they decide to trespass anyway and steal one of these cameras to cover their tracks, I would get proof from the better hidden camera. I was really surprised at how good the sensitivity was right out of the box, the quality of the videos and audio, and how intelligently the physical case is put together. After sending back the E5 and E5S cameras, I decided to just mount these up out of reach with a ladder where a trespasser can’t get to them easily.UsoGood: As far as usability and sensitivity goes this is a great camera. Unfortunately I was not impressed with the images or video. The images I got were all grainy both night and day, and had a serious fisheye distortion without adding any noticeable field of vision over the other cameras. I had put this on my wishlist after drooling over the feature list and the reviews, but as badly as I wanted to love this camera I had to send it back using the gift receipt. Hopefully my in-laws won’t be upset.GardeE5 cameras: Great images for the price, but the sensitivity and audio was not good. They never stopped triggering. In 24 hours I ended up with 990 images on each camera. I retested these by putting the sensitivity down to medium, and then they wouldn’t trigger until I was within 25 feet. Another deal breaker was that the audio on all three was horribly muffled. If a trespasser is talking I want to be able to hear everything they are saying. If a deer suddenly turns to look somewhere I want to know what sound made it jumpy.GardePro E5S cameras: Like the E5, great images for the price, but the sensitivity and audio was not good. They triggered nonstop and in 24 hours I ended up with 1391 images on each camera. I retested these by putting the sensitivity down to medium. They improved but I still ended up with about 20 pictures and videos of a dead still forest with no clue as to what triggered them. I think I could have gotten the sensitivity to work as needed but the biggest problem I ran into was that the audio on all three had a consistent clicking sound in addition to being muffled. I tried downloading the newest firmware but that didn’t seem to make any difference.Victure: I don’t see these on Amazon anymore so it’s probably not worth mentioning, though these had rave reviews in 2020. The sensitivity on this is a little low but overall it works as expected, and I’ve gotten some great clear videos of deer and racoon. The biggest issue I have with my Victure is that the IR range at night seems to be weak. Any movement beyond 25 feet at night is so poorly lit that you can’t tell what you’re looking at. It’s the perfect camera for tracking Bigfoot, as you’ll get all the blurry ghostly night images you could hope for.
Allyse W. Lande –
The company contacted me and offered me a replacement camera. The new camera is working fine, so far. I’ve upgraded my rating to reflect this. The camera takes good video and photos and has night vision. Hoping this camera will last past 3 months. So far so good!Original Review:At first the camera worked almost too well – it was taking thousands of pictures, triggered by even the slightest movement. (Which unfortunately included the leaves on the tree it’s mounted to.) After a few adjustments, it started capturing most stuff we wanted. Then after a couple of weeks, the number of images started to drop. I noticed it didn’t pick up expected images of when we pass by it. It didn’t even pick up my approach to change the SD card. Batteries are good, so I set the sensitivity back up to the highest setting. Checked back in 48 hours. It took a few images after being turned on and then nothing. Not sure what’s wrong but I can’t fix it.
“Bought these at the end of May, one is dead as of first week in September. Dont waste your money!” This was my original review. A pleasant surprise was when Wosports emailed me and asked if they could send another camera. The new one is working fine so far. I’m giving it 4 out of 5 until I know it’s going to last longer than the last one. Mary (which I’m sure isn’t her real name) gave me excellent customer service!
Bow hunter guy –
Put this on a tree in June and checked in September. Battery was almost dead, but my photos were good, even at night. Had a full sd card when checked. Kinda nice to be able to see the photos from the built in screen. Controls were difficult to figure out after loosing the manual tho.
Davina Wood –
The cons I’ve found with this camera:1. The trigger distance doesn’t seem as far as my old Moultrie AC-30.2. It got unhappy in <20°F and started shooting shorter videos - 5 sec instead of 30 sec4. The lens cover or whatever springs when the camera is triggered is pretty loud; doesn't seem to concern my wildlife though.Pros:1. Battery life is great2. Video is great3. Sound is great4. I really like ability to preview the camera aim.
As my first and only trail camera, it had great photos and videos picking up animals, people, and vehicles. Picture quality was well above expectations and clearly showed the make, model, and license plates of vehicles(15-20 feet away). Held up to weather great and never changed the batteries after nearly 10,000 photos. The batteries were still good, however, I lost a turf war to a squirrel. After chewing a hole in the camera, heavy rain got in and it eventually failed. No fault of the camera and hope to get another one soon!
Richard holland –
draw backs — 1) requires 8 batteries, several other units i have can run on 4 (or) 8 2) battery tray requires a push button that pops the tray out – simular to the old 8 track tape recorders – a recipe for future failure ———— positives — 1) good heft for stability 2) simple set up 3) a big plus — a 32 gb card comes with the camera
John Far Away –
For the price point it’s exactly what I wanted in a trail cam. Vids look great, I don’t use the photo function.Inexpensive, no transmission, straightforward cam.