Simmons Whitetail Classic 10 MP Game Camera
Whitetail Classic 10 MP Game Camera
The Whitetail classic from Simmons is built for simple performance. With trigger speed of 1 seconds and ultra-crisp 10MP Images, this camera has the features of other cameras costing much more. The setup menu gives you all of the options you need, yet is very simple to set up. Low glow Infrared flash has a range of up to 70 feet and delivers premium night photos. With up to 9 months of battery life on a single set of 8 AA batteries you can get through an entire hunting season on a single set of batteries. Whether you are patterning a big Whitetail Buck or just watching what is going on in the back yard, the Whitetail classic from Simmons is up to the task.
- 1 second trigger speed
- 10MP images
- Infrared flash - 70 ft range
- Extended battery life - up to 9 months
Ratings & Reviews
Awesome camera for the price!
I'm honestly very impressed with thesee cameras for the price,there easy to use,great picture for 10mp. I usually use browning but for the price of 1 I got 3,and it shows me what I need to know just as good honestly. If your wanting a multi camera setup for your farm,its a great way to go and it's not break iui ng the bank.
Quality matches the price, but that’s ok!
by Cody -
You get what you pay for with these cameras, understand that when you purchase. Videos come out glitchy on all of 5 of these cameras that I purchased, photos are good enough to tell you what you’re looking at - not super high quality but does the job. With that being said, these are still a good value if you’re after something that does the bare minimum trail camera job on a budget.
Simmons Whitetail Classic Cam - NO SECURITY AT ALL
by MARVIN -
I recently purchased 5 of these cameras to try. While I have just recently placed them (pretty far from my home), so I'm not sure what I think of their quality yet, I can tell you one thing that I really am not very happy about. There is absolutely no way to lock them without putting them in a security box. There are not holes on the back where you can run a security cable, and there is no way to even put a padlock on it to prevent card/battery theft. That wouldn't provide a lot of security, but it would keep honest people honest. These might be fine for your private land (?), but you will likely have them stolen on public land, unless you can somehow find or make a security box that will fit it. In that case, the cost would likely be more than the camera. Might as well spend a few dollars more and get an inexpensive camera that at least allows you to lock up the security card and hopefully run a cable through it.
Watching for turkey
by Roger -
Great pictures. First camera ever owned, thought it be fun for grandkids and me to check our hunting holes. The buckle broke first time used but camera is great for price.