A trail camera, also known as a game camera or wildlife camera, is a type of camera that is used to remotely capture photos or video of wildlife. These cameras are often used by hunters, wildlife enthusiasts, and researchers to monitor the movement and behavior of animals in a specific area. Trail cameras are typically placed in outdoor locations and are triggered to take photos or videos by motion sensors or heat detectors. They are often used to capture images of animals that are active at night, as they are equipped with infrared flash technology that allows them to take clear photos or videos in low-light conditions. Some trail cameras also have the ability to transmit images wirelessly, allowing users to view the photos or videos remotely.
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