The new Wildview 8.0 MP version, probably the easiest game camera to use, has some additional features that make it a contender in the $100 class. An additional 11 IR emitters (bulbs) give the TGLX8IR a total of 35 IR bulbs for an extended flash range of about 50 feet. IR range control allows you to adjust the IR flash brightness which can directly affect battery life. A new case design helps the cosmetic appeal of the new TGL scouting camera.
6/20 The Wildview TGL8IR has a poor battery life and PIR detection, capturing only about 20% of the possible pictures. For now we are putting this camera on the shelf.
See the Pictures of the Wildview TGLX8IR.
All cameras are placed in their respective “class” based on price. This way, we are not comparing a $100 game camera with a $300 one. We took the most common features and compared them to other cameras in its same class, then we ranked the cameras based on best value or ‘best in class’ for each price range.
Results: Class $100 $150 $200 $250 $300 (to see full results, click on results link)