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Wildview STC-TGL1 VGA Wild View Digital Scouting Camera

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  • LCD display screen, low battery indicator, power switch and four time out settings.
  • SD memory card slot accepts up to 512MB SD card
  • Plug-&-Play-Compatible With Windows 2000/Me/Xp, USB output for PC download
  • Precision glass lens, wide angle coverage, single frame image
  • Weather resistant
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 32.4 x 16.5 x 7.6 cm ; 907 g
  • Shipping Weight: 544 g
  • Item model number: STC-TGL1
  • ASIN: B000AA496Q
  • Date first available at June 18 2012
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Product Description

We know its all about the hunt - the preparation, the anticipation, the exhilaration of finally harvesting that elusive buck. At Stealth Cam, we're hunters as well and know the importance of having the most reliable tools in the field. With the newest cutting edge design, easy set-up and multiple patented features, Stealth Cam countiues to raise the bar in the game scouting area. Scouting cameras are engineered to get you the first shot, so you can make the last one!

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 2.4 out of 5 stars 7 reviews
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not bad for the price but a little more money will get you more. Aug. 14 2006
By Terry Chance - Published on
I have both the Wildview and the Wildview II. Both have functioned flawlessly.

The Wildview is okay for the price that I paid. I have tried different brands of 35mm game/trail cameras with almost no success. They either did not wind correctly or did not rewind as indicated, thereby exposing the film. Then you toss in the cost of film and development just to see a what kind or how many deer are in an area, it gets very expensive. With the digital Wildview I have never had a problem with battery life or function of the camera. I can take hundreds of digital pictures for a couple of dollars in batteries. I would spend hundreds of dollars for the same amount of pictures on a 35mm game cam that may or may not even come out.

There are two main problems with the Wildview. First is the resolution. It does not take the best pictures in the world but I use it for a deer cam and it fills the need. I can easily see how big the deer are and count points on a buck. I do not take the pictures to keep and only to scout. For that purpose, the Wildview is okay. If that is what you are looking for it is worth the small price. If you are looking for a high quality camera to have some really nice wild shots of game, don't even bother with this one as you will be very disappointed.

The second problem is that it does not have the date and time stamp on it. The Wildview II that I bought later does and also has a much nicer picture quality. As I stated earlier, I deer hunt and the time of day and phase of the moon are important to me. Without the time and date, I have no way of judging when the game is moving in my area.

The bottom line:

If you just want to see what is coming across a trail or lurking near a feeder with no intent of keeping the pictures, this camera will do for a very small price. I have left mine out for a month with a 256MB SD card and had literally hundreds of pics on it. If you want a high quality game cam or the time and date stamp on it, by all means look elsewhere.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Works very well - would buy again Jan. 11 2007
By Thomas - Published on
I set this camera in our back field near a game trail, and after two days had nothing. So I set out some deer corn as well. 81 photos of deer. I have had the camera three weeks now, since Christmas and have gotten pictures of deer, raccoon and fox. The motion sensor was sensitive enough to be set off by a blue jay. It is a great camera.

However, it is not exactly plug and play. There is no viewhole to know what the camera will take, so you should set it up and do a couple of test shots to make sure it is centered right. You don't want to get three days of pictures only to find you had it aimed too low and all you have is deer feet. It has acted oddly when you can ge to a new card and last night (it was 20 degrees out) it got stuck in test mode until I reset it three times. Finally, the photos are .3 megapixel. In today's world that is hard to adjust to. The good news is you will definitely see a deer or raccoon, but you won't get anything like the detail you'd get with your 5 megapixel pocket camera.

Focus is fixed, another reason test shots are good. The batteries lasted for several days. This camera is supposed to be used by parks and things to see what uses their trails, or by consumers to see what is raiding their garbage cans, not to win photo awards. Oh, and there is no time stamp which is a shame - you can't use it to see what time your daughter actually drove back from that party. Or to know what time the raccoon knocked over your trash. For these caveats I only give it 4 stars, but I love it and it certainly does everything it is supposed to do.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars ok, but the next version is better July 26 2007
By Laura Wilson - Published on
it gets the job done, but 0.3MP isn't good picture quality. The biggest gripe I have is that there is no time/date stamp.
5.0 out of 5 stars Although they are limited, this is still a good camera March 22 2016
By Linda Steinkamp - Published on
I have had about three of these cameras in the past. One the back busted out while I was trying to use a bungee cord to tie it the tree. One, I gave to a friend. As far as I know it still works. The third one, I still have and still use today. The camera does have its limitations though. For instance, the batteries only lasts about a week. The resolution is not the best. That means if you try to zoom in you will start to see the pixels(particles of the image). But you can zoom in a little bit. Next, it only takes one picture at a time. Lastly their is no time and date stamp. Good points are easy use, somewhat reliable, cheap, small, and the color blends well with environment.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not a very good deal Oct. 31 2007
By Daniel Sprague - Published on
I bought a TGL-1 and TGL-2M on a friends advice. I can live with the camera being slow when taking pictures. But having to replace the batteries every 2 weeks after taking at the most 100 pictures on each camera got old very fast. They are both sitting in the closet. I'm not interested in spending another $60 to see if their 12 volt battery works any better..