August 17, 2021
By Dr. Todd A. Kuhn
Cellular trail cameras have improved exponentially in recent seasons, Their first iterations had bulky external modems and it was rare to find a place you wanted to hang one where the cell signal wasn’t horrid. Today’s remote trail cameras, on the other hand, are tremendously reliable scouting tools.
One such camera is the new Stealth Cam Reactor. The 26-megapixel unit has a trigger speed of .4 second along with a 100-foot NoGlo infrared detection range. That’s both fast and far, meaning images of deer, predators or other wildlife won’t be missed.
The Reactor utilizes both AT&T and Verizon wireless plans and is easy to set up with a quick scan of a QR code. It runs on eight AA batteries and has an external power jack for the SOL-PAK external solar battery pack (sold separately).
A burst mode captures up to nine images per trigger, with two image resolutions (1920x1080 and 1280x720) and 1080 video at 30 frames per second.
- Cellular Providers: At&T, Verizon
- Flash Range: 100 feet
- Flash Type: No Glo
- Megapixels: 26 MP
- Trigger Speed: Less than .4 seconds
- Records 1080P Video at 30FPS
- High (1920×1080) and Low (1280×720) Upload Resolutions
- "No Glare" Matte PIR and IR Array
- Utilizes COMMAND App
- Quick Scan QR Code Set up
- 42pcs 940nm LEDs
- 100Ft Detection & IR Range
- Burst Mode 1-9 images per triggering
- 1 – 59 sec / 1- 59 min recovery time
- Time / Date / Moon Phase / Camera Name
- SD Card slot up to 32GB
- Operates on 8 AA batteries
- Video Resolutions (1080/720)
- External power jack for SOLPAK solar battery back (Sold Separately, highly recommended)