Spy Point Live 3G Review
The Spy Point Live 3G is one of the advanced trail cameras available on the market today. With this model, you will be able to remotely access it through the Internet. You do not need to go through the hassle of going to the area and fetching your camera in order to access your photos.
When you are connected to the Internet, you will be able to retrieve your pictures from the camera and adjust the settings even while you are miles away. You can already get any information and file you need from your camera with just a few clicks and taps from your smartphone, tablet or laptop.
One great thing about this camera is that you will be kept updated with the activities of your camera. You will receive alerts when there is a new photo taken, when the battery is low, or when the camera is moved from its location. With this, you will know when you need to physically go to the area.
This model is equipped with a 5 MP camera resolution, giving you high quality daytime-photos. It has 48 LEDs which provides excellent night time visibility. The night photos are good enough, a normal for an average trail camera.
The Spypoint live cellular trail camera lets you choose from different modes like time lapse and multi-shot camera. It will also allow you to take up to 90 seconds of video. However, you need to select between photo and video mode as it is not able to take both simultaneously.
This camera is an excellent option for security and surveillance purposes. It is very convenient and practical on your part as you no longer need to keep on going to the camera’s location to get your photos. Now, you are kept informed of the happenings in your area as you have access to the camera anytime and anywhere you are.
A downside of the Spy Point Live 3G is the price. It may be a bit expensive for its range. There are other better options in the market that have more or less the same features as this camera with a more affordable cost. While it may certainly have good features, it may not be worth the money you spend on it. Unless you need a cellular transmission, you may be better off with a standard trail camera.
- 5 mp resolution
- control camera from anywhere you have Internet access
- 3.5 inch viewing screen
- will send alerts when new pictures are taken
- 48 Infrared LED flash
- Video option up to 90 seconds
- Stand a lone, cellular and security modes
- Solid detection zone
- Have to choose between picture OR video
- Battery life is very short, should consider solar panel option
- Difficult initial set up
- Casing feels flimsy for the money
- Large/bulky camera