Bushnell Introduces New Impulse Cellular Trail Camera

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posted on January 16, 2018
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Bushnell has introduced its new Impulse Cellular Trail Camera, which the company says delivers the fastest image recovery and transmission of any cellular trail camera on the market. With the ability to access high-definition images and live video from your smartphone, scouting from afar is now easier than ever.

The Impulse Cellular features 20 MP HD images and true 1080p HD video, one second image recovery and “no-glow” flash that reaches up to 100 feet. It also has the ability to sort images by weather and wind data, and includes GPS anti-theft alerts—if the camera is moved, you are immediately notified and everything is deactivated but the GPS.

“The new Impulse makes it faster than ever to get connected with easy setup to any smartphone and any provider, with no contract,” said Jacob Thomason, Bushnell Trail Camera category Product Manager. “Ultra-fast dual processors work simultaneously to take a picture per second versus the 1-per-minute offered by competitor cameras. This means you get more images of each animal. And it’s loaded with smarter features—like the ability to sort photos by weather and wind data, GPS anti-theft alerts, and live camera views from a smartphone.”

The Impulse Cellular is available with AT&T and Verizon options, allowing hunters to choose whichever offers the best coverage in their area, but either option will deliver the trail camera content to devices using any cellular provider. Plans start at $9.99 per month with your first 30 days free, and no contract is required.

With an MSRP of $299, the Impulse Cellular operates for six months on 12 AA batteries, is solar panel compatible and accepts up to a 32GB SD card.

For more information, go to bushnell.com.

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