Stealth Cam Launches Enhanced App for Cell Cams

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posted on June 2, 2021
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Stealth Cam has launched its all-new Command Pro App for 2021. This new app provides integration for wireless camera operation and image/video management for Stealth Cam.

Retooled and refreshed for 2021, the Command Pro App is supported by a robust server platform for improved performance and reliability. These features include:

High-resolution HD downloadsAvailable through all the new 2021 camera models (DS4KTM, Reactor, Fusion X, Morph, Merge, Manifest 2.0, Relay, Trail-Tek).

Video Mode w/ PreviewsFor 2021 video-enabled cameras, the Command Pro app shows a three-frame preview of the recorded video, before you chose to download the full clip.

Night ColorizationTurn black and white images into color on demand with Command Pro’s AI-powered technology.

Tagging options and filtersThis option makes it possible to organize and recall individual animals and select filter parameters to identify and sort game patterns, time frame, and environmental conditions. In short, the new filtering and tagging functions can help you pattern your biggest target animals.

Global GalleryThis feature integrates images, videos, and video previews from all 2020 and 2021 Stealth Cam, Muddy & Wildview cellular cameras into a single gallery. These are stored chronologically by date and time. By leveraging the new filter and tagging options, the Global Gallery offers territory-wide activity monitoring.

Already a Stealth Cam Command user? Your app and cameras will continue to work. To experience the new features or add new cameras, you will need to update your old Command App by visiting the App or Google Play Stores, search for Stealth Cam Command Pro, and press update. The update will keep your current cameras, settings, and photos without the need to re-add or reset them.

For more information on the Command Pro App visit stealthcam.com.

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