Tactacam Raises the Bar with Third Generation Cellular Cameras

posted on July 1, 2024
Tactacam Reveal Trail Cameras Lede

As many of my readers already know, I have used Tactacam trail cameras and video cameras for many years. I do this for good reason—I believe they are the best tools for doing these jobs. The Reveal XPro Series has served me well, but now Tactacam has improved on even this design.

Launching both the Reveal X 3.0 and the Reveal Pro 3.0 this summer, Tactacam has once again raised the bar in the field of trail cameras. Tactacam has led the industry in cellular camera design. With these new introductions of third-generation cameras, the company will continue to provide best-in-class technology and reliability in their extremely easy-to-use formats.

Both new cameras have completely redesigned shells. These improvements, like so many more, were prompted by customer feedback. The first thing I noticed was the improved antenna design. The antennae on both of the new cameras are now built in. This new antenna design has extra mobility to make it more resistant to wind and animals.

Tactacam Reveal Trail Camera Image

Some more good news is that you no longer have to install a SIM card. These new Tactacam models have pre-installed SIM cards.  They also have auto carrier connectivity. When you turn these cameras on, they will automatically scan the area for available networks and automatically connect to the strongest connection, making them even more reliable.

You can still use your own SD cards; however, the cameras do boast 8MB of internal storage. This makes using your own SD card completely optional. These cameras also have GPS capabilities to give you more security when your cameras are deployed.

As you might expect from Tactacam, these two new cameras will provide you with improved image and video quality along with improved delivery speed. The X 3.0 and the Pro 3.0 bring all the great features of the X Pro, but in a better, more technologically advanced package.

Tactacam Reveal Trail Camera Image 2

Both new offerings have the No Glow Infrared System. The screen in Pro 3.0 is the same size as in the X Pro, however, it is of improved quality. It also has the ability to do over-the-air image firmware updates and, as I mentioned earlier, auto carrier connectivity. You also have the option to select on-demand videos of up to 30 seconds. The X 3.0 has a larger screen and 96-foot range at night for high quality HD photos.

So, it’s pretty easy to see that Tactacam has been hard at work putting the latest technology at the fingertips of hunters, and at a great price point. I love my new X 3.0 and the images I am getting are absolutely amazing. Do yourself a favor and get yours ordered now. If you do not hunt, one of these Tactacams for Father’s Day, Christmas, a birthday or an anniversary could make the hunter in your life very happy. For more information, visit tactacam.comMSRP: $124.99-$154.99


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