Stealth Cam G30 Review
Ease Of Use
Perfect for beginners.
Batteries & External Power Jack
Decent Image Quality
Lacks the features of a High End Model
Stealth Cam G30 Specs
- Megapixels: 8, 4, 2
- Trigger Speed: 0.75 Seconds
- Recover Speed: 5-10 seconds
- Detection Range: 80ft
- Batteries: 8AA w/12v power jack
- Video: HD from 5-180 seconds w/audio
- Memory Card: SD up to 32gb
- Burst-Shot: 1-9 images
- Geo-tag GPS Tracking
- Secure Lock Password Protection
Picture and Video Quality
As you'd expect with the lower priced trail camera the images that you get will work but are not the same quality as a higher end model. You are able to set the megapixel number between 8, 4 and 2 megapixels.
With the G30 your best bet is to stick with the 8mp setting. You'll fill up your memory card faster but you will get a more workable image. The clarity is just not there with the lower settings.
A lot of users have stated that the video quality is decent as well and a nice touch for a trail camera at this price point.
- Detection Range: 80 ft
- Trigger Speed: 0.75 seconds
- Recovery Speed: 5-10 seconds
The detection range you'll get out of the G30 is 80ft. This is very decent for a game camera under $100. Stealth Cam uses their Multi-zone detection feature which uses multiple zones of angle and distance to help maximize the accuracy of triggering and help avoid false triggers.
The Trigger Speed of the Stealth Cam G30 is an astonishing 0.75 seconds! I actually can't believe that Stealth got the trigger speed so low in this model. I guess it is a testament to the Stealth Cam brand as well as the market in general normalizing this feature.
The Recovery Speed is very decent at 5-10 seconds. Many users have stated different numbers for recovery speed and that's what accounts for the wide range. At the same time, 5-10 seconds is a very respectable number.