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Trail camera Black Friday deals – save up to $150 on camera traps!

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Looking for trail camera Black Friday deals? Amazon has some serious savings that slash up to $150 off these camera traps! We've seen some brilliant Black Friday camera deals (opens in new tab) in the last few days, but if you're a nature watcher or wildlife photographer then these offers might prove irresistible… 

We have updated our list of options to ensure each is still (at the time of writing) are in stock and still at a reduced price.

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SPYPOINT Link-Micro-LTE: $109.99 (was $129.99) (opens in new tab)
Save $20
One of our favorite cellular trail cameras for those wanting remote viewing on a budget. This offers a 10MP stills capability. This pack comes with the essential 8x AA batteries and micro SD card to get you going - and you can buy the SIM and cellular coverage direct from Spypoint.

Creative XP 4G Trail Camera + SIM card + SD card: $299.99 (was $450)
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Save $150.01 This 1080p camera can be battery or solar-powered, comes with a 32GB SD card and a 4G LTE Plus SIM card compatible with AT&T or T-Mobile (Rogers for CA).

Covert WC LTE Cellular Trail Camera: $215.61 (was $299.99) (opens in new tab)
Save $84.38
Available in Verizon or AT&T options, this 1080p 32MP camera trap boasts a 10-shot burst mode and 44 No Glow LEDs for invisible infrared flash.

Vikeri E2 Trail Camera: $67.99 (was $89.99) (opens in new tab)
Save $22
This 120° wide-angle trail camera captures 1080p footage with its 16MP sensor, fast 0.2-second trigger speed and 48 No Glow infrared LEDs.

Trail cameras enable you to capture images of wild animals without being anywhere near them! Also known as camera traps, trail cameras can be placed in wild environments and left to be triggered via motion or heat detection the moment an animal crosses close by.  

There are lots of reasons you might use a trail camera. Some wildlife is simply too cautious or skittish for a photographer to get anywhere near. They also enable you to capture images of animals that are exclusively active at antisocial hours, or get a glimpse of how animals behave when there are no humans about. 

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The editor of Digital Camera World, James has 21 years experience as a magazine and web journalist and started working in the photographic industry in 2014 (as an assistant to Damian McGillicuddy, who succeeded David Bailey as Principal Photographer for Olympus). In this time he shot for clients as diverse as Aston Martin Racing, Elinchrom and L'Oréal, in addition to shooting campaigns and product testing for Olympus, and providing training for professionals. This has led him to being a go-to expert for camera and lens reviews, photographic and lighting tutorials, as well as industry analysis, news and rumors for publications such as Digital Camera Magazine (opens in new tab)PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine (opens in new tab)N-Photo: The Nikon Magazine (opens in new tab)Digital Photographer (opens in new tab) and Professional Imagemaker, as well as hosting workshops and demonstrations at The Photography Show (opens in new tab). An Olympus and Canon shooter, he has a wealth of knowledge on cameras of all makes – and a fondness for vintage lenses and instant cameras.