Spypoint Force-Pro trail camera review

Record 4K clips and 30 MP stills of wildlife both night and day with this high quality trail camera

Spypoint Force-Pro behind the scenes
(Image: © George Cairns)

Digital Camera World Verdict

The Spypoint Force-Pro is relatively expensive but it does enable you to capture great-looking footage at a whopping 4K resolution (or 30 MP stills). Its basic LCD menu is easy to use and you can set it up in minutes to record animal action all day and night. It lacks the solar panel of the similarly priced Solar Dark but the quality of its clips is superior to that trail camera.


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    Easy to set up and deploy

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    4K color and mono footage

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    30 MP stills

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    Records audio


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    Slow to trigger recording at night

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Spypoint is a major manufacturer of trail cameras and the Force-Pro is just one member of a larger family. Motion-sensitive trail cameras such as the Spypoint Force-Pro are designed to let users capture video and photographic evidence of animal activity to detect their whereabouts.

The Spypoint Force-Pro trail camera is similar in build to the cheaper Spypoint Force-20, but as its name and heftier price suggest it packs more of a professional punch than its sibling when it comes to recording clips and stills of animals visiting your garden. The Force-20 can only capture small 720 HD clips whereas the Force-Pro records much larger 4K resolution footage. 4K clips are useful as you can choose the best frame of action and export it as a high-quality image using apps such as Final Cut Pro or Premiere Pro. 

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George Cairns

George has been freelancing as a photo fixing and creative tutorial writer since 2002, working for award winning titles such as Digital Camera, PhotoPlus, N-Photo and Practical Photoshop. He's expert in communicating the ins and outs of Photoshop and Lightroom, as well as producing video production tutorials on Final Cut Pro and iMovie for magazines such as iCreate and Mac Format. He also produces regular and exclusive Photoshop CC tutorials for his YouTube channel.