When choosing a trail camera, features are always a big selling point. Most owners can recite the megapixel resolution, trigger speed, flash range, and more of their cameras because those specs had a role in their purchase decision. But perhaps even more important than knowing those numbers is having an understanding of which cameras work best for specific needs. There are different cameras for different requirements. By playing to the strengths of your cameras, you can maximize your knowledge of the game activity on your land. One way to do that is to experiment season after season. Most hunters would prefer to get past that learning curve as quickly as possible. If you’re one of them, we strongly suggest watching this video. It’s less than eight minutes long, but there are some solid principles and a lot of practical experience that went into its creation. The accompanying article is well worth investing a few minutes to read as well.  Click here to learn more.