✅ TOP 5: Best Trail Camera 2020

✅ TOP 5: Best Trail Camera 2020


Are you looking for the best trail camera? In this video, we will top trail cameras on
the market. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best trail cameras, we have included links in the description for each product mentioned,
so make sure you check those out. Starting off at number 1 we have the Campark
Trail Camera. If you are willing to pay a bit more and value
the quality and range of the videos and images taken, then the Campark T45 Trail Camera is
a good choice. It offers a few features that are superior
to the less expensive trail cameras out there, which can prove to be quite beneficial when
trying to get a complete picture of where your deer and other game are moving. However, there are a few things it could do
better. First of all, its 120˚ wide-angle lens gives
you a wider range of detection than some other cameras, so that deer you’ve been tracking
doesn’t slip from view. It also has a range of about 65 feet which
is quite good, although the quality does start to slip anywhere past 60 feet. The Campark T45 also has multiple recording
settings, so you can set it to record both videos and photos, only videos, or only photos. When it comes to recording videos, you can
choose the length you’d like, between 5 seconds and 10 minutes. Just be aware that the longer the video length,
the quicker the battery will drain. Another nice feature on this camera is the
night vision. The quality is super high and not grainy due
to the 42-piece low-flash infrared LED. Since it’s very low flash, it won’t startle
away any animals: good if you’re tracking wildlife, but maybe not so good if you’re
trying to catch the raccoon that keeps going through your trash at night. With a trigger speed of 0.3 seconds, you’re
getting just about what you’re paying for with the Campark T45. Most trail cams vary between 0.5 seconds (for
the cheaper ones) to 0.1 seconds (for the most expensive). Unless you’re trying for high-quality photos
of cheetahs mid-sprint, a 0.3-second trigger speed will be fine. At number 2 we have the Victure Trail Camera. The Victure Trail Game camera is a lightweight,
high-resolution game camera that can function as an effective tool for tracking game like
deer or elk, and getting a useful sense of you game’s long-term movements. It also can serve as an inexpensive yet effective
surveillance camera for your home or business. Of the most popular game cameras on the market,
the Victure game camera is one of the least expensive. Despite its low cost though, it offers a resolution
on par or better than most of the others, at 1080p. This definitely comes in handy for identifying
game through dense vegetation and getting a clear picture of what you’re looking at. Moreover, the camera has a black and white
night vision mode, which is more discreet and offers clearer image resolution during
the night than a lot of other cameras on the market. Some similar cameras use infrared LED flash
technology that will scare away any game or make it obvious that your camera is where
it is. Other cameras can take blurry images or videos
at night. Victure has neither of these problems. It also has a waterproof and drop-resistant
housing, making it more than durable enough to withstand prolonged exposure to the elements
necessary to track game or keep tabs on the outside of your home. Many other cameras out there don’t have
the drop-resistant feature, so it’s something to keep in mind. The camera also features a 2.4-inch LCD screen,
which allows you to view any photos or videos that you capture directly without the need
to take out the SD card and upload them. Very useful if you’re out hunting and you’re
near the camera, and you catch a glimpse of something you’re not sure about and need
to double-check. With a trigger speed of 0.5 seconds, the Victure
game camera is not the fastest out there, but its speed is effective enough to capture
just about any image. At number 3 we have the Apeman Trail Camera. The Apeman H55 comes at around a mid-range
price offered by most retailers. This price is a bit high, as it claims to
be an entry-level trail camera, and there are some more affordable options out there
that also claim this. However, it does offer superior image quality,
at 16 MP, then some other entry-level options. This camera has a test mode, so you can calibrate
it beforehand to make sure you’re capturing the correct area and distance. It also features 1080p video quality and 16-megapixel
photo quality that you can reduce in order to save space on the memory card. It does not come with a memory card or batteries,
unfortunately, but then again, not many entry-level cameras at this price do. It supports up to a 32GB SD memory card, so
also be aware that if you keep the card in too long and the video/images taken surpass
this limit, you will lose some of your pictures and/or videos. The no-glow infrared LED lights make sure
there’s no flash or sound that will scare away animals at night, however, there have
been some complaints that the night vision quality is grainy or has high contrast. The night vision distance can range from 15-20
ft, which isn’t great compared to some more expensive cameras, but for an entry-level
camera like this one, it should get the job done. The 2-inch LCD screen allows you to view your
photos and videos directly on the camera without having to plug it into your computer. The menu options on the screen are also quite
user-friendly, and you can scroll through them to choose your settings. The Apeman also features a password protected
lock, which ensures that nobody else will have access to your photos and videos if the
camera is stolen. And for our final pick at number 4 we have
the Meidase Trail Camera. The Meidase 16MP trail camera features a user-friendly
TV-style remote that allows you to toggle easily between settings to choose the best
ones for your purposes. The 2.4-inch LCD color screen lets you see
your pictures and videos right from the device without having to plug it into your computer,
and the setup is quick and easy. All the photos and videos are imprinted with
a timestamp, temperature reading, date, and moon phase, so you will know exactly when
each photo or video was taken and the conditions they were taken in. This allows you to adjust the settings and
maximize the quality of your photos, day or night. It has many different modes of operation as
well. You can choose between three live working
modes: photo only, video only, or both. Also, you can select the amount of time between
photos, which is especially useful if you live somewhere with lots of movement and don’t
want to fill up the memory card with unnecessary images. It also features time-lapse and loop recording,
as well as a timer you can adjust so it only records/takes photos during specific time-frames. It has great motion detection performance,
with high, medium and low sensitivities which will affect battery life and contrast, as
well as a 0.2-second trigger speed, which is nearly as fast as you can get. It’s 120-degree wide-angle lens enables
this fast trigger speed, and also makes sure you’re maximizing your range of viewing. The night vision also features a no-glow infrared
lens that is good up to 65 feet, and will not make a sound or flash that will scare
away the deer in your backyard. The quality of the night vision is crisp and
clear, although taking too many night vision photos/videos will fill up the memory card
quickly and drain the battery. As far as the casing, there have been some
mixed reviews here. The casing is marketed as an IP66 casing,
which makes it one of the stronger, most water-tight options out there. However, there have been reports of water
damage to the lens and aperture. So that sums up the top trail camera options. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
and if you’re new here hit that subscribe button. Until next time have a great day.

Our Big Bear Family


JIM KOWALCZIK: We’re one big bear family! JIM KOWALCZIK: Our bear family is like every other family and stuff, you love them to
death, but there’s other times they drive you nuts, right? COMM: Jim and Susan run a centre for orphaned wildlife in Otisville, New York. SUSAN KOWALCZIK: I’m there every day, but he is the one that walks in the door and everybody
lights up. You know and it’s kind of funny, because they just love him to death. SUSAN KOWALCZIK: Come on, go inside or get out of the way! And I’m the one that does
all the work and he just has to walk in the door. COMM: This is Jimmy, a 21-year-old Kodiak bear rescued from a closing wildlife park.
He’s just one of the eleven bears that lives with them. JIM KOWALCZIK: They’ll knock you around a little bit and stuff, nothing, you know,
not maliciously, you know, but you gotta watch you don’t get scratched or poked in the
eye or something. Hey! You know better than that, what’re you doing? It’s all right. They could kill you, you know. He’d just have to hit you on time. COMM: Kodiak bears are one of the largest species in the world. SUSAN KOWALCZIK: He’s about 1400lbs and if he stood up on you on his hind legs, he’d
probably be about 9 feet tall. JIM KOWALCZIK: Think the strongest person you know or whatever and you can magnify that
by a thousand times. Yeah, he’s big! I mean, a small bear will kick your butt and he’s
got so much strength, all he would have to do is lay on you. SUSAN KOWALCIZK: He’s like them, he’s like a bear. He has no, no fear of them, it’s
really amazing! JIM KOWALCZIK: We’ve had Jimmy for 21 years now, got him as a little cub and he’s been
with us his whole life. COMM: Taking care of bears throughout their lives means that Jim and Susan develop deep
bonds with the animals. Interviewer: It’s actually the same as somebody who is mourning their child. Susan: Yeah, it’s, you know, it’s the same thing. You spend a lot of time with them, we care so much for them. We lost 4 altogether so far here. Jim: Would be just like burying one of your family members. I can’t do this! COMM: Back at the centre, it’s lunchtime. COMM: In the wild, these bears need to eat up to 90lbs of food every day. Everything
from baby elks to spawning salmon, berries and plants. JIM KOWALCZIK: You guys ready to eat? COMM: And here the bears enjoy a daily diet of meat, grains, breads, fruit and veg, with
the occasional marshmallow treat. JIM KOWALCZIK: These bears once in a while, they’re always looking for food, they really
don’t want for anything other than attention. COMM: One of the other bears at the centre is Jenny. SUSAN KOWALCIZK: When the bears are little and they’re with their mother, after they
drink their milk, they’ll suckle on her for a time and they, they make this little
noise that you hear. She just never grew up, she still does this. She looks at me as if
I’m her mother. When she gets to the pinky, she likes to just bite down on that pinky.
I love being around her and I’m happy that she feels that way about me still after all
these years. Oh peanuts? All right, I have some peanuts. SUSAN KOWALCIZK: It’s all a wonderful thing to watch them grow up and, and to have them
from very little and, and to make an impression on them.
JIM KOWALCIZIK: They’re like your children, that’s how much you love them. And they
give a lot back to you too, you know they, they love you just as much. Sometimes you
take it for granted, but it is a special relationship. SUSAN KOWALCZIK: Yeah, the bears are everything to me. I, I would do anything for them. I
spend all day with them every day. JIM KOWALCIZK: This is our life and we’re one big bear family!

✅ TOP 5: Best Camera For YouTube 2020

✅ TOP 5: Best Camera For YouTube 2020


Are you looking for the best camera for youtube? In this video, we will breakdown the top cameras
for youtube on the market. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best cameras for youtube, we have included links in the description for each product
mentioned, so make sure you check those out. Starting off at number 1 we have the Canon
G7 X Mark II. Unlike the EOS series, the G7X is very handy
and is the best Vlogging camera in the video. Its Handycam reminiscent design makes it really
compact and easy to handle. The camera body is made up of metal that feels
really sturdy and has a matte finish on top. The body also has some grip that makes them
fit perfectly and makes sure the camera doesn’t slip out of your hand. You get a total of 4 rotatory dials on the
camera. One is a mode dial, under which you will see
an exposure compensation dial. Then there is a ring/dial around the lens
that could be used to control various functions, and then there is the last dial on the backplate. The G7X Mark II can record up to 8 frames
per second at continuous shooting, which is better than the EOS 80D. The ability to record videos at 8 frames per
second helps capture fast-moving objects easily whether you are shooting wildlife, fast action
like sports or any other quick motion content. As compared to G7, G7 Mark II comes with good
improvement in terms of autofocus. Under autofocus options, you get to select
between two options: Servo AF and Oneshot. You can also set the focus manually from the
3.0-inch LCD touch screen. The camera also comes with the Canon HS system
which helps in capturing bright and beautiful videos. Adding to this the 4.2x, f/1.8– f/2.8 Optical
Zoom Lens, you now get to maximize the content in your frame with swift precision. The camera can record up to 1080p full HD
videos at 60 frames per second. The 4K video is not supported, and that’s
actually not needed in a point and shoot camera. In case you need 4K in a point and shoot camera,
do check out the Panasonic Lumix Fz80 on our list. You do get built-in NFC and Wi-Fi allowing
you to share videos seamlessly, as well as control the camera remotely through your mobile
phone. At number 2 we have the Panasonic Lumix FZ80. The Lumix FZ80 is by far the best 4K camera
for amateur YouTubers or any individual looking for a camera on a budget partially due to
its 4K functionality, but also as a result of everything else that truly makes this camera
a worthy addition to this list. The camera on top of the body has an option
to enable “movie mode”, which when enabled, gives you full creative control over how your
final video will look. This is a really handy feature on the FZ80
when, ordinarily, you don’t get such level of imaginative controls on any camera at an
entry-level price range. The camera easily beats out the similarly
priced competition in the zoom department with its 60x zoom capability. While some photos when zoomed to the max might
appear a little structured, we can truly appreciate the overall zoom function that Panasonic has
added in. Along with the zoom, the camera comes with
a 20mm lens, substantial enough to capture a wide range of imagery. The camera also offers amazing image stabilization,
that aides in taking better shots and creating better recordings. The Lumix FZ80 comes with an ergonomic grip
which makes it fit flawlessly in your hands. Its viewfinder is clear even in bright sunlight. On the top, you get a dedicated button allowing
you to instantly turn on the 4K video mode thus making it quite easy to make a switch
between regular and 4K modes. One thing that could disappoint some users
is the type of display added to the camera. It’s a non-articulating display, which means
you can not adjust it as per your preference. You have to get down to the level of the screen
to do the monitoring. In a nutshell, you get unbelievable value
for money. The camera records some really high-quality
videos and pictures at great resolution. Apart from 4K, you can shoot 1080p videos
at 30 frames per second, and you can shoot 720p HD slow-mo videos at 120 frames per second. Overall the Lumix Fz80 is a great youtube
camera for beginners. At number 3 we have the Canon EOS 80D. Overall, the EOS 80D is one of the best cameras
for YouTube that you can get. The 3.0 inch articulating touch screen makes
it super easy to focus with an easy tap. The battery life is satisfactory and will
not be an issue even if you are out shooting for multiple hours. The 80D is not much different than 70D in
terms of design and control placement. On top, you get direct controls to ISo, Drive,
Autofocus mode and metering. The body is built of sturdy plastic with leather
covering at few places for providing an ergonomic grip. The Intelligent viewfinder on the EOS 80D
provides a comprehensive and bright view taking out all the guesswork with 100% coverage,
allowing you to get the right show at the right time. While the absence of 4K could be a letdown,
the EOS 80D produces excellent 1080p FHD videos. The camera is capable of shooting 1080p videos
at 60 fps in MP4 format with standard IBP compression, and MOV format at 30fps and 24
fps respectively. The Autofocus on the Canon EOS 80D is brilliant. The Dual Pixel CMOS Autofocus delivers fast
and accurate focus while shooting videos. Dual pixels work like a charm with video recording,
helping you achieve a natural and precise focus, even when shooting fast action videos. Furthermore, you get a 45 points cross-type
autofocus system with a full-frame sensor which is fantastic. The autofocus points are really fast and accurate. The camera comes with a headphone jack. This allows you to monitor audio levels while
recording videos and adjust the audio levels without having to look at audio graphs on
a separate screen. In terms of wireless connectivity, the Canon
EOS 80D comes integrated with Wi-Fi and NFC for seamless sharing of photographs and videos
to your mobile phone, tablet or any other Wi-Fi or NFC enabled device. When it comes to low light performance on
the EOS 80D, the camera features a wide ISO range of ISO 100 – 12800 (expandable to
16000/25600), which helps the camera perform brilliantly in low light conditions even with
no flash. The Digic 6 processor is one of the latest
and fastest processors from Canon. It delivers excellent processing, full resolution
high-speed continuous still shooting and distortion connection in camera. At number 4 we have the Sony A7R ii. Only one word comes to mind when trying to
describe this camera – Perfection! The Sony a7R II is a keeper. With competitive power-packed features that
make for a truly amazing camera, you won’t feel the need to replace it for a good long
while. Ideally built for professionals, that this
is probably the best camera you could get to create amazing, high quality, professional
content for your YouTube channel. The 35mm Exmor CMOS Sensor is the World’s
first full-frame sensor with back-illuminated structure. The structure is made by a combination of
gapless on-chip lens design and AR coating on the sensor’s glass seal along with the
revolutionary no low pass filter to improve light collection efficiency. The a7R II comes equipped with 4K for amazing
videos [5]. A combination of a full-frame image sensor
in 4K, with direct pixel readout, and no binning results in better overall video quality. Fast Hybrid Auto Focus with 399 phase-detection
Autofocus points and 5-axis image stabilization favors the 4K and takes movie making to another
level. The Focus capability on the Sony a7r II will
simply blow your mind. The new full-frame image sensors make sure
that you get the highest number of focal phase-detection AF points and the widest coverage possible. The fast hybrid autofocus system with an additional
25 points improves accuracy and tracking even at 5fps continuous shooting at 42.4MP. The focus is spread across the whole frame
right up to the edges, instead of being clustered in the center, which is a huge plus point
this camera has over the other. The camera offers seamless connectivity to
your mobile phone or tablet via Bluetooth or NFC with the PlayMemories mobile app. This allows you to fully control your camera,
frame your image using your mobile device, turn on the camera shutter or movie button,
etc. You can also transfer videos to your mobile
phone or tablet simply by one touch. The build of the a7r II is robust, designed
for reliability and a strong grip. The a7r II also features a solidly built lens
mount allowing you to mount large lenses to the camera, which, it will ultimately hold
very well. The body features a matte finish that gives
it a look of premium DSLR. The Sony A7R ii is also weatherproof, which
means the camera is suitable for use in extreme conditions, providing the lens is weatherproof
too. And for our final pick at number 5 we have
the Canon EOS Rebel T6. The Canon Rebel T6 is the successor to the
Rebel T5 and has the same sensor along with a whole bunch of other similarities. Comparing it to the other cameras in this
list, the camera is very very much similar to Nikon D3300. The body of the camera is mainly made up of
plastic and is very light, which means you can carry it along for the whole day without
any issues. If you are looking for an excellent entry-level
camera for YouTube, then look no further. The colors are bright and the 9 point autofocus
is good. You also get some pre-loaded creative modes,
which are pretty great if you try to use them. The camera comes with an 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor
that captures excellent quality videos at up to 1080p at 60 frames per second which
is pretty decent. The videos recorded are sharp and look pretty
great. The camera is good for shooting light action
shots with its capability to record up to 3 frames per second. Talking about the Autofocus system on this
camera, you get a total of 9 autofocus points. These are surely not a lot of autofocus points,
but looking at the price point, that’s acceptable. The autofocus works well in good lighting
conditions but not too good in low lighting. Surprisingly, even at the price point, you
manage to get the Digic 4+ Image Processor which is fast and processes hefty data without
any issues. The Canon Rebel T6 does not have a microphone
input, which means the audio would be directly recorded from the inbuilt microphone. The inbuilt microphone is of high-volume that
picks up clear voice. In case you are not satisfied with it, you
can always mount an external microphone and record the sound in your cell phone or other
devices, and then sync audio-video with your editing software. Integrated with Wi-Fi and NFC you can create
a connection between the camera and your smartphone, again, giving you control of your camera right
from your mobile phone. Wi-Fi and NFC capability also allow for seamless
sharing of content from your camera to your phone. So that sums up the top cameras for youtube. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
and if you’re new here hit that subscribe button. Until next time have a great day.

KHÔNG SAO MÀ EM ĐÂY RỒI | SUNI HẠ LINH ft. Lou Hoàng | Official M/V


Seems like you are drunk Seems like you are not happy Please tell me Why are you so sad If you wanna cry, cry on my shoulder Don’t keep it to yourself Seems like the rain is falling Seems like you are being unsure Hey the one I love come here and I will hold you in my arms Let the world goes crazy I will keep you safe Our world is tiny Just need to know you are happy It’s gonna be OK, I am here for you If you are sad just cry
You’ve been holding it in for so long Just once just this one time Let me ease away your sorrow For all the times you were there for me when I cried Now I will be there for you You can show your weakness, You can shed some tears Tomorrow everything’s gonna be OK Babe Sometimes I am surrounded by uncertainty and darkness Sometimes I said “I’m OK” but feel so weak in side A man trying to show his smile is actually holding back the tears inside his heart Nobody knows about the sorrow piling up inside him I’ll just get drunk a little and forget about it Please don’t be worry my love It’s gonna be OK
I am here for you If you are sad just cry
You’ve been holding it in for so long Just once just this one time Let me ease away your sorrow For all the times you were there for me when I cried Now I will be there for you You can show your weakness You can shed your tears And tomorrow things are gonna be OK Babe You should do this sometimes Just cry out loud to pass through the day Hide in my arms and we will get warm together The night is cold Let me cover you with my love So that tomorrow the man that I’ve always known will return to me It’s gonna be OK
I am here for you If you are sad just cry
You’ve been holding it in for so long Just once just this one time Let me ease away your sorrow For all the times you were there for me when I cried Now I will be there for you You can show your weakness
You can shed your tears And tomorrow things are gonna be OK Babe

Can We See 3D Without 3D Glasses?

Can We See 3D Without 3D Glasses?


This episode of DNews is brought to you by
the all-new G Flex 2, from LG. Life’s Good Get ready for the future! Where you could
see in 3D without those glasses. Hi guys, Julia here for DNews. What’s called,
autostereoscopy, or a method of displaying a 3D image without the use of awkward headgear
is sort of old technology. If you call 30 years ago old. It was first developed by Reinhard
Boerner (RINEHARD BUR-NER) at the Heinrich Hertz Institute (HHI) in Berlin in the mid
80s. Since then it’s gone through a few iterations, but this latest one is a huge
step up in terms of awesomeness. A new prototype, from a partnership between
a small tech start up, TriLite and the Vienna University of Technology, has the potential
to create huge outdoor 3D displays by beaming lasers directly into your eyes! With current technology, glassless 3D images
are limited. They’re single view displays with just two images projected and they need
a “sweet spot” to be viewed currently. Sitting outside of this zone leads to a blurred
image. You also never get the sense of moving around an object. When it is possible, it’s
only through eye-tracking devices which really only work for one person at a time. This new technology is still a small prototype
of only 3×5 pixels, or as they call them “trixels,” but it’s promising. Each tiny part is made
of up three laser diodes, a cylindrical microlens, as well as a moveable mirror. The mirrors
move the laser in different directions. The 3D effect comes from the lasers sending a
different picture to each of your eyes. What’s really novel about this new technology
besides the lasers, is the ability to see the image from different angles. Its creators
say this new system could project hundreds of different images and could create potentially
thousands of different “viewing zones” and the image would change as you walked past
it. This technology still has a “sweet spot”
though, a pretty large one at that. To view a 3D image you would have to be within about
76 yards of the screen! and if you’re too far away, you’d just see a 2D image, not
blurred or distorted one. The only catch is that capturing an image
in that kind of 3D would be difficult. You’d either have to use a bunch of cameras or a
new camera would have to be invented. So while the technology still has to be scaled up and
tweaked, I’m excited. Obviously 3D technology is not just a thing
of the future. Some of you might already have 3D televisions at home. At CES this year,
LG unveiled their latest line of Smart 3D 4K OLED TVs. But even though 3D is one of the coolest parlour
tricks, it’s also a pretty old one. In order to trick your brain into thinking it’s seeing
depth, each eye needs to see a slightly different image. Photographers first figured this out
in the mid-1800s. Back in the day, two images taken from slightly different angles, would
be seen through the most popular device, a Holmes stereoscope. In the mid 1900s, a more
modern version arose, the View-Master. One of these guys. The cheesy colored glasses type of 3D was
also figured out in the 1800s. It’s called Anaglyph 3D. With this type, images are coded
with colors, usually chromatical opposite like red and blue. If the left eye has a red
lens, it reads the blue part of the image as black and the opposite is true for the
other eye. More modern ways to trick the brain into see
3D use passive polarization glasses which filters lines of pixels for each eye or active
flicker glasses. As the name suggests theses flicker in time with the tv, so your right
eye only gets the images for that eye and the left eye only gets images meant for it.
It’s cool to see how far the technology has come, and where it’s going. Are you a fan of 3D? Did you go see Jaws 3D
in theaters? Is Avatar your FAVORITE MOVIE? Or are you literally sick of the whole gimmick?
(there’s a video here on why you might get sick from 3D movies) Let us know in the comments below.
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