The Spypoint Force-10 has one of the most compact designs of trail camera we tested and has one of the fastest detection circuits on the market. The sub one second trigger speed is no longer a surprise for an entry level trail cam, but the 0.5 second recovery speed definitely is.
Pros: The Spypoint Force-10 has the second fastest detection circuit of the cameras we tested. One of the unique design features of this trail camera is the removable mounting bracket, which makes it easy to remove and collect the SD card. A preview screen make it easy to quickly check on what is moving through your detection zone.
Cons: The nighttime images were plentiful because of the fast detection circuit, but were blurry compared to other cameras in our test. It is also one of the few cameras we tested that doesn’t record audio along with video.
Bottom Line: The Force-10 adds an impressive feature set to a fast detection circuit to make this a good value in the world of trail cameras. If you’re looking to purchase a game camera for less than $100, and don’t need audio with your video recordings, this is your best option.
Best for: Those looking for value but still having one of the fastest trail cameras
Key Attribute: Design
- Ultracompact camera with 0.3-second trigger speed
- Capture 12MP photos and 10- to 60-second HD videos
- 42 high-power low-glow LEDs have a range of 90 ft.
- Curved motion sensor improves detection angle and distance
- Adjustable detection range from five to 80 ft.
- Stamps date, time and temperature on each photo
Size: 3.2"L x 3.8"W x 5"H; Wt: 0.6 lbs.