The Stealth Cam G30’s design is both durable and easy to use, and when you add a modest price point to those design features, you get a solid options for your first trail camera purchase.
Pros: Of all the game cameras we tested, this was the easiest to set up. The Stealth Cam G30 has a detection angle of 50 degrees and a lens capable of capturing images at 44 degrees, which is the best ratio of detection versus lens angle of all the cameras we tested. It has a bank of low glow infrared LEDs that can illuminate subjects up to 80 feet away at night.
Cons: The recovery speed of the detection circuit is the slowest of the cameras we tested. While most cameras have an average recovery speed of around one second, the G30 took between five to six seconds. Its image quality was also less than many others, having only 8MP.
Bottom Line: The Stealth Cam G30 didn’t rank among the best in our test for image quality. However, its modest price point, good build quality, and user-friendly controls make it an attractive option if you want to spend around $100 on your trail camera purchase.
Best for: A first-time trail camera with its low price point and intuitiveness
Key Attribute: Features
- 8.0 Megapixel (3 resolution settings) 8mp / 4mp / 2mp
- HD Video recording 5-180 seconds w/ audio
- Time Lapse Function with PIR Override
Size: H: 5.5" / W: 4.0" / D: 2.5"