What trail cameras work with Verizon

What wireless trail cameras work great with Verizon?

How do you get the best results from your trail camera? Ensuring that it can connect to your cellular provider is a great start.
Why?

Animals are skittish. Whether you’re game-watching or hunting, you risk disturbing them every time you check on your camera. Using a cellular trail camera with GPS lets you download real-time images or video without retrieving the camera’s memory card.

I also use a cellular trail camera for security, and remote access is a significant advantage.

So, having a cellular trail camera makes sense, but there are many options on the market. Today I review the top options on the market today.

Three trail cameras that work well with Verizon or any other wireless service provider . The Glass Raven 4G is a premium product with the best range of features and quality. The Spypoint Link is the most budget-friendly option, while the Spartan 4G model offers an interesting time-lapse feature.

Which model is best for you? Read on and find out.

The Glass Raven is  one is the best of the cellular trail cameras on sale now.  The images are crisp and clear, even in low-light conditions. It’s an expensive camera, but the quality is unmatched. I recommend checking the quality of the Verizon signal in your area, however. The camera has no antenna to boost the signal.
I also recommend that you consider adding the solar panel pack with this product. For this quality of photo, you need a fair amount of battery power. A solar cellular trail camera, Verizon or not, is a far more cost-effective option.

Features of the Glass Raven

  • Full HD Night Vision up to 65 ft
  • Clear 1080 P videos
  • Sharp 12 MP photos
  • Real-time data transfer
    Includes 32 GB SD card as a backup
  • Water, sleet, and snowproof
  • Rugged and durable
  • No glow LEDs for added discretion
  • Powered by batteries or solar panel
  • 110° PIR angle
  • Shoots between one and five photos when triggered
  • Programmable data capture settings
Pros
  • Top-quality
  • Excellent images in real-time
  • Outstanding customer service
  • HD night vision
Cons
  • Expensive
  • No external antenna

This SPYPOINT camera offers you the best value for the money. Verizon trail camera plans / SPYPOINT plans provide you with all the data you need.

The device itself is one of the simpler types on the market.

Features of the SPYPOINT LINK-MICRO-LTE

  • Compact design makes it easy to hide
  • Antenna to boost signal strength
  • Links to your choice of Spypoint scouting packages
  • Range of up to 80 ft
  • 10 MP camera
Pros
  • Great price
  • Good photos
  • Very discreet
  • You get 100 free images a month
Cons
  • Requires a strong cellular signal
  • Not intuitive to use

With mid-range pricing, this is the best cellular trail camera / Verizon deal.

The camera takes good pictures, and the device has a good range. I particularly like the time-lapse feature and the clarity from night vision pictures.

With 480 P resolution, the video quality isn’t HD, but this saves you money on your data plan. Also, please be aware that you can have the photos emailed to you as part of your Verizon plan.

Are you wondering, “How much does Verizon charge for trail camera plans?” The answer is around $5 a month. If, you also want to access your photos via the Spartan app, you’ll need to subscribe to that for  $5 a month.

Features of the Spartan 4G LTE GoCam

  • PIR features adjustable settings
  • Time-lapse video footage is available
  • Resolution of up to 8 MP
  • Infra-red range of up to 80′
  • Photo tag provides several details, including date, time, and moon phase
  • Durable IP65 rated construction
  • Weatherproof
  • Two-year warranty
Pros
  • Good quality
  • Reasonable price
  • Useful features
  • Adjustable image quality features allow you to minimize your data usage
Cons
  • Price plans are a little confusing
  • No HD setting

Final Verdict

Which camera wins the title of best Verizon trail camera?

For quality and performance, that honor goes to the Glass Raven 4G model from Creative XP.

If you don’t need HD images and need to save on data costs, the Spartan model is best.

For the beginner, the Spypoint model provides an excellent introduction without breaking the bank.

Now that you know more about the top choices available, you have a clearer picture of what you need. I’ll leave you with this great video that features five tips to help you set up your new camera.