Mastering the use of hunting infrared cameras for your hunting trips

Mastering the use of hunting infrared cameras for your hunting trips
With the advancement of technology, hunting is no longer limited to traditional methods. Nowadays, infrared cameras have become the right hand of many hunters. It can capture the heat signals of animals at night or in low light conditions, helping hunters track and capture targets more effectively. In this article, we will explain in detail how to use an infrared camera for your hunting trip.

Choose the right infrared camera

  1. Resolution: the higher the resolution of the infrared camera, the clearer the captured image, the more conducive to later analysis and processing. It is recommended to choose an infrared camera with at least 2 megapixels.
  2. Sensitivity: The higher the sensitivity of the infrared camera, the larger the target captured, the more favourable to improve the success rate. It is recommended to choose at least 800nm infrared camera.
  3. Frame rate: the higher the frame rate of the infrared camera, the smoother the picture, the more conducive to observation and analysis. It is recommended to choose an infrared camera with at least 30fps.
  4. Functions: Different infrared cameras may have different functions, such as night vision, waterproof, shockproof and so on. Choose the right IR camera according to your needs.

Installation and adjustment of infrared camera

  1. Installation position: The infrared camera should be installed in a place where it is easy to capture the target, such as the animal’s activity area, foraging path, etc. At the same time, make sure that the camera can be stably fixed on the ground or other objects to prevent it from being blown or dropped by the wind.
  2. Adjust the exposure: Adjust the exposure time of the infrared camera according to the ambient light condition you are in. Generally speaking, you can set a shorter exposure time during the day (e.g. 5-10 seconds), and a longer exposure time at night (e.g. 30 seconds). In addition, you can also adjust the brightness of the picture by increasing or decreasing the ISO value.
  3. Focusing: Infrared cameras generally have an autofocus function, but in some cases, it may be necessary to focus manually. In this case, a special focusing lens can be used to assist in focusing.

Hunting with an infrared camera

  1. Familiarise yourself with the operation: Before using an infrared camera, be sure to read the manual carefully and practice the actual operation. Understand the various functions and settings of the camera, so as to be more comfortable in actual use.
  2. Observation and analysis: In the hunting process, observe the infrared camera screen in time to analyse the target’s behaviour and activity trajectory. If you find that the target shows abnormal behaviour or enters the trap area, you can try to adjust the position and angle of the camera to improve the capture success rate.
  3. Recording and sharing: After successfully capturing a target, record the relevant information in a timely manner and share it with your companions. This helps to improve the team’s hunting efficiency and experience.

In conclusion, mastering the use of infrared camera is the key to effective hunting. I hope this article can provide you with some help to make your hunting trip more successful.


您的电子邮箱地址不会被公开。 必填项已用 * 标注