Wildgame Innovations 360
Compared to other deer cameras, the Wildgame Innovations 360 trail camera is quite difficult to use because it has problems dealing with moving subjects. You might find some shots to be blurry.
The idea for the Wildgame Innovations 360 camera is that it is going to be placed on a tripod in an open field. It has a ¼” x 20 tripod insert found right at the bottom of the camera.
This way, you can get a 360-degree image or a video of the entire field. It isn’t made to be placed in a tree otherwise a part of its view will be interrupted.
One thing that you get to see often in different reviews is that this trail camera is both bulky and heavy. It means that it isn’t something that is handy in your backpack.
However, it’s mainly due to the sturdy construction of the camera. And just like the Blade X6, it also has a bark exterior that allows the camera to mimic the surroundings in a discreet manner.
Due to the heavy duty design of the camera, it can tolerate harsh weather conditions. However, the latch of the camera feels a bit flimsy compared to the case of the camera. You also get the batteries and the SD card found at the bottom of the camera.