This isn't a review - there are lots of reviews of the Bushnell Natureview range of cams on blogs all over the web and youtube, go check them out for extensive info on these great little cams.
This is just my first thoughts on having the cam in the field for a few days...
Daytime footage is fantastic, as is to be expected from the improvements made to the innards. Full 1920x1080 resolution HD video is now available as an option in the menu, and the only drawback being that it relies on lots of good natural light to be really effective - if you have to lighten your clips in editing, then noise and artifacts will appear.
JPGs are good enough, but suffer from obviously high ISO settings on the small sensor. All in all, for a trail cam, these are possibly the best daytime images you will get. I've included some footage below of a robin at the feeding site in bad light, but it's still quite impressive (enable 1080p):
The footage when it gets dark is equally as impressive - remember that the 1080p full HD is TRUE HD, not interpolated like some other cameras. This makes the night vision still grainy, but far better than it's predecessors and competitors. Juts remember to set the IR control to low if shooting up close with the added lenses:
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Photographic adventures from from behind the DGPix Wildlife & Nature Photography lens!