This Bushnell Aggressor no glow review will highlight the many reasons why this trail camera is so popular amongst hunters. If you want to monitor local wildlife over several months at a time, this is the camera that you need. It is a reliable camera that comes with plenty of great features to ensure that you can capture the data that you need.
There are two different versions of this camera. This is the no-glow LED version, whilst the other is the low-glow version. Both are available in a brown or camouflaged casing. They are almost the same camera actually, although as the name variation suggests, they have different levels of glow from the LEDs. This is because they use LEDs that have different wavelengths of infrared light.
The no-glow option features a level of infrared that is not visible to humans or animals. The low glow version fails to block some of the infrared waves that come from the bulbs and this means that this camera emits a little light that is visible. This is what makes the no-glow option the best choice. When the camera is triggered, the no-glow version will not startle any nearby wildlife.
The only real negative point about the no-glow model is that it has a shorter range as a trade off for using no-glow LEDs. This means that you will need to decide whether you need range or stealth when choosing your trail camera.