Camparkcam TC06 78/100
The Camparkcam TC06 is a dual-lens, 120 degrees ultra-wide angle lens trail camera capable of 60-megapixel still pictures or 4K high-def videos powered by a Sony IMX458 chip. Photo and video modes have separate resolution settings for day and night. The resolution The camera uses traditional infrared illumination that, under ideal conditions, will also capture color images even under low light or at night, thanks to its Starlight Night Vision function. The TC06 also has WiFi and Bluetooth but no cellular connectivity option. The game camera has three motion sensors, and the manufacturer lists the trigger speed at only 0.1 seconds. The detection range is listed at only 65 feet, but we have seen detection past 80 feet. A standard SD card of up to 128GB is supported. The camera uses eight AA batteries and can be secured with a standard cable lock.
- Night & Lowlight Color Images
- Dual Lens
- 4K Videos
- WiFi & Bluetooth
- Visible Illumination
- Short Strap with Plastic Buckle
- Padlock & Cable Lock are Both Required to Secure the Camera
Detection Range: 16/20
That manufacturer lists the detection range as 20 meters (65 feet), but we have seen triggers past 80 feet.
The trigger speed is excellent, and even the video trigger is almost instant.
As we deployed our game camera during the colder temperatures, we have not experienced any significant issues with false triggers. However, this may change once the temperatures rise, as more trail cameras are only sensitive to the wind during the summer.
Battery Life: 8/10
We are using regular AA Duracell brand alkaline batteries for our first test. The camera is in video mode and has been deployed for about six weeks. The battery status is showing 70%.
Daylight Images: 9/10
Daytime pictures and videos are excellent. The images are sharp, and considering the 120 degrees ultra-wide field of view, the distortion is minimal.
Lowlight Images: 7/10
Under low light, the images are still very good, but we were hoping for more color images when it gets dark.
Night Images: 8/10
Similarly to lowlight images, we were hoping for nighttime color imagery. Again, we were able to produce full-color videos while testing at home, but for some reason, we are not having much luck getting color images in the field. Other than that, the infrared LED illumination produces high-quality nighttime pictures and videos, but the flash is visible to human eyes and may spook some animals.
The Camparkcam TC06 trail camera boasts a revolutionary dual-lens and Starlight Night Vision function, enhancing its image capture capability. Its dual-lens design includes an Ultra HD camera lens for daytime and an image noise reduction lens for nighttime.
The game camera also features a Sony IMX458 image sensor, Novatek 96670 chip, and a 6-layer premium glass wide-angle lens. The TC06 has a 2.4'' LCD screen with a preview mode, and its video resolution can be adjusted to 4K 30FPS, 2K 60FPS, and 1080P 60FPS.
Moreover, the camera has an advanced H.265 4K 30fps video recording with a sound that saves up to 90% of memory card storage compared to MJPG videos used in almost all trail cameras.
Furthermore, the game cam features 3 PIR sensors and an ultra-fast trigger speed of 0.1s, activating the camera as soon as animal movements are detected.
Additionally, the camera offers WiFi and Bluetooth functions. Through the WiFi application, users can easily adjust the camera's settings on their phone, even in areas that are not conveniently reachable. The pictures and videos can also be previewed through the app.
Lastly, the TC06 is compatible with a standard cable lock, and a padlock can be used to secure the latch. A mounting strap and a mounting bracket are also included.
Overall, the Camparkcam TC06 trail camera boasts a range of advanced features and settings that set it apart from other trail cameras on the market. The camera's ultra-wide 120-degree lens can capture excellent photos of up to 60 megapixels and 4K HD videos.
While we would appreciate further development in nighttime color photography, the technology is still new, and we are grateful to have it.
Setting up the camera is a breeze, and while the settings menu may be somewhat unconventional, it is still simple to navigate. Given that the TC06 can capture 60MP photos and 4K videos, having more than 128GB of SD memory capacity would be preferable, as these files are large and can fill up the card quickly.
The WiFi and Bluetooth functionalities are handy for those who keep the camera on their property. We would love to see also a no-glow version (no-glow vs. low-glow) of this camera, as 120 degrees ultra-wide no-glow cams are almost non-existent.
Despite this, the Camparkcam TC06 trail camera provides excellent value for anyone looking for a high-end trail camera unit at a reasonable price.
If you're considering the Camparkcam TC06, the iZEEKER iG600 trail camera is an excellent alternative. These cameras are nearly identical in terms of their design and features, with an identical screen and setup menu. The main differences are that the iG600 has a 48MP photo resolution and a 10-second minimum delay between triggers, while the TC06 offers 60MP pictures and a 5-second delay. The iZEEKER iG600 also has a higher memory card capacity, supporting up to 256GB compared to the TC06's maximum of 128GB. More importantly, the iZEEKER iG600 has an "Auto-Extend" video recording option not included in the TC06. However, if this functionality is not important to you, consider choosing the more affordable option at the time of purchase.
This camera is great!
Dec. 16, 2022, 5:54 p.m.
This camera is great!
Feb. 12, 2023, 4:01 p.m.
This camera is useless, as a GAME CAMERA, since it has a ViSIBLE FLASH.
SpecsOfficial specs from the manufacturer.
- Camparkcam TC06
- Model Year
- Flash Type
- Low-Glow IR
- Max Pixels
- Max Video
- No. of Sensors
- Detection Range
- 65 ft
- Flash Range
- 65 ft
- Field of View
- 120 degrees
- Trigger Speed
- 0.10 second
- Min Delay
- 5 seconds
- Max Delay
- 60 minutes
- Max Card Size
- 128 GB
- 12 months