The GardePro X50 is a cellular trail camera with 4G LTE connectivity that operates on AT&T and T-Mobile cellular networks and comes with a pre-installed sim card.
The X50 can be remotely controlled and managed through the GardePro Mobile app, and the camera will send pictures to the user's cell phone according to the transfer schedule set on the app.
The camera is equipped with invisible 940nm no-glow infrared LED illumination ranging up to 100ft.
The camera has a fast 0.1s trigger and three detection sensors capable of detecting movement up to 90 feet.
The X50 has a wide field-of-view angle of 70° and can take 32-megapixel still photos and 1080p HD videos. Eight AA batteries power the camera. SD memory cards up to 512GB are supported.
The X50 game camera has a 2.4-inch color screen and has two working modes, motion detection and time-lapse.
Data plans start at only $7 per month. A free 100-image free trial is available for new users.
The cellular option can be switched off, and the camera will still function as a traditional game camera.
The camera is designed for outdoor use, has P66 waterproof rating, and can operate in extreme temperatures from -4F to 140F. In addition, the camera has a 12v jack for an external power supply.
Affordable Service Plans
Can be Used as a Non-Cellular Camera
Unstable Cell Connection
Mobile App Only - No Website
Limited Detection Range
Detection Range: 8/20
Battery Life: 7/10
Daylight Images: 8/10
Lowlight Images: 7/10
Night Images: 7/10
In our opinion, the GardePro X50 is a unique trail camera that offers the option to disable its cellular function and use it as a traditional camera with a memory card. This is a great feature for those needing cellular functionality only during specific seasons. However, during our testing, we encountered frequent drops in the cellular connection, which was disappointing. The camera also only transferred images every two to three days, regardless of transfer frequency settings. We only tested one unit, so it's possible that this was a problem specific to that unit. The phone app is easy to use, but at the time of writing this review, the manufacturer doesn't allow viewing pictures and videos through their website. Despite these issues, the camera is still a great value. While the nighttime images were just average, the daytime images were impressive. If you're looking for a hybrid camera that provides affordable cloud viewing and can overlook infrequent file transfers, the GardePro X50 could be a good choice.
I can't connect the camera to my phone I need help thank you
Unfortunately, connection issues are common with this model. We recommend trying these steps: 1) Turn OFF the Cellular option in the settings. 2) Turn OFF the camera. 3) Turn the camera ON. 4) Switch the Cellular option back ON and wait a few minutes.