The Old Way
Game cameras and security lockboxes are rectangle shapes so the vertical and horizontal lines of the box are easily identifiable in the field. Both the human eye and deer eye are wired to see those unnatural lines; they simply look out of place in the natural world. Once the camera is identified by a whitetail, he either looks straight into it to investigate it, or avoids it by altering his future path. Studies have shown and experience leads us to believe wildlife learn to recognize and avoid trail cameras. This results in unnatural images of wildlife and an incomplete picture of what is really happening on the land. What are we missing out on?Are we spooking deer unintentionally?
CAMBUSH allows flexibility and creativity on where you want to mount the game camera. You can even incorporate natural vegetation right into the CAMBUSH, further enhancing its capability of being undetected.CAMBUSH, however, blends in with the natural surroundings. As the eye scans, it doesn't detect anything unnatural because the harsh straight lines have been dramatically reduced. You can capture more natural images of older wildlife who may hear the shutter click, but won't be able to identify the camera as a threat.
CAMBUSH allows flexibility and creativity on where you want to mount the game camera. You can even incorporate natural vegetation right into the CAMBUSH, further enhancing its capability of being undetected.
If you've caught the trail camera bug like most hunters, chances are you own more than one camera. It’s likely you own different models or even different manufacturers as you have acquired your scouting camera arsenal. That makes it difficult to employ a security box solution because security boxes are specific to one camera. Cameras have different sizes, shapes and lens locations. In addition, security boxes don't provide an effective level of protection. With a simple pair of bolt cutters, your camera could be gone in mere seconds. CAMBUSH, however, will adapt to a majority of trail cameras. If you choose to use a security lockbox, why not employ CAMBUSH to conceal the box? This will give the camera an added level of security.
In short, CAMBUSH is a tool to help you collect better and more accurate images of the wildlife on your property and protect your investment in game cameras. It conceals your cameras from the wildlife you pursue and the thieves pursuing your cameras.