Wildgame Mirage 14 Lightsout Review
Trailcampro Comprehensive Score:
Picture Quality:Testing in Progress
Mpxl Rating | Video ResolutionSee Breakdown ▼
Battery Life:6.6 Months
Resting Power(on) | Daytime Power Consumption | Nighttime Power ConsumptionSee Breakdown ▼
Trigger Speed & Detection:65/100
Picture Trigger & Recovery Speed | Video Trigger & Recovery Speed | Detection RangeSee Breakdown ▼
Quality of Design:Testing in Progress
Dimensions | Battery Type | External Battery Jack See Breakdown ▼
- 6.6-month battery life in picture mode
- 0.7-month battery life in video mode
Picture Quality: Testing in Progress
Photo resolution: 14 interpolated mpxl
Video resolution: 1280 x 720
Flash Type: No glow IR
We are placing cameras in the field. We will post pictures and videos as they become available.
Battery Life: 55/100
Picture & Video Resting Power (on): 3.77 mW
Picture Daytime/Nighttime Power Consumption: 1.38 Ws | 4.82 Ws
Video Daytime/Nighttime Power Consumption: 32.16 Ws | 271.35 Ws
Battery life is efficient in picture mode but extremely inefficient in video mode.
If this camera were to take 35-day and 35-night pictures every 24 hours, the Wildgame Mirage 14 would last 6.6 months in the field on a set of 8 AA Lithium Batteries. We consider this to be good battery life.
If this camera were to take 15-day and 15-night videos (30-second videos / this is the only length of video Wildgame allows) every 24 hours, it would last 0.7 months in the field on a set of lithium batteries. This is very poor.
Detection Circuit: 65/100
Picture Trigger & Recovery Speed: 0.49 s. / 7.2 s.
Video Trigger & Recovery Speed: 1.79 s. / 7.6 s.
Detection Range: 80 ft
Trigger speed in picture mode is fast, but picture recovery, video trigger, and video recovery are all slow.
Detection range was 80 feet in our Detection Shootout. This is an excellent detection range.
Overall, the detection circuit would be good if not for the poor recovery times. The slow recovery times really drag down the overall speed and productivity of the detection capabilities.
Quality of Design: Testing in Progress
Battery Type: 8 AA Batteries
External Battery Jack: n/a
This category is under evaluation
Review Conclusion: Testing in Progress
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- No glow IR
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- 720p videos
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- 31 degree field of view
- Requires 8 AA batteries
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