Stealth Cam G42 No-Glo Trail Game Camera STC-G42NG

Stealth Cam G42 No-Glo Trail Game Camera STC-G42NG
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Average customer review:
(4.0 stars, based on 1095 reviews)

Product Details

  • Size: 1-Pack
  • Color: Camo
  • Brand: Stealth Cam
  • Model: STC-G42NG
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 4.25" h x 2.83" w x 5.50" l, .71 pounds


  • RETINA(Sub1-­-Second Trigger) - Superior low light performance for extended nighttime range
  • 42 "BLACK" IR Emitters/100ft range
  • Reflex Trigger - .5 seconds
  • New Intuitive backlit menu programming
  • Burst Mode 1-9 images per triggering. The STC-G42NG take a standard Mini-B USB.
  • Manual shot capability with Secure Lock password protection built in SD Card slot up to 32GB

Stealth Cam G42 No-Glow Trail Camera is a part of the high quality and dependable Trail Cameras from Stealth Cam. All of the features you need for a price you want. Trail Cameras from Stealth Cam are well known for their quality and Stealth Cam G42 No-Glow Trail Camera upholds that standard. The STC-G42NG take a standard Mini-B USB.

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

434 of 450 people found the following review helpful.
5Stealth Cam Has Really Jumped into the Game with the G42
By Steve Farmer
Stealth Cam has really outdone themselves with coming out with the G42 No Glow. I set this up on one of my feeding stations and found it to have a really good battery life(Make sure to use good batteries and not CVS or Walgreen cheepoes). Stealth Cam has also recreated a name for themselves in my book on the image quality both day and night too. The G42 no glow has one of the brightest infrared no glow flashes I've found on the market today. I have some of the older low glow Stealth Cams and the image quality wasn't good day or night.

I'm so impressed that I took the time to provide feedback along with some photos taken recently with the camera.

172 of 178 people found the following review helpful.
4The newer trail camera works great for getting pictures without deer spooking
By Chip
(2014 Version) The first camera I got was a dud. However, Amazon promptly replaced the camera. This is typically of all trail cameras (I have Moultrie, Browning, Covert, and Stealth Cams). The newer trail camera works great for getting pictures without deer spooking. The pictures are a bit grainy at night, but all black flash cameras have that downside unfortunately. I used this camera during the 2014 season and since July of 2015. I have attached 7 pictures to give an idea of day/night pictures.

What I Like: Black flash day pictures (no deer spooking)
Fast Trigger time (0.5 second)
Motion pictures are good (not many blurry motion pictures)
Day pictures are good
Very few false triggers which means fewer worthless pictures to scroll through

What I don't Like: It's thick which is good, but it's a strap with a buckle
Video file size is large
Slow Recovery Time (or time in between pictures) - 6 seconds
Night pictures are a bit grainy, particularly pictures at 40-50 ft or more (if this is a problem consider a low-glow camera)

On Par with Most cameras: Size (5.5" x 4" x 2.75")
Programming on the custom setting is easy enough
Battery Life seems standard

I hope this review helps you in your decision. If so, please click the "helpful" button. Thanks!

243 of 251 people found the following review helpful.
5Highly Recommend
By Justin McClellan
Bought this camera along with a Browning Dark Ops, Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Max and a Bushnell Throphy Cam HD. This camera is just as good as my Bushnell's for daytime use and much better than the Bushnell's for night use. Detection range varies with setup but as worked as far out as 70'. The Bushnell's trigger speed is faster but not by much. And for whatever reason this camera saves files in a form that shows the image in the icon making it easy to scan through files whereas the Bushnell's and Browning show a geneic icon and you have to click on each one to see if anything is in the picture. Probably just a setting on my computer though. Long story short, if I had to buy a fifth camera I would buy this camera again or the Bushnell Trophy Cam HD with a external IR flash. The hybrid mode on the Bushnell's is very nice. The Browning cam didn't compare with the other three I've mentioned, HD video was very grainy but did have decent detection range and night IR.

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