A clear, bright pair of binoculars, an accurate rangefinder, and a user-friendly trail camera are essential tools for many whitetail enthusiasts. If you’re a fan of Michael Waddell and his Bone Collector gear, you’ll be triply excited as Bushnell and Bone Collector introduce a trifecta of products for the aggressive whitetail hunter. Here’s a quick look at all three
One hundred percent waterproof and fog proof, the new Bone Collector Trophy XLT 8x 42mm binocular is housed in a Realtree Xtra dura-grip rubber coating that protects the binocular for years of worry-free performance. The binocular features high quality lead-free glass, BaK-4 prisms and fully multi-coated lenses, which work in combination to deliver clear, ultra-bright images. The Bone Collector binocular also features soft-touch thumb grips and twist-up eyecups for added comfort in the field. (shown above)
Expertly engineered for lightning fast target acquisition, the new Bone Collector Laser Rangefinder is a rainproof laser rangefinder capable of achieving +/- one-yard accuracy at targets from 10-600 yards. With its simple one-button operation and four-power magnification, the Bone Collector LRF helps shooters quickly and confidently acquire distance readings.
Built on the industry-leading Trophy Cam HD platform, which features 0.2-second trigger speed, a one-year battery life and one-second recovery speed, the new Bone Collector edition incorporates some of the finest scouting tools on the market. Utilizing black, no-glow LEDs and a new hyper passive infrared sensor (PIR) that captures motion up to 60 feet away, the Bone Collector Trophy Cam HD is able to capture eight megapixel images and record 720p HD video with audio. Following each trigger, hybrid mode captures a still image immediately followed by an HD video clip while the integral Field Scan 2x technology allows users to program two windows of time lapse capture and improve game monitoring at dawn and dusk.