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Primos 7MP ULTRA 46 HD MATRIX with EDS zoom
  • Primos 7MP ULTRA 46 HD MATRIX with EDS
  • Primos 7MP ULTRA 46 HD MATRIX with EDS

Primos Truth Cam 46 Ultra HD w/EDS - 7MP

Product Number: PY63044

Our Price: $89.99

Availability: Out of stock







Camera Type




Image Resolution

7 Megapixel

Resolution Options

Large (3072x2304), Small (2592x1944)

Burst Mode

1, 2, 3, 4, 5


1.1" character LCD


5MP Color

Lens Type

7.5mm f/3.0

Video Resolution

1280x720HD (30fps), 320x240 (30fps)

Aspect Ratio


Video Length

5s, 10s, 15s, 20s, 30s, 60s





PIR Sensor



55 degrees

IR Emitters

46 high-output

IR Night Range

Up to 55 ft.

Time Lapse

10s, 20s, 30s, 1m, 5m, 30m

Battery Type

AA alkaline

Batteries Required

8 (not included)

External Power Jack


Supported Memory Cards

SD Card (up to 32GB)




Mounting Strap








Up to Mfg 1 Year Limited

Details & Specs

If you want Extended Night Range and Enhanced Photo Quality, you want the TRUTH Cam Ultra 46 HD! It has a 55 foot night time range and takes crisp 7 Megapixel photos. Like All TRUTH Cam Ultras it uses Simple sliding switches that allow you to select between photo, HD video, or HD time lapse photos. The Early Detect Sensor has a 45 degree PIR sensor that picks up motion earlier, so you don’t miss what is walking in front of your camera. TRUTH Cam Ultras are super compact.

  • 1280×720 HD Video
  • Up to 9 months battery life
  • Captures photos, HD video and HD time lapse
  • Video mode records audio
  • 55 ft night range
  • 0.7 second trigger speed
  • 46 LEDs
  • LED filter technology
  • Burst Count, Moon Phase, Temperature, 12 Hour US Time (AM/PM), Date, Day of the Week
Primos Truth Cam 46 Ultra HD w/EDS - 7MP is rated 4.05 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Cost Effective Camera I have ordered and used these cameras for the last 2 years with minimal issues. I run cameras year round and the only issue I ran into is the power button not functioning properly. This requires you take the batteries out and put them back in to reset the camera. They have corrected this on the newer models by replacing the rubber power button with a manual switch. Lithium batteries in these cameras are a game changer on night time photos and operating the camera in low temperatures. Daytime photos are very clear with minimal blurring. Only other thing I will mention is I wish they had a light sensitivity setting due to many black and white photos during daylight when placed in the timber. Lighting is not an issue when used over food plots or away from closed canopy forest.
Date published: 2015-10-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little camera Bought 2 of these cameras recently and am planning on buying several others. Have several of the older model Truth Cam 35's. The 46 Ultra HD is a huge step up in picture quality and night time brightness of pics. The trigger speed is very good and does a much better job of getting pics of deer as opposed to empty frames. With these cameras currently at this low price - don't think you will find a better buy on the market. Would highly recommend that you purchase.
Date published: 2015-06-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Cams for the price Look, for the price, this is a decent camera. I have 10 of these puppies. Actually, its a mix of these and the 35 Ultra Blackouts, but there’s really not much difference. Pros: Price, ease of use, reliability, battery life, size, setting options. Cons: Picture quality, no auto DST adjustment, wake-up speed. There’s always a balance of shutter speed and light when it comes to photography. If your shutter speed is fast, you easily catch movement clearly, but your pics may be dark and hard to see, especially at greater distances. If your shutter speed is slower, you get great lighting, but any movement is blurred. For a sub-$100 camera, I don’t know what you’re expecting in “auto-adjustment” to get this balance just right. For me, these serve their purpose just fine. I’ll typically try to set them up for a straight-on approach or quartered. This gives the camera time to “wake-up” and get some good pics. Lateral set-ups will result in blurry, hind quarter shots, but if that’s what you’re into, go for it. Battery life is good, but not great. Always keep a gross of AA’s on hand. They say 9 mo of battery life. That may be the case if it never takes a pic, but I typically get 3-4mo of life out of a batch of batteries, depending on camera action. I have some cams that’ll take 2000+ pics a week and I’ll still get several months of battery out of these guys. I consider that to be pretty good. Don’t bother with a solar set-up. I’ve yet to get a solar set-up to work on a camera. I can’t speak to the video quality or features as I’ve never used. Wake-up speed is just OK. Like I said, for close, lateral set-ups you’ll get a lot of hind quarters. Wake-up noise is detectible. Once awake it’s very quite. If a deer is within 10 yrds when it wakes-up, they will look directly at the camera. It does't seem to bother them too much, but they can hear it. A straight-on set-up eleviates this issue as well. It allows the camera to sense movement and wake-up while the animal is still at a fair distance before they can detect the camera. I’ve found Primos customer service to very easy to work with and accommodating. Bottom line. If you’re looking for National Geographic quality photos, look elsewhere. But if you’re trying to see what kind of action you’re getting on a new trail or at a feeder, these will do the trick without breaking the bank.
Date published: 2015-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Reach out into the dark. Have had my cameras in the field for about 3 weeks now and so far I've been very impressed with them. It's very simple to use and it really is able to get some good shots at really long distances at night. I set one up on a pipeline right of way that is over 60 feet wide and I'm getting picks of deer all the way across.
Date published: 2015-12-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from EASY TO USE I am well pleased with these 2 cameras. What a relief to go from C batteries to AA batteries. Not only do they take favorable pictures day and night, the battery life is extremely good! I bought a case of AA batteries on line from Interstate battery(same firm that makes auto batteries) at a good price.
Date published: 2015-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Camera! Great Camera has a very fast detection time I have alot of pictures of noses has a pretty good detection range and pictures look great to me, I've been using 2 for last 2 mints I put lithium batteries in them and they still say 99% so I've been pretty happy with these cameras!
Date published: 2015-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value Used it as soon as it arrived. Speed scouting in-season on a new property. Easy to set up. simple to use. Took great hi-def photos. Would recommend to a friend.
Date published: 2015-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good photos day and night battery life is awesome. Had it a month it hadn't lost any battery life and simple to use.
Date published: 2015-11-03
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When this camera takes a picture is it a red glow or a bright flash? If it glows, then I would need to order the blackout camera. Which camera is better? Thank you

Asked by: Jay G
Red glow...takes great day & night pics for me. I don't use video but for the money this is a great little camera. Blackout or black flash is less noticeable but flash range isn't as far and night pics not quite as good.
Answered by: luv2hunt
Date published: 2015-06-23

can this camera run on a 6 volt battery with power jack

Asked by: booboo
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