|Fig 1. Acorn full frame|
|Fig 2. Acorn centre frame|
I deliberately included a fair amount of sky in the frame to push the dynamic range.
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|Fig 3. Bushnell full frame|
|Fig 4. Bushnell centre frame|
The Bushnell is warmer than natural, while the Acorn is slightly cool and the Prostalk much cooler than natural.
|Fig 5. Prostalk full frame|
|Fig 6. Prostalk centre frame|
The Bushnell dynamic range is by far the best but darker than I would prefer.
The Acorn looses some sky detail and the Prostalk performs poorly with noticeable blue fringing.
Sharpness and clarity.
The Bushnell again performs best while the Acorn is soft in the centre frame image (fig 2). The Prostalk looks sharp in the full frame image (fig 5) but shows the pixels significantly breaking down in the centre frame image (fig 6).
1 Bushnell 2 Acorn 3 Prostalk
Cameras under test are
Acorn 5210A 940nm, Bushnell Trophy Cam 2010 model 119445 and Hawke ProStalk PC2000