As an avid user of the Bushnell Trophy Cam since it's release, I know it's weakness has always been with the night vision capabilities. In the past, nighttime pictures were usually dark and only objects directly in front of the camera were well lit. On burst mode the pictures would noticeably get darker with each shot. The problem, however, is that it's a challenge to fix. Increasing the shutter speed means moving animals will be frozen in time with little to no blur, but less light will enter the camera resulting in darker images. Slowing down the shutter speed means a higher amount of light enters the camera and brightens the entire picture, but this is usually at the expense of sharp nighttime pictures, and any quick or sudden movements are blurred.