Over the last few seasons, I’ve used plenty of Primos’ Proof Cam2 trail cameras, which is the predecessor to their new AutoPilot, and I’ve largely been impressed with their performance, battery life, and perhaps most important, the ease of use. The Autopilot promises to take that simplicity a step farther; simply enter a few settings, strap the cam to a tree, turn it on, and you’re set. The Autopilot features a 16-megapixel camera, 48 low-glow LEDs, a .3 second trigger, and a 100-foot detection zone, all at a very reasonable price. When I spotted this camera earlier this year at the annual ATA show, I immediately thought “Dad-camera.” My 89-year-old father likes to help me with all things deer, but anything involving technology seriously challenges him. I think he could handle the uber-simple Autopilot with ease, and I plan to get one in his hands this fall.