Unfortunately when a mouse is this close to the camera the image tends to be out of focus. Regardless, with some detective work you might be able to be reasonably sure of the species. This looks like a Pygmy Mouse (Dwergmuis) to me.
The photo was taken a few weeks ago at the same spot as the Honey Badger. People sometimes look at images like these (and much better ones on other websites) and think that it is easy to do camera trapping. Now I can't speak for everybody, for me it definitely is not easy and requires a lot of hard work, patience and "thinking". People also underestimate how frustrating it can be. However, if you can handle the cons, then the pros are well worth it. If you stay positive and enjoy it for what it is the experience as a whole is a lot of fun :)