Cuddeback Capture

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Gr8ToutDoors
 
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RE: Cuddeback Capture

Postby Gr8ToutDoors » Tue Feb 24, 2009 4:30 pm

I use a the Cuddeback Capture and I have never had problems with it so far. The battery life has been great so far and the trigger speed has been proven over and over in getting great running pics. I'll see if I can put a couple up for ya.  Sorry I don't know how to shrink the picture without cropping it. 

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RE: Cuddeback Capture

Postby reeper0697 » Tue Feb 24, 2009 4:43 pm

Gr8ToutDoors,
 
Was that the first shot taken of the deer or did you have it on a multishot setting and it took a picture right before that one? If that was the first one then that is an impressive trigger speed!
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RE: Cuddeback Capture

Postby gunther89 » Sat Feb 28, 2009 7:07 am

I would take a guess its the first shot.  The trigger speed on my capture is unreal.  I had the camera a good distance away from a fence and it was triggering deer jumping the fence.  All the other camera's I have had never did that.  I really looking forward to this summer and then the rut.  I should be able to get alot more pictures.
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RE: Cuddeback Capture

Postby bkwtr » Thu Mar 05, 2009 4:28 pm

www.chasingame.com is an interesting trail camera review site. They seem upright and fair in their reviews. Also they don't sell any trail cams!
 
www.trailcampro.com is also interesting. They do sell cams.
 
I'm close to picking up a ScoutGuard SG550v - fantastic reviews from everyone.
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RE: Cuddeback Capture

Postby gogreen » Sat Mar 07, 2009 6:01 am

I just bought a Capture to go along with 2 Cuddeback No Flash.
Hope it is just as good as the NoFlash. 
Battery life on the NoFlash was great, at least 2 months, and the pictures were good.
I have had Cuddebacks for about 5 years, the first was the film version.
I tried a couple Stealth Cams (film version) that I got for $100 for 2 and those
are junk. I guess you get what you pay.
I am not a fan of the triggers on the Stealth Cams compared with Cuddeback's triggers.
I love using these cameras!

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