I own one of the captures and my buddies cousin just bought on of the scout guards....so far they both have pro's and cons. The capture is every thing advertised in relation to trigger speed and ease of use. Multi pics in is not that much of an issue, it gets the job done very well. Battery life which i had heard was bad is actually pretty good. The only thing I don't like is the rinky dink strap system they come with.....i would rather have an eye bolt like my expert does that i can run a bicycle cable lock thru. As to the scout it appears to be doing great. The IR is not quite what it was cracked up to be but the video it takes is top notch. I just didnt want to risk $ on one because we have never seen them down here until this year and I know what kind of quality cuddeback puts out. The last time i strayed I got hung with a Leaf River 3IBR...which at the time was about the same as a cuddeback expert flash model....As game cameras go its a great boat anchor. I do also have 2 of the moultrie cameras that were bought new and handed over to me this year by a pipeliner buddy with the instructions to e-mail him some good pics. I don't much care for these camera's in that they are heavy,big&bulky, a touch on the complicated side if you get away from the default -auto settings....and 6 d cells vs 4 in a cudde' for the same # of pictures is not to great...the picture quality is decent but again not as good as even the capture model and certainly not the scoutguard. In cameras you get what you payfor unless its a Leaf river.[:D] JMO
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