I have 3 Moutrie D-40'S & use 512MB cards. I read somewhere that 2 GB cards are slower for some reason. Is this true?
Another question: Moultrie indicates that the operating range is above 32 degrees. I have my cameras out now, but have not checked them. I live in upstate NY where it has been been below 20 for a week. Any experience out there on how the camera operates at these temps?
The 2Gb cards are flash memory, no moving parts to it and from a technological standpoint the camera does not operate any faster or slower when writing the digital image to the storage device.
As for the temps, mine operates and has taken pictures just fine in Temps hovering just above 0 degrees, but i have heard your battery life decreases rapidly in much colder temps...as I understand it, its like car batteries using a lot more of their juice on cold winter starts. I know during that recent cold snap my cam batteries died a lot quicker than normal.
[font=tahoma]I agree with DeanoZ. [/font]
[font=tahoma]2GB SD cards don't act any different (although the 4GB, 8GB, & 16GB, SDHC cards did not work in my camera)[/font]
[font=tahoma]And the cold slows down the camera a bit and definitely eats up the batteries a lot quicker![/font]