What trail camera's you use?

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RE: What trail camera's you use?

Postby lostmyarrow » Sat Jul 31, 2010 12:13 pm

The following is a list of my cameras: 1) in order of preference, 2) the make and size of SD card each will accept and 3) comments.
 
7 each 2009 model Bushnell Trophy Trail camera: SanDisk, Kodak and Verbatim all in 2GB. (please format the card in the camera). Bushnell recommends SanDisk. A nice small compact camera with fast trigger speed. Long battery life. Two year warranty. Small viewer which isn't worth the price for the viewer. Has a weak buckle: do not over tighten.
 
2 each Spy Point IRB: SanDisk 2GB and Lexar up to 2GB. A large camera. Takes good pictures. One year warranty.
 
10 each WildView Ez Cam: SanDisk 2GB and Lexar up to 2 GB.  Takes good pictures. Works better over a bait. One year warranty. Cheaper camera to buy. Not very reliable.
WildView were my first purchase until other brands came out with video and faster trigger speed.

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RE: What trail camera's you use?

Postby charlie 01 » Tue Aug 24, 2010 5:16 pm

I have 3 Cuddeback captures and am thinking of getting another. I've had some since the fall of 08. Knock on wood, I've had no problems. Before these I had three other brands three of which quit working after a year. The other two I was just not happy with the pictures. One was a wildview. Another was a stealthcam. All in all, I'm very pleased with the cuddeback. When I learn how to, I'll send some pics, I have some great ones.
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RE: What trail camera's you use?

Postby charlie 01 » Mon Aug 30, 2010 6:00 pm

Learned how post pics. Here are some new ones. The buck by the fawn, got both sides of his sheds this spring.

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RE: What trail camera's you use?

Postby Gulfcapt » Tue Aug 31, 2010 12:55 am

NICE NICE NICE
I really enjoy the pics everyone has posted THANKS

Charlie what do you think those deer will score? Or do you even care?

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RE: What trail camera's you use?

Postby gibson2403 » Tue Sep 21, 2010 7:28 am

I always been using the Moultrie D-40 which have been very reliable. Currently have 4 which I'm running on rechargeable 12v batt as 6 D celll get used up very quickly and cost to much to replace. Always use Low Quality Pics since type deer and time are what I need. Moultrie only 12v source is solar cell charger with internal batt, which does not work for me since cameras in heavy cover. D-40 has good trigger speed, but whiteout can be problem at times. Following web site provides a review of Moultrie D-40 Camera http://www.chasingame.com/index.php?id= ... e_D40_2007. Below is camera set up which I use and photo of nice buck.


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RE: What trail camera's you use?

Postby Cgull » Thu Sep 23, 2010 8:08 am

I use 2 Bushnell Trophys, 2 REmington Ir Ghost and a couple of Moultries. I get goo pcis out of all, but I think the Ghost has the best battery life. I paid 59 each for the Ghost at Academy sports, not a bad camer for 59.
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