i have two wildview cameras. one is an infared flash camera, got it on sale for 90 dollars. the other wildview cost me 60 dollars. i also bought a 3rd, but i dont use it. i found it at wal mart for 35 dollars. its the cheapest they make, its a .3 megapixel. the pictures were clear, but tiny format, hard to see them even on the computer. its the cheapest one wildview has, i wouldnt recommend that model. but any of the other ones are good, i like mine. i also have a moultrie 4.0, those are about 100 dollars. i would recommend the moultrie. many great features, takes great pictures, and isnt too terribly expensive.
as someone else said, you get what you pay for. dont go too cheap, youll just have to replace it. i started out with just one and then each year bought another one and now i have a couple. its worth it to limp along with one good one than to buy 3 cheap ones that never work. my moultrie camera is my favorite, i'll be buying more. but if thats a little hard on the wallet, the wildview have been reliable for me as well. ive bought cheaper ones, they worked a few weeks and then were garbage. rain ruins them easier, the flashes dont work, all kinds of issues i had with real cheap ones.