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Looking into new trail cams, what do you recommend?

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Re: Looking into new trail cams, what do you recommend?

Postby BDHunts » Sun Nov 24, 2013 2:11 pm

I love my Cuddeback Attacks...
My second most dependable with the best Battery life is my HCO Scoutguard 550

Bought the Stealthcam Core at Academy on sale for like $70 bucks, over the summer. Had the latch break and CS was excellent. Battery life is very good and picture quality is not bad.

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Re: Looking into new trail cams, what do you recommend?

Postby medic2104 » Sat Nov 30, 2013 8:47 am

Last year Primos had to send me 3 replacement cameras before I got one that would work, they did ok with getting them to me, but I have already had problems this year. Found out that they want read a sd card after it has been placed in a digital camera, and it will lock up and run down the batteries with the first picture you try to take. But all I had to do was reformat the sd. They take good pictures when it works
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Re: Looking into new trail cams, what do you recommend?

Postby kramer_192 » Sun Dec 01, 2013 4:20 pm

I like the covert cams. I put 8 lithium batteries in them over a feeder at the beginning of summer and I have yet to have to change the batteries. I am sure it has taken well over 15000 pics. My next in line is a homebrew but like GTK said it is cheaper to by them now.
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Re: Looking into new trail cams, what do you recommend?

Postby e_smith06 » Mon Dec 02, 2013 3:47 pm

I picked up a Browning Range Ops off of amazon for less than $90, and I am very pleased so far. Fast trigger, and reset. The range ops is the cheapest in their line-up, plan to buy a few more during the off season.
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