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looking back at pics

Postby lugnut » Sat Sep 16, 2006 9:23 am

i was just looking back at pics from my old house. i wonder how big this buck got this year. we moved before the deers antlers started to branch. these pics were taken with a samsung A402 unit that my dad now has. it's not a bad feeder cam

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here's a picture of a rabbit and a turtle. it's the only one i've gotten of a turtle :lol:
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and some coons doing what coons do......eat all of your corn :lol:

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Postby gtk » Fri Sep 22, 2006 6:51 am

lugnut..

how fast is your "A402" cam? is the flash sufficient for nitetime pics? I know its not as fast as the Sony's, but is the pic quality/flash comparable?
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Postby lugnut » Fri Sep 22, 2006 3:30 pm

i get a solid 4 second trigger time. the picture quality is great however the flash range is poor. i do have something to show you though. if you download a free program called picaso (it's a google program for editing pictures) you can make the picture look awsome at night. let me find an example to post.
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Postby lugnut » Fri Sep 22, 2006 3:34 pm

here's the picture of the coons touched up with the program. makes all the difference in the world. i would recommend this camera for a feeder cam. the poor flash can be overcome with some free software.


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