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Wild Game Review (update)

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Wild Game Review (update)

Postby terry08 » Mon Oct 06, 2014 4:17 pm

After rearranging & moving the camera further back from the feed source, 25 ft. I am now happy with the night photos. I am feeding coons, deer & crows.
As stated before, the night photos are a lot brighter on the computer than what they show after posting to the sight. It's only been two days now but I am surprised at the quality of the pictures for a not so expensive camera.
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Re: Wild Game Review (update)

Postby jv » Mon Oct 06, 2014 4:45 pm

They do look good Terry and like you i might get one just see if i can work one and get used to them...with one of the Wildgame did you get. Model # and such.
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Re: Wild Game Review (update)

Postby terry08 » Mon Oct 06, 2014 5:19 pm

Yeah jv, I'll have to look on the box. It's 8 mp came with the batteries & 8 gig chip. Great price of 99. 00, with everything included. Very easy setup. I hated the primos which filled with water, plus took horrible pictures. Prior to that I used stealth cams which I loved but they had regular flash for color night photos. Deer were never spooked by the bright flash. I never thought I would own a Wild Game. If it keeps performing I will be happy. The clarity on the chip is at least 50 percent better than what you see on your end. Don't know why though.
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Re: Wild Game Review (update)

Postby jv » Mon Oct 06, 2014 7:10 pm

Was wandering if it had a white flash or i think I'm right, a black flash.
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Re: Wild Game Review (update)

Postby dustygoodson » Mon Oct 06, 2014 7:37 pm

day time pics are good if the cam was bout 15 feet from feeder night pics would be better i think
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Re: Wild Game Review (update)

Postby terry08 » Tue Oct 07, 2014 3:11 am

Dusty, I had it that close and they improved after moving out to 25.
Jv, the lights glow red I believe. It's not the black ops flash although they do make one.
As I stated what you see on your end is not what I see after uploading off the SD card. I went on Sherrie's new laptop to view on MsDeer, and they are not the same quality as what I see before posting them. Got me to wondering about viewing pictures to review cameras. What I'm seeing may not be the actual quality of a photo.
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