RE: what trailcam?
It depends on what you are using it for. If you are looking for good deer, and all you care about is the size of the horns, then look for cheaper models. If you are going to enter the pictures in contests, pay attention to the megapixels. Some of them also add features, like moon phases and temperatures. It is going to depend on how detailed you want them to be. Stealth Cam, Moultrie, and Wild View make some great cameras that are fairly inexpensive. Cuddeback is definately the Cadillac of cameras in my opinion, but you ultimately have to decide. Good Luck, and share the photos with us!
Hunters ed instructor. Boone and crockett associate measurer. Woodline bucks taxidermy owner.