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Old 07-15-2010, 04:49 PM
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I have a Moultrie IR camera and while I dropped just under $200, the same camera now sells for around $150. I've had mixed feelings on the Moultrie - regardless of what they say about "wake up speed" the camera seems a little slow to me. I put it on trails, not food plots or a feeder, so the deer are moving, and I get a lot of shots with deer butts and tails, or nothing at all. Daylight pictures are usually pretty sharp, but now that I've had it out for a little over a year the IR filter tends to get stuck, and I get daytime black and white pictures. Some of the night pictures are a little blurry too. Obviously this is a loud camera, as you can tell from the expression of surprise on the deer.

My next camera will have to have a quicker trigger speed, and will probably be the IR Cuddeback Capture - jury is still out on the Primos.

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