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Old 11-10-2011, 04:52 AM
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Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: St. Johns, Mi
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I ended up buy the moultrie ir55. Trigger speeds are a little slow but if you angle it down a trail your able to get a lot more pitcures and ussually once they get to the camera they will stop and stare at that point. Haven't had any problems yet. I put it out in August and change out the card every week or so and average about 50 to 75 pictures (3 picture burst) a week and still on the origanal batteries (at 70% left). The time, temp, and date stamp are great to being able to better pattern deer or to move the camera depending on the area there coming or going to be able to catch them in shooting light. Overall very happy with it and little over $100 and can have a 16mb card that will hold close to 10,000 8mg pixel pictures.
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