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CuddeBack Digital, YES or NO ???

Old 11-26-2004, 12:04 PM
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Default CuddeBack Digital, YES or NO ???

Should I get one? Or Is there a Better Digital One?
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Old 11-26-2004, 06:17 PM
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Ive been looking at several digital cameras and I think the cuddeback is the best for the money and for battery life. I just bought one off ebay for just a little over 300 bucks new in the box and there are several on there. I cant wait to get it put up.
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Old 11-26-2004, 06:28 PM
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It appears the consensus on most forums is that the Cuddeback and Leaf River are two of the better digital cams out there. I have the Leaf River and am happy with it but I have heard good things about the Cuddeback. I think you can get the Leaf River for a little less money though....
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Old 11-26-2004, 07:14 PM
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I have used several different cams including a few Digis. The Stealth Digi I was not happy with at all, the main reason was the fact that it ate the 8AA batteries every 4 to 5 days! I also found MANY of my pics just had deer rumps exiting the photo. I then exchanged these for Cuddeback units. They, IMO, are a much better unit and batts last for about a month. There are just a few things on the Cuddeback that I would like to see changed. I then tried a Leaf River Digi and this unit, IMO, is THE best one yet! In fact, I sent our other units back to Cabela's in exchange for more Leaf Rivers! These units have 2 month battery life, excellent features and options, incredibly easy set-up, and just flat out takes a high quality pic. The only thing I do differently with my LRs is add a MasterLock Pyton to secure and theft proof the units. http://www.jesseshunting.com/site/if...FosCommerce%2F has the LR models with the LCD screen for $319. That's a great buy on a great cam! You can check the Bowhunting Gear Review forum for some pics from these units.
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