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Bushnell Trophy Cam Versus WildGame Innovations Pulse 10

Old 03-04-2012, 05:33 PM
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Default Bushnell Trophy Cam Versus WildGame Innovations Pulse 10

I am currently looking for a couple of new trail cams and have narrowed it down to two different cameras. Would like a little feed back from others with the cameras...
I have done research on trailcampro.com as well as looking at Cabelas, Gander Mountain, and Dicks to see the feedback there but would like a little more...


The following cameras are what I am considering purchasing... What does everyone have to say?

My first camera choice is the Bushnell Trophy Cam


My second camera choice is the WildGame Innovations Pulse 10
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Old 03-05-2012, 09:23 AM
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Default Reminds me

Both companies are veterans in the trail cam market.

I'm a non-nerd hunter who depends on the data from nerds, duly respected, who might never hunt. Besides, most "hunting" cams have a background as security cams first. I'd see what hunters are getting, and do an individual search on the internet for some good nerd recommendations

Are you looking for daytime intelligence; day-night inel cam; or just want a cam to take pictures of deer visiting the feeder. To each a different price required.

" a high-intensity infrared flash"

How intense do you want it at night. Just so a night-time poacher can easily find it in the dark.

"You can also expect brighter, sharper nighttime images than ever before with the addition of Hyper Night Vision Ė with no-glow black LED models available for absolute stealth."

I like cams that don't bother deer, or become noticeable to either deer or poacher, depending who's posing for the picture.

I also judge units by the size of the battery used. And some hunters are satisfied with a lower priced trail cam while others spend as much as possible.

To each his own. But in the end, the price of a trail cam can come down to how good you are at hiding the cam in the woods. Replacements cost money.

Good luck.
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