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Old 08-03-2011, 02:18 PM
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Thanks again guys!!
lead next time I check my cams (in another 2 weeks or so) I will organize and post the pics by the make and model of each cam. for example I will post all the M-80 pics under M-80 pics, all the I-40 pics under I-40 all the BTC pics under BTC., etc. etc.
But currently I am running:
M-80's
I -40's
D-40's
D-55
D-55 IR
BTC's
X6C's
Wildview Xtreme 4 & 5's
Awesome! Thank you!

Now 1 question, From what i understand about ir cams 1 way they get more "light" in the nite pic is to have the shutter stay open longer but when they do that it also causes more motion blur in the pic. What im getting at is the new m80 has very bright nite pics and with your experience so far with this cam compared to your other ir cams that you have or run in the past how do they compare?
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Old 08-03-2011, 04:59 PM
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Lead the M-80 is by far the brightest IR. cam I have seen. Im actually considering using some electrical or duct tape to cover up some of the lcd lights up to make them less bright. Pike
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Old 08-03-2011, 05:05 PM
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Lead the M-80 is by far the brightest IR. cam I have seen. Im actually considering using some electrical or duct tape to cover up some of the lcd lights up to make them less bright. Pike
What about motion blur at night?
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Old 08-03-2011, 05:07 PM
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Lead the blur isnt bad at all, this is about as bad as it gets.
Also the feeder in the back ground is 25 yards from the cam and the large tree behind the feeder is 30 yards, just to show you how bright the IR.'s are. Pike
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Old 08-03-2011, 05:17 PM
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Lead for comparison, here is a couple pic's from one of my Wildview Xtreme 5 cams last year which have awesome white flash range on the same tree as the m-80 this year. You cant see the feeder in the back ground at all. Pike


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Old 08-03-2011, 05:33 PM
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I can live with that blur especially if you have it set to take more then 1 pic. Good comparison! As always, your a plethora of knowledge! Thanks again!
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Old 08-04-2011, 09:04 AM
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Lead your more than welcome!! Thanks for teaching me how to spell ""plethora""Pike
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Lead your more than welcome!! Thanks for teaching me how to spell ""plethora""Pike
I had to look it up.
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