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Old 02-11-2015, 03:19 AM
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What's up guys! just wanting to get some opinions on which trail cameras you guys prefer. I'm looking to get another. As of right now I have 4 Wildgame Innovations camera's and really haven't had a lot of trouble being they are all 4-5 years old. But I'm already counting on at least one to go out before October so I'm wanting a replacement. What's your favorites?
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Old 02-17-2015, 03:03 PM
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Moultrie M-80 it works best with energizer lithiums.
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Old 03-19-2015, 10:50 AM
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I have Moultrie too
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Old 03-19-2015, 11:16 PM
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Browning Trail cams are the hottest on the market right now. Ranked 2nd to reconyx at 1/5 the price. Can't beat the functions, quality, speed, and pics for the price. The Strike force and dark ops sub micros are the hottest sellers right now. Ive many of both out and all the cams have taken 10-12K+ pics since October 1st and are still all at 96-100% battery with 6 AA lithium batterys. All cameras took pics in -24 to -28 degree temps and one took pics of a a coyote trotting through on 3 shot burst in January after taking 9K pics with first pic 1/4 into frame 2nd pic 2/3 in frame and 3rd pic center frame. Buddy has pics of him doing food plot trimming and he dropped his pruners and it had 3 shot burst on and got all 3 pics of the pruner as it fell to the ground. These things really work. Can set them maximum to take a 6 shot burst every 5 seconds if wanted, HD video, time lapse modes, 70-100ft flash range, ect. They get every squirrel and crow but don't trip on tweety birds. Can't beat them for the price. Let me know if you need to get ahold of any. I deal them. $135 for strike force and $155 for dark ops. Kyle

Haven't had the chance to load many pics but here are a few if you have fb access. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...6342347&type=3

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Old 03-26-2015, 04:46 PM
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I have 4 Moultrie M-80XDs and 1 M-80 Black. They all work great. They are all at least 2 years old and I have received 1000s of pictures from them.
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