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RWK 08-16-2016 09:39 AM

cameras
 
What are the top 5 cameras. i,m sick of cameras going dead in a couple of months amd makers say they do'nt fix them any more.

mrbb 08-16-2016 09:57 AM

reconyx game camera, Buck eye cam's
are about the tops and there price tags show it

I have had very good luck with Cuddybacks, have a few that are 10+ yrs old and still working, running 24/7/365 too!

but to be honest minus the top two on my list, I have seen fiolks buy a few of each and some work GREAT and some suck of same model

its like buying a puppy some times, pick of the litter
seems all the lower end camera's don't have as tight of a control over QC as the top two??

but I do know, MOST times you buy sub 200 dollar cam's
you can get JUNK
slow wake up, slow trigger speeds and poor pic quality, or battery life, or just not happy some days and work great others??
I think humidity and moisture ate a cam's biggest issue's
small amounts of even condensation on circuit boards plays heck with there brains at times?/


but if you want pretty flawless cam's
you have to open the wallet

NOT saying cheaper cam's don't work have a few that do great, but back to pick of the litter, can buy 4 like cam's and have 2 that work great and 2 that SUCK
they just they can be hit and miss!

been running trail cam's since the mid 90's
so been at this a long time, maybe went thru about 75 cam's over the yrs, too many crooks in my area?

rockport 08-16-2016 10:06 AM

Ive had great luck with the cheap moultrie A5 cameras. (about $55 per on ebay)

BladeGuy87 08-16-2016 12:32 PM

I like the cuddeback cameras and have used the wild game innovations. Both have lasted multiple season and no problems as of yet.

pnut 08-16-2016 02:52 PM

I love my Reconyx but the new Brownings are awesome for the price.

Rob in VT 08-16-2016 03:58 PM

Had several Wildgame Innovation cams for several years. But their customer service sucks. Went with Stealth Cams and so far so good, about a year of constant use. I refuse to spend a lot as I have had them stolen before. These were about $80 each (G30 model).

BrushyPines 08-16-2016 07:52 PM


Originally Posted by rockport (Post 4269493)
Ive had great luck with the cheap moultrie A5 cameras. (about $55 per on ebay)

Ditto or a WGI. Both cheap, durable and reliable! I've had the same cameras for multiple years now.

fatih 09-28-2016 01:00 AM

l recommend yo sony dsc qx10 model to use in your recording of hunting adventure

BigDaddy12t 09-29-2016 11:45 AM

I know a lot of guys are using this one, and it has some great reviews. I have not tried it, but if I was in the market, this is the one I would get.

http://www.cabelas.com/product/hunti...Tz_stype%3DGNU

North Mountain Gear 01-07-2017 05:42 PM

Look into USA Trailcams. They come with 2 year warranties.

BRUSE 01-30-2017 12:34 PM

I tried the brownings this year I got them on sale for 90 at cabelas. I left the out from sep to Jan. They took good pics so far


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