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dbllunged 12-12-2016 11:20 AM

Go to Walmart.com and buy the Moultrie 900i. You wont find a better cheap ($89) camera for the money. It is no glow camera which can be set up for several different situations. I will say cheaper cameras don't catch everything a $500 camera will catch though.

Nomercy448 12-12-2016 09:27 PM

I have cuddleback, Moultrie, browning, Bushnell, primos, and wild game innovations cameras. Bushnell trophy cams are the only ones I recommend.

The only down side I could comment about the Bushnell cams is the potential to get thousands upon thousands of pictures during windy days. But I'll get literally hundreds more photos in a week of actual game, especially at night with Bushnells than any other brand. Most of my cams are 3-5yrs old, but I usually add one or two more each season. We put out 27 cams this season. About 1/2 of them bushnells, a third of them moultries, and the rest odds and ends.

I tend to get them for $150-200 each season. Often less on sale, or through Cabelas club deals where I get extra Cabelas credit back on them (10-20% back).

Jenks 12-20-2016 04:33 AM

Cheap??? Wal-Mart is selling a Bresser 5MP for $29.88. Is it any good? I don't know but I bought one. The reviews are mixed, it does not give moon phase or time but it is supposed to make a decent picture. It has a postage size screen on the front to view the photos on. We will see if it was worth $30 or not but it will be next year.

flyinlowe 12-21-2016 09:46 AM

I ended up ordering the Moultrie D900 from Wal Mart. Not sure if they are an older model or what but there weren't many of them on Amazon which surprised me. One I did find on there was priced at $300.00 SMH

kellyguinn 12-28-2016 10:30 AM

I have a couple Brownings and so far I like them. Like others have said though its hit or miss most of the time with trail cameras. I try to get them at end of season sales

mountlake 03-06-2017 08:52 PM

If you are looking for HD then you could try Bushnell or Plotwatcher.

vans 03-08-2017 02:05 AM


Originally Posted by vans (Post 4284500)
Reconyx
Like you, I didn't know what to buy, I did the research and picked up a pair, cost is higher but they seem worth it. I've taken some nice pics so far

Just like he said

Outdoorlivin 03-08-2017 07:52 AM

Anything by StealthCam

IdahoHunt 03-20-2017 03:02 AM

I bought two Stealth Cam P18 last year and they are probably my favorite cameras I have, not to expensive either. I'm going to be trying Stealth Cams PX14 and see how I like them since they are the cheaper cameras by Stealth Cam

TN Lone Wolf 04-10-2017 07:09 PM


Originally Posted by Hatfield Hunter (Post 4284400)
My opinion---Moultrie---best for the money ! reasonable--easy to use and reliable

I second this.


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