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Re: security/trail camera

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Rick Kr

11-27-2013 17:07:51

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My Moultrie is going on its third winter. Cant remember the model number, picked it up on close out for $70. No problems. It does seem to like batteries when it colder out. But it also takes around 300 pictures a week. I get a month of out 6 D cells in it.


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11-27-2013 17:37:52

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 Re: security/trail camera in reply to Rick Kr, 11-27-2013 17:07:51  
I've had a Bushnell for a couple of years now and it has been ok. Good battery life. Night time pics are a little grainy sometimes. Daytime quite good.
This is a night time shot from earlier this month.

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11-28-2013 04:57:34

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 Re: security/trail camera in reply to rusty6, 11-27-2013 17:37:52  

Ditto on your comments....batteries will hod up well thru winter......night pics could be better.

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wile E

11-27-2013 17:30:32

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 Re: security/trail camera in reply to Rick Kr, 11-27-2013 17:07:51  
What is the range of a trail camera? Will it pick up a person/car/truck at 250 feet and take their picture. I want to buy a few of these to keep trespassers off my land, and my road.

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Rick Kr

11-28-2013 18:41:46

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 Re: security/trail camera in reply to wile E, 11-27-2013 17:30:32  
Checked mine today. I have it 20 feet from the baitpile. From the camera to the fence row is 43 feet. It will pick up the tractor and combine a pass or two in. So maybe 90 feet tops. And a combine and big 4wd JD 9000 series is a little bigger than truck you are trying to capture.


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Rick Kr

11-27-2013 19:27:45

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 Re: security/trail camera in reply to wile E, 11-27-2013 17:30:32  
On mine I would say the effective range is maybe 70-80feet. It does pick up the combine and tractor of the neighbor during harvest.


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