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  • Just done and over Moultrie Cameras

    I have 7 different Moultrie Cameras, and all but 2 are on the work bench because they no longer work. The 5 not working probably cost me in the range of $800 at least. I have switched and am trying different brands. Having mixed results with Wild Game Innovations and I think I kinda hate Stealth Cams - they dont seem to actually trigger all that well.
    Just hate this crap with cameras. I still have 8 cameras on the property but it sucks having 5 in a pile.

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    I'm finding that none of my trail cams have a very long life expectancy. It seems they are good for 2 years maybe 2.5. I don't even leave mine out year round like a lot of folks do.

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      I just bought a Moultrie 888i. We'll see if it last. Seems to be taking good pics so far. I've had the best luck with Bushnell and Browning cams so far. I'll never buy another Cuddeback.
      Eric

      2004 Fishers of Men VA-East Division Champions

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      • #4
        I have had good luck with wild game innovation.
        Oldest camera is 3 years old. Spends every day out in the weather. Also have a 2 year old one same deal. Bet they have taken over 5000 pics each. Still going strong
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        "They call Mike the tin man, not because he has an aluminum boat but because he has no heart..." ~ Squire

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        • #5
          I hate them all... seriously... they all suck at something and rock at nothing.

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