Posted by DC on 25th Dec 2013
the cameras are easy to set up and pics are good enough for scouting moultrie stands behind their products well and they tend to last for several seasons the new clip for the strap to secure the camera to the tree is easy to use however if used in a public place would be easy to be taken
Posted by Joshua on 22nd Dec 2013
Great cam for 50 bucks. Good battery life, 500+ pics on three of them and the battery light isn't on yet. IR flash is OK. Only good for about 20ft in an open field but in the woods double that. Great value for the price. Equal quality as the ultra 35 for much less.
Posted by Jimmie Phillips on 22nd Dec 2013
I own 14 trail cams and 6 are this one. And I will be buying more at this price!
#1- A bit hard and confusing to setup at 1st, but once you get it, you got it.
#2- The python lock is the only lock (I`ve found) that works with it. So I had to buy bear boxes to keep them safe.
#3- At times it will take blurred pix. If the animal is in motion when the sensor snaps you can get a bad pic. Most I had it set at 5 or 10 seconds so I set a few for 1 second and that took care of 80% of that problem.
#1- And this is the #1 thing about this cam, THE PRICE. If your on a budget (like most of us) or need many cams, ITS GR8 for this price...
#2- It has almost all the setting the high end cams do.
#3- Hitting on a con, once you understand how to set it up, its VERY simple to repeat it. Takes me maybe 2 minutes to unlock an change out card, put it back up and lock it back..
#4- It really does take decent pix! Even night pix are good.
Keep in mind, it is a mid range quality cam and the inner working of the cam like sensor ect are not top of the line. However it does take quality pix and works just fine. Also I use words like good, but GR8 is better.. So you will have to find what works for you and what you need and make your own mind on what good and gr8 are. These cams work super for me and what I need them for as well as my animals and land. I live in Kentucky. The weather is better in Florida and worst in Washing State or Canada! Not to mention we have hills. So it going to work different for different regions and different weather as well as your land and animals you want to pattern..
Hope this helps and GOOD hunting.
Posted by John on 29th May 2013
I like the looks and the information on the camera. I have not gotten to use them yet, but the price is so good for an infra red, I bought two. Horns should be growing now, so I will try them out real soon! Thanks Wing for another good deal.