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Does anyone have this camera? I dont know much about trail cams. It's only 80 bucks at Rogers and I want to get one for Christmas. Heres the features.

-4.0 Mega pixels
-Rapid response time captures moving game
-60-day battery life
-45-ft white flash ensures optimal, viewable shots
-Color day and night pictures
-Video clips during the day
-Imprint time, date and camera ID on every photo or video
-Laser and IR aim for quick and precise camera set-up
-Multi-shot pictures (up to 3 shots)
-Weather-resistant, airtight camera housing and seal
-Operates on 6 D-cell batteries (sold separately)
-Easy to operate LCD menu driven display

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I have one and like it for the price. Sometimes trigger speed bites me, but overall it's fine if you are targeting a bait pile. If you are on a trail or the like, you may want a faster trigger speed. Pictures are good and I hooked mine to an external car battery for extended life.
 

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I got 2..take pretty good pics. Best in its price range

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I have 3 and get thousands of pictures per year on them....maybe not as fast as a the trigger on a cuddeback and battery life is only about 60 days when it's warm out, but for the money good cameras. Put em on a salt lick, scrape, or corn pile and you'll be happy.
 

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[rquote=1504208&tid=104936&author=archer66]I have 3 and get thousands of pictures per year on them....maybe not as fast as a the trigger on a cuddeback and battery life is only about 60 days when it's warm out, but for the money good cameras. Put em on a salt lick, scrape, or corn pile and you'll be happy.[/rquote]

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i have four of them. be sure and keep your receipt for the warranty repair because there's a 50/50 chance you'll need it. .02
 
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