Phone for trail camera viewer
Well i did get it to work(awsome)
I have a older i r trail camera with a big S D card slot but i had a -big to micro-converter and my wifes old phone has a side port for micro S D card. So now all i have to do is pull out the micro card from trail camera put it in the phone look on gallery and view picks-put it back in and good to go.
A much simpler way to check pics. Im jealous.
This is a great idea to check the pics on the field. At the first time I think about it when I went to check my trail cameras after leave it around 3 weeks but I forget to think about SD card size, so I must take it back to the home to check its pics.
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GPS works well too I use the one from my car as it has a bigger screen & takes a full size sd card
I bought one of those moultrie pic viewers and used it for about a month- then got tired of squinting and went back to my laptop
HUH what's the matter Tator can't see so well anymore you getting old?
next thing you will be dragging out the Big screen TV to check cameras
that on is for HM
When I got my first camera--Cuddeback Capture--I didn't know that you needed a viewer(theirs) that was compatible with their firmware. You can't use a digital cam etc. as a viewer like you can with most everyone elses cams. After a lot of looking I found a viewer made by Sungale, and they guaranteed it would read EVERYONE's firmware and it reads the card from the Cuddeback. At that time it was $60, now I see them for about $40 or $45. It has a 3 1/2" screen which is fairly decent, but still not clear enough for background detail, like Tator said. Between this and all the trouble I had with that cam you could not pay me to have another Cudde.
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