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post #1 of 52 (permalink) Old 12-18-2010, 06:51 AM Thread Starter
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Wildgame Innovations IR-4 Trail Camera Reviews

Got a couple reviews on this camera from tator and gfdeputy2. If your in the market for a new camera I would heed their advice and be wary. When you get reviews like this from real hunters you can take it with more than just a grain of salt.

I have a co worker that runs a bow shop. He sells these cameras and talks about how great they are. Im glad I did not buy one after reading these reviews.

Thanks fellows. Here is a link to their reviews.

http://www.deerhuntersclub.com/hunti...-trail-camera/
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post #2 of 52 (permalink) Old 12-18-2010, 06:36 PM
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buckfever... no offense to you or your friend, but He obviously is 1. extremely lucky or 2. had good luck so far, but just wait..... those cams will fail him.... I'm done with this company. When I first joined DHC I talked highly of these cams. I will admit, they do take good pics when they actually do work. Their trigger time is very slow though.... so i would suggest if purchasing one, put it in front of some feed or scent.

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Yeah Ive read to much bad stuff about them to risk purchasing at this point. Just bought the primos truth 35. We will see how it does.
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BF good luck with the primos reviews seemed good
let me know how you like it as tator mentioned I am also done with them unless something seriously changes there
have not heard any great reviews on anything they make
wish I saved my money & just bought one good camera instead of two junkers
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I also posted a review about these cameras 3 months ago and also about the Primos.

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....as tator mentioned I am also done with them unless something seriously changes there
have not heard any great reviews on anything they make
wish I saved my money & just bought one good camera instead of two junkers

gfdeputy... Have you had the pleasure of calling the BA products company about their faulty cameras? It's almost humerous! It sounds like you are calling someone's house. Not a typical "india sounding" phone call. You talk to the same guy every time! hahaha plus you can hear people in the back ground just talking. haha

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Yes I called twice I think I heard a baby crying & a TV in the backround
I do have to say very sympathetic But acts like I was the 1st person to ever had a problem funny the second time when I told him that it was my second time with my second camera I almost wanted to tell him to just keep them both as I was already out another $10 total $20 I did tell him the cameras were not worth what I paid to ship them let alone the price I paid for them
He didn't have much to say about that one
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I did tell him the cameras were not worth what I paid to ship them let alone the price I paid for them
I absolutely agree!

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Hell i kinda like mine
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well guest you may be one of the lucky ones which are far & few just sent both mine back for the last time

I just purchased a D55IR for under $100 which I should have done in the first place still may get a Primos truth also
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