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Stealth Cam makes a SD card reader that you plug into your computer and then plug your SD card into that....but i don't know of any cameras that you plug the reader directly into the camera
 
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My stealth takes a CF card. It came with a cable that allows you to plug the camera right in to the computer or tv I believe. I don't use it. I just go to the woods and switch cards. Quick in and quick out so not to disturb the woods that much I also spray my cameras down with scent killer, but avoid the lens and motion sensor. I think most people just swap cards. Then when I get home I move the files on the card to My Pictures on the computer and then delete the files on the card. Now I have a empty card to switch again. I'll be checking my cameras in the next couple days.
 

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sounds like the way to go ronn
 

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try optics planet they sell scopes binocs and cameras cheap.Ive used em and they are a good company.Ive recomended them and have gotten no complaints:biggrin:
 

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I did not see this camera on the Optics Planet website....but the Moultrie Game Spy 4.0 is a pretty decent camera too.....it does not have the fastest trigger speed but if you have it set up at a feeder you should get some good pics. Comes with an SD card slot too. And for about $100 it is an all around good camera....they actually lowered the price since I bought mine. The flash range is not too bad either (45 feet)
 

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That's Awesome ETD, I hope you're right....
I just ordered the Moultrie Game Spy 4.0,
I figured based on the features and the price It can't be too too bad....
I'm dying to get it so I can hurry up and try it out....
I ended up getting it for $89.99 with 2= 1 Gig SD cards (@ 9.99 each) $121.92 total after shipping
 

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