Hi,if you look back into some of the treads there are a couple of threads that are trail cam advise etc...i use the moultree 4.0 and the moultree ir 60.i just started a thread with some pic.so you can see the quality of moultree.
my father-in-law purchased the moultrie 5.0 outfitter with infrared flash. we are gonna put it up sat. and hope for the best. it had a lot of positive reviews on cabela's site. anyone out there use this cam? i did read that the strap to mount it on the tree was crap so we will have to improvise, any suggestions? thanks in advance!
i have 3 moultries 4.0 from walmart 90$ work good and 1 steath cam.... the steath cam is very fast to shoot...i call the moultries sleepers...they got to wake up ...but work well....the steath has a view screen...i dont use it ,just use a dig cam to look at cards its easy...and i can zoom
put cam out sat am and bro and father in law snuck out and checked it mon am, lots of deer, four bucks in first couple pics, we are gonna use it for a couple weeks at each stand. question, with the internal memory and a 1gb card, how many top quality pics will it store. the book that came with it said that the better quality pics take up more memory, you can pic between low, high, and enhanced quality pics in the setup.thanks, when we get them on laptop i'll try to put them on for ya if i can figure out how!
CHECK OUT chasingame.com THEY TEST JUST ABOUT ALL TRAIL CAMERAS.I USE MOULTRIE D40'S.FOR THE MONEY THEY ARE HARD TO BEAT.YOU MIGHT BE SURPRISED ON WHAT THEY HAVE TO SAY ABOUT SOME OF THE HIGH DOLLAR CAMERAS.
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