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Hunting Gear

Best Game Cameras

Uploaded on August 17, 2010

I am looking into getting a game camera but am stuck between 2.
http://www.poorfish.com/p-7879-mckenzie-hunters-buck-ii-3d-target.aspx
http://www.poorfish.com/p-9076-moultrie-game-spy-i-35-infrared-game-came...

Anybody used these or have other ones I should look for in the $200 range.

Thanks

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from machinegunner wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

I did not look, I have a Moultrie. What a great company! Some kids broke one of mine, last year, in the safety box, they (company) shipped parts (FREE) and I fixed it myself! WORKS great. I know they and some cameras may not have that trigger speed at a 200.oo camera compared to a 500.00 -- 700.00 reconynx, etc.. but mine work great!

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from yellowvane wrote 3 years 34 weeks ago

That's good to know. I always like to know which manufactures have great customer service. Moultrie seems to make a quality game camera for the price.

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from jlbaxa wrote 3 years 33 weeks ago

I have 2 moultrie I40's and I like them.They aren't the best for setting on trails but are great for feeding areas. Slow trigger and shutter speed seems to be the culprit. I just won a Cuddeback Camera off of Roosterbids.com for $1.30 plus shipping so I am going to give it a try. I am super excited.

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from yellowvane wrote 3 years 32 weeks ago

jlbaxa

You got them for $1.30???

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from jlbaxa wrote 3 years 31 weeks ago

that was the final auction price. its a penny auction site. if you haven't ever used a penny auction site the concept is a little hard to understand but basically you by your bids in advance at 50 cents a bid, you pay the final auction price, and shipping. so total i used 20 bids, paid 1.30, and 15 shipping. so total I had $26.30 in the camera. Awesome price huh? You should check out the site they sell all sorts of outdoor gear.

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from jlbaxa wrote 3 years 31 weeks ago

that was the final auction price. its a penny auction site. if you haven't ever used a penny auction site the concept is a little hard to understand but basically you by your bids in advance at 50 cents a bid, you pay the final auction price, and shipping. so total i used 20 bids, paid 1.30, and 15 shipping. so total I had $26.30 in the camera. Awesome price huh? You should check out the site they sell all sorts of outdoor gear.

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from machinegunner wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

I did not look, I have a Moultrie. What a great company! Some kids broke one of mine, last year, in the safety box, they (company) shipped parts (FREE) and I fixed it myself! WORKS great. I know they and some cameras may not have that trigger speed at a 200.oo camera compared to a 500.00 -- 700.00 reconynx, etc.. but mine work great!

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from yellowvane wrote 3 years 34 weeks ago

That's good to know. I always like to know which manufactures have great customer service. Moultrie seems to make a quality game camera for the price.

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from jlbaxa wrote 3 years 33 weeks ago

I have 2 moultrie I40's and I like them.They aren't the best for setting on trails but are great for feeding areas. Slow trigger and shutter speed seems to be the culprit. I just won a Cuddeback Camera off of Roosterbids.com for $1.30 plus shipping so I am going to give it a try. I am super excited.

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from yellowvane wrote 3 years 32 weeks ago

jlbaxa

You got them for $1.30???

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