1 Bad Angle
It's tempting to blame butt shots and deerless images on a unit's trigger time. In fact, a poor setup could be the real cause. Never point the camera perpendicular to a deer trail. Instead, aim it at a quartering angle to give it more time to capture a moving whitetail. Whenever possible, mount the camera 10 or 12 feet high on a tree and point it downward. This helps keep a flash from spooking deer, and you won't get fuzzy exposures against treeless horizons.