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PostPosted: 12 Dec 2007, 19:33 
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has any body had any luck with wild view trail cameras
am looking at getting one

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I have the cheapest one they make I think. I got it from Gander Mtn. and it came with batteries, and a memory card. I just got it before the season and I mounted it WAY too high, so I got no pics. It did take pictures of me when I walked in front of it though, so that's fast enough for me. If you want pictures that look like they came from a regulare 35mm camera then you need something else. If you want to see the pics it got of me I could email them to you so you can see the quality. My batteries lasted the full 2 weeks I had it out and the low battery light still isn't on. For the price I say you can't beat them. You buy it, and if it gets broke or stolen it's still cheaper than $500. You can replace it 3 or 4 times before you have the money of a more expensive ones. I would be real pissed if I got a 500 dollar trail cam stolen. A 90 dollar one doesn't worry me too much.

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I have never used them but I highly recommend either the Moultrie or if you can afford it, a Cuddeback, I have a cuddeback noflash and I LOVE it.

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we got one from wally world for like sixty dollars and it works fine. i also have a wildlife eye that i got for around five hundred dollars and i love it because i can see the footage in the field. but then again i dont trap in a high theft area but i also lock it up with two bullet proof locks and a HUGE cable. but it also helps me with my scouting for trapping

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