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Wildlife cameras

Postby Kreutz » Mon, 28 Jul 2014 09:16:05

Hey hunter-folk, I need to know about those motion activated wildlife cameras some of you use to track game. Are they expensive? If so, can they be rented?

I need one for a little while to see wtf is raiding my garden in the dead of night. Is a time stamp a standard feature on these things?

Thanks for any input!


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Re: Wildlife cameras

Postby Taggure » Mon, 28 Jul 2014 09:39:50

Hey Brian

I picked mine up at walmart for $25 clearance last year after hunting season. they are normaly around $50 - 75 depends on what you are after. It is already out in the woods though.

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Re: Wildlife cameras

Postby Kreutz » Mon, 28 Jul 2014 10:24:26

I thought they'd be over a hundred bucks (and thus not worth it to save a few plants) but I'm glad to hear they're affordable.

Once I know what it is, which way it's coming from, and when it likes to come...it is on.


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Re: Wildlife cameras

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Re: Wildlife cameras

Postby Taggure » Mon, 28 Jul 2014 11:15:33

Oh yeay and DTS is a standard feature on them as well
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