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$250 gift card to spend at bass pro what trail cam to get

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by futurerider103, Aug 21, 2014.

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  1. futurerider103

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    I don't want to spend a dime more just want to use up the card what do you recommend?
    It must take night time pics as well.
     
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    I'd buy two of the Moultrie M-880's ($130 each). If you just wanted one, probably a Bushnell Trophy Cam.

    I have both and like them about equally. Both have great battery life on 8 AA's (thousands of pictures and months of use), and the small form factor is nice. I think the M-880 has a security feature that requires a code to use it so it's useless if stolen, a nice feature.
     
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    Spypoint or believe it or not, Browning make a great trail camera too. Can only attest to their pictures on the Browning though. Not the battery's life. My Spypoint IR6 and 7 are still on the same set of batteries after 2 years and tons of pics and videos.
     
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    I was looking at the Spypoint IR7. How does it compare to the Cuddeback e3
     
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    The Spypoint IR-7 (for me) has been a great camera. Fast trigger speed, clear pictures in day or night. ZERO whiteout shots. And good clear sound on the videos. God help you if there is a cricket by the camera though.

    I have not personally owned a Cuddeback. I read a LOT of bad reviews online on other forums. And it really turned me off. I never listen to "what the pros say" on TV because they will say whatever the sponser tells them too. So I read, and read, and read some more. Chose the Spypoint and couldn't be happier. Ymmv of course. I have heard the two best cameras Spypoint ever made were the IR-6 and IR-7. The newer cameras don't get near the praise of those two.
     
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