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#5666376 - 03/24/15 12:31 AM Trail Cam Recommendations
miked1 Offline
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Registered: 08/25/13
Posts: 35
Need to buy two or three new trail cams. Would prefer not to spend $500 on Reconyx...
Just need something to take good stills day and night. Would probably prefer something other than incandescent flash to minimize spooking game.
What are you using that you are happy with for less than $200. Thanks.

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#5666404 - 03/24/15 05:45 AM Re: Trail Cam Recommendations [Re: miked1]
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Browning 8mp, $115 or less

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#5666405 - 03/24/15 05:46 AM Re: Trail Cam Recommendations [Re: miked1]
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Primos ultra blackouts have worked well for us and simple to use. Also the Moultries overall are good - we run around 20 cameras so we have experimented with a lot of them
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#5666476 - 03/24/15 06:58 AM Re: Trail Cam Recommendations [Re: miked1]
JRJ6 Offline
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Registered: 03/13/14
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Loc: Dallas, TX
I have used the Bushnell cameras for a few years now with good success

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#5666477 - 03/24/15 06:59 AM Re: Trail Cam Recommendations [Re: miked1]
stxranchman Offline
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Registered: 08/04/10
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I have had good luck in the past with Primos Truth, SpyPoint and Bushnell cams. All were IR cams.
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#5666480 - 03/24/15 07:02 AM Re: Trail Cam Recommendations [Re: miked1]
Western Offline
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Registered: 04/20/11
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Loc: Wise County Texas
Browning Strike Force, for the $ no question IMO. Mine beat any I have had, but avoid the Black OPs model, it would work best for guarding an entrance door or similar.

This one , then look around the site, great write ups on most main models. I see they took down the 2014 reviews as they are reviewing the 2015 models, last year rated as best buy.

http://www.trailcampro.com/browningstrikeforcereview.aspx
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#5666712 - 03/24/15 09:29 AM Re: Trail Cam Recommendations [Re: miked1]
blazin Offline
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I've had good results with the Moultrie brand.
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#5666726 - 03/24/15 09:36 AM Re: Trail Cam Recommendations [Re: stxranchman]
SniperRAB Offline
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Originally Posted By: stxranchman
I have had good luck in the past with Primos Truth, SpyPoint and Bushnell cams. All were IR cams.



Any of the above and anything but Wildgame Innovations
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#5666732 - 03/24/15 09:38 AM Re: Trail Cam Recommendations [Re: SniperRAB]
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Originally Posted By: SniperRAB
Originally Posted By: stxranchman
I have had good luck in the past with Primos Truth, SpyPoint and Bushnell cams. All were IR cams.



Any of the above and anything but Wildgame Innovations


or Cuddyback - horrible
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#5666749 - 03/24/15 09:49 AM Re: Trail Cam Recommendations [Re: tlk]
Navasot Offline
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Registered: 09/22/11
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Loc: Normangee/Navasota TX
Originally Posted By: tlk
Originally Posted By: SniperRAB
Originally Posted By: stxranchman
I have had good luck in the past with Primos Truth, SpyPoint and Bushnell cams. All were IR cams.



Any of the above and anything but Wildgame Innovations


or Cuddyback - horrible


I got some old cuddybacks that are pretty sweet.. these were the ones as big as a brick though
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#5666765 - 03/24/15 09:57 AM Re: Trail Cam Recommendations [Re: miked1]
Navasot Offline
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Registered: 09/22/11
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Loc: Normangee/Navasota TX
This is the only camera ill buy anymore... 4AA batteries is all to run it..

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#5666847 - 03/24/15 10:36 AM Re: Trail Cam Recommendations [Re: miked1]
Whiptail Offline
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Registered: 10/13/13
Posts: 120

I bought one a refurbished one off this site for $50 and it actually works pretty good.

http://texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbth...ES_#Post5558528

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#5666967 - 03/24/15 11:54 AM Re: Trail Cam Recommendations [Re: miked1]
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Primos has refurbished equipment of all kinds on their website, to include cameras but it can be it and miss.You just have to check back from time to time.
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#5668439 - 03/25/15 08:50 AM Re: Trail Cam Recommendations [Re: 7ARanch]
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Registered: 07/13/09
Posts: 1881
Loc: Franklin, Tx Hunt in Panola ...
Bushnell Trophy cam has been by far my best camera. It finally crapped out this past season. Got about 8 or so years out of it. Just bought 2 called Bresser. Looks just like the Bushnell and has the same guts for half the price. Got them for $71 thru Sportsmanguide. So far, they have been taking great pics.

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#5669841 - 03/26/15 07:08 AM Re: Trail Cam Recommendations [Re: miked1]
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Registered: 05/06/09
Posts: 2047
bushnell trophy and browning cameras are pretty good for what's available these days... lots of other good cameras have come and gone...

I've found the best thing to do for battery cost is buying the expensive lithium. they're about twice as expensive, but will last around 4 time longer (counting photos until batteries are dead). I have ran anywhere from 10-20 cameras a year for the last 10 years.

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