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WildView STC-TGL4M game cam experience? #211332 09/17/07 01:53 PM
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We put out 3 new 4mp WildView game cams out at feeder locations 4 weeks ago. One is working very well, taking approx 180 pics of either deer or cows in a two week period. One is taking approx 50 pics every two weeks of mostly nothing, and the other is taking very few pics, 4-5 pics of deer every two weeks, although we know there are lots of deer coming to the feeder. Our issues may be high growing vegetation and camera angles, just wondering if anyone else is experiencing similar problems.



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Re: WildView STC-TGL4M game cam experience? [Re: cj7zrcool] #211333 09/25/07 07:32 PM
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My camera triggers very easily, bascially a picture for what the delay is. Maybe vegatation? Mine is a new moultrie


Re: WildView STC-TGL4M game cam experience? [Re: Brother in-law] #211334 09/27/07 01:23 AM
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i have a wildview extreme 2 and im having hell with it, last year it was perfectly fine but one evening i sat in my stand to watch what was coming in and i had five deer come in and stay under my feeder for thirty minutes and didnt take one pic, its up on the same tree and it doesnt have any problem taking pics of cattle or me when im up there checking it bt its not doing so well anymore


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