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Spypoint Tiny-W3 game w/ Backbox #5931861 09/16/15 09:15 PM
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Anyone had any luck with this model or band camera?

Re: Spypoint Tiny-W3 game w/ Backbox [Re: texashelms] #5932267 09/17/15 01:20 AM
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Here is an image from the cellular version (Mini Live 4G)- actual file that transmitted to me. The full version image from the sd cards are even better.
Notice how this deer is moving. The clarity and trigger speed are very good on this camera as well.



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Here is a full version pic from the original Live (2G) camera. The newer cameras are much better.


Re: Spypoint Tiny-W3 game w/ Backbox [Re: texashelms] #5932289 09/17/15 01:27 AM
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Here is a transmitted pic from the original Live camera (2G)


Re: Spypoint Tiny-W3 game w/ Backbox [Re: texashelms] #5932312 09/17/15 01:35 AM
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Hopes this helps.

I like the cellular cameras from Spypoint because:

1) Great Pics with little, to zero blur
2) Trigger speed is very good, I have other cameras on opposite side of them (look at the bucket with camera in the last pic) and I get much more pics from the spypoint
3) You can adjust the sensitivity (both on camera and from website)
4) you can adjust about every setting from your computer.
5) Cost of service- $20/year to Spypoint and if you use the Truphone version, I have been using about $3/month of data. That is equal to about 3000 thumbnails and 20 to 30 big picture uploads (you can view thumbnails and pic any of them to upload larger pic like I showed above). When you sign up for Truphone service, they give
you $15 credit free.
6) You can buy rechargeable lithium batteries, solar chargers and camera mounts that work perfectly with the cameras. About $100 for all 3.

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