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infa red issues #7619166 09/29/19 01:05 PM
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on my trail cameras I am getting strange pics...I thought it was an individual with an infa red scope beam. is this possible.

Re: infa red issues [Re: fishbait] #7619235 09/29/19 03:44 PM
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Can you point an IR Illuminator at a camera and see it? Sure, but they need to be close enough to also trip the camera to go off.

Post a couple of your pics.


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Re: infa red issues [Re: fishbait] #7619297 09/29/19 04:59 PM
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Here is what an IR Flash looks like on a trail cam. I use two cams on some of my feed pens that have two protein feeders or on a bowblind.
The first pic is from a camera on the far south end of the pen facing a corn feeder.
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The next two pics are from the far north end of the pen facing the protein feeder. This camera had low batteries to the flash was not very bright.
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This last pic is from a camera outside the feed pen on corn feeder.
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The IR flash is appearing to be a bright shining light with the other camera. Is this similar what you are seeing?


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