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best non-cellular game cam #8246332 04/23/21 12:47 PM
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I'm looking for a good game cam, not necessarily cellular or video-capable. I want at least 20mp. I do not plan on using solar or really any power source other than 8 AA batteries. My budget is $120 or less.

My current camera is a Moultrie A series (2017) that I'm really please with and is still going strong, but I'd like another cam and one with better resolution.

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Re: best non-cellular game cam [Re: Rushlight] #8247978 04/25/21 12:44 PM
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Those old time Moultries work and keep on working. Cuddebak cams also last. A lot of cam makers can’t say that.


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Re: best non-cellular game cam [Re: Rushlight] #8248216 04/25/21 06:15 PM
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For my money I like the Browning's about $99.00 on sale , simple to program and take good pictures.

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Originally Posted by bholt
For my money I like the Browning's about $99.00 on sale , simple to program and take good pictures.


Have yet to hear anything bad about them.


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Re: best non-cellular game cam [Re: Rushlight] #8249547 04/27/21 03:45 AM
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Another vote for Browning. Got rid of all my others after I bought my first one. Excellent pictures day or night. Really easy to program.

Re: best non-cellular game cam [Re: Rushlight] #8250256 04/27/21 10:32 PM
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Thanks, y'all. I decided on the Browning Strike Force.

I found a very helpful site to help find a trailcam that suits your needs. Basically, you choose the cam's properties, and it gives a list that best fits your choices:

https://www.trailcampro.com/pages/trail-camera-selection-guide


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Re: best non-cellular game cam [Re: Rushlight] #8258097 05/05/21 10:57 PM
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My everyday price on the Strike Force is just under $110
I have a few left.

TPostMount.com/StrikeForce


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