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DRH1175

recomend me a good digital scouting camera

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I think it is time to upgrade from the 35mm. I am looking at Stealth Cam, Moultrie, Wildview and Bushnell. Should I stay away from any of these? What are you guys using?

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I really like Stealth Cams new i-450. It does have a flash so if you're looking for infrared this is not the camera to get. It is however very reasonably priced, quick capture time, and sensitive to trigger. You can also hook up a 12v battery to it and take about a thousand pics before recharging. The burst mode is also nice taking consecutive pics once triggering.

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I have one of the cheaper Moultries and it takes ok pictures if its located over a salt block. I'm tempeted to buy another one. Do an internet search using dogpile on 'trail camera reviews'. The first site that starts with chasin... reviews lots of cameras.

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I hear the multrie 2.1 does a good job. boar

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