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harvey lee

Stealth cam

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Who has this brand camera and are you happy with the pictures?

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They used to be very poor quality with lots of problems a few years ago when they first came out. Last year I purchased a 2.0 mpxl and it does a good job, just not the clearest on pics especially when you are zooming in on the racks. This year they have a 4.0 megapixel that I really like. It shoots clear photos and has great features. Also very reasonably priced. You can see its pics under the trail cam photos topic I just posted.

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I have the old 35mm version that actually takes great photos but with a slow trigger time. I just bought the 4.0mp I450 that tippman is talking about and I can't wait to get some pics. Its very highly regarded.

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