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Trail Camera Advice

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Looking for a recommendation on a trail camera. Want a digital one that can plug into my PC with a USB cable. Nothing fancy, but a good performer. Any strong recommendations on a particular model or brand that has worked well? Thanks.

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I bought a Moultrie I40 this fall it is the infered one, $219 great pictures and battery life. I put it out Oct. 28th and still shows 80% power left. Takes 6 D cell and this is in Northern Wi.with below 0 temps. I change out SD cards and view them on my laptop.

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There was another thread where someone asked about trail cameras. I've got a Moultrie GameSpy 200 and I think it definitely gets the job done. Here is some more of my opinion on it and a few pictures.

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