Trail Camera's are like Automobiles...You can pay a very high price,a Medium price and a low price and get a camera that won't last long!
The Reconyx Trail Camera's are very nice....at a $400.00-$500.00 and up price range...but they are very nice and dependable.
The Moultrie's are what I've been using and they are pretty good camera's with some great features.The D-55IR is a good affordable trail camera and it works well...the M-80 is better (5.0 megapixels) and a lot smaller and compact,You can set it on trail camera mode,plot watcher and on both trail camera/plot watcher.The Moultrie M-100 is better (6.0 megapixels) and has a built-in veiwer and the same features as the M-80 I mentioned...then there's the M-80 Black Flash thats more expensive but does a better job at not scaring off Deer and other Game since the red glow isn't there like a regular IR camera.
I do have a Cuddeback "Capture" White-Flash trail camera because I want color pictures day and night and it has a very fast trigger speed.I wouldn't reccomend the Cuddeback Capture IR as mentioned above it seems to have a lot of problems/issues!
The Lil Acorn is a good Brand name Trail Camera and the Bushnell Trail Camera with 8.0 megapixels is a good camera also.
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