I could use some advice on Trail Cameras.

Discussion in 'Trail Cameras And Photos' started by Tall, Nov 28, 2013.

  1. Tall

    Tall Well-Known Member

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    I am shopping for trail camera and I could use some expert knowledge on best value trail cams. I would prefer to keep it under 150.00. I want something that is a great all around no fail camera that will take pictures in day and night.

    What are the worst cameras to stay away from?

    What are your favorite cams that you love?
     
  2. j3564wost

    j3564wost Well-Known Member

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    Within the 150 dollar limit I have had good luck with the Primos Truth Cam 35 as well as the Wildgame Innovations Micro 8; with the Micro 8 being my go to cam.

    I have had the Micro 8 for 3 years and love it for the cost. I have left it in the mountains for months (rain/snow/heat) with zero issues. Battery Life is great with this cam and the pictures and video I would rate a 7 out of 10 for quality.

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  3. The Duke007

    The Duke007 Well-Known Member

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    Wildgame innovations is probably the best one.
     
  4. Brian Berg

    Brian Berg Member

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    The Browning's have been working well for me. Daytime picture quality is great and battery life is incredible. It's a very small camera and easy to hide.

    Edit: Sorry, just realized its a 3 YO post..... :/