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TerynItUp
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May-10-17, 
02:34 PM (MST)
"Trail Camera $85"

Years ago I bought two Bushnell Trophy Cam 6MP for about $79/ea and have been super pleased with them, now the trophy cam's have jumped up to $100 for the cheapest one.

My question is, what cameras do yall have experience with that you would recommend for under $85. Are there any? $100 isnt bad but I can sell my wife easier on $160 as opposed to $200 for two cameras.

Looks like stealth cam has a few but i have no idea if they are worth a dang or not.

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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: Trail Came...  UtahJimmy      May-10-17   1 
  RE: Trail Came...  earlyriser      May-15-17   2 
 RE: Trail Came...  dhoshauer      Jun-16-17   3 
 RE: Trail Came...  Duckgitr      Jun-23-17   4 

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UtahJimmy
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May-10-17, 
03:07 PM (MST)
1. "RE: Trail Camera $85"

camofire.com has cams on there all the time. Some are new, some are refurbs. I don't have experience with any of them, but if you're patient I think you can find a good deal? Good luck!

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May-15-17, 
08:05 PM (MST)
2. "RE: Trail Camera $85"

I personally have and use the trophy cam 8mp and moultre 880i. Pleased with both, but are a bit more than what you stated. I second the camofire thing. I see cams for sale on a fairly regular basis.

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Jun-16-17, 
06:16 AM (MST)
3. "RE: Trail Camera $85"

Browning strike force cams are the best trail cams for 100 to 130 bucks.... get last year's left over model from eBay(make sure they are not refurbished )... I use to use and still do use the Bushnell 5.0...but they have changet the cams the last few years. I use 15trail cams a year and tried the browning strike force last year. No blur in my pics, took a pic everytime, great night pics, good battery life... for the 100sh dollar range it's the best one going.

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Jun-23-17, 
11:12 AM (MST)
4. "RE: Trail Camera $85"

I bought 2 stealth cams when camofire had them for 35 bucks each. I played with it around the office and it seemed fine and picture quality was pretty good. I just put them out last weekend and may have a chance on sunday to go check them. I put all my cameras on burst either 3 to 4 shots per trigger on high resolution. The video on the stealth cam wasn't very good. It got 1 video in the 2 hours I had it set up in the office and we constantly have people walking in and out. I run a 16 gb card in them

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