I run 4 trail cams, they are Moultrie IR game spy 4.0
It uses 6 D cell batteries that last about 4 to 6 months, and 2gb SD card which gives me 3600 pics. It has 72 IR LEDs for awsome night pics. I use my Digital camera for viewing the trailcam pics. I just swop the SD cards. I cant imagine looking at 10,000 pics , 3600 already drives me batty.I just hold down the review botton and play it like a movie. If i see some thing good i'll put it on my home PC
I also use the Moultrie IR game spy 4.0 but I never get 4 months out of batteries. I usually take a lot of pictures because of all the does, coons, squirrels, and occasionaly bucks. In colder weather I may only get 1,000 pics and 1 weeks out of a set of batteries.
Moultrie did have a display problem, i had two fail so i call me and they sent me brandnew cams. But im not sure about those batteries not lasting long enough. I was getting 3-4 months out of a set, I let them go down to 15% - 20% before changing. My buddy alway changes his at 50% but what the heck thats way to early, every couple of months.
We all take every precaution when we are hunting and harvesting our animal. Well, what about after the animal is down? Do we know what has happened to that animal over it's lifetime? The following is an example of why we should be careful when we cut.
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