Easiest trail camera to use ? ? ?
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    Non Typical NutleySigns's Avatar
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    Easiest trail camera to use ? ? ?

    I don't like reading directions for 30 minutes

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    I use wild game in innovations, simple to set up reasonably priced and seem to work good. NOT high end photography lol
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    half price today at losers , i mean DICKS
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    I have had others,but my two Browning cameras are the best I've used and not overly priced.
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    I run the wildgame cams also.... I have heard complaints but have never had any issues....setup will take a minute
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    Quote Originally Posted by shootemandmountem View Post
    I run the wildgame cams also.... I have heard complaints but have never had any issues....setup will take a minute
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    try and keep the receipt. they all have kwirks.some you gotts format and some you gotts set so many menu things before using im exhausted before haqngin it in the trees. the last one i got doesnt take night time pictures . i plan on using it as a junker and keep in my vehicle to take pics of anyone who comes near it while im in the woods. some starnge kats out there. i usually set it to 5 or 10 seconds videoes. much better to watch than static pics.good luck in whatever you find!

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    I’ve tried a number of brands over the years and think Browning cameras are the easiest to use.
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    This one is a celluular and looks nice for the price. never tried an internet camera but looks like good reviews...[ under 100$ with SPENDANDSAVE the code https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/spy...r-trail-camera
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