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Do any of you that have had cameras stolen try and put them in a place that they can't be seen.
Ive never had one stolen and make every effort to hide them in an out of the way place. Last year I had 1 stuck 2 feet under an abandoed car that has been in the woods for 20 years.
I was walking a property today and a guy had his camera 10 yards off a hiking trail . Thats asking to have it stolen.
Mine are in swamps, in blown down trees and other not so noticable places. I never put it right where my stand is either. Usually 50 - 100 yards away.You can never be too careful.
Its unfortunate that I have to do this but it must be done.
 

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Ive never had one stolen and make every effort to hide them in an out of the way place.



Sometimes you can hide them in plain sight...



This is a camera vault that's designed to look like an electrical disconnect box cleverly placed near a cental air unit alongside a commercial building. Most people wouldn't even give it a second glance, and it's wide out in the open.

Sometimes a little creativity goes a long way in safeguarding your property. ;)
 

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Don't the deer get spooked when the A/C comes on?
I just posted the above picture as an example of using your surroundings to help make you cam less obvious.

Here's another of a cam that was placed in a rusty drum in a field. The drum is in plain sight but conceals the valuable camera from passers-by.



 

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I just posted the above picture as an example of using your surroundings to help make you cam less obvious.
was kidding L4B.
Good idea though, trying to hide it a bit. I think less would be taken if they weren't out in plain sight where everyone is walking right by it.
 
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