Wireless Trail Cameras

Discussion in 'Trail Cams' started by risto2351, Jan 5, 2018.

  1. bkcrrtnps

    bkcrrtnps Well-Known Member

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    Until something comes along that is better than the Cuddelink system I won’t be able to say I’d buy anything other than them with the Cuddecell


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    Several new items in the pipeline for cuddelink and a stand-alone cellular camera coming from Cuddeback
     
  4. bkcrrtnps

    bkcrrtnps Well-Known Member

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    I know I saw that, like I said....gonna take something real special to make me change.


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    I have 4 of these, bundled 4 into promotional plan from my local carrier paying around $60/month for 30 months. No upfront fee. I love the live feed feature and you can even talk to the deer through the microphone on your phone/speaker on the unit. I can honestly say that these were a game changer to my season. I run about 30 traditional cameras, once I located a shooter(s), moved in a couple of these and knew when he was in the immediate area. My October buck day lighted the day before I killed him. Here are a couple clips from the arlo's from my YT page. Heavy traffic I am getting 6 weeks on batteries and light activity easily much more. I have had them mostly on food plots where activity is heavy. On travel corridors or scrape sets I dont see why you couldn't get 8-10 weeks out of a battery charge.
    motion sensitivity can also be set to eliminate certain areas of the frame for scrape limbs blowing in the wind etc. The last video clip the motion picked up a mouse jumping up into the tree.





     
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    I heard Spypoint is coming out with a $150 cell cam?

    Anyone know, accurate?
     
  7. bkcrrtnps

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    And you’ll get $150 wirth


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    I don't know about the cell cam but Spypoint cams get very strong reviews. I like to buy my cams from Trailcampro.com because you get 90 days no questions asked returns and they do great reviews on all cams they sell as well as customer reviews of the cams. Spypoint detection is second to none. See attached link...there is a lot more info on them if you look at the sight linked. When the cell cam does come out Trailcampro.com will do a review on them.

    https://www.trailcampro.com/pages/trail-camera-shootout
     
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    1D763434-4201-4602-A3DF-E5BCAD8B43F2.jpeg 24318D87-9B23-4F40-894C-6243D26803AC.jpeg I like Spypoint Solar, great day pics... no need to change batteries
     
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    I have spyoint solar been going good all year with same set of batteries but my pics don’t look that good


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    I have good luck with the spypoint solars. About 2 years on the same set of batteries. Not a wireless camera, just a regular one.
     
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    Spypoint has a great trigger and the solar is awesome, the biggest problem is night pics are blurry. Not trying to advocate for them. The Solar comes in handy when you live 5 hours from the farm. I usually set the camera in an area with hopes of day pics.
     
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    If they’d fix the note issue they’d be best on market


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    I just posted a Covert Blackhawk 3G Cellular Trail camera for $100. The 3G service will sunset something early in 2020. This means you could play with a cellular trail camera cheap but after this season it would simply be a trail camera. It has worked flawlessly with about a 60 day battery life when transmitting. Longer if only use as a trail camera.
     
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    The new Micro is an affordable cellular camera . The data plan for a low as $4/month.
     

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    Go post your advertisement somewhere else, we don’t come to this page for a full on add


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    $150 for a cell camera is cheap, hopefully they are a good camera? I have heard the battery life is average?
     

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