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I have the Moultrie D-50 and it's only $69.00 US at Cabelas here is the link

http://www.cabelas.com/product/Hunting/Scouting-Feeders/Trail-Cameras%7C/pc/104791680/c/104767380/sc/103867380/Moultrie-D-50-Trail-Camera/734850.uts?destination=%2Fcatalog%2Fbrowse%2Fhunting-scouting-feeders-trail-cameras%2F_%2FN-1100176%2FNs-CATEGORY_SEQ_103867380%3FWT.mc_id%3D58000000001388865%26WT.srch%3D1%26WT.tsrc%3DPPC%26WT.z_mc_id1%3D111742435%26rid%3D20

I'm not going to say that it's going to take national geographic standard of pics but there good enough to determine what coming in and ghow big it is. The trick with this cam is to set it to the highest settings. For the price it's an acceptable model.

Bill G.
 

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I have a Wildgame Innovations IR4 camera. Bought it for 80 bucks plus shipping from Cabela's (they don't seem to carry it anymore?). You could probably get one pretty cheap on ebay. Had it out yesterday for the first time and got 100+ pics of deer. Picture quality is great for the price day and night. No blanks, would post pictures if i could figure it out. Very happy with it for the money, so far.
 

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the D50 that I have looks to be way below the pic quality of your IR-4. My pics are on the grainy side. It's an older model and there has been a big jump in quality of trail cams in the last few years

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