I especially like the Sony S600 cam as the Picture quality and Flash strength are so Good, But the trusty Sony P41 are fast and so reliable . The battery life is not a big issue, When I got cams in the Woods I seldom can stand not checking any longer than every couple of Weeks.The only Commercial camera is on the right a Moultree and Really it also has been a pretty Darn Good Camera.
Impressive, but even more impressive is that you can manage them all in the woods. 15 cams means 15 cables, 15 locks, probably 30 SD cards, a million batteries, and time to check them all! I've plateaud at 7 cams haha.
I can remember were they all are @ most times. I don't usually have all in the woods at once, and you are right Nathan about the Batterys, python locks and Cards. I usally have enought Battery power here to heat the house for a week if I could link them in series . I enjoy building them I guess.
I have one been using it for a few years Batteries last for ever...I really like it no night shots but it can really let you know what is going on in your area during daylight....I usually have mine on a plot along with another regular IR cam...I allways pick up more action on the plotwatcher...
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