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Old August 28, 2011, 01:59 AM   #2
Hog Buster
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Location: Pointe Coupee, Louisana
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I’ve had a Moultrie D50 for several years now. I’ve gotten many pictures of deer, hogs, coyotes, rabbits, bobcats owls, etc. with it. If I remember it cost me about $70.00. Very easy to program. It takes good pictures and I am well satisfied with it.

It doesn’t have a rapid trigger time so in order to get good pictures you have to put bait, or something, to get the animals attention and slow it down for a moment in order to give the camera time to fire. Animals that just run past don’t give it enough time to work in most cases or you just get blurry images.

I also have had 2 other expensive infrared cameras that were a PIA to program and didn’t take decent pictures.

Here’s a couple of shots, you can judge for yourself.
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