Cuddybacks are high priced crap. Yep, they do trigger a little faster(I own one) but after the first season the buttons that you program with fell off, and the 1.2MP black and white Infra Red is so grainy you can't even count antlers. I have always used the Stealth cam. Started with the 35mm, and went to the models that use the flash. The deer are not frightned by the flash. They think its lightning, or a distant car. I have multiple shots of the same buck using the flash mode. The trick to get the shot is to point the camera at a 45 degree angle or better down the trail so that the animal is in the frame longer. Put out some feed. That will stop them. Its amazing what you get on the camera with a bag of corn just thrown out in the timber.Anybody got some input on a good digital scouting camera that is fast? I'm thinking about getting one, tired of dealing with the old 35mm. I hear cuddybacks are crap Any info would be appreciated for an affordable one. Thanks!
Awesome! I have that cuddyback mounted in my barn high enough they cant reach it with a ladder that is not there. Sneaks and cheats deserve what they get. Been there and done that.I just recently bought 2 Stealthcam IR's to catch my cheating wife. Worked like a charm ;D . Cant wait to use them this deer season.
I've not seen a IR that I would buy after wasting $500 on one of those cuddy backs that are supposed to the the best. You can't even count the points of a buck in the grainy pic.After this season, Ive come to the conclusion that my cheap Mountrie 4.0 kicks my Stealth Cam IR's ass all over the field. Its pictures are so much better and it picks up game alot farther out. Better night pics since it has a regular flash. The IR's dont shine very far at all. The batteries in both lasted a very long time. I had a Wildview, or somehthing like that I got at Wally World and I had to change the batteries every 3 days.