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OT DEER CAM REVISITED

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by rooferbob, Sep 18, 2007.

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  1. rooferbob

    rooferbob Active Member

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    I 'm thinking of buying a Cuddeback no flash model. any comments? $549.00 is alot for a camera without knowing someone who has one.
    Thanks in advance Rooferbob
     
  2. Gargoyle!

    Gargoyle! TS Member

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    Here is a site that will answer any questions you have on game camera's. Hope I listed the site right for you. www.chasingame.com
     
  3. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    We did the research on these for our clandestine needs here at the police department's gang task force.

    We got the Cuddeback because of its (1) quality, (2) reputation, and (3) superb pictures without a flash.

    WW
     
  4. rooferbob

    rooferbob Active Member

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    Thanks for the help guys, I'm 99% sure that I want the Cuddeback,but just wanted some input!
     
  5. forest2482

    forest2482 TS Member

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    I have had both the no flash and the 60ft flash and would recommend the 60ft flash. If you put the no flash along a trail most of your pictures will be blury. If you plan to put by a food sorce then you would be alright with the no flash. Overall though I would go with the Flash really nice pictures.
     
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