Make almost any camera a cell camera

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  1. BenAllgood

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    This one is better than the Moultrie version. It can use any camera, where the Moultrie version uses Moultrie cameras only.


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    Very interesting....hope it will be reasonable price. I know i've been dreading converting cameras to cell cameras for $300+/ camera, can buy 3 nice brownings for that.
     
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    I’m interested enough to register for updates. At present I only have one cellular cam that I use on my hog trap. This might be a game changer depending on price.
     
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    Moultrie cell cameras are $180 and have a $50 mail in rebate currently. They make 2 versions. The “A” version is AT&T, the “V” version is Verizon. I get 1000 or 1500 pics for $15/month. Control the camera via the app or the website. Sends you photos to both.


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    I heard the spypoint is going to be around $60. That’s a no brainer in my opinion. You can get the trigger time and shutter speed of your favorite camera and then get them automatically sent to you through the cell network. Win-win!

    I got a link micro last fall and was very pleased with it from a reliability and user friendliness standpoint. I plan to get more spypoint products unless they let me down!


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