want to purchase a trail camera on blazevideo

Discussion in 'Trail Cameras' started by youngleon, Feb 26, 2021.

  1. youngleon

    youngleon New Member

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    Want to buy a trail camera. and have search on google. found a brand Blazevideo and read the reviews sounds good. has anyone purchased on blazevideo? about the model A323. I want a game cam that can also record audio.
     
  2. Mennoniteman

    Mennoniteman Well-Known Member

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    If you want a good trail camera in that $70-$100 price range that will probably be reliable for a long time my top choices would be Browning or Bushnell, Steathcam, Moultrie, in that order. Those oddball names in trail cameras often work for a short time then conk out.
     
  3. BoneCrusher20

    BoneCrusher20 Active Member

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    2nd the browning....all my other brands won't name names, cheapos for about same price or slightly under browning 2-3 years at most and then issues start....brownings just keep going year after year
     
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    buckdeer1 Well-Known Member

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    You can read alot of test results on trailcampro.com
     
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    Chainsaw Well-Known Member

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    Browning cameras are working for me also, specifically Strike Force models.
     
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    I also run 2 Brownings...and I know one records sound... I am not sure if my exodus cams do or not... In either case...not so sure you really need sound unless you plan on using the videos to be spliced into other videos or the like. Typically the only sound mine will pick up is the rustling of the leaves.... or the sniffing sound of a deer smelling the cam. $100 or less cams tend to last a year maybe 2 at best and then are tossed. My Brownings run roughly $150 and have lasted years and my Exodus are a little more than that, but they come with a 5 year warranty and have run very well for me also.
     
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