Discussion in 'Trail Cameras' started by Dads Son, Jul 5, 2018.
Me too. About to pull the trigger on a 4 pack.
My best and longest lasting cameras are all Cuddebacks. Although my experience with any of their black flash was terrible. They were junk imo. Right now I run 10 cuddeback IR and a couple cheap Brownings that have impressed me so far.
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Run Cuddebacks as well, enjoy them because they have a two year warranty on them which comes in handy sometimes. Only thing I don’t like is the fact that they seem to come out with a new design/camera about every year. When you have to put all your cameras in lock box’s because of the bear this becomes some what of a pain when you have to get a new camera and lock box. Got 3 new cabelas cameras this weekend and looking forward to see what they are like. Like the cableas brand just because of the name and warranty that comes with it.
Thanks for all the great information. One of my first cameras was a Cuddeback but I don't think the batteries lasted very long. I don't know if that got better but I want one that will last long. I was thinking about getting a Browning before I started this thread and I think I will go that route.
I have had a Bushnell out since mid December 2017 and just changed the batteries this past weekend. Probably 15-20K pics. On this last check I had a lot of black night pics but I think the batteries were about dead. No complaints on a $100 camera that stays on a tree year round. I'll probably buy another one when the sales start this fall.
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