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my trailcam pictures form switzerland and zimbabwe

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    switzerland:two red deer one buck one doe and one red fox
    zimbabwe:elephants and lions
    got this trailcam a few weeks ago and i think it works perfectly

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    good ones of the lions, think the last one is quite amusing

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    LOL i believe i can fly lion

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    Cool pics. Too wet this May in SA so my only pics were of 2 horses. LOL lots of pics of them though!
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    That little guy sure must have been hungry.
    I wonder if they were hanging the bait with a chain.

    I might just have to get one or two of these camera toys.
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    Cool pics, the one with the elephants in the background got my attention!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRICKBURN View Post
    That little guy sure must have been hungry.
    I wonder if they were hanging the bait with a chain.

    I might just have to get one or two of these camera toys.
    You are missing out if you dont have at least one. Try the Bone Collector trophy cam, 4 lithium AA batteries last forever and they actually still take nice pics during a cold snap in Nov, many other cams either quit all together or take blurry pics at anything below -5 to -15 depending on the cam. The bushnell has taken them for me to -30 before quitting. The Stealth cam IR540 with the external battery pack takes pics down to -40 as long as the battery pack is burried in the snow but it is much bulkier and way more expensive once you buy the external battery, which doesnt last nearly as long anyway. I have completely switched to the trophy cam.
    The journey is the reward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRICKBURN View Post
    That little guy sure must have been hungry.
    I wonder if they were hanging the bait with a chain.

    I might just have to get one or two of these camera toys.
    Accually a salt rock was hanging (i didnt know That fox would go on salt)
    I got a primos trailcam and it works perfectly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondhitch View Post
    You are missing out if you dont have at least one. Try the Bone Collector trophy cam, 4 lithium AA batteries last forever and they actually still take nice pics during a cold snap in Nov, many other cams either quit all together or take blurry pics at anything below -5 to -15 depending on the cam. The bushnell has taken them for me to -30 before quitting. The Stealth cam IR540 with the external batt ery pack takes pics down to -40 as long as the battery pack is burried in the snow but it is much bulkier and way more expensive once you buy the external battery, which doesnt last nearly as long anyway. I have completely switched to the trophy cam.
    i compared some pictures from my primos trailcam and a friends bushnell trailcam and the quality was better on primos(day and night)

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    My pics come out fine and living in Alberta there is nothing worse than a camera that will not work in the cold during the peak of the Whitetail rut. Quality of pics that were never taken because a camera did not trigger or blurred/darkened the image because of the extreme cold is irrelevant. Most cams are not designed for our weather and there is nothing more discouraging than checking your cam and seeing several big mature deer tracks opassing by yet no pics were taken. Bushnell Bone Collector Trophy Cam with alkaline batteries consistantly performs down to -20C and with Lithium Batteries you can add another 10 degrees to that. I am not a Bushnell fan in any way but this is the 1 product of theirs that I endorse, for Albertas climate anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondhitch View Post
    You are missing out if you dont have at least one. Try the Bone Collector trophy cam, 4 lithium AA batteries last forever and they actually still take nice pics during a cold snap in Nov, many other cams either quit all together or take blurry pics at anything below -5 to -15 depending on the cam. The bushnell has taken them for me to -30 before quitting. The Stealth cam IR540 with the external battery pack takes pics down to -40 as long as the battery pack is burried in the snow but it is much bulkier and way more expensive once you buy the external battery, which doesnt last nearly as long anyway. I have completely switched to the trophy cam.
    i have one its a stealthcam, bought it a year and a half ago but never used it. this has made me go and find the safe place i put it. will take it when i am back in zambia in oct and see if i can make it work. bit of motivation was needed!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spike.t View Post
    .................. bit of motivation was needed!!
    Can't agree more. I think my Bday present was just chosen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRICKBURN View Post
    Can't agree more. I think my Bday present was just chosen.
    Well I hope your B-day is coming up soon cause tis the season!
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