Moultrie A-5 5MP Low Glow Infrared Game Camera

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Moultrie A-5 5MP Low Glow Infrared Game Camera

This camera is scouting made easy. Moultrie’s A-5 provides easy setup and great features at a price making it affordable to outfit your entire property. This is a 5.0 megapixel Low Glow infrared game camera. The night range spans to 50-ft, and the A-5 captures day and night video. This camera has a picture delay of 1/5/10 and 30 minutes, and includes a moon phase, time, date and camera ID stamp. There is an SD memory card slot (up to 32 GB; not included), and 8,000+ images can be supported on 4 C-cell batteries.

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Roy E Cooper says:

Great camera for my use This trail cam takes good pictures and videos . I cut small bushes close to the camera to help prevent the camera from taking pictures of plants blowing in the wind. The daytime photos are excellent and the night ones show the detail needed to be useful. The picture is one of many good photos that let me know where the deer are traveling.

Joseph F. Mcconnell "jfrancismcluggage" says:

More fun than a garbage can of raccoons! If I didn’t live in North America, I’d have said “a barrel of monkeys,” but you get the idea. I bought this camera, not for hunting, but for clandestine surveillance of our yard, since somebody was knocking over and opening a trash can every night. The can never had any edible trash, just bird seed, so we were puzzled about the culprit.I set the camera up, lashed it to a fence, and left it. The first night, we got our answer: big raccoon, who seems to enjoy tipping the can over, just for the fun of it. Now I plan on moving the camera around to see who else is visiting us in the small hours of the morning.Technically, I’ve had no problems at all (one week in). Works as advertised, takes acceptable stills and video (AVIs), and doesn’t seem to upset the animals, although it does produce a flash that they can see — we confirmed that by setting it off ourselves, after we got several shots of the raccoon looking right at the camera. But they don’t seem to care.Summary: if I were going to rely on it for spying on game, I might buy something a bit higher up the line in terms of resolution and range, but if you want a simple camera to answer the question, “Who’s out there?”, this is a perfectly good one.You’ll also need: C cell batteries (takes 4, not included). A bicycle lock and cable is also a good idea, if you have any concerns about humans messing with it. The lock hasps not only secure the camera but also keep it from being opened, so no one can make off with your SD card or batteries.


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