Originally Posted by MarkB
I have been using trail cams for about 15 years. My first was a buckshot and now I have a wildview. The buckshot was a 35mm and the 8 AA battiers only lasted about 3 days. Which was expensive to use. The wildview I got at Dicks Sporting goods last year on sale for forty dollars is much better. It is digital and the 4 C battiers last about 10 days and no film to develope is much cheaper to use. What I have found is that the pics that I get in september and the bucks that I see in Nov. are not the same. I would get pics of up to 6 bucks at my stand in sept. then in Nov. shoot a different buck. This is the first year that I took a gamble and put my cam on a scrap in Nov. and finaly was able to shoot a buck that I had a pic of. Both cams took good pics out to 20 yards day or night
Sounds like you got a good trail camera for the price! I'm assuming it's just flash? And do you get pretty good clear pictures with the Wildview?