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DIY trail cameras

Discussion in 'The Hunting & Fishing Forum' started by zkovach, Jun 9, 2010.

  1. zkovach

    zkovach Active Member

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    This is a great article for anyone that wants to save money and wants a live trail camera for cheap!! See file attached


    Enjoy!

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  2. wpage

    wpage Active Member

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    Cool but too complex for me.
  3. zkovach

    zkovach Active Member

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    i didnt think it was to complex for myself. but its computer hardware mostly. i cant clean a carb to save my hide. The good news is you could easily test this before you took it out in the field.
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    Zane71464 Well-Known Member

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    I definatly can see how that could be a way to go, but have to agree with wpage,
    just a bit complex on my part.
    But definatly a new "way" to go with the whole trail camera set-up! Interesting.
  5. catmantoo

    catmantoo New Member

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    Why not , just order one from you. How much ???:)
    later catman:)
  6. zkovach

    zkovach Active Member

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    they make these type of trail cameras and they are about 800-1000 bucks, this " do it yourself" is about 300 when you are done.
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    shootemup56 New Member

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    Hey zkovach Would you be interested in building the system and selling them to us hunters for a price, what would be a reasonable price on your end. Thanks
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    zkovach Active Member

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    I would but this is definatley something i would want to try to do first. I have now quit my job and am going back to school full time so i dont have the money to throw at this project. It does seems pretty simple and i would grab a handy man and or p.c. techie type guy and it shouldnt be a problem.
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