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They are all pretty much the same.  Try it at home and walk past it or use it to catch your dog or cat walking by, etc. before you just stick it out in the field and hope it's working right.   

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1 minute ago, Bucksnbows said:

They are all pretty much the same.  Try it at home and walk past it or use it to catch your dog or cat walking by, etc. before you just stick it out in the field and hope it's working right.   

That’s what I was thinking. More expensive units have more functions so the menus are larger but it takes only few minutes to learn it. 

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Google the directions under video and watch the video on how to use the cam trail.  Much easier then reading the small print directions.  

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4 hours ago, FRANKIED said:

I can't stand reading directions for 30 minutes

Have your son do it.

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Frankie , Primos just came out with a new one called Auto Pilot . The set up is just some switches . I never ran any Primos cams so can't tell you anything about them . 

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13 hours ago, Bucksnbows said:

They are all pretty much the same.  Try it at home and walk past it or use it to catch your dog or cat walking by, etc. before you just stick it out in the field and hope it's working right.   

Great and simple advice. I test mine this way and have it ready to go before it goes in the woods. Moultrie is among the easier cams in my opinion....

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my wildgame cams are a pain in the ass. Moultrie trace are the easiest I have so far.

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anymore I just stick with Bushnell  - very easy, so far very reliable, and take decent pictures.     NOTE:  If you run multiple brand cameras, do NOT mix SD cards from one brand to another as it generally causes some form of camera failure or another.    SO either -

A) Dedicate cards for same brand

B ) Do a full format on a card before you put it into another brand camera.

 

 

Generally when you right click on the card you have option to quick format or just "format".    One takes a second the other takes several minutes.     "QUICK" format is good for just erasing cards you share within same brand but won't eliminate problems caused by sharing across brands.

Regular or "full" format - will alleviate all card failure issues across brands.  I can nearly guarantee it.

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Stick with one brand for consistent instructions.  I found Browning to be easy to program but I’m sure lots of others are easy too.

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