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  1. 2 years ago
    Does it's JOB
    This camera is easy to set up,and takes real clear day time pictures. The night time photos really impressed me to. I will buy another one,you can't beat it for the price and job that it does
  2. 2 years ago
    Moultrie Game Spy 5.0 MP Infrared Game Camera
    Easy to program with many option, Compact, and takes excellent picture on infrared and especially clear pics during the day.
  1. 2 years ago
    Decent camera
    Decent camera, maybe just a tad bit overpriced compared to some of the others of similar caliber
  1. 2 years ago
    Good price and works!
    I didn't expect much because of the 5mp and cheap price. But it worked great during the summer and fall. The pictures are great the video could be better but you can see see them clearly. Once it starts hitting winter time the battery life isn't as good.
  2. 2 years ago
    Great Product for the price
    For a low cost camera i have to give this one a thumbs up. takes good pictures in both day and night. Very easy set up! My first time using a trail camera and i like it. after 2 weeks of use i already have several pictures of deer around my feeder.
  1. 2 years ago
    Great Camera way better than that Moultre trash . Takes great pic both day and night .
  1. 2 years ago
    great pictures
    I bought this 3 months ago and had no problems and takes great pictures day and nite..
  1. 2 years ago
    I bought one 2 yrs ago. excellent battery life. good pictures
  1. 2 years ago
    Great Camera!
    Takes good pictures, awesome battery life, the animals never know its there!
  1. 2 years ago
    Best camera I ever bought
    Everyone should have one of these cameras. I wish I had gotten one a long time ago.
  1. 2 years ago
    Good camera
    I've had it for about a year now. I was having issues with it taking pics of nothing but once I set it to the three shot burst it worked much better. I have the camera by my feeder in the back yard and have the feeder a little close to the camera. I had my feeder a little further away and the camera worked better just taking one pic. My only complaint is it eats batteries. I spent the money on the moultrie solar panel battery back and haven't had to replace any batteries in months. Before I was ... read more only getting 1 month out of the 6 c cell batteries. I've read other reviews and it doesn't seem like a common issue but others have had it. Overall I am happy with it and would buy another like it.
  2. 2 years ago
    Purchased 2 of these before 2014 deer season after having a Wildgame innovations camera for several years. Read reviews on this camera and thought I would like them. Put both cameras up, one stopped taking pics after 2 days and the other stopped after about 1 week. Emailed Moultrie customer service about the issue and they didn't even respond! POOR PRODUCT AND POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE. I am returning these to Academy and will not be getting another Moultrie Camera...
  1. 8 months ago
    Great camera but when you jump from $99 to $150.00 you will price the customer out of your product.
  2. 2 months ago
    Does not work
    I bought this and it did not take night pictures. A guy I work with had the same problem. I returned it and bought a moultrie.
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Game Cameras

Track the movements of wildlife with these high-performance game cameras. A deer hunting camera can take high-quality pictures of passing creatures to help you find out what animals are present in your hunting area. With the right wireless game camera, you can plan your hunt more meticulously and help ensure success. Look through this entire selection of cameras from Browning, Moultrie, Wildgame Innovations and other brands, and find the best game camera for your purposes. We also have a wide variety of deer feeders and binoculars for your hunt.


Most trail cameras come with or are compatible with removable memory like SD cards. With an SD card, you can leave the camera alone to take pictures and then pull them up on your computer or other digital device, instantly seeing what your camera picked up. Explore our selection to find hunting cameras with removable memory, so you can easily find out what critters are moving around in the area.


Each wildlife camera has its own method of taking pictures, and many can be programmed to a particular schedule or event to help ensure maximum coverage. Some can even take short video clips in high-definition. Choose from a variety of photo-capture styles, including time-lapse, motion-detect and IR-triggered, and see what wildlife you discover.