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  1. 1 year ago
    THIS IS A EXCELLENT GAME CAMERA
    I JUST LOST MY GAME CAMERA DO TO HIGH WATER. I WAS LOOKING FOR A OTHER GAME CAM BUT I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT KIND TO GET. THERE'S JUST SO MANY OUT THERE TO CHOSE FROM. I STARTED LOOKING AT THE STEALTH CAMERA NO GLOW G4N2 IT HAD A LOT OF GOOD RATINGS. IM SO GLAD I GOT THEM ITS GOOD CAM. I LIKED THEM SO MUCH I JUST ORDERED 2 MORE. 4 ALL TOGETHER. I HAD 5 BUCKS UNDER MY FEEDER EATING AT ONE TIME AND THEY NEVER ONCE KNEW THEY WAS BEING VIDEOED. I REALLY LIKE THE NO GLOW. THE ONE THING I LIKE ABOUT ... read more ORDERING FROM ACADEMY IS I GOT MY STUFF FAST, THEY DON'T DRAG THERE FEET.
  2. 1 month ago
    Disappointed
    I purchased on line 5/18/16. I tried different settings but it only takes 5 to 6 pictures a night. Another camera in the same location has been capturing 35 to 45 pictures a night.
  1. 2 years ago
    Wow
    Good battery life, With grate picture quality !!!!
  2. 2 years ago
    Great day pictures
    takes great pictures during the light of the day. pictures at night are very poor. get the Moultrie 5mp low-glow instead. around the same price and much better night pictures.
  1. 4 months ago
    Camera not acceptable
    I bought this camera before I had the opportunity to read these comments. My experience with this model parallels those already written. It does not take very good pictures when it takes them at all. I tested this by placing it aimed at the end of my dog's runner where he likes t hang out the most. I expected 50 shots at least, but only got 2, and those missed my dog completely. My set up is typical of how I set up on a game trail or feeder. My results give me zero confidence in this product.
  2. 2 years ago
    Great camera at a great price
    I've had numerous cameras that were more expensive that didn't have the technology this unit has. It was a breeze to set up and immediately was able to start taking pictures. The big plus was it only takes 8- AA batteries, as to were most high end cameras take D or C.
  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
    Great Camera!
    This is the 3rd Primos Camera that I have bought and they just keep getting better. This camera was placed in the woods on the first of Jan. and I took it out down on April 2 over 3000 pictures on one set of batteries! I even caught a couple of my friends bringing thier stands out and they never saw the camera!
  1. 2 years ago
    Eats alkaline batteries
    I bought this a few days ago to use at home. New batteries lasted about 3 days while I was experimenting. Sent an email to manufacturer (Prometheus) to ask about specs for 12 volt power supply. No response yet after several days. Called the 1-888 phone number, this number is not in service! I hope Radio Shack can bail me out of this $175 hole.
  2. 2 years ago
    Great Camera
    I bought this camera last year. Makes great pictures and battery life lasted all season.
  1. 2 years ago
    GOOD PICS HARD TO PROGRAM
    good price and good pics ...just took me a long time to figure out how to program...alot of options...
  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
    Easy to set up!
    I've had this camera for about a month and I couldn't be happier. I am technologically challenged, but I set it up in about 15 minutes. But, the best part is how well it works. I love it! We get great pictures day and night. If there is any negative at all, it does run through the batteries, however, we get a ton of pictures. I can't compare it to others because this is my first one, but I can't imagine anyone not liking it.
  1. 5 months ago
    Great camera for about a year.
    This camera worked great for one season and then it just quit working and erased 400 pics I had in 3 weeks.i just expected it to last more than a year.
  2. 5 months ago
    ok, for price
    I was given this camera for a present and it worked fine for couple weeks but after that the nite time pictures were not clear and blurred , and I couldn't use it
  1. 2 years ago
    Worth The Money
    My husband used this past hunting season. Took clear pictures
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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.

Memory

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.

Technology

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.