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I have a hunting camp with no electricity. I would like to find a trail camera that I could use for deer before and during deer

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  • zeek
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    No electric hunting camps the best kind. Keeps all the young'ems off their gadgets. At least after the batteries run out.lol

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  • huntfishtrap
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    I have not tried them, but I would recommend one of the new "black flash" cameras now on the market, rather than the regular Infrared. I know Reconyx and Bushnell make them, and maybe others. The plain old Infrared may be better for not spooking animals, but I know for a fact that it is very easy for people to see at night if you happen to be looking in it's general direction, that sudden ominous-looking red glow really gets your attention!

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  • floridahunter
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    You are definitely right that IR is the best way to go! The Flash is very dull and slow so its not nearly as noticeable

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  • MN Outdoorsman
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    Oops my bad, I've never used one just thought that's what I heard.

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  • floridahunter
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    I can see IR flash. its red. most cameras have blinking lights too so you will have to shop around

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  • MN Outdoorsman
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    IR (Infra Red) All manufacturers should make them now.

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  • I have a hunting camp with no electricity. I would like to find a trail camera that I could use for deer before and during deer

    I have a hunting camp with no electricity. I would like to find a trail camera that I could use for deer before and during deer hunting season and then use the rest of the year as a security camera. Does any manufacturer have a trail camera with a flash that is invisible to deer and humans? Rick Repp. NY

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