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    What is the best trail camera for the money?

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    I use/love my "Cuddy-back". Lots of "good stuff" with this one. Little pricy though.

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      Generally it is one or the other. A cheap camerai would be a Wildview, and although adequate you get what you pay for. Quality at an expense, I would agree with Big O and the Cuddyback. Best bang for your buck (my opinion) is a Moultrie; they are much cheaper at WalMart as opposed to buying one direct. Depends on your expectations and how many you want...I usually check online sales and then take note of their battery life through review forums. After buying quite a few of these guys, you care less about picture quality and more about how long they lasted in the field.

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