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You've seen cudde back add here is moultire at work
Last Post 06 Oct 2008 02:19 AM by okcaveman. 6 Replies.
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02 Oct 2008 10:00 PM  

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02 Oct 2008 10:30 PM  
I doubt a Cuddeback would've done much better. You'd have to get specialized equipment to properly snap a picture of a fast moving object like this. Doesn't look like it had any problems getting a pic of momma in the background though.
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03 Oct 2008 12:59 AM  
what about this one for speed?

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03 Oct 2008 01:01 AM  
I have one more, look at the times stamps on the lower right corner for speed
$200 of trail cam, can't ask for more







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03 Oct 2008 04:44 PM  
If you read a Hunting magazine usualy in the back is an ad for cuddeback, and shows a deer in mid air and the caption reads,"This picture convinces me that the Cuddeback has the fastest trigger speed on the market." there is also another deer in the back ground. In my picture however the other deer is wat to far out to set off the the camera. No specialized equipment used just to prove my point here is one more and no other deer in the picture either.
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03 Oct 2008 05:14 PM  
wow! what's the trigger time for cuddeback?

how much did you pay for that?

thanks!
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06 Oct 2008 02:19 AM  
Well GPS1, read my first post it isn't a Cuddeback, it's a moultrie. I was showing that with the right setup you don't need a 300 or 400 dollar camera to get good pics. I paid 100 dollars for mine from walmart. You have to learn how to set it up properly and sometimes play with it to learn how to get good results. Another thing is to not go cheap on batteries.
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