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20 Jul 2007 06:45 PM  
Question here is which do you use...digital, film or both.
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20 Jul 2007 07:44 PM  
Both.
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20 Jul 2007 08:49 PM  
I generally only due the digital but sometime I setup the 35mm as well. Especially if I find a spot that has a good scrap then I will pull out the 35mm to monitor that scrap.
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20 Jul 2007 08:56 PM  
I use both but I prefer digital.
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21 Jul 2007 05:09 PM  
same as grim reaper
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21 Jul 2007 10:43 PM  
I have both,but I just got my digital,so I have not used it yet.
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22 Jul 2007 03:01 AM  
digital all the way,more economical in the long run and instant gratification
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22 Jul 2007 04:12 AM  
Ive been using the film until a few weeks ago i bought the digital. i can already see i love the digital alot more.
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22 Jul 2007 04:48 PM  
Digital all day, every day.
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22 Jul 2007 06:56 PM  
prefer digital
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23 Jul 2007 01:58 PM  
film,cheaper when they get stolen.
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25 Jul 2007 12:12 AM  
My dad uses a digital camera while I still use film. I want a digital camera for this upcoming season, so I can utiliize the area I have for bowhunting.
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31 Jul 2007 02:12 AM  
same as Grimreaper, but darrellr has a good point.
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31 Jul 2007 01:28 PM  
Right now I don't use either. But if or when I get the money and the property to use is on I am thinking about using a digital one.
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10 Aug 2007 04:06 PM  
I LIKE THE DIGITAL ONES THE BEST
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15 Aug 2007 05:42 AM  
Use both prefer digital
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15 Aug 2007 02:47 PM  
I only use digital. Before digitals became popular I was too lazy to develop film, now that it's on the computer I bet my picture taking has increased 100 times. As for scouting cameras, never used anything but digital....didn't even know what they were till a few years ago.
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30 Aug 2007 07:12 PM  
We only use digital cams.  I'm way too impatient to wait for regular pics to be developed.  My bf's brother paid to have a whole roll of film to be developed only to discover there was a branch that hung too low and triggered the camera every time the wind blew. 

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30 Aug 2007 10:57 PM  
used to use film and am going to digitals
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25 Sep 2007 04:03 PM  
Posted By darrellr on 07/23/2007 7:58 AM
film,cheaper when they get stolen.


I think it's a d@##$$ shame we call ourselves SPORTSMEN    go out and STEAL someone else's camera's just because it's there and the owner isn't

I am not calling YOU a thief 
but those who steal are thieve's and are NOT SPORTSMEN
I know a true sportsman would not steal another man's property
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29 Sep 2007 02:22 AM  
digital
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27 Nov 2007 01:14 PM  
i use digital because you can see the pictures right when you get home and plug it into the tv or computer, instead of having to wait for the film to develope
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11 Dec 2007 03:22 AM  
digitals
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06 Feb 2008 04:17 PM  
film but I am getting a digital one soon
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16 May 2008 02:52 PM  
digital
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20 May 2008 07:22 PM  
I HAVE BOTH BUT THE HECK WITH FILM...LAST YEAR I PAID ABOUT $20.00 TO LOOK AT MY FEEDED OR SUN RAYS OR NOTHING..THE DIGITAL I ONLY HAD 2 BAD PICS OUT OF ABOUT 300..I BOUGHT THIS ONE FROM WALMART FOR LIKE $98.00 AND IT WORKS FINE...
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27 Jul 2008 05:15 PM  
Digital only. I'd be broke using film
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19 Aug 2008 08:36 PM  
digital for me... i hate getting film developed.
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19 Aug 2008 09:19 PM  
i used to have the 35 mm flim ones! went broke using them and now DIGITAL !!! i got 2 Infrared camera Moultrie Game Spy I-40 Digital Game Camera HOOKED UP TO THE Moultrie Power Panel AND 8G SD CDS IN EACH ONE I CHECK THEM 1 TIME A MONTH GET AN AVG OF 3000 PICS AND dont EVER HAVE TO BUY BATTERIES OR FLIM EVER AGAIN AND YOU DONT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THEM GOING DEAD ON YOU! ITS THE BEST WAY TO GO I THINK PAID  $250 FOR EACH CAM WITH THE POWER PANEL . BUT IN ONE YEAR PAID FOR ITSELF EASY!

 

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24 Feb 2009 07:26 AM  
Digital - at 8.6 frames per second, I'd better not be using film!
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26 Nov 2009 03:05 PM  
I use the film for now,usually set it up in my back yard for deer,coyotes and racoon...............Had a bear back there one year,but no camera than(rolling eyes)......LOL
I'm going digital soon,but will still use my old reliable outdoor camera............
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06 Sep 2011 06:46 PM  
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