Is your old camera giving you problems? Well stop on down and take a look at whats new in game cameras.
New this year is the Cuddeback Seen IR Game Camera. Compact and its size is perfect for monitoring new rubs or scrapes. You can choose from wide angle or centered subject mode 5MP infrared images will give you night or day pictures with no motion blur or washout. The color images are superior and there is a 1/2 second trigger so you don't miss anything.
Fast trigger, high definition video and longer night range, the Moultrie Game Spy M880 is the camera for you. This camera is a 8 megapixel with a low glow infrared flash. There are four modes IR game camera, time lapse, plot camera in day/infrared at night, and HD video. The video does come with sound and the motion freeze technology reduces nightime blur. You can take 1-4 pictures per second and view your images and video on a 16:9 widescreen.
Another new camera this year is the Moultrie Game Spy M9901 No Glow. This 10 megapixel camera has four operational modes, HD video with sound day and night, motion freeze while having a built in 2" LCD viewing screen. You have shooting options of fastfire continuous, multi shot and picture delay of 5,15, 30 seconds or 1-60 minutes.
Stop on by the Archery Department and check out what we have in game cameras. What a great way to watch and learn before Hunting Season.
Robin Piedmonte - Events Coordinator