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Magnarson

Moultrie Game cam M80XT

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Impressed with Moultrie M80XT Gamecam borrowed from buddy. Put out last night at -3F. 96% Battery. Went through the night to -13F. Retrieved cam due to concern batt life after cold night. 24 hours. Batt 90%. Nuff said. I need two cams for myself, and am very impressed with cold weather longevity. Question...Is this typical. What Cameras do you guys use?

Best Game Camera for $200 or less? What features are most useful and which ones are just fluff. I new at this cam business , what should I pay attention too?

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I have seen a Moultrie sit in the woods all winter from gun hunting and still snap a photo in April.

I have 2 of the Moultrie camera's and have been very happy with both units.

I use to use Cuddybacks and spent twice the money whenh they first came out and got sick of them fast as they had many issues.

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I have an m100 with the preview screen... and a set of lithiam ion batteries lasted me a full year... used it in the winter on bait piles, and then a fair majority of the summer for a security camera at a place we where remodeling... I have not had it out now this winter as I have not set any bait piles yet..

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A 1 night soak is not an indicator. You really get an idea of how a camera works based on how many pics it can take in that weather. I've been really impressed with my Primos 46 ultra. I can get 1000 pics in 2 weeks on a set of batteries in the winter weather. During the summer, that same camera would go 2-3 months even taking video and in "plotwatcher" mode.

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MY one Moultrie, I had 2,778 pic's from Sept 1st to 3 weeks later. I have also had hundreds of photo's over the 3 month winter.

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When I was shopping it came down to the Moultrie and the PRimos. My post shouldn't be looked at as being against the Moultrie. I think they are good cameras. I was just saying leave it out for two weeks and see your results.

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