Uncompromised craftsmanship and innovative technology help produce the world’s best scouting camera pictures - and set Cuddeback apart from the rest. With ¼ Second Trigger Speed, Center Subject Technology and Zone Control, Cuddeback cameras are just built better. Browse galleries of pictures to see the difference for yourself - we think you’ll agree that the proof is in the picture.
Just thought this was a neat action shot of a bounding deer taken with a Cuddy black light camera. Great camera response time for a night time photo.
Made a set overlooking a carcass in hopes of getting an eagle. Imagine my surprise when this showed up.
I put cam on same scrape every year on oct 1 to nov 10 or so and this guy showed up .The time and year are not correct but date is. It is my old capture camera and wont change time or year but still takes great pics.2018!
Did not take this with a cuddeback but thought you would find this pic as intriguing as I have. Had to put a camera used in your camera field so just chose ambush which I thought was fitting looking at this coyote. Took this pic with a primos camera on my property in Worthington, WV,this past spring. Have had major coyote issues here. Have showed all my friends and family. It went virile when I sent it to Primos and they posted it on their facebook site 6-15-2018.
Thanksgiving treat. I was out of the deer stand for the holidays. After i returned, I retrieved this photo from my camera. A hawk has just captured his lunch- note the 'meal' in it's left talon. Great shot. A credit to the Cuddeback camera system.
This Bobcat was seen on our CuddeLink cameras but this was found by obtaining the memory card in a snowed in camera (our first Cuddeback!) and shows a visit on Christmas morning right in our back yard! The area can be seen from our windows but is not normally accessible as access is normally deep snow!