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.
I went down to check the camera when I got to it my feeder it was turned over I thought somebody had vanalized my feeder when I check my camera this is what I had check the top of the feeder and how low to the ground the deer is on the left you can hardly see his feet i know their not big bucks but its unusaul to get deer fighting on a camera
I have been using trail cameras for a couple of years, and I can say with out hesitation, that the Cuddeback out performs any other camera, the speed and clarity are by far the best I have ever used. Timing the picture is everything so getting a photo of these two young bucks locking up is truly a great photo.
In our area of MN this is considered to be nice deer, but not a monster. This picture was taken opening day of deer hunting. My Dad's blind is in the background and he is suppose to be in it, but he got called into work. He was so bummed, it would have been one of the nicest deer he has taken if he would not have had to work.
As a deer hunter, it is often difficult at times to pull yourself out of a nice warm bed at 4:00 every morning and place yourself in a tree. Thanks to the Cuddeback, I got this photo of a nice buck, placed it by my alarm clock so when I felt like rolling over and going back to bed, I would see the picture and get out there. Well it worked! Finally after many hours in the stand, he came by. He green scores 136 and change. He broke off the sticker point on his right side, visable in the Cuddeback photo. Thanks for making such a great tool for scouting!
Trying to figure out if these are the same buck or just closely related
This was taken at local farm that my wife hunts, she was not seeing anything during daylight so I put out the Cuddeback to prove there were deer there.
I love my new Cuddeback Digital Camera I got this buck at my feeder while in velvet, then again chasing does and one with just him. I have no idea what happen to his other antler, some how he must have broken it off. Thanks cuddeback for these nice pics.
This is a buck I call Skyscraper. I have several pics of him this fall. I think he has awesome character in his rack.