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.
In past years my film scouting cameras were always out of order in late Summer/early Fall. This year I bought a Cuddeback Digital and am amazed at the pictures I'm getting.
There were three scapes about 10 feet from each other so i put my camera on the middle one and got this buck and 2 other little ones.
My dad has been scouting at the barn (750 yds. away) and has been seeing this buck. We were excited to check the camera to see if we had a closer look. Sure enough we did! The second image is one that we were proud to see. We have been working to grow trophy bucks and this one was pleasing to see! We were very pleased with our second time of checking our CuddeBack, being able to view 32 different bucks.
We had first seen this deer in late July in another spot. We thought he was gone so we were pretty excited to see these pictures.
It's a pleasure to have and use a product that does what it claims to do. I have had experience with other camera's that did not do what they were suppose to do and did not fulfill my expectations.
In 2004 I observed a piebold fawn on our hunting land. The little guy appeared several times and finally he bedded down by me late last gun season. I saw then he was a nubbin buck. Fortunately he survived and after buying a Cuddeback 2 weeks ago to get him on film, I was successful!! Thanks Cuddeback. The second photo is a buck that apparently was going to kiss the camera. I imagine he saw spots for several hours after the close-up encounter.
We bought the Cuddeback specifically to record presence of medium sized mammals (small carnivores, porcupine and opossum). In the first week after installing the camera we only recorded still and video images of two hunters walking right past the camera. After the second week we got this nice picture of a beautiful red fox.