"BEST camera I ever had. Most accurate target and clear picture..." Scott Abernathy, WA

Your Photos and Videos


Matt and Jarret

Prairie du Sac, WI
08/29/2005

various pics of bucks down in our marsh on my pas land

Dave Boeddeker

Pasadena, MD
08/29/2005

Here is a bear appearing to be posing for the camera.

Robert Love

Chassell, MI
08/29/2005

I place the camera on the far side of the pond in front of our house where we have a feeder. I do not feed this time of year but there must have been some residue of corn in the feeder and the bear you see was taking a closer look. My wife sat and drank her morning coffee and watched the entire show. She said a one point the bear even grabbed onto the feeder and shook it. The bear was there for about 25 Min. and there were three photo's. Please note the feeder is approximately 7'6" off the ground.

Raymond Simpson

Temple Hills, MD
08/29/2005

a picture is worth a thousand words but a video is priceless :)

Raymond Simpson

Temple Hills, MD
08/29/2005

Bucks enjoying life at the feeder :)

John Pulliam

Coxs Creek, KY
08/29/2005

These photos of KY bucks were taken over my feeder & mineral block.

jason switzer

troutville, VA
08/29/2005

more of the same 17 and freinds 279 looks like father and son.

jason switzer

troutville, VA
08/29/2005

nice 17pt and a couple of his buddies a 7 and 8 point.this is the first camera that i have gotten a picture of a mature buck. before the cuddeback just yearling bucks.

Timothy L. Bertram

Wyaconda, MO
08/28/2005

I just put the camera back out August 2, 2005 and I have had almost 300 pictures taken since then. This buck had his picture taken five times while at the mineral site. Out of the 300 pictures I have only had three pictures with no wildlife in the frame that's good enough for me. Thanks!

aaron garner

carthage, NC
08/28/2005

This is the best hunting tool that I have ever had.