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.
These are recent pics from my Cuddeback, I was astonished at these fellars, especially in velvet, when i scrolled to them, wanted to share them with everyone else!
I purchased my Cuddeback this spring. I put it out for the first time on July 1, and this was the very first picture it took.
There is really not much to say but I have seen the doe and fawn a couple of times in the area, lucky enough to get them in the camera. I have the camera set up on a trail near a cabin that I just bought in northern Wisconsin. Also, after receiving the upgrade, the camera works great!!!!
During 04 bow season seen the buck 3 times but he didn't let me get a shot off though it felt good knowing there was shooter buck in my woods. thank you cuddeback and fokes at non typical for a great camera!
I was working a jobsite in NE Missouri and noticed one of the local workers was an avid deer hunter and was showing off his film pics. I told hi I had a cuddeback with me and asked him for a place to put it up. He took me to a nearby farm and told me to put it up along the bean feild. 83pictures in 8 days of over 15 different bucks. This picture has a total of 5 different young bucks in it. THe fifth buck is far in background, We could never see it until we zoomed in on the picture. The local is now a beleiver in Cuddeback and is selling all his film camera's!!
I have a bear tag this year. I am baiting in northeastern Wisconsin
The fog moved in on me this weekend on these pictures and made them just a little fuzzy but not bad, My Cuddeback can do alot of things but controling the weather conditions is asking to much. Thanks for a great product, man these Cuddebacks can be habit forming. Randy Moran