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 had caught a couple of opossums in my #220 body traps and put them in the field hoping to draw in a couple of coyotes to my traps. What i drew in was several juvenile eagles.
I have a small farm out in south east kansas. Just loaded with turkey and Deer. Awhile back I was scouting out my borders when I noticed a lot of deer hair on the barbed wire fence back in this thick patch of timber. Decided it would be a great place to hang a camera. It's really too thick to hunt and I've never cleared trees or brush around this area. The deer pretty much come and go undisturbed. Needless to say it was a big transition spot for whitetails. But mostly I believe it's a great testament on how fast the trigger speed is on your cameras. I'm sure that some of the other brands I have would not have captured this photo at this precise time. Who knew I had flying deer on my farm.
(Lynx lynx) First time with that trailcam and one Lynx boréal (bobcat) come. North of Swyzerland
Found dead deer carcus in field so we put the camera over it to see what was cleaning it up. Nothing goes to waist in nature.
Set the cam on a small tree about 5 feet high, and pointed across a small draw. I had sprayed the cam with scent killer but something about it attracted a herd of elk. A cow or cows began looking in the lens and rubbing against it until (they) pushed 180 degrees around the tree. Good thing too, or I would have missed seeing this big guy!
Put my Cuddeback on this deer feeder here in Texas and it caught this pic of Mama feral pig, babies in the background and little one sucking Mama as she walks by! SoooEeee! Pig!