Cellular Trail Cameras

Jim

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It’s been a few years since i spent a fortune on a Spartan cell camera. While it worked ok, it’s time to upgrade. I see prices have come way down.

What are you all using these days? Pros and cons?


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I am using a Vosker at my remote acreage.

$8 per month for the service. We see deer there every night. Raccoons too.
 

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Bumping this as I'm getting the urge. I'm being super cheap as well, so I need a decent cell camera that I will not cry over if it gets stolen.
 

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Kinda late. But I bought my first cell cam this year, a Stealthcam Fusion X. It was $65 on ebay, been working fine for a month now. Cheapest subscription is $5 a month. Works on AT&T's network.

We'll see how it holds up. I bought some cheap cams a couple years ago and most went into the landfill after proving to be unreliable.

I do know that Exodus offers a theft replacement policy, but they are expensive. I've had good luck with Moultrie (have one that's almost 10 years old now and still works great), and I see Academy has one of their cellular models for $69.99. That seems like a great deal, and it's on Verizon's network.
 
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