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You get what you pay for, or do you?
on March 10, 2014
It was a good deal. Or so I thought. Two cameras for less than the price of one. But less than two months into using them, one completely locked up displaying "Card Lock" even after trying multiple cards, the problem persisted. I called the company and I shipped the camera out to them. I paid for shipping to the company and they sent another camera back in it's place with a month. The replacement camera came with it's own strap and a different type of buckle. It requires that you thread the strap through every time you hang it versus clipping a male/female snap. This is a bit of a down grade in my opinion or for anyone using gloves while attaching a camera to a tree.
This model does not have any type of seal or gasket for the front panel. Upon inspection during a rainy week, water was visible where the front panel mates with the inside surface. This could be a problem had I left the camera out over a week. I have other Moultrie cameras that do have gaskets, and they can be left out in any weather for long periods of time without any notable signs of moisture.
Finally, regardless of what I do during setup, I just don't seem to be able to get the kind of quality picture that I am used to with the other Moultrie cameras I have. And for you Mac users, the software is not compatible so being able to use the "Estate all day feature" will likely be unsuccessful.