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Moultrie Gamespy 5 Megapixel Digital Game Camera


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  • 5.0 megapixel digital game camera with weather-resistant casing, comes complete with TV out cable and mounting strap
  • Quick response time; 45-foot flash range; imprints time, date and camera ID on every photo or video
  • Color day and night pictures; 10-second video clips during the day; three picture and two video resolutions
  • 16 MB internal memory; SD Memory Card Slot (supports up to 16 GB)
  • Operates on 6 D-cell batteries (not included); 1-year warranty

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Product Description

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Prepare for the hunting season and keep up with the daily action in the stand with Moultrie's D-50 digital trail camera. Offering all the essential scouting features you need at an affordable price, the D-50 allows you to scout more areas in less time and get to know every mile of the property you intend to hunt before the season even begins. Combining 5.0 megapixels, quick trigger time, and 45-foot flash, the D-50 game camera is a great value, delivering clear pictures day and night help you determine how many deer are using a particular trail and how often they visit. The flash provides optimal shots of your subject up to 45 feet away, while the multi-shot setting gives you up to three shots in a row. Videos taken during the day will provide you with insightful clips of wildlife activity, giving you a better idea of the direction that deer are traveling. The trail camera's rapid response trigger captures moving game, and every photo and video gives you an imprint of the time, date, and camera ID for that particular location.

From waterholes to game trails and food plots, the D-50's infrared aim helps you place your game camera in a prime position for capturing clear pictures. Your D-50 goes to work immediately snapping pictures when movement occurs in front of its sensor. An easy-to-operate LCD menu-driven display guides you through a selection of modes. The tough weather-resistant housing is sealed air tight to protect against moisture or extreme heat and cold. The D-50 game camera can use up to a 16 GB SD memory card and runs on 6 D-cell batteries (batteries and SD cards sold separately).

Specifications:

  • 5.0 megapixel digital game camera
  • Quick response time
  • 45-foot flash
  • Imprint time, date and camera ID on every photo or video
  • Color day and night pictures
  • Video clips during the day (10 seconds)
  • Three picture resolutions
  • Two video resolutions
  • 16 MB internal memory
  • SD Memory Card Slot - up to 16 GB
  • Operates on 6 D-cell batteries (not included)
  • Includes weather-resistant casing, TV out cable, and mounting strap

Product Description

Hi end scouting equipment available in flash version, features 5.0 megapixel images and camouflage housing.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 8.3 x 4.8 inches ; 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003K22WIS
  • Item model number: MFH-DGS-D50
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #187,576 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The very first night I got 21 pictures of deer.
Lisa Kay
When the second picture took, the flash was noticeably dimmer almost to the point of not flashing at all.
General
Great photo's of Deer, Elk, Bobcat, Coyote, etc.
verbilkent

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

62 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Thomas ODell Jervey on June 30, 2010
My Moultrie game camera failed the second time it was used. It was still under warranty. I reported to Moultrie and received no response. I reminded them near (but before) the end of the warranty period and they apologized, explaining that they had mislaid my earlier request for help. I followed the instructions they provided and found that indeed the unit would need their repair, but when I contacted them, they refused to help because by this time, the warranty had elapsed. I am pursuing complaints through the State Attorneys General of Ohio and Alabama and am considering a claim in court. Upon looking for help I noticed other reviews by consumers that had warranty problems with Moultrie.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Ralph on October 29, 2010
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2010....I order two of these cameras and got them 2 days before the estimated date give by Amazon. Eveything went nice and easy for my first time trying Amazon. I set the cameras up and two days later had some high quality pic's of some deer on my corn piles. These are set in an outer case and seem to be more water resistant, and they are easier to check by being able to remove it from the outer cover and not the tree. You will not find a better product for under 125 dollars and with free shipping to boot. I have THREE now and have taken hundreds of pictures and some good video clips. **Update.MAY 2012.** I had to send 2 of the 3 cameras back for repair, I went to Moultrie's website and followed the return instructions. Moultrie sent me a new camera both times. NO questions asked. The cameras do have issues, but pleased based on the price range, for what it is, its a good deal, and Moultrie has stepped up to the plate both times with their customer service. All THREE are out of warranty now. If one breaks now I will have to purchase another one and I will!!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By mackie on January 22, 2011
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good ( not great )camera.if you are starting out or afraid some thug will take your junk this is the camera for you.an idiot can set it up and w/a memory card you can take your digital camera w/you-view the pics and erase the card w/out moving the camera.not the fastest gun in the west but if you aim it properly you won't be unhappy.remember what you paid--this is not a 300 $ camera. i have 4 of these.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By verbilkent on July 11, 2011
I have two of these that I purchased last year for elk/deer season. I kid you not, I have over 3000 pics, day, night, doesnt matter. Great photo's of Deer, Elk, Bobcat, Coyote, etc. Even with all the shots, the batteries will last the season. The ease of use is great. You dont need a high end "famous name" camera to do the work. Go out and buy some stronger bungee cords. The pair that comes with it works, but over time and in the sun they tend to fail. Plus they are thin. I doesn't look like I can post any of the actual pics here. But trust me, you will like what you get. I even captures hikers and paintballers running by. I have them already set up for this year's elk season and found a nice spot that I didn't even realize that there were some big mule deer bucks!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mike on November 30, 2010
Camera quality is good. I do like the laser it has to show you where the camera is targeting. The drawback is it eats batteries fast, and it takes 6 C batteries. With all the other cameras usng six volt you can easly use the external plug in the side to use solar power. Problem with the Moltrie is it is a nine volt and you can't find a sosor power pannel for it. OH Moltrie will sell you one for a hundred bucks but that is more than the camera itself.hunting camera
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By JIM on August 11, 2010
I will never ,I repeat never buy another piece of equipment made by moultree again.The electronics on this camera is a (POS).I Had the moultree d-40 They last maybe a year if your lucky.So looking at the price this new camera was suppose to be better then the d-40 but when I opened up the box the camera wouldnt set correctly and would not work in any mode .I guess the old saying is true,you get what you pay for.Spend the extra money and get something better.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By beebacksoon on February 2, 2011
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I read the reviews before I purchased this cam. Although it wasn't rated a 5 across the board, I felt I'd give it a try anyway. I was pleasantly surprised. Settings were a breeze to do; set up on trees or post, easy (just wish bungie cord a little longer); pictures awesome; and sd card easy to remove. If you don't have sd card, you can still view pics on TV with cables included.
Yes, it isn't an infrared cam so the flash did spook animals, but I still got a lot of great pics of deer, fox, raccoons, rabbits; cats; birds, and possum. We've had some LARGE tracks, appear to be large cat of some sort...that is reason I bought critter cam...to find out what it is...haven't caught it on cam yet...but I will.
Since I have had NO problems with this cam to date, I'd like to try another Moultrie, but an infrared next time.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dave on December 26, 2010
if the bird / animal is standing, this camera takes a great picture, nice and clear, good color. BUT!!! if the animal is walking, then at best I get a picture of the animals tail, but more often I get a picture of nothing at all. very disappointing at best.
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