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Moultrie M-880 Low Glow Game Camera (2013 Model)

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  • 8.0 megapixel Low Glow infrared mini cam
  • Less than 1-second trigger
  • Up to 100-ft night range
  • Illumi-Night sensor provides bright, clear nighttime images
  • Motion Freeze reduces nighttime blur

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Product Description

Product Description

Moultrie made great improvements with the new M-880 Mini Camera. Moultrie took the best-selling M-80XT and added a faster trigger, HD video and longer night range. Features: 8.0 megapixel Low Glow infrared mini cam Less than 1-second trigger Up to 100-ft night range 4 operational modes: - IR triggered game camera - Time-lapse plot camera - Plot camera by day, motion detect camera at night - HD video day and night Illumi-Night sensor provides bright, clear nighttime images Motion Freeze reduces nighttime blur HD video (720p) with sound 16:9 widescreen images and video FastFire Continuous Shooting (1-4 pics/sec) Multi-Shot (1-3 pics) Moon phase, temperature, time, date and camera ID stamp 5/15/30 seconds, 1-60 minute picture delay Password protected SD memory card slot - up to 32GB 9,500 images on 8 AA batteries Integrated strap loop with Python cable compatibility (cable not included)

From the Manufacturer

A great thing just got even better. We've redesigned our best-selling M-80XT, adding a faster trigger, HD video and longer night range. The Moultrie M-880 is an 8.0 megapixel Low Glow infrared mini game camera. The Illumi-Night sensor provides bright, clear nighttime images and the Motion Freeze feature reduces nighttime blur. There is a moon phase, temperature, time, date and camera ID stamp. Both images and videos can be viewed on a 16:9 widescreen, and the picture delay allows for 5/15/30 seconds or 1-60 minutes. The FastFire Continuous Shooting option takes 1-4 pictures per second, followed by Multi-Shot, taking 1-3 pictures. The M-880 has four operational modes: IR triggered game camera, time-lapse plot camera, HD video day and night, and plot camera by day, infrared camera at night. This camera contains an SD memory card slot (up to 332GB), and can support 9500+ images on 8 AA batteries. For extra safety, the M-880 is password protected.

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  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 6 x 3.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00AP30RVE
  • Item model number: MCG-12594
  • Batteries 8 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (405 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,253 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Excellent picture and video quality day or night.
Donald ringham
He called customer service and they were indifferent and said they weren't going to fix it again or replace it.
Christine Garcia
This camera takes great pictures both day and night.
william young sr.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

271 of 273 people found the following review helpful By David Humphries on August 30, 2013
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I own several game cameras: Bushnell Trophy 8MP HD, Primos Truth Cam 35, and now a Moultrie M-880. I have been operating the Moultrie for 10 days so far. I've used the Bushnell for about 6 months. I've used the Primos for almost one year. The Moultrie clearly beats the Bushnell in several characteristics. (The Primos does not rank against these two cameras.)

1. In the field, and I know there are lab results that claim differently, but in the field, the Moultrie appears to trigger faster than the Bushnell. This was easily noticeable in the first set of pictures I downloaded. I have had both cameras in the same position monitoring the same section of my driveway (we have a long driveway). The Bushnell often catches the very end of the rear quarter panel as a car is exiting the field of view. The Moultrie catches the front quarter panel as a car enters the field of view. Wow! Then it catches pictures of the entire car as it passes by. I knew that was significant at first glance.

2. The imitation bark housing works surprisingly well. This camera completely dissolves into summer woodlands. Unless someone steps right up to it, they're not going to see it. The Bushnell, in brown, looks like just what it is: a game camera strapped to a tree. You can pick it out from 250 feet.

3. The Moultrie has motion freeze for night pictures. It is an improvement over the Bushnell's night shots, but that's about all can be said. The feature itself is nothing spectacular.

4. The Moultrie costs about $25.00 less.

5. In night photos, the Moultrie reaches further. Moultrie claims 100 feet. I think they're reaching that (see Update below). Bushnell claims 80 feet and I think that is true also.

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64 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Gavin Anderson on June 29, 2013
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I can't afford, nor do I want, the infrastructure of a CCTV or security system at my home. Additionally, I rent so the return on long term investment isn't there. I've had three windshields broken in the past 6 months. I installed this product on the roof of the home and the pictures it takes are crystal, even at night the facial recognition is remarkable. I also hunt, so it's a win-win. Highly recommend this product.

Weakness - You have to purchase an SD card separately. You have to download and install software.
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By NoBS on December 13, 2013
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I own this camera and I also own the M-990i and the Panoramic 150, so beware. This review is about Customer Service firs and the M-Series second. I will not invest the time to prove this camera also has the exact same issue. Rest assured, if it is part of the M series it has the same basic electronics, at least until Moultrie tells me otherwise. I don't have any of the A or D series cameras. The 990 is the more expensive model and has some extra features, including the no-glow IR LEDs. Again, this is what to expect, at least I did, from Customer Service/Support.

11/23/13 The first M-990i I purchased lasted just over two weeks until it started getting cold outside, but we'd had it just over a month. It started draining the batteries. I put in a new set and set it outside and again drained batteries by the next day. Duracell batteries (Not Duralock) were used. I put in another fresh set and it would only allow me to punch in my password and set it up for pictures before the screen would go blank.

It was just past the vendor return policy of a month and I had to send it directly to Moultrie. $10 for shipping and two weeks later, I got a new one, as they could not repair the first one. They just sent a new camera and it showed up without any warning or communication about the bad one. Minimal customer service. That's OK, it keeps costs down.

Anyway, I got the new one and finally had a chance to set it up. This one also drains batteries within a day, but just does not take pictures or video; yes, it's below freezing. My wife said it took 3 pictures and then died. It has gone from the 30s down into the 20s outside. While it has been getting down to the mid 20s at night, that should not be an issue.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By 1ontheleft on April 18, 2013
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All things considered this camera is a super buy. I'm sure there are better cameras out there if you want to hang $600 on a tree and walk away. The only negative is that with the "freeze" motion thing on some of the detail is lost at night. This camera is well worth the money.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Donald ringham on July 23, 2013
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Excellent picture and video quality day or night. Batteries have been lasting weeks on video mode. Vary quite, make no noise in any mode. The motion sensor works great, maybe too well; anything moving will set it off. It has never missed our deer. the infra red ligh does not affect the animals at all they dont even notice it.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Jerred M Gracey on June 13, 2013
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I love the pictures very good quality, day and night, the night time motion freeze is ok, not great but better than most night pics when the deer is moving. easy to use, good battery life, love the flash range, and for whatever reason it pics up animals way past the detection range, love this camera
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47 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Nancy J. Hoffman on April 24, 2013
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The only drawback was the memory card that comes with it is too small. Be sure to get Lithium batteries and at leat a 32GB card and you will get lots of hours of use and plenty of pictures.
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