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Moultrie M-990i No Glow Game Camera

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  • 10.0 megapixel No Glow infrared mini cam
  • Less than 1-second trigger
  • Up to 70-ft night range
  • Illumi-Night sensor provides bright, clear nighttime images
  • Motion Freeze reduces nighttime blur
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Product Description

Product Description

The Moultrie M-990i's built-in 2" LCD screen enables the user to view photos and videos on-site in crystal clear fashion. Each photo will show barometric pressure, moon phase, temperature, time, date and camera ID stamp. This Moultrie M-990i game camera also features FastFire Continuous Shooting that can take up to 4 pictures per second. The camera is capable of holding 9,500 images on 8 AA batteries (not included) and is compatible with SD cards up to 32 GB.

From the Manufacturer

This Game Spy Moultrie M-990i is a feature-rich game camera that includes No Glow technology that's undetectable to the eye to help get a true census without compromising image quality. It has a 70' night range, and its Motion Freeze technology will help reduce night-time blur. This Moultrie M-990i offers 4 operational modes, including: an IR triggered plot game camera, a time-lapse plot camera, plot camera by day/motion detect at night and day & night HD 720p video.

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 9.5 x 5 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00AU6DY98
  • Item model number: MCG-12596
  • Batteries 6 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (412 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,685 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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The following review has been updated seven times since I originally posted it. Each update is identified at the end of the review. Also, I uploaded a nighttime video that you can view.

[edit: August 26, 2014] I just reduced my rating from three stars to two stars. The unit now constantly triggers during the daytime, resulting in several thousand pictures in just a few days, all of them containing nothing except an open field. The audio buzzing on video returned, and I gave up taking video. Moultrie has not responded to my complaint about the false triggers. So, even though the camera is only eight months old, it is no longer performing very well. It does, however, still take good pictures at night, and it triggers reliably at night. [/end edit]

I originally purchased a Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam HD Max, but the trigger sensitivity was extremely poor, and the pictures and video were disappointing. I returned it. I have now used this camera for several days, and have explored all the options and settings. I like this camera much better, and at 2/3 the price of the Bushnell it does just about everything that the more expensive camera claims to do (although the Bushnell does provide more setting combinations).

However, while this camera does the basic job of triggering when motion is detected and then capturing either stills or videos (but not both at the same time), there are several things it could do a LOT better, and there are several important issues that are not mentioned in the reviews at various trail camera sites.

Trigger Sensitivity

The first thing I tested was how far away the M-990i would detect me as I walked across the field of view. The Bushnell was unable to detect me any further than twenty feet away, which is why I sent it back.
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This camera is phenomenal. I just downloaded the memory card after the camera was in the field for one week. I had 398 images of deer, turkey and coons. There were some "landscape" photos, but we had a major storm move through the area on May 30th.

I set the camera up for a 2 shot burst and it performed flawlessly. The daytime picture clarity is second to none. Some of the night time photos were a bit grainy, but not bad. Be sure to use a Sandisk, class 10, 32MB data card with these cameras. They are a bit pricey, but you can typically find them on Amazon for half of what they cost at Best Buy or other big box stores. You will also want to use Energizer Ultimate lithium batteries.
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Chose this camera because of several great reviews I've read about it. Set it up near my garden hoping to see what critters were taking all my veggies and I found out the very next day after receiving the camera. Got 1 photo of a deer and 18 of my neighbor and her daughter stripping the veggie plants clean. Confronted them with printed photos and haven't seen them since. GREAT PRODUCT. Mick
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This is a really nice product. I did a LOT of reasearch before choosing the Moultrie. I use this for both deer hunting and coyote/coon trapping. Just one suggestion to buyers: unless you are going to leave this out for many days/weeks in an area of HEAVY deer activity, I suggest using a 4GB or 8GB card. Yes, this camera will accomodate a 32GB SD card, but it will slow the camera quite a bit and you might miss good shots. An 8GB card will give you thousands of pictures and the camera will run faster on the smaller capacity card. I also got the Moultrie security box and use it with lag bolts as well as a Python cable lock. (The Bushnell Bear-Proof security box is too small for this camera!)
First night I used the camera I got 50 pictures of 10+ deer at various times....evening, night and morning. All good quality fotos! I didn't even use the high-res/high pixelation/hi=quality setting! For my purposes, I bought 2 of the 8GB SD cards. I just swap them back and forth: take the card with pics back home and download and then put the clean/erased/reformatted card back in next time out. If you prefer, the camera will also re-format your SD card for you in about 5 seconds or so. Very convenient in the field. I have used this on windy days and was worried about lots of mis-fires from branches, etc. sucking up the batteries and wasting space on the card, but I have had very few errant pictures.
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If Amazon would allow me to give this 4.5 stars, I would. This is my first Moultrie, but I've had several of the higher-quality game cams over the years from Bushnell, Primos and Wildgame Innovations, and so far, I think this is my favorite. I tested in my backyard for a few weeks and just had it out in the field for one day/night and it did great. The user interface is intuitive and the flexibility and options are great. It's also a great size and good camo design. The pictures are great during the day and as good if not better than any of the other cameras I have with night shots. I have not had any false positives that I noticed and I have not noticed the LED glow at night, so I think this is the best no-glow camera I've used. It has "FastFire" multi-shot mode as well as a regular multi-shot mode, and the FastFire is definitely very fast - good for putting on a trail where the game is moving fairly quickly. But, I find the regular multi-shot mode is better around feeders to get more angles of bucks' racks. After weeks of use, the battery life is still near 100% (using Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries, which I highly recommend for game cams).

The only disappointment I've had with this game cam is that I don't see a difference between VGA mode and HD mode on the video quality, other than the fact that the HD mode is a slightly larger file size on the SD card. In both modes, the video quality is not that great - it looks like both modes are really sub-HD quality (not the 720p that it claims to be in HD mode). I did the firmware update (which, again, was very easy and intuitive), but it didn't help this issue I sent examples of this to Moultrie.
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