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Moultrie Game Spy M-80


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  • 5.0 megapixel infrared game camera, 16:9 widescreen images and videos provide a wider field of view than standard game cameras
  • 3 operational modes: IR triggered game camera; time-lapse plot camera; plot camera by day, infrared camera at night
  • Up to 1-year battery life; battery life calculator
  • The new-Illumi-Night Sensor provides the bightest and clearest nighttime infrared pictures
  • Picture delay 15 seconds, 30 seconds, 1-60 minutes
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Product Description

Product Description

These little cameras are loaded with features like widescreen pictures and videos, new Illumi-Night sensor, battery life calculator and Plot Stalker time-lapse mode. All this in a unit smaller than your hand.

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The Moultrie Game Spy M-80 is a compact game scouting camera with an Illumi-Night Sensor that ensures clear and bright images--day or night. The Game Spy M-80 is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, yet provides 16:9 widescreen images and videos that exceed the field of view provided by most game cameras. The camera is equipped with three operational modes that include: the IR triggered game camera for nighttime images; a time-lapse plot camera with picture delay of 15 seconds, 30 seconds, and 1 to 60 minutes; and plot camera by day, infrared camera at night. The images are stamped with temperature, moon phase, time, date, and camera ID so that you can track patterns and the video mode also records audio. The Game Spy M-80 runs on four or eight standard AA batteries with a battery life of up to one year. Battery life is easy to keep track of thanks to a battery life calculator on the camera--and the camera can also be used with an external power port if you want to try it out with battery-free solar power. Built to last, the Game Spy M-80 carries a one year warranty from Moultrie.

Features and Specifications:

  • Illumi-Night Sensor for bright clear nighttime infrared pictures
  • Three operational modes: IR triggered game camera; time-lapse plot camera; lot camera by day, infrared camera at night
  • 16:9 widescreen images and videos provide a wide field of view
  • Picture delay: 15 seconds, 30 seconds, 1-60 minutes
  • Photo strip records: temperature, moon phase, time, date, and camera ID stamp
  • Records video with sound
  • Battery life calculator
  • Moultrie PowerPanel
  • SD memory card slot: up to 32GB
  • SD card required for operation (card not included)
  • Up to one year of battery life
  • Power: four or eight AA batteries (not included)
  • External power port for optional

What's in the Box
Game Spy M-80, USB cable, mounting strap, Plot Stalker software CD


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 8 x 5.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004V3ATMG
  • Item model number: MFH-DGS-M80
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #170,767 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Daytime pictures are very good.
Roanna K Williams
I called Moultrie and they said that they would replace it.
Kajankow
Battery life is great, takes great pics and video.
klap24

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Hunter22 on December 5, 2011
I bought this camera a few weeks before the hunting season opened and did a series of backyard tests before installing it at my feeder. All turned out satisfactorily, so I placed it near a huge scrape and switched it on. The camera functioned perfectly for a week, providing some stunning shots of big deer. However, after a week the camera became totally inoperable. When I turned it on, the sceen lit up, but no data was displayed. The only way I could turn it off was to remove the batteries. I contacted Moultrie by phone and, much to my surprise, the CR said all I needed was a software update. He walked me thru the process and in less than ten minutes the camera was functional again. Great job of customer service. I own two much older models that have never failed and still produce good shots.
Thanks Moultrie for a great product.Moultrie Game Spy M-80
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 10, 2011
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I've used a lot of Moultrie equipment from feeders to seed spreaders to cameras. They are always a good value for the dollar. This camera keeps that faith going.

The Good:
It's fairly simple to setup.
It's compact.
The pictures are good.
The trigger speed is better than most for a camera in this price range.
Battery life seems reasonable so far, although it's going to be far short of their 1 year claim, but I didn't realistically expect that.

The Bad:
the deer seem to react more to the infrared flash than they do to a standard flash, they don't leave because of it, but I have more pics of the deer staring at it.
you still get wash out/ over exposure from the flash if your subject is too close, although it did make a neat negative picture of the rack on my 10 pt buck.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By John on July 15, 2011
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Camera works great. It is not the top of the line model but I knew what i was buying !
Easy to set up
great day pics ok night pic kind of blurry but that ok I do not hunt at night.
will be buy another if the price is right !
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By RviewInAL on December 24, 2011
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Overall I am pleased with the camera for the price and would recommend it.
The pros:
-Large flash range, says 60 feet, It looks like more in the photos
-Small enough to fit in your pack
-Seems to trigger well
-Uses 8 AA batteries(not C or D)
-Can operate on only 4 AA's
-Setup is simple
The Cons:
-Plot mode captures in very low resolution and no option to change it
-When using all 8 batteries and in a normal plot watch they need to be replaced every 5-6 days. The camera is not flashing it shouldn't use that much battery.
-Cold weather causes alkaline batteries to cut the camera off with some voltage still remaining and camera does not come back on. Even though the switch is in the on position.
-The external power port is only for use with Moultrie's solar panel and the camera will not run solely on external power. If the internal AA's run out the camera will shut off.
-In order to open the door you have to disconnect the external power.
-When in plot mode the camera will only take normal game cam triggered photos at night

Most of these changes could probably be made with a firmware update. I would easily give the camera 5 stars if they were fixed.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Chris on September 29, 2011
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My previous cameras were Bushnell Tropy Cams, so this review is based on those as the standard. Thus far, compared to the Bushnell, the Moultrie M80:
- costs less
- same basic size
- superior form factor allows for easier changing of batteries and SD Card
- silent programming (no beeping unlike the Bushnell)
- Bushnell's always seem to let in the elements in the battery area - no issues with the Moultrie
- Widescreen view allows for wider pictures - a definite plus
- picture quality seems a tad better during the day, and much better definition at night
- does not have integrated slots for use with the Python MasterLock system of locks
- is totally silent when taking pictures whereas the Bushnell makes a audible clicking noise that deer alert to
- battery life seems to be not quite as good as the Bushnell

Conclusion - The Moultrie represents a superior value, will see how they hold up over the course of the next year or two, but I will be switching to these cameras going forward.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Roanna K Williams on August 17, 2011
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I have two of these now, one I have had for about 3 months, the other 2 weeks. So far no problems with either camera. Daytime pictures are very good. Much better than my old Moultrie cameras. I really like having the option for the Plot camera mode, also nice is the Hybrid mode of Plot cam by day, trail cam by night. Plot camera mode will drain the batteries quickly. Set to 1 picture a min, 8 rechargeable AA's will go about 10 days. They only show about 50% charged in the camera when fully charged, but that is probably expected. In normal trail camera mode I am still running on the same set of regular alkaline after 2 months. Battery life will not be a major concern with this camera in trail mode. I also, like how this camera has a strap that feed through the back. My old Moultrie just had little ears on the four corners on the camera to hook small bungie cord to, and after aging outdoors for a couple of years (all year), they had a tendency to break off. I paid $129 and it is worth that. The price is lower now, so even better. I would definatly reccomend this particular model, but I cannot say the same for some other Moultrie models like the D50. Each model must be evaluated on it's own.
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