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Moultrie PANORAMIC 150 Game Camera

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  • 8.0 megapixel infrared panoramic game camera
  • Three motion sensors cover super-wide 150-degree detection angle
  • 5 operational modes - IR triggered game camera Time-lapse plot camera- Plot camera by day, motion detect camera at night- HD video day and night
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Product Description

Product Description

Moultrie Panoramic 150 Trail Camera MCG-12597 Trail Cameras

From the Manufacturer

The Panoramic 150 is a specialty Moultrie game camera for capturing high quality, super-wide digital images of deer and other wild game on your land or hunting camp. With an incredible 150-degree field of view, Moultrie Panoramic cameras cover more than 3 times the area of most traditional game cameras – giving that elusive trophy buck virtually nowhere to hide. With rugged construction that stands up to the elements, and stealthy design that make it virtually invisible to game, the Panoramic 150 doesn’t just work hard; it works smart. It’s a big world out there, so make sure you’ve got a game camera that can capture it: the Moultrie Panoramic 150..

Super-Wide Panoramic Field of View

Ideal for open woods or fields, the Panoramic 150’s super-wide field of view lets you see so much more of the world around it. The 150-degree field of view is almost 3 times more than most game cameras, so you get a more comprehensive picture of your territory.


Decked out in Mossy Oak® Treestand camouflage and powered by Moultrie’s advanced 100-foot Low-Glow infrared flash technology, the Panoramic 150 is designed to capture images of nearby game without disturbing them. Day or night, the motion sensors detect prey within 45 feet – and the lens silently rotates to capture the panoramic photos or HD videos.


Motion Detection

The Panoramic 150 employs a passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor that’s triggered by heat and movement within 45 feet.


Delay is a low-power "sleep" state entered after image capture. Longer delays extend battery life and limit the images recorded in high-traffic situations (e.g. – on a very busy game feeder). The camera can be set for 5, 10, or 30 second delays as well as 1, 5, 10, 30, or 60 minute delays.


When using the Motion Detect function, multi-shot mode allows the camera to record multiple photos per trigger. The Panoramic 150 can be set to take 2 or 3 photos in succession after motion is detected.


Still photos are taken when an animal is detected. When any of the sensors detect an animal, the camera will take a series of three photos, one at each position (right, center, left) and combine these into one panoramic photo.


Still photos are taken when an animal is detected. The number of photos taken when an animal is detected is configurable in Settings. The position in which the photo is taken (right, center, or left) depends on which sensor detects an animal.


Timelapse mode disables the PIR sensor and instead triggers the camera through a countdown timer that will activate during sunrise and sunset, and is adjustable from 1-4 hours.


The camera can be triggered by both its passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor and a time-lapse program.


The Panoramic 150 resets rapidly after image capture, taking only 1 second after a motion trigger until the camera is fully ready to detect motion and capture more.


The camera display is an easy to navigate LCD screen with 2 lines of 16-characters. The other buttons on the front of the display panel are backlit for ease of viewing during low-light conditions.

Night Operation


The flash is equipped with 30 Light Emitting Diode (LED) lights. This 850nm Low-Glow LED technology is minimally intrusive and can illuminate game up to 100 feet away in total darkness.


For night-time operation of the camera, you can select between reduced motion blur or extended flash range to maximize image clarity and visibility.



Allows for multiple settings of photo resolution, to better help you manage storage and image quality. All photos are captured in either 16:9 aspect ratio (the same as modern high-def televisions), or in 48:9 aspect ratio (super-wide panoramic image). Optional resolutions include:

  • Low (0.5MP): Normal — 960x540 - Panoramic — 2544x280
  • Medium (2MP): Normal — 1920x1080 - Panoramic — 3360x630
  • High (4MP): Normal — 2688x1515 - Panoramic — 4800x900
  • Enhanced (8MP): Normal — 3840x2160 - Panoramic — 6384x1197

Captures video in 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio and comes equipped with two different resolution options:

  • Low VGA VGA (640x480) [4:3]
  • Medium (1280x720) [16:9]

Features a 150-degree diagonal viewing area recorded by the camera.


Every image captured can be imprinted with an infostrip along the bottom that includes date, time, temperature (in F or C), moon phase, and a 12-character name of the camera/location.

Physical Characteristics


Covered in Mossy Oak® Treestand Camouflage


The case features an olive drab interior with a solid weatherproof plastic exterior. Comes with standard 1/4”-20 tripod mount on bottom and back, plus strap slots on back for use with included nylon mounting strap. Side of case also features a python lock compatible hasp for additional security.


  • Camera
  • 1” x 4’ olive drab mounting strap
  • User guide in English, French and German
  • Moultrie logo window decal
  • Power


    Camera requires 6 C-cell Alkaline batteries that should last up to the capture of 9,000 images. This is a conservative estimate of photos that can be taken before the camera’s batteries are depleted. Actual results vary based on user settings and environmental factors.


    Camera requires 6 C-cell Alkaline batteries that should last up to the capture of 9,000 images. This is a conservative estimate of photos that can be taken before the camera’s batteries are depleted. Actual results vary based on user settings and environmental factors.


    Compatible with Moultrie’s 12V DC external power sources that can be used to extend field life. Camera also supports AC Power Mode that allows for high-performance and perpetual use of the device.

    Memory & Image Storage


    Works with SD/SDHC Class 4 cards or higher, and can handle up to 32 GB. Memory cards are sold separately.


    Camera is compatible with Eye-Fi Connect X2/Pro X2, which allows the camera to transmit images to a Wi-Fi network and the internet. Moultrie recommends (but does not support) the "X2" series of cards from Eye-Fi.


    When set to "Overwrite Oldest," the Panoramic 150 will erase the oldest photos and videos to create free space for new photos and videos when the memory card is at full capacity. Or if you want to keep all of your old images, you can also set the camera to stop recording new images when the SD card memory is full.

    Other Features


    Optional security feature requires a 5-digit code to operate the camera.


    Moultrie offers a 1-year manufacturers warranty from date of purchase. In addition, all Moultrie products are backed by our industry-leading, US-based customer service team.

    About Moultrie

    Founded by renowned game manager and hunter Dan Moultrie back in 1979, the Moultrie brand has grown to become the leader in game cameras, feeders, and game management technology. Synonymous with quality, durability, and innovation, Moultrie prides itself on always building products the right way and with the experienced hunter in mind.

    It’s not simply features or the latest fad in technology we’re concerned with: it’s giving our customers just the right tools they need to do what they love. We know our customers spend days, nights, and weekends setting up the perfect hunt, which is precisely why our cameras and feeders are designed to work just as hard as you do. And they are made to give you ample field intelligence to help you know the game on your land, grow them bigger, and go home with the trophy that’s only earned by those who’ve spent the better part of their lives in the woods. At Moultrie, we have a simple belief about what all our products should help you do. how you know.

    Product Details

    User Manual & Warranty [PDF]
    • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 9.5 x 5 inches ; 2.3 pounds
    • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds
    • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
    • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
    • ASIN: B00AU6DZI8
    • Item model number: MCG-12597
    • Batteries 8 C batteries required.
    • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (261 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,853 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    98 of 99 people found the following review helpful By TW on September 13, 2013
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    I looked at a lot of trail cameras before purchasing this Moultrie Panoramic. I've only had it set up for a week and I can say that it has taken some very nice day and night pictures with the 4mp setting. I'll try the 8mp setting later. The camera can be set for panoramic or single shot. I'm using single shot on the trail though have tried the panoramic in my back yard and it works very well. I have not tried the video because I am not interested in taking video, but am willing to bet it works well also. This camera is well built and easy to set up. It has been through a few days of heavy rain and has not been affected by it. From trying it out at home for a couple of days and using it on the trail for the past week the 6 size C Ray O Vac alkaline batteries are still at 85%. I am set up at the intersection of 3 trails, 1 coming from the right of the camera, 1 from the left, and the other in front. if it detects from the right or left it will turn to that area and take the picture. It's kind of like having 3 cameras in 1. At the bottom of each picture is the date, time, temperature, and moon phase. I'll try and post some pictures at a later date. I noticed that someone put in their review about camera noise. I really don't notice any significant noise with this camera.

    UPDATE 10/21/13: Have had this camera out for 6 weeks now and the batteries are at 50%. It's worked well in rain and temperatures below freezing. I posted a night picture of a moose and will add a couple others later. The only animal that has noticed this camera is a black bear which came up and put it's face to it (it's too blurry a picture to post). I am still very satisfied with this camera.
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    61 of 63 people found the following review helpful By okievarmint on October 15, 2013
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    While the panoramic pictures are outstanding, the stitching of them together to make 1 photo is poor. They even have an upgrade on their website, but it didn't make much difference. Battery life really needs improvement. I put one on Moultrie's Solar Battery pack, and that works fine; no more batteries! It really needs a guard on the lens, as every time there is dew, light rain, or moisture, the lens is covered so bad all the photos are blurred. I covered the camera and it helped somewhat. The reaction times for videos, while good quality, is lacking. There are too many videos with nothing on them. The sound is fair at best. The plot feature on it is good. I think we will see more panoramic game cams from other manufacturers, but if you want this one wait for an upgraded version...
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    69 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Peter Freyburger on April 17, 2013
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    It is amazing how new ideas just keep emerging in this industry. I purchased this camera to monitor a small rectangular plot along the entrance lane to our property. Thus it monitors both wildlife and human activity. This camera is perfect for a tree on the edge of a woodlot facing out into the open. Minor caveats - If you are not familiar with panoramic shots - be aware that they are very wide but not very tall at all. This makes them difficult to view in the field with a hand held viewer. However, set in single shot mode, this camera should still have excellent "peripheral vision" with standard images. I plan to test that mode next.

    Overall this appears to be an excellent, well built camera that will significantly expand the field of view compared with traditional models. In recent years, I have also found Moultrie cameras much more reliable with longer life span that the other "industry leading" brand that is now turning out models that look great but break down far too soon, at least in my hands.
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    31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Darin on November 3, 2013
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    I bought this camera as soon as it came out. I read all the hype in the magazines and had to buy one. After two weeks in the field the p-150 stopped working. I sent it back to Moultrie and received a new camera. Customer service was good, shipping the new camera took several weeks, though. I put the new camera out and tried some of the features. The panoramic mode is very patchy, but still pretty cool. Next, I tried the regular shot mode. Its supposed to take three pictures in a burst mode. It does take the pictures, but most of the time I get the tail of the deer on the first shot, followed by two more pictures of an empty food plot. The trigger time is very slow. The camera does not follow the animal across its field of vision. It is kind of pointless to have a 150 degree field of view, but only use 1/3 of its ability. Next, I put my Primos DPS on the same tree as my 150, to compare pictures. I couldn't believe how many pictures this camera misses on fresh batteries. I'm guessing this camera probably missed 70% of the deer within 30 yards of the camera during daylight hours. Finally, I wanted to test the video capabilities of this trail camera. When I went to switch modes, I found the camera would not respond. It appeared to be frozen in single shot mode. After consulting Moultrie again they asked me to send the camera back for repairs or replacement. I asked for my money back. This camera is a great idea, but there are still too many glitches with this product to use successfully. I would wait until Moultrie gets all the problems straightened out before I buy this product again.
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    36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By FTW Guy on November 5, 2013
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    Purchased in late August and set up for panoramic with 10 minute delay along with the solar battery backup. It used a lot of battery power but the photos were very good exposure but not seamless pano. C cell batteries with the solar panel were only lasting about 2 weeks. I changed the camera location so the panel would get more sun. It stayed charged better and I was getting 3 weeks on the C-cells. I finally changed to single mode. I got great battery life, but the photos were very inconsistent to being very good to horrible like over exposed. Also, the camera would not always trigger or detect. Season opened Nov 2, 2013 and I was in my blind. Had 9 doe come in and out at the feeder. The Moultrie DID NOT TRIGGER OR TAKE ONE PHOTO in 1.5 hours of activity. I checked batteries and they were at 92% power, and YES IT WAS TURNED ON. Explains why I only had 5 photos all week ! I turned it off and back on. I waited a few minutes, walked in front of it, waited 15 minutes and walked in front of it, waited again and walked in front of it. Total photos came to ONE, the very first one of me. When I left my hunting spot, I reset it to panoramic again and will check it this weekend. I'm not optimistic. It definitely does not work in single mode. I'll be sending it back for repairs when season is over. Glad I only paid $163 instead of the full retail of $249. It's not ready for prime time. Also, don't count on having seamless panoramic shots like they show in the ads. Never got those even after the firmware upgrade that was supposed to fix the problem.
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