Moultrie Game Spy Plot Stalker
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- 8.0 megapixels, high-definition playback
- Upload and share with You Tube, Facebook, Flickr
- LCD Display shows Plot Stalker program, images taken, memory, and battery capacity
- 16MB internal memory; accepts up to 32GB SD card
- Includes mounting strap, USB cable, and software CD
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Moultrie Plot Stalker 8.0MP Game Camera lets you see a whole day's game action in just 10 minutes! This Moultrie Game Cam has a time-lapse mode so you can see 12 hours of scouting in a 10-minute video clip! Here's the "heads-up" before you head out: It takes up to 3,600 images in one day with software that stitches the images into a high-definition video. Playback speed up to 8X; 8.0 megapixels for outstanding color clarity; Motion Track Advance lets you skip to pictures with activity. Rewind, pause, play and zoom in / out for great views; 4 resolution settings; Picture delay from 10 seconds to a full day. Up to 4 daily on / off cycles; Rugged, weather-resistant sealed housing; Time and date stamp on every photo; LCD display shows the Plot Stalker program, images taken, memory and battery capacity; 16MB internal memory, expandable to 32GB using your own SD cards; Easy navigation and easy setup (no tools, wires); Uses 4 AA batteries (not included). Has a power port for a Moultrie Power Panel; Comes with mounting strap, USB cable, software CD; Lets you upload to YouTube, Facebook, Flickr. Requires PC with Windows 7, XP or Vista. Scout it out like never before! Order yours today! Moultrie Plot Stalker 8.0MP Game Camera
Top Customer Reviews
The strap is about a yard long. That should be fine for a small tree or fence post. It's standard strap webbing so finding a longer one shouldn't be too difficult if you need it. I'll be using one of the threaded mounts, though.
Yes, it does look like it will be a battery eater. I put in fresh alkaline batteries and it draws down to 80% after only a few pictures, but climbs back to 100 after a short while. It's around 14 degrees F, so that in itself is going to impair the batteries. Of course, how often you take a picture figures in heavily, too. In any case, don't have high expectations for battery life. Consider getting a larger external battery, solar panel, or AC adapter for long-term use.
One con seems to be turning the unit completely off. It's not working like the instructions say it should...the red indicator light keeps blinking every 3 seconds or so. I think the position of the rotary switch is important, but I'll have to experiment.
There's also this big warning that you shouldn't operate the unit without batteries or damage will result. I don't quite get this as it obviously wouldn't run without batteries. Maybe what they're trying to say is not to run it off external power without batteries (I expect the batteries are necessary to retain saved settings).
This device was made in China, so I wonder if the instructions are unclear due to translation issues.
In any case, I'm happy with the build quality, and my initial tests have gone well. I don't expect major issues in the field.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use it daily. will order another one soon.Read more