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By robnj
#247695
that has some flash range
#247696
That looks pretty good.
Do I see a a bit of rosey glow in the center of the last two color photo's?
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By wv-outdoor
#247698
d'em there look good!! thanks for posting 'em
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By custom1
#247835
That looks pretty good.
Do I see a a bit of rosey glow in the center of the last two color photo's?

we had 6" of snow during the night , camera was covered with snow blocking the light sensor
By rrroae
#247880
If I can get that kind of flash range with a low glow cam, I might have to rethink my strategy. I'm a huge fan of black ir but you miss so much because of the limited flash range and motion blur that seems prevalent on black flash cams.



Any feedback on the motion blur yet and did you have a look at the ir illumination to see how bright it is?




I've shied away from Moultrie the last few years but I'm pretty excited about what I'm seeing.
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By robnj
#247889
is this really a low glow or red flash. in the description it says upgraded m80 but no mention to low glow leds as an upgrade. even there cheapest 59 dollar camera says low glow ? i wonder if its 940 or the 850 leds? market hype or real deal
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By robnj
#247891
i guess it was wishfull thinking for a low glow to be that lit up. i do like the quailty of the pics just dont need to be scaring the deer with the brakelight flash.
By rrroae
#247892
I would say this is not a Low Glow model , The IR Flash is just as bright as last years M80.




I can still see where these could come in very useful. Sometimes I'm more concerned with seeing what's out there in certain spots than possibly spooking a couple. With this kind of range, it will take out a lot of the guess work on those deer that love to stay just out of range for some peculiar reason.
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By wacokid
#247895
Sweet pics, thx for posting, any idea how far away in feet is that skinny tree in the center ?
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