It seems to offer a lot for the price. Reliability, durability, and longevity come into question. At this price point, its cheaper than a lot of non cellular units, I have to wonder why. I'd like to stick one in my backyard for a winter to see how it handles some real weather. I purposely kept my Ridgetec out for the past 2, going on 3 winters now. Its saw temps as low as -40F without issues. Starting tonight, for the next 10 days or so, it will see another round of - teens to over -20 plus below zero. Cellular cams need to be especially reliable for those who count on them from 100's of miles away.
There is a sticky on the "cold camera challenge".viewtopic.php?f=1&t=45947