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By Saskboy
#355208
The picture of the coyote is a sample pic the portal sends you when a video is captured. This was set on highres and the photo of the yote cost 6 points. I actually love taking video and getting the 6 point photos, if I like it I can request the full video.
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Both of these pictures were requested through the portal using the request original feature.
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Both of these pictures were requested through the portal using the request original feature.
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By Saskboy
#355213
Here is a pic when I had it set up in the farm yard. This was a 6 point photo sent to my phone as well using the video preview. I would say this is pretty darn good for security purposes as well, as that was my original thought in buying a cellular camera.
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By michiganbowbender
#355245
Here in mid-Michigans lower peninsula a full grown mature male coyote could easily weigh 50lbs or more. An average adult female coyote would probably weigh in closer to 35-40 lbs.
By Saskboy
#355247
40 to 50lbs would be a big coyote, need to set up and shoot him and have a contest guessing his weight. He looks good because winter is coming, got his luxurious fall coat on. Lol
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