Trail Camera Discussion of Manufactured Cameras.
#357335
Sorry, I never heard it.
My favorite trail camera is WingHome trail camera.
Trigger speed is good, the trigger time is 0.4s, so that it won't a single movement of passing by poachers, it can produce both images and videos, which is very flexible for your different needs, besides, the battery life is good so far (8 months on the same set of batteries taking over 1000 pictures) and easy to use.

These photos are taken by my WingHome 350C trail camera.
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By snakelk
#357480
Richard Thompson wrote: Tue May 14, 2019 5:32 am Sorry, I never heard it.
My favorite trail camera is WingHome trail camera.
Trigger speed is good, the trigger time is 0.4s, so that it won't a single movement of passing by poachers, it can produce both images and videos, which is very flexible for your different needs, besides, the battery life is good so far (8 months on the same set of batteries taking over 1000 pictures) and easy to use.

These photos are taken by my WingHome 350C trail camera.
No experience with Herters, and I've never heard of "Winghome." Are there any unbiased reviews of the Winghome cams? Link to manufacturers web site?
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By snakelk
#357489
That's what I thought. Obviously trolling on here and trying to promote a product. I'm always skeptical about those "no name" cameras that show pictures of non-North American wildlife. Sure is a lot of those on Ebay and Amazon.

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