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Game camera ratings for the Moultrie Gamespy 5MP trail camera are here. Much research goes into doing a trail camera review to help make the search for a quality unit a success. The 5MP Gamespy hits most of the marks needed for a positive review. No camera being perfect we will also talk about anything it could do better. Now on to the game camera ratings.
First The Specs:
- Features tree bark looking finish for camouflage
- 5.0 megapixel infrared game camera
- 3 operational modes -Ir triggered camera, time lapse plot camera,plot camera by day infrared camera by night
- Up to 1-year battery life
- The new Illumi-Night Sensor provides the brightest and clearest nighttime infrared pictures
- 16:9 widescreen images and videos provide a wider field of view than standard game cameras
- Picture delay – 15 seconds, 30 seconds, 1-60 minutes
- Easy to read photo strip with temperature, moon phase, time, date and camera ID stamp
- Records video with sound
- Battery life calculator
- External power port for optional Moultrie PowerPanel ®
- SD memory card slot – up to 32GB (SD card required for operation, card not included)
- Operates on AA batteries 4 or 8 batteries (not included)
- Includes USB cable, mounting strap, and Plot Stalker software CD
One thing that seems to stand out about this trail camera is the high quality of the pictures it takes. Every person who reports in on the game camera ratings of photo and video quality is very impressed with them. Another big plus is the ease in setting this camera up. Very easy is a term best used to describe it. Battery life is good. This is not a small item. If battery life is poor not only do you have to buy more batteries but you also have to make more trips to your area to change them. More trips equals more smell and more chances to spook game. If the batteries hold up you also don’t have to worry about missing any shots of your intended target. Battery life is a bigger part of a deer cameras value than most people realize.
There are a few negatives as always. The number one complaint people have with the Moultrie’s is their customer service. Apparently it’s terrible. That is unfortunate because if your contacting them it’s probably because you have a problem with your camera. Thankfully most of the time there are no problems. It would be nice if the customer support was better when you do need them. In the event of problem, like if the deer camera doesn’t work, you might be better just dealing with whoever you bought it from.
So just to recap- quality unit overall, excellent pictures and videos, very good battery life, easy set up, and good night time pictures. The trigger time could be a little better but I always tell people to aim the camera up or down a trail or at a food plot, orchard or feeder. Most trail cameras do a poor job of capturing pictures of animals walking down a trail when they are directly across from it. And their customer support could use some improvement. One of the best and most reliable places to buy this or any other trail camera seems to be Amazon.
Game camera ratings on this unit- very good.
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