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Cellular trail Cameras

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spoonman:
Tactacam reveal x are awesome cams. I have my transmission set at instant and my batteries are on 3+ months. Great signal and transmission, images could be better. Had a spypoint and Iíd say the tactacam is definitely better.

Machias:
I have three Spypoint Micros.  I get about 3.5 months.  I have them send photos every 2 hours.

hunter399:

--- Quote from: Machias on September 27, 2021, 08:24:19 AM ---I have three Spypoint Micros.  I get about 3.5 months.  I have them send photos every 2 hours.

--- End quote ---
Although the moultrie one is working, I would never buy one again. If I decide to try another brand it will be a spy point.

highcountry_hunter:
Good info, thanks guys. Iíve got a spot thatís a real miserable hike into but my some stroke of god you pick up lte service around the top of the mountain. Itís also the snakiest looking country Iíve ever been in so Iíve never been able to make myself hike in there in the summer time. Iím thinking a cellular cam hung up in May over a buncha salt would be the ticket. Iíve heard of them with solar panels but never heard any reviews on them.

CJ1962:
I bought a Spypoint a couple of years ago.  it works at the house in Auburn but I have yet to find a spot in the woods that it works. Granted the spots I hunt have limited cell service.  But in some of those spots I am able to make a phone call on my phone but have never been able to get the Spypoint to lock in. So based on my limited experience if you don't have 4 bars on your phone your camera is not likely to work.

I have Verizon. 

Others mileage may very :)

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