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Best Design Or Most Innovative Game Camera Setup - Post your pics here

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6th Annual JHO Game Cam Pic Contest

Best Design Or Most Innovative Game Camera Setup. Post your pics here.

Contest Rules:

Please post only one pic per category. You can post the same pic in several different categories. If you need to edit after the 4 hour time limit please contact us.

Please just post pics, we'll hold off for comments until after the contest.

Pic must be yours, your families or friend's. No ripping pics that you don't own or have copyright to. If you cheat you're out of the contest.

Pics MUST NOT have been used in previous contests here.

Pics must be from home made or commercial game cams. No pics taking by regular cameras that are not part of a game cam (camera trap).

You can enter the contest under one name only, if you enter under more than one name you will be disqualified.

You can retouch or edit your pics with photo editing software if you want to.

No pics with ads or URLs on them (exception for the cam manufacturer). If you post them they will be removed

For the video category you can post a link to your video. If you need help posting a video please let us know and we can get it uploaded for you.
Please add location, date, time of pic and camera model and setup if you want to.

You can save and store your pics in the JHO Photo Gallery here to link them to the contest post.

If you need help on how to post your pics here or how to resize your pics go here.

You can test posting your pics here. Please do not test posting pics here in the contest forum.

Contest will end April 10th 2009. Voting for best pics will take place and prizes awarded then.

Good luck
and remember this is for fun


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Cadillac Cam: S600 XLP in a 1040 with Pipe-through Python Lock, 3d Camo with Rain Lid, Custom Paint Job, Wide Angle Setup, HE AR Glass, External Power Switch with Rubber Boot, Quick Detach Mount and Two C Cell Externals.



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Binocular Cam Unit: 2 - Sony S-600's, Pix Universal board with Time Lapse chip, Aux. power supplies connected to both cameras, lens to lens measurement requirement had to be 2.7" requiring one camera to be mounted upside down and flipped so the lenses were both centered. Both cameras connected to a single Universal board so firing of images were simultaneous. Pics set be taken 1 per hour over a 3 month period of time while suspended over a streambed to monitor mountain meltoff.

After pics were retrieved and loaded to the computer one of the set of pictures had to be flipped horizontally and vertically before being digitally stitched together in the center.

This setup allows for full binocular view of the streambed for scientific analysis.



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multi-directional swivel mount

You can point this thing anywhere you want.

Flip it over if you need clearance pointing down

Left or right and up or down

exploded view



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Instead of attaching directly to the tree at lower levels to monitor my bear baits, I attached a simple angle bracket to the camera then lag bolted the camera to the tree about 12-15 feet up and bend the bracket to get the right angle. I also pass my python through the camera and around tree. I've watched several bears climb the tree to check it out but never bother it. I figure since their paws are busy holding on, they just leave it alone. Plus I usually try to have a heavy branch just below it to help interfer.
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