Has anyone ever heard of Stealth Cam

LW

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I was poking around WalMart this afternoon and ran across a blister pack labeled "Stealth Cam" it had a non descript 35mm cam and pir sensor mounted in about a 6in X 8in plastic box had very little description on package $139.99.


Picked up a few pics over the holidays. Forkhorn and spike


This half-rack didn't make it through late muzzleloader season, I found his head and hide at the end of a dead
end gravel road this weekend about 1/2 mile from my feeder.



This spike and forkhorn brought their bunny with em'.



 

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Good pics-never heard of stealth cam but the price seems right. do you worry about someone finding your camera so near the feeder? the horns are really starting to drop in my area.



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I bought the cam (trailtimer $179) to catch the thief that stole one of my feeders it's well hidden unless it's dark enough for the flash to trigger.

I plan to build a couple more cams for survallence but I do love the critter pics too.

Shedding starts in a couple weeks, I have seen bucks on into late February with antlers here in S.E. Arkansas though...  

I was just wondering about the quality of pictures with the stealth cam.

http://community.webshots.com/user/lwwoods2

(Edited by LW at 4:23 pm on Jan. 13, 2002)
 

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Thanks Knob... I will search the net for it.
 

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