Here are the first pictures from my game camera. Using the Canon Owl PF and MS20 sensor. Only had eight pictures gone from a 24 exp roll and couldn't stand it any longer. I am hooked now!! Thanks for a great site.
davmart Welcome to Jesses Forum. The anticipation waiting for your first pics is excruciating. Thanx for posting your pics. I love to see the products of everyones hard work. Keep the pics coming. Fubar
Wow:smiley-thumbs-up: really Nice pictures!!!Just pulled a camera out of the woods today(9 pictures) I'm just as hooked, can't wait to get them developed tomorrow. I'll post them If I get anything good......
Thanks for your comments. The camera was set up on a scrape line. Trying to see what was working the scrapes. We felt like there were at least two different deer in these pictures.
Pict #1&2 above. Pict #3 (not shown) was just a head shot of #2 going in the other direction. I had two picture made on the Jan 3, one blank and one of dogs running through (I think they were running one of these guys). The last picture was the last one shown here. Others were made during setup/checkout.
Thanks again for all the help. I never posted before because I was able to find all the answers to my questions in this forum. I am gathering the parts to build a second cam for the guy who oversees the land these were taken on, and then I may work on a second cam for myself.
Got 46 pictures with the new digital camera, and 3 with my home brew. Will have to wait till the film is finished before I see what is on them. The corn is 30 feet away from the camera, and the camera is 2 1/2 feet off the ground. Tonight it will be higher. The first picture is one that I made take before I left the spot. I had the camera set for 1280x960, but I reduced the size before posting. http://community.webshots.com/user/memoryloss
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Man that thing works really good!! nice!!! our electronic wizards need to figure a mod for these things,How far was the corn from the cam?better yet how far is it to the last tree on the left that is leaning right?
What kind of set up is that? Those are awesome night pics. I didn't think you would be able to get that kind of quality from a digital camera. We would appreciate it, if you would elaborate on the digital setup that you have.