Uses 36 high-power, no-spook infrared LEDs to take correctly exposed images
5.0 MP images day or night
Centered Subject Technology™
Faster trigger speed (1/4 second)
Super Simple Set-Up™
Eight delay options (from 15 seconds to 30 minutes)
Guard Duty time lapse mode
No Card Mode in case you forget to install an SD card
Takes up to 50,000 images on one set of four D batteries
The Cuddeback® Attack IR 5.0 Megapixel Infrared Game Scouting Camera uses 36 high-power, no-spook infrared LEDs to take correctly exposed images in stunning clarity—you’ve never seen IR cam pics that look this good! Captures 5.0 MP images day and night and 30-second videos, too. Centered Subject Technology™ and faster trigger speed (1/4 second) ensure you get more centered images! 60' range, Super Simple Set-Up™, eight delay options (from 15 seconds to 30 minutes), Guard Duty time lapse mode, and No Card Mode in case you forget to install an SD card (up to 32 GB, not included). Takes up to 50,000 images on one set of four D batteries (not included).
Manufacturer model #: 1156.
Cuddeback® Genius Tilt & Lock Game Camera Kit for Attack Game Scouting Cameras sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-404-671-00
Cuddeback® Genius Pole Mount System for Attack Game Scouting Cameras sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-404-670-00
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sarge0924 terrible producy
Bought this in September. Already had to return it ti Cuddeback..Didn't last 2 months before it quit working properly. The pictures started getting cloudy and got to the point they were unviewable. Another member of my deer camp has one doing the same thing and has to return it to Cuddeback also.. Don't waste your money or time on this product....
December 8, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by pango CUDDY BACK NOT SO GOOD
I bought one cuddy back ir attack before deer season opened and as a I tried to use more of its features I found out it won't take a picture any quicker than one minute a part. The 5 sec. 15 sec. and 30 sec. setting takes pics. one minute apart. It also will not take 50,000 pics. on one set of batteries . I've already replaced them and the number of pics. taken are way under 50,000. I will not buy any more cuddy back trail cameras. The best trail cameras i have used are moultries and thats what I will go back to. Don't waste your money on this trail camera for a little bit more you can buy two cameras that will do better.
October 27, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Lindsie Do not Purchase
DO NOT PURCHASE! This camera is a waste of money. We purchased this camera and before the week was up, the camera won't turn on. Now, it is on it's way back to the repair shop again.
October 8, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by RUTnSTRUT Not Worth the Money
I have two Attacks, one IR and one flash. They take great centered pictures but the only problem is I can't keep it out of Cuddeback's repair shop long enough to enjoy it. My Attack flash wouldn't come out of video mode so I had to send it in to be fixed. Now I recently bought an Attack IR through Cuddeback's "fix to new" program because one of my Captures quit working. As soon as I received my new Attack IR, the IR flash wan't working. I sent it in, got it back and now it wouldn't come out of video mode. Very frustrated with these Cuddebacks to say the least. For the money they cost, I expect better.
September 8, 2012
Yes, but the range of view that they claim is no where close to what they claim and the picture quality is poor about equivalent to someone holding a flash light and seeing animals walk past the light.
I had 4 of these cameras. And I used the video settings a few times just trying to get the cameras to actually work. It took video at night alright! In one night it completely filled up an 8 GB SD card full of BLACK...couldn't make out a single thing...
Working??? That is a loose term when referring to a Cuddeback camera. In my experience the camera didn't work below 20 degrees but my camera has been sent back for repairs 3 times in a year and stop working on 70 degree days, so not sure if temperature is a factor or not.
I haven't used it in the cold yet, but it has taken good pictures during some extreme heat. It took great pictures of deer on July 3, 2011 and the temperature was 109 degrees with a heat index of 115 degrees.