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 5 out of 5 by VaRoaddawg Even a Bear couldn't break it
I have owned several game cameras from downright cheap to the Attack IR and in this case you get what you pay for. I have two of the attack IR cameras. Battery life has been awesome in both. One set of batteries lasted from Summer into Winter hunting. Went to check one of the cameras, and it had been ripped from the tree. Went back to the computer and low and behold there were several great pictures of a small Black bear approaching the camera and swatting it off of the tree. It had been watching a Salt lick. Even from the ground it took great pictures for the week until I came to find it on the wet ground. Had to buy a new bracket, but still works great. Planning on getting 2 more to replace my cheapo cameras. Trigger speed is the key. Some of the cheapos take great pics, but don't catch all of the subjects in the frame. With the attack IR I never get a blank picture. Takes great night photos as well
May 8, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by bogey09 good purchase
very fast trigger speed, and easy to use. good quality on pictures.
December 26, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by DWBREN Terrible Performance
I would not recommend this product(?) to anyone! I have had two, and I will not own annother. The first unit was not waterproof and got water inside the lens and IR light source, making for very poor images. BassPro was nice enough to give me a replacement which has also failed. The second camera is producing daylight images totally pink. Also, the battery life isn't the best.
I will now purchase something beetter, like the Leupold.
December 23, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by dehunter wow what a camera
this camera how awesome battery life. and takes awesome pictures day and night. the video are a little blurry but i haven't seen a camera that has good night time video ( i also own a Bushnell). The guard duty is awesome for f you have a small food plot or long trail that you want to watch. overall this camera is amazing. i would though recommend the security box because it helps keep water off of it and keep others from taking it .
December 19, 2011
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.