Allows you to view, zoom, pan, delete, see the time/date, or transfer images
Works with most digital scouting cameras
Features two SD card slots
Comes with USB cable
Take this handheld viewer with you on your image runs. It’ll bypass each camera’s built-in viewer and give you a crystal-clear look at every stored image—with no glare, no obstructions, and no confusing menus to fight through. Allows you to view, zoom, pan, delete, see the time/date, and transfer images. Works with most digital scouting cameras. Features two SD card slots (cards not included); comes with USB cable. Runs on four AA batteries (not included).
Rated 5 out of 5 by VideoIt Good Viewer
I have one and use it all the time. It allows me to transfer the images to another card and allows me to zoom in to look at detail. Rubberized buttons and rugged construction.
March 16, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by GaryJ Junk
Don't buy this product. Unreliable. Mine froze within 1 week of purchase. Unfixable
July 1, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by RedGA Does what it is asked
Despite the less than rave reviews for this viewer I decided to take a chance on it. So far it has been great. It has a good display, love to be able to zoom and pan in the field without having to drag either my laptop or my camera with me each trip. Service from the unit so far has been as advertised, the only complaint I have is when transferring from one card to another it takes about 20 seconds for each picture to transfer, so it can take a while to transfer all your pictures if you have a lot. But knowing this, I only try to transfer from a card that only has a few pictures (trail cam, not feeder cam). I wouldnt hesitate to buy this item again.
January 26, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bmcg NO GOOD PAPERWEIGHT
Don't waste your money, use a digital camera instead to look at your card. I purchased mine last year, after 3 months it quit, sent it back it quit as well sent it back, they (Cuddyback) said it wasn't under warranty ( 1 wk past due) and wanted $90.00 to send me a new one. Told them no thanks that they could keep it, didn't need a "no good paperweight". Hope their cameras are better, I'll never know, cause they will never get anymore of my money.
January 1, 2011