Moultrie A-5 Low Glow 5 Megapixel Infrared Digital Game Camera
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Get great low glow infrared game scouting performance at price low enough to outfit your entire property with the Moultrie® A-5 Low Glow 5 Megapixel Infrared Digital Game Camera. Easy to set up, the A-5 delivers high quality, 5 megapixels images and video clips, day or night. The camera's low-glow infrared flash won't spook game, allowing you to monitor your land, track wildlife patterns, and view the visitors that frequent your food plots without ever bothering the game. This virtually undetectable flash provides clear images of game up to 50' away from the camera. Every image taken by the A-5 features the moon phase, time, date, and camera ID stamped on the image. Picture delay settings gives you a choice of 1, 5, 10, or 30 minute delays to give you an idea of the activity in front of the camera. Accepts SD memory cards up to 32 GB (not included). Operates on 4 C-cell batteries (not included).
Manufacturer model #: MCG-12589.
- Easy setup
- Quality 5 megapixel images
- Low-glow infrared flash
- Video clips
- Picture delay: 1, 5, 10, and 30 minutes
- Moon phase, time, date, and camera ID stamp
- SD memory card slot
- Operates on 4 C-cell batteries (not included)
Rated 2.4 out of 5 by 16
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mule659 Good Camera
First off, I think people expect way too much out of their game cameras. They see the pictures people get on hunting shows with cameras costing hundreds of dollars and expect the same out of an inexpensive model. Not to mention the shows only show you the good pictures.
I have been happy with this camera so far. It takes decent quality pictures and is easy to set up. For those who say it is difficult to set up, try reading the manual and taking five minutes to do it properly.
About the trigger speed...I set mine looking down a trail or over a mineral sight. Not somewhere the deer are going to simply walk across from one side to the other. I very rarely have a problem with catching partial deer. It's all about knowing how to set the camera up and knowing how your deer are moving.
Overall, this is a quality camera for the money. If you cannot afford, or do not wish to spend a lot of money, buy this one. I have not been disappointed.
August 27, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by AvidHunter7777 Plain but functional
For the price, this one isn't bad. I have 30 total cameras and 2 of these. As long as they are put in a large, open area or food source...they do pretty well. Trigger speed is slow and larger bucks do seem to notice and/or hear it. It takes 200-300 pics religiously each week though and batter life is about 2 months at that level.
August 26, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Jack43 poor camera
I have 3 other Moltrie game cameras and I thought this one would be comparable to my oldest one. Not so. It has poor set up choices. Poor picture quality and no provisions for locking. The shutter speed is also slow. lots of deer rear end pictures. The Moultrie M880 for $130.00 is a much better choice if you want a budget camera.
August 20, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Hedrick Worst Camera Ever
This camera is difficult to use, it is not reliable, and it only lasted 3 weeks during hunting season. I am extremely disgusted with this product and would have expected higher from a well known company such as moultrie. I would not recommend this product to anyone. You would be better off buying a disposable camera.
July 6, 2014
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