Wildgame Innovations Micro Red 8 Enhanced 8.0 Megapixel Digital Scouting Camera
- Color day and IR night video
- Wide-angle daytime images at 8.0 MP
- FlexTime+™ time lapse
- 36-piece infrared flash with range to 70'
- Redux™ anti-blur
- LCD programming screen
- One-second Rapid trigger speed
- Requires SD or SDHC card
- Measures just 5.9" x 3.4" x 2.5"
- Runs on eight AA batteries
Manufacturer model #: W8E.
Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Spfrejq Better on the market for same price I would not recomend buying this camera. I have attached this camera to the same tree as other brands in the same price range, trust me you are better off purchasing another brand in the smae price range April 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by wrc7926 One of the best quality trail cameras I got this camera for a christmas present and it has out performed most of the cameras i have now. My camera has yet to take white out pictures like other reviews say. The pictures only become foggy in the morning when there is fog, obviously. The quality of the pictures is amazing you can see almost every strand of hair on a deer!! I will show some pics from the camera. It takes good pictures at night and they are great during the day. The battery life isn't the best. It takes a bunch of AA batteries which can drain the battery if you are using video or some of the other more advanced settings on it. February 17, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by ohiodeerhunter Don't Waste Money Just spend the extra money and get a Bushnell or other quality camera - I use this camera at bait sites and still get blurred pictures of antlers - lots of whiteout pictures in morning and evening. - had problem with another Wildgame camera and customer service basically said "too bad my loss". October 16, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by MrNate Good Starter camera This trail camera is good for starters or young hunters. It is easy to set up and very reliable and comes in at a good price. There are only a few things stopping this camera from being outstanding. It will have whiteout pictures in the early morning and late evening when the camera is switching from color photo's to night photos so anything in the picture at those times will be extreamly hard to make out about (1/2 hour in the morning and evening) and it does not have burst mode other than that this Trail camera take great color and night pictures and doesn't let anything slip by without taking a picture August 9, 2012
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