Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5
by geterdonejoe great for the money
i own a nuisance wildlife company in south Florida . I rely on my cameras to take pictures . This is a great camera for the money . its comes with everything batteries and sd card its a compact camera that is easily concealed. after having several other cameras stolen i found this one . I can hide it out of sight and still take great pictures . easy to operate and easy to use . i would recommend this to any one who wants a quality camera on a budget . it works well . On 3/4/2014 i had Don m. a hunter from conn. fly in on a hunt the wild game game camera took this photo of the hogs . and on 3/5/2014 don harvested this pig . thank you wild game innovations .
March 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by TJean Must be set up correctly
I have two of these cams along with many other wildgame cams... These are great in tight areas when you don't want to be detected by the animal... Not sure wah the other's that reviewed this cam gace it such a low rating other than they haven't got any experience with the black outs... They are not going to have the range or brightness of a standard IR cam but when you wan't to get up close and personal on a big boy in tight areas, Can't be beat.... They do not look at or spook from these cams so far and I have hundreds of minutes of footage from them...If you want distance and a open area cam , then don't buy a blackout... If you want to catch that animal up close, undetected, Great little cam's to do so with....Must be set directly at the target... And be close... They look straight at the IR's everytime but not these... They have their uses....
January 16, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by N2OGasman Not Good!!!
Received this as a gift, I set this camera up multiple different ways, HI, MED, LO Res., Still Pics/Video, all modes possible. No matter which setting was used, the pictures would turn out blurry if the slightest movement was detected, some night time pics were solid black showing on the outline of the figure. If it took any at all, day time photos were clear if the subject was standing perfectly still at that time, but I can't imagine game animals standing perfectly still. My old Moultrie D50 works better than this. Taking this device back to BP today.
December 30, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Wampus Nope
I've had a total of four Wildgame cameras in the past, including this one. The other three were cheaper IR models that retailed for about $100. I tought this one being more expensive would better, but it wasn't. For one, the SD card that came with it was corrupt. Second, it's ability to take pictures is suspect. I think it works better in movie mode. My Moultries outperform this three to one any day. Also, there's not a way to lock the camera with a lock. I'm done with WGI altogether now. The only good thing as that the movie playback is better than Moultrie, but it is definitely not HD quality.
December 21, 2013