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Cuddeback Dual Flash Wireless Game Camera
The Cuddeback® Dual Flash Wireless Game Camera uses a dual-flash that allows you to set the camera to infrared (IR) only, to Black Flash® only, or IR for images and Black Flash for videos. IR features 28 850nm LEDs and provides a better illumination range while the Black Flash features 28 940nm LEDs and is totally invisible. 100+-ft. flash range with IR. Fast 0.25-second trigger speed means more full-body images and with a super-fast recovery speed that takes pictures within one second of the first, the camera captures animals that are close behind. Remarkable 5MP or 20MP daylight color and black-and-white night images. Separate day and night modes; one-second to 60-minute delays; 10-seconds to 24-hour time lapse; images; 10-, 20-, 30-second video with sound; and one to five images burst mode. Date, time, moon-phase and camera-ID stamps. CuddeLink®, a wireless network of cameras that transmits images to one camera without Wi-Fi or cellular service, allows you to view images from up to 15 cameras on one camera. Any camera using CuddeLink can be configured to be a receiver (home) camera, or a remote camera. The wireless feature enables hunters to check their game cameras without contaminating their hunting site by repeatedly going there to check images. A Genius™ mount makes it easy to mount and aim the camera. The Dual Flash Wireless Game Camera will record images without an SD card. Waterproof coating on all electronics. Runs on four D batteries (not included).
Built-in wireless CuddeLink
Links up to 15 cameras, wirelessly
Keeps human scent away from stand site
Does not use Wi-Fi or cellular service
Dual-flash: Black Flash or IR flash
100' flash range
0.25-second trigger speed
20MP color images
Web ID: 100117739
Rated 1 out of
clicks each time a picture is takenAll these new link and cell versions of this camera make a click each time a picture is taken. There is a filter that is used for night time pictures that does this. It moves the filter into place in front of the lens to determine if flash is needed or not. Cuddeback customer service seems to think this is ok and told me that animals do not mind if there is food.. I had the same issue with one I bought 4 years ago. I thought for sure this would be something that had been fixed since them but nope...they don't care. people keep buying them so they don't change the design to prevent the click. come on Cuddeback, for a premium priced camera it should be better. steer clear of these unless you want to make sure you never see the big buck but one time..on camera then no more.
Why does the camera in the picture description appear to have three antennas and what would those three antennas be used for..
Asked by: Fat Down South
Thank you for your question. The two antennas on top are for Verizon service and the antenna on the side of the camera is for CuddeLink.
Answered by: Cuddeback Management
Date published: 2018-12-17
Why is this a picture of the cellular cuddelink model if it isn't in fact the cellular model? Is the description wrong or the picture? Thanks
Asked by: Charlie11
Thanks for your question. The manufacturer provided the following information:
CuddeLink is not cell service or Wi-Fi. CuddeLink is a proprietary wireless mesh network that allows the cameras to communicate with each other. Typical transmission range in a dense forest is ¼ to ½ mile. In open spaces CuddeLink has camera-to-camera range to over 1 mile. Like all wireless systems transmission range will vary with terrain and conditions.
Answered by: BPSResource3
Date published: 2018-12-18
DO THESE CAMERAS HAVE THE OPTION TO SEND PICTURES WITH CELL SERVICE AND HOW FAR TO THEY TRANSMIT SIGNAL BETWEEN CAMERAS TO HOME CAMERA
Asked by: ARCHERYHUNTER
The G-5093 is a cell service capable camera. The "Cuddelink" system they are explaining is the system they use for the camera's to talk to each other. Cell service starts at $15/month and with the cuddelink system it can cover up to 16 cameras with one service charge.