Cuddeback Ambush Black Flash 5Mp Camera

Priced: $149.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cuddeback Ambush Black Flash 5Mp Camera -
Simple to set up and use, this compact Cuddeback delivers full-size performance with a blazing 1/4-second trigger speed. Choose wide-angle or centered-subject modes with zone control detection. Black Flash infrared illumination delivers exceptional nighttime photos with minimal blur and washout. Smart Color technology captures rich, vibrant daytime photos. Record wildlife in action day or night with 10- to 30-second videos. Time-lapse modes take one to five untriggered images per minute or at intervals between one minute and 24 hours. Uses an SD card up to 32GB (not included). 120MB of internal memory stores photos if you forget your memory card. Requires eight AA batteries (not included) for up to six months of operation.
Dimensions: 11"H x 6.5"W x 4.5"D.
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Cuddeback Ambush Black Flash 5Mp Camera Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Black Flash

I hear people complaining about the quality of the pictures and when I see the pictures they are all at night. I own 2 of these cameras and the daylight pics are absolutely great and nighttime are not going to be as good (as they tell you on Cuddebacks website) because it is blackflash technology meaning it gives off zero light. If the animal is moving when the pciture is taken it does look blury. However, I prefer the zero flash/light at night as it doesn't alarm the big bucks and I get more pictures. Again, if you go to Cuddebacks website they will show you with pictures what you can expect. One last note, I had 3 different cameras out just in the last few weeks with below zero weather. The only one that still had battery life was the Cuddeback Blackflash. I am very impressed with battery life.
ocry0301 at Cabelas on 12/09/2013

Great Black Flash Cam!!!

The Cuddeback Ambush Black Flash is a great camera. It has a quick trigger speed, and it has GREAT battery life I had mine out since early July and just changed the batteries at the first of the year. The only down side to this camera is that there is some motion blur, but that is to be expected with a black flash cameras.
bowhunting86 at Cabelas on 01/30/2014

Negative Reviews:

Do Not Buy

I was looking for a new camera that would reduce the number of pictures taken at night with motion blur. I currently own Moultries (1 with a red IR with their reduced motion blur feature and 1 with their version of an IR black flash with the same motion blur reduction feature). With these two Moultrie, I get about 1 out of 3 nighttime pictures with motion blur. So I was specifically looking to add a “better” camera to improve the number of picture with nighttime motion blur. I had heard good things about Cuddyback and decided to spend the extra money and buy the Cuddeback Ambush Black Flash 5MP Camera.
After 4 nights I had 41 pictures. Approximately 35 pictures had motion blur so bad, you could not tell if the deer were bucks or does. I had a picture of something (maybe a fox) but the motion blur was so bad, you really would not tell.
I am not sure if all cuddebacks perform this poor, but I am sending my cuddeback back to Cabelas for this reason..
ArcheryHunter711 at Cabelas on 01/28/2014

strike one

Received the camera and proceeded to set it up. This went well, however it will manually take pics but not in armed mode. This is not good. When I went to check the pics it did take in the manual test I discovered that 3 different brands of point and shoot cameras would not read the card. I finally tried a universal card reader and got to see the pics I took. 1 was in color and the rest were in black and white in a daylight setting. I will be returning the camera because it doesn't work for one thing and the other is that I would not be able to check cards in the field without a compatible viewer.
bigsky99 at Cabelas on 01/03/2014