Cuddeback Attack Ir Game Camera

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Cuddeback Attack Ir Game Camera -
The result of 25 years of scouting-camera experience and more than three years of development, this feature-loaded unit delivers unsurpassed performance. Its 1/4-second trigger speed makes this the fastest Cuddeback ever. Exclusive Centered Subject Technology means you’ll see more game centered in the image frame. Smart Color Image Enhancement creates crisp, clear daytime images with vivid colors and 5.0-megapixel resolution. At night, Attack IR takes 5.0-megapixel infrared images with clarity that’s far superior to images taken by previous IT models. 36 high-power LEDs produce a true 60-ft. flash range. You can also take 30-second video clips day or night, and Video Plus means you get a still image with every video. Set the camera in time-lapse model and it will automatically take five pictures in a minute during the day (no trigger necessary). This lets you monitor large areas such as fields and food plots for activity. Choose from eight delay options from 15 seconds to 30 minutes. Operating temperature range -20˚F - 120˚F. Uses SD cards from 1GB to 32GB capacity (memory cards sold separately). Use the USB port to download images to a computer or flash drive. Unit comes with the Cuddeback Genius Mount System you can strap or bolt to a tree. Camera runs on four D batteries (not included).
Dimensions: 4"W x 8-1/2"L x 4"D.
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Cuddeback Attack Ir Game Camera Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Can't believe it!

I own 3 different brands of trail cams and Cuddeback is the way to go. Last fall I noticed the tree I mounted my 1st Cuddeback to had blown over in a bad wind storm. The tree was 10" across at the base and of course the tree fell directly on the camera pinning it face down to the ground. The plastic mount was broken but I screwed a new mount to a new tree and it worked as if nothing happened. I get great pics day and night and don't miss much compared to other brands I own. I put new batteries in before Christmas 2013 and have had a lot of super cold weather(-10 to -20 degrees) and batteries are still 75% as of 1/12/14. Can't believe the toughness of the camera and will only use Cuddeback from now on. Only wish the SD card slot was in better place to get it out easier. Also hope they come out with a 7-8 mega pixel model soon. Enlargements would be lots better then. Still the absolute best I've used.
bigbucksRus2 at Cabelas on 01/11/2014

Awesome Night Pictures

The AttackIR has been a solid camera for me so far. I was shocked when I saw the first set of pictures from the field. Almost all night shots were close to perfect from my point of view, with deer front and center without any washout! I have only seen a couple blank images to speak of. Way to go Cuddeback!
Paul4Guns at Cabelas on 08/18/2011

Negative Reviews:

Impressive battery life, not so much on detection

I have owned Cuddeback's since the days when they used film. I bought two IR's this year after last year having witnessed from my stand a bear 15 feet in front of a previous model for over 30 minutes where it took ZERO photos on fresh batteries. On the battery life with the IR, I can not be more impressed. Even after a week in cold 20 degree temperatures, the batteries registered 90% and the units still took lots of photos. The old models lasted maybe four days in the cold. This model takes pretty good still photos. I was amped about the initial results using video mode and reset the video duration to 30 seconds overlooking the spot where I was most likely to have a shot and thought if I took the shot within thirty seconds of the deer showing up, I'd have a video of the impact. Wrong. I did fortunately had a small buck walk and stop 15 feet in front of the camera and I made a "drop it in it's tracks" shot, with no video taken at the important time. Not only that, It took no video of me walking between the dead deer and the camera and circling the deer to verify it was dead until I started walking away from the camera....probably two minutes after the shot. This makes me wonder how many photos and videos this unit misses. I did get a fair number of videos, however they have *much* less resolution than in photo mode. Not sure what brand I should get for next year but I am underwhelmed with his model and ticked that it missed this opportunity to video my first muzzleloader kill. Attached is an image of when it started recording to show how close the deer was.
crownie180 at Cabelas on 12/14/2013

Not Impressed

I have a few different cams and had one of the older Cuddeback flash cameras that worked well for me. What I like about this camera is that when I get a picture, the deer is right in the center. The problems I've had is that I'm missing pictures. I'll have tracks in front of it with no pictures, have watched deer feed in front of it for 10 minutes and only have a couple of pictures (set on 5 second delay), have walked in front of it myself and not have it take a picture and about 90% of the pictures I'm getting now are black with lines through them. Nothing is more frustrating than leaving the camera out for a week in one of my food plots, see that the deer have been pounding it, and only having 14 pics. I'm not one to call and complain and send it in for fixing because that usually leads to more frustration. I'll simply buy another product next time. My Cousin has the same camera with the same problems.
Kevjack6 at Cabelas on 12/06/2013