Cuddeback Seen Game Camera

Priced: $99.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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Cuddeback Seen Game Camera -
Compact Cuddeback Seen Game Camera is perfect for trails, rub lines and scrapes. Select between wide-angle or centered-subject modes to get the perfect shot of whatever walks in front of your camera. Adjustable camera delay from 15 seconds to three minutes. Cuddeback's infrared technology delivers high-quality 5MP photos with consistently even illumination and reduced flash washout at night. Daytime photos are enhanced with Smart Color technology for vibrant colors. See wildlife in action with 10- to 30-second videos, day or night. Also has a time-lapse mode which takes an untriggered photo at intervals between one minute and 24 hours. 120MB of internal memory stores photos if you forget your memory card. Uses an SD card up to 32GB (not included). Requires eight AA batteries (not included) for up to six months of operation. 40-ft. flash range.
Dimensions: 7.5"H x 4.5"W x 2.5"D.
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its funny, that I just received this review as I am filling out the return form.the night pics are not good,the day pictures are bad compared to cameras that are half the price. I am disappointed in cuddyback
buddydog at Cabelas on 09/04/2013

Neutral Reviews:

It is just OK

Guess I was spoiled by earlier product from Cuddeback.
With it's new IR technology the SEEN does catch deer pictures day and night but image quality is often poor, especially at night. It does let you know when deer were in the area, and you can tell relative sizes, but bucks in night pictures lack antler detail and even slight movement by any animal gives blurred images..
cen10 at Cabelas on 09/17/2013