Eyecon Mantis 9Mp Camera

Priced: $129.88 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Eyecon Mantis 9Mp Camera -
The adjustable camera and laser sight offer precise setup, ensuring your trail cam is pointed exactly where you want. 9MP photos and 32-fps videos are in full color during the day, and infrared-LED-assisted monochrome at night. Long 80 foot detection range and 70 foot night time Invis-Flash flash range that are undetectable by animals or humans. Adjustable photo and video stamps include time, date, temperature and moon phase, letting you figure out your trophy buck's habits. Customizable burst settings for photos and length settings for video. Accepts SD cards up to 32GB (not included). Uses 10 AA batteries (not included). Comes with adjustable strap and bark biters for secure attachment to nearly any tree. Full one year manufacturer's warranty. 
Dimensions: 6"H x 3-1/2"W x 3"D.
Camo Pattern: Epic Camoflage.
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Eyecon Mantis 9Mp Camera Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great Camera

Great camera for a great price. Takes really nice pictures and goes a long time on a set of batteries. Love the design and the way you can change the angle of the camera if the tree isn't straight. I am definitely ordering another one!
00buckslayer00 at Cabelas on 09/22/2013

Great Camera

Used this camera on my bear hunt. Worked great and clear pictures. Everything I expected at a good price.
Hotdoc88 at Cabelas on 09/19/2013

Camera of the future

Great price, picture quality, overall size, and unique mounting options make this a great buy.
wallstbuckshot at Cabelas on 09/21/2013

Negative Reviews:

Not a good choice

At first it looked great on the shelf with a neat concept. Needless to say once I got it home and fired it up I couldn't get it to work after taking the batteries out 3 times. While trying to figure out how to work it I found a few flaws. 1. Anyone who walks by the trail cam can have access to the SD card and the programming settings because there's no lock on the door. 2. I'ts difficult to find a way to lock it to a tree so no one could walk off with it. 3. The latch to hold the door where the settings are and the latch to hold the head up right was very stubborn and made me feel like I was about to break it. 4. I can't comment on the how the pics come out because I never got it to work.
WorkingOutdoorsman at Cabelas on 11/03/2013