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Old 08-28-2017, 08:27 PM
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I am thinking on getting a camera that sends the pics to my email or phone. I see they have came down a little in price since they were first introduced and I am kinda wanting one. I have a place that's a solid 2 hour walk that I hunt and would love to be able to see whats happening without disturbing the area to check cameras. It's way high on a mountain and gets a decent cell signal so I thought about this route. If anyone can recommend a decent one that has the best price plan for data I am all ears. Thanks.
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Old 08-28-2017, 08:33 PM
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HCO Spartan GoCam
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Been using the Moultrie system for 2 months now. Works good. $10 bucks a month.
Just bought the Bushnell system, but have not used it yet. Also $10 bucks a months.
If the Bushnell system works like their basic cameras do, I'll be very happy.
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Old 08-30-2017, 04:42 AM
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Was just looking into this. Thank you.
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Spartan GoCam is the most reliable in my experience. We have Spartans deployed on hunting properties around the country. Mostly Verizon models but also have a few ATT models. In my experience, they work best in areas with 2+ bars of signal strength.
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If the Bushnell system works like their basic cameras do, I'll be very happy.
They do and you'll love it, I know I love mine!! Watch for them on Amazon and you can get the camera for around $200 as well. I think they are running $275 right now on Amazon.
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Are the cell charges month-to-month prepaid? Like if I didn't have cameras running January through May, I wouldn't have to pay for them, and then could just pick back up in June/July?
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Been using the Moultrie system for 2 months now. Works good. $10 bucks a month.
Just bought the Bushnell system, but have not used it yet. Also $10 bucks a months.
If the Bushnell system works like their basic cameras do, I'll be very happy.
How many pics do you get for $10 a month?
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