There has been much mention and discussion here about WG cameras, more bad than good.
I usually get inexpensive cameras because they're prone to getting stolen and most cameras only work for a few years at best so then you're not out much money when you need to replace them.
Anytime a package comes with card and batteries it's saving you about $20.
I have had really good luck with WGIs so far, knock on wood. Never got a bad one out of about half a dozen. My oldest one is pushing five years old now, and most have been running in the woods 24/7 the whole time I've owned them-anywhere from two to over four years. The only problems I've had with them is them getting stolen.
I have had good luck with the cheap WGI's, running several Cloak and Terra cameras now and they been in the woods year round now for 2 years. I also run other brands like moultrie, stealth, browning and such. All of them are gonna die just from weather elements in 3-5 years IMO. But, I think WGI is about as good as the others that I run. I do tend to buy the models that are less than 100.00 per camera as I have had them walk off in the past and have learned not to spend a ton on them, otherwise you might be out alot of money. For some reason, anytime someone comes across a camera they tend to want to steal it, really irritating.
I’ve had a few WGI about some for about $100 and they work pretty good then I bought 3 pack on Sale for $100 only one of them works.. all and all I’m saving the money and switching to Browning for the money they are hard to beat..
I recently purchased the WGI Cloak Pro 14 Lights Out 2 pack for $125 from Bass Pro. They’re great so far. A long time ago I had a 3mp WGI camera and loved it but it got damaged by one of my kids. I was given a Stealth cam 12mp as a Christmas present from my MIL a few years back and it took horrible pics compared to the 3mp WGI that I previously had. I think for the price the quality is great on the WGI cams.