Browning Range Ops BTC-1 Trail Camera

Browing Range Ops review
Browing Range Ops review

Browning Range Ops BTC-1 is the third trail camera model that Browning introduced at the beginning of 2013 (you can check the reviews for other two Browning models in here).

It was clearly designed to be the cheapest option in Browning’s selection, but at the same time it did not compete directly on price with the cheapest models on the market (models such as Primos 35 or Moultrie A5).

It is obvious that Range Ops has been made with the same ambition than the other Browning models and that ambition has produced a solid mid-price trail camera.

BTC 1 trail camera is capable of providing exceptionally good 6-megapixel images and also HD video with sound. Powerful IR flashes with a nice range of 50+ ft. ensures that the nighttime picture quality is solid too.

When it comes to design and user-friendliness, Browning Range Ops is as well-executed as the other Browning trail camera models.

Case finishing allows it to blend well into woods. You can mount the camera with the nylon strap that comes included, and also add Python cable lock for improved security. ¼” -20 threaded socket allows you to use various tree mounts with the camera.

Detection circuit

Range Ops BTC 1 detects motion up to 50 ft. and like in other Browning models, the width of the detection zone is roughly the same as the field of view (55 degrees) of the camera itself.

Browning trail cameras are famous for fast trigger speed and recovery time and Range Ops is no exception.

Trigger speed is close to 0.5 seconds and in roughly two-second, the camera is ready to take a new picture. Range Ops also features multiple photo delay options, as well as multi-shot, rapid-fire and time-lapse modes.

And if you are trying to find a trail camera that also has a detection zone width of 55 degrees that is perfectly matched with the field of view, your task becomes even harder.

These exact properties will ensure that you will get very few empty shots with Range Ops.


Changing the batteries is really simple since you don’t have to open the camera casing for that. And what comes to battery life, Range Ops BTC 1 is one of the best in its price range.

You can expect at least a couple of months lifetime on rechargeable NiMH batteries and up to six months with Lithium ones. There is also the possibility to use external 12V power source to further extend the operational time.

Browning Range Ops Features

  • 6 megapixel image resolution
  • HD video clips (1280×720) with sound
  • IR LED flash with range up to 50ft
  • Timelapse mode (Browning Buck Watch Timelapse viewer software comes with the camera)
  • Multi-Shot mode, up to 4 images
  • Rapid Fire mode, up to 4 images
  • TV out and USB ports
  • Pictures tagged with time, date, temperature, moon phase, and camera ID
  • Programmable picture delay (5 sec to 60 min)
  • Supports SD memory cards up to 32GB
  • ¼” -20 socket for tripods and tree mounts
  • Powered by 8 AA batteries
  • 12 volt external power option
  • Python cable lock compatible


  • You can find very few trail camera models on the market at this price point that can compete in trigger speed and recovery time with Browning Range Ops.
  • The pictures quality of Range Ops is simply good.
  • Daytime pictures are colorful and well balanced, and night time shots are quite good too.


  • It is hard to find big flaws in Range Ops. Well, actually it is hard to find any flaws in it.
  • One of the minor flaws is the quality of night time shots. They tend to be little grainy and thus could be better.
  • Also, the video quality could be better during night time.


Browning BTC 1 is an excellent trail camera choice for those who are not seeking the ultimately cheapest option on the market.

It is easy to use, well designed, solid trail camera with exceptionally fast trigger speed and recovery time.

And when you add excellent battery life into the equation you have yourself a versatile, newbie-friendly trail camera.

Moultrie M-880 Low Glow Trail Camera (2013 model)

Moultrie M-880 Game Camera Review

Note to reader. Moultrie M-880 (2013 model) seems to be obsolete nowadays but most of the facts below apply to M-880 2014 model as well. We are hoping to update this blog with new trail camera reviews during this spring, including new Moultrie models.

One of the things I really like in today’s trail camera scene is the amount of competition. There are so many manufacturers providing various models, especially in entry level and mid price range cameras that after the introduction the trail camera prices tend to go down rather quickly. This is naturally good for us, the customers.

This is exactly what has happened to Moultrie M-880. Upon introduction in the early 2013 it was one of the top models of Moultrie’s product line (and it still is), and it was priced roughly at $180. Now the price has come down substantially, and you can find Moultrie M-880 for sale at approx. $130.

The predecessor of Moultrie M-880 was Moultrie M-80XT, which was among the top game cameras in its price range and also one of the best selling Moultrie models overall. In a nutshell, Moultrie M-880 makes everything better than M-80XT. It has faster trigger speed, faster recovery time, outstanding night range and it shoots HD video with sound.

M-880 is equipped with 8MP image sensor and 30 LEDs Low Glow IR flash. You can view both images and videos on a 16:9 widescreen.

Both night and day picture quality is outstanding. Day pictures are colorful, and contrast, color as well as lightning are well in balance. Due to powerful IR flash, the night time shots are bright from left to right with plenty of depth.

M-880 day photo

Picture delay option in M-880 allows you to set delay from 5 seconds to 60 minutes. The FastFire mode takes 1-4 pictures per second, and Multi-shot 1-3 pictures in row.

Moultrie M-880 supports SD memory cards up to 32GB. The manufacturer states that the camera can capture up to 9,500+ images on one set of 8 AA batteries.

Moultrie M-880 Specs

  • 8.0 MP image resolution
  • less than 1-second trigger speed, recovery time approx. 2.5 seconds
  • Low Glow IR flash of 30 LEDs, range up to 100-ft
  • time-lapse mode
  • day&night HD (720p) video recording with sound
  • Illumi-Night and Motion Freeze technology to improve nighttime shot quality
  • 16:9 widescreen photos and video
  • FastFire mode takes 1-4 pics/secMoultrie M-880 Specs
  • 1-3 shots multi-shot mode
  • photos tagged with moon phase, temp, time, date and camera ID
  • delay options of 5/15/30 seconds, 1-60 minutes
  • password protection for improved security
  • compatible with SD memory cards up to 32 GB
  • runs on 8 AA batteries
  • integrated strap loop
  • Python® cable compatibility


M-880 is one of the smallest trail cameras on the market today. The case of the camera is well designed.  As an example, the entire battery case slides out of the camera, so you don’t need to remove the camera from the tree in order to replace the batteries. Moultrie has also included two ¼” x 20 threaded inserts instead of typical one, allowing you to use variation of tripods and/or tree mounts with the camera.

The use of M-880 is really easy. The controls are user friendly and programming is made intuitive. Even if you are a total newbie with trail cameras, you should not need to glance at the manual.

The powerful flash makes M-880 one of the best night game cameras there is. The flash coverage is really good from left to right and the range is phenomenal.

The detection circuit makes M-880 a great camera for hunting. Moultrie states that the camera can detect 100% of the movement within 40ft. In reality the camera can detect almost everything even up to 60ft. The detection zone is at least as wide as the field of view of the camera itself. Combined with trigger speed of less than 1 second, and fast recovery time, it is guaranteed that you will catch even the fastest moving animals.

Picture and video quality can only be described with one word: outstanding.

The fact that Moultrie M-880 runs on 8 AA batteries is naturally a good thing as it allows you to use rechargeable batteries and save some money in the long run.


Even though the IR flash uses low glow LEDs, the flash itself is actually quite visible. Now this is not an issue for most of the customers, merely something to be aware of. If you need a trail camera with totally invisible flash, you should check our reviews Browning Spec Ops or Wildview TK40.

The instruction manual of  M-880 is not the most thorough one. On the other hand the camera is relatively easy to operate, so in most cases you won’t be needing the manual at all.


The fact is that Moultrie is nowadays one of the best game camera brands. They have plenty of models to choose from and they all are durable models. Moultrie M-880 is perhaps the best Moultrie model (and best trail camera in general) what comes to overall value. It is really difficult to find as good camera at this price.

So if you are not on a shoestring budget and you want a camera with plenty of features, excellent picture quality and high value in general, buy Moultrie M880.

Get Moultrie M-880 Low Glow Game Camera at best price by using the Buy button below.



Browning BTC-3 Spec Ops Trail Camera

Browning Spec Ops Trail Camera Review
Browning Spec Ops Trail Camera Review

Browning came to trail camera market by introducing three series of trail cameras. Upon the introduction, the Spec Ops series was considered as the crown jewel of Browning’s selection (nowadays Strike Force and Dark Ops are the top models).

In a nutshell, Browning BTC-3 Spec Ops is an amazing trail camera with all the features that you can possibly need.

It does not matter if you are looking for a game camera for hunting, observing a feeder or for property surveillance, Browning Spec Ops can handle everything.

Browning Spec Ops BTC-3 is an 8MP trail camera that is equipped with No Glow LED flash with range up to 50ft. No Glow flash is invisible for human eye, making the camera excellent for surveillance purposes.

The photos produced by the camera are outstanding. Daytime pictures are bright, full of color with superb contrast. It is quite typical that night time images of no glow cameras are not as good as those taken by similar cameras using low glow flashes.

Since no visible light is emitted by no-glow LEDs, it is normal that night time shots tend to be little dim and grainy. However, the night shots of Spec Ops are actually quite good.

Blur and graininess can be found from the pictures occasionally, but most of the times night shots are clear with good contrast and lighting.

BTC-3 features a time-lapse mode, rapid-fire mode (4 shots in 2 seconds) and multi-shot mode (up to 8 shots). You can also set the picture delay from 5 seconds to 60 minutes. The camera is also capable of recording HD videos with sound (up to 2 minutes of video clips).

Spec Ops is powered by 8 AA batteries and it stores the images and videos on SD memory card (supports up to 32GB)

Browning BTC-3 Specs

  1. 8MP image sensor
  2. HD videos with sound
  3. Invisible no glow LED flash with range up to 50ft
  4. 2” TFT viewing screen
  5. Trigger Speed less than 1 second, recovery time approx. 2.5 seconds
  6. Timelapse mode (Browning Buck Watch Timelapse viewer software comes with the camera)
  7. Multi Shot mode, up to 8 images
  8. Rapid Fire mode, up to 6 images
  9. TV out and USB port
  10. Picture info bar displays: time, date, temperature, moon phase, barometric pressure, camera ID
  11. Programmable picture delay (5 sec. – 60 min.)
  12. Support SD memory cards up to 32GB
  13. ¼” -20 socket for tripods and tree mounts
  14. Powered by 8 AA batteries
  15. 12 volt external power option
  16. Security code for increased protection

Browning Spec Ops Features

As already mentioned at the beginning of this Spec Ops trail camera review, the picture quality of the camera is outstanding.

One of the things enabling the great images is the detection sensor of the camera which works like a charm.

The trigger speed is under 1 second and the recovery time is less than 2.5 seconds. Thus this camera can detect even the fastest moving animals.

The detection zone is both wide and deep, so you will most likely get very few empty frames with this camera.

As with their other trail camera models, Browning has really hit the home run what comes to ease of use and design. Setting up the camera is quick and easy, thanks especially to internal 2” TFT viewer that provides you a live preview, making positioning of the camera so much easier.

The small size and excellent camo finishing make concealing of the camera easy. Like in competing model Moultrie M-880, also in Browning BTC-3, the batteries are conveniently located in a removable battery tray on the bottom of the camera.


Browning Spec Ops is nearly perfect trail camera. One minor flaw of the camera is slightly high power consumption. If you want the best possible battery lifetime you should use lithium batteries that can last approximately 3-4 months. However if you want to save some money you can use NiMH rechargeables that should keep your camera powered for max. two months.

Another flaw reported by users is slightly disapponting video quality during nigh time. The videos taken at night tend to be grainy. As mentioned earlier, at the moment this is typical for no glow cameras. If you know that you are going shoot lot of videos, especially during night time, BTC-3 may not be the number one choice for you.


Browning BTC-3 Spec Ops black flash camera is exceptionally good trail camera in every sense. Due to the fact that it is equipped with no glow flash, and that it has excellent detection circuit, it is one of the most versatile trail cameras in this price point.

Currently, there really is only one trail camera in addition to Spec Ops that can provide as much value in such a small package and that is (in our opinion) Moultrie M-880.

In the end, it all comes down to the planned use of the camera. If you need to use your camera as a security camera, then Browning Spec Ops might just be the best option for the task.

On the other hand, if you are planning to use your camera for observing wildlife, then you will have more options to choose from. These are the facts, the choice is yours.

Buy Browning Spec Ops


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Browning BTC 2 Recon Force Super Reliable Trail Camera Review:

Browning trail cameras were introduced to the public in early 2013.

The core idea behind the launch was to provide a trail camera series that would be a step above the rest trail camera models on the market and still be affordable.

Recon Force Product Specs:

Features Browning BTC 2 Recon Force
Image resolution8 MP
Detection range65 feet
Trigger speedLess than 1S
Battery8 AA batteries
Supporting modesRapid Fire shooting up to 6 images
Multi-Shot mode up to 8 images
Flash30 IR LEDs flash
Memory32 GB
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Browning also wanted to create a series of trail cameras that had some features exclusive to Browning cameras.

Thus three trail camera series was introduced; Browning Range Ops, Browning Recon Force, and Browning Spec Ops.

With these trail camera models, Browning also introduced a range of trail camera accessories like tree mounts, security boxes, external power packs, and even their own memory cards and batteries.

Build and design

The interface is easy to read due to large symbols and display backlight. The case design is top-notch; a tight seal keeps the moisture out and camo design blends the camera well into bark patterns.

browning recon force review


Browning BTC 2 Recon Force Trail Camera is the mid-level game camera of the selection that was introduced. In a nutshell, it is a reliable trail camera that offers excellent day and night picture quality and is easy to use.

Daytime photos are bright and colorful and nighttime pictures are clear and sharp thanks to powerful IR flash.

Browning Recon Force provides 8MP image resolution, HD video clips with sound, time-lapse mode, as well as multi-shot and rapid-fire modes.

Pictures come stamped with moon phase, temperature, time, date, and camera ID info.

The IR flash of the camera consists of 30 red glow IR LEDs enabling an excellent flash range of 65+ ft. This Browning model also features “Zero Blur” technology that ensures the best picture quality day or night.

Detection circuit

The detection zone of the Recon Force is almost as wide as the field of view of the camera (55 degrees) and the detection range is 45ft. on average.

The trigger speed of recon Force is impressive; less than 1 second. And this camera also recovers quickly, the recovery time being approximately 2,5 seconds.

The trigger speed of less than 1 second combined with a wide detection area and fast recovery time ensures that you will not miss a shot.


Browning Recon Force accepts SD memory cards up to 32 GB and operates on 8 AA batteries.

To get the best out of the camera and to extend the battery life, it is recommended to use Lithium batteries.

On the other hand, if you want to save money in the long run and you don’t mind a shorter lifetime you can use rechargeable NiMH batteries.


  • The quality of the photos both day and night is really good.
  • Browning Recon Force is easy to set up.
  • This camera really is fast when it comes to taking pictures.


  • There really are not many weaknesses in this camera.
  • One small flaw is the power consumption both day and night.
  • The battery life of the Recon Force really is not as good as some competing trail camera models.


Browning Recon Force is an excellent trail camera at this price range. At the moment it is one of the few affordable trail camera models that can seriously compete with popular models like Moultrie D-444 and Bushnell Trophy Cam.

Moultrie D-444 8MP Low Glow IR Trail Camera: Best value for money

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If you are looking for a trail camera that provides the best bang for the buck, Moultrie D-444 sure is one of the top choices.

It may not be among the cheapest trail camera models, but it is still very affordable (the price of D-444 is currently around $110).

Moultrie D-444 is one of the several new models that Moultrie released at the beginning of 2013, and it may well be the best one of those when it comes to value for money.

The list of features it provides is quite outstanding and it is hard to find a competitor’s model that could offer the same at this price.

Moultrie D-444 Review


D-444 is equipped with 8MP CMOS image sensor that provides clear photos and videos. Nighttime pictures and videos are illuminated by IR flash that consists of 26 Low Glow LEDs.

The picture quality of both night and day images is nothing but excellent. Especially the night pictures are very impressive. Powerful IR flashes together with Motion Freeze technology provides clear and precise pictures.

The flash has an excellent range up to 80-ft and due to Low Glow LEDs, the flash won’t spook the game.

D-444 has four different operational modes to choose from. It is also capable of taking multi-shots (1-3 shots), FastFire shooting (1-3 pics/second) and time-lapse photography.

D-444 records your photos and videos on SD memory card (supports up to 32GB) and Moultrie claims that it can take over 25,000 images on one set of batteries (6 x C-cell).

Detection circuit

The detection zone is wide and deep, the bigger game can be detected roughly at 60 feet and small birds that come into the field of view at about 20 feet. Combined with fast trigger speed this means that you will very seldom miss the shot.

One of the superior features of D-444 is the trigger speed of less than 1 second which is fast enough to capture any moving animal.

D-444 Product Features
D-444 is simple to set up

  • 8MP image resolution
  • full-color day pictures, black and white night pictures
  • Motion-freeze blur reduction technology for better nighttime pictures
  • photos stamped with date, time and moon phase, temperature and camera ID info
  • 640×480 AVI video (10 seconds) @ 24fps
  • trigger speed less than 1 s, recovery time 15 sec.
  • 26 low-glow IR LEDs flash with a range up to 80 ft
  • LCD text screen for settings
  • 4 operating modes; IR triggered, Time-lapse, Time-lapse by day & motion detect at night, day and night video
  • delay time range 15/30 seconds, or 1-60 minutes
  • multiple image mode of 1-3 photos
  • FastFire mode of 1-3 images/second
  • password protection
  • powered by 6 C-cell batteries
  • compatible with standard camera tripod mounts
  • SD card slot supports SD memory card up to 32GB
  • integrated mounting strap with Python cable compatibility
  • weatherproof camouflage casing
  • size 9.7″ x 6.3″ x 4”
  • one year warranty


  • The motion sensor is very good.
  • The battery life of D-444 is among the best in this price group.
  • Setting up and programming of the camera is logical and easy.


  • The only small drawback of D-444 is the long recovery time.
  • After the shot, there is a 15-second delay before the next shot can be taken. Many times this is a too long time for fast-moving animals.


To put it briefly Moultrie D-444 is a steal. If you are not obsessed with finding the cheapest trail camera on earth, buy Moultrie D-444! It is highly unlikely that you will regret that decision.

Moultrie Game Spy D-55IRXT

moultrie d55irxt review

Moultrie Game Spy D-55IRXT features

  1. 5 MP image resolution
  2. Full-color day pictures, black and white night pictures
  3. High, Medium and Low picture resolution settings
  4. High and Low video resolution settings
  5. Photos stamped with time, date, moon phase and temperature info
  6. 1.7s trigger speed, recovery time 8s
  7. 26 IR LEDs flash with a range up to 50 ft
  8. Detection range up to 45 ft
  9. Trail Cam Mode takes still photos when the game is detected
  10. Plot Cam Mode takes photos at specified intervals and combines them as video
  11. In Hybrid Mode camera operates in Plot Cam Mode during the day and Trail Cam Mode during night
  12. Fast Fire Continuous Shooting Mode captures up to 3 photos per second
  13. Video Mode captures 640×480 AVI video up to 30 seconds (10 seconds at night)
  14. Picture delay 15 sec, 30 sec, 1-60 minutes
  15. Powered by 6 C-cell batteries
  16. External power compatible
  17. SD card slot supports SD memory card up to 32GB
  18. Weatherproof casing and mounting strap
  19. Compact size 6” x 5” x 3.5”
  20. 1-year warranty


  • The picture quality of D-55IRXT is actually quite excellent for a trail camera of this price.
  • The daytime pictures are clear and have a beautiful color.
  • The IR flash of the camera has plenty of power and thus the camera produces clear nighttime IR shots.
  • The recovery time of only 8 seconds is a vast improvement over the previous model.
  • The 45 ft. detection range is impressive.
  • The camera can easily detect small animals like birds and squirrels at 10-20 ft, people and bigger game animals at 40-45 ft.
  • The battery life is also improved and during normal operation, the Moultrie D-55ir XT should easily operate for 2 months without changing the 6 c cell batteries.
  • The operation of the camera is really simple and the instruction manual provides clear guidelines on how different features are used and programmed.


  • Let’s be honest, the trigger time of 1.7 seconds isn’t that great and can lead to blurry pictures, especially during nighttime. However, you can partly overcome this problem with smart camera placement.
  • Some customers have reported having SD card problems with this camera. These included read/write problems and locking of SD card.
  • In general, these problems have occurred at the very beginning so these customers have been able to make a warranty return.


With its good picture quality, 45 ft range, ease of programming features and solid durability, Moultrie D-55IRXT may just be one of the best daytime/nighttime cameras for the price.

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Primos Truth Cam 35 Review: The Best Entry Level Trail Camera

Today we are going to review the Primos Truth Cam 35.

It is interesting how some trail camera models stand the test of time and become ultimate favorites among the users.

Primos Truth Cam 35 Features:

  1. 3-megapixel image ratio
  2. records max 60-second video clips
  3. Flash of 35 IR LEDs with range up to 40ft
  4. Trigger speed approx 1.5 s (0.3 if the camera is not in sleep mode), recovery time 10 seconds.
  5. Multi-shot mode
  6. programmable picture delay 1 second, 1 minute or 30 minutes
  7. 6V external power jack
  8. Backlit LCD screen helps in setting up the camera
  9. images tagged with time, date, temperature and moon phase info
  10. supports SD memory cards up to 8GB
  11. ¼” -20 socket for tripods and tree mounts
  12. powered by 4 D-cell
  13. Python cable lock compatible
  14. size 8.75″ x 6.6″ x 2.9″
  15. 1-year warranty

This is exactly what happened to Primos Truth Cam 35. Already upon the introduction of Primos Truth Cam 35, many people rushed in the market to buy it.

Primos Truth Cam 35 may well be the best selling trail camera of all time. Almost every online store selling trail cameras still has this model in their selection.

Typically the price range is from $77 up to $120. In every offer that you will encounter out there, the 1-year warranty period is included.

Build and design

Primos TC 35 review

Primos Truth Cam 35 comes with quality casing perfect for every condition. Durable hook strap ensures that the camera will be safe and secured when you carry it outdoors.

What is also a big benefit is this camera’s durable construction.

Primos knows how to make trail cameras that are really simple to use. Truth Cam 35 is no exception.

The product is cheap, easy to use and produces good quality photos. And exactly for those reasons, this same model can still be found among the best selling trail cameras for example at


The camera offers you daytime and night time photos with ok quality. You can see small details quite clearly at least in the daytime shots so in that sense the cameras do a nice job for a 3MP camera.

The infrared flash is not very powerful, although it consists of 35 LEDs


The camera uses D-cell batteries, which is quite “old school” nowadays and really not the best option.


  • One of the best features of Primos Truth Cam 35 is the price. It truly belongs to the list of the cheap trail cameras and offers great value for your money.
  • The price is definitely lower compared to many other trail camera models, but in addition to that, Primos 35 really performs well.


  • Primos Truth Cam 35 is rather big compared to competing models out there.
  • .A small number of users have also reported having technical problems with SD memory or some software issues and thus needed to return the camera under warranty.
  • And let’s face it. This is an old model and not very feature-rich when compared to new models at the same price range. (Though there is also a newer model of Primos Truth Cam 35 called Primos Truth Cam ULTRA 35 on the market. You can check its review in here.)


There is no doubt that when compared to its price Primos Truth Cam 35 offers you very good value and basic line of features.

It is surprising that this trail camera model still competes with other more expensive and newer trail camera models out there because of low price and good design.

If you are looking for a simple basic trail camera that has proven to work, this is a camera for you.

Moultrie D55-IR

moultrie d55

UPDATE: This model is not actively sold any more as there is a newer model Moultrie Game Spy D-55IRXT available.

For sure, an excursion in the wild will become even more memorable when you are using a good hunting camera.

Moultrie Game Spy D-55IR surely offers many of the features that you are expecting to find from good trail camera, especially if you are on budget.  Typically you will encounter Moultrie d55IR offers sold for approx. $100 to $130 with 1-year warranty period.


Product Features

  • 5 MP camera with infrared night features (infrared sensor, 50-foot infrared flash)
  • Three picture resolutions, two video resolutions
  • multi-shot feature (max. 3 shots)
  • Easy to use LCD display
  • There is also a display present in Moultrie Game Spy D-55IR which will show to you its actual battery life. The camera is also made with three picture resolutions.
  • IR aim for faster camera set up
  • powered by  6-cell batteries
  • supports memory card up to 16 GB
  • weather resistant camouflage housing
  • mounting strap



One of the best things about Moultrie D55-IR is that its night vision really works well. Despite of the dim environment, it would still be easy for you to capture the pictures you want.

It is also amazing how easy it is to use this camera unit. It comes with evenly distributed buttons as well as competent display that will pave the way for you to enjoy using it.

Housing of the camera is really robust making ideal for tough conditions.

The easy set up of the camera is also among its pros, thanks to its authentic IR aim which makes it easy for you to set it up. When it comes to its price, D55-iR is also affordable.


Flaws that have made existing customers upset include slow trigger that you have take into consideration when setting up the camera. If possible, you need to position the camera angling down the trail so that the game will not be crossing in front of it only for a few seconds.

Some customers are also complaining about low battery lifetime of this model, when at the same time some customers have thanked the long battery lifetime. Thus much depends on what kind of batteries you are using, how many pictures you have set the camera to take and what kind of trigger delay you are using .

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After reading this review of Moultrie D55IR, you will probably agree that this is among the top contenders as the best, yet still very affordable trail camera model in the market. D55-IR is equipped with stunning and exciting features that you will surely like the most.




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