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  1. #31
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    Just buy 2 cards for each camera, its less time standing there in the woods and you can check the pictures in AC from your home. Works alot better!
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  2. #32
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    My Covert cams have viewing screen built in so I don't have to take anything.

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    I use my Ipad with a SD adapter from best buy. Takes very little time, and your already there at the camera. I simply download everything on Iphoto which takes seconds and I'm out.

    I recently put up a DLC covert cellular which gave me fits due to poor cellular reception. DLC was spot on with customer service I mailed in my 2013 model, they sent me a brand new 2014 extreme series which I don't even know if its out yet. To say DLC has kick *** customer service is putting it lightly. I use a 32 gig card in this one so I can see video.

    On a funny note I got an email from a stranger asking me why all of my personal info was in his camera. He bought a refurb from DLC that was still set up with all my info. I assumed DLC was gonna just slap a widget X in my camera and send it back so I left all my info in it. Lesson learned. Instead a brand new top of the line cellular, way to go DLC.
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  4. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake C. View Post
    Just buy 2 cards for each camera, its less time standing there in the woods and you can check the pictures in AC from your home. Works alot better!
    This...especially when you have many cameras to check

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    We use a laptop. Bigger screen so a few of us can huddle around it to view the pics. That's also where we store them so as we view we can save off any good ones and then delete everything else.
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  6. #36
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    I just use a cheap digital camera,take sd card ou, put it in the camera and view

  7. #37
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    I swap cards in the woods but also bring along a digital camera so I can check while I'm in the truck in the fields. I'll "spot check" cards once I get to the truck before I leave the immediate area to make sure I didn't get 500 pics of a pesky branch, or to make sure it's been productive. That way I don't get all the way home and kick myself for not pulling or adjusting the cam. It's also nice to have the camera because I never know what (or who) I'll run across while pulling cards.
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  8. #38
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    Quote Originally Posted by englum_06 View Post
    I swap cards in the woods but also bring along a digital camera so I can check while I'm in the truck in the fields. I'll "spot check" cards once I get to the truck before I leave the immediate area to make sure I didn't get 500 pics of a pesky branch, or to make sure it's been productive. That way I don't get all the way home and kick myself for not pulling or adjusting the cam. It's also nice to have the camera because I never know what (or who) I'll run across while pulling cards.
    I do the same basic thing. I'll either check the pics on my iPad or laptop when I get back to the truck before heading home. Nothing worse than getting home to realize your cards are filling up with photos of grass blowing in the wind.
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  9. #39
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    I retrive/replace all my cards and then take them back home and spend a few hours sorting through them on the iMac

    A lot of my cams have viewers built in that I can check placement with.

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    I also just swap the cards quick. If I am on my way to the stand or thinking about moving the camera, I will take along a digital camera to view some pictures.
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