Cudeback Cuddelink Trail Cameras

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  1. Justin

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    do you need a cell plan to run the cameras?
     
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    I'm definitely going to give the value pack a try. Seems like an awesome deal.
     
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    Love the concept, but cuddeback needs to have a way to lock these down.
     
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    Definitely like the idea and could be a future customer. I would need to hear from actual people on how well it works. My biggest concern would be battery life, transmitting images is going to eat them up and then you would be making the trip in to change them out defeating the purpose. For me I would want 4mth battery life sending about 4000 pics each camera.
     
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    I have been running mine now for a while and they work great! AA batteries will drain faster than the D cell batteries but I ran the Dual Flash with CuddePower battery boosters (6 D cell powering the camera first, when those die, the 4 in the camera take over) and had great luck. I now moved these to a location for winter that is hard to access and it saves so much time! With it being the offseason, not many photos to share but this is a recent Coyote photo I got.
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    Cool concept.
     
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