moultrie m80/m100

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  1. eatanothertrophy

    eatanothertrophy Weekend Warrior

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    I use moultrie cameras now and am very pleased with the pictures and ease of use. in the next week or so I am thinking about upgrading to a couple of M-80 or m-100's or one of each. has anyone bought one yet? what are your thoughts?
     
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    englum_06 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Just bought an M80X, put it out a few days ago. I plan to check it in a few weeks.

    If you can wait til then I'll give you a review of it and post up some pics.

    It seems to be a pretty sweet little camera.

    I was at the local pro shop and had to have my rest installed onto my bow, so I bought the camera for $130 and he didn't charge me for the work done to my bow. Good deal!
     
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    kskcheche Weekend Warrior

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    Whats the difference between the 80 and 80x?
     
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    pastorjim08 Grizzled Veteran

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    The 80X is camo, the 80 is not.

    Blessings......Pastorjim
     
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    Can't wait for pics and a review ! Maybe we will hear something good about Moultrie for a change but I doubt it.
     
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    Well before you buy any cam check a few review sites on the specific cam you are looking at especially if it's a moultrie.
     
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    I have an M80 out in the field right now. I've had it out for about 2 weeks. I've checked it once and can tell you it takes amazing IR pics, and the day pics are extremely vivid as well. I have it set on the the Hybrid function right now, so I get Plot watcher in the day, and IR at night. The IR blows the bushnell out of the water. I can't speak for the motion sensor and speed as of yet, but it reviews out pretty well, with a speed of about 1.4 seconds or so. Here's a day and a night picture taken from the M80.

    PICT0009.jpg PICT0019.jpg
     
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    englum_06 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Awesome pics from it!

    GREAT day pics and GREAT night pics! I'll try to remember to post some up...
     
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    Clearcut even 8 (2).jpg Few M-80x pics I just got. Taking better pictures than my Stealth Cam's or Wildgame Innovation cameras.
     
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    PICT0006.jpg Night shot, seems to have pretty decent quality for how far from the camera they are.
     

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