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Thread: Is there a link that lists trailcams from best to worst?

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    Is there a link that lists trailcams from best to worst?

    I'm of aware chasinggame.com but they only review the cams. I was wondering if there was a site that ranks cams from best to worst similar to how Consumers Digest does for various products? I can go to Cabelas website and such and get opinions from 5 stars to one star but there's no way of knowing if it's really the cam's fault or the operator - independant testing like chasing game's would be nice if they would also rank them but I haven't found that link yet. Thanks.

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    Here's the link to Chasing Games REVIEW page.

    http://chasingame.com/index.php?id=2

    I'll save ya a LOT of reading though...... for the most part, you REALLY do get what you pay for! For that reason the Reconyx is always at the TOP and the lower end units by Moultrie, Stealth, Cuddeback, etc..... are always something to shy away from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BP1992 View Post
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    The best reviews out there.
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    There are too many factors and opinions for there to be one go to list. Use the sites listed and read reviews to get the best concensus
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    You guys read much. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cunninghamww View Post
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    Thanks cunninghamww - I had been to that site before your link pointed to the review sectio better. It would appear the Reconx is the best of the best. I spend alot of money on my optics but I'm not sure I'd want to cough up $450+ for a trail cam. From what I can decyper, the Bushnell Trophy Cam would appear to be the Consumer's Digest "Best Buy" at well under $200. I know my Moultrie I50 is missing pictures and I'd like a 2nd cam - so it's either $170 or $450. Thanks.
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