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    First homebrew pics of the season [S600]

    Ran 3 homebrew setups last week, these are just a few of the shots I took from the cards today.










    Homebrew trail cameras are my hobby, feel free to send a pm re: availability if interested.
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    Congrats on your builds,.. thanks for sharing!

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    Sweet pics.

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    Beautiful pics Don. Great colors.

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    Thanks guys, the cams do a pretty nice job.
    Homebrew trail cameras are my hobby, feel free to send a pm re: availability if interested.
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    Awesome pictures. Nice work!

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    pics look great!
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    Good looking pics, Don. If you need help with that long beard just holler!
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    Thanks all for the comments..


    Quote Originally Posted by Hoyts&HD's View Post
    Good looking pics, Don. If you need help with that long beard just holler!
    If I find it more than I can handle I'll let you know Mark, thanks for the offer...
    Homebrew trail cameras are my hobby, feel free to send a pm re: availability if interested.
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    Beautiful! Never gets old looking at your images.

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    Thanks briggd, I never tire of this stuff.

    I clicked on your links hoping to see some pics from your cams listed, but all private I see.
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    Nice looking spot you have there. Great pic's too! Always like looking at your shots, you get always get great ones. Thanks for sharing.

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    Well thank you..
    I am fortunate to have access to some great land with a fairly abundant population of wildlife. I just place my cams in what I feel is the right location at the time and then hope for the best.
    The cams I use do all the work in getting the shots, I can't take a whole lot of credit for anything...
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    Nice pics

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    Amazing pictures, what cams are you using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lakeboy1971 View Post
    Amazing pictures, what cams are you using?
    Thank you
    All of the cams I use are homebrews. Those pictures are from the Sony DSC-S600 camera in one of my builds very similar to this one that I recently sent to Jason in VA.

    Homebrew trail cameras are my hobby, feel free to send a pm re: availability if interested.
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    Don, looks like you're already in mid season form; very nice!
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    Great pics as usual, don.....Your cams look like they are working great, I know where I will be buying my next one at...

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    Thanks Mike, appreciate the comment...actually I have a new 600 build sitting right in front of me, just have to do the 3D.....
    Homebrew trail cameras are my hobby, feel free to send a pm re: availability if interested.
    My Picasa homebrew picture album link, stop by and browse the pages anytime.
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    Beautiful pictures, you do nice work on those homebrews.

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    Thank you sir, this is what my dining room table looked like yesterday morning. I referred to it as a "mess", someone else referred to it as "organized chaos".....

    Homebrew trail cameras are my hobby, feel free to send a pm re: availability if interested.
    My Picasa homebrew picture album link, stop by and browse the pages anytime.
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    Some nice pics Don, the s600 helps make us all look like pro-photographers.

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    Ain't that the truth Joe, hand me a good SLR camera and I'll prove I'm no pro with a cam.
    Homebrew trail cameras are my hobby, feel free to send a pm re: availability if interested.
    My Picasa homebrew picture album link, stop by and browse the pages anytime.
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