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    How do you view your trail cam pics?

    This might be a stupid questions, but I am wondering how yall check your trail cam pics, like how you actually look at the pictures. I'm using a Moultrie which cam with a cable, so i just bring my lap top in my pack and plug in and transfer all the pics over. I noticed though that like the primos truth cams for expample dont have this option. Does everyone buy a viewer? Whats your way? Please include trail cam type. Thanks!

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    I have 2 sd cards for each camera I replace card with new one and check @ house.
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    I have two sd cards and I just go out a switch them and put the card into my computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jones2899 View Post
    I have 2 sd cards for each camera I replace card with new one and check @ house.
    creepy....

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    at your house how to you check you sd card? Do you put it in a camera? Do you have some hook up for your computer that lets you put an SD card in??
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    One at a time, generally...

    Just messin' with ya'! I take the card home and put it in my computer. I hate looking at them on the small screen.
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    Swap cards and look at them on the computer when I get home.

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    Most computers(especially lap tops) have slots for sd cards..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 14medlak View Post
    creepy....
    thats funny almost exact same thing and time.
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    double the sd cards, so time spent at the camera site is quick as possible. then I check on the laptop

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    I just bring my simple point and shoot digital camera with me, pop out the SD card and view the pics on my digital camera. After I'm done, I put the SD card back in the trail camera and walk back to the truck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jones2899 View Post
    I have 2 sd cards for each camera I replace card with new one and check @ house.
    This


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    Mini SD card. Put into my phone on sight, transfer pics to phone then replace mini SD into camera.

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    I switch card out. If you want to check in field. Carry a cheap point and click camera and pop card in the camera and you can see them in the field on the camera. Sit in stand a view your pictures! I like to have a camera with me anyways.
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    iPad with a memory card reader plugged in. Works great you can zoom on anything and great pic quality.

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    Try not to check too often. Be more sensative with the area as you get closer to season. I often switch out my cards using my atv while it is running, in which I don't get off the bike to prevent scent on ground. I only recomend this in areas that atv's are used often, the deer adapt to the sound, just like chainsaws. Don't check them during dawn/dusk, or any other high activity times.
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    I now use micro sd cards with adapters so I can switch them out and view them on my DROID.
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    I have 2 cards for each camera.



    I go to the camera, swap out cards, go home and put the SD card in my computer.



    I tried finding a SD card reader that would go into my Iphone 4 but it hasn't been invented yet. If I did this I could check the pics at the camera location. They have an SD card reader for the Ipad that works well.
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    On my Panasonic 50'' flat screen tv. It has an sd card slot and I can view the photos in a slide show, scroll through or can go to a thumbnail view and pick out specific photos. It's pretty sweet

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    I like to look at them on out TV at home. Often it is great family time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GobblerDown View Post
    I switch card out. If you want to check in field. Carry a cheap point and click camera and pop card in the camera and you can see them in the field on the camera. Sit in stand a view your pictures! I like to have a camera with me anyways.
    ^ same here have a cannon camera I use for outdoor stuff. Nice to be able to check pictures on stand. I'll have time lapse on a few of my treestands this year so it will be even better.
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    2 cards, and sometimes i carry my garmin gps and view on it.

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    I use the 2 card set up too. You should try to find and old Palm PDA that accepts SD cards for viewing. Some of the older models could probably be had for real cheap.
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    Carry my laptop in a pack, replace the SD card, take the old one and then stare for hours at all the pictures I get from my Moultries

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    I just swap the SD cards when checking my cameras.

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