If you were using fuji film that is the problem. We always use kodak 200 speed film and they do fine.BowhunterNJ said:Basically the results I've had with them leave little to be desired and I'd sooner invest $50.00 elsewhere and use a rock for a paper weight.
Some guys claim good results with them. I returned 2 and the 3rd one was just as bad. I've watched deer stand 5 feet in front of the camera for over an hour with a fresh set of batteries and plenty of film, and not one picture taken. Similar situations happened with all 3. Tested the batteries after inspecting the unit, they were fine. Film was loaded fine. Problem is likely the sensor blowing goat chunks.
So either I'm the most unlucky S.O.B. on the planet (quite possible) or these are a P.O.S. I vote for P.O.S. but do know some people have had better results...somehow.