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I know I know, The more you pay the better quality cam you get I have a cuddeback right now and love it. Now with that said I am looking for a cam that I can use up at college (College budget) It will only be used on state land and I am just looking for something to show me what’s out there at my bow hunting spots. I would like digital but I know the cheaper digitals are not that great. So if there is a good 35mm cam for under $100 I would like to know of that too. Thanks.
 

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You are correct in that a digital is probably not going to be a good one. You could do the Moultrie fix on their entry level digital, or the Stelth Cam 35 mm works for me.
 

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I like the Wildview. Mine works great, I had 210 pics last time i checked it. Under a $100 too.
 

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The $95 moultrie at Wal*Mart is great. get the black one Its better than my cuddeback 3.0, older model moultries were junk, these work well now.
 
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