I don't know what an arm and a leg are worth to you but Cabela's has the Moultrie I 40 on sale for $199 and $5 shipping. I have two of the I-60's and they do a great job. The only difference is the I 60 has a viewing screen and it is so small you really can't see it anyway.
I have two Moultrie $100 dollar cameras and they work great. I use them where deer are feeding. The trigger speed is not as fast as the more expensive cameras. You can buy these cameras from $70 to $90.
As a general rule, you get what you pay for. Period...
The more you spend, usually, the better the camera. The better the reliability, pictures, and trigger speed. Most of the cheaper cameras are not good for trails. They may be better, I have been out of that game for a while (stocked up with better cameras). So, the newer and less expensive might be half way decent. Good luck!
Research before you buy!!! There's no shotage of crappy cams being sold out there. Even cheap ($100 range) aint chump change.....at least to me. Spend a little time on their site and get the most out of you money
the stelth and the wild view are both the same internal camera. AKA same darn thing
you can get the infared wildview for about $100
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