OK... post what youi have and what kind of battery life you are getting from your cameras... #'s of pics, time it is out in the woods, temp's, etc...
Yes they are more cost effective and efficient than d's or c's. I have three DLC Coverts 3.0's (4aa's) got 3500, 3843, and 3346 pics on the cams in two weeks and the batteries were gone. I have taken over 55,000 pics on my Scoutguard 550 and am on the third set of 8 AA's in it. My LeafRiver takes d's and c's and I get about 1500 pics out a set of batteries on it. I set my cameras that have the capability for three pic bursts and 12 seconds between triggerings on high sensitivity.Do you think the AA cameras are more efficient than D's????????
I do. If you read up, alkaline batteries and digital cameras just don't work well together. A high quality rechargeable or Lithium battery tends to work a lot better than regular alkalines. Not only that it's a lot easier to carry a pocket full of AAs than a pocket full of Cs or Ds. The AA cams are also a lot smaller.Do you think the AA cameras are more efficient than D's????????