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I put out a trail camera last weekend (new Bushnell), and since then, the temps have hovered between zero and -20 F. Does anyone think this camera will function at these temps? The week before I had it out, and it was cold (-5 to +10F), and it was still working after 5 days in that weather, just wondering if anyone thinks I'll have video on the camera when I go to get it. I did put in new batteries just before I put it out this week. I'm going to get it on Saturday.
 

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Usually it's not the camera that's the problem it's the batteries.
 

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It should, let us know how it does and the battery life.
 

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I am impressed it worked below freezing at all. Most of mine won't. New ones might be better.
 

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I had

the same question. Let us know how long the batteries last and what kind you use. I was getting ready to put one out but didn't know if it was worth it.
 

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My cheapies work below freezing, but the batteries,,,thats another story.
 

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Batteries are the weak point there. Because you have a cam with decent battery life, you may be able to eek out some time.
 
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