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  • Victure Game Camera

    Got a Victure HC40 game camera for Christmas. Wanting something to see who has be eating at the cat feeder (I made it critter proof but had doubts). Have had the camera on several nights and no signs of my friendly racoon army. Used to be a zillion of those things eating the cat food when the food was sitting up on the porch. We now have only two outdoor cats, Daddy Gray and Bushy. They don't like each other so will never be in the same picture.

    Take one mega pixel images (smallest size) and the ability to detect motion seems fine. Had the camera up by my shop for a couple nights and only caught a few of the neighbor's and our vehicles and saw no critters. The vehicles were picked up at about 100' at night. I have seen pig and big cat (probably bobcat) prints up in that area. The pic below is Bushy. Camera seems well made and easy to use. Daughter got it on Amazon and it cost under $40.



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    wiredgeorge Mico TX
    2006 F350XL 6.0L 4WD CC
    2002 Cougar 278 EFS

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    good to hear its working .... not a bad picture .... looking forward to seeing others as they come along
    Jim
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      Actually not real keen to see others in the front of our house. We have pigs, foxes, coyotes, racoons, nasty little squirrels, neighbor dogs, bobcats....so no critters is good critters. Pointed the camera out towards the front and will see... hopefully nothing!
      wiredgeorge Mico TX
      2006 F350XL 6.0L 4WD CC
      2002 Cougar 278 EFS

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