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Wildlife Camera

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by jolo-bolo, Jun 13, 2014.

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    Good spot mate! Was thinking the other day i could make good use of one. Thanks for the heads up! :)
     
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    Good spot.!!!I will get a couple of those!!!

    I have been using trail cameras for a few years now and some of the cheaper ones are just as good as the expensive ones.
    Cheers Andy
     
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    Chances are that if Aldi are doing them then Lidl will have them a week ot two later. Thanks for the heads up.
     
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    As above, they've been in Lidl too for about the same price, no idea on maker or quality, but Lidl mostly do of Bresser stuff for optics which isn't too bad.
     
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    Just noticed that they are also doing their spotting scope (and some binoculars) - the scopes aren't bad at all if it's the same one I bought a couple of years back.
     
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    Just got one of these, comes with strap, 4gb sd card, 8 batteries and wall mount. Looks very good just setting up now to try it out.
     
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    Just been to Aldi to get a loaf tin (don't ask) They have the wildlife camera for £49 now. I just got the last one from my local. :)

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    Good deal harry think I'll have a look at my local when I pick the misses up from work
    Atb
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    PS thanks for the heads up on this
     
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    The date of the OP was 13/6/14
     
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    FFS, never thought to look lol
     
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    I got one it's ok. I set it up in my garden but I have to say it missed a hell of a lot of things no wildlife captured such as birds cats etc just random ones of us walking past ten feet away
     
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    I had the same problem when I set mine up. You need to play about with the settings as it's probably only set to take one picture. Good luck with that bit!
     
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    On the cameras we use you can set low medium and high sensitivity. I bet yours are the same.
    On low you will pick up small game or bigger game much further out. But you get loads of pictures due to rabbits ect.
    We normally use medium sensitivity as a compromise.
    If you are missing things see if you can change the sensitivity setting also enable 3 shot burst mode.
    Cheers Andy
     
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    I made the same mistake, the OP was back in June!
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    Yes you're correct Andy, it's displayed as 'sense level' on the menu screen. :up:
     
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    I can't find that option in the menu on mine.
     
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    Go onto menu and scroll down. On the third screen you'll see this.

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    Then click on the right > to adjust the setting. :)
     

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