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    Question Cold weather Trail Cams

    Has anyone ever used trails cam up here in the winter? I was thinkin about getting one but i'm not sure how well they work up here in the cold, i.e battery life. Any recommendations on good cams?

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    Couldn't tell ya about the camera itself, but anything electronic exposed to cold should be running on lithium batteries since cold doesn't affect them and they maintain maximum power output until they die.
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    I use a cuddie back here in northern wisconsin, they seem to be pretty good in the cold but I have to change the batteries every week. Our temps have been running in the -5 at night and single digits in the day to low teens. Good luck

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    huh...might at to give it a shot and see how it goes. Did not know what about lithuim batteries...thats pretty neat

    thanks guys

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