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    Check out these videos from my trail camera mounted on the side of my cabin in the Talkeetna Mountains. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Q7palHYaYk

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    You get alot of wildlife through there. Thanks for posting that!

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    great footage thanx for showing

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    Quote Originally Posted by katman1957 View Post
    Check out these videos from my trail camera mounted on the side of my cabin in the Talkeetna Mountains. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Q7palHYaYk

    heck i think i seen that much action in the parkinglot at the dimond center.
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    Thanks for posting, thought it was interesting that many of the bears both Grizzly and Black checked out that tree they were scent marking.

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    Great video katman. I'd like to know a little about that camera. Can you explain the setup and maybe model of cam? Obviously, that footage was taken over quite a period of time as the seasons changed. If the wind blew and the trees moved did the camera begin filming? Very cool.

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    Default Trail cam video ....

    I, too, would like to know about your trail cam rig ... what would you recommend?

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    Great video

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    Havent checked in for a while, I use a Moultrie IR40 that is not made any more. What I look for in a trail camera are 12 volt power and SD card, some come with 6 volt and it is hard to hook up unless you rely on the internal batteries. I also have some mounted in trees but they get torn up alot even though i have them in metal cans, the ones on the cabin mounted under the eaves seem to always work and I have never had problems with them. The new Bushnell trophy cam sure looks good since it is so small and the internal batteries last one year they say so the 6 volt external power(that it uses) would be OK if you used it just on the trails. My latest video from after hunting season does not have much on it but you can see how it can take videos year round because I use external power as it got my driving up to take it down for the winter. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QC-4wd9kUBM

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    wow a year off a battery thats amazing! it must not be infared?
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