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Spypoint cameras; Check them out! Pic's added
Topic Started: Apr 29 2012, 08:09 PM (415 Views)
Posted Image MJewell
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Central Ontario

Just thought I'd post this endorsement once again.

If you are looking for new trail cameras, you owe it to yourself to check out Spypoint cameras. I bought my first 2 Spypoint cameras (IR5's) just after Christmas. Batteries were put in them at the same time. One has never been out of the woods since. must have close to 40 1 minute videos on it an close to 400 still pictures now. An the 6 AA batteries are still reading full. I have recently added another 4 Spypoint IR 6's to my camera's. Still have not found the time to get them out in the bush yet. Hoping that with these cameras I won't missed the action due to dead batteries.

Here are some of the most recent pictures from the IR5's
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Young Buck
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Three Bucks
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Will be interesting when I next check the cameras as I have a ground blind I setup up just to the left of the frame under a apple tree for Turkey season. I set it up around 4:20pm on the 27th of April. Have to adjust the time as it is behind an hour from the time change keep forgetting to change it back.

Matt
When the peep is brown; Let the string sing!!!
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Posted Image Renegade
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Where are you getting your spypoints from? I agree, they are good camera's and battery life is excellent. Right now the U-way and the spypoint are my two favourite camera's with the the bushnell trophy coming in close behind. Thanks for posting.
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Looks like one of those great locations where lots goes on!
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Posted Image MJewell
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Bought the first two IR5's from Lebaron's the other four IR6's I got off of Archery talk.

Matt
When the peep is brown; Let the string sing!!!
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Great pics :allright:
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What are the prices on the spypoints?
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Posted Image MJewell
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I was paying $125.63 + tax for the IR 5's

There is a new line out for 2012 starts at the IR6 and they have added a black flash model also in a IR7 they are $188+tax.

Matt
When the peep is brown; Let the string sing!!!
Hoyt Rampage XT 28" 55lbs, Hoyt CRX32 Blackout 27.5" @ 55lbs
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Sportsman's Guide has the IR 5 for $98.98(member price) SPG has alot of camera's it seems for a decent price. :cheers: I was doing a little shopping today :shy:
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Definitely on my list of cameras to try. I've heard good things and those are some good pictures you posted. Thanks MJewell. :goodpost:
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