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Digital Trail Cameras VS. Film Trail Cameras

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Trail cameras are an essential part to pre-season scouting. Trail cameras are fun to use, and trail cameras save time by scouting multiple locations without spending days in the woods. People often ask me should I purchase digital trail cameras or film trail cameras. In my opinion the answer is digital trail cameras. Here are the facts about digital trail cameras and traditional film trail cameras and why digital trail cameras are a better choice.

Digital trail cameras vs. Film Trail Cameras

Trail cameras that use film are cheaper to purchase, but in the long run digital trail cameras are the better investment. Film trail cameras require you to spend a fortune on film over a scouting season; you also need to pay to get the trail cameras film developed which adds up quickly. In addition you'll invest time to drop your trail cameras film off and pick up the cameras pictures. That's two more errands to run in your busy schedule.

With digital trail cameras there's no film involved. Simply use your pc to process the digital images from the digital trail cameras. Many digital trail cameras allow you to view the digital images on the trail and delete the digital trail cameras images right there.

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Using expanded digital memory cards digital trail cameras take more pictures than traditional film trail cameras with a maximum of 36 shots before replacing film. Digital trail cameras vary on picture capacity based upon the size of the digital memory card and resolution (quality of picture) you choose. Some expanded digital memory cards for digital trail cameras will hold over one hundred digital images.

Regardless if you decide on digital or film trail cameras you'll benefit greatly by owning trail cameras. Not only are trail cameras a time saver, but trail cameras help you hone in on deer in your area, what trail they use and when they use the trail.

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