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Trail Cameras – One Great Camera or Two Good Cameras?

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Trail cameras or camera is the question we often receive at Hunting & Fishing Gear Review. The actual question is should I spend more money on a high tech trail camera or spend the same amount of money and buy two or possibly three units that are on the cheaper side. Unless you have a lot of money to spend this is a very good question.

The Best Trail Camera or Two Good Trail Cameras

A couple of years back I may have told you to go with the better, more expensive unit as some of the less expensive units were very troublesome. The good news is as technology increases and trail camera manufacturers harness this technology most units produced are extremely reliable with only a few exceptions. I suggest you visit our Trail Camera Reviews section to see which of the lesser quality units to avoid.

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Generally you’ll probably know right out of the box if the unit will work as planned. Anymore one of the biggest complaints we hear about is trail cameras who come out of sleep mode slowly. This leads to pictures of nothing but trail as the target has already moved on.

One reason I recommend going with multiple trail cameras of mid-range quality and technology over one high tech unit is having multiple deer cameras will allow you to scout more area for deer hunting and that’s what you’re out there for. Sure it’s nice having super resolution pictures of that big buck, but wouldn’t it be better to have that big buck mounted on the wall rather than in a picture frame. Having multiple trail cameras allows you to better hone in on his travel patterns and core areas.

Another reason I suggest going with multiple mid-range trail cameras over more expensive high tech cameras is keep in mind you’ll be attaching it to a tree and walking away. I know a lot of the better cameras have cable locks etc. but all one needs is a pair of bolt cutters and your scouting camera is now someone else’s camera.

The decision on a single trail camera or multiple cameras is really up to you. Regardless you’ll find that the use of trail cameras will help you make better decisions on where to hunt and where to setup your tree stands.

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