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MOULTRIE MFH-CDC Trail Cameras (m-s)

Trail Cameras (m-s) Manufacturer: MOULTRIE
Review Category: Trail Cameras (m-s)

Purchase: Trail Cameras (m-s) In December 2006 I decided I needed a digital game camera. I'd been using a trail camera that used film. I was getting frustrated with having to mail in a roll of film, only to discover I'd gotten leaves blowing in the wind, the entire role. I purchased this camera from Cabela's for $149.00

Things I like about the MOULTRIE MFH-CDC Trail Cameras (m-s): For the first 2 years I really liked the ease of use, the rechargable battery I'd purchased with the camera would last for a week or more. I like being able to just switch SD cards, keep the photo's that are good, erase the ones I don't like and use the card again. I purchased a second chargable battery so I could have one in the camera and one on hand to switch out, so the camera would have no down time.

What I don't like about the MOULTRIE MFH-CDC: Don't like the hoaky plastic tabs you secure the bungies to. Most of them have broken. I don't like the fact that Moultrie has quit making trail cameras that use 6v batteries. It's now been two years since I've purchased this camera and it's really malfunctioning. I purchased 2 new 6v rechargable batteries, charged one up, installed it in camera and set camera up. Battery lasted, maybe, 2 days, 'low battery' sign came on, on camera. Charged up the second of the batteries, installed in camera, again, battery lasted only 2 days. While the 2 new batteries were in the camera NO pictures had been taken. My husband bought a 6v lawn tractor battery, rigged it to the camera. Camera showed full battery, I set it up again, left it for 6 days, camera took 2 pictures in that 6 days. When I went to check on camera, it said, "low battery" again. I'm at my wits end, I was hoping this camera would last for more than just 2 years.

Trail Cameras (m-s) MFH-CDC quality: Decent construction, except the cheap tabs were you hook the bungies too. The quality of the unit was great for 2 years, then it really took a dump.

MFH-CDC summary: I would purchase a moultrie camera like the one I have, if they still made cameras that used 6v batteries. A friend purchased a Moutrie camera that uses D cell batteries, you have to continuously purchase batteries, even if you use the solar charger with the camera. Other than that, I will not purchase a Moutrie camera again.

Rating for this MOULTRIE product: 1

Author of this review on MOULTRIE Trail Cameras (m-s): Mountain Echo

Date: 2009-02-02

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