Monday, December 13, 2010

Big Bucks in Camera Test Site

In my last post I showed you some of the best pictures I got from my new camera on it's first trial run in Iowa. Well, in the last couple weeks I've had this camera running on some property I have access to that is a little closer to home. This camera was set on "trail mode" which snaps as many pictures as it can as long as it is sensing motion. With this particular camera they are usually about 4 to 8 seconds apart for night time pictures. Check out this sequence of seven pictures of a really good buck working a scrape captured in the span of 1 minute and 10 seconds...







That was the biggest deer on the camera this time, but it wasn't the only nice buck this camera captured. These deer weren't camera shy either...







I can't wait to build another one of these cameras! You can never have too many!!!

3 comments:

Joe said...

Great shots. Especially at the scrape.

Luke said...

Great pics rob!

Rick Kratzke said...

For a minute there I thought I was dreaming again. Those are some great pictures.

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