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PostPosted: Thu Mar 22, 2018 4:53 pm 
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Been busy exploring new ground and testing out new cams and builds. It takes several goes before the final locations and the exact cam adjustments are complete. This fine-tuning is one of the aspects that I really enjoy about camtrapping.


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Nice, what type cameras?


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danpotter6 wrote:
Nice, what type cameras?

Actually, the first 2 pics were from my Sony Nex3n with wireless baby slaves. I'm now testing out one of Ralph's wireless driveway sensors with this unit too. I have another 3n for videos only out there as well. That one has a separate 1500 lumen solar powered motion sensored LED light unit. One of those security lights sold at Costco. The idea is that it is triggered by motion first, turns on and then the subject enters the video cam detection area. It works like a charm in my backyard but I don't know how it will work out there.

The other builds are a Samsung WB2000 - stills only, Canon T2i stills and video and some new Browning Recon Force 2017 models. Not homebrew builds but new cameras to me. I'm really going to hit my areas hard this year the video units. The other pics here are from my S600's. When all goes right, they take mighty fine detailed pics, like the belly of that Elk. The coon pic was taken with a Sony W300 with Vivitar 2800 remote flash.

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I always love the pics from that giant forest.

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I too enjoy the trial and error... dialing it in. When the surprise is over the magic fades. Great thing about camtrapping is that it’s full of surprises.

Neat shots. Beautiful country there.

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The wireless baby slaves seem to be working just fine. Just love the different perspective that flashes set away from the camera produces. The trees you have are massive. A wee bit different than the trees of your Saskatchewan neighbor to the east of you .. lol..


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Nice perspectives in the big trees.


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I saw some logging ribbon nearby last time up so these big trees days may be numbered. I sure hope not, it's such a humbling experience to be standing in amongst them.

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