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PostPosted: Wed May 15, 2019 9:18 am 
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An overabundance of rabbits in this field is a regular stop for bobcats. I hate using PIR sensors, but the Camtraptions v3 seems to be working well enough to incorporate into my regular inventory.

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Good catch -- we seem to be on a run of bobcats.


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beautiful photo!


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That's really nice.

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cameratrapcodger wrote:
Good catch -- we seem to be on a run of bobcats.


Once you figure out their routine, they are pretty easy to capture. Curiosity attracts them to the flashing strobes and clicking shutter, and reflections in the lens.

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[quote="stinky"] I hate using PIR sensors, but the Camtraptions v3 seems to be working well enough to incorporate into my regular inventory.

Awesome pose and great bobcat photo! :awesome
Curious, why do you hate using PIR sensors? And, can you explain the positive aspects you've experienced from the Camtraptions V3 sensor?
The reason I ask: I've only ever used PIR sensors and never field tested the alternatives and I've been hearing good things about the Camtraptions V3.


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Kalon wrote:
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I hate using PIR sensors, but the Camtraptions v3 seems to be working well enough to incorporate into my regular inventory.

Awesome pose and great bobcat photo! :awesome
Curious, why do you hate using PIR sensors? And, can you explain the positive aspects you've experienced from the Camtraptions V3 sensor?
The reason I ask: I've only ever used PIR sensors and never field tested the alternatives and I've been hearing good things about the Camtraptions V3.


I don't like passive IR sensors because of the numerous false positives and the inaccuracy of the sensor. All of my sets, except this Camtraptions v3, use Active IR or LIDAR sensors. I haven't spent a whole lot of time with the Camtraptions v3, but I like the barn doors and some of the configurable options that have made this sensor a very acceptable replacement.

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