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 Post subject: Couple new sets
PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 2:59 pm 
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I have a s600 with a seperate flash mounted above a couple feet, and then another s600 with built in flash, ready to go. I added some rocks to target spot, hoping to get a bobcat to stop for a picture. Both spots are on narrow rocky ridges.


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I am interested to see how this setup and set performed.

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Good luck .... looks like a saaahhweet setup. With the flash being away from the one camera you should get some super photos ...


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Here is one pic I captured of a Badger from that second set. I wish he would’ve turned his head towards the camera.


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OOPS! Put the reply on the wrong post somehow

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Not a bad image still all the same. I wonder if he was out looking for somewhere to get out of the rain it looks very wet?

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 4:29 am 
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Looks like a fantastic setup. How long has it been out there so far?


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Its been out there off and on. I now have a Cellullar cam at this spot, trying to get a pic of a bobcat.


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Well you were successful; that sure looks like a Bobcat to me. This image is obviously off the high camera which makes me ask why do you have that camera so high, not being critical just interested? Also is it a different camera as l see a camera with a remote slave in your first image that you posted 9 months ago and you now mentioned a cell cam?

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Yes this is from my cell cam. Trying to see where the bobcats ate traveling on my land. I put alot of my cams high, 8 ft or more , so the deer don’t see them. I deer hunt, so I don’t like the deer to know I have cams out there. They catch on fast to them if you keep them down at their eye level.


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