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Moultrie D-333 7MP Low Glow Infrared Game Camera


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  • 7.0 megapixel Low Glow infrared game camera
  • Up to 70-ft night range
  • Moon phase, temperature, time, date and cam ID
  • Motion Freeze blur reduction
  • Multi-shot: 1-10 pics
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Technical Details
Item Weight454 g
Product Dimensions19 x 24.1 x 12.7 cm
Batteries:6 C batteries required.
Item model numberMCG-12590
Height5 inches
Length12 inches
Weight455 grams
Width9 inches
Range70 Feet
Number of Items1
Batteries Included?No
Brand NameMoultrie
  
Additional Information
ASINB00AU6DL9G
Best Sellers Rank #38,247 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 Kg
Date First AvailableFeb. 20 2013
  
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Extremely affordable camera, while still meeting the expectations of the esteemed Moultrie brand. This 7MP infrared camera has four modes that allow you to capture photos and video, day or night, up to 70 feet out. Motion-freeze blur reduction creates clearer pictures for easier game identification. The 30-second, one- to 30-minute picture delay setting lets you capture time-lapse photos for a better idea of game routines and periods of activity. Moon phase, temperature, time, date and camera ID can be stamped on every picture for added accuracy. Password protected for peace of mind. SD memory-card slot accepts up to 64 GB-storage card (not included). Runs on six C batteries (not included). Camo casing.

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Moultrie Game Spy D-333 7mp Low Glow Camera

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By forester4570 on Nov. 19 2013
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First of all, the few positives. Battery life is ok and it has a very sensitive trigger.....that's about it. The nighttime photos might as well be non-existent. I currently have pictures of deer that I cannot tell if they are bucks or not since the photos are so grainy (literally looks like an old Nintendo game). I have been reading other reviews where people say the trigger is too sensitive and they are getting dark pictures. The fact is that there probably are animals there, but the quality and range of this camera is so terrible that you cannot make it out. I tested my old Stealthcam and this together; the Moultrie was giving me black photos when my old one was picking up deer very clearly.
It is a daytime camera only. That being said I purchased this for nighttime use as well.......and it just does not deliver. Absolute garbage. Save your money and carefully read many reviews before purchasing a game camera. Dont get in a big rush like me because I now have $150 piece of junk in the woods that I am hoping a bear destroys. At least then I can blame the bear and not my own stupidity. Would not recommend this camera at all.
One final note: in every grainy picture I have of deer they are all looking directly at the camera or running away. It is obviously scaring them.
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I bought this camera last year for deer season. It worked great for me took a lot of pictures both day and night. I am happy with the picture quality and battery life.
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We haven't tried cameras yet as we haven't decided whether to keep them. They are $79.99 at Canadian Tire and we paid $99.99 each. Cameras have not been opened and are in original packaging. It is the camera we want.

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Kim Dobbyn
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By bettyl on Nov. 23 2013
Can't agree with the above review other than the trigger speed. The camera does take pictures very quickly but it's not a day time camera only. We have other Moultries and this camera covers every bit as much distance as they do. The picture is a little grainey but we can certainly tell whether they are bucks or does right down to the little guys with just nubs. We are averaging 400-500 pictures a night and the battery life is great. It's a great camera for the price (99.00 on sale)
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Moultrie D-333 May 7 2013
By sbig - Published on Amazon.com
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This is my first trail cam. It was very easy to setup and operate. I have had the camera on for about 4 weeks now and have some great pictures of deer, hogs, turkey, hawks, raccoons, and even a butterfly. Battery life is excellent so far. I do have two minor concerns. One is the high number of pictures the camera takes, even with multiple shots and time lapse turned off. This could be due to the location of the camera near light brush that moves in the wind. The second minor concern is that the minimal delay between motion detection and the picture being taken appears to be 10 seconds. This seems way too long, and I think maybe game is moving out of the field of view before the picture is taken. Overall I am pleased but am looking into faster cameras also.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
good product.... May 5 2013
By Katee - Published on Amazon.com
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Getting the job done! The daytime pictures are incredible. I have been most impressed with the length of time the batteries last.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Not worth the money. Aug. 16 2013
By MZa - Published on Amazon.com
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All of the reviews written are 100% accurate.

Pros - small and good battery life

Cons- too sensitive to movement and takes way too many pics, video is delayed and useless, night photos are very poor quality
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
takes pictures every minute Sept. 24 2013
By James Adcock - Published on Amazon.com
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I wouldn't purchase this camera. It took 6500 pictures in 24 hours. I changed the settings and it still take photos without any motion or anything in the picture once a minute. I bought this camera with the understanding it would only take pictures when motion is detected....WRONG!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Moultrie D333 GameCam Aug. 24 2013
By D. J. - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased my Moultrie D-333 game camera about 2 months ago (6/13). During that time I have set it up in 3 or 4 different locations. Overall, the camera takes great pictures, both day and night. Daytime photos are in color, and are quite crisp / clear (7 mega pixels clarity is a great feature). Night time photos are taken in black & white and are fairly clear, of reasonable quality for a camera in this price range. However, I have been disappointed with the number of "misses" that this camera takes. What I mean is that motion triggers the camera, but there are no animals in the photo. I know that wind or rain may cause the camera to trigger. But, the camera has captured several "half images" of coyotes, deer and a dog as they passed by. I even watched as a deer walked within a few feet of the front of the camera in my back yard, without the camera capturing the deer's image. The camera triggered, but missed the deer. I believe the problem may be that it takes to long between when movement is detected, and when the camera is actually triggered. By the time the photo is taken, it simply misses a lot of images. I suggest when you set up this camera, you consider where you may have the best chance to capture still images (such as near a feeder, mineral lick or food plot). It does not do as well when animals are moving, especially ones that are moving quickly!!

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