Monday, March 30, 2009

Two different styles of my homebrew trail cameras

I build my own game cameras and several people have asked to see how I set them up in the case. These are just two of my setups, one is a Sony 600 in a Pelican 1020 case with a Snapshot Sniper board. I use the same setup when using a Sony P41 with a Snapshot Sniper board. The second is a Sony P41 using an XLP board from Whitetail Supplies. Both work great and very dependable. Nothing fancy on my trail cameras.


At 5:26 PM, Anonymous Jim said...

Thanks for posting that cliff! It's a very clean and compact looking setup. Are you putting them on public land? Has anyone ever stolen one? At $300-500 a piece, replacements could add up quickly.

At 7:15 PM, Blogger cliff said...

All on mine go on public land that's walk in only, so if you go far enough and hide them well it's been ok. Haven't had a digital taken and have lot's of hunter and hiker photos. Also your price seems a little high per camera, it's more like under $200.


At 12:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Looking to begin making my own homebrew. Any suggestions on sites for components and which cameras you prefer? Never built one before and would like some seem to have captured some incredible photos! I'm so jealous.


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