Thursday, October 22, 2009

Tip for game cameras when changing locations

Lot's of things to remember when moving your trail cameras to a new location and for different animals. I made a mistake of not checking the settings on a camera that was set for frogs (very close focus, low flash and ISO at 100) and setting the camera up for deer and elk on a trail. Very dark night photos and some just showing eyes in the dark. It's also nice to plug the camera into the board, place batteries into the camera, make sure the camera is in picture mode and not movie or review mode and to turn the camera on when leaving. I've done all of these at one time or another and most likely will continue.


At 4:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmmmm....2 shiny eyes....perfect for Halloween....oh, a question? Is this a teaching photo?
Auburn, Ca.

At 9:15 AM, Blogger cliff said...

Not really a teaching lesson but more as a reminder to double check some things that area easily forgotten or overlooked.

At 9:15 PM, Anonymous Pey-Jing Li Mehrinfar said...

I never shoot nature, but I will have to keep this in mind if I ever do. Thanks!


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