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Wildgame Innovations Blade 6G 6.0 MP Trail Camera

Item # 781538
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Key Features

  • 6.0 MP full-color camera with day/night sensor

  • Features IR flash with 50' range

  • 1-second rapid trigger speed

  • Captures images during the day or night


Our Price   $79.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
wildgame_innovations Monitor your herd day and night with this Razor 6G Trail Camera from Wildgame Innovations. Features a 6.0 MP IR digital scouting camera with bark varnish texture for camouflage. Fast, 1-second rapid trigger speed. Captures still images day or night. Infrared flash with 50 ft. range. Operates on 8 AA batteries (not included).
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Specifications
Megapixels 6.0
Flash IR
Flash Range 50 ft.
Trigger Speed 1 second
Power Source 8 AA

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Wildgame Innovations Blade 6G 6.0 MP Trail Camera
 
4.0

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4.0

Good camera for the money

By MadPrairie Hunter

from Sun Prairie, WI

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Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Easy To Use
  • Waterproof

Cons

  • Slow shutter speed

Best Uses

  • Over Food Plot

Comments about Wildgame Innovations Blade 6G 6.0 MP Trail Camera:

This camera is simple to set up, has good trigger speed, and is easy on batteries. It does seem to have a slow shutter speed resulting in some blurry photos.

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