I've used a few of the Moultrie's and they tend to react a little slow, but take good pictures. You also have to make sure you know what way the camera is pointing, because the sun in the morning and evenings will make it trigger and that will give you a lot of no-show pictures. Also I like to point mine down the trails to make sure they are around long enough to let the camera snap the shot.
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