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First you have to ask yourself how you intent to use your camera. On trails, over feed in the summer... Each instance could require different cameras. What I mean is if you are just trying to capture deer walking up or down a trail you will need something with a quick trigger time. If you are looking for something over a block or such in the summer, the trigger time isnt as important. Do you want IR or is white flash ok? I could go on an on but your best bet is to figure out how your going to use the camera and then look at reviews on some of the sites given or http://www.chasingame.com/
 

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Here's a good deal on a Moultrie black flash someone posted over at chasingame.com


http://www.wingsupply.com/game-cameras-a...ed-game-camera/


Other good cams for a bit more would include:

DLC Black - no visible flash, 25,000 pics on aa batteries, very good night flash range.

DLC Red 40 - red infrared, around 15,000 pics on aa batteries, excellent night photos

Bushnell 119466 or 119476 - Invisible flash, around 15 - 20,000 pics on aa batteries, night flash a little weak, excellent hd video with sound.
 
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