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i had a cuddeback attack out on a carcass in a bobcat polluted area. when i set the cam i didnt have a card so i ran it without it for a night. that night a bobcat drug the carcass away and nothing was on the cam, only daylight pics of crows. clearly u can see from the crows to the point where i cam into view..that the carcass was moved. my QUESTION is, do the attacks not take infrared pics when they have no card in them???
 

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They can only take like 32, 24 or so pictures without a card..they have a limited memory that isnt very many photos big...crow photos prolly ate up the memory.
 

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no it still has space left on the memory because after you can clearly tell that the carcass was drug away...it got a few more pics of crows then pics of us coming into check the cam. either way i hung a new camera WITH a card and will never use internal memory again hahah
 
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