First of all you should understand that for that kind of money you are not getting a high quality cam. The shutter speed is very important and the quality of the photos are 2.0 megapixal, and the infrared illuminator is not going to show you images out farther than 15-20 feet, none of them do. So what have I done to make my $39.99 camera work awesomely each and ever time is to put it up 12 feet in a tree and point it down to the feed pile. I no longer worry about shutter speed, or getting poor quality pictures at night. I now get super clear day and night pics,as well as no one can see it up there to steal it,and I get the whole deer body in every picture.......I think it's kinda stupid to put any trail cam down low on a deer run or what have you and expect it to be fast enough to sense an animal then take its picture while it is moving. It's funny though all the manufacturers of these trail cams suck you ding dongs into the whole shutter speed thing every year and how great their cam is apposed to another......people,hunters,stop being stupid, go out and buy the cheapest trail cam you can,use a Lil knowledge,why do you gun hunt from a high point,why do you bow hunt in a tree,why do you scout animals from a ridge line.........I think you understand now what's next.....WHY DO YOU PUT YOUR TRAIL CAM AT KNEE LEVEL
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