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Wildgame Innovations Terra Extreme 12 MP HD Infrared Digital Scouting Game Camera EXPIRED

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Walmart has the Wildgame Innovations Terra Extreme 12 MP HD Infrared Digital Scouting Game Camera on sale for $33.36. Shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (Free Trial) on $35+ orders.

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About this product:
  • 12.0-megapixel image sensor captures clear photos of nearby animals
  • 21-piece, high-intensity LED infrared flash offers up to a 60-foot range
  • Records up to 15 seconds of HD video footage
  • Trigger speed is less than 1 second
  • Accepts a 32-gigabyte SDHC card (not included)
  • Bungee cords makes it easy to secure the camera in the wild
  • Swirl pattern along the exterior
  • Powered by 8 AA batteries (not included)

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    • The Wildgame Innovations Terra Extreme 12 MP HD Infrared Digital Scouting Game Camera is $14.64 less (30.5% saving) than the $48 regular price.
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Walmart [walmart.com]has the Wildgame Innovations Terra Extreme 12 MP HD Infrared Digital Scouting Game Camera for $33.36. Shipping is free on $35 or more.

This is 31% off Walmart's regular price and 50% off other retailers that have this model in stock. This model does seem to be low or out of stock at most retailers.
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I've bought at least 10 trail cameras in the past 10 years. My experience has been from the cheap to the semi-expensive, you may get 2 or 3 years tops out of any of them. I've tried Moultrie, Wildgame Innovations, Browning (about a $130 camera that has been one of the worst I've had), and the like, but the best overall camera has been this GardePro A3 [amazon.com] that I consistently go back to. It has a pretty decent fast trigger, nice pictures and video, and most importantly to me it has decent sound to the videos. I admit I have had a problem with a couple of these cameras with the sound slurring a little, but for the quality of the videos and pictures, it's worth it for the money.
wow, 'Powered by 8 AA batteries'

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Does it work through walls... Asking for a friend...
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Does it work through walls... Asking for a friend...
I doubt if it works period. So many of these trail cams are terrible. Cheap enough that if it doesn't work or it gets stolen; it's not a huge loss.
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wow, 'Powered by 8 AA batteries'
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wow, 'Powered by 8 AA batteries'
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I've bought at least 10 trail cameras in the past 10 years. My experience has been from the cheap to the semi-expensive, you may get 2 or 3 years tops out of any of them. I've tried Moultrie, Wildgame Innovations, Browning (about a $130 camera that has been one of the worst I've had), and the like, but the best overall camera has been this GardePro A3 [amazon.com] that I consistently go back to. It has a pretty decent fast trigger, nice pictures and video, and most importantly to me it has decent sound to the videos. I admit I have had a problem with a couple of these cameras with the sound slurring a little, but for the quality of the videos and pictures, it's worth it for the money.
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wow, 'Powered by 8 AA batteries'
Almost all of them now take 8 AA. I have one or two that can take 4 or 8 AA, but they don't last long with just 4.
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I've bought at least 10 trail cameras in the past 10 years. My experience has been from the cheap to the semi-expensive, you may get 2 or 3 years tops out of any of them. I've tried Moultrie, Wildgame Innovations, Browning (about a $130 camera that has been one of the worst I've had), and the like, but the best overall camera has been this GardePro A3 [amazon.com] that I consistently go back to. It has a pretty decent fast trigger, nice pictures and video, and most importantly to me it has decent sound to the videos. I admit I have had a problem with a couple of these cameras with the sound slurring a little, but for the quality of the videos and pictures, it's worth it for the money.
This is actually the first trail cam I've ever bought and still the only one I own. I bought it for security at a property I don't have electricity at the moment. It definitely has some flaws but for the most part I'm happy with it
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This is actually the first trail cam I've ever bought and still the only one I own. I bought it for security at a property I don't have electricity at the moment. It definitely has some flaws but for the most part I'm happy with it
I'm extremely happy with ours - we have 3 and they have been pretty durable and great quality videos of the deer and even people not supposed to be roaming around on the property.
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I've used these for the last few years. This is a common sale price for them at a bunch of stores. They work decently, and the obvious appeal is the price. These things get stolen a lot. I recommend etching your name on them and hanging them 10ft in a tree. If anyone else has any deterrent advice... I'd love to hear.
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Similar to the basic Wosoda trail cams that I bought a few months ago. They work fine, and images/video are fine for the lower end 1080p but don't expect an internal LED screen to review footage in this price range. People complain about the 8 batteries and high drain, but I use Energizer Lithium and have had no problems with drainage.

As for the 32gb SD card limit, I've been successful with 64gb, but not 128gb with the Wosoda. Even with the 64gb, I haven't even gotten up to 10gb usage with the month it ran without me reviewing the footage.
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wrong comment.
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wow, 'Powered by 8 AA batteries'
I've had trail cama in the woods that took 8 D batteries!

Had some of the best trigger distance but dated pixel resolution. Also was the size of small tool box. Had to find a tree big enough to hold it up. 😁
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I doubt if it works period. So many of these trail cams are terrible. Cheap enough that if it doesn't work or it gets stolen; it's not a huge loss.
I own this exact one, owned it for a couple years now, works well and still on the original batteries too. I have it by the driveway of another house I own. Got a cheap ancient SD card maybe the first SD card I ever bought in it and that still works too.
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