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20MP 108OP VanTop Ninja 1 Waterproof Motion Activatied Trail/Hunting Camera w/ Night Vision $33 + 2.5% SD CashBack + Free Shipping w/ Prime

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Sport.woot.com [woot.com] has 20MP 108OP VanTop Ninja 1 Waterproof Motion Activatied Trail/Hunting Camera w/ Night Vision, 3 Infrared Sensors and 120 Degree Detecting Range (Yellow) for $32.99. SD Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required before checkout). Shipping is $6 or free w/ Prime.

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This 20MP 108OP VanTop Ninja 1 Waterproof Motion Activatied Trail/Hunting Camera w/ Night Vision is $37 lower (~ 53% savings) than list price of $69.99 and $2 lower than a prior FP deal on 7-15-21.
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Thanks OP.
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In for 1. Thanks!
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I got this the last deal. Haven't experienced the date timestamp issue reported by some on Amazon. Image quality is good but the video recording doesn't start the same time the camera pictures are captured. Reviewing video shows the object left field of view already with PIR sensitivity set to high.
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would love to hear some more honest reviews on this. im in the market. i suppose for $33 its worth a shot, but i really would prefer not to buy a camera that im just going to throw away.

edit: found the previous FP deal and the comments are nothing but irrelevant jokes about cheating wives. hoping some folk that bought from that deal can weigh in. time stamp issues would be a bummer, but not a deal breaker, per-se.
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Basically give Slickdeals extension full reign over what it sees or else, no deal.

I will get downvoted to death and mocked for that but lets not forget that this is a for profit website and that extension is absolutely collecting data.
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Quote from idiggplants :
would love to hear some more honest reviews on this. im in the market. i suppose for $33 its worth a shot, but i really would prefer not to buy a camera that im just going to throw away.

edit: found the previous FP deal and the comments are nothing but irrelevant jokes about cheating wives. hoping some folk that bought from that deal can weigh in. time stamp issues would be a bummer, but not a deal breaker, per-se.
In the comments on woot they mention this is regular price but Amazon jacked it up to make this woot "deal"
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In for one just because I'm willing to try a cam that doesn't use full size SD cards. I've experienced SD card failures with the larger cards and more expensive trail cams. I'm unsure why, great brand names made for outdoor use. The microSD feature is worth a try.
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Quote from CharlesBarkley :
In the comments on woot they mention this is regular price but Amazon jacked it up to make this woot "deal"
interesting. i dont see any comments on woot. What is even more-so interesting is that the only evidence of this thing being on amazon is a link on google search to the reviews, which come up with a 401 error. sounds like amazon is pulling some interesting stuff here for sure.

i think ill pass. id rather spend a bit more and know im getting something decent, from a company that isnt trying to lie about the prices..
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I have a specific use for this camera, but I think others would be better off with something else. The manual states to swap mem cards before full so I don't think it even has a loop recording mode after the card fills up. Battery life has been pretty good. I had it taking pictures and video in the house constantly being triggered for over a week and the battery was only down a bar.

The battery and memory card are accessed from the front cover opening so if you have it mounted in a tree, you don't have to remove the entire camera to swap either. However, you'll have to use a small luggage style lock to secure this, since the camera trail camera lock on the rear only keeps the entire camera locked not access to the panel.
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Quote from lagvoid :
I have a specific use for this camera, but I think others would be better off with something else. The manual states to swap mem cards before full so I don't think it even has a loop recording mode after the card fills up. Battery life has been pretty good. I had it taking pictures and video in the house constantly being triggered for over a week and the battery was only down a bar.

The battery and memory card are accessed from the front cover opening so if you have it mounted in a tree, you don't have to remove the entire camera to swap either. However, you'll have to use a small luggage style lock to secure this, since the camera trail camera lock on the rear only keeps the entire camera locked not access to the panel.
This may explain why my other pair of trail cams have hosed memory cards. Not the size, but the ability of someone stalking me (for real, have restraining order) to delete the footage through the front panel. I have them both 🔒on a cable so they can't be stolen, but the screen is accessible.
Off to cancel my order and look for a trail cam with a screen lock.
Thank you.
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Great for monitoring a moonshine still site to be sure the revenuers aren't sniffing around…
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