Moultrie® D-444 8MP Low Glow Infrared Game Camera

Item # WBCL2-284696

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Moultrie® D-444 8MP Infrared Game Camera with Low Glow tech for more stealth, great shots! BIG BUCKS OFF!

The Moultrie® D-444 Game Camera is a sneaky scout, thanks to low glow infrared flash that has a big 80' range but doesn't spook like traditional flashes. You get 8-megapixel sharp photos, plus digital day and night video options and it has motion-sensing game scouting or time-lapse plot scouting that shows you a whole day's activity. Full color by day, black & white by night.

  • Trigger time less than a second
  • 4 modes: IR Motion Triggered Time-lapse Plot Camera Plot Camera by day, IR Motion Detection at night
  • FastFire continuous shooting, 1-3 pictures / sec.
  • Time / date / moon / temp stamping
  • 26 IR emitters, 80' range
  • Picture delay settings, 15 / 30 seconds, 1-60 minutes
  • SD memory card slot for up to 32 GB (not included)
  • Takes up to 25,000 images on 6 C batteries (not included)
  • Mounting strap / cable loop (cable not included.)
  • 4 3/8 x 3 3/8 x 6"h.

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  1. 5 stars
    Waiting to see. They are in the field and I should be able to check on them in a couple of weeks.
  2. so far so good. way better battery life than the 90-130 dollar stealth cams
  3. 1 stars
    I belong to your club to get best price. For years that might have been true but not now! I checked the price on this item and found the exact same item for $99 free shipping. I pay a club dues and paid part of the shipping and got ripped off. Will not happen again!!!!!
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