Moultrie® Game Spy™ I-35 IR Game Camera

Item # WX2-180362

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Moultrie® Game Spy™ I-35 IR Game Camera.

The Game Spy™ I-35 IR Trail Camera has a built-in infrared sensor that takes pictures or captures video in color during the day and captures infrared images at night.

Plus, you'll see a stamp of temperature, moon phase, time, date and camera ID on every image. Just use the included mounting strap to attach the Game Camera to a tree or fence post and get started!

  • Weather-resistant Realtree® All-Purpose™ Green casing beats back raindrops and melting snow
  • Trail camera comes with easy-to-operate LCD menu-driven display for easy adjustments
  • Displays battery life, pictures taken and delay timer
  • High-quality, 4.0-megapixel images
  • 4 picture / 2 video resolutions
  • IR aim for quick and precise game camera setup
  • Picture delay can be set from 1-60 minutes and allows 4 seconds between multi-shots
  • 60' flash gives you nice range
  • Set video clips for 5/15/30 seconds in duration during the day, 5 seconds at night
  • Room for a 32 GB memory card
  • External power port for optional Moultrie® PowerPanel requires 6 C batteries (not included)
  • USB cable included
  • Upgradeable software.
  • Weighs 1 lb.

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Customer Reviews

4 stars
(5) 1-5 of 5 Reviews
  1. 5 stars
    Easy setup.
  2. 5 stars
    Easy setup.
  3. 1 stars
    So far I am not impressed. The picture quality is poor, especially for Moultrie. The night pictures are overexposed and the trigger is not very fast. Have a lot of deer ¿butt¿ pictures. The last month I have only got about 24 pix. It has been VERY cold and it is post hunting season so I will try it for a bit longer and if nothing changes, I will send it back. I would spend a bit more and get a better one. This is the third Moultrie I have had and the others were great.
  4. 5 stars
    Just put the camera out this week so I really can't speak to the quality. It is a Moultrie so I expect it will be fine.
  5. 5 stars
    I just got it & it looks like it may have to go back, because i cannot get it to activate any more than 10-15 feet away. I'm awaiting MOULTRIE'S response on an e-mail i sent them... Only time will tell on how well i like this thing or not.
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