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Posted by Dorothy on 16:44:44 12/4/2011 from 76.7.145.204:

In reply to: Re: Using camera to identify animal and entry? posted by William from down south on 15:22:42 12/4/2011 from 98.95.64.79:

Thanks very much John and William for the information and feedback.

In addition to the game camera (I will check Sportsmans Guide), I wonder if you've heard of anyone trying the GE wireless (or wired) night camera with motion detector, with monitor, or monitoring the camera thru an (AV input?) on a TV?Ás to how well anyone could actually find out what & where the critter is?



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