Moultrie A-5 Trail Camera Review

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Moultrie A-5 Trail Camera Review

Rating: 3.5

List Price: $69.99

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Trail Camera Description

The Moultrie A-5 Trail Camera is easy to setup, packed with great features, and at a price that makes it affordable to outfit all your property. The Moultrie A-5 is a 5.0 MP Low Glow infrared trail camera. The night range spans up to 50-ft, and captures day and night video. It’s also equipped with a picture delay of 1, 5, 10, and 30 minutes. The A-5 also includes moon phase, time and date in the camera ID stamp included on every photo. Capable of being equipped with a 32 GB memory card and able to take over 8,000 photos with 4 C-Cell batteries.

Trail Camera Reviews Favorite Features

Well crafted and durable case. Highly weather proof.

Takes over 8,000 pictures on one set of C-cell batteries.

Great night detection range up to 50ft in most situations.

Great picture quality and solid design at an affordable rate.

Moultrie A-5 Photos

Moultrie A-5 Videos

Moultrie A-5

Moultrie A-5 Settings

Camera Features

  • 5.0 megapixel Low Glow infrared trail camera
  • Up to 50-ft night range
  • Captures night and day video and pictures
  • Moon phase, temperature, time, date and camera ID stamp
  • Picture Delay Settings allow delay settings ranging from 1-min to 30-min.
  • SD memory card slot — up to 32GB
  • 8,000 images on 4 C-cell batteries
  • Integrated strap loop with Python® cable compatibility

Moultrie D-444 Customer Reviews

This Moultrie trail camera takes great pictures and videos. I cut small bushes close to the camera to help prevent the camera from taking pictures of plants blowing in the wind. The daytime photos are excellent and the night ones show the detail needed to be useful. The picture is one of many good photos that let me know where the deer are traveling.

Overall I’m very pleased with the Moultrie A-5 trail camera… I have had it 1 week and it took 700 pictures… The pictures are clear even in the nighttime, in fact it even took some good pictures during a rainstorm… For the hunter on a budget like myself, i highly recommend this camera.

I’m surprised people are complaining about this product; It’s a $60 camera, not an IMAX quality machine. This takes much better video and stills then any other similarly priced infrared cameras out there. We just captured a moose and you can hear her eating from 20′ away on the video. The stills are great. Moultrie sells a more expensive model that does take slightly better quality images, but you’re also paying for some additional features that you may not need. For instance we’ve found that any camera on video mode drains the batteries so quickly it’s not worth using that feature unless you hardwire it.

The Moultrie A-5 has been a great purchase at ~$60. I bought it to scout deer prior to hunting season, and it worked as an inexpensive trail camera just as advertised. The only qualm that I have is the long picture delay which makes it tough to scout at game crossings, but a little planning and good placements does make it possible. The camera does not come with a USB cable, and does make a very quiet click when the IR flash goes off. Overall, nothing to complain about when you get a high quality trail camera with great picture quality for less than 70 bucks.

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