Moultrie Panoramic 150 Trail Camera Review
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Moultrie Game Spy Panoramic 150 Degree Infrared Game Camera offers stunning 150 coverage… 3X more than most trail cams! Moultrie's new Panoramic 150 revolutionizes game scouting with 3 infrared motion sensors that cover a staggering 150 degree detection area – 3 times the area of typical game cams! The Silent Slide lens rotates quietly to take photos or videos wherever motion is detected, making it the perfect choice for a field or open woods. Widescreen scouting: 8.0-megapixel image resolution; 5 operation modes: 1. Panoramic trail camera 2. IR triggered trail camera. 3. Time-lapse plot camera. 4. Plot camera by day, IR triggered camera by night. 5. Day and night video.; Silent Slide lens rotates to take photos or videos wherever motion is detected without spooking game; "Low Glow" infrared LEDs with 100-ft. range won't spook game; Blazing trigger speed… less than 1 second; Illumi-Night sensor provides bright, clear nighttime imaging; Motion Freeze technology reduces nighttime image blur; Multi-shot setting takes 1-3 pics per trigger; Programmable delay: 5/15/30 seconds, 1-60 minutes; Takes up to 9,000 images on 6 "C" batteries (not included); Easy set-up, with password protection; Supports up to a 32GB SD card; Integrated strap loop with Python cable compatibility. Measures 7 x 5 1/4"w. Order yours today! Moultrie Game Spy Panoramic 150 Infrared Game Camera
- Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 9.5 x 5 inches ; 1.6 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- ASIN: B00AU6DZI8
- Item model number: MCG-12597
- Batteries: 8 C batteries required.
Great Trail Camera
I looked at a lot of trail cameras before purchasing this Moultrie Panoramic. I’ve only had it set up for a week and I can say that it has taken some very nice day and night pictures with the 4mp setting. I’ll try the 8mp setting later. The camera can be set for panoramic or single shot. I’m using single shot on the trail though have tried the panoramic in my back yard and it works very well. I have not tried the video because I am not interested in taking video, but am willing to bet it works well also. This camera is well built and easy to set up. It has been through a few days of heavy rain and has not been affected by it. From trying it out at home for a couple of days and using it on the trail for the past week the 6 size C Ray O Vac alkaline batteries are still at 85%. I am set up at the intersection of 3 trails, 1 coming from the right of the camera, 1 from the left, and the other in front. if it detects from the right or left it will turn to that area and take the picture. It’s kind of like having 3 cameras in 1. At the bottom of each picture is the date, time, temperature, and moon phase. I’ll try and post some pictures at a later date. I noticed that someone put in their review about camera noise. I really don’t notice any significant noise with this camera.
Wait for an upgraded version…
While the panoramic pictures are outstanding, the stitching of them together to make 1 photo is poor. They even have an upgrade on their website, but it didn’t make much difference. Battery life really needs improvement. I put one on Moultrie’s Solar Battery pack, and that works fine; no more batteries! It really needs a guard on the lens, as every time there is dew, light rain, or moisture, the lens is covered so bad all the photos are blurred. I covered the camera and it helped somewhat. The reaction times for videos, while good quality, is lacking. There are too many videos with nothing on them. The sound is fair at best. The plot feature on it is good. I think we will see more panoramic game cams from other manufacturers, but if you want this one wait for an upgraded version…
I have an older Moultrie camera that still works fine. It runs on 8 AA batteries but only …
I have an older Moultrie camera that still works fine. It runs on 8 AA batteries but only covers about a 50 degree area. I came across these newer cameras that cover 150 degrees so I decided to try one. This model runs on six “C” batteries or 9 volts. It is set up pretty much the same way as my older M-990i. When I placed the C batteries in the camera it indicated that the batteries had about 58% life left (they had been on a shelf as I dont have any items that use this size battery). Along with the camera I also purchased one of Moultrie’s solar power supplies. I began to have some problems almost from the start. The batteries were dead by the second day and the scan card became useless after I had formatted it in my computer. Without going into a long story here are a few things to be aware of as reported to me by customer service at Moultrie, which was excellent. 1. Use Energizer batteries instead of Duracell. I didnt ask why. I am in the process of setting up a 9 volt system that runs off the house AC as the camera is mounted on my deck so batteries are not necessary. 2. The scan disc card must be dedicated to the camera–do not use an old one that has been in other devices and do not erase or reformat the card if you download the pics to a computer. If you should discover that your camera wont operate, replace the card. 3. Be sure that the external solar power unit is completely charged before plugging it into the camera. This may have contributed to the batteries being dead after only one day. With the 9 volts coming from the house AC I probably wont need this either. On an up note, the few pics that I did get looked great and the camera operated as described. It is interesting to see three photos placed in a panoramic image without any editing on my part. I am sure that once I get the bugs worked out that it will be a reliable as my older model.
Good Camera that needs a little better info in the manual.
I really like the camera and many of the images I have received. The trigger seems to be fast enough (even coming out of sleep mode).
Has Worked Beautifully For 3 Hunting Seasons So Far
I purchased this camera in the fall of 2013 and it has worked beautifully for me so far through the 2013, 2014, and 2015 hunting seasons. It even survived an encounter with a black bear that tried to pull it off the tree (saved by the security cable)! I’ve updated the firmware on the camera twice, which improved problems other reviewers have identified, such as problems stitching panoramic photos together. I’ve left the camera out for as long as 2 months at a stretch. When I got back, it had taken several hundred photos and still had over 50% battery life remaining. I love the wide detection range of this camera and the ability of it to take photographs in three different zones.
Review Of Moultrie PANORAMIC 150 Game Camera