Moultrie Game Camera Reviews | 2016 –


Moultrie Game Camera Reviews

Our Moultrie trail camera reviews combine comprehensive testing, hands-on research and expert analysis from trail camera professionals.  

Moultrie game cameras have undergone a redesign strengthening the gen 2 case, but making it slightly larger than previous versions.  In addition, users familiar with programming functions on older models will have to learn the new menus offered on current Moultrie game cameras.  Please find our in depth insight on each of our Moultrie trail cameras below.

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Moultrie M-999i

Review in Progress - The M999i is a now glow IR trail camera with a 2" viewing screen that has 7+ month battery life, fast recovery and a good trigger speed....

From $199.95

Moultrie M-888i

- TCP Rating:  76/100 - The M888i is one of our favorite no glow IR game cameras for 2016. We love the night pictures and videos.  If you don't need a...

From $159.95

Moultrie M-888

- TCP Rating: 74/100 - The M888 has 7+ month battery life, fast recovery and a good trigger speed. The M888's value gets knocked by having a short 50 ft....

From $139.95

Moultrie Panoramic 180i

Review in Progress - The P180i is a panoramic trail camera with 3 lenses to increase field of view and detection area by 3 times. Picture detection is incredibly quick, but...


Moultrie White Flash

Review in Progress - This is a new incandescent model from Moultrie game cameras. This incandescent flash allows for color night pictures.  - TCP Staff White Flash Review  + Specifications  +...


Moultrie M-550 Gen2

3.1 Stars - The M550 has way more cons than pros.  The camera is slow, takes poor pictures and has a weird case design.  It does get good battery life...


Moultrie A-5

2.3 Stars "While this inexpensive Moultrie game camera sells in bunches, it is not a quality camera according to our test data.  Poor pictures, slow detection and limited programming options...

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