- Up to 70-ft night range
- 4 operational modes
- IR triggered game camera
- Time-lapse plot camera
- Plot camera by day, motion detect camera at night
- HD video day and night
- Illumi-Night sensor provides bright, clear nighttime images
- Motion Freeze reduces nighttime blur
- HD video (720p) with sound
- 2" built-in LCD viewing screen
- 16:9 widescreen images and video
- FastFire Continuous Shooting (1-4 pics/sec)
- Multi-Shot (1-3 pics)
- Barometric pressure, moon phase, temperature, time, date and camera ID stamp
- 5/15/30 seconds, 1–60 minute picture delay
- Password protected
- SD memory card slot — up to 32GB
- 9,500 images on 8 AA batteries
- Features new Moultrie camouflage
- Integrated strap loop with Python® cable compatibility (cable not included)
Weight: 1.45 pounds.
Dimensional Weight: 1.2 pounds.
Dimensions: 6" (W) x 3.5" (H) x 9.63" (D)
Weight Disclaimer: * Weight may vary based on configuration.
150 Industrial Road
Alabaster, AL 35007
On the plus side, the Moultrie Game Spy M-990i Gen 2 produces pictures of pretty good quality. Daytime colors are saturated and nighttime pictures are usually well-exposed and have average levels of motion blur. My mother commented that the animals look "more real" than they had with earlier cameras. Some of the image enhancements may come from processing in the camera rather than from superior optics, but however achieved, the results are pretty good. A cursory comparison of pictures from M-990i generation 1 (I had one) and generation 2 cameras show sharper images at night and more intense daytime colors from the newer camera. Trigger performance of the M-990i Gen 2 is also good -- this camera caught more animals than another of a different make set up nearby on the same trail.
Negatives are mostly minor. The camera sometimes hunts between night and day mode in low light, and, rarely, night images are overexposed. The front cover has a somewhat fiddly latching system. Arming the camera requires navigating menus, and it's not possible (as far as I could determine) to go directly from aiming mode, seeing what the camera is seeing on its front display, to arming it for use -- you have to slide a mode switch and then go to the start menu. A simple "start" button would be more intuitive. That said, the aiming capability works well and is becoming hard to find on newer trail cameras.
Overall, the camera has performed well and I can recommend it.
Great Camera. Great Battery Life. Night resolution is good and pictures and video are excellent. Makes this a great security camera as well as a game camera.
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