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Customer Review

on 14 June 2013
I do a lot of wildlife filming and use the bushnell for hard to get footage. Mostly I try and leave the camera a long way from prying eyes. THe only animal you don't want in the region of your expensive camera trap is the lesser spotted scrote and this gives a bit of re-assurance in that department.. It locks well and you can easily padlock it o a tree. I used a £3 gate latch sticking out the bottom and put a big chain through that. Another good tip is cammo the case with cammo tape. I also hide the case with bits of leaves and moss. TBH its more likely now that I won't be able to re-find my own camera than someone else spotting it :)
more wildlife tips here:
Make better videos with your dslr or camcorder search alex sally for clips from the bushnell btw.
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