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The Proof is in the Picture

Uncompromised craftsmanship and innovative technology help produce the world’s best scouting camera pictures - and set Cuddeback apart from the rest. With ¼ Second Trigger Speed, Center Subject Technology and Zone Control, Cuddeback cameras are just built better. Browse galleries of pictures to see the difference for yourself - we think you’ll agree that the proof is in the picture.


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Rocky

Florence , MS

The Black Bear Licked my Cudde Back which is unheard of because of the low number of Black Bears in Mississippi.

Matthew Wells

Gibbsboro, NJ

set my camera up for some early baiting pic of the potential in my are. the first pic I got was of a nice group of 5 bucks

Jeff

Green Bay , WI

Selfie

Dannie Kearn Jr

Concordia, KS

U have other cameras in the past but the pictures were either fuzzy or only half the deer last year I purchased a cuddeback and now I now just how big these 2 bucks are thank u cuddeback

Dennis North

Naples, NY

Big whitetail buck in velvet jumping the log on his morning walk. This cuddeback is so fast it caught him twice in one jump.

Shane Mears

Foreman, AR

This photo group captures the before and after of two coyotes on the prowl after a baby deer. Nature is an awful thing sometimes.

Brian Marotz

Westfield, WI

We have had 3 pairs of these owls nesting in the neighborhood. They are quite talkative and come out often in early evening. This is a picture of one of the pairs coming for an evening drink at a water tank. The trigger speeds of my cuddeback cameras are impressive to catch the wing beats of a owl in flight

Gary Kraszewski

Green Bay, WI

The bugs look really bad on this video of a whitetail doe with her twin fawns at Marinette County, WI.

Tom Herfel

Mondovi, WI

This young albino buck that has been around for nearly a year, showing up on camera and in person. It was interesting watching when he lost his antlers last winter and now to see the development of his new set this year.

Jimmy Walsh

Scranton , PA

A mother and cub at one of my mineral sites!