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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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Your Photos and Videos

Darren Nye

Cornell, WI

I have seen the pictures of the new cuddebacks on the back of hunting magazines. I think it would be cool to have one of my pictures with every one else's. I just bought the black flash one and I am very impressed with the picture and how clear they are. But I put this camera up on are new land we move to and figured lets see what animals we have around here and figure out how well the camera takes pictures. I got some pictures of some does then one buck but it was at night and his antlers were blury so I can't tell how big he was. Then I had some bear come by. I'm hoping I will see one of these pictures soon on the back of hunting magazines.

Mary English

Lindsay, OK

I got the color camera to be able to have night time color pictures. I have gotten great pictures with the other CB camera I have so why not. Here is one that I found unique. This is on one of the food plots we have on the place in the sticks where I have lived my whole life. But I had no idea that Raccoons were carnivores.

Gary Kraszewski

Green Bay, WI

A young whitetail deer and a Ruffed Grouse at Marinette County WI.


Lost Nation, IA

Few nice deer and some turkeys

Jared Markgraf

San Antonio, TX

This little guy can't be more than a couple days old

Jared Markgraf

San Antonio, TX

And in this corner...

Ricardo Moreno

Gamboa, NA

These photos were taken as part of the wilcats conservation program carried out by the NGO Yaguara-Panama in Panama. Cuddeback cameras are placed in both fragmented and remote sites to estimate species richness and mammals abundance, with a special focus on jaguars, and determine the conservation status of mammals species as many of them are endangered.ata obtained by the camera traps are necessary to take conservation measures. Ocelots are usually the most abundant species of the 6 cat species occuring in Panama, whereas jaguars are particularly rare. These 3 photos of ocelots were taken in the Darién National Park (2 ocelots jumping) while the other two were taken in Soberania National Park.

Lana Bartels

Williston, ND

I love seeing the bucks in velvet and this guy just loves to keep parading by the camera. I am amazed with how they shed their antlers and then grow them back. To be able to see the progress of this as the summer goes on, to me is so interesting. With the cuddeback, you can catch these piuctures to see the changes. It is truly awesome, and this guy wanted to make sure I got a good veiw of his rack to compare to next time!

Nate Coulthurst

Sturgeon Bay, WI

Well one morning my mother walked out the front door and immediately started yelling at our family dog for destroying her flowers and digging a whole under the deck. So obviously the dog was in the "dog house" for a few days. Then three days latter my sister, coming home from work, came face to face with this fox. Out of curiosity, I placed my dad's Attack IR among the flowers and waited. After going through pictures of cats, dogs, feet, and more feet, I came across this young male fox. He arrived just after my parents left for work around 7:00 and scuttled under the deck. Two short hours later he came flying out. We've got over a dozen pictures of him coming and going. Recently he decided that the constant presence of humans and pets was too much for him, so he up and left. But at least he was nice enough to provide us with amazing pictures for the short time he was hanging around the house.

Art Krueger

Milwaukee, WI

Here,is a video of deer checking out my new E2 camera, I think it pass's inspection.