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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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Doug Wonders

Motley, MN

As this buck walks towards the camera, you can almost hear him grunting.

Tristin Skellie

Blasdell, NY

Caught a picture of this nice buck standing up on hind legs in order to rub his scent on the branches above the scrape.


Hastings, NE

I have hunted this buck befor have seen his tracks but didn't know how big it was until I purchased a cuddeback now I can pinpoint the time he feeds,most of the time it's been real late,But I confent he be hanging on my wall.Thanks cuddeback.


Topeka, KS

Put it out and see some monsters quick. Thanks

Kris Coburn

Noth Platte, NE

pinch point location, I have one confirmed kill from a stand 20 yards back from this camera 11-15-2015

Nathan Friese

Pine Island, MN

I was fortunate enough to catch this nice buck on camera in the summer. I only have velvet pics of him. I never was able to see him either. Until one November afternoon, when I finally laid eyes on him. He walked right to my stand after a few soft grunts and I harvested him at 10 yds.

Nathan Friese

Pine Island, MN

The bucks really liked the radishes this fall. We will have to plant more next year because they didn't last very long after the first frost. I guess the bucks aren't the only deer that love radishes, pic #3!

Corey M Johnson

Duluth , MN

Discovered a picture on my Cuddeback Back Flash E3 of the deer I would harvest two days later, only problem is I didn't realise I had the picture of it because I didn't check the phototgraphs until five days after I harvested the deer.

Doug Wonders

Motley, MN

As this buck gets closer to the camera,you can almost hear him grunting.

Kris Cobrun

North Platte, NE

hunted this location with aground blind, set that camera to see what was making that rub on that 12" tree new it couldn't be a small guy doing it. turns out I got as close as 70 yards so far. that is a little out of my bow range.