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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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"BEST camera I ever had. Most accurate target and clear picture..." Scott Abernathy, WA

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Kimberly Tanner

Kirkville, NY

A little morning back scratch...

Jeff Benn

Clearwater, MN

These buck photos were all taken with a Cuddeback camera that I purchase back in 2002. The camera has been in the woods from July till December every year and still works perfectly. The photos are three impressive bucks all visiting the same scrape. The scrape was the first one in the one in the woods. The camera took hundreds of photos of bucks for about a 20 day period at the end of Oct and the beginning of Nov.

Raymond Purdy

Glens Falls, NY

Looks like a scene out of "West Side Story". Camera placed at a trail junction,no bait, totally natural. I call this pic. Red Heads or West Side Story. Pic. taken with a Capture IR. I own 60 different Cuddebacks.

Todd Carlson

Moorhead, MN

Picture of a coyote chasing a turkey. Great picture quality as both subjects are moving. I have a ground blind set up there for turkey hunting.

Steve De Jong

Menasha, WI

Early spring Tom trying to impress some mates. Taken in Marathon County, WI.

Doug Wonders

Motley , MN

The fur on this fox doesn't look as good as it did a month ago. Can't wait for the young ones to make their debut.

Doug Wonders

Motley , MN

These are some unique photos. The camera caught the splashing water from diving wood ducks.

Dan Gatzke

Harmony, MN

The warm weather is finally here!

Doug Wonders

Motley , MN

Never knew that Blue Herons fished at night.. Had put the camera out for ducks but this night stalker came by.

Gerald Russell

Mount Vernon, OR

I get many pictures of elk and a lot of them are of elk messing with my cameras. I had one camera chained to a tree.When I went to check it I found the chain laying on the ground twenty feet from the camera.It was a great puzzle until I viewed the pictures from the card.Apparently I had not closed the lock properly.