I own two of these and they are both now junk. the 1st one to go bad will not take pic's, only used for playback from other camera cards. the 2nd one just went south also, cannot shut it off without pulling batteries out. When starting up, this cam will not get out of the setup menu. my experience with all trailcams has taught me to save my money and watch for game while hunting, like I did before this technology existed.
We live in a small city on a golf course. Under one of our large pine trees I found a pile of animal scat that looked like it had been repeatedly re-visited. My internet search suggested a mountain lion. I contacted Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and sent them a camera photo. They think it's a very large raccoon. I then fastened this trial camera to a fence. Unfortunately we haven't captured the "culprit" on the trail camera yet but I've received some nice photos of deer!! Easy to program and set up; waterproof as my sprinklers hit it occasionally and ruggedly built. This trail camera will provide information and entertainment for years to come.
Thus far I am really pleased by this game camera! Where others have failed, this one has succeeded! Tried two various Moultrie game cams with no luck...neither captured night photos of critters...but the Bushnell is doing it well! Day or night the photos are great. The only thing that is aggravating is the wake-up time needed to get off the first shot! As long as the critter is in range of the cam you will get it on the next shot of the 3-shot-sequence. As I have said, I am just happy to be getting night photos of the critters!