Moultrie's New Trail Camera

posted on August 24, 2010

Moultrie expanded its Game Spy Game Management System with the addition of the Game Spy I-35 infrared camera and Pay As You Go cellular accessory. Both units make remote access to game cameras and images even more affordable.

The Camera:
Retailing at $149.99, the Game Spy I-35 is Moultrie's most affordable infrared game camera with Game Management System compatibility. This 4.0 megapixel camera is loaded with features including 50-foot flash, rapid response time and Realtree APG camouflage housing. The Game Spy I-35 captures day and night video, and imprints temperature, moon phase, time, date and camera ID on every image. Operating on 6 C-cell batteries and accepting up to a 16GB SD memory card, you won't have to worry about missing a shot.

The Cellular Accessory:
In 2009, Moultrie introduced the GPS Game Spy Connect cellular accessory giving customers full access to game cameras and images 24/7, with a year subscription plan. In 2010, Moultrie introduces a Pay As You Go option. This GPS Game Spy Connect has all of the features of the subscription model, without the one year contract. Customers can purchase one month of service for as low as $39.99, or they can select the Season Pass option of four months of service starting at $34.99/month. The GPS Game Spy Pay As You Go let's the customer select a plan best suited for their needs and budget.

The GPS Game Spy Connect accessory retails for $149.99. The GPS Game Spy Connect instantly transmits images to Moultrie's Game Management web site. The web site offers members a private-access web page to manage photos, data and cameras anywhere in the world, from any computer with internet access. Once signed up, members can also enter accounts remotely from most cell phones or PDA's with internet capabilities. Upload images captured at your favorite hunting spot, keep an eye on your property, plot and view locations of game activity using GPS coordinates, keep an eye on your camera's battery status from miles away.


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