Obviously, film trail cameras require you to remove the roll of film, replace it with a fresh roll and then have the roll processed to see what kind of animals were in front of the trail camera.You give up convenience and you pay more (in the long run, when you factor in the cost of film and developing) but you get a quality hard copy of the image that is nice and portable to carry around and show your friends.As a result, they are patterning bucks faster and shooting more trophy bucks than ever before.
It is great fun to compare pictures of the same deer from one year to the next as they grow larger antlers.
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You can break trail cameras down into three categories: film (with flash), digital with non-game spooking infrared or invisible LED flash and standard digital with flash.