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Moultrie I60 battery life.

The first set of batteries lasted 2.5 months. The last 3 sets only lasted less than a week.{ 6 D Duracells }

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Extreme hot/cold effects battery life...also # events, whether pics taken or not 2 million gray Ark. squirrels, that never stop moving like red squirrels will use up batteries in a hurry...even still I get 3-4 mos out of 6-dcells on my I-40s

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Batteries last only a few days tried default setting but they still run down in a few days


Try using the Energizer Lithium batteries in this unit. They have an extended life on them and usually they will be a better battery especially in game trail cameras. We use these in all of our game trail cameras, cuddeybacks and bushnells. They work extremely well for us. Also, try contacting moultrie through there customer service site and most times if they can not help you with the unit, they will replace the unit, or work with you.
Hope this helps.

Dec 03, 2010 | Moultrie GameSpy 4.0 Digital Camera Deluxe

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Model D40 Moultrie camera. LCD screen only shows dots, not legible words. Batteries are brand new. Camera is less than a year old.


may be it's a lcd problem see the manual it guied you to the depth

if not contect your service provider neairest you

Sep 21, 2010 | Digital Cameras

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Camera won't come on


1. Replace batteries with new alkaline batteries.

2. Sometimes an SD card may malfunction. Remove the SD card and turn the camera on. Check your manual for proper use of SD card.

3. Still having issues? If you bought the trail cam within the last 12 months, send it to Moultrie for repair.

Here is the link with a return form an procedures for the return.

For more information about trail cameras, visit my Hunting Supplies Website

Jul 28, 2010 | Moultrie GameSpy 4.0 Digital Camera Deluxe

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The camera has gone dead--it will not come on when


this has to be a D-40;check that push button is actually contacting push switch on printed-circuit card below..ck connections at that area of pcb...a bad solder job will ruin your day.

Jan 12, 2010 | Moultrie GameSpy 4.0 Digital Camera Deluxe

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Moultrie i60 game cam takes pics constantly while


If within warranty, with valid receipt.....send to Moultrie

Jul 12, 2009 | Moultrie GameSpy 4.0 Digital Camera Deluxe

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Camcorders that run on 3 AAA bateries, how long do the batteries last????


I assume we're not discussing the Sony DSC-W55 since that doesn't use AAA batteries.
The battery life varies depending both on the camcorder and the type of batteries. In general, lithiums will last longer than alkalines, which will last longer than a single charge on NiMHs. On cameras that give you the option, you'll use less juice shutting off the display and using the viewfinder. Many manuals will give you estimates of battery life, but these are estimates only, the battery life also depends on how YOU use your camcorder.

Dec 11, 2008 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W55 Digital Camera

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Moultrie I60 is only taking black and white pictures.


sorry to inform you guys but that is what the I40 and I60 do, if you take it in the DIRECT SUNLIGHT you will notice that it takes color pics ;-( bad design

Sep 27, 2008 | Moultrie MFH-DGS-100 Digital Camera

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Power


Get Rechargable batteries with charger of good company and try it. Your problem is discharged/ outdated batteries.

Jul 31, 2008 | Canon PowerShot A510 Digital Camera

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Losing power rapidly...


The only thing I can suggest is that the metal connections on your camera have corroded due to the long life of your camera. I had a similar problem where any batteries I used would not work, regardless of what kind of battery it was. Turns out I had a nice greenish layer of corrosion on my connections which I sand-papered off. This might be a little tricky if your connectors are way inside of a battery holder, but it can be done nonetheless. Try taping some sandpaper to the flat end of a pencil and clean it out that way. Hope it works.

Jun 25, 2007 | Canon PowerShot S1 IS Digital Camera

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