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Constant pictures taken

I have my camera set on hi and auto in hopes of taking pictures of wildlife, but when I pull the card and review, it is taking pictures of sun casting shadows, leaves falling and any kind of slight movement. What am I doing wrong?

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If you are using a Micro sd card you will need a Sandisk sd card that says sdhc nothing higher the class 4 sd card which is the speed of the card. If still need help call Moultrie with equipment to troubleshoot the number to call 8006533334 option 1 and 1 live person

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