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Good morning!! I think my pictures are storing on the camera instead of the card. How do I switch that, & how do i erase pics from camera?

This is for a moultrie deer trail camera

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: reset picture number and erase pictures on moultrie game camera

Go to images.ebsco.com/pob/moultrie/catalog/dgs-200 instructions

This is the complete manual for the camera game spy 200.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: moultrie game camera won't flash

we get beutiful day pics, but totally black pics at night

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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Steve

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SOURCE: Camera doesn't recognize the sd card, bypasses it

1) This camera accepts SD cards up to 4 GB in capacity. Most 4 GB SD cards however, are "SDHC" types (check the label to determine which type you are using). If you are using a 4 GB "SDHC" card, it may be causing the problem, as it is not an "SD" card. Furthermore, any card greater than 4 GB is not compatible with the camera. Any SD card with a capacity less than 4 GB should work without issue.

2) Check the position of the lock or "protect" tab on the side of a compatible SD card to be sure it is in the unlock position. The camera will be unable to write to a locked or protected card.

http://www.moultriefeeders.com/Game-Spy-D40

I hope this helps!

Posted on Oct 20, 2009

Ronald Lockhart

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SOURCE: user manual needed for a moultrie mfd-cdc model

here's your manual:

http://images.ebsco.com/pob/Moultrie/catalog/GameSpy100V2Manual.pdf

Posted on Feb 20, 2010

cena2fight

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SOURCE: Bushnell Trail camera won't store pictures

my trail camerawant take pictures

Posted on Jun 10, 2010

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