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    Blurry Night Pics Black FlashE3

    Just purchased and trial pics are a total failure. See pics.

    Is this normal for this camera?? If not how do I fix it?

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    Every IR trail camera will produce very very blurry pictures unless the subject is completely motionless.
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    My Pxmos Truth Cam CR which is a blackout cam provides clean pics at night. Since it is a blackout cam isn't it a IR cam?

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    Are the subjects on your ****** standing still? Yes, the blackout ****** is an IR cam.
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    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by NantucketShedHunter View Post
    Are the subjects on your ****** standing still? Yes, the blackout ****** is an IR cam.
    Thank you for your response. The cam in question was used as a driveway cam (just as this new Cuddyback one is). The usual image with it was either a car coming in or out the driveway or a racoon or fox. The cars were certainly moving and I would doubt that the animals were still. I had the other camera set for 3 consecutive photos and on animals it would usually show them in different positions. The night time images with the other camera were not nearly as bright as the Cuddeback but animals like a racoon could be easily identified and did not look like blurs. I moved the other brand to the ranch with the intent to "upgrade" the one here at the house.

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    Same problem here

    I have 3 "E" and 3 "C" and very disappointed in their night shots! I have 5 Attack IR and very seldom have a blurry night shot! What is the deal?

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    Unhappy E3 blurry night pictures

    I have many trail cameras of various brands. My E3 TAKES VERY BLURRY NIGHTTIME PICTURES and without a doubt the worst night pictures of any camera I own. I have another E3 still in the package that I'm afraid to even open. Please tell me you have an update coming that will fix this problem. This old crap about all moving night pictures are blurry, just is not true. I have over a dozen other cameras, mostly older than my E3, that take much clearer pictures, under the same conditions at night. If there is no fix coming soon, P I will sell all 3 Cuddebacks that I own. PLEASE REPLY

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    We are currently working on a firmware update that will help with motion blur on the IR and Black Flash cameras for the E&C series.

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