The Combination Camera and Deer Feeder is a deer feeder with multiple integral game cameras.
Inventor Dustin A. Cottle of Cantonment, FL has created a deer feeder with multiple integral game cameras.
Over the years, modern advances in hunting equipment have enhanced the sport, providing hunters with increased success. Some devices such as game feeders increase the likelihood of animal activity upon a certain area of land. However, the hunter must be there to see it which is often not practical. Game cameras with remote monitoring capability can be used, but these cameras can only see 180 at best, leaving wide areas open that animals can use without detection. Multiple cameras can be used, but quickly become expensive and complicated to operate. Inventor Cottle was inspired to create the Combination Camera and Deer Feeder one day while at hunting camp. He forgot to fill his feeder and forgot to bring his tree mount camera. Thats when he realized he wanted to devise a feeder with cameras built in that would allow for more video coverage.
This clever new invention features 4 electronic game cameras that are positioned at 90 to one another so as to provide 360 coverage around the feeder. The invention alerts a user to animal activity around the feeder. It has a weatherproof enclose. Users can view images on a personal computer, tablet, or smart phone. The product is durable and long lasting. The use of the Combination Camera and Deer Feeder provides hunters an indispensable edge in hunting wild game, in a manner that is quick, easy, and effective.