Hi All,

I have a few trailcams that I use for scouting deer here in Southern NH. The other day I was out setting up a Primos Truthcam 36 on a pretty busy game trail. I've photographed black bear, a bobcat and deer so far on this trail using another camera (Truthcam 60). I found a good tree to place the Truthcam36 on, but it would have poined towards the south and I've read online (I think at to avoid placing cameras pointing south. I ended up putting the camera.What's your experience in the field regarding to the direction of the camera? Have you ever mounted a camera facing southwards? did the sun rising in the southeast and setting in the southwest affect your pictures?

Please help

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.



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