Moultrie M1100i Review
You really haven’t seen the best of what Moultrie has to offer until you’ve had a chance to take a look at the Moultrie 1100i. This is pretty much the beast of their line. This could easily be the most advanced mini-camera available on the market. Offering 12 MP resolution and full 1080p HD video, this camera will bring a new level of clarity to your scouting. And that’s just scratching the surface! Compared to other trail cameras in its price range…the Moultrie 1100i has a lot going on!
- 12 MP
- Half second trigger speed
- Detection range of 50 ft., with 80 ft. of no-glow flash range
- Motion detect delay
- Full HD (1080p) Video
- Time Lapse Mode
- 2 inch color LCD screen
- Passive Infrared sensor is triggered by motion and heat
- Requires 8 AA batteries
- 12 volt external power compatible
- AC power option
- Wi-Fi memory card compatibility
- Realtree Xtra Camouflage
- Night photos can be dark (…obviously.)
Check out these sample photos:
This is what a couple of owners have to say:
Great camera and the set up was pretty simple. Only one complaint. Even though the camera delivers very clear photos, it will not illuminate game up to 80 feet away as advertised. After experimenting with this camera, so far I have been able to capture photos up to…
KW – Read The Full Review On Amazon
Good pictures when it is fully dark or fully daylight. However, at those “dusk” times, the camera seems to get stuck in the wrong mode of infra red lighting versus ambient light. As dawn approached (critical time when hunting) the camera will be taking B&W infra red pictures… gh8toes – Read The Full Review On Amazon
For a camera with so many features it relatively intuitive and straightforward to use. You may need to consult the manual here and there, but it doesn’t take long to figure out. The internal view screen is awesome and makes setting up a breeze. The combination of the Real Tree camouflage and the no glow infrared flash you aren’t going to spook anything away with this camera. It can be used for security applications as well. Add in the half second trigger time and there really is almost nothing you will miss with this trail camera.
I do my best to ensure that the reviews on here reflect both the good and bad of each of the trail cameras. The idea is to provide information to help aide in making a decision, not to sway any decisions. Different people have different needs and requirements and some find a camera to be terrible and others love it. With that said, I really don’t have anything negative to say about this camera at this juncture. (I will post an update if that changes).
I have had some reports of black pictures at night, though that is likely a defective camera and we all know sometimes these cameras are defective. Moultrie will replace it. The other thing to consider is that no glow night photos are a bit darker by definition. All in all, this flagship model from Moultrie does not disappoint. It’s got a ton of features and options. Check it out if you are looking for a solid trail camera that will last.