First Look: Cuddeback's New CuddeLink Remote-Access System
Trail cameras are a great scouting tool. But if you check them often you're spending a lot of time in the woods leaving scent and making noise. The new CuddeLink Remote-Access System from Cuddeback offers a proprietary network in which the cameras send images to one camera and to you.
Trail cameras are a great scouting tool but if you check them too often, that can involve one obstacle that creates a bigger problem. The obstacle is it takes time to go check cameras, and with multiple cameras that's the bigger problem: you're in the woods leaving scent and making noise. One option to consider is the ability to have cameras that won't spook deer, be affordable and offer the ability to check them at home. That's what the new CuddeLink Remote Access System from Cuddeback offers. It's not cell or wi-fi; it's a proprietary, meshed network in which the cameras send images to one home camera and then to you. More than a dozen cameras work together to help you learn more about the deer, turkeys and other wildlife in your woods. D+DH Innovation Zone, First Look: Cuddeback's New CuddeLink Remote-Access System, Season 2 Episode 24.