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Preacher
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It seems like I have a ghost deer running on my place
Lots of years with game cameras on this place and never seen anything like this ..
I doubt the camera could take two photo's on top of each other, other than that...
-No clue......


gambleone
Reply with quote  #2 
Preacher,
This is a deer that looks bullet proof.
j_22250
Reply with quote  #3 
i think maybe she had some unfinished buisness. that's an awsome pic. you should send it TAPS and have them analyize the footage.
Apache
Reply with quote  #4 
Kinda reminds me of a predator (as in the movie AvP ) de-cloaking!!!

Might wanta be careful out huntin this year!!! You could be the prey!!! LOL!
watercam
Reply with quote  #5 
The properly exposed daylight background has been superimposed with a night shot of the deer. Look at the eyes.
Preacher
Reply with quote  #6 
She couldn't have tripped the flash that far away, so that don't work....
Any other ideas ??
watercam
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I believe the flash did go off. I'm a cameraman by trade. If you look at the glowing eyes and the well exposed white underbelly they are the classic look of a flash pointed directly from the camera to the subject at night.
Preacher
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OK then, if it did trip how did it happen to double expose-- none of my 6 game cameras have ever done that before....
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