Remote Access Cuddelink – Cuddeback Changes the Trail Camera Game
Trail cameras have revolutionized the hunting industry by providing a way to track elusive and nocturnal bucks. However, the technology behind trail cameras has remained relatively unchanged for over 25 years. That is until Cuddeback, a leading manufacturer of trail cameras, introduced a game-changing innovation.
Cuddeback’s new trail camera, called CuddeLink, allows for remote access to multiple cameras from a single device. This means hunters can now monitor multiple locations at once,
without the need to physically check each camera. The cameras are also equipped with an advanced motion sensor, ensuring that only relevant footage is captured.
CuddeLink is quickly becoming the go-to choice for hunters who demand the most reliable and efficient trail cameras on the market. With this new technology, hunters can now spend less time checking cameras and more time focusing on the hunt.
Cuddeback Trail Cameras
Cuddeback, one of the original trail camera companies, is introducing CuddeLink, a new technology that allows hunters to check all the trail cameras on a hunting property from one camera – with no data plan or additional costs. CuddeLink uses a radio signal to allow each camera to reach out to nearby CuddeLink-capable cameras and pull images to whichever camera a hunter desires. The system is designed to work with multiple cameras and doesn’t require hunters to purchase data plans. Up to 16 cameras can be operated in a CuddeLink chain.
The heart of the CuddeLink system is the new Cuddeback Dual Flash Trail Camera, Model 1361. This camera allows hunters to choose either IR Flash or Black Flash with a simple setting change. It features Cuddeback’s legendary ¼-second trigger speed; 20 MP hi-res pictures; video, burst and time-lapse modes; and the company’s unmatched 5.2.1 warranty. To make a Dual Flash camera work on the CuddeLink system, simply install a Cuddeback CuddeLink CL-CAP (sold separately).
Cuddeback Dual Flash cameras and CuddeLink CL-CAP transmitters are available now. A cellular-based option and a Web-based option will also be available later this year. A cell-based option will allow the images from an entire CuddeLink chain to be sent to any cellular device, while the internet option will provide flexibility for those who can hook up their home camera to the internet. Cuddeback is dedicated to producing products with no compromises and is excited to bring the CuddeLink system to hunters.
Cuddeback, founded in 1989, is the oldest trail camera company in the world. Their focus on performance, durability, innovation and price has set them apart from other companies that dabble in trail cameras. All Cuddeback cameras are designed by hunters who understand hunting and scouting, and their goal is to capture every animal, not just those standing still. To achieve this, they use state-of-the-art electronics that ensure an industry-leading 1/4-second trigger speed.