This might be worth a try for anyone with display problems. Bring it inside, open it up and let it air dry for a few days in a sunny window. I think I'll hit mine with the hair blower for a few minutes to see if that helps........ after having the cameras sittin in my garage for the past 2 weeks roughly both screens are actually readable (90%) which makes me think its a moisture problem that causes it.
Try putting it in a plastic zip lock bag with rice in it ,I did this to my daughters cell phone, which she dropped in the lake and it wouldnt work at all untill I put it in a bag of rice and two days later it worked as good as new ,Its worth a try !! :dizzy:This might be worth a try for anyone with display problems. Bring it inside, open it up and let it air dry for a few days in a sunny window. I think I'll hit mine with the hair blower for a few minutes to see if that helps..
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Grainy....nopeprobably because they take better pictures and are not so grainy.
I have 2 cameras. Got 1 in late June '07 the other a year later. I put my cameras out in late June and bring them in late Nov. About 5 months in the weather a year. The oldest is showing some fading, but no real trouble reading the screen...yet. The 1 purchased in '08 shows no fading. Hoping that the dry out period with rice clears up the problem. These have been good cameras for the money spent. Expect that the next generation of trail cameras will be better and cost even less.I just got one a couple weeks ago and plan on putting it out this weekend. I'm curious, you guys that have had problems, how long had they been in the field before they started to fade? A couple weeks, a month, a year?