Thanks. This is the first year I placed a camera elevated like this. Compared to my typical just above the knee placement, the deer don't pay any attention to it at all. The first two weeks I had it set on 30 second video clips to see reaction, not one single deer(or any other critter) out of 200+ triggers spooked or looked at it, day time or night time(I.R). I was rather surprised, I typically get some kind of attension directed at my cams. I have to stand on my tip toes to swap cards. I'd say the angle is 45 give or take degrees. The tree has a natural bend and I put a stick behind the camera to help point it down.
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