Moultrie Cameras Go Cellular

Moultrie Mobile allows you to receive trail camera photos on your cell phone or tablet as soon as the camera snaps the photo.
Moultrie Cameras Go Cellular

Moultrie now offers a game-camera accessory that will send your mobile uploads from the field. The new Moultrie Mobile works with most 2015 and 2016 Moultrie cameras to send new images to your cell phone or tablet device. The modem uses Verizon’s cellular network to send the images. You can purchase a data plan directly through Moultrie and there is no contract, so you can sign up during the hunting season and cancel afterwards if you no longer have a need to receive photos from the field.

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The Moultrie Field Modem MV1 attaches to your camera via a data cable and routinely checks for new images at intervals set by the user. If the MV1 detects a new image or images it then sends a text or email to your phone or tablet alerting you that you have new photos to view. At that point you can view the images on your camera and download high-resolution images to your phone or computer. You can even adjust the camera settings from the comfort of your couch when using the free Moultrie Mobile app. The new MV1 modem cost $199 and can be purchased directly from Moultrie.

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Check out the Moultrie Mobile in action at Borrowed Acres — watch the video above.


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