It is well worth the money because of the picture quality and configuration settings. It takes a little trial and error to figure out the proper delay settings. The great thing is the test mode, so you can check out the settings and locations. The night vision is above average and the housing is rugged and waterproof. It takes 8 AA batteries so I plan to get a solar external power source to supplement the batteries.
Pros: Multiple resolutions settings (for both day and night), excellent picture quality, video capture, handles 512 Gb SD cards, motion detection delays, good range on motion detection, test mode, video and picture review on the camera.
Cons: More costly than some other trail cameras