Thursday, January 11, 2018

Moultrie Panoramic 150 Review

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Moultrie Panoramic 150 is the only camera on the market that offers a panoramic photo. So you don’t need now to mount three separate cameras to cover all that wide area, this cam will do all the work. It captures three images and then combines them into one. This is no doubt the future of all trail cameras. This might not be the best camera on the market, but in its price range it’s definitely one of the top cameras to consider. Its reasonable price makes it a great trail camera for hunters who are not ready to shell out a ton of cash. This MOULTRIE PANORAMIC 150 GAME CAMERA review will take a look at all the features of this cam, how it works, the quality of images and the life of the batteries.
Detection Circuit

One of the main benefits of this trail camera is its detection circuit. It offers incredible width and significant length. The camera features three Passive Infrared Sensors (PIR). Each of them covers a 50-degree detection zone. So you get in total of 150 degree detection range. It comes with a silent swivel that rotates the camera lens in the direction that the motion is detected.

The motion sensors are able to detect any motion within 45 feet. But the camera is also equipped with 30 LEDs for capturing the images at night. Its detection range goes to as far as 100 feet. Additionally, Moultrie Panoramic 150 is designed with No Glow technology that makes the camera minimally intrusive and almost invisible to the human or animal eye.

To increase the battery life of the unit you can choose the 1 shot mode that works by capturing only one image in whichever zone motion was detected. Each of the sensors will work independently and just the lens will pivot in the direction of the motion. So you can capture the image of the animal in any of three directions.

In addition to photos the camera can also record 720p videos at any time of day, both day and night.
Trigger Speed

The Panoramic 150 is armed with a 1 second trigger time. So it quickly captures anything in its path. The recovery time can be adjusted to suit your needs. It can range from anywhere between 5 seconds to 60 minutes. So if the camera is located in a high traffic situation, selection a longer motion detect delay will help to save battery life as well as storage space.
No Glow Technology

This feature is extremely helpful for keeping the camera as less intrusive as possible. This technology uses infrared flash, but it emits minimum of red light. So the camera stays virtually invisible to both humans and animals.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

A Fix-and-Flip Business-Buying Checklist

One alternative to starting a business from scratch is to buy an existing business and turn it around -- a method that may help you redefine your own thoughts of what a "startup" could be.

The past few years have been very profitable for entrepreneurs with an eye for turning around existing -- but underperforming -- operations, limiting their own risk while leveraging resources that already exist in the business.

Business-for-sale transactions increased in 2012, according to business brokers surveyed by, the online marketplace for buying or selling small businesses, and they expect even more businesses to change hands next year. Nearly two-thirds (61 percent) of survey espondents said that there was an increase in business succession in 2012 and about 57 percent forecast a continued rise next year.

Friday, April 7, 2017

10 Questions to Ask Before Selling Your Business

If you’re thinking about selling your business, think twice. Selling a business should never be a spur-of-the-moment decision, says Curtis Kroeker, group general manager for San Francisco-based and, business-for-sale marketplaces that have an inventory of about 40,000 businesses. "You need to figure out things like if you should sell, when is the best time to sell, and what you need to consider before selling, among many other considerations."

So, should you sell your business? Here are 10 key questions to help you figure it out.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Start Now to Prepare to Sell Your Business This Year

If so, here’s some good and bad news.

First, the bad news. If you’re looking to sell right away, you probably won’t get full value, as it takes a good year of preparation to sell before you actually put your company on the market.

The good news? A lot of businesses have changed hands in the past several years, and there’s a fair amount of money sitting on the sidelines looking for good deals.

Plus, if you actually take the time to prepare your company for a sale, you’ll more than likely jump to the top of a buyers’ short list, simply because most sellers don’t do the proper “prep work” to make the sales process easy and transparent.
So how can you best set yourself up to win when you sell your company? Here are some tips to get you headed in the right direction to receive the best value for your company by the end of the year.