A week ago, I moved one of the cameras.
It had collected great photographs at one of the waterholes, but I noticed that the animals were a bit far away. In the event that it captured a large carnivore, I feared the resolution would be too poor to identify the individual. So I shifted the camera forward a few meters. This meant that I reduced the field of view, but I thought it was a worthwhile trade if it meant capturing a clearer image of a leopard.
I moved it just in time. Two days later, an adult female leopard came for a drink. The view from the opposing camera shows how the leopard’s path carries it straight past the camera’s new location.
Looks like I got that one just right.
There was only one problem: I forgot to turn the camera back on.