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Browning Recon Force Trail Camera
With the ability to take 8MP images, capture HD video clips with audio, and incredible 65' IR night illumination, the Recon Force is a maximum performance trail camera. Zero Blur technology provides top-quality images day or night.
  • Game camera
  • 8MP
  • Camo finish
  • Infrared LED illumination with 65' flash range
  • Records HD videos with audio (5-120 seconds)
  • Time lapse camera mode
  • Less than 1 second trigger time
  • Up to 8 multi shot images
  • Up to 6 rapid fire images
  • 12V external power jack
  • TV out
  • USB port
  • Picture info bar displays time, date, temperature, moon phase, camera ID
  • Programmable picture delay (5 seconds - 1 hour)
  • Support up to 32GB SD card (not included)
  • Includes Browning Buck Watch Timelapse viewer software
  • Long battery life from 8 AA batteries (not included)
  • Takes up to 10,000 pictures on 1 set of batteries
  • Made in China

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Eats batteries, creates blank files

By dink

from cohocton, ny

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      Comments about Browning Recon Force Trail Camera:

      This is my first use of trail cameras so maybe my issues are not abnormal. I bought two Browning cameras at the same time, a BTC 3 and BTC 1. Deer seem to be unfazed by the low glow LED's on the BTC 1. Some look at the red glow for a second or two, others couldn't care less. The BTC 3 is easier to set up because of the viewing screen. Although it has more LED's than the BTC 1 I think the BTC 1 has a longer range, go figure. I use both for videos only and the range is about 25-30' in daylight and 20-25' at night. The trigger time has got to be longer than 1 second at night as there are many slow moving deer well into the frame before the video has started and some where you just catch the body of one moving slowly out of the frame.
      The first problem is they both eat batteries. I record about 1-3 mins of videos in a 24 hour period and have to replace batteries every 7-10 days. The second problem is they both create blank files. There is nothing like bringing your cards home to find 8-40 files that have no content. When I contacted Browning, the tech. told me it's a SD card issue. This is not the case. I'm using 8 different cards, Sandisk, Kingston and PNY, class 4 and Extreme 10's. The problem occurs on all the cards. What I have found is when the batteries are fresh there are no blank files. When the batteries are around 53% I start getting the blanks. The weird thing is the last video on the card of me approaching the camera will be a good file. I've got $260 in these two and if I had to do it over again I would look elsewhere primarily because of Browning brushing me off. These may be fine for pictures but if you want videos, shop for something else. If you do buy one have some other stuff that uses AA batteries because your going to have a hundred in no time that still have 1.43 volts that will be good for something other than Browning trail cameras.

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