Browning Strike Force Trail Camera

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posted on May 2, 2014
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undefinedPerhaps the smallest trail camera in the industry, the Strike Force Sub Micro Series is Browning's latest in a line of proven game cameras. Within the 4.5-inch housing is a camera capable of capturing color images up to 10 MP and HD video clips up to 2 minutes with sound. For nighttime critters, the Browning Strike Force features its “Zero Blur” technology with nighttime IR illumination effective at up to 100 feet. Trigger speeds are lightning fast at .67 second. Multiple camera mode options can be easily changed from basic single and multi-shot images with adjustable time delays in the Trail Cam mode, to time-lapse settings for viewing all activity over a given area, such as a food plot, in the Timelapse mode.

Browning includes its Buck Watch Timelapse Viewer Plus software, which you will need to install on a computer in order to play back time-lapse video files. A free copy of the software is also available for download on the Browning Trail Cameras website.

The Browning Strike Force trail camera comes with a heavy duty mounting strap and a 1-year warranty.

Check our “Field Test” blog in the coming months, as we will be testing this camera and others on our hunting properties.

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