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Browning Recon Force Advantage 20MP Trail Camera

Item# 252-BTC 7A-AF | Model# BTC 7A | Added on March 15, 2018 |
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Browning Recon Force Advantage 20MP Trail Camera
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Brownings Recon Force Advantage 20MP Trail Camera keeps watch day and night, providing you with the hard evidence you need to formulate a plan. 20MP images and 1920x1080 full-HD video with sound that can be recorded at either 30 or 60 fps ensure exceptional quality, while an adjustable detection range up to 80 ft. means you dont have to set it up right on top of where the deer are moving. Adjustable IR flash modes optimize picture control at night. Preview camera positioning and check images in the field using the built-in 2 color display. Infrared flash illuminates wildlife out to 120 ft. Smart IR video continues recording footage of moving game. SD-card memory management option overwrites older images on the card when memory reaches full capacity. Supports up to a 512GB SDXC card (not included). Fast trigger speed can be adjusted between 0.4 and 0.7 seconds and pairs with a speedy 0.6-second recovery time to ensure full-frame images. Camera takes up to eight multishot or Rapid Fire pictures and has delay settings ranging from one second to 60 minutes. You can program each image with a data strip, including time, date, temperature, moon phase and camera ID. Threaded 1/4-20 insert on bottom of camera for tripod mounting. Compatible with Browning BuckWatch Timelapse Viewer software. Powered by eight AA batteries (not included), while a battery meter lets you know how much life is left whether you use alkaline or lithium. Camera equipped with TV out, USB port and 12-volt ... read more
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