Browning Spec Ops Full HD Series Trail Camera – 10MP

Browning Spec Ops Full HD Series Trail Camera – 10MP is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 5.
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The Special Ops trail camera features invisible “Night Vision” IR LED s for an effective flash that is virtually undetectable. Perfect for surveillance in the woods or outside of your home, the Spec Ops game camera has a 0.67-second trigger speed and a 70-foot flash range. The Browning® Spec Ops Full HD Series Trail Camera – 10MP is equipped with a stunning 1920 x 1080 Full HD video processor, so all your footage will be quality footage.

FEATURES:

  • Spec Ops trail camera
  • Compact case size: 5” x 4” x 2.5”
  • 1/4"-20 tripod socket
  • 1920 x 1080 full HD videos with sound
  • Time-lapse Plus camera mode
  • Up to 8 multi-shot images
  • Up to 8 rapid-fire images
  • 12 volt external power jack
  • TV out and USB port
  • Images display time, date, temperature, moon phase, barometric pressure, and camera ID
  • Supports up to 32GB SD card (not included)
  • Camo finish
  • Includes Browning Buck Watch Time-lapse viewer software
  • Model: BTC-8FHD


SPECS:

  • Resolution: 10MP
  • Trigger Speed: 0.67-second
  • Illumination Type: Invisible “Night Vision” Infrared LED
  • Illumination Range: 70 ft
  • Camera Delays: 5 seconds – 60 minutes
  • Video Length: 5 seconds - 2 minutes
  • Battery Power: (8) AA Alkaline batteries (not included)
  • Battery Life: Up to 10,000 pictures
  • Brand: Browning
  • Country of Origin: Imported

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Only camera I use worth every penny. You have to use energizer lithium batteries they are not cheap but neither is the camera. my browning cameras usually last all year I have had them take over 10,000 pictures on one set of batteries. Also recommend using a high quality sd card if you use the video for clear footage camera is over all a great camera I have used moultrie bushnell cuddy back and would grab my browning if I could only pick one. I own 6 browning spec ops and love them A+ camera
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great day pictures . Good = day pictures , easy yo use and night time are good for black and white .BAD= battery life is on the fast side for the camera .I like it all around but the primos cameras for the money smokes everything on the market .
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from More expensive is not always better!!! I normally do not write reviews but I dont want to see anyone else waste their money. I bought the camera last Winter. I could tell something was not right by how many few pictures I was getting, but ignored it do to being late into the season. Recently, I have been placing the camera over mineral and corn sites. The first time I checked the camera on the display it said I had roughly 600 pictures. Got home...nothing on the Sd card. Reformatted the SD tried it in a cheaper camera, worked fine. Next time I set it on ULTRA mode on video. Took 15 videos awesome during the day, gray at night no good, I could not even tell what the deer were. TODAY.... I went to check the camera after putting brand new batteries in it three days ago. The bait was gone and so was the mineral... CAMERA WAS DEAD!!!! No pictures on SD card. I forgot to mention I purchased A expensive 32gb sd card for the videos so its not that. I am thinking about just chalking this one up as a lost. Such a shame that browning puts there name on something of such poor quality. I guess I will just stick to my wildgame cameras they do the job for the price
Date published: 2016-09-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Camera does not work I purchased the camera in April and used it about 6 times until September when I had enough. I properly set up the camera and mounted it. When I checked it all I viewed on the camera were pictures of me setting it up. I called the company responsible for making the camera and putting Brownings name on it. They told me the camera will only work with three brands of SD cards. Then those cards have to have specific speeds of downloading and specific amounts of storage. None of this was specified on the packaging nor the website it was purchased from.So out to the store again to buy another SD card for $20. Now Im up to about $160. Tried the new card I was told to buy, still the same issue. I called the company back and told them what was happening. They told me to send it to them, I had to pay for shipping. Again another $10 so now Im up to $170 if I send it in. I told them I spent enough for a camera that does not work and I don't want it anymore, I wanted my money back. No good, I had to send it back. Still waiting to hear from a supervisor who was supposed to call me back last week and never did. I called Browning who told me that they were not responsible, they only put their name on the camera which is made by someone else. DO NOT BUY THIS CAMERA, IT DOES NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY!!
Date published: 2016-09-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Nice looking camera, not great results Bought this on Labour day in store for $130Tried it that evening...I know it is configured correctly, checked instructions, checked online...End result, daylight everything is pink, night time the photos are, erm, well, not really photosIf you can spot the raccoon then you are doing better than I am.No joke, the raccoon raided next door's garbage, it was eating a jar of peanut butter, for 35 minutes, ALL I got was six photos of complete blackness like this.The next morning the Florida Cranes arrived, so re-angled camera and set to video mode...Nice bright day, what can go wrong?
Date published: 2016-09-06
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