The Browning Recon Strike Force HD 850 Series Trail Camera has made a name for itself in the hunting industry with its small size and high-performance. This trail camera features an incredible 0.4-second trigger speed and 0.8-second recovery to make sure you catch every moment. Enjoy the 16MP picture quality along with a high-performance video processor that produces incredible quality 1280 x 720 HD video clips with sound to see and hear every detail. The Strike Force 850 HD game camera also takes night pictures using Browning Trail Camera's "Zero Blur" technology which reduces motion-blur from wildlife in your pictures up to a range of 120-feet. Additional features include a Smart IR video detection system which allows the camera to continue recording video footage for up to 5 minutes during the daytime and up to 20 seconds at night when the game continues to move in front of the camera and the SD card has a "memory management" option to overwrite older images on the SD card if the memory is full. Last but certainly not least, the Strike Force HD 850 is designed to work with 512 GB SDXC memory cards to keep up with industry-defining advancements.
Highly Effective Camo Finish
1280 x 720 HD videos with audio
Smart IR Video Detection System
Long Battery Life from 6 AA Batteries
SD Card "Memory Management" Option
TV Out and USB Port (cords not included)
Accepts up to 512 GB SDXC memory cards
Red glow infrared emitters for improved night footage
Programmable Picture delay: 5, 10, 20, 30 sec. or 1, 5, 10, 30, 60 min.
Data Strip Displays: Time, Date, Temperature, Moon Phase & Camera ID
Buckwatch timelapse CD software included (does not work with Mac computers)
Detection Range: 80 feet
Rapid Fire Images: Up to 8
Battery Jack: External 12-Volt
Threaded Insert Size: 1/4" x 20
Battery Type: AA (lithium batteries recommended)
Video Length: 5 sec.- 2 min. (20-sec. max night videos)
This trail camera is very easy to use and takes great pictures. The trigger distance is well over 120 feet as I have found very interesting pictures of vehicles and people who think the camera won't catch them due to distance.
Bought this camera last fall and put it out right away. Awesome pictures and good quality. Took it down before the rifle season here in Wisconsin. Went to put it back out yesterday and it won’t turn on even after I changed batteries twice.