Browning Strike Force Pro X Trail Camera

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The Browning Strike Force Pro X Camera comes with a 20 MP camera that captures 1600 x 900 HD+ video with sound. With lightning fast 0.2-second trigger speeds, the camera is also capable of capturing up to 8 images in Multi-Shot mode and 8 in Rapid Fire mode ensuring that you don't miss the action. The Strike Force HD camera also takes night pictures using Illuma-Smart technology which eliminates motion blur from the game in your pictures at a range of 120 feet at night.

The camera features Timelapse Plus shooting mode that captures images at pre-set intervals over a designated period of time and is stored on a user-supplied SDXC card up to 512GB. The Strike Force Camera runs on 6 AA batteries, which are available separately, or on an optional external power supply connected to its 12V power jack.
  • Resolution: 20 MP
  • Trigger Speed: 0.2 Seconds
  • 0.6 Second Recovery Time
  • Adjustable Infrared LED Illumination
  • 1600 x 900 HD+ Video with Audio
  • Flash Range 120'
  • Detection Range 80'
  • Timelapse Plus Camera Mode
  • - with IR Triggered Images
  • Multi Shot Images: Up to 8
  • Rapid Fire Images: Up to 8
  • Illuma-Smart Technology
  • 1.5" Color Screen
  • Smart IR Video
  • Picture Info Bar Displays: Time/Date/Temp/Moon Phase/Camera ID
  • Programmable Picture Delay (1 sec - 60 min)
  • Supports Up To: 512GB SDXC Cards
  • SD Card Management
  • Operates on 6 AA Batteries
  • 1/4" -20 Tripod Socket
  • 12 Volt External Power Jack

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Grteat Overall Camera
Great quality, wonderful nighttime photos,
nice sturdy housing. I have another one on order..
November 9, 2019
6 months ago
Awesome camera
Finally I caught my neighbor antagonizing my dogs this is an awesome device thank you animal control for letting me know
August 7, 2019
8 months ago