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A dedicated camera designed to capture photos and videos of wildlife in a discreet manner, the Strike Force HD Trail Camera from Browning features a 10MP CMOS sensor that is capable of recording both still imagery and HD 1280 x 720 video. The integrated PIR motion sensor automatically triggers shooting with 0.67 seconds when a moving subject is detected within a 55' foot range, and when used at nighttime, the built-in infrared LED flash will clearly record subjects within a 100' range without spooking the wildlife. Combining the infrared illumination with a 1/20 sec. shutter speed, Zero Blur technology also helps to freeze moving subjects for greater clarity. Timelapse and Timelapse Plus modes can be used to set predefined shooting intervals throughout the day while Multi-Shot and Rapid Fire modes automatically record up to eight individual frames in quick succession to better ensure clear framing of moving subjects. The imaging components are housed within a compact casing that is covered with a camouflage pattern to blend into woods scenes for more inconspicuous shooting.
The Strike Force HD can record both video and photos onto an SD/SDHC memory card up to 32GB, and also features TV out and USB ports to help streamline offloading and playing back footage. It runs on either six AA batteries or via an external power source that can be connected using the 12V power jack. A 1/4"-20 mounting socket permits attaching to a tripod or other stand or, alternatively, a 6'-long nylon strap can also be used to attach the camera to a tree or other post.
10MP CMOS sensor records stills and HD 1280 x 720 videos
Video recording times can range from 5 seconds to 2 minutes
Built-in microphone records sound with movies
The built-in fixed-focus lens renders subjects in focus from 3' to infinity and has a 55° field of view
Zero Blur technology combines infrared illumination, a 1/20th sec. shutter speed, and apt processing speed to render subjects sharply without excessive movement
The infrared flash illuminates subjects at nighttime within a 100' range
Motion-activated PIR (passive infrared) sensor detects subjects within a 55' range
A 0.67-second triggering speed helps to ensure even fast-moving subjects are recorded
2.1-second picture recovery time
Timelapse mode captures images at preset intervals of 5, 10, 15, or 30 seconds, as well as 1, 2, or 5 minutes
Timelapse Plus mode uses the same interval settings with the addition of activating the motion sensor simultaneously to ensure not missing any subject movement
Interval settings can be applied within a specified duration of 2, 3, or 4 hours, which can be set to start recording just after sunset, prior to sunrise, or during the daytime
Multi-Shot mode will capture 1-8 frames in sequence when the camera is triggered, with 3 second intervals between frames
Rapid Fire mode capture up to 8 sequential frames with 0.3 second intervals
Programmable picture delay setting between 5 seconds and 60 minutes
A motion test aids in aiming the camera, and when motion is detected a red LED indicator will confirm motion is being detected within the frame
An information bar can be embedded onto the bottom of each frame, and will display the time, date, temperature in °F or °C, moon phase, and camera ID
Part of the Sub Micro Series, the camera is housed within a compact 4.5 x 3.25 x 2.5" case
Controls are backlit for easier programming in low-light conditions
Camouflage finish blends in to woods scenes
One SD or SDHC memory card, up to 32GB capacity, can be used to record imagery
Six AA batteries can be used as the internal power source or an external battery can be connected via the 12V power jack
Small text display can be used to configure and confirm camera settings
TV out and USB ports are incorporated into the design for easy playback
A 1/4"-20 mount is built into the bottom of the case for attaching to tripods or other threaded mounts
A 6'-long nylon strap is included for attaching to other surfaces, such as around a tree or fence post
Dedicated padlock hole and security cable loops for using optional locking means to secure the trail cam
The included Buck Watch Timelapse Viewer Plus software helps to manage the large amount of imagery that can be recorded by the trail cam by allowing for streamlined playback of a day's worth of content in only a few minutes. Single images can easily be located and saved and complete video files can be saved and exported for sharing. Single images can also be shown in a slideshow format. The software is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, or XP operating systems.
1-8 shots in quick succession when triggered
4-shot standard: 4 pictures spaced 3 sec apart
Rapid Fire: Up to 8 pictures spaced 0.3 sec apart
Programmable picture/video delay of 5, 10, 20 or 30 sec, or 1, 5, 10, 30 or 60 min in motion-detect mode
Time-lapse mode captures images at pre-set intervals of 5, 10, 15 or 30 sec, or 1, 2 or 5 min during daytime
Time-lapse Plus: time-lapse mode plus activation of motion sensor during both day and night
Time-lapse duration: sunrise to sunset or 2, 3 or 4 hr after sunrise and 2, 3 or 4 hr prior to sunset
Small text LCD screen showing following info: camera operation mode, number of photos or videos taken, number of photos or videos that can be captured with SD card, camera delay countdown, and battery life percentage