Browning Spec Ops Full HD Extreme Series Trail Camera

Browning Spec Ops Full HD Extreme Series Trail Camera

Browning Spec Ops Full HD Extreme Series Trail Camera

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Product Highlights

  • 20MP Resolution
  • PIR Motion Sensor: 80' Detection Range
  • 0.4-sec Motion Trigger Speed
  • Invisible Infrared Flash with 80' Range
  • 2" Color Viewing Screen
  • Timelapse Plus, Multi-Shot Modes
  • Full HD 1920 x 1080p Video with Sound
  • Records to SDXC Cards up to 512GB
  • Runs on 8 x AA Batteries or External Power
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Capture photos and movies of wildlife or other people in the field using the Browning Spec Ops Full HD Extreme Series Trail Camera, which takes 20MP stills and records HD 1920x1080p video with sound. The camera features a passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor with an 80' detection range and a fast 0.4-sec trigger speed for capturing images in response to subject movement.

The "Night Vision" invisible infrared LED flash offers Power Save, Long Range, and Fast Motion settings with a maximum range of 80'. Timelapse Plus shooting mode captures images at pre-set intervals over a designated period of time while still taking PIR-triggered shots, and Browning's BuckWatch Timelapse Viewer Software enables you to see patterns and change over that period. The camera is also capable of capturing up to 8 images in Multi-Shot or Rapid Fire modes, ensuring that you don't miss the action. Photos and videos are recorded to optional SDXC memory cards up to 512GB.

The Spec Ops Full HD Extreme Series runs on 8 user-supplied AA batteries, or on an optional external power supply connected to its 12V power jack. It's also configured with a TV Out connector for viewing on a monitor and a USB port for image transfer to your computer.

Motion Sensor
  • Passive infrared (PIR) sensor captures images in response to subject movement
  • 80' detection range
  • Fast 0.4-sec trigger speed
  • Picture delay programmable from 5 sec - 60 minutes
Photo Capture
  • 20MP image sensor
Video Recording
  • Full HD 1920 x 1080p video with sound
  • Clip length: 5.0 sec - 2.0 minutes
  • Smart IR video detection system allows camera to continue recording video for up to 5 minutes during daytime and up to 20 sec at night, as long as game continues to move in detection zone
Flash
  • Night Vision invisible infrared LED flash with 80' range
  • Power Save, Long Range, and Fast Motion settings
Interval Shooting
  • Timelapse Plus shooting mode captures images at pre-set intervals from sunrise to sunset
  • Selectable intervals are 5, 10, 15, 30, and 60 sec and 1, 2, 5, 10, 30, and 60 minutes
  • BuckWatch Timelapse Viewer Software included
Continuous Shooting
  • Up to 8 Images in Multi-Shot or Rapid Fire mode
Monitor
  • 2.0" color display for image preview and review
  • Data strip shows time, date, temperature, moon phase, and camera ID
  • By showing phase of moon, camera allows you to see which animals are inactive during full or nearly-full moon — when brighter lighting conditions make them more visible to predators. Moon phase also helps you determine if brighter or darker backgrounds in images are due to fullness of moon
Memory
  • Photos and videos recorded to optional SDXC cards up to 512 GB
  • SD card memory management option allows you to overwrite older images to make room for new ones if memory is full
Power
  • Runs on 8 AA batteries
  • 12V jack for optional external power supply
Connectivity
  • TV Out connector for viewing on monitor
  • USB port for image transfer to your computer
Mounting
  • 1/4"-20 threaded hole on bottom for connection to a tripod or tree/post mount
Security
  • Optional security box protects against impact and helps prevent theft
Durability
  • Water/weather-resistant design
UPC: 853149004749
In the Box
Browning Spec Ops Full HD Extreme Series Trail Camera
  • Mounting Strap
  • Timelapse Viewer Software
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Camera Type Trail / wildlife
    Imaging
    Resolution 20.0 MP
    Sensor Motion Sensor: Passive Infrared (PIR) with 80' / 24.4 m detection range and 0.4-sec trigger speed
    File Formats JPEG
    Optics
    Lens Angle of view not specified by manufacturer
    Focus Range Approx. 6.0' / 1.8 m to infinity
    Shooting Controls
    Exposure Modes Auto
    Burst Capability Up to 8 Images in Multi-Shot or Rapid Fire mode
    Delay Programmable Picture Delay: 5.0 sec - 60 minutes
    Interval Recording Timelapse Plus shooting mode captures images at pre-set intervals from sunrise to sunset
    Selectable Intervals: 5.0, 10, 15, 30, and 60 sec and 1.0, 2.0, 5.0, 10, 30, and 60 minutes
    Flash
    Built-in Flash Night Vision infrared LED flash
    Effective Flash Range 80' / 24.4 m
    Memory
    Memory Card Type SDXC cards up to 512 GB (not included)
    A/V Recording
    Recording Formats AVI
    Video Recording Yes
    Video Resolution Full HD 1920 x 1080p
    Video Clip Length 5.0 sec - 2.0 minutes
    Audio Recording Yes, with video
    Viewfinder/Display
    Display 2.0" / 5.1 cm color monitor for image preview and review
    Data Strip: Time, Date, Temperature, Moon Phase, Camera ID
    Playback Yes
    Connectivity/System Requirements
    Connectivity TV Out
    USB port
    System & Software Requirements BuckWatch Timelapse Viewer: Windows XP or later
    Environmental
    Operating/Storage Temperature Not specified by manufacturer
    Durability Water/weather-resistant
    Power
    Battery Type 8 x AAs (not included)
    Power Adapter 12 V jack for optional external power supply
    Physical
    Mount 1/4"-20 threaded hole on bottom for tripod or tree/post mount
    Dimensions 5.0 x 4.0 x 2.5" / 12.7 x 10.2 x 6.4 cm
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.55 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.1 x 5.2 x 3.8"
    Spec Ops Full HD Extreme Series Trail Camera is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 7.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Night performance is poor 20 megapixels... you'd think it might be great. During daylight its not bad. But the money shots are at night when the elusive creatures come out. The uploaded phot is one of the best I;ve gotten in a weeks use. The humming bird feeder is about 7 feet away from the camera. Can I recognize the raccoon? Yes, because of its markings.�The photo is worse than a 1930's box camera. Advertising of an IR camera should highlight its actual night performance. �This is just plain poor..
    Date published: 2017-12-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good trail camera although detection range is short of spec I owned the Moultrie M990i for several years and have tried two different Bushnell trail cameras (both of which I returned because the quality of the Bushnell photos is so horrible). I looked carefully at every single camera in the Browning line (they have several dozen) and was attracted to this camera for the following reasons: 1. Invisible flash. I sometimes use this as a security camera, and the flash must be invisible. 2. Flash range. I want to be able to see things at night that are 50-100 feet away. 3. Live screen. I want a screen which helps me point the camera, and I don't want to have to remove the card or connect via USB in order to view the photos or video I've taken. 4. I wanted reasonable image and video quality, although none of the under $400 trail cameras produce photos that are very good. Even modern cell phone cameras create photos that are infinitely better than most trail cameras. 5. I wanted really good detection range, and this promised 80 feet. Here is what I have found. Pros The infrared flash is invisible, and it covers a wide area. I am totally happy with this feature. The photos are adequate, but not stunning. Also, to all those who get this camera, or already own it, you are completely and totally wasting memory space if you choose either High or Ultra for your photo quality. Why? Well, unfortunately, like almost all trail cameras, Browning uses a really cheap low-res sensor, and then interpolates new pixels (up-res) to get to the higher resolution. I did extensive testing, and there is 0.00% difference (none, nada) between the medium setting and either the high or ultra. So, choose medium 8MP and you will be able to store a lot more images. Not wasting space is also important if you plan to archive these. There is no point wasting memory card or hard drive space for no reason. The video is also adequate, and the same exact statement I just made about photos also applies to the video, although in this case the choice is between 30 fps and 60 fps. The image quality is always 1920x1080. The 60 fps mode does provide smoother video, but for this application it really isn't needed and, once again, results in files that are unnecessarily large. Therefore, I will use the 30 fps mode. There is zero spatial quality improvement in the Ultra video quality mode. The menus are straightforward and easy to navigate. The build quality is the same as my older Moultrie and the two Brownings that I briefly owned. The unit comes with a battery pack. I like this because I can remove and replace the batteries without having to remove the entire camera from the tree. The Browning cameras did not have a removable battery pack. The battery pack hangs up a little after you press the release button, and it requires a pretty hard yank to get it out. Cons The detection range is NOT eighty feet. Not even close. I have tested all three cameras mentioned previously, using the exact same test location and camera position. The Bushnell camera I recently returned (Bushnell 14MP Trophy Cam HD Aggressor No Glow Trail Camera) had unbelievably good detection range, far better than any of the cameras I've tested, and far better than most reports from others about their camera. It might actually be the best on the market. However, its image quality was absolutely horrible, which is why I returned it. This camera can detect motion (me) up to about 50 feet, but has a very rapid fall off after that, not detecting me even once at 60 feet. It was not even close to making it to the published specification of 80 feet. The Bushnell got 100+ feet, almost double what this camera can do. I don't know yet whether this camera will suffer from false detection problems. This is a huge issue with trail cameras. My Moultrie M990i would often get into this mode, especially on hot days, where it would trigger almost every minute even with nothing in view, and even on a calm day (i.e., nothing in the field of view waving back and forth). If the camera's detection range was as good as advertised, I'd give it five stars. My rating is based on my knowledge about the trail camera state of the art at this price point, and not on what I think an ideal camera should be. This camera obviously has many limitations (such as the average photo quality), but all other under $400 trail cameras share this problem. If you have owned other trail cameras, and you understand how they work and understand their limitations, then I think you will be very happy with this camera.
    Date published: 2017-08-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Real good. Works perfectly Just stuck it outside a couple of times. During the day captured about every car passing (38) over 100 ft away. Couple of night shots. During night time detection distance not as far so I didn't catch any traffic. Default photo was 12mp. Might want to bump it up to 20mp. Moving branches trip the photos and at 100 ft they looked blocky at 12 mp. Set it on video, same thing with any movement, just the videos looked fantastic. Don't point it at the road or where tree branches move.
    Date published: 2017-12-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I would highly recommend this product to friend and family. I have had this product a little more than a week. The user's manual is clearly written and the menus for entering set-up options are easy to follow. The quality of still pictures and video are exceptional. The time-lapse plus feature is a great addition to this camera's capabilities. It is made well and of high quality.
    Date published: 2017-09-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Trail Camera This is my second trail camera. The Browning Spec Ops Extreme Trail Camera is far superior to my other trail camera, which is not a Browning. The ease of operation and the quality of the video is outstanding on the Browning. I would highly recommend this product!
    Date published: 2017-12-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Trail Cameras Easy to setup and seems to be very solid and tight. Daytime pictures are good, but night time pictures average. Have been searching trail cameras for long time, and still looking for the home run.
    Date published: 2017-07-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far looks great Easy to program, great images so far.
    Date published: 2017-08-18
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