Browning Command Ops-14 Trail Camera

Browning Command Ops-14 Trail Camera

Browning Command Ops-14 Trail Camera

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Browning Command Ops-14 Trail Camera

Browning Command Ops-14 Trail Camera

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Product Highlights

  • 14MP Resolution
  • PIR Motion Sensor — 55' Detection Range
  • 0.67-Sec Motion Trigger Speed
  • Infrared LED Flash with 60' Range
  • Timelapse Plus Shooting Mode
  • Up to 8 Images in Multi-Shot Mode
  • HD 720p Video with Audio
  • Records to SDHC Cards up to 32GB
  • Runs on 8 AA Batteries or External Power
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Capture photos and movies of wildlife or other people in the field using the Browning Command Ops-14 Trail Camera, which takes 14MP stills and records HD 1280x720p video with sound. The camera features a passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor with a 55' detection range and a fast 0.67-sec trigger speed for capturing images in response to subject movement.

Additionally, an infrared LED flash with a 60' range is invisible so as not to spook game. Timelapse Plus shooting mode captures images at pre-set intervals over a designated period of time, and Browning's supplied 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 mode and 4 in Rapid Fire mode — ensuring that you don't miss the action. Photos and videos are recorded to optional SDHC memory cards up to 32GB. The Command Ops Trail Camera runs on 8 AA batteries, which are available separately, 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 your television and a USB port for image transfer to your computer.

Motion Sensor
  • Passive infrared (PIR) sensor captures images in response to subject movement
  • 55' detection range
  • Fast 0.7-sec trigger speed
  • Picture delay programmable from 5.0 sec - 60 minutes
Video Recording
  • Records HD 1280 x 720p video with sound
  • Clips can range from 5.0 sec - 2.0 minutes in length
Lens
  • Angle of view: 45° horizontal, 30° vertical
Flash
  • Infrared LED flash with a 60' range is invisible so as not to spook game
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
  • Browning's supplied BuckWatch Timelapse Viewer Software for Windows enables you to see patterns and change over that period
  • Camera continues to work in motion-detection mode 24 h/day while time-lapse mode is selected, ensuring that you don't miss opportunities for image capture between time-lapse intervals
Continuous Shooting
  • Captures up to 8 images in Multi-Shot mode
  • Up to 4 images in Rapid Fire mode
Monitor
  • Data strip displays time, date, temperature, moon phase, and camera ID
  • By showing the moon phase, the 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 the moon
Memory
  • Photos and videos are recorded to optional SDHC memory cards up to 32GB
  • Camera includes SD card Memory Management option, which allows you to overwrite older images on the card if it's full
Power
  • Runs on 8 AA batteries, which are available separately
  • Can also be powered by optional external power supply connected to its 12V power jack
Connectivity
  • TV Out connector for viewing on a television screen
  • 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
  • Mounting strap included for attachment to tree or post
Durability
  • Water/weather-resistant design
UPC: 853149004756
In the Box
Browning Command Ops-14 Trail Camera
  • Buck Watch Timelapse Viewer Software CD
  • Mounting Strap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Browning BTC 4-14 specs

    Camera Type Trail / wildlife
    Photo Resolution Low Resolution: 2 MP
    Medium Resolution: 4 MP
    High Resolution: 8MP
    Ultra Resolution: 14MP
    Angle of View Angle of view: 45° horizontal, 30° vertical
    Sensor Motion Sensor: Passive infrared (PIR) with 0.7-sec trigger speed and 55' / 16.8 m detection range
    File Formats JPEG
    Delay Picture delay programmable from 5.0 sec - 60 minutes
    Exposure Modes Auto
    Burst Capability Up to 8 images in Multi-Shot mode
    Up to 4 images in Rapid Fire mode
    Interval Recording Yes, Timelapse Plus mode captures images at pre-set intervals from sunrise to sunset
    Selectable Intervals: 5.0, 10.0, 15.0, 30.0, and 60.0 sec and 1.0, 2.0, 5.0, 10.0, 30.0, and 60.0 minutes
    Built-in Flash Infrared LED flash
    Effective Flash Range 60' / 18.3 m
    Memory Card Type SDHC cards up to 32 GB (not included)
    Recording Formats AVI
    Video Recording Yes
    Video Resolution HD 1280 x 720p
    Video Clip Length 5.0 sec- 2.0 minutes
    Audio Recording Yes, with video
    Display Back-lit green screen for menu / settings
    Playback No
    Connectivity TV Out
    USB port
    System & Software Requirements Buck Watch Timelapse Viewer: Windows XP or later
    Operating/Storage Temperature Optimal Range: 30 to 75°F / -1.1 to 23.9°C
    Durability Water/weather-resistant
    Battery Type 8 x AA (not included)
    Power Adapter Optional external power supply connects to camera's 12 V jack
    Mount 1/4"-20 threaded hole for tripod or tree/post mount
    Dimensions 5.0 x 4.0 x 2.5" / 12.7 x 10.2 x 6.4 cm
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    Package Weight 1.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.213 x 5.512 x 2.913"

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