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Browning BTC 3 Trail Spec Ops Camera, Camo

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  • 8 MP Game Camera
  • Camouflage with 50 Foot Illumination
  • Shoots HD video with Sound
  • Includes Buck Watch Time Lapse Software
  • Includes Time, Date, Temperature and Moon Phase on Every Image
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Product Description

Introducing the new Spec-Ops series of Browning trail cameras with Invisible Flash. The Spec-Ops trail camera is loaded with features to help you when scouting your favoring hunting spot. Powered by 8 AA batteries, this 8MP trail camera features incredible battery life, HD video with sound, while providing time, date, temperature and moon phase on every image. The camera also includes the Buck Watch Time-lapse software to assist when viewing images from the camera's time-lapse mode. With a 50 flash and the silent rapid fire feature (4 pictures in 2 seconds), the Spec-Ops camera shoots HD Video with sound, featuring night vision with invisible flash.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 1.2 x 8.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00A338E8Y
  • Item model number: BTC3
  • Batteries 8 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,020 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Worked very well and was dependable.
Tricolore10
Perhaps I have something misconfigured, but I don't think I'd consider buying a second one of these.
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Great daytime pictures and low battery drain.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on November 10, 2013
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This is a great all around trail camera. It performs a variety of tasks well and I am please with the purchase.

Hardware - 5/5 stars. (Solid build, small and light)
Picture Quality (Day) - 5/5 stars. (Excellent, wide-angle pictures)
Picture Quality (Night) - 3/5 stars. (Descent but grainy. Infrared flash is notorious for less than optimal image quality. This camera is no exception.)
Video Quality (Day or Night) - 4/5 stars. (To my surprise, very good video quality, even at night. Better than nighttime photographs.)
Battery Life - 3/5 stars. (Fairly short battery life: 1 Month on rechargeable batteries. I will use lithium for this model in the future)
"Covertness" - 5/5 stars. There was no evidence that the wildlife noticed the camera. I think the blackout glass worked wonders. It's size and camouflage also make it quite hard to see.

Takeaway: A great camera if you can't afford one of the top brands (i.e. Reconyx). It does not reach that level but is an excellent camera for the price. If you don't need the camera to be covert, the less expensive low glow model would probably suit your needs.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By DeRail on June 9, 2014
First of all, the only thing Browning about this camera appears to be the name. It isn't made by or for Browning, nor does Browning sell or distribute it. The only thing Browning seems to do is collect a fee for permitting Prometheus Group, the 'manufacturer' of record, to use the Browning name and logo on their product. So Browning joins a growing list of companies that make money by licensing their name and logo to other companies in order to fool the consumer into buying an unknown product while thinking there is a reputable name behind it.

Secondly, it isn't really an 8 megapixel camera. Buried in the specs at the back of the 'manual' is the admission that the Effective Pixels (their term) is really 1920x1080, which works out to 2,073,600 pixels. It's a 2 megapixel camera, folks. The 8 megapixel results are done by digital upscaling, with attendant loss of resolution and waste of space on the SD card. You can do the same thing on your PC, probably with much better results than the huge mediocre quality images that result when it's done by the camera. It's best to set the picture 'quality' setting to 2MP to mazimize both real image quality and SD card capacity and leave it at that.

Okay, this unit was purchased to replace/augment an older StealthCam. Compared to the StealthCam, it's really small and the camo works well, making it hard to see out in the woods. It takes AA cells in a slide out tray, while the Stealth took a wad of C cells. The battery indicator is crap, showing exhausted batteries with just a little use. The color screen really sucks the power making the battery voltage reading meaninless.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Douglas King on October 7, 2013
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This is my first trail camera so can't compare to others. I looked at a lot of specs & comments before choosing this one as a good level of spec+features for the price, and after using it for 2 weeks I think it's very good choice.

I ordered this camera from 17th St Camera and it arrived promptly but it did not work well. The sensor could not "see" anything more than about 20 ft away and the photo trigger was also erratic, it seemed to reprogram itself. Very frustrating. I called their 800 number and got a return authorization with no hassle. The replacement camera arrived in about a week or so and works very well.

This camera takes marvelously clear pics in all light conditions, and there is no detectable flash or noise. Very stealthy! This camera "sees" objects moving about 60ft away and with it set for 6 shot bursts, you get very clear pics of anything in the field of view. It is easy to set the field of view with the camera's built-in screen.

The 1-sec trigger time is a bit slow, when a person walks across the field of view the camera does not catch them until the are halfway gone. However if it catches a moving car, the photo is so clear that you can easily read license plates (in daytime) or see the faces of people in the cars.

The menu is kind of clunky and does not match the instruction manual. However with some common sense I got the camera working the way I wanted, and it works so well that we are very happy with it.

-DSK
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 11, 2013
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I can get about 90-120 pictures over a 8 day period on a set of batteries then they are dead. I would expect them to last longer and that I wouldn't have to keep replacing the batteries so often. I've tried changing settings, brand of batteries but all batteries I've tried are gone within 6-10 days. That makes this pretty useless if I have to go through so many batteries (24-32 AA's) in just a month.

Other than that, it takes decent pictures, but I've had some almost all black pictures at night.

Perhaps I have something misconfigured, but I don't think I'd consider buying a second one of these.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By dink on December 8, 2013
This is my first use of trail cameras so maybe my issues are not abnormal. I bought two Browning cameras at the same time, a BTC 3 and BTC 1. Deer seem to be unfazed by the low glow LED's on the BTC 1. Some look at the red glow for a second or two, others couldn't care less. The BTC 3 is easier to set up because of the viewing screen. Although the BTC 3 has more LED's than the BTC 1 I think the BTC 1 has a longer range, go figure. I use both for videos only and the range is about 25-30' in daylight and 20-25' at night. The trigger time has got to be longer than 1 second at night as there are many slow moving deer well into the frame before the video has started and some where you just catch the body of one moving slowly out of the frame.
The first problem is they both eat batteries. I record about 1-3 mins of videos in a 24 hour period and have to replace batteries every 7-10 days. The second problem is they both create blank files. By blank I mean a created, numbered file that has 0 content and when you try to open/play it, you get a blank screen and an error message. There is nothing like bringing your cards home to find 8-40 files that have no content. When I contacted Browning, the tech. told me it's a SD card issue. This is b.s., I'm using 8 different cards, Sandisk, Kingston and PNY, class 4's and Extreme 10's. The problem occurs on all the cards. What I have found is when the batteries are fresh there are no blank files. When the batteries are around 53% I start getting the blanks. The weird thing is, the last video on the card of me approaching the camera will be a good file. I've got $260 in these two and if I had to do it over again I would look elsewhere primarily because of Browning brushing me off. These may be fine for pictures but if you want videos, shop for something else.
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