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Browning Trail Cameras Recon Force FHD Platinum w Color Screen Hunting Targets And Accessories
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- 10MP camera with 55-foot detection range and lightning fast 0.67-second trigger speed with Zero Blur technology
- 1920 x 1080 full HD videos with sound (5 seconds to 2 minutes)
- Infrared LED Illumination at night with 100-foot flash range and 20-second nighttime video
- Compact case measures 4 x 2.5 x 5 inches and includes built-in color display
- Detailed Browning camouflage pattern helps the camera blend in
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Ensure you're giving yourself the best shot at a trophy buck next season by doing your homework and scouting your property with a game camera that does more - the Browning Trail Cameras Recon Force FHD Platinum 10MP Game Camera. The camera features 55-foot detection range, low glow infrared illumination, and a speedy 0.67-second trigger speed so you end up with more of those crisp, clear images of wildlife, day or night. Timelapse Plus enables timelapse mode during the day and trail cam mode at night, while Smart IR video detection optimizes your full HD video capture. With the built-in color screen viewer, you can preview all of your media right from the field. This camera is light, compact, and can be hooked up to a 12-volt power jack or powered by 8 AA batteries (not included). Store all the data you need with a 32GB memory card (not included) and have an eye far afield when you can't be with the Browning Trail Cameras Recon Force FHD Platinum 10MP Game Camera.
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Finally did some testing by moving around in Camera's field of view several times. Camera failed to take pictures.
Return of camera to Outdoor-Experts through Amazon was denied because it was past 30-day window, by couple of days.
Window of return expired because:
1) Cameras weren't setup for first few days.
2) Week wasted assuming there was nothing for camera to take.
3) Another week wasted trying camera after reset and different SD card.
4) Another day lost testing camera with manual movements.
As for other camera hit & miss. Has captured wildlife, along with capturing nothing both Day & Night.
The second of two Browning Recon Force Cameras has now gone bad.
The second camera in last two days went crazy, taking pictures of nothing during both day time and night time.
In a 43 hour period, camera took 1,886 pictures.
Suggested New Title: Zero Chance
The first camera that went bad was sent in for repair, and repair sent back a replacement camera.
The replacement camera was mounted and movement test done. After aiming, a couple of movement pictures were triggered and checked.
After checking pictures, the pictures were deleted. Camera readied for taking pictures, showing normal count down delay.
-- Jumping forward couple of days --
Camera was power switch was moved to off, SD card removed, and another SD card put in, and Camera was turned On.
Camera would not power up. Repeated turning off, waiting, turning on, and waiting - along with pressing Mode and "E" buttons.
Camera was unmounted, battery pack pulled out, batteries removed from pack, new Lith-Ion batteries installed in pack, and pack put back in camera. Camera would still not power up. Battery pack was pulled out and put back in several times. Camera would still not power up.
8 AA battery pack's contacts were verified good with voltmeter.