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Browning BTC 2 Recon Force 8.0MP Zero-Blur Game/Trail Camera

Browning BTC 2 Recon Force 8.0MP Zero-Blur Game/Trail Camera by


$113.14
At Walmart
on 4-8-2014
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Product Features
Primary Color: Multi-Color
Multi Pack Indicator: No
Battery Type: Alkaline
Model No.: BTC 2
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 5.45
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 12.0 x 8.5 x 2.95
Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
Origin of Components: Imported
Walmart No.: 551891478


Item Description
The Browning Trail Camera Force Recon is a handy way to capture video and images of animals in their natural habitat. Featuring a 65' flash range, it can capture clear, crisp pictures from a distance. Equipped with silent-image capture, timelapse and timelapse plus camera modes, this 8MP trail camera quietly captures images to prevent scaring away the animals. The camouflage case design allows it to be discreet among trees and leaves. With a 6' tree strap with a metal buckle, this outdoor trail camera is easy to attach to trees of varying sizes. This camera is powered by eight AA batteries, supports up to a 32 GB SD card and has a convenient USB port, making it easy to transfer photos to a computer. The Browning Trail Camera Force Recon is a handy way to capture video and images of animals in their natural habitat. Featuring a 65' flash range, it can capture clear, crisp pictures from a distance. Equipped with silent-image capture, timelapse and timelapse plus camera modes, this 8MP trail camera quietly captures images to prevent scaring away the animals. The camouflage case design allows it to be discreet among trees and leaves. With a 6' tree strap with a metal buckle, this outdoor trail camera is easy to attach to trees of varying sizes. This camera is powered by eight AA batteries, supports up to a 32 GB SD card and has a convenient USB port, making it easy to transfer photos to a computer.

What buyers are saying
Great performance, good pictures. Night pictures seemed more clear on 4 Mega Pixels than on 8. It was as if the IR illumination was too much for 8 MP and all you would see was a bright white figure with little detail at close range.