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    Browning Command Ops Trail Camera

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    Product Description

    The Command Ops series of cameras deliver big performance in a small package. The crisp 8MP picture resolution of the Browning Command Ops Trail Camera ensures the very best quality pictures of your game, day or night. With fast 0.67 second trigger speeds, you are sure to capture anything that steps out in front of your camera. The Command Ops series also features 720p HD video with sound, to capture the best video of game on your property.


    • 8MP
    • HD videos with sound (5 sec.- 2 min. length)
    • Infrared LED illumination at night
    • 60 ft. flash range
    • 55 ft. detection range
    • Compact case size 5” x 4” x 2.5”
    • Timelapse Plus camera mode
    • Lightning fast 0.67 second trigger time
    • Long battery life from 8 AA batteries (not included)
    • Up to 8 multi Shot images
    • Up to 4 Rapid Fire images
    • 12 volt external power jack
    • TV out and USB port
    • Support up to 32GB SD card (not included)
    • ¼”-20 tripod socket
    • Picture info bar displays: time, date, temperature, moon phase, camera ID
    • Programmable picture delay (5 sec. – 60 min.)
    • Includes Browning Buck Watch Timelapse viewer software
    • SD card management feature

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