A dedicated camera designed to capture photos and videos of wildlife in a discreet manner, the Strike Force HD Trail Camera from Browning features a 10MP CMOS sensor that may be capable of recording both still imagery and HD 1280 x 720 video. The integrated PIR motion sensor automatically triggers shooting with 0.67 seconds when a moving subject is detected within a 55′ foot range, and when used at the hours of darkness, the built-in infrared LED flash will clearly record subjects within a 100′ range without spooking the wildlife. Combining the infrared illumination with a 1/20 sec. shutter speed, Zero Blur technology also helps to freeze moving subjects for greater clarity. Timelapse and Timelapse Plus modes can be utilized to set predefined shooting intervals during the day at the same time as Multi-Shot and Rapid Fire modes automatically record up to eight individual frames in quick succession to better ensure clear framing of moving subjects. The imaging components are housed within a compact casing that may be covered with a camouflage pattern to blend into woods scenes for more inconspicuous shooting. The Strike Force HD can record both video and photos onto an SD/SDHC memory card up to 32GB, and also features TV out and USB ports to help streamline offloading and playing back footage. It runs on either six AA batteries or via an external power source that may be connected the use of the 12V power jack. A 1/4″-20 mounting socket permits attaching to a tripod or other stand or, on the other hand, a 6′-long nylon strap can be used to attach the camera to a tree or other post.
Lightning fast 0.67 second trigger time
100′ midnight flash range
1280 x 720 HD video
Zero Blur technology
Includes Browning Buck Watch time-lapse viewer software