The Browning Range Ops game camera is the perfect camera for the hunter who expects a feature-rich camera without the hefty price tag. With 6 MP image resolution and a trigger speed that is under 1 second, you are sure to get a great picture of anything that walks in front of this camera. The 50' flash range allows for images of deer that skirt your corn pile, while the time, date, temperature and moon phase image tags allow you to see exactly when your deer are moving.
Powered by 8 AA batteries, the Range Ops features long battery life and affordable replacement. Coupled with 32 GB SD memory card compatibility, you can leave your camera out and your deer undisturbed, making sure your honey hole doesn't get too much pressure. The multi-shot mode will take up to 8 pictures at 3 second intervals. This is ideal for scouting during the rut, when a buck is following a hot doe. For those who prefer faster intervals, the rapid fire mode takes up to 4 pictures at 1/3 second intervals. Last, but not least, the time lapse mode will allow you to scout a food plot or field edge during the daylight hours, allowing you to see where and when deer are moving. Comes with mounting strap.
Resolution: 6 MP
Trigger Speed: .69 seconds
IR or Incandescent: IR
Flash Range: Up to 50'
Video: Yes, 5-120 seconds
Audio on Video: Yes
Memory Card Type: SD, SDHC*
Memory Card Size: Will accept up to 32 GB Card
Memory Card Included: No
Multi-shot:Yes, up to 8 shots
Programming Method: LCD Menu
Viewing Screen: No
Battery Type: 8 AA batteries
Batteries Included: No
Photo Stamping: Time & Date, Moon Phase, Temperature
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