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A Trail Camera Review

Old 07-28-2017, 05:40 PM
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Default A Trail Camera Review

I purchased a Browning Strike Force HD Elite 10MP trail camera in August, 2016 from Cabalaís for $99.99. I set it up immediately one of my food plots and it has remained there for the last year. Itís protected from direct sunlight and rain because it sits in a three sided plywood box attached to a three-foot stake.

Iíve used it for triggered still shots, videos, and time-lapse pictures and it has yet to give me any problems. Picture quality, day and night has been excellent. Trigger speed and distance sensing are very good. Battery life (six double Aís) is amazing.

When set to time-lapse with pictures one minute apart - dawn to dusk, a new set of batteries will last 14 days and produce a little over 2,500 pictures.

Here's one of the time-lapse pictures from that camera.

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