Browning Strike Force 10 MP Review
Browning has outdone themselves with the Strike Force game camera. Coated in a visually appealing design which also serves as effective camouflage, nature can be captured in its purest and most undisturbed form, in either video or photo. Videos are of a high definition quality, and can range from five seconds to about two minutes in a single shoot. Photos are lightning fast, with a very quick trigger time. All of this accomplished for a modest price!
- HD videos with sound (5 sec.- 2 min. length)
- 100+ foot flash range Camo finish
- Time lapse camera mode
- 0.67 second trigger speed
- Camera takes up to 10,000 pictures on 6 AA batteries
- Up to 8 multi Shot images
- Up to 6 Rapid Fire images
- 12 volt external power jack TV out and USB port
- Picture info bar displays: time, date, temperature, moon phase, camera ID
- Programmable picture delay (5 sec. – 60 min.)
- Support up to 32GB SD card (not included)
- Buttons are very close together
- Latches can break easily
Check out this sample photo:
This is what a couple of owners have to say:
This is a nice small package, but to get this small you sacrifice a viewing screen. This means you have to remove the chip and view on your computer later as opposed to viewing on the spot…
Nice Camera. Works perfect. Took 250 30 second videos (mostly at night) over 3 week period and still has 55% battery. 2nd camera took 140 videos and has 75% battery left. Much prefer to the Primos Cam 45’s…
The Browning Strike Force Sub Micro 10MP Game Camera is a fantastic purchase for any and all applications, as we’ve come to expect from Browning. Able to take photos and record video, this motion-triggered camera has a range of about one hundred feet. It also runs on eight double A batteries, and with quite a long battery life, the chances of fantastic opportunities slipping by are minimal. It does come with drawbacks, however.
The biggest complaint about this trail cam is that the latches can break easily. Browning has been great as far as sending out replacements, but it can still be an annoyance and cost you time in the field. A bit more minor of a concern is the fact that some of the control buttons are really close together. As a person with large fingers, I have had some programming issues!
When you factor in the price, it is really hard to find faults with this trail camera. Browning has done a fantastic job for a lower price and I think you’ll be really pleased with your purchase!