Just a couple weeks ago I made my first series of mock scrapes for the year and placed my Browning Trail Cameras on all of them using what I call the “30/30 setting”: Video mode set on 30 second clips with 30 sec delay). It didn't take long before the first mature buck found one in less than 24 hours of being made, and within a couple days they all started to heat up. I noticed one series of the three was showing more activity from a specific deer than the others. I knew right away this was a deer I wanted to target, but how was I going to be able to do so?
The Defender 850 has some unique features and technology that set it apart from the rest and that can take your deer hunting to the next level. Here are 3 features on the Defender 850 trail camera that will allow you to change the way you hunt this season.
We’re beginning to get some early fall temps and the taste of clean, cool air. The skies are beginning to look a little different and we are both beginning to feel a bit different. We are anticipating… Having found a new core bedding area via trail camera recon, we are now closing in on exactly how this section of property functions and we are stoked for the postseason and the chance to move cameras into this area and establish precise buck bedding locations.
For the best covert trail camera in the smallest case size, look no further than the 2017 Dark Ops Elite HD cameras from Browning. These cameras feature an invisible Infrared flash to ensure game or trespassers on your property do not detect the camera while it is capturing images or videos. The Sub Micro case size packs all the performance you would expect with 16MP picture quality, 1280 x 720 HD videos with sound, lightning fast 0.4 second trigger speeds, and superior battery life. New features include SD card management options and Smart IR video to keep recording game during the daytime.
1280 x 720 HD videos with sound (5 sec.- 2 min. length)
Invisible “Night Vision” Infrared LED illumination at night
80 ft. flash range
80 ft. detection range
Compact case size 4.5” x 3.25” x 2.5”
Timelapse camera mode plus IR triggered images
0.4 trigger speed
Long battery life on 6 AA Alkaline batteries (not included)
Up to 8 multi Shot images
Up to 8 Rapid Fire images
12 volt external power jack
TV out and USB port
Picture info bar displays: time, date, temperature, moon phase, barometric pressure, camera ID
Smart IR Video
SD Card management options
Programmable picture delay (5 sec. – 60 min.)
Support up to 512GB SDXC memory card (not included)
Includes Browning Buck Watch Timelapse viewer software
¼” -20 tripod socket
2017 Browning Trail Cameras Dark Ops HD 940Smart IR Video & SD Card Management