The Browning Recon Force Edge trail camera is widely recognised as having the best video recording quality available from any trail camera currently on the market, certainly within this price bracket. So if you’re looking to record & monitor wildlife or you’re looking for a portable security camera with fantastic HD video quality day & night, this Browning trail camera would be an excellent choice.
The Recon Force trail camera can be set to record video at full HD quality 1920 x 1080 and at 30fps or 60fps, far surpassing the frame rate (fps) rating of most other trail cameras on the market.
You can set the camera to record a video from anything between 5 seconds and 2 minutes in length and if the recording time ends but there is still movement within the sensor range then the camera will continue to record automatically, another fantastic feature of the Recon Force Edge!
Alongside the video the camera will record audio too.
Built in LCD Screen:
The built in 2″ screen allows you to set up the camera and/or playback recordings. It’s a forward facing screen so you can see exactly what you have the camera aiming at, this makes positioning nice and easy.
Trigger Speed & Recovery Time:
The Browning Recon Force has a 0.4 – 0.7 second adjustable trigger speed and a super fast 0.6 second recovery time between recordings. This quick recovery time means that, for the video editors out there, you can stitch together back to back recordings almost seamlessly.
Adjustable Detection Range & Adjustable Infrared:
This Browning Recon Force Edge trail camera has a detection / sensor range of between 55 and 80 feet (adjustable). It also has 3 different infrared settings. These two features allow you to obtain the best possible recording results.
The infrared on the Browning Recon Force Edge is low glow, if you require no glow then opt for the Browning Spec Ops Edge instead. It’s exactly the same camera but with no glow infrared leds. Please note the low glow infrared of the Recon Force offers a little more night vision range than the no glow of the Spec Ops.
You’ll be asked which of the two models you would like on this web page before you add to your basket.
What else do I need?
You will need batteries (8 x AA) and we strongly recommend using Energizer Ultimate Lithium with the Browning Recon Force trail camera. If you would prefer to use rechargeable batteries then please use the Panasonic Eneloop Pro 2500mA rechargeable AA.
You will also need an SD card and the Recon Force can support up to 512G SDXC cards, so a massive amount of storage space! Having said that the camera will work fine with 64G, 128G etc and that’s usually more than enough space for most users.
2” Color Viewing Screen
120 ft. Flash Range
Adjustable IR Flash (Power Save, Long Range, Fast Motion)
Fast 0.4 ‐0.7 Second Adjustable Trigger Speeds
Adjustable Detection Range up to 80 ft.
Super Quick 0.6 Second Recovery Time Between Images
SD Card Management Option
1920 x 1080 FHD Videos with Sound (5 sec.‐ 2 min. Length)
Supports up to 512GB SDXC Memory Card (Not Included)
Highly Effective Camo Finish
Battery Meter Functions with Alkaline and Lithium Batteries
Infrared LED Illumination at Night
Compact Case Size 5” x 4” x 2.5”
Timelapse Plus Camera Mode, with Infrared Triggered Pictures
Long Battery Life from 8 AA Batteries (Not Included – Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA recommended)
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, Camera ID
Programmable Picture Delay (1 sec. – 60 min. Length)
1⁄4” ‐20 Tripod Socket