Browning BTC 2 Trail Force Recon Review
The Browning BTC 2 is another offering from the trusted Browning brand. This camera is very user-friendly and boasts of functional features to make sure that you have a successful scouting experience.
- 8 mp
- HD videos with sound (5 sec.- 2 min. length)
- Camo finish
- Infrared LED illumination at night
- 100+ foot flash range
- Timelapse camera mode
- Operates on 8 AA Alkaline batteries
- Takes up to 10,000 pictures on 1 set of Alkaline batteries
- Up to 8 multi Shot images, up to 6 Rapid Fire images
- TV out and USB port
- Picture info bar displays: time, date, temperature, moon phase, camera ID
- Programmable picture delay (5 sec. – 60 min.)
- Includes Browning Buck Watch Timelapse viewer software
This trail camera is powered by eight AA batteries which allow you to take photos longer. You do not have to go your scouting area everyday just to change the batteries.
As mentioned, this camera is very easy to set up. If you have basic knowledge of electronic devices, then you can easily set up this camera without needing to keep on looking at the instruction manual.
The Browning BTC 2 boasts of a 65-foot flash range that takes photos of subjects, even those a little far away. It also has a multi-shot feature which captures four photos in two seconds.
One exciting feature of this camera is the Buck Watch Timelapse viewer which enables you to view timelapse images. It is a great option because you are able to view an entire day’s worth of video in just a few minutes. With this, you can quickly see the game activities in your area as well as establish and track wildlife patterns.
This camera also has an HD video with sound that produces exceptional quality and ultra-clear videos. Another feature is that this camera allows you to save and share single images or export video footages. The photos are also stamped with information like date, time, temperature and moon phase which helps you easily recall when the picture was taken and under what condition.
One of the biggest drawbacks with this device, is that the battery life is considerably shorther than in other models. If you are new to the world of trail cameras, I would suggest you look at the Moultrie 880 or 990, which have similar features to the BTC 2.
In conclusion, the Browning BTC 2 is an outstanding, versatile camera that will hold up even to the standards of those cameras that are more expensive. This trail camera will surely not give you any disappointment.