For the 2016 hunting season if you’re looking to hit a home run with your trail cameras, Browning Trail Cameras has taken its “best of the best” high-end cameras and made them even better.
For 2016, the Platinum Series Recon Force FHD trail cameras have been equipped with a series of new features. The first big change is the camouflage pattern has been made better by adding elements of branches and foliage to improve concealment. The design team took the easy-to-use set-up feature and made it more user-friendly by adding a 2-inch color monitor. This makes it easier to navigate the menu options while also allowing you to check images and videos in the field. One of the more overlooked uses of this feature is it’s easier to position your camera perfectly since the monitor will display a live feed of what the camera is seeing when your first turn on your camera.
Other than those improvements, the team at Browning Trail Cameras also looked looked at making the cameras smarter. New software packages deliver two new amazing features.
— The first is the new SD card memory-management software that allows users to always have access to the most current images and videos captured by their trail cameras. When turned on, this feature prompts the camera to overwrite the oldest images and/or videos on an SD card once it reaches its capacity and save the newest pictures and/or videos. This feature can come in handy when you might be away from your camera for an extended period, or when you make the simple mistake of forgetting to clear a full SD card before placing it back into your trail camera.
— There also is a new “smart” video recording system, that when turned on will allow the camera to continue recording for up to five minutes during daylight hours and twenty seconds at night as long as there is motion in front of the camera triggering the motion sensors. This new dynamic feature is designed to make sure that users don’t miss a minute of the action and can even give them access to another camera angle when self-filming hunts in the field.
Because of industry defining features like true 1080p HD video with sound and self-adjusting IR illumination, these cameras have established themselves as some of the best in the outdoor industry. With these new amazing features, these cameras have clearly established themselves as some of the best in the outdoor industry.
For more information regarding the new series of Browning Trail Cameras and the full line of trail cameras accessories, you can visit www.browningtrailcameras.com.
From Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine, the 2016 Whitetails Wall Calendar features the work of deer researchers Wayne Laroche and Charlie Alsheimer, who reveal the 2016 whitetail rut prediction, based on years of lunar cycle research. Utilize this deer moon phase calendar to find out which days the deer will be seeking and chasing so you can time the rut for the best time to hunt.