Browning Strike Force review

e_smith06

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I purchased the Browning Strike Force camera a couple weeks ago and I can't say enough about this camera. Crystal clear day and night 10mp pics. Trigger speed is unmatched in it's price range, cuddeback and reconyx are faster but not by much. It takes day or night videos and has a time lapse function. It's the smallest camera on the market. It runs on 6 AA batteries. 2 year warranty and an 8 gig card included when you buy from trailcampro.com, and it comes in at $129. I highly recommend this camera.

I bought the $99 Browning cam last season and it took great pics for a few weeks, I stored it over the winter and put it out this year it was all out of focus and pics looked terrible. Well, Browning's customer service was excellent and they are sending me a free replacement right now.

Great products for the $$ and awesome customer service. I'm Browning for life now.
 

AndrewGore

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I bought two of them 3 weeks ago and I agree with everything you said. Its a great camera, better than some of the higher end cameras I have owned.
 

LadyHunter

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I am looking at getting a new one to replace some. How is it holding up over time with battery life? Did you purchase on line?
 

AndrewGore

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I'll have to get back with you on the batteries, i've only had mine for 3 weeks. I've got about 600 photos on each camera to this point. It has a really low resting draw, i'm expecting pretty decent battery life out of the 6AA batteries. Its running on alkaline batteries at this point but will switch it to lithiums when the temp starts to drop.
 

e_smith06

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The resting draw of the strike force is really low. My range ops (last years) camera lasted all season on 8 AA and the draw on the strike force is a little lower. I've gotten about 800 pics out of it and it's still at 95%
 

terry08

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After reading several reviews, think I will give the Browning a try. Everything I have read says customer service is fantastic. You can get a bad camera right out of the box with any camera. What I look for is customer service. Browning wins hands down in that department. I haven't made the purchase yet, but called them yesterday just to critique there service. The lady I spoke with really impressed me and assured me if I had a problem, I could expect a replacement ASAP. Can't ask for much more than that. I actually enjoyed talking with her, and she said they were glad I was checking them out before the purchase.
It's very rare to find a company who acts like they appreciate your business & wants every customer to be satisfied. No matter if you are buying one or 100.
 

Jhlawson80

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I might try one next year as well. I am a moultrie man myself but I would like to give the browning camera a try.
 

e_smith06

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Yeah the battery life surprised me. They claim 10,000 pics on 6AA batteries, seems about right. Like AndrewGore, I'll switch to lithiums when the temp comes down, but last year was really really cold and I didn't need to switch batteries.
 

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