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SKU WV-BR-BTC-7E-4K

Browning Recon Force Edge 4K

The highest photo and video quality of any trail camera! new 2020 Recon Force Edge 4K true 4K UHD video, 32MP images, 0.4 sec trigger speed and now a timer!

  • WAS £229.99
  • £224.99

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The professionals Favourite! If you really want the best quality video of any trail camera on the market then you should seriously consider the new 2020 Recon Force 4K EDGE (Low Glow) camera features true 4K UHD video recording @ 30 fps., as well as the ability to capture images up to 32MP.


This camera also includes adjustable detection ranges from 55ft.- 80 ft., along with 2 adjustable IR flash modes for optimum picture control at night. To help you view images and videos in the field, the Recon Force 4K has a built in 2 inch color display. Additional features include Smart IR video, which continues to record video footage while game is moving in front of the camera and SD card management options which allow you to overwrite older images on the SD card if the memory is full. The Recon Force 4K EDGE is also compatible with up to 512 GB SDXC memory cards. 


Photo and video examples from this camera



  
 
 
Camera Features:


  • 32 MP
  • Video Options: 4K UHD, 1080p@60fps, 1080p@30fps with Sound

  • Adjustable Trigger Speed: (0.4 - 0.7 Seconds)
  • 0.6 Second Recovery Time Between Images
  • 2” Color Viewing Screen
  • 100 ft. Flash Range
  • Adjustable Detection Range up to 80 ft.
  • Adjustable IR Flash ( Power Save, Long Range)
  • Illuma-Smart Technology Automatically adjusts IR Flash for Perfect Night Photos
  • SD Card Management Options
  • Long battery Life from 8 AA Batteries (Energiser Ultimate Lithium recommended)
  • Up to 8 Multi Shot Images
  • Up to 8 Rapid Fire Images
  • Smart IR Video
  • Programmable Picture Delay (1 sec. – 60 min.)
  • 44degree Field of View
  • Picture info bar displays: Time, Date, Temperature, Moon Phase, Camera ID
  • 12 volt External Power Jack
  • Supports up to 512GB SDXC Memory Card (not included)
  • NOTE: Do not use Sandisk Ultra or Extreme SD cards with a write speed of 120MB/S and higher, there is a known compatibility issue with Browning and Bushnell trail cameras 
  • Battery Meter Functions with Alkaline and Lithium Batteries
  • ¼” -20 Tripod Socket
  • Compact Case Size 5” x 4” x 2.5”
  • Timelapse Plus Camera Mode, with Infrared Triggered Pictures
  • Built in Metal Tree Bracket
  • USB Port
  • Picture info bar displays: Time, Date, Temperature, Moon Phase, Camera ID
  • Compatible with Browning Buck Watch Timelapse Viewer Software 
  • 2 Year warranty when bought from Wild View Cameras

Package includes:
  • Browning Camera - Camo colour
  • Tree/post strap
  • Instruction manual
  • Wild View Cameras Wildlife Camera setup guide
Country of Origin: Thailand


12 reviews posted



Katie Richards
20 Jan 2021
Good points:
Good pictures, easy to use
Bad points:
nothing significant
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Kevin Green
05 Mar 2021
Good points:
Great still photos and videos both day and night. Works fine on 2900mAh nimh rechargeables but only using in my garden at present so easy recharge as required. Was worried about startling fox which comes through my garden at night with the lo-glo leds (rather than no-glo), but got it on video walks right past camera without looking at it.
Good for monitoring bird activity around new pond also
Bad points:
Faster trigger for video would be useful, but no complaint
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Florin Feneru
06 Mar 2021
Good points:
Sturdy and reliable camera, made of good materials.
Very good image quality.
4k allows cropping in editing software, for creative edits.
Easy to set up and use.
Bad points:
Reviewer left no comment
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Reginster Philippe
10 Nov 2020
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John Wainman
15 Feb 2021
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Gill Barratt
04 Jan 2021
Good points:
The quality of videos is absolutely superb. Crisp, clear images with no glare. I'm really happy with the quality of videos, by far the best cameras I own, well worth the money.
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Mike Harradence
13 Jan 2021
Good points:
Fast service
Great value
Excellent after care
Bad points:
None
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Amy Morgan
03 Mar 2021
Good points:
Fantastic camera trap!! It’s my favourite out of all browning cameras, easy to use and easy to set up and the quality is amazing!
Bad points:
It will make you want to buy another one!!
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Brian Ludwig
18 Mar 2021
Good points:
East quality pictures and videos of any trail camera currently on the market
Bad points:
Can use a lot of batteries on videos which is why I recommend budgeting for the solar panel as well.
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Paul Hemnell
23 Nov 2020
Good points:
Very good picture quality. Easy to set up.
Bad points:
Sound quality good be better
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Nick Spooner
09 Mar 2021
Good points:
If you're looking for top quality video this is a great camera. Both the day and night video quality is very good. It's low-glow (rather than no-glow) but that doesn't seem to put off badgers and foxes and illuminates a much bigger area than the no-glow Dark Ops Pro X, for instance.

Bad points:
I just don't get how the time lapse function works. The set up and file capture isn't user freindly and the clunky proprietary Browning software needed to view it doesn't help either.
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b fox
20 Jan 2021
Good points:
set up straight forward. I haven't used the video yet. We are using it in our enclosed rear garden so only things that can get over the fence, birds and small mammals.
Bad points:
I find the strap very awkward to fasten, the buckle is very tight which is good for holding the camera in place, but I struggle to keep the camera in place and tighten the strap at the same time. A tripod maybe an answer, but more expense.
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