Browning 2018 Spec Ops Advantage
Out of stock
This model has been phased out and is no longer available. For a similar product, we would like to refer you to the Browning Spec Ops HP5. This model is the latest model in the Spec Ops series, with improved specifications. Please note that the angle of view is larger with this new model!
Browning 2018 Spec Ops Advantage
The Browning Spec Ops Advantage is the successor to the successful Browning 2017 Spec Ops Extreme. It is a camera trap with an amazing invisible infrared flash and stunning image resolution! This trail camera has a fast response and recovery time and can take both photos and video. Additional specifications of the Browning Spec Ops Advantage include:
- Detection range of 28 meter (adjustable)
- Flash range of 24 meter (adjustable)
- Maximum Photo resolution of 20MP (interpolated)
- 1080p HD video resolution (60 fps)
- Dynamic video function (Smart IR) videofunctie
Browning 2018 Spec Ops Advantage | Appearance
The Browning Spec Ops Advantage has a housing covered with a camouflage print. The cameratrap has a cover on the lower part of the front where the settings need to be entered. The 2.0-inch internal color viewer makes it possible to see live the view of the cameratrap and to review captured images or videos directly in the field, which makes the set-up of the cameratrap a lot easier. The AA-batteries go into a special battery compartment, which is pushed into the bottom of the cameratrap. When using Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries, the camera can last a very long time!
Browning 2018 Spec Ops Advantage | Benefits
+ super fast trigger- and recovery time for both photo (0.42s/0.7s) and video (0.46s/0.7s)
+ internal 2.0 inch color viewer
+ intuitive menu settings
+ good battery life
+ SD card management
Browning 2018 Spec Ops Advantage | Alternatives
Are you looking for absolute top image quality? Have a look at the brand new Browning Recon Force 4K EDGE from the 2020 Browning collection. This model has a maximum photo resolution of 32MP (interpolated) and creates videos in 4K ULTRA HD resolution!
Browning 2018 Spec Ops Advantage | Independent review by Silvavir Ecology Consultancy
Since the summer of 2019 we have partnered up with Silvavir ecology consultancy. They perform standardized and objective reviews of trailcameras. We started this partnership to provide more insight into the differences and similarities between the cameramodels that are available on today's market, and to offer people a helping hand in choosing the right cameratrap. There is no review for this model yet.
Browning 2018 Spec Ops Advantage | Standardized review by Trailcampro
Trailcampro is the largest cameratrap provider in the United States. They write standardized reviews of almost all trailcameras that are available on the market, which makes the comparability of the different cameras a bit easier! That is why we would like to refer to their reviews to give you a comparable overview of the quality of the various cameratraps. Read here the review of the Browning Spec Ops Advantage by Trailcampro.
Browning 2018 Spec Ops Advantage | Recommended accessories
All camera traps are supplied without accessories. However, to get started with your cameratrap right away, you need at least a set of batteries and an SDHC memory card. For this model, this is a standard SDHC memory card of at least Class 10, such as the Sandisk Ultra cards. Additionally, we recommend to use the Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries (not rechargeable), or the Panasonic Eneloop and Eneloop PRO rechargeable NiMH batteries. The advantage of the lithium batteries over the rechargeable Eneloop batteries is that the former are more resistant to winter temperatures. The disadvantage however, is that they are non-rechargeable. If you choose rechargeable batteries, think of the Japcell battery charger, in case you don't have a good battery charger in your house!
In addition to batteries and a memory card, there is a variety of other accessories available for this cameramodel. There are all kinds of special mounting materials such as tree forks and supports, but also accessories that ensure that the camera is placed more securely, such as a security enclosures or a python cable lock. You can select these accessories directly above and place your order as a bundle, but you can also view the complete overview of accessories here.
Productnumber: this is the Browning 2018 Spec Ops Advantage cameratrap with product number BTC-8A
|Dimensions||14.0 x 10.8 x 7.6 cm|
|Type of trail camera||Standard local storage|
|Aufnahmemodi||Photo and Video|
|Maximum photo resolution||20 Megapixels|
|Video resolution options||1080p FULL HD @ 60 fps|
|Maximum daytime video length||120 sec|
|Maximum nighttime video length||20 sec|
|Dynamic Video / Smart IR Video||Yes|
|Type of flash||invisible infrared (no glow)|
|Flash range||24 meter|
|Detection distance||28 meter|
|Field of view||55 graden|
|Picture trigger speed||0.42 sec|
|Picture recovery speed||0.7 sec|
|Video trigger speed||0.46 sec|
|Video recovery speed||0.7 sec|
|Max # pictures per trigger||8|
|Configurable trigger interval||Yes|
|Night footage in full colour||No|
|Time Lapse function||Yes, only during daylight|
|Minimum time lapse interval||5 sec|
|Configurable camera label||Yes|
|Number and type batteries||8 x AA|
|External power connection||Yes|
|Maximum memory capacity||128 GB|
|Brackets for python cable lock||Yes|
|Mehrsprachiges Kameramenü||No, only English|
|Other noteworthy specifications||
This camera has several recording options while in photo mode: in "multi-shot" it can take 1-8 pictures per trigger with 2 sec. between each picture, while in "Rapid Fire" mode it can also take 1-8 pictures per trigger but with only 0.3 sec. between pictures.
|Original user manual|