Browning has stuffed some unique technology into this ultra-compact and durable trail camera. The camouflage exterior and pint-sized design will be easy to hide from wildlife and can handle extended periods of time in harsh weather conditions.
Pros: This trail camera is the smallest and one of the most durable camera we tested, starting with the hinged latch for the front cover. You will probably wear the paint off the cover from opening and closing it before this latch breaks. The Browning Strike Force Elite also includes SD card management options like the ability to overwrite the oldest file. One of the unique features of this game camera is the smart IR technology for daytime video. This feature allows the camera to remain recording HD video with audio as long as there is a subject moving around in the detection zone.
Cons: The daytime detection range is below average, and the night time detection range is only 50 feet, which is less than most other game cameras we reviewed.
Bottom Line: If you plan on placing your trail camera in a location that doesn’t necessitate the detection zone to be further than 50 feet, this is a good option. This compact and durable design should last even the most demanding trail camera user a long time.
Best for: Daytime video and nighttime photos within a 50-foot range; harsher conditions when durability matters
Key Attribute: Design
- 10MP photos and HD videos
- Long-distance 100-ft. IR LED flash range
- Lightning-fast 0.4-second trigger speed
- Multiple time-lapse modes for easy scouting
- Compact housing blends in anywhere
Size: 4.5"H x 3.25"W x 2.5"D