From the makers of Browning® USA Fire Arms
DARK OPS Pro XD CAMERA OFFERS RAPID-FIRE RECON wtih Dual Camera Lens Technology
The Dark Ops Pro XD has the most robust feature set in our Dark Ops camera series. These cameras feature an invisible Infrared flash to ensure game or trespassers on your property do not detect the camera while it is capturing images or videos. The Dark Ops Pro XD features “Dual Camera Lens Technology”. This feature incorporates a custom tuned daytime camera lens to produce razor sharp daytime images, while the dedicated night camera lens takes incredibly clear nighttime photos. This camera packs all the performance you would expect with 24MP picture quality, 1080p Full HD video with sound, lightning fast 0.15 second trigger speeds, and superior battery life. Additional features include SD card management options and Smart IR video to keep recording game during the daytime. The Dark Ops Pro XD is compatible with up to 512GB SD card.
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Australian GENUINE Warranty
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Which means you get 1 Year Australian GENUINE Local warranty on all cameras - no questions asked.
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Pros- Trigger speed-super fast. 512gb card. Only 6 x batteries required with dedicated tray-cheaper to run than other cameras. Night video is one of the best available on the market. Dual camera is definitely worth it. Daytime video and images-about average. Battery release button is very functional. All raised buttons feel sold to touch and are illuminated. "Live" viewing screen assists in camera set up. Solid door closing clasp-feels good.
Cons- No timer function- operator cannot choose when to set the camera. eg. with a timer false triggers are reduced considerably. Browning need to bring this feature to their range of cameras. "No SD Card" text can be missed. It's at the bottom of the screen. If you don't have a SD card inserted then there should be a total blue screen with the words" "No SD Card" in bold red in the middle. This forces the operator to insert a SD card if they want to continue. This acts as a Redundancy aspect.