Keep track of important activity on the trail with the Browning Command Ops 14.0 MP Infrared Game Camera. Boasting a 0.67-second trigger speed, this camera can snap photos in a variety of settings, making for easy observation of local wildlife. The camera can record 720p HD video with sound, too, allowing you to gauge the habits of passing game. Mounting straps, a tripod mount and a time-lapse software CD are included.
Features and Benefits
Image sensor boasts low (1.3 MP), medium (2.0 MP), high (4.0 MP) and ultra (14.0 MP) resolution settings
60-foot infrared flash range
Backlit LCD screen
Records 720p HD video with sound
0.67-second trigger speed
Time-lapse mode gives you a more in-depth look into wildlife activity
Burst mode snaps up to 4 rapid-fire images
Each photo depicts time, date, temperature, moon phase and camera ID stamping
Supports SD cards with up to 32 GB memory (not included)
Water-resistant and shock-resistant design offers durability in the field
Includes mounting straps, a tripod mount and a time-lapse software CD
Time, date, temperature, moon phase, camera ID
What's in the Box
Browning Command Ops 14.0 MP Infrared Game Camera
Rated 1 out of
Terrible cameraI love the Strike Force line of cameras from Browning, There is no equal. The Command Ops line is complete garbage. Absolutely the worst camera I’ve owned, and I have owned a lot. Pass on this one and spend a little more fore the Strike Foece line.
Date published: 2017-10-18
Rated 1 out of
Crossbow Bear from
Maybe I got a lemonTook camera home put in energizer batteries and a card. Camera was easy to set up. Turned it off and it would not turn back on. Called cust service and was told to clean battery contacts,which I did. Camera seem to work ok. Took to lease and set up. Came back in 2 weeks. Batteries dead and no pictures. Put in new batteries and new card. Came back in 2 weeks batteries dead and 75 pictures. It was set up next to another camera that took over 700 pictures in the same time Took it back to Academy. I have been using trail cameras since they came out. Maybe I just got a defective camera. Been hearing and reading good things about Browning cameras but this was my first and last Browning.