TWO Browning BTC-4EX Command OPS ELITE 18 Mega-pixel Cameras with Batteries, SD Cards, Card Reader, Spudz, and Straps

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The Command Ops Elite series of cameras has been updated to deliver big performance in a small package. The crisp 18MP picture resolution ensures the very best quality pictures of your game, day or night. With fast 0.3 second trigger speeds, you are sure to capture anything that steps out in front of your camera. The Command Ops Elite series also features 720p HD video with sound, to capture the best video of game on your property. 


Camera Features:

  • 18 MP
  •  80 ft. Infrared Flash Range
  •  0.3 Second Trigger Speed 
  • Infrared LED Illumination at night
  • 720p HD Videos with Sound (5 sec. - 2 min. length) 
  • 70 ft. Detection Range 
  • Illuma-Smart Technology
  • Automatically adjusts IR Flash for Perfect Night Photos
  • SD Card Management Feature
  • Long Battery Life from 6 AA Batteries (not included)
  • Up to 8 Multi Shot Images
  • Up to 4 Rapid Fire Images 
  • Programmable Picture Delay (1 sec. – 60 min.)
  • Picture info bar displays: Time, Date, Temperature, Moon Phase, Camera ID 12 volt External Power Jack 
  • Supports up to 32GB SD Card (not included) 
  • ¼” -20 Tripod Socket • Compact Case Size 4.5” x 3.5” x 2.5” 
  • Timelapse Plus Camera Mode 
  • Compatible with Browning Buck Watch Timelapse Viewer Software


  • rugged & durable

    2-year guarantee

    You can confidently use our trail cams, knowing that we provide a no-hassle return on any issues encountered during our standard 2-year warrantee

    what our customers say

    ★★★★★

    It's really nice being able to see what's going on at your stand in live time...I live in Florida and hunt Indiana so I can't check my cards... it's great with everything I'll give it it 5 Stars

    Tom Sexauer
    Key West, FL
    ★★★★★

    Camera works great. Had an issue setting it up that I could not figure out. I got a quick and helpful response through email. I'm using regular Duracell batteries it seems to have great battery life.

    Martin Shainover
    San Antonio, TX

    how to Mount a Trail Camera to a Tree?

    Every camera comes with its own strap for basic mounting.  It wraps around the tree and latches in the back.  If you want to lock the camera, you need to check out security devices.  We also have our very own security brackets that can mount to almost anything.  Check out our video for more info on trail camera mounting.

    ★★★★★

    Works flawless. I love them. Zero problems and they’re a game changer.

    Steve N.
    Los Angeles, CA
    ★★★★★

    Fantastic camera....update regularly and there will be no issues

    David C.
    Bloomsburg, PA