Browning Trail Cameras

New for 2020 | Best 1080p video/audio available
Best no glow video/audio available | 1080p Full HD
Small, fast, versatile | Long range No-glow LEDs
Small, fast, versatile | Great IR flash range
Fast triggers | No-Glow LEDs | Dual Lens Tech
No frills but packs a punch | Good video and photos
Basic but versatile low-glow camera | Small size, good battery life
Basic but versatile no-glow camera | Small size, good battery life
1080p Video | Allows wireless connection to smartphone when in range
1080p Video | No-Glow | Allows wireless connection to smartphone when in range

Learn More About Browning Trail Cameras

Browning is one of the most popular camera trap manufacturers in the USA, which means we're proud to be the main UK supplier. Their reputation is built on high-quality trail cameras at affordable prices, with each having a 2-year warranty included. Usually, you'll be paying around £120 to £250 for a Browning trail camera or camera trap.

Several new Browning camera traps have been released in both 2018 and 2019. They boast exciting innovations, such as Smart IR video and dual lens technology. The video definition and audio quality on the new Recon Force Edge and Spec Ops Edge cameras is excellent. We think it's the best available on any camera trap at the moment...

All models also have some of the best trigger speeds as well; not just for photos but for videos too. This makes them a great choice for lots of applications.

And if you're not sure what the best Browning Trail Camera is for your requirements, try our Camera Trap Chooser to narrow it down.

Our Favourites

We absolutely love the video and audio quality on the Recon Force Edge and Spec Ops Edge cameras, while the Strike Force HD Pro X is extremely versatile. They have fast trigger speeds and forward-facing colour screens, which are very useful when setting up the camera to ensure the wildlife will be perfectly framed!

The Recon Force wildlife cameras are currently being used on our 3 year Yorkshire Pine Marten Support Programme. They are also used by our research partners Bioterra in Croatia, where they are looking for wolves, bears and lynx, and the Spec Ops is used in France with partners Observatoire Des Carnivores Sauvages, for lynx and wolf monitoring.

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