Browning Trail Cameras Adds To Strike Force Line

The new Strike Force HD 850 leads game cameras into next generation of technology and affordability.

GON Staff | October 16, 2017

From the time that Browning Trail Cameras introduced the Strike Force series of cameras, they have been one of the most popular game camera series on the market. So it makes sense that as the company has grown, so would the line of Strike Force sub-micro cameras.

So for 2017, they have introduced the impressive Strike Force HD 850 trail camera. The 2017 Strike Force HD 850 cameras feature an incredible 0.4 second trigger speed and .8 second recovery time, and users will enjoy the high-end performance, true 720p HD videos with sound, and amazing 16MP picture quality delivered by the cameras.

Browning Trail Cameras is a sponsor of GON‘s Youth Big-Buck Contest, and each week of deer season a youth deer hunter who enters the highest-scoring Georgia buck will win a Strike Force HD 850 trail camera.

Additionally, the Strike Force HD 850 game camera takes night pictures using Browning Trail Camera’s “Zero Blur” technology, which reduces motion blur from wildlife in your pictures up to a range of 120 feet at night. Other features include a Smart IR video-detection system, which allows the camera to continue recording video footage for up to five minutes during the daytime and up to 20 seconds at night, as long as the game continues to move in front of the camera and an SD card “memory management” option that allows users to simply overwrite older images on the SD card if the memory is full. Last and certainly not least, in an industry defining advancement, the 2017 Strike Force HD 850 is designed to work with 512 GB SDXC memory cards.

If you’re looking to find that next generation camera from Browning Trail Cameras that will continue to deliver the performance you have come to appreciate from the low-glow IR flash Strike Force cameras, the 2017 Strike Force HD 850 trail camera is for you.

For more information regarding the new series of Browning Trail Cameras and the full line of trail cameras accessories, you can either stop by the booth at the SHOT Show, Booth 15640, or visit


Key Features:
16MP Camera
Compact Case Size 4.5” x 3.25” x 2.5”
1280 x 720 HD videos with sound (Daytime Settings Range from 5 Seconds – 2 Minutes in Length; Nighttime Videos are Limited to 20 Seconds)
Infrared LED Illumination at Night
Timelapse Plus Allows Camera Mode with IR Triggered Images
Supports up to 512GB SDXC Memory Card (Not Included)

Distance & Speed Features
120 ft. Flash Range
80 ft. Detection Range
0.40 Second Trigger Speeds
0.80 Second Recovery Time
Up to 8 Multi-Shot Images
Up to 8 Rapid Fire Images
Programmable Picture Delay (Delay Settings Range from 5 Seconds – 60 Minutes)

Additional Features:
Smart IR Video Detection System
Highly Effective Camo Finish
Long Battery Life from 6 AA Batteries (Batteries Not Included)
SD Card “Memory Management” Option
12 Volt External Power Jack
TV Out and USB Port
Picture “Data Strip” Displays: Time, Date, Temperature, Moon Phase, & Camera ID
Compatible with Browning “BuckWatch Timelapse Viewer” Software
Threaded Insert Size of 1/4” – 20 on Bottom of Camera for Mounting Purposes

Suggested Retail Pricing:
Browning Strike Force HD 850 Trail Camera – $149.99

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