Gear Up: Browning Game Cameras, ThermaCELL Lantern

From Industry Press Releases

GON Staff | August 28, 2013

New Browning Game Cameras
Browning has introduced a new line of multi-feature trail cameras that do about everything from HD video to telling the owner the time, date, temperature, moon phase and camera ID on every image.

The Range Ops Series, the Recon Force Series and the Spec Ops Series have a 32 GB SD card support system, a silent image capture feature, the ability to record HD video with sound, an eight-image, multi-shot function feature and long battery life.

Each camera is powered by eight AA batteries, and each of the new Browning game cameras set up easily with the “aim test” mode.

“The concept of bringing high-quality trail cameras to market at affordable prices was fundamental in the development process,” a Browning release said. “However, we didn’t want to make the first Browning trail camera just ‘another game camera,’ we wanted to engineer a camera series that was a step above the rest on all levels with features exclusive to Browning. We are confident that such a series now exists.”

Browning trail cameras are also equipped with Buck Watch time-lapse software to help increase the chances of capturing that perfect shot. This proprietary software allows users to rewind, pause and fast forward at multiple play speeds (1x, 2x, 4x, 8x) in addition to allowing them to share and save both still pictures and video clips. Buck Watch is also designed with an activity search, an “advance one frame” feature, a zoom feature and a feature that allows users to playback time-lapse files with multiple jpeg images.

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ThermaCELL Lantern Lights The Way, Also Repels Insects
With all the rain we’ve had, this could be the worst year ever for mosquitoes. The ThermaCELL Outdoor Insect-Repellent Lantern is a great option for keeping mosquitoes and other insects away in any outdoor situation.

The Outdoor Lantern is both a powerful insect repellent device and a portable, long-lasting outdoor LED lantern. The two functions can be used at the same time or separately.

Providing a 15×15-foot mosquito-free zone, it is 98 percent effective (tested and used by the Department of Defense and the United States Army), making it the most effective insect repellent device on the market.

It is also non-toxic and safe being DEET-free, silent, portable and odor free. ThermaCELL utilizes allethrin, an artificial version of a natural insecticide found in chrysanthemum flowers. The butane cartridge that powers the mosquito repellent provides 12 hours of power.

Eight LEDs provide the light from the lantern, which has two settings. The lantern is powered by four AA batteries.

It is perfect for camping, fishing and sitting around a fire outside the hunting camp, but it can also serve double-duty at home for patios, backyards and decks.

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Two New Tink’s Sprays
Draw deer into shooting range this fall with Tink’s HotShot Sweet Weed and Salad Dressin’ sprays. These two honeysuckle-flavored attractants give the hunter the smell of a “food plot” in a convenient bottle or can.

The HotShot Sweet Weed food attractant delivers a honeysuckle mist that attracts bucks and does. The smell stimulates a deer’s appetite and provides long-range attraction.

The HotShot is a technological improvement over traditional aerosol scent cans. The bag-in-can system separates the attractant from the pressurizing agent, so the product only sprays 100 percent pure lure without contamination or dilution from a propellant.

The can utilizes every drop of attractant and lasts longer than traditional aerosols. Consistently spray the powerful fine mist at any angle without that annoying “spit” you would normally experience in a spray can.

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