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Browning Patriot

Manufacturer: Browning
  • 24MP images, 1920 x 1080 HD (60fps) video
  • 0.15s Trigger Speed
  • No-glow IR night vision LEDs
  • Dual lens technology
  • 5cm Colour viewing screen
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About this product

The Patriot is one of Browning's top of the range cameras and features its unique 'dual lens technology' which ensures that all of your captured footage is of the highest quality. The sensor and lens for daytime photography are specifically designed to provide razor sharp images and videos during the day. A separate high quality sensor and lens system are used in low-light conditions and allow you to obtain the finest nighttime footage using infrared illumination. This illumination is provided by undetectable no-glow LEDs which are invisible to humans and other animals and will illuminate up to a distance of 34m. The flash range is adjustable: choose from Power Save and Long Range options.

Images are recorded with a resolution of 24MP and video is captured in full HD (1920 - 1080p). The infrared sensor is active to a distance of 27m and the trigger speed is an impressive 0.15 seconds. A forward facing 5cm colour viewing screen allows you to view your images without removing the memory card. Capture up to eight multi-shot images and eight rapid-fire images or set up a time-lapse with the Patriot's Timelapse Plus camera mode. This model also features a steel adjustable mounting bracket for easy set-up at the site. The delay between pictures is adjustable (between one second to one hour) and the picture info bar shows time, date, temperature, moon phase, and camera ID. The camera is powered by 8 x AA batteries (included in the starter bundle only) and is compatible with SDXC cards of up to 512GB as well as SDHC cards (32GB SDHC included with starter bundle). 

This camera is also available as a starter bundle which includes the trail camera, 8 x Lithium AA batteries and a 32GB SD card.

We have one ex-demo unit available at a discounted price as it does not have its original packaging. If you have any questions about this, please get in touch with us at or call us on 01803 865913. 

Note: Although rechargeable batteries (of at least 2500mAh) can be used with trail cameras, they are not recommended due to their lower capacity and voltage. Therefore they are unlikely to operate the camera at its full potential, or as reliably when compared with standard Lithium batteries. If the use of rechargeable batteries is necessary we recommend Panasonic Eneloop Pro batteries which have been shown to perform well with trail cameras. Additionally, we recommend using an SD card with a minimum write speed of 10MB/s (also labelled as U1 or class 10).

To see the Browning Patriot in action take a look at our 'In the Field' blog post.

Camera Features:

  • Records 24MP images
  • Dual camera lens technology
  • 5cm color viewing screen
  • Invisible night infrared illumination
  • 34m illumination range at night
  • 27m detection range
  • Adjustable flash range (Power Save and Long Range options)
  • 1920 x 1080 full HD videos with sound (60 fps, 5 sec.‐ 2 min. length, max 20s at night)
  • Super‐fast 0.15 second trigger speed
  • Lightning-quick 0.35 second picture recovery time
  • Illuma‐smart technology automatically adjusts IR flash for perfect night photos
  • Steel tree mounting bracket included
  • SD card management feature
  • Long battery life from eight AA Batteries (Included in starter bundle only)
  • Multi‐shot image mode - up to eight images
  • Rapid-fire image mode - up to eight images
  • Smart IR video feature
  • Selectable start / stop image timer
  • Programmable picture delay (1 sec. – 60 min.)
  • Picture info bar displays: Time, date, temperature, moon phase, barometric pressure, camera ID
  • Multilingual programming menu
  • 12V external power jack
  • Support up to 512GB SDXC Memory Card (32GB SDHC card included with starter bundle)
  • ¼” ‐20 tripod socket
  • Compact case size: 12.7 x 9.5 x 6.4cm
  • Timelapse Plus camera mode with IR triggered images at night
  • Compatible with Browning Buck Watch timelapse viewer software



Image resolution: 24MP

Video resolution: 1920 x 1080p (60 fps, 5 sec.‐ 2 min. length, max 20s at night)

Sensors: 4MP/2MP day/night 

Night vision flash: 34m range

Night vision LED type: Invisible (no-glow)

Detection range: 27m

Screen: Colour view

Audio record: Yes

Date/time stamp: Yes

Power supply: AA (8, only included with the starter bundle) or 12V external power jack

Memory card capacity: Up to 512GB SDXC (32GB SD card included with the starter bundle)

Warranty: 2 years


Customer Reviews (2)

  • OK, but not impressed for the price
    By Philip 2 Feb 2022 Written for Camera only
    This is my first trail cam, so I'm probably being a bit hard with nothing similar to compare to. I've had it for about 18 months and used it in a variety of locations around the garden and in the barn.

    Firstly, this is NOT a 24MP camera – it is a 16MP camera that can upscale images. This information is extremely hard to find and I only discovered this from the manual after purchase. This is dishonest marketing by the manufacturer and something that normal digital camera makers stopped with a while ago. It is also pointless.

    Image quality is variable, pretty good in bright daylight, acceptable at night in IR mode. Do not expect anything near the quality of an equivalently priced handheld camera for daylight images. Dusk/dawn images can be a bit fuzzy, acceptable if you just want to see what is out there. Video quality can be summarised in the same way. For some reason, it takes shorter videos, seemingly of random length, at night in winter. Somewhat annoying, but perhaps more related to batteries (I'm using lithium non-rechargeable, and the problem occurred last at about -10°C). The minimum focal length is a problem for animals that come too near (<1-2m) or for capturing small wildlife such as birds or mice.

    Outdoors, the lens often fogs over when the dew point is crossed, but I understand this is an issue with most trail cameras. The preview/alignment screen is useful but has such a poor viewing angle it is difficult to line up.

    The detection range is hard to predict, and it is easily triggered by waving branches or grass (so 5000 pictures of trees and grass to look through...). Once you get the hang of careful positioning this is less of an issue.

    I'm sceptical of the advertised trigger speed, although this is difficult to judge. But a roe deer managed to cover half the sensor and start eating our broccoli before it was captured... but it could have been a stealth deer ;) (Here's that video: which is quite OK).

    I'm not entirely sure if the camera is worth the money compared to obscure branded equivalents at half the price. We'll see if it lasts longer.
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  • Update: Night videos are short
    By Philip 27 Feb 2022 Written for Camera only
    Just for information: Night video length is 20 seconds at most. Would have been nice to know this information before buying!
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