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Browning - cell cams #8487161 12/26/21 06:23 PM
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Anyone have experience using the Browning wireless/cell cams?

For years I noticed many users of the Browning cameras talk about reliability and excellent trigger speed in the non cellular cameras.

I'm curious if this reliability has carried over into the cell cameras offered by Browning.

The model that has my attention is the Defender Wireless camera.

I would also be curious to hear from anyone that has experience with the user interface and related cell plans offered by Browning?

Re: Browning - cell cams [Re: WattoHunt] #8487194 12/26/21 07:11 PM
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There data plans are outrageously priced, even if the camera was reliable, you'd go broke on images.

For 20,000 images on the Ridgetec you'd pay about $25, for as many cameras as you own, Bushnell is $15 for unlimited per camera.


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