Browning Strike Force Pro X 1080 (Non-Cellular) Review

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Browning Strike Force Pro X 1080 Review

- TCP Staff

Model # BTC5PX-1080 | Browning Strike Force Pro X 1080 Manual


Trailcampro Comprehensive Score:


Picture Quality:84/100

24 Mpxl Photos (interpolated) | 1920 x 1080 Video Resolution

Battery Life:22.5 Months (pics) | 2.8 Months (videos)

Using 35 pics day + night | Using 15 vids day + night

Trigger Speed & Detection:95/100

Trigger & Recovery: 0.18 s. - 0.6 s. (Pictures) | 0.29 s. - 1.8 s. (Videos) | 90 ft. Range

Quality of Design:89/100

6 AA Batteries | 12-volt External Battery Jack | 1.5" Internal Viewer

Browning Strike Force Pro X 1080 Trail Camera Review


  • Fantastic detection circuit
  • Excellent picture battery life


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Picture Quality: 84/100

Photo resolution: 24 mpxl (interpolated)

Video resolution: 1980 x 1080

Flash Type: Red glow IR



Battery Life: 90/100

Picture & Video Resting Power (on): 0.18 mW

Picture Daytime/Nighttime Power Consumption: 1 Ws | 3.4 Ws

Video Daytime/Nighttime Power Consumption: 11.2 Ws | 52.9 Ws

Picture Mode

If this camera were to take 35 day and 35 night pictures every 24 hours, it would last 22.5 months in the field on a set of Lithium batteries.

Video Mode

If this camera were to take 15 day and 15 night videos every 24 hours, it would last 2.8 months in the field on a set of Lithium batteries.


Detection Circuit: 95/100

Picture Trigger & Recovery Speed: 0.18 s. | 0.6 s.

Video Trigger & Recovery Speed: 0.29 s. | 1.8 s.

Detection Range & Angle: 50ft. @ 47.8° detection angle (57.8° field of view)

Absolutely nothing to complain about here. You get all the speed you could ask for in both picture and video mode, plus a good amount of detection range. The Strike Force Pro X 1080 deliveries a great detection circuit.

Quality of Design: 89/100

Dimensions: 4.25" x 3.75" x 3.25"

Battery Type: 6 AA

External Battery Jack: 12-volt

Case Design

The Strike Force Pro X's case feels really solid and durable. It has an adjustable metal back bracket that swivels up and down (about a 30° range of motion). The bracket allows for easy up and down adjustments without using twigs for shims. If you need more adjustability, we'd still recommend a Slate River Mount.

Browning made the SD cards easier to load and unload. The only downside we found is the battery eject button takes a bit of work to unlatch. Expect to use a sturdy fingernail.

Temperature ratings the camera records have a tendency of being unreliable and off by a significant margin.

Overall, the case design on the Strike Force Pro is outstanding. It is nearly everything you'd expect from a quality game trail camera.

Camera Setup

The Strike Force X 1080 has a small internal viewer that makes camera setup and picture/video playback extremely easy. The viewer's live-view element eliminates the guesswork to setting up for the perfect trailcam shot.

The internal setup should only take you a minute or two - at the most. Even though the internal viewing screen is small, Browning was nice enough to enlarge the words on the screen for those of us with poor eyesight!

The Strike Force Pro X 1080 can accept SD cards up to 512 Gigabytes. This is more than enough storage than you could ever use.




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