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Your Browning Trail Camera warranty covers your trail camera for one year from the purchase date. Warranty limitations: This warranty does not cover cameras that have been: 1. Neglected or abused (including, but not limited to, water damage caused by submersion, battery leakage, or improper storage). 2. Modifications or repairs by unauthorised agents. 3. Damaged cameras that have cracked or broken outer cases due to excessive impact, heat, or mishandling. 4. Damages caused by wild animals. In the event warranty service is needed and your camera was purchased from PERDIX please contact us on the number below. You are responsible for packaging and shipping cost of your camera to our warranty center.
Good quality alkaline or lithium batteries such as Energizer are recommended for optimal performance. Rechargeable batteries should not be used with your trail camera. A good quality SD card such as Sandisk is recommended for optimal performance. Each cameras instruction manual gives specific information on the number of batteries to be used as well as the size SD cards that are compatible.
The trail camera should be mounted at the same level as the target subjects chest. To capture large game such as deer it is recommended to mount the camera approximately 1m off of the ground.
The angle of the land in front of the camera should be taken into account. If there is any incline or slope you will have to improvise to position the camera correctly. It is recommended to target an area approximately 25 - 35 feet in front of the trail camera.
We suggest clearing any debris such as branches or leaves from in front of the camera as these things can diminish the results.
If you feel the need to mount the camera high make sure you aim the camera down to where the subject is expected to be. Keeping in mind that this will diminish the detection range causing the need for the subject to be closer to the camera.
Three Golden Rules Waist High - Mounting the camera at the height of your waist will provide the best results.
Level Aim - Level ground will provide the easiest mounting experience and take the guess work out of mounting the trail camera on uneven ground.
Clear of Foliage - A clear field of view will provide peak performance from the trail camera.