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PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2018 8:56 am 
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I placed my video cam at a pinch point where I highly anticipate the Elk to pass through. This video runs for over a minute so be patient :tinkin
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Very nice! The ruminating cow was a nice finish. Was that from a Browning Extreme?


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Nice video! Color looks really good.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:27 pm 
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You have been on fire with elk pics lately. Another great round!

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Great video very sharp. Was that in your yard as I see the power pole? I also need to ask what camera? The bull almost knocked your setup over was it on a tripod?


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cameratrapcodger wrote:
Very nice! The ruminating cow was a nice finish. Was that from a Browning Extreme?

Right you are Chris, it's the Browning Recon Force Extreme Model # BTC-7FHD-PX (2017)

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Great video very sharp. Was that in your yard as I see the power pole? I also need to ask what camera? The bull almost knocked your setup over was it on a tripod?

Thanks Trev, I placed my cam on a fence post at about 3 ft. off the ground. I aimed it to the North and composed the video frame to exclude the fence but also catch a bit of the mountains in the background. The landowner removed the top horizontal fence rail to allow the Elk to go through. The cam is a Browning Recon Force Extreme Model # BTC-7FHD-PX (2017)

Here's a pic of another such opening where I placed an S600 cam.........


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Very nice video -- the quality is typical of the newer Brownings, that's why I've gotten several.

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That’s a lot of elk. Pretty neat to see them keep filtering through. And man they look in great shape.


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ghosthunters wrote:
That’s a lot of elk. Pretty neat to see them keep filtering through. And man they look in great shape.


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That's the unexpected thing about the fence set I found. They wait their turn and pose for my camera which is proving to be an unexpected bonus.

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