The following is a list of issues I had with the cameras.
1. Picture quality was not very good. If the animal was not directly in front of the camera and close up the pictures were so grainy that you could not see any detail in the photos. Night time IR pictures are typically a bit grainy but these were the worst of any camera I have used to date.
2. Timelapse plus feature malfunctioned on all three cameras. The timelapse feature would work for a day or two then just not function for a few days and then would work again for a few days. Very unreliable and frustrating.
3. One of the cameras would get stuck in IR mode even during daylight hours.
4. Battery life seemed week as well. One camera was down to 68% battery after less than two weeks in the field and not taking more than a few hundred photos.
Overall I personally would not recommend anyone purchase the Browning Range Ops model. Perhaps the other two higher end models that Browning put out are better but after the experience I had with these I am not about to pay to find out. The operating system is very similar to my Moultrie M-80XD cameras but the performance is not even close. I spent a little extra $ to exchange all three of these for the Moultrie M-880.
Hope this helps anyone that is on the fence about these cameras.