- Sun Aug 02, 2020 10:31 am
Almost every trail camera that I have had from Browning (and that has been a fairly large number) has had this problem with the temperatures being shown as ridiculously impossible numbers (some in the 64,000 degrees range). I have communicated this problem to Browning on numerous occasions and yet the cameras continue to have this problem. Browning seems to try to blame the problem on some type of mis-reading of thermals of the objects the camera is viewing. However, to me this has to be some type of weird software coding issue in the firmware of the cameras which unfortunately Browning is not willing to explore with the developers of the firmware coders for these cameras. Again, most likely what we get for depending on CHINA !!! THANKS, CHINA. I am thinking about switching to another brand of camera in the future, perhaps Spypoint. And I might say that if you are writing code and you have a result in the range of 64,000 degrees, you have a routine in the software that says "hey this is impossible, we should not be displaying a temperature that is hotter than the surface of the sun". Sorry, actually there is a minus in front of the number, so this might be considered somewhat below absolute zero and not hotter than the surface of the sun.