150 Industrial Road • Alabaster, AL 35007
www.moultriefeeders.com
800.653.3334
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MFH-DGS-LX50IR
Warnings & Regulations
Moultrie Products, LLC
MFH-DGS-LX50IR
FCC Statements
Note: changes and modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible could void
the user’s authority to operate this device.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
NOTE: THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY RADIO OR TV
INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS TO THIS EQUIPMENT.
SUCH MODIFICATIONS COULD VOID THE USER’S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE
EQUIPMENT.
NOTE: This device complies with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This device generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this device does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This product may not comply with California Proposition 65 standards, known to the state of
California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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Table of Contents
To Turn Photo Sequences Into
Time Lapse Video
Introduction
Important Care & Caution Information
Important Battery Information
Moultrie Limited Warranty……………………………………………………..
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Quick Start Guide……………………………………………………………....
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Default Settings
Specifications……………………………………………………………………
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Product Overview……………………………………………………………….
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Definitions……………………………………………………………………….
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Camera Setup…………………………………………………………………..
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Setup and Programming
• Setting Game Detect Features………………………………………………
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• Setting Additional Features…………………………………………………..
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• Setting Time Lapse Features………………………………………………..
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Camera Capture Modes
Memory & Storage……………………………………………………………...
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Downloading & Viewing Images
Connecting to a Computer………………………………………………….....
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Connecting to TV
Playback Video on TV
Deleting Photo/Video on TV…………………………………………………...
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Time Lapse Photography
Main Screen Description
Downloading Time Lapse……………………………………………………...
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Viewing Time lapse Images……………………………………………………
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To Turn Photo Sequences into Time Lapse Video………………………….
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Warnings & Regulations…………………………………………………….....
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Reasons you may want to create a
video with your images:
* Makes it easier to e-mail your
image sequences.
* Allows you to select the range
of images you want included,
to eliminate uninteresting
images.
* Allows you to store the images
as a video rather than a large
number of images.
To assemble images into a Video
1. Download time lapse images to
Time Lapse Software. (see
section on Downloading Images).
2. Click on File. You will see the following screen image.
3. Choose a starting image (frame) and an ending image (frame).
Note: The frame limit is 300.
4. Choose the frame rate. Options include 1, 5, 10, 20, and 30 frames per second (fps).
Note: The frame rate says how many images of a video are displayed every second a
video is played. The higher frame rate a video has the smoother movement appears in the
video. However, a higher frame rate video will create a larger file and will require more
memory.
5. Choose the frame size (resolution):
Note: the higher the resolution, the sharper the image. However, higher resolutions create
a larger file and will require more memory.
VGA (640x480) / 720p / 1080p
6. Choose frame filter; None, Low, Medium, or High.
7. Click on (Save the Video As). Name the video and choose the location file folder you wish
to save it in.
8. Click (Start Video Export). The program will start to convert the images to video based on
the settings chosen above. The green bars will advance until the conversion is complete.
Note: Click on (cancel) to abort the transfer.
To View Time Lapse Video
1. Find the video in the file
you save it to.
2. Click on the video.
3. The video will be open up
automatically in QuickTime
player. To install a free
version of QuickTime,
follow the on screen
instructions at
www.apple.com/quicktime/download.
4. Press play to view your time lapse video.
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Moultrie Limited Warranty
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Quick Start Guide
Use the steps below as a guide to quickly set up your camera so it will function
using the factory default settings.
STEP 1
Open camera cover. Press the
Battery Chamber Release
button. Install 6 C-Cell Alkaline
batteries. Recommended for
use: Duracell ® or Energizer ®
batteries.
STEP 2
Insert SD Memory Card until you
hear an audible click.Camera will
not operatewithout SD Card. Turn
the power ON. Press the (Menu)
button to switch the camera
to (Setup) and set the time
and date.
STEP 3
Mount Camera in desired
Location using mounting straps.
Switch camera to IR Aim.
STEP 4
Aim camera using motion
detection to determine target
area. Turn the power ON. Close
cover. The camera will operate
using factory settings.
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Viewing Time Lapse Images
• This easy-to-use software allows you to advance through the series of images
a number of different ways:
1. Manually - by moving the scroll bar to either view the image series or to go quickly to a
specific frame (frame 125, for example).
2. Click Begin/End - regardless of what pictures you are
viewing, clicking on these buttons will take you directly to
the beginning or to the end as you prefer.
3. Click Frame Advance - this will allow you to view each
image in turn, one image at a time.
4. Click Rewind/Pause/Play - this is the (Play) button; this
will allow you play the images in sequence as well as
to pause the play or rewind.
Note you can set speeds 1 to 8X by clicking the arrows.
5. Search - This function allow quick scanning of images
foreword and back. The scan pauses when the
software detects a change in pixel content from the
last photo viewed. We detect change based on
averages so it will not be as accurate as a manual
frame by frame search.
5.1 Sensitivity
A. Set to High, Medium or
Low - This sets the level of
pixel change the program will
detect. Note; a pixel change
will occur with a color, intensity,
lighting or movement so this
setting is critical to obtain the
desired results.
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Time Lapse
Default Settings
In time-lapse photography a series of still images is taken at regular time intervals and then
played back faster - giving the illusion that time is passing quickly. This instruction manual
provides you with the general information you need to start using the Time Lapse Software
to view and assemble images into a video. For more detailed instructions relative the
operation of your camera, please refer to the instruction manual
Main Screen Description
1. File
2. Search Settings
3. Help
4. About
5. Image Screen
6. Status Indicator
7. Begin/End
8. Picture Advance
9. Rewind/Pause/Play
10. Quick Search
11. Zoom In/Out
TIME LAPSE INTERVAL:
1 HOUR
DAILY SLEEP:
PHOTO OR VIDEO:
PHOTO
IMPRINT INFO:
NO
PHOTO QUALITY:
FINE 2560 x1920
DATE/TIME:
01/01/99 12:00am
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CAMERA NAME:
MINI DGC
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TV OUT Region:
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Specifications
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Downloading Time Lapse
Download Images
1. Double click on (Time Lapse
Software) to open the
software.
2. Click on File Open
3. Browse through your files to
the folder where the time
lapse images you wish to
open are stored.
4. Once the file is selected,
click OK.
5. The images saved in the file
are now available to view
through the Time Lapse
Software.
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System Requirements
OS:
Microsoft® Windows® XP with Service Pack 2
(Service Pack 3 recommended); Windows Vista® Home Premium,
Business, Ultimate, or Enterprise with Service Pack 1; or Windows 7
Hard disk space:
100MB or above
CPU:
Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon® 64 processor or above
Memory:
1GB of RAM
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Download Software
1. Insert the software CD into your computer.
2. After a few minutes, a main window will appear on the screen for installing the
software.
3. Install the Time Lapse Imaging Software.
4. There will be several window prompts. Click the desired default setting options to
finish the installation.
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Factory Settings
Operational Mode
Resolution
Still Resolutions
Video Resolutions
Response Time
Housing
Display
LCD Status Display
Status LED
Sensor
SD Memory Card
Format
Image Output
USB Output
Picture Delay
Sequential Delay
Time Lapse Interval
Time Lapse ON/OFF
Programs
Standby Time
Run Time
Time Lapse Run Time
Focus
Infrared Sensor
Infrared Range
Flash Type
Flash Range
Easy Read Bar
Power Supply
External Power port
Size
Game Detect / Time Lapse / Hybrid
5.0 MP
JPG (PIR)
Low 640x480, Med 2048x1536, High 2560x1920
AVI - 640x480 at 30FPS
1.2/1.5seconds
Weather-resistant and lockable
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
Countdown, Picture Count, Battery
IR Aim - Blinks when motion is detected / Time Lapse - Flashes regularly
2 Megapixel
Up to 32 GB SD card (optional)
JPEG – Still pictures / AVI – Video clips
USB OUT, TV OUT, SD Card
Requires PC / MS Window XP / Vista / 7
Variable 10sec, 30sec, 1, 5, 10, 30 minutes
10 seconds between 1, 2 and 3 shots
10 sec, 30 sec, 1, 5, 10, 15, 30 mins, 1, 3, 6, 24 hrs
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90 days
180 hours / (30sec 9hr)
5' - Infinity
Passive
Variable 15', 30', 45'
18 LED's 850nm
5' - 30'
Moon Phase / Delay Setting / Camera Name / Date / Time
6 C-Cell Alkaline or Lithium batteries (not included)
12V
5.5" x 4.75" x 2.5"
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Product Overview
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Connecting to TV
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To connect the camera to TV, connect the TV cord between the TV out port
and the TV. Turn the camera ON, the camera will enter TV Playback mode. Photo or Videos
will be displayed on TV. Use the (Up/Down) button to navigate. When the TV cord is
disconnected, the camera will go back to SETUP mode.
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Cover Latch
Security Lock Hole
Front Cover
IR Aim / Power Switch
LED Infrared Flash
Infrared Sensor
Lens
Menu Button
Light Sensor
Red Status Indicator
Water-Resistant Seal
Green Battery Indicator
Up / Down Buttons
OK / Select Button
Playback Video on TV
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Following the instruction on
connecting to TV to enter
TV Playback mode. Use the
(Up/Down) button to navigate.
To play the video, press the
(Right) button.
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16 Battery Chamber
Release Button
17 LCD Display
18 Tripod Mount
19 Battery Chamber Holder
20 12V Power Panel Plug
21 Cord Strain Relief
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USB Out Port
SD Card Slot
TV Out Port
Tree Mount
Mounting Strap Slot
Deleting Photo/Video on TV
In TV playback mode, use the (Up/Down) button to navigate. Press the (Left) button on the
selected Photo/Video, DELETE PHOTO will be appear on LCD. Yes to delete the selected
Photo/Video. No for no change. Press OK button to confirm.
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Downloading & Viewing Images
There are a number of ways for you download
and view the pictures, videos in the field or
at another location.
In the Field
You can download the pictures, videos,
and time lapse pictures with the aid of
external devices. To download use an
external player or card reader that is
supported by 12V DC or Mini USB Jack.
Removing
To remove the SD Memory Card open
the camera cover and push gently on
the SD card and it will pop out slightly
allowing you to remove it. Load the
SD card into the player or card reader
to view or move stored images
to another location.
Important
Make sure that the camera is in the OFF
position before removing SD card.
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Connecting to Computer
Remove the entire camera and transport to another location to download images. To
connect the camera to a PC computer, turn the camera ON, press the MENU button once
to change to SETUP Mode. Connect the USB cord (not included) between the USB out port
and the PC computer. The computer will recognize the camera as a removable drive. The
unit works with Windows XP/Vista/7. Copy the images and videos from the camera onto
your PC for further editing or printing. When the USB cable is disconnected, the camera will
go back to SETUP mode.
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IR Aim / Power Switch
This switch has two functions. It will assist in aiming your camera with the use of infrared detection. The
Status light will flash red when motion is detected. It will also turn the camera power ON and OFF.
Infrared Sensor
Detects motion and instructs the camera to activate using the preferences setup by the user .
LED Infrared Flash
In low light situations the LED flash will activate using infrared technology.
Menu Button
The (Menu) button is used to turn on the (Setup Selection) screen so the operator can run the camera
in (Auto) mode or to customize the cameras different feature settings.
Light Sensor
Detects the amount of ambient light available and tells the camera if the infrared flash will be needed.
Status LED Indicator
The LED Indicator will blink red when motion is detected in the IR Aim function or flashes regularly during
time lapse photography.
Water-Resistant Seal
Helps keep moisture out of the unit during wet conditions.
Battery LED Indicator
Turns green to Indicate batteries are low and need to be replaced.
Up / Down Buttons
The up or down buttons are used to move up or down to change the values for each setting.
OK / Select Button
Used to select the settings for the camera.
Left / Right Buttons
Used to move forward or backward when changing the values of the settings or moving to the next
setting.
Battery Chamber Release
Press the button to release the battery holder.
LCD Display
Shows important operational information such as battery level, picture count, and camera features and
setting options.
Tripod Mount
Is used to mount your camera to a tripod when necessary. Sold separately, visit us at
www.moultriefeeders.com for more information.
Battery Chamber Holder
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Is used to store batteries. Note: make sure that your (+ or ) polarities match the polarities indicated
inside the battery chamber.
12V DC Power Panel Plug
Is used to connect an external power source. Accepts Moultrie accessories. Visit us at
www.moultriefeeders.com for more information.
USB Out Port
Is used to connect your camera to a computer or external device to download, view, or delete
pictures and videos off the camera.
SD Card Slot
Will accept SD cards up to 32 GB. To extract SD card gently push the card inward and let go, the card
should pop out enough to remove.
TV Out Port
Is used to view stored pictures or videos on an external monitor.
Tree Mount
Is used to mount your camera to a tree or pole using tree mount tripod accessory.
Sold separately, visit us at www.moultriefeeders.com for more information.
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Setting Photo Quality
Press the (OK) button. Use the (Up/Down) buttons
to choose between 3 image quality settings.
1. High: 2560 x 1920
2. Med:
2048 x 1536
3. Low:
640 x 480
Press the (OK) button. Press the (Right) button.
Camera Setup
Battery Installation
Open the camera cover. Press the Battery
Chamber Release button. Install 6 C-Cell
Alkaline batteries. Make sure that the (+ and _)
polarities match the polarities indicated inside
the battery chamber holder.
Note: Anytime you load or unload batteries,
make sure that the camera is OFF.
Warning: If using 12V DC Power Panel Plug,
do not attempt to install or remove batteries.
Camera Capture Modes
After programming and aiming the camera, according to your preferences. You will see one
of three status screen displays after you slide the (IR Aim / Power Switch) to the ON position.
After 15 seconds the camera will enter sleep mode and wake up when motion is detected.
Auto Photo Mode
When the camera has been programmed for
(Auto Photo) Mode, the camera will take still images
during Game Detect. The following will be displayed
on the Status Screen.
Auto Video Mode
When the camera has been programmed for
(Auto Video) Mode, the camera will record video clips
during Game Detect. This camera will record 10
second video clips at 30 Frames Per Second. The
following will be displayed on the Status Screen.
Time Lapse
When the camera has been programmed for
(Time Lapse) photography, the camera will observe
a full day of activity in the field during (Time Lapse)
mode. This camera will record a block still images
following the Time Lapse program setting. The
following will be displayed on the Status Screen.
Insert SD Card
You will need to open the front cover to insert
a SD memory card. You can insert a SD Card
up to 32 GB. Insert the SD Card in the
direction indicated on the card.
Note: Camera will not operate without SD
memory Card installed.
Power ON
Slide the (IR Aim/Power) switch to the ON
position. The LCD will show the last setting.
Press the (Menu) button. (Setup) will appear.
Choose between (General, Game Detect or
Time Lapse) to setup settings in different
modes. Use the (Up/Down) buttons to
navigate. Press the (OK) button to confirm.
Note: (General) is for General settings.
Mounting with Straps
Close cover and place camera on a tree or
pole approximately 3 ft. high. Thread the
mounting strap through the mounting strap
slots on the back of the camera and secure.
Note: Angle camera downward slightly and
down the path.
Memory & Storage
Trail
YES
Trail
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Your camera supports external SD memory card ONLY and will accept up to a 32GB card.
Using large memory cards can slow the camera response. The camera cannot capture any
photo or video without external memory. Please inserts a SD memory card to operate
camera. Estimates are based on the
most common types of memory cards
Auto Mode
that can be purchased at electronic
stores, office supply stores, or online.
SD Card:
2 GB
16 GB
Estimates may vary based on camera
HIGH 2560 x 1920
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4,353
settings or environmental conditions.
Important
Always turn the unit off when
inserting or removing an SD
memory card to avoid damage
and ensure that the camera
properly updates the memory
information.
MED 2048 x 1536
1,374
11,195
LOW 640 x 480
10,894
89,567
Video Mode
SD Card:
2 GB
16 GB
AVI
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2,239
640 x 480
Actual capacity will vary based on image properties.
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Setting (IR) Infrared Flash
Press the (OK) button. Use the (Up/Down) buttons
to choose between
AUTO-(IR flash will fire depending on light intensity)
OFF-(IR flash is permanently off).
Press the (OK) button. Press the (Right) button.
Setting Camera Name
Press the (OK) button. Use the (Up/Down) buttons
to select an identity for your camera. For example
you can use a name or a location but, the identity
you wish to use is up to you. Press the (OK) button.
Press the (Right) button.
Upgrade Firmware
The firmware version is displayed. Press (Up/Down)
to choose setting.
(YES) - To upgrade firmware.
(NO) - Keep current firmware.
Make sure that a SD card with the new firmware is
inserted into the camera. Press the (OK) button to make selection. Make sure the process is
completed before pressing other buttons or powering the camera Off. Press (Right) button to
go back to (Setup Selection) screen.
Setting Time Lapse Features
When you choose (Time Lapse) the LCD Display will automatically start showing the
different features within (Time Lapse). Using the navigation process, set the features to your
desire.
Interval Time Setting
Press the (OK) button. Use the (Up/Down) buttons
to choose between 10, 30 seconds / 1, 5, 10, 15,
or 30 minutes / 1, 3, 6, or 24 hours. When your
selections has been made, press the (Right) button.
Aiming Camera
After the camera has been mounted, open the
cover and slide the (Mode) Switch to (IR Aim).
Close Cover. Stand in front of the camera. The
(Status) LED will flash red when it detects
movement. Use this process to guide your
camera to cover the desired target area.
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Using a Tripod
Set the Tripod facing up or down the trail
approximately 3 ft. high. Screw the camera
onto the Tripod head in a clockwise direction.
Lock the tripod into place.
Hint: Place something heavy around the legs
of the tripod to help hold the tripod in place.
Camouflage the tripod with local brush.
Note: Make sure that the brush does not
interfere with the camera.
Setting Multi-Program
Press the (OK) button. Use the (Up/Down) buttons
to choose between 4 available settings:
1 PROGRAM, 2 PROGRAM, 3 PROGRAM or
4 PROGRAM. This indicates the number of cycles
the camera will operate within a 24 hours period.
Press the (OK) button. Press the (Right) button.
Using a Tree Mount
The camera can also be mounted directly to a
tree using a mounting bracket that attaches
directly to a tree or pole. Strap the tree mount
to the tree and secure, then attach the camera
to the tree mount using the tree mount socket
located on the back of the camera.
Setting Program Wakeup
Press the (OK) button. Use the (Up/Down) buttons
to choose between 24 different settings: any hour
from MIDNIGHT to 11 PM. This will determine what
time the camera will wake up during the program
and begin its time lapse program. Press the (OK)
button.
Setting Program Sleep
When wakeup time is set, the camera will
automatically move to the (Sleep) option. Set the
sleep time after the wakeup time you already set.
This will set the wake up and sleep during the
time lapse photography. Press the (OK) button.
Press the (Right) button.
Using Power Panel
Place near the tree where the camera is
mounted. Place for best exposure to sun. To
attach to a tripod secure the power panel to
the tripod angled upward for best exposure.
Plug the power panel to the 12V Power Panel
Plug. This will extend the life of your camera
in the field.
Note: Leave batteries in the camera installed
during use.
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Setup and Programming
When the cameras power is turned ON, (Auto) will
show on the top left corner of the LCD Display.
At this time, the picture count and the estimated
battery life will also be displayed. If no buttons are
pressed within 10 seconds the LCD screen will
Default Screen
enter sleep mode to conserve battery life. It will
then enter PIR detection (Game Detect) mode and activate when motion is detected. To
wake the camera manually, press and hold the menu button until you see the default screen
on the display.
Setup Selection Setting
After the camera is turned (ON) the LCD display
will indicate the default screen. Press the (Menu)
button and the (Setup Selection) screen will
appear. Press the (OK) button, the selection will
start to flash. Press the (up/down) buttons to
change the settings. Press the (OK) button again
to lock in selection. Press the (right) button to
move to the next setting. Using this method you
can customize your camera’s feature settings.
Setting Game Detect Features
When you choose (Game Detect) the LCD Display will automatically start showing the
different features within (Game Detect). Using the navigation process, set the features to
your desire.
Event Delay Setting
Press the (OK) button. Use the (Up/Down) buttons
to choose between (10 seconds, 30 sec.,
1 min., 5min., 10min., or 30 minutes). When your
selections has been made, press the (Right) button.
Setting Photo or Video
Press the (OK) button. Use the (Up/Down) buttons
to choose between Photo or Video. Press the (OK)
button. Press the (Right) button.
Setting Photo Quality
Press the (OK) button. Use the (Up/Down) buttons
to choose between 3 image quality settings.
1. High: 2560 x 1920
2. Med:
2048 x 1536
3. Low:
640 x 480
Press the (OK) button. Press the (Right) button.
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Setting Multiple-Shots
Press the (OK) button. Use the (Up/Down) buttons
to choose between settings. Choose how many
pictures you would like to be taken in a sequence
when the camera is triggered (1, 2, or 3).Press the
(OK) button. Press the (Right) button.
Setting PIR Sensitivity
Press the (OK) button. Use the (Up/Down) buttons
to choose between 3 settings, (High, Medium, or
Low). Press the (OK) button. At this point the
(Game Detect) settings are complete. Press the
(Menu) button to return to the (Setup Selection)
screen. Press the (right) button to move to the
next setting.
Setting Additional Features
There are additional camera features that apply to the general operation of the camera. Use
the navigation procedure stated in the (Setup Selection Setting), to adjust the features.
Setting Date and Time
Press the (OK) button. Use the (Up/Down) buttons
to move from one value to the next. Press the (OK)
button to lock in selections. When all your selections
have been made, and the date and time has been
set, press the (Right) button.
Erase Images
Press the (OK) button. Use the (Up/Down) buttons
to choose between (Yes) - erase all images, or
(No) - does not change stored images. When your
selections has been made, press the (Right) button.
Setting Capture Mode
Press the (OK) button. Use the (Up/Down) buttons
to choose between operating modes. This camera
has 3 modes.
1. Game Detect - Capture photo or video
2. Time lapse - Capture photo based on the Time
Lapse program setting.
3. Hybrid - Uses a combination of Time Lapse
and Auto modes at different times of the day.
Press the (OK) button to lock in selection. Press
the (Right) button to move to the next setting.
Reset to Default settings
You can reset your camera to the factory default
settings. Press (Up/Down) to choose (YES) - all
setups restored to factory default or (NO) - keep
custom settings. Press the (OK) button again to
make selection. Press (Right) button to go to
the next menu.
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