Primos Truth Cam 35 63010 Operating instructions

Before Operation
Quick Start
Initial Camera Setup
Camera
Features/Functions
Recommended
Accessories
Operating Tips
Customer Service &
Warranty
!
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USE
Additional information on this product and
answers to frequently asked questions
can be found at www.primos.com
© 2010 Primos® Hunting Calls™
IMPORTANT
For your protection, please carefully read these warnings, precautions and safety/operating
instructions completely before operating the camera. Follow these instructions closely and
keep this manual for future reference.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock or product damage/failure,
- Do not expose unit with the door open to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing. Do not open
or close the camera door with wet hand. Completely wipe off water on camera and camera
door before opening.
- Do not lay product on moist ground or submerge in water (this unit is designed for vertical,
upright outdoor use)
- DO NOT OPEN CASE HOUSING. UNINSULATED, ‘DANGEROUS VOLTAGE’ WITHIN PRODUCTS
ENCLOSURE. DO NOT REMOVE FRONT OR BACK HOUSING COVER. THERE ARE NO USER
- SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE, REFER SERVICING TO PRIMOS® CUSTOMER SERVICE.
- Only use batteries as specified in this user manual and install according to correct
polarization. Failure to follow may result in leaking or exploding batteries, damage to camera,
fire or personal injury. Do not handle damaged or leaking batteries.
- Do not expose to extreme heat. Do not leave product and/or batteries exposed in direct
sunlight inside a vehicle, or other contained environment for a long period of time.
- Only use accessories as recommended in this manual
CARE & CAUTION
- Transport and handle with care. Do not strongly shake, bump, hit, drop or otherwise
cause impact to the camera – can result in camera malfunction, damage to lens, sensor,
LCD screen, or other key components. Additionally, damage to the case could result in
imperfections to water-resistant properties.
- Take extra care when handling or using camera in places with sand and dust. Sand, dust and
foreign substances exposed to camera lens, PIR sensor, LED array and/or the internal door
panel components may result in poor picture quality or malfunction of camera. If exposed to
any of these elements, please carefully wipe off completely before continued use.
MODIFICATION WARNING
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual
could void your warranty of this equipment.
OPERATING TEMPERATURE
- Recommended storage temperature range 200F to 1000F
- Recommended operating temperature range -100F to 1300F
Simple to Use
Simple to Understand
TIP: Visiting www.primos.com/TruthCam and watching
our Instructional Video Clips is the “easiest way” to
learn “How To Use” your TRUTH® Camera!
(Note: Also available is frequently asked questions and answers,
as well as any updates.)
Instructions
Video Clips
IMPORTANT RETURN POLICY
Please contact the Primos® Customer Service Team with any comments, questions,
problems or return requests. Call (601) 879-9323 or email service@primos.com.
RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO PRIMOS® HUNTING CALLS™
DO NOT SEND BACK TO THE STORE
www.primos.com/TruthCam
Table of Contents
Customer Service & Warranty
Contact Info
Warranty Protection
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Before Operation
Needed to Operate
Select SD Card Size
Identify Parts
Understand Sliding Switch & Button Functions
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Introduction
Quick Start - Initial Camera Setup
Easy 6 Step Setup
Camera Settings Backup Battery
Camera Status Lights
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Camera Features/Functions
Camera Sensitivity
Time/Date
Format
Viewing/Retrieving Image
Clearing SD Card
Power Saving Sleep State
Image Stamp
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Recommended Accessories
Primos® TRUTH® CAM Accessories
Other Accessories
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Operating Tips
Important Notes
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Our goal at Primos® is to provide products for hunters that are reliable and
“Simple to Use”. Our TRUTH® cameras have been built with that in mind.
TRUTH® cameras are “Simple to Use” and are reliable. They have the features
that we as hunters expect: Infrared LED’s that don’t spook game, fast trigger
speed, good photo images, extended night range and a SD memory capacity
of up to 8GB. In effect it has all the features you want in a trail camera that
is “Simple to Use”.
TRUTH® CAM 35
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Select sd card size
This chart allows you to see the approximate capacity of 1GB, 2GB, 4GB & 8GB SD
Memory Cards. Check to see what [megapixel] photos or [resolution] videos that will be
best for your SD Card.
Included:
1. TRUTH® Camera (1)
2. 72” Mounting Strap (1)
3. Instruction Manual
4. Warranty Registration Card
*Photo/Video SD Card Storage Capacity
1GB
2GB
4GB
8GB
Photo
3.1MP
820
1650
3300
6610
Photo
1.3MP
3300
6660
13330
26660
Needed to Operate:
Video
10S High Res
50
100
200
400
1. Four (4) “D” size Alkaline or Rechargeable Batteries
2. One or more SD Memory Cards
Video
30S High Res
20
40
90
180
Video
60S Low Res
70
140
280
570
Before Operation
(Camera will support up to 8GB SD or SDHC Cards)
Note: If no SD Card is installed ‘SD’ will display on initial menu screen
*Approximation - photo/video sizes vary based on individual image details
3. SD Memory Card Reader or other device to view image/video files
on SD Card. (Many computers have a SD Memory Card slot built-in)
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UNDERSTAND SLIDING SWITCH & BUTTON FUNCTIONS
Identify Parts
STATUS VIDEO
OFF
PHOTO
DELAY MULTI SENSOR
SHOT
HI
10s
10s
1
30s
3
1M
SLIDING SWITCHES
NORM
VIDEO
LO
STATUS VIDEO60sDELAY30MMULTI5 SENSOR
SHOT
Infrared LED Lights
SET/WAKE
UP
DOWN
CLOSE UP VIEW OF CAMERA BUTTONS
Camera Lens
Status Indication Lights
Door Latch with
Optional Pad Locking Hole
PIR Motion Sensor
STATUS VIDEO
OFF
10s
PHOTO
30s
DELAY MULTI SENSOR
SHOT
HI
10s
1
3
1M
NORM
VIDEO
LO
STATUS VIDEO60sDELAY30MMULTI5 SENSOR
SHOT
SET/WAKE
Status - Select PHOTO or VIDEO this turns “ON” the unit. Move switch
to “OFF” to shut off the unit.
Video - Video recording length (only
relevant if camera status is set to VIDEO) .
Delay - The pre-set amount of
time you desire between photo/
video recordings.
Multi Shot - Number of pictures taken
each triggering event (only relevant if camera status is set to PHOTO).
Sensor - Motion Detector Sensitivity. Use ‘NORM’ as default see (page 7).
UP
DOWN
External LCD
Viewing Window
Through Housing
Security Cable Hole
“D” Battery
Compartments
BUTTON FUNCTIONS
- Use to navigate (scroll up or down) between number of pictures
‘0000’, date or time.
Set - While on date or time screen, press SET button to change settings.
Use
buttons to adjust setting & press Set again to save.
LCD Screen Notes -
Mounting Strap Slots
Brass Inserts
(For optional
Attachment Accessories)
1. Initial main screen displays number of
pictures ‘0000’ and battery life.
2. Use
buttons to see date or time.
SD Card Slot
Rubber SD Card Cover
Tree Gripping Teeth
External Battery Port
(Optional 6V DC)
Back View
Bottom View
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6. Your camera is ready to use! After a 30 second delay the Truth®
Camera will be armed and ready to take pictures whenever the Motion
Sensor detects motion or movement. (NOTE: TEST camera before placing in field/
QUICK START INITIAL CAMERA SETUP
Easy 6 Step Setup
woods. Run camera in live “On/Run” mode and make sure Photos/Videos are being saved on
SD Card. Can view number of Photos/Videos being saved from external window.)
1. Install Batteries - Uses four (4) “D”
size Alkaline or Rechargeable batteries.
(Note: Camera identifies fully charged rechargeable
batteries, such as NiMH, as less than 99% on battery
indication level. Rechargeable batteries run on
different voltage and cause this variation. Most fully
charged rechargeable batteries will show 50-60%.)
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SD Ca
2. Install up to 8GB SD Memory Card (not included) into the card slot
on the bottom of the camera. If SD Card is not installed, camera will display
“NO SD” on Initial Primos Menu Screen. (Note: SD Card Slot is protected by rubber
seal [plug]. Open door of the camera and gently rotate seal from slot. After SD Memory Card is
installed, replace rubber seal in original position to prevent moisture and elements from entering
camera and possibly causing malfunction.)
3. Secure Camera to Tree or Pole using included Mounting Strap
(must thread strap through Mounting Strap Slots on back of camera).
4. Turn On Camera and Slide Switches to desired settings. The LCD
screen will turn on and show the number of photos/videos on SD Card.
5. Setup-Time and Date -Push UP or
DOWN to find Time and Date
screens. While on respective screen, press Set button and then
buttons
to adjust selected field.
Camera Settings Backup Battery
*** This Truth® Camera is equipped with an internal rechargeable backup
battery that is dedicated to saving the date, time and menu settings when the
main D-cell batteries are removed. This internal backup battery can preserve
your settings for up to 6 months when fully charged. (NOTE: With first use or after
a long period of time without camera use, internal battery may initially take up to 30 hours to fully
charge - charges only when “D” batteries are installed when camera is turned ON.)
Camera Status Lights
Your Truth® Camera is equipped
with 2 LED status indication lights
on the front of the camera (located
right above door opening on each
side of PIR Motion Sensor).
Green Light
Red Light
RED LIGHT
Lights up when the camera detects motion. After you close camera door
and are standing in front of the camera, visibility of this light is indication that
your camera is ON and working.
ON/OFF PROGRAM
SET
RUN/ WAKE
(TIP: Walk in front of the camera and look for the red light to illuminate when you are detected.
You can do this to verify your camera is pointing in the correct direction. Remember there is a
30 second delay from the time the camera is turned on till it is ready to take pictures.)
GREEN LIGHT
Lights up when the camera takes photo or is recording a video. The green light
stays on while the photo/video is being stored on the SD Memory Card.
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(NOTE: Do not remove SD Memory Card when the green light is blinking – this could cause you
to lose all data on memory card!)
(NOTE: The LCD screen will not wake up from ON/RUN mode [Power Saving State] while the
Green Status Light is on. Wait until after Green Light turns off to WAKE up LCD screen by pushing
any of the buttons.)
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CAMERA FEATURES/FUNCTIONS
Camera Sensitivity (Sensing) - Motion Detector Sensitivity. Use ‘Normal’ as default.
You can adjust the sensitivity of the Passive Infrared (PIR) Motion Sensor on your camera.
The PIR sensor detects motion AND the difference between body heat and the outdoor
temperature. Therefore, adjusting the sensor affects the DISTANCE and HEAT SENSITIVITY of
the detection.
TIP: It may not always be best to use ‘high sensitivity’ to see how far away you can capture
images of game. If the game is closer when the camera is triggered, you will end up with better
pictures/videos. You can learn what is best for your situation; here is a summary of the settings:
High Sensitivity
• Use when trying to detect game at further distances (in fields or open areas with long-range visibility)
• May use in warmer months or high heat climates so it is easier for sensor to detect difference
between body heat and outdoor temperature.
• May use when trying to capture photos of smaller game.
Format - To Format SD Memory Card installed in camera – this DELETES
ALL PHOTOS OR VIDEOS or any other data on memory card!!!
To proceed with formatting:
1. Hold
UP and
DOWN arrow buttons
together for 2 seconds.
2. Format is complete when the display shows photo/video count ‘0000’.
!!CAUTION!!
No Warning is displayed when holding down both
arrow buttons in formatting SD Card process.
This DELETES ALL PHOTOS OR VIDEOS or
any other data on memory card!!!
STATUS VIDEO
Normal Sensitivity
• Optimized to work best in most conditions and for normal use
OFF
10s
PHOTO
30s
DELAY MULTI SENSOR
SHOT
HI
10s
1
1M
3
Low Sensitivity
• May use if you have the camera setup in a location that is getting a lot of ‘empty’ photos
(false triggers)
• May use if you are getting a lot of hard-to-see long range photos of game (more likely in colder
temperatures or with larger game) and would like game to get closer before camera captures images.
SET/WAKE
UP
DOWN
Time/Date – Time/Date setting in camera will be displayed on pictures
and video.
Example: Holding down both “UP” and “DOWN” arrow buttons
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NORM
Hold SHOT
Down
VIDEO
LO
STATUS VIDEO60sDELAY30MMULTI5 SENSOR
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Viewing / Retrieving Images
Clearing SD Memory Card
1. Remove SD Memory Card from slot in bottom of camera.
2. Replace with separate, fresh SD Card if you want camera to continue working.
Formatting the SD Card erases all images and Data.
To clear photos using TRUTH® Cam, see ‘FORMAT’ under
‘CAMERA FEATURES/FUNCTIONS’. (Page 8)
Explore these various methods for viewing TRUTH® Camera photos/videos:
How to View Images/Videos
1. View images/videos with SD Card
directly in computer.
Power Saving State
If available you can view images/videos by inserting SD Card
directly in SD memory card reader slot in computer.
(NOTE: When using a computer you can view and delete images
directly from SD card or you can copy and store files to your
computer. Once files are safely stored on computer, you can
delete from SD Card to clear the space for next camera use.)
When the TRUTH® Camera is powered on, the LCD menu screen will
automatically turn on. If menu is left inactive (no settings changed or button
pushed) for 30 seconds, the camera will automatically switch to “RUN/ON”
mode and LCD screen will enter into a power saving state.
SD
(NOTE: The camera is active and ready to take photos/video when LCD is in a power saving
sleep state.)
2. External USB memory card reader
If your computer doesn’t have an SD Card reader built in,
you can view images/videos by attaching USB memory
card reader to your computer.
SD
SD
The LCD screen can be awakened by pressing any button.
(NOTE: The LCD menu will not wake up from Power Saving State while the Green Status Light
is on. Wait until after Green Light turns off to WAKE up LCD screen.)
3. Game Camera Viewer.
GAME CAMERA VIEWER
SD
You can view images/videos using a portable device
designed specifically for game cameras.
Image Stamp
4. Other portable handheld devices
If convenient you may try viewing images/videos using
other portable handheld devices such as: digital cameras,
GPS, etc...
(NOTE: Many digital devices with viewing screens will display
pictures taken by the TRUTH® Camera. You can try these
alternative viewing devices at your own risk -- not all devices
with SD Memory card slots will read the TRUTH® Cam video
and/or photos.)
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OpeRATING TIpS
ReCOMMeNDeD ACCeSSORIeS
Primos® TRUTH® Cam Accessories
IMPORTANT NOTES
1. TRUTH® Cam Pivoting Mount
2. Camera Glove Protective Case
Learning to use your TRUTH®Cam – Visiting www.primos.com/TruthCam and
watching our Instructional Video Clips is the ‘easiest way’ to learn ‘how to use’ your
TRUTH® Camera!
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2. Camera Glove Protective Case
• Pivoting Camera Mount
• Fits on all TRUTH® CAM Models
• Allows You to Mount Camera
on ANY TREE and at virtually
ANY ANGLE
• Stretch Fit Neoprene
• Works with all
TRUTH® CAM Models
• Accessory Pouch and
SD Card Pocket
Other Accessories
1. Padlock for door latch to prevent tampering camera settings or memory
2. Locking Security Cable to run through case and around tree. Master Lock®
Python™ Adjustable Locking Cable is convenient and highly recommended.
3. 6V DC External Battery for those needing extended battery life for remote
or extremely active locations (plug into bottom of camera)
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Troubleshooting or Questions – Before calling customer service, visit www.primos.
com/TruthCam to find troubleshooting tips, frequently asked questions and answers, as
well as any updates
Camera ‘Menu’ Mode or Camera ‘On/Run’ Mode - Your TRUTH®Cam only has two
modes when powered on.
Menu Mode - If the LCD screen is on displaying the menu or text, the camera is in
‘Menu’ mode and will not take pictures/videos during this time. If the LCD menu is left
inactive (no buttons are pushed) for 30 seconds, the camera will automatically go into
a power saving state.
ON/RUN Mode - The LCD display will turn off and the camera has switched to ‘On/
Run’ mode and is ready to start taking pictures/video. You can also press the Run/
Wake button to quickly exit menu and turn camera into active ‘On/Run’ mode (30
second countdown will begin). When the camera is in the ‘On/Run’ mode, you must exit
the power saving state by hitting the SET/WAKE button to enter back into the camera
‘menu’ mode.
Waking Up LCD Menu – The LCD menu will not wake up while the Green Status Light is
on or blinking. Wait until after Green Light turns off to WAKE up LCD screen by pressing
SET/WAKE.
Battery Life – Long battery life is one of the most important requirements for convenient
and enjoyable game camera use. There are several variables that will determine the battery
life including type of batteries, temperature outside, image/video settings and frequency
of camera activity. Colder temperatures, more advanced image/video settings and high
photo frequency (low camera delay) will result in shorter battery life. Different brands of
batteries may also perform much better than others, so please experiment to find what
works best for you. (NOTE: Capturing videos uses more power and will result in shorter battery
life than capturing photos.)
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Internal Rechargeable Backup Battery - With first use or after a long time period of
camera storage, internal battery may initially take up to 30 hours to fully charge (charges
only when “D” batteries are installed when camera is turned ON). Once charged, this
backup battery is dedicated to saving the date, time and menu settings when the main
D-cell batteries are removed.
Camera Mounting Direction – The red status light illuminates when camera detects
motion. To verify your camera is pointing in the correct direction, you can walk in front of
the camera after it is setup and look for the red light to illuminate when you are detected
– the camera will take pictures/videos when motion is detected according to your settings.
The Truth® Cam Pivoting Mount makes mounting easier and allows photo capture from
the angle of your choice (versus relying on the tree).
Camera Mounting Height – Three feet from the ground is usually a good height to mount
the camera, but it depends on the type of game and ground terrain. The Truth® Cam
Pivoting Mount makes mounting easier and allows photo capture from the angle of your
choice (versus relying on the tree).
Blurry Image Quality – Primos® takes pride in the quality of images captured by the
Truth®Cam. However, this is an outdoor product that will be constantly exposed to
different/changing conditions that can affect the quality level. Blurry images typically result
from objects causing interference between the camera and the intended focal point (game
too close, brush, trees, etc). Blurry images may also be the result of direct sunlight, fog,
condensation (dew), water droplets, snow/ice, dirt, dust or other debris on the camera
lens. Carefully cleaning the camera lens window, making sure there are no scratches and/
or placing the camera in a different location may solve this type of problem.
Blurry Image Quality – Motion – Primos® takes pride in the quality of images captured
by the Truth®Cam. With available technology, there was no way to eliminate the potential
of photos with blur caused by game moving (motion) too quickly. We have optimized the
Truth®Cam to limit the number of motion blurred images and provide as many clear,
quality photos as possible.
Dark or Light Image Quality – Primos® takes pride in the quality of images captured
by the Truth®Cam. As daylight transitions back-and-forth between light and dark, the
camera changes settings to optimize the picture. Some ‘lighter’ or ‘darker’ photos may be
captured during the camera transition process – this should be a limited amount of photos
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with the optimization of our software. Also, please try to avoid setting up the camera in
situations where the sunlight will shine directly into camera lens. With any photo capturing,
taking pictures directly into sunlight produces less than desirable results.
Empty Photos/False Triggers – If there are a large number of photos taken with no
game present in the frame, first make sure your camera is mounted at the correct height
and in the right direction. If there are limited, random photos with no game present, the
following scenarios are most likely 1) an animal ran through the picture extremely fast or
2) a smaller animal/bird is around the camera/sensor but is not in the camera field of view
or 3) the sunlight or heat in combination with moving elements (trees, brush, shadows)
is causing a false trigger. The first two scenarios are hard to prevent, but the sunlight/
heat should not cause many false triggers as the camera has been optimized to sense
and distinguish for correct triggering. To prevent potential false triggers, try not to setup
the camera directly in the sunlight. You may also change the Camera Sensitivity Setting
according to your situation.
Camera Doesn’t Save Photos/Video – The SD Memory Card may be locked. Please
look closely at the card and make sure the card is in the ‘unlocked’ position. If photos/
videos are still not saved by camera activity, the SD Memory Card may be corrupt or
damaged. You can try to reformat the card on a computer and try it again, or simply try
replacing it with a different/new SD Memory Card.
Storing Camera – Do not store in extreme heat, cold, moist or humid conditions. Remove
batteries when storing for periods for longer than one week without use.
Operating Temperature - Recommended storage temperature range is 200F to 1000F
and recommended operating temperature range -100F to 1300F
Inside Camera Operation – The camera is designed for outdoor use. It is ok to test the
camera indoors for operation, but please note the indoor lighting and reflection may not
be optimal for correct photo exposure and video recording.
Keep Clear of Debris - Keep the small water drainage hole on the camera door (running
from top lip to external window) clear of debris. This drainage hole allows any water that
happens to get on top of the door lid escape. If this hole is plugged and not allowed to
drain, the water can possibly enter the inside of the door (even when closed) and cause
permanent damage to the camera.
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CUSTOMeR SeRVICe & WARRANTY
WARRANTY
You MUST register your Truth® Cam to receive warranty protection!
Up to 1 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Primos® Hunting Calls™ (“Primos”) warrants the TRUTH®Cam to be free from defects in workmanship
and materials, under normal use and conditions, for the time periods and terms as set forth below.
According to this Limited Warranty Primos® will, at its discretion, (a) repair the production using new
or refurbished parts or (b) replace the product with a new or refurbished product (product that has
been returned to its original specifications). In the event of a defect, these are the exclusive remedies
available to the original consumer purchaser only and is not assignable or transferable.
Terms: You must register your TRUTH® Cam to receive warranty protection. You may
register via postcard or on-line, but not both. If you register on-line you will receive
a longer warranty period. You MUST keep a receipt for “Proof of Purchase” for any
warranty claims on your TRUTH® Cam. More details below.
If registered via the enclosed postcard, you will receive a – Limited 180 Day Warranty*
For a period of 180 days from original date of purchase Primos® will repair or replace the product, at
its discretion, if service is required for any reason of any defect or malfunction.
*The included Warranty Registration Card must be filled out completely and returned to Primos®
within fourteen (14) days after the purchase date of the product.
fCC STATeMeNT
This equipment has been tested and found to comply 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 equipment 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 equipment 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
If registered on-line, you will receive a – Limited 1 YEAR WARRANTY**
TRUTH® CAM 35
Model No. 63010
For a period of 1 year from original date of purchase Primos® will repair or replace the product, at its
discretion, if service is required for any reason of any defect or malfunction.
**Go online to www.primos.com/registration and complete the Online Product Registration within
fourteen (14) days of the purchase date of the product.
DISCLAIMeRS
Limitations: This warranty is valid only if the product is used for the purpose for which it was designed.
It does not cover: 1) products which have been damaged by negligence/misuse (including, but not
limited to, improper storage, battery leakage and water damage caused by submersion), accident or
which have been modified or repaired by unauthorized persons; 2) cracked or broken housing of units
damaged by excess heat or impact/force; 3) damage caused by wild animals 4) the cost of shipping
this product to the factory for service and its return to you. This warranty is valid only in the United
States of America. Any applicable implied warranties are also limited to 180 days, and Primos® will
NOT be liable for consequential damages.
Primos makes no representations or warranties, either expressed or implied, by
or concerning any content of these written materials or software, or for damages
resulting from the use of the information contained therein. Primos® reserves the right
to alter the features and contents of this publication, hardware or software without
obligation or advance notice.
Instructions:
Warranty does not extend to any accessories used with the camera.
In the event warranty service is needed, please contact Primos® Customer Service to obtain a Return
Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number. Once you have secured a RMA number, you will be required to:
1. Write RMA number in large print on outside of package.
2. Remove SD memory card and batteries from product and pack in well-padded or highly protective
box. Primos® will NOT be responsible for damage incurred in returning product for repair.
3. Include Proof of Purchase and $20 for handling and return packing/shipping. Do NOT send cash.
Enclose your credit card number and expiration date, check or money order payable to Primos® Hunting
Calls™ for the sum of $20.
4. Send product prepaid to: Primos® Hunting Calls™, Customer Service Department, 604 First Street,
Flora, MS 39071.
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®
Primos® is not responsible if you use the TRUTH® Cam for illegal purposes.
Primos® shall not be obligated to perform preventative maintenance, installation,
deinstallation, or maintenance.
The illustrations in this manual are for instructional purposes only and may not
represent actual product exactly.
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