NAVSPORT-H12
USER GUIDE
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS
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Read all instructions carefully before use
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Retain this product manual for future reference.
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Use this product only in the manner described.
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Only use a water-dampened soft-cloth to clean the surface of the camera including the
lens. Remove particulate such as dirt or grease before you do so otherwise you may
risk scratching the case. The camera is not waterproof when it is outside its waterproof
case
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Be aware of environmental conditions such extreme heat and cold, humidity, dusty,
salty or sandy environments. In extremely cold weather and after prolonged usage,
condensation may form inside the case which may cause the lens to fog up. We would
recommend to stop using the camera and let the condensation evaporate (i.e.: don’t
try to wipe it off)
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Do not expose to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like. Do not leave unit in
the car during hot weather.
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For first time use, it is recommended to charge overnight to ensure a full battery
charge. Subsequent charges can be as required. During charging, or extended use, the
product may become warm.
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There are no user serviceable parts in this product.
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Un-authorized attempts to dismantle or repair this product will void your
product warranty
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Do not point the camera directly at the sun as this may damage the video sensor
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Do not wipe the lens surface with your fingers. Instead use an appropriate lens cleaning cloth
or lens cleaning solution.
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Do not use this device outdoors without the waterproof case.
CAUTION
DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS INCORRECTLY REPLACED.
REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE.
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INDEX
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ACCESSORIES IN THE BOX
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PRODUCT CONNECTION AND BUTTONS:
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CHARGING THE BATTERY
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WATERPROOF CASE
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INSERTING THE MICRO SD CARD
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START-UP/SHUTDOWN
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SWITCH BETWEEN VIDEO AND PHOTO MODES
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START RECORDING / TAKE PHOTO
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PLAYBACK MODE
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PLAYBACK VIDEO: OPTIONS
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PLAYBACK PHOTOS: OPTIONS
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CONNECTING TO A COMPUTER
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USER SETTINGS
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CONNECTING TO A HD TV
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FAQ
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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ACCESSORIES IN THE BOX
Waterproof case with mount
Tripod mount bracket
Handlebar mount
Clip on mount
Velcro and clasp straps
90 Degree short adapter mount
Mount post (male)
USB Cable
Adhesive pads
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PRODUCT CONNECTION AND BUTTONS:
Micro HDMI
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CHARGING THE BATTERY
Turn the camera off and connect the USB cable to the camera and to your power source (i.e. in-car charger,
PC USB port or USB Mains Power Adaptor) The charging indicator light will turn RED. When the battery
charge is full, the light will turn OFF. A typical full charge takes up to 4 hours.
NOTE: The battery does not need to be removed under normal usage and charging conditions. If
removed, please note the polarity of the battery when re-inserting. Take note of the input voltage and
current required by this device when connecting an external charger.
WATERPROOF CASE
Shutter Button
On/Off Button
Release clamp
Case Hinge
1. Use your fingertip to gently pull the release lock and clamp, in the direction of the arrow (on the
clamp)
2. Inspect the white rubber water seal gasket to ensure it is in good condition, and then insert the camera
in the correct orientation.
Note 1: You can test the gasket by closing the case without the camera inside and submersing it completely
in a bowl of water for a few minutes. Remove the case from the water, dry off the exterior with a towel, and
then open the case carefully. If the interior is dry, the camera and case will be safe for use under water.
Note 2: Only two buttons are required for recording video and images: the Shutter Button, and the On/Off
button.
Note 3: Remember, when the unit is turned OFF and ON again, the unit will default to VIDEO modes and
the default resolutions.
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INSERTING THE MICRO SD CARD
Carefully push the memory card into the card slot, as shown in the diagram
below (using your fingernail). The Micro SD card will “click into place”. To take
the memory card out, gently press the end of the memory card inward using
your fingernail until a click is heard. An internal spring will then release the card.
Note: This camera has no built-in memory. A memory card is needed for operation.
Note 2: High Definition and High Frame Rate video capture devices, place huge demands on memory cards.
Pending your user settings, it is recommended that a CLASS 10 MICRO SD Card be used to avoid Read/Write
complications, which will appear as an error message on the screen during use. If you are not sure, please
test any lower class cards (Read/Write speed) in the device before use.
START-UP/SHUTDOWN
START-UP: Press and hold the power button until the welcome screen is displayed.
2. SHUTDOWN: Press and hold the power button until the Goodbye screen is displayed.
Note 1: The camera may automatically shut down after 5 minutes of inactive use to conserve power.
Note 2: If there is not enough power the low power battery icon will flash. When power has been exhausted
the camera will shut down.
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SWITCH BETWEEN VIDEO AND PHOTO MODES
Use the mode button to change between modes. A different icon will appear each time at the top left of
screen.
Video mode:
Picture mode:
Record video
(To start recording press the shutter button)
Digital Still Camera operation
(To take a single picture, press the shutter button)
Video mode
Photo mode
Playback mode
Settings mode
START RECORDING / TAKE PHOTO
When the camera is turned on, it will automatically enter video mode. Either select another mode or start
recording videos by simply pressing the shutter button. To stop video recording, press the shutter button
again. When the memory card is full or the battery is too low, the camera will also automatically stop
recording.
PLAYBACK MODE
After turning on the camera, press the mode button to select playback mode. A file screen will then
appear with a preview thumbnail image. Use the UP and DOWN arrows to select your file and tap
the file name section to begin playback. Note: During extended sessions of playback, the screen may
automatically turn off to conserve power. Press the display button or the shutter to turn the screen
back on if required.
PLAYBACK VIDEO: OPTIONS
The options available on playback are: PAUSE and PLAY.
Note: The UP and DOWN buttons control volume.
PLAYBACK PHOTOS: OPTIONS
The options available on playback are: PREVIOUS IMAGE and NEXT IMAGE.
CONNECTING TO A COMPUTER
Files can be played back directly from the Camera to a Windows ® Computer via a USB cable. The
camera will appear as a common removable disk under Window Explorer. (Drivers are not required)
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USER SETTINGS
Language
Beep sound
Date Time
Change the resolution of recorded files (Note:
Higher Resolution files take up more storage
space)
Fill light according to different light source
Intensity in different environment.
Select the length of each recorded file
Take multiple photos with a delay in between
Improves the overall exposure throughout your
entire image.
Turn the microphone On or Off
Select On / Off to add a time-stamp to
the recorded video
Change the resolution of recorded files (Note:
Higher Resolution files take up more storage
space)
Adjust the image compression for better image
quality
Delay a photo after the shutter button is pressed
Adjust image processing between pixels for
enhanced borders
Adjust image sensitivity for enhanced images and
less grain. High ISO is best for low light conditions
Auto compensation against shaking and blurry
images
Adjust image lighting in pre-set conditions
Adjust image in case of flicker from power supplies
or lighting
Turn On or Off on-screen display
Turn screen off after a set period of time
Rotate the screen 180 degrees for use up-sidedown
If no buttons have been pressed and if no
recording is taking place, the unit can be shut off
automatically after set periods of time
On screen display language
Turn “beep” key sound On or Off when pressed
Toggle through the fields to change Year, Month
and Day
TV Switch
TV Format
Car mode
Enable TV output mode
TV output interlace coding
Loop recording for “event recorder” mode
Video Resolution
Exposure
Cyclic Recording
Video Lapse
WDR (Wide
Dynamic Range)
Record Audio
Date Stamp
Image size
Quality
Capture mode
Sharpness
ISO
Anti-shaking
White Balance
Frequency
OSD Mode (Onscreen display)
Screen saver
Rotate
Auto Power Off
Delete
Format
Default settings
Version
Delete a saved file
Format SD card (Note: Permanently erases all data
on card. Note: the unit cannot be used until
formatting is complete, which usually takes about
20seconds depending on the size of your card.)
Perform a factory reset
Display Firmware version
720p 1080 x 720, WVGA 848 x 480,
VGA 640 x 480
-1.3, -2.3, -1.0, -4.3, -5.3, -2.0, +2.0,
+5.3, +4.3, +1.0, +2.3, +1.3, +0.0
Off, 1 Min, 2 Min, 3 Min, 5 Min,
10min
Off, 1 ,2 ,5 ,10 ,30 seconds
On ,Off
On ,Off
On ,Off
5M 2592x1944, 3M 2048x1536,
2MHD 1920x1080, 1.3M
1280x960, VGA 640x480
Fine, Normal, Economy
Single, 3, 5, 10, 20 seconds
Normal, Soft, Strong
Auto, 100, 200
On, Off
Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Tungsten,
Fluorescent
50 or 60Hz (50Hz typically for
Australia)
On, Off
Off, 1, 3, 5 minutes
Off, On
Off, 1 Min, 3 Minutes
English
On, Off
[Set Day, Month, Year and Time]
On, Off
NTSC, PAL (Australia is typically PAL)
On, Off
Delete One, Delete All
Execute, Cancel
OK, Cancel
[Display firmware version]
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CONNECTING TO A HD TV
Connect the camera to a high-definition TV (or HDMI equipped monitor) with a Micro HDMI to HDMI cable (as
shown above). The HDMI signal will carry Full HD video and 2 channel stereo audio.
FAQ
Windows media player cannot play the
recorded video files?
How many minutes of video can I record to
my SD card?
How long does a full charge take and how
long will it last?
How many meters deep can I use the
waterproof case in water?
Try installing a CODEC pack, otherwise we find most
customers have better luck with VLC Player.
In 720p mode, each minute will record up to 50MB
of data. So a 4GB card will store up to 80 minutes
and a 16GB card up to 320 minutes.
A full charge can take up to 4 hours and will record
up to 90 minutes of video, depending on your
settings and situation e.g. time of day and detail of
image.
The waterproof case can safely go down to 30
meters in depth.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Image sensor
Functions
Camera lens
Shutter
LCD display screen
Image size
Video resolution
(Higher resolution = better image quality)
(Higher frame rate = smoother playback)
File formats
Storage medium
USB interface
Power Supply
Dimension (length × width × height)
Weight
8 MP (CMOS)
Record Video
Take photos
F3.1 f=2.9mm
Electronic
1.5-inch
5M 2592x1944, 3M 2048x1536, 2MHD 1920x1080,
1.3M 1280x960, VGA 640x480
720P (1280*720) 30FPS
VGA ( 848*480) 30FPS
Image
JPEG
Video
AVI (M-JPG)
Micro SD card (Up to 32GB). There is no built in
memory.
High-speed USB 2.0 interface
Built-in 3.7V rechargeable lithium
59 x 41 x 29mm
72 grams
Warranty against Defects
Laser Corporation Pty Ltd (“Laser”) warrants your new product to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for 12 months, from the date of purchase, provided that the product is used in accordance with
accompanying recommendations or instructions where provided. The benefit of this warranty is in addition to your
rights under the Australian Consumer Law and to other rights and remedies of the consumer under a law in
relation to the goods or services to which the warranty relates. Through a network of retailers and resellers, Laser
will provide you with your choice of a refund, repair or exchange (where possible) for this product if it becomes
defective within the warranty period. This warranty will no longer apply where the defect is a result of alteration,
accident, misuse, abuse, normal wear and tear, neglect or improper storage. Please retain your receipt as proof of
purchase.
How to make a product warranty claim:
Step 1: Find your receipt which proves the date of purchase. Where the date of purchase cannot be verified, your
place of purchase or Laser will make an assessment based on the date of manufacture, the condition of the Laser
product and the type of defect. Step 2a): Contact your place of purchase. They will assess the nature of the fault
and refund or replace the product as per their store refund or warranty policy. Step 2b): If your place of purchase
cannot be contacted, then you can contact Laser Customer Service with details of your defective Laser Product
Phone (02) 9870 3388; or Email: service@laserco.com.au or online www.laserco.com.au/warranty (click on “Apply
for an RA number”). Our business address is at 1/6-8 Byfield Street, North Ryde, NSW 2113 Step 3: Laser will
issue you with a Return Authorisation (RA) number within 48 hours. When requested, send us the defective
product and a copy of your receipt. Laser will cover the cost of the return delivery. Step 4: Wait for us to contact
you. Once we have received your defective Laser product for inspection, we will inform you of our assessment of
your claim within 7 days. When we contact you, we will firstly let you know whether you have a valid claim under
this Warranty, and if so, we will inform you whether your defective Laser product will be replaced or repaired,
together with the number of days you can expect to wait to receive your replaced or repaired Laser product.
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to
a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or
damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality
and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
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