Instruction manual | Bushnell 119445 Digital Camera User Manual

Model 119835
Model 119907
Model 119937
Lit. #: 98-1110/02-08
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Congratulations on your purchase of the Bushnell® Digital Trail Scout™ Camera!
This trail camera is designed to record the activity of wildlife game in the outdoors
with its still image and movie modes and weatherproof, rugged construction. This
instruction manual is designed to maximize your understanding of how the camera
operates.
Bushnell Digital Trail Scout Features (All Models)
One of the most revolutionary advances in scouting technology to date, the Bushnell Digital trail
Scout delivers. Boasting one of the most user friendly interfaces in the industry, this trail camera
has a positive toggle switch system that instantly tells you what your camera settings are—without
fumbling with a confusing software interface! The built-in security system has four levels of security.
Every trail Scout comes complete with padlock, cable lock, ratcheting tree bracket for screw attachment, and software password that locks out would-be thieves. The high resolution digital camera
delivers crisp views of game in your area and stamps each image with the date, time, your name, and
even the moon phase. Along with regular image mode, there is a movie mode for 15 second video
clips with audio. The camera will function during day and night, sensing game out to 45 feet. The
oversized xenon (standard) flash will reach out to 45 feet. Image delay settings include 30 seconds,
1 minute and 2 minutes. The innovative backlit LCD makes set up a breeze in the field. The trail
Scout is weatherproof and rugged. Resolution is user selectable from 3 options so you can prioritize
quality vs storage space to best suit your needs. An input for a solar panel accessory (optional) is
provided for use with rechargeable batteries to extend the time your camera can remain unattended
in the field.
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DIGITAL TRAIL SCOUT MODELS
119835—Trail Scout 5.0MP
Great images and scouting technology at a great value. This camera will sense deer and other game as far out
as 45 feet with its passive infrared sensor. Low-battery indicator lights when battery life drops below 25%.
Motion LED lights when activity is detected by the sensor in regular imaging mode and during setup mode
for aiming. Weatherproof. Video Movie mode with audio. Selectable Lo/Med/Hi Resolution (2MP/3MP/
5MP*). Date/time/Moon Phase stamp feature. Comes complete with aircraft aluminum security cable,
padlock, and ratcheting tree bracket. Power input jack for optional solar panel. Textured “bark-like” surface
for maximum concealment.
*5MP Hi Res option via software interpolation, sensor resolution is 3MP
119937/119907 (RealTree AP® Camo)—Trail Scout Pro 7.0MP with Night Vision & Game
Call Module
With all the features of the 5.0 MP Trail Scout plus Night Vision and more, this is the top of the line digital
trail camera. Still photos are captured with your choice of low, medium or high resolution (3MP/5MP/7MP*),
and the video clips include audio collected by a built-in microphone. Choose your setting for regular camera
flash or stealth-like LED flash. LED flash enables you to discretely image game in the night without a visible
flash. There is no need to worry about your flash giving away your position in popular, busy hunting areas.
And no need to manually set an infrared filter switch for day or night mode to get great results-it’s done for
you automatically. A new feature lets you select from 8 different Game Calls to attract any of a wide variety
of animals, with sounding intervals adjustable from 1 to 24 hours. This camera even includes a laser aiming
feature for easy set up in the woods. Comes complete with aircraft aluminum security cable, padlock, and
ratcheting tree bracket. Power input jack for optional solar panel. Textured “bark-like” surface for maximum
concealment.
*7MP Hi Res option via software interpolation, sensor resolution is 5MP
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Digital Trail Scout Specifications
Image Sensor
1/2” CMOS sensor with 3.0 million (119835) or 5.0 million pixels (119907/119937).
“Hi” res setting captures images with 5MP (119835) or 7MP (119937/119907)
resolution via software processing
Lens
F/3.5, effective focal length 42mm. Sight range: 45 degrees
Flash
High power electronic Xenon Flash or Infrared 24-lamp LED array. Range: 45 ft.
PIR Sensor
Low noise, high sensitivity passive infrared sensor. Range: 45 ft
Motion LED Indicator
Yes
Display
Backlit LCD, 2 rows x 8 characters. Auto-off: 3 min. 2-digit event and image
display.
File Format
Still image JPG. Movie images AVI 320x 240 pixels per frame. DCF version 1.0 file
management.
Exposure
Auto
White Balance
Auto
Power Supply
4 x “D” cell batteries. Low battery indicator at 25% remaining power. Solar panel
(optional) input jack (for use with “D” size NiMh type rechargeable batteries only)
Battery Life
Approximately 30 days (w/standard alkaline batteries). Or ≥6 mo. using solar panel
with NiMh rechargeable batteries.
(actual battery life will vary with temperature, camera activity and flash usage)
User Password
Yes, available range: 0000 to 9999
Other (119937/119907
only)
Laser pointer, IR LED array for night vision infrared imaging
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119835
Flash
PIR
Motion
LED
Low
Battery
LED
Camera
Lens
Infrared 119937/119907
LED Array Standard Flash
Camera
Lens
PIR
Keylock
Motion
LED
SD Card
Slot
Low
Battery
LED
Laser
Pointer
Keylock
SD Card
Slot
Game Call
Volume
Parts
Guide
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Switch and Setup Description
119835 Control Panel
Up/Down/Enter
K1 K2
Switch Position/Setting
Switch #/Function
UP
CENTER
DOWN
K1 (Operating
Mode)
On
Setup
Off
K2 (Image Mode)
Still
-
Movie
K3 (Resolution)*
Hi (5MP)
Med (3MP)
Lo (2MP)
K4 (Camera Delay)
2 minutes
1 minute
30 seconds
K3 K4
119937/119907 Control Panel
Up/Down/Enter
K1 K2 K3 K4 K5
Switch Position/Setting
Switch #/Function
UP
CENTER
DOWN
K1 (Operating
Mode)
On
Setup
Off
K2 (Image Mode)
Still
-
Movie
K3 (Flash Mode)
LED
-
Standard
(Std)
K4 (Resolution)*
Hi (7MP)
Med (5MP)
Lo (3MP)
K5 (Camera Delay)
2 minutes
1 minute
30 seconds
* affects only still photo resolution (video resolution is preset at 320x240 pixels per frame)
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Setup Guide
NOTE (Models 119937/119907 Only) : THE LASER POINTER IS ACTIVATED IN THE SET- UP MODE. DO NOT PERMIT
THE LASER POINTER TO BE DIRECTED TOWARD ANYONE’S EYES, TO AVOID POTENTIAL EYE INJURY.
Before beginning the setup, insert 4 “D” size alkaline batteries as indicated
inside the battery compartment. If you will be using the optional solar
panel accessory, be sure to use rechargeable NiMh batteries only.
1. K1 - Mode Switch (OFF / SETUP/ ON) :
a) Power ON (UP position): Set K1 to ON position, The LCD display will show “BUSHNELL” for about 2 seconds.
EVENT nn
IMAGE nn
The LCD will rotate through the DATE\TIME\EVENT&IMAGE displays
when pressing the Up and Down keys.
b) SETUP Mode [move switch K1 from UP (ON) position to center position]:
Press Up or Down buttons to scroll through choices of DATE, TIME, NAME,PASSWORD, etc to
modify or set these functions. Refer to the next three pages for more details.
c) Power OFF: Set K1 to “Off ”, the Trail Scout will be OFF.
For mounting directions, please refer to the manual section titled “Using The Trail Scout” .
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Setup Guide (cont.)
(1) SET DATE: When the LCD shows Set Date, press the ENTER key to modify the date.
Press Up or Down button to select 1-12 then press the ENTER button to Set Date
confirm the two digit month. The cursor will then move to the day.
Press Up or Down button to select 1-31 then press ENTER to confirm the two 09/18/04
digit day. Then the cursor will move to the year.
Press Up or Down button to select 0-99,then press ENTER to confirm the two digit year. From Set Date, press the Down button to set the time.
Note: See “Other Setup Notes” for details on the moon phase
stamp feature, which is linked to the date you set here.
(2) SET TIME: When the LCD shows Set Time, press the ENTER key to modify the time.
Press Up or Down button to select 1-12, then press ENTER to confirm the two Set Time
digit hour. Then the cursor will move to the minute.
Press Up or Down button to select 0-59, then press ENTER to confirm the two 06: 30 PM
digit minute. From SET TIME, press the Down button to set the name.
(3) SET NAME: When the LCD shows “NO NAME”, press ENTER key to modify the name display. Press Up or Down button to select one character from “A” to “Z”, MY NAME “0” to “9”, ”_” , then Press ENTER to confirm, the cursor will move to next character. 555_1234 There are 2 lines of 8 characters each for your use. From Set Name, press the Down button to change the password.
(4) SET PASSWORD:
Password
Set
When the LCD shows PASSWORD, press the ENTER key to set the password.
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(4) SET PASSWORD (cont.):
Password
Yes
New Pswd
0000
Password
None
Setup Guide (cont.)
The LCD will show [Password Yes]. To change the password, press Enter.
If you do not want to set a password, you can press the Up or Down key to select NO.
If you selected YES, the LCD shows [New Pswd]. Press the Up or Down key to select the
first password digit of 0-9. Press ENTER to confirm, the cursor will move to the next digit
to the right. Repeat the process using UP, Down and Enter keys to enter your four digit
password. Press ENTER to confirm.
If you do not want to set a password when the LCD shows (PW YES) , you can press the
U/D button to select No, After pressing the ENTER, the LCD display shows (PW NO),
and no password will be set. From Set Password, press the Down button to set Day Time.
(5) SET DAY TIME: (Note: This setting auto switches an infrared filter-see #4 under “Other Setup Notes”)
When the LCD shows DAY TIME, press ENTER key to set the DAY TIME range. The
LCD will show and underscore under the first 2 digits in the DAY TIME mode. Press
the up or down keys to set time of 24 hour clock for the specific DAY TIME start hour
desired. Press ENTER to set the DAY TIME start time.
Day Time
07 -- 18
Then, underscore will move to the second 2 digits in the DAY TIME mode. Press the up
or down keys to set time of 24 hour clock for the specific DAY TIME end hour desired.
Press ENTER to set the DAY TIME end time.
Now your DAY TIME is defined (NIGHT is defined as the period between DAY end and
start times). If you do not make your own settings for DAY, a default of 6AM~6PM is
used.
Example: 07—18 would define DAY as from 7AM to 6PM (6PM=18:00 hours on 24 hr clock).
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From Set Day Time, press the Down button to set the next user option.
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Setup Guide (cont.)
Sound
Off
(6) SELECT SOUND (119907/119937 only): When the LCD shows SOUND, press the
ENTER key to select from the list of 8 different game calls (note that the game call module
must be installed for the sound to be audible-see “Attaching the Game Call Module” near
the end of this manual). Press the Up or Down button to find the desired game call, then
press the ENTER button to confirm the call selection. See “Using the Trail Scout” towards
the back of this manual for a detailed description of each call. Select “OFF” if you wish to
keep the game call module attached but silent. From Select Game Call SOUND, press the
Down button to set the Game Call Interval.
Call
01 Hrs
(7) SET GAME CALL INTERVAL (119907/119937 only): When the LCD shows CALL,
press the ENTER key to set the interval at which your selected game call will be sounded,
from 1 to 24 hours between each call. Press the Up or Down button to change the hour
interval setting. From Set CALL, press the Down button to set the Still Photo Mode.
Photo
Multiple
(8) SET STILL PHOTO MODE (all models): When the LCD shows PHOTO, press the
ENTER key to set the Still Photo mode. Press Up or Down button to select Single (only one
photo will be taken per event trigger) or Mutiple (a series of three photos will be taken per
event trigger), then press ENTER to confirm your selection. This is the last user option in
the Setup Menu. From Set STILL PHOTO MODE, press the Down button if you wish to
begin again with the first item in the Setup Menu, SET DATE. Or, if you are finished with
the Setup process and are ready to start using your Trail Scout, simply change K1 to the ON
(UP) position and the unit will be operating after a 2 minute delay.
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2. K2 – Image Mode Switch (STILL / MOVIE):
Setup Guide (cont.)
Set K2 to either of these settings:
(UP) STILL Photo Mode: Image resolution is determined by the setting of the RES switch, and photos are stored in JPG format.
(DOWN) MOVIE Mode: The camera can record a 15 second movie, the file format is AVI with audio.
NOTE: On model# 119835, using MOVIE mode at night will result in dark videos, as the xenon (standard) flash
does not function in MOVIE mode. With models 119937/119907, you may use MOVIE mode at night by setting
switch K3 (Lighting mode) to the LED position (the standard flash does not function in MOVIE mode on these
models either).
(Models 119937/119907 only) Note: see #4 in “Other Setup Notes” for additional information.
3. K3 - Flash Mode Switch (LED / Standard):
The Game camera has two modes that select which flash type will fire under dark conditions:
(a) LED Mode (Infrared LED lamp array):
The IR-LED (infrared) light is invisible to the naked eye, but will provide illumination for the camera, use it when you do not want to alert the subject at night. This mode can also be used for nighttime movie capture. During the time defined as “Night”, an infrared blocking filter is
automatically deactivated, so that the IR light generated by the LEDs can create an image. During the “Day”, the infrared blocking filter is re-activated; therefore, you should use the “Standard” or xenon flash position for best results when the camera is set to “Day only” time mode.
(b) STD (Standard) Mode: (Xenon flash tube)
You can use Standard mode for twilight/cloudy conditions, or to take color still pictures at night. If you want to use the MOVIE mode, you can not use Standard flash mode—you must set K3 to LED.
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4. K3 (Model 119835) – (Hi/Med/Lo) RESOLUTION:
K4 (Model 119937/119907)– (Hi/Med/Lo) RESOLUTION:
Setup Guide (cont.)
The Trail Scout has three still photo resolution options:
(a) Hi: Still photos are taken at the highest (interpolated) resolution setting, 5MP (119835) or 7MP
(119937/119907). Use this setting if you plan to make large prints from your photos, or anytime photo
quality is a higher priority than photo storage space (higher resolution photos generate larger size
files).
(b) Med: Still photos are taken at the actual sensor resolution, 3MP (119835) or 5MP (119937/119907).
This is a good general purpose setting, as it is an ideal compromise between quality and storage space
(c) Lo: Still photos are taken at a lower resolution setting, 2MP (119835) or 3MP (119937/119907).
Use this setting if your priority is being able to store more photos on an SD card, and/or if you will only
be viewing your photos on a computer monitor or making small prints.
5. K4 (Model 119835)– (30s/1Min/2Min) CAMERA DELAY MODE
K5 (Model 119937/119907) – (30s/1Min/2Min) CAMERA DELAY MODE:
There are three modes for taking delayed pictures: 30 Sec, 1 Min and 2 Min.
The unit will record EVENTS while CAMERA is in DELAY MODE each time the PIR senses motion.
(a) 30s: After the first picture, a second picture will be taken 30 seconds later.
(b) 1Min: After the first picture, a second picture will be taken 1 minute later.
(c) 2Min: After the first picture, a second picture will be taken 2 minutes later.
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glossary
PIR—Passive Infrared Sensor. Senses motion like typical security motion detector. Requires infrared energy (heat) in addition
to motion to trip sensor to assure detection of live animals.
Event—Any time that the PIR senses motion it counts it as an event. Events are recorded to the SD card in a text file. Events
are recorded continuously during operation.
Image—A digital picture recorded on the SD Card when motion is sensed. Images are taken at the desired delay between images.
Image Delay—Time elapsed between photos while events are sensed and recorded. This is user-set based on wildlife activity
in area.
IR Flash—IR LED Array—Infrared LED Night Vision feature. Emits a burst of infrared light which is invisible to the human
eye. Especially useful for night photos when a visible flash is undesirable. (Featured on Models 119937/119907 only)
Std (Standard) Flash—Xenon flash tube used for low light or night photography. Automatically fires if necessary due to dark,
overcast skies or waning light late in the day.
SD Card—Memory card used to store images and events. Trail Scouts are compatible with up to 1GB capacity SD cards,
standard or high speed (all new Trail Scouts include an SD card).
Battery Life—Time that camera will function in the field. Dependent on temperature, number of images and number of flashes
during that time.
Setup—Using the display menu and buttons to set the date/time, still photo or movies, and password.
Security—One of the most important requirements of any trail camera. The Trail Scouts have 4 security features—padlock tab,
tree bracket, cable lock, and software password.
Trigger Speed—Time delay between a subject passing in front of PIR sensor and the image capture of that subject.
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Other Setup Notes
1. SD CARD SLOT
The unit has a standard SD Card slot. You must push the SD Card in with the SD Card label facing the
Bushnell logo into the SD card slot. Pushing it again will release the SD card, and then you can remove the
SD card from the SD card slot. Insertion or removal of SD card is only recommended when the unit is in
the “OFF” position, as data can be lost or files corrupted if a card is removed while storage is in progress
with the unit powered on.
2. PIR SENSOR
The sensor that triggers the trail camera is Passive InfraRed, or PIR. Infrared energy is essentially heat
energy. The PIR detector operates by sensing a change in the infrared level in its detection zone. This zone
is a cone in the center 10 degrees of the camera’s field of view. The camera establishes an average long-term
infrared level. When this level increased suddenly the PIR detector signals the camera to record a picture
and/or an event. Because of this effect, the PIR detector will be more sensitive at night, when the average
temperature is lower.
In the Setup mode, you can use PIR sensor to determine the detection zone .When the PIR is sensed, the
PIR Sense Indicator will light. The camera’s field of view is a 45 degree cone, centered on the PIR detection
zone.
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Other Setup Notes (cont.)
3. LASER POINTER (Models 119937/119907 Only)
The 119937/119907 Trail Scout camera has a Laser pointer. When you mount the unit on a tree or any
other fixed surface and cannot sight from behind the Game Camera, you can use the Laser Pointer to align
the unit.
NOTE: LASER LIGHT IS POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS TO THE EYES.
THE LASER POINTER IS ACTIVATED IN THE SET-UP MODE.
DO NOT PERMIT THE LASER POINTER TO BE DIRECTED
TOWARD ANYONE’S EYES TO AVOID POTENTIAL EYE INJURY.
4. AUTO DAY/NIGHT IR FILTER SWITCH (Models 119937/119907 Only)
The Model 119935/119905 Trail Scout camera has an automatic function which activates a filter in the
camera’s lens system during the time period you define as “Day” (see “Set Day Time” in the Setup Guide). The
purpose of this filter is to block infrared light, so that photos taken by daylight or with the standard (xenon)
flash tube (in heavy shade or late in the day) will have a normal appearance. This infrared filter is found
in virtually all digital cameras, as their image sensors are sensitive to infrared light as well as visible light
wavelengths. However, during the “Night” time period (from your defined Day end time to Day start time),
the infrared blocking filter is automatically deactivated, or removed from the lens path. This allows the LED
lamp array, which emits invisible infrared light, to be able to create an image on the camera’s CMOS sensor
when the IR light illuminates a subject in front of the lens. Because the infrared filter is activated during the
“Day” time period, using the LED flash mode during the day is not recommended, as the filter will prevent
the infrared light from the LED from reaching the sensor, resulting in dark photos. The standard flash mode
may be selected for night use, however, photos may be slightly pink or reddish in color due to the deactivated
infrared filter. Refer to the following chart:
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Other Setup Notes (cont.)
Flash
Mode
Day Time Photo Results
Night Time Photo Results
Recommended
Combination
LED
Normal, may be dark during
cloudy conditions or late hours
Black & White, good
exposure
Good (Better night results,
flash is undetected)
STD
Normal color & exposure
Slight pink or reddish color
Good (Better day results)
Note: setting the date and time on your camera is imperative for the unit to function properly,
so that images captured by both day and night will have the best possible appearance (and so
you know when the images are taken). If the date and time are not set up correctly, the automatic
IR (infrared) filter will remain in the “off ” position 24 hrs a day, causing daytime images to
appear somewhat pink.
5. MOON PHASE STAMP
All new Trail Scout models have a “moon phase” stamp feature. This links the current date (as set by the user in
the setup procedure) to the phase of the moon on that date (this data is stored on an internal memory chip), and
imprints a icon on your photo which represents the moon phase when the photo was taken. The moon phase
icon will appear on your photos in the lower left, next to your name and the Bushnell logo. Some hunters will
find this to be a useful reference, as it can help determine if particular animals are inactive at night when a full or
nearly full moon is present, causing them to be more visible to predators. Or, if some of your night photos seem
to have a darker or lighter background (beyond the range of the LED lamps or flash), you can see if that was
related to how bright the moon was at the time. The icons for the various phases of the moon are shown below:
New
Waxing >
Full
Waning >
New
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ABOUT THE INCLUDED MOUNTING BRACKETS
Trail Scout Ratcheting Bracket Installation Tips
A total of 4 brackets are included with all new Trail Scouts (Model#s
119835/119907/119937):
(1) “T” bracket that mounts to the back of the camera
(1) Ratcheting bracket (see photo)
(2) Tree brackets.
The two tree brackets are intended to allow the user to attach brackets to
trees in two different locations, making it easier to move a single camera between the two positions.
The ratcheting bracket (originally sold separately as an optional accessory) is provided as an alternative mounting
method. This bracket can be screwed to a tree, or secured to a tree with the provided cable. When mounting, make
sure that the bracket ratchets down toward the ground. This allows you to mount your camera higher on a tree, to
avoid theft and detection by undesirable animals. After mounting the ratcheting bracket to the tree, attach one of
the tree brackets to the ratcheting bracket with the provided bolts. Then the camera can be locked to the ratcheting
bracket/tree bracket combo in the exact same way that the tree bracket/camera is locked.
Also, the new Trail Scouts have a port on the bottom of the camera for inserting a solar panel power jack (use only
with Bushnell Solar Panel Model# 119750C). When mounting the solar panel, the ratcheting bracket can be used
with it turned upside down (so it ratchets up), to allow the solar panel to be positioned facing UPWARD, to collect
solar energy to power rechargeable NiMh “D” batteries (sold separately) installed in the camera.
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Using The Digital Trail Scout
1. MOUNTING (Using the “T” bracket and a standard tree bracket):
Mount the trail camera on the tree as shown below.
1. Screw bracket A to the tree.
2. Bolt bracket B on the back of the trail camera.
3. Match bracket B up to bracket A.
4. Then, hang bracket B over bracket A.
5. Finally, insert the padlock and lock when setup is completed.
B
For extra security, you can use the included cable to wrap around the tree
trunk as well.
1. Insert the end with the large lug into bracket A.
2. Then, feed the other end of the cable around the tree and back through
the bracket.
3. Tighten the adjustable locking bolt to hold the cable tightly in place (B).
A
B
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Using the Trail Scout (cont.)
2. Power ON and Setup Switch Summary:
Turn the knob 90°counterclockwise and open the front cover.
Set the K1 to ON position,
Input correct Password. Default password is “0000”.
(If the password is entered incorrectly 3 times, the unit will
be powered off automatically. If you want to power ON again
you must set K1 back to OFF and then set K1 to ON)
The LCD will display current IMAGE&EVENT counter.
You can press the Up or Down key to see the DATE, TIME, NAME.
If you want to modify DATE, TIME, NAME or password, set K1 to SETUP.
(See SETUP GUIDE for details)
After finishing SETUP, set K1 back to ON position
The unit will delay 2 minutes before functioning to allow you to clear out of your area.
The functions of K2, K3, and K4 can be set in the SETUP or ON Mode.
After finishing SETUP, close the front cover and turn the knob to 90°clockwise.
Finally, secure the Trail Scout with a padlock.
Turn the knob 90°
counterclockwise to open
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Turn the knob 90°
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Using the Trail Scout (cont.)
Game Call Descriptions (Model 119907/119937 Only)
1. Grunt-Whitetail deer grunt. Will attract whitetail bucks to an area to investigate what other “buck”
is in their territory.
2. Cow Call-Female elk communication call. Will attract elk, especially male bull elk, to the area.
3. Bugle-Male bull elk communication call. Will attract other bull elk to an area to investigate what
other “bull” is in their territory.
4. Antler-Whitetail buck fighting sounds. Will attract other bucks to the area to investigate what other
“bucks” are in their territory.
5. Tending-Whitetail buck grunt sequence. Used by bucks when they are “tending” to a doe. Will
attract bucks.
6. Predator-Small animal in distress sound. Will attract predators such as bobcat, mountain lion,
coyote, wolf to an area.
7. Turkey-Female turkey yelp. This call will attract male tom turkeys.
8. Moose-Male bull moose sound. Will attract other moose to investigate.
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Attaching the Game Call Module
(Models 119907 and 119937 only)
Attaching Game Call Module
(remove the plastic plug covering the
connection pins by sliding it up first)
Game Call Module Attached
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The (Optional) Solar Panel
(Compatible with models 119835, 119907 & 119937)
Solar Panel Input Jack
Solar Panel
(Optional Accessory)
WARNING: Do not use the solar panel unless rechargeable (“D” size type NiMh)
batteries have been installed. Using the solar panel with alkaline or other nonrechargeable batteries may result in damage to the unit, not covered by warranty.
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Supplemental Operating Notes
• The LCD showing “ENTER SUSPEND” means the system is going
to suspend activity (sleep mode to conserve battery power).
• After setting K1 to ON, the system will begin working after a
two minute delay. If there is no activity sensed in three minutes,
the system will go to SUSPEND. When the PIR senses activity, the
camera will be activated immediately.
• The LCD showing “RESUME” means the system is active.
• Changing batteries within 20 seconds will avoid the need to reset
the date and time.
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TWO-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Your Bushnell® product is warranted to be free of defects in materials and workmanship
for two years after the date of purchase. In the event of a defect under this warranty, we
will, at our option, repair or replace the product, provided that you return the product
postage prepaid. This warranty does not cover damages caused by misuse, improper handling, installation, or maintenance provided by someone other than a Bushnell Authorized Service Department.
Any return made under this warranty must be accompanied by the items listed below:
1) A check/money order in the amount of $10.00 to cover the cost of postage and handling
2) Name and address for product return
3) An explanation of the defect
4) Proof of Date Purchased
5) Product should be well packed in a sturdy outside shipping carton, to prevent damage in transit,
with return postage prepaid to the address listed below:
IN U.S.A. Send To:
Bushnell Outdoor Products
Attn.: Repairs
8500 Marshall Drive
Lenexa, Kansas 66214
IN CANADA Send To: Bushnell Outdoor Products
Attn.: Repairs
25A East Pearce Street, Unit 1
Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 2M9
For products purchased outside the United States or Canada please contact your local
dealer for applicable warranty information. In Europe you may also contact Bushnell at:
Bushnell Germany GmbH
European Service Centre
Mathias-Brüggen-Str. 80
D-50827 Köln
GERMANY
Tel: +49 221 995568-0
Fax: +49 221 995568-20
This warranty gives you specific legal rights.
You may have other rights which vary from country to country.
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FCC Note:
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.
Shielded interface cable must be used with the
equipment in order to comply with the limits for a
digital device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC
Rules.
Specifications and designs are subject to change
without any notice or obligation on the part of the
manufacturer.
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For further questions or additional information please contact:
Bushnell Outdoor Products
9200 Cody, Overland Park, Kansas 66214
(800) 423-3537 • www.bushnell.com
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