Instruction manual | Bushnell 119477C Digital Camera User Manual

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
VIDEO
Model#s: 119676C / 119677C / 119678C
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IMPORTANT NOTE
Congratulations on your purchase of one of the best trail cameras
on the market! Bushnell is very proud of this little unit and we
are sure you will be pleased with it as well. We appreciate your
business and want to earn your trust. Please refer to the notes
below and the instructions in this manual to ensure that you are
completely satisfied with this product.
If your Bushnell Trophy Cam HD does not seem to be
functioning properly or if you are having photo/video quality
issues, please check the Troubleshooting/FAQ section
on pages 31-35.
Problems are often due to something simple that was
overlooked, or require only changing one setting to solve.
If your problem continues after trying the solutions in
the Troubleshooting/FAQ section, please call Bushnell
Customer Service at (800) 423-3537. In Canada, call (800)
361-5702.
Bushnell recommends using a full set of Energizer® Lithium AA
batteries (8 or 12, depending on the model) in these Trophy Cam
HD models to obtain maximum battery life
Do not mix old and new batteries
Do not mix battery types-use ALL lithium or ALL alkaline
Bushnell recommends using SanDisk® SD and SDHC Cards
(up to 32GB capacity, Ultra® or Extreme® series for HD video)
in these Trophy Cam HD models
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INTRODUCTION
About the Trophy Cam HD
The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD is a digital scouting camera. It can be
triggered by any movement of game in a location, detected by a highly
sensitive Passive Infra-Red (PIR) motion sensor, and then take high quality
pictures (up to 8MP still photos), or video clips.
The Trophy Cam HD consumes very little power (less than 0.25 mA) in
a stand-by (surveillance) state. This means it can deliver up to six months
stand-by operation time when the device is powered by the full capacity of
AA alkaline batteries, and up to twelve months utilizing lithium AA batteries.
Once motion in the monitored area is detected, the digital camera unit will be
triggered at once (typically within one second) and then automatically take
photos or videos according to previously programmed settings. The Trophy
Cam HD is equipped with built-in infrared LEDs that function as a flash, so
that it delivers clear photos or videos (in black & white) even in the dark, and
it can take color photos or videos under sufficient daylight. The Trophy Cam
HD HD is designed for outdoor use and is resistant against water and snow.
Your trail camera is one of the latest generation of Bushnell Trophy Cam HD
HDs, and includes many new or improved features, including:
• Auto PIR Sensitivity-the camera monitors ambient temperature
conditions and automatically adjusts the sensor/trigger signal to be
more sensitive to slight variations in temperature on hot days, less
sensitive on cold days.
• Hyper NightVision-The IR LED Flash array now has increased range,
brighter output and better coverage for improved nighttime images.
• Field Scan 2x with Live Trigger-This “time lapse” feature includes the
option for a second block of recording with its own start/stop times.
Trigger signals generated by nearby wildlife activity will still generate
additional photos/videos as they normally would, independently of the
Field Scan operation.
• GPS Geotag Capability-allows the user to input the longitude and
latitude of the camera’s position, which will be embedded in each
photo file. This enables Google Earth, Picassa and other geotag
enabled software to automatically show a map pinpointing each
camera’s location when a group of photos are reviewed on a computer.
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Especially useful for those who setup multiple Trophy Cam HDs to
monitor large or widely separated areas.
• Multi Flash Mode (LED Control)- prevents overexposed flash photos in
close range applications
• Hybrid Capture Mode-allows both still photos and videos to be
captured at each trigger, up to highest resolution settings for each.
• NV Shutter-user can select shutter speed for images captured at night
allowing control over brightness vs. ability to stop motion
• Camera Operating Mode can be limited to Day only, Night only, or 24
HRs
And many more features such as HD Video with Audio, widescreen or
fullscreen format still photos, imprintable camera name (user set) along with
current data including temperature, moon phase and barometric pressure*
(*imprinted barometer data only available on model 119678C).
Applications
The Trophy Cam HD can be used as a trail camera for hunting or scouting
game. It is also suitable for surveillance usage.
PARTS AND CONTROLS
The Trophy Cam HD provides the following connections for external
devices: USB port, SD card slot and external DC power in (pg 6, Fig. 1).
A 3-way power switch is used to select the main operating modes: OFF,
SETUP, and ON (pg 6, Fig. 2).
A control key interface with six keys is primarily used in SETUP mode to
select operational functions and parameters. As shown on the next page,
these keys are: UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, OK and MENU. Three of the keys
can also perform a second function (shortcut operations in SETUP mode) in
addition to their main function: The DOWN key can be used to set the camera
to Photo mode (still camera icon), and the UP key can set the camera to
Video mode (movie camera icon). The RIGHT key also serves as the manual
shutter (“SHOT”) button of the camera. These secondary functions are
indicated by icons or text above the key as shown below.
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ARD
LED IR
Flash
Video Mic
Lens
Motion/ Low
Battery Indicator
Light
Sensor
DC in
Cover Plug
Lock
Hole
PIR
Sensor
Tripod Socket
Fig. 1: Connections
Latch
Video Mic
USB Port
FRONT VIEW
DC In
INSIDE VIEW
SD Card Slot
Cable to Battery
Compartment
LCD Screen
UP/Video
DOWN/Photo
LEFT
MENU
OK
Power/Mode
Switch
ON
SETUP
OFF
RIGHT/Shot
Fig. 2: Button and
Switch Guide
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INSTALLING THE BATTERIES AND SD CARD
Before you begin learning how to use your Trophy Cam HD, you will first
need to install a set of batteries and insert an SD card. Although that may
only take you a minute, there are some important notes about both batteries
and SD cards you should be aware of, so please take the time to read the
following directions and cautions:
Loading Batteries
After opening the two latches on the right side of the
Trophy Cam HD, you will see that the Trophy Cam
HD has eight or twelve battery slots, depending on
your model. For maximum battery life, you should install
a full set of batteries. The Trophy Cam HD may also
be operated by just four batteries installed in the first
slots only (starting on the top or left-see photos).
Battery life will be shorter with 4 batteries, but the
camera will operate normally. Whether you use 4 or
a full set, be sure to insert each battery with correct
polarity (negative or “flat” end against the long spring
of each battery slot).
Bushnell recommends using a full set of new lithium
AA (Energizer® brand) or alkaline AA batteries. NiMh
Rechargeable batteries are not recommended, as the
lower voltage they produce can cause operational
issues.
Optionally, you can connect the #119656C Accessory Solar Panel (please
visit www.bushnell.com for more information) to the “DC In” jack at the
bottom of the Trophy Cam HD (other external power supplies should not
be used, as the camera and/or display may not function correctly). If the
solar panel is connected and AA batteries are installed, the Trophy Cam HD
will be powered by the solar panel's rechargeable lith-ion battery, as long as
it provides adequate voltage (if not, the camera will switch to battery power).
The solar panel's battery will power the camera at night.
When the batteries become weak (or a device with insufficient power is
connected to DC In), the low-battery indicator LED will glow blue, indicating
the batteries should be changed (pg 6, Front View).
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Inserting the SD Card
The Trophy Cam HD has 32MB of internal memory, which can hold only
about 20 photos (@ 5MP resolution). This is handy for testing and getting
familiar with the camera, but you will no doubt want to leave the camera
unattended for longer than a day, so using an SD card is recommended for
all models. Insert the SD card (with the camera’s power switch in the OFF
position) before beginning to operate the camera. Don’t insert or remove the
SD card when the power switch is in the ON position.
The Trophy Cam HD uses a standard SD (Secure Digital) memory card to
save photos (in .jpg format) and/or videos (in .avi format). SD and SDHC
(High Capacity) cards up to a maximum 32GB capacity are supported.
Using high speed SD cards (SanDisk® Ultra® or Extreme® series or similar)
is recommended if you will use the 1280x720 or 1920x1080 video settings.
Before inserting the SD card into the card slot after opening the camera’s
front cover, please make sure that the write-protect switch on the side of the
card is “off” (NOT in the “Lock” position). The following describes how to
insert and remove the SD card:
•
Insert the SD card into the card slot with its label side upwards (see
below). A “click” sound indicates that the card is installed successfully.
If the wrong side of the card is facing up, you will not be able to insert
it without force-there is only one correct way to insert cards. If the SD
card is not installed correctly, the device will not display an SD card icon
on the LCD in SETUP mode (the SD card icon displayed after switching
to SETUP mode will have a “lock” symbol inside it in it if the card is locked).
Formatting the SD card by using the Trophy Cam HD’s “Format”
parameter before using it for the first time is recommended, especially
when a card has been used in other devices (see pg. 22, “Format” for
details).
•
To take out the SD card, just gently push in the card (do not try to pull it
out without pushing in first). The card is released from the slot and ready
to be removed when you hear the click. WARNING: Be sure the camera’s power is switched
OFF before inserting or removing SD cards or batteries.
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USING THE Trophy Cam HD
Once you’ve prepared your Trophy Cam HD by properly installing batteries
and an SD card, you could simply take it outside, strap it to a tree, switch it
on and leave-and you might get some great photos that are exactly what you
wanted. However, we highly recommend that you first spend some additional
time indoors with this manual and your camera until you know a bit more
about what the 3-way switch and those control keys do. If nothing else, you’ll
probably want to at least set the date and time so the camera will imprint
them (or not-it’s your option) on your photos as they are taken, learn how to
set the camera to shoot video clips instead of still photos if you like, and read
some tips about mounting it on a tree.
THE OFF, ON, AND SETUP MODES
The Trophy Cam HD has three basic operational modes:
• OFF mode: Power switch in the OFF position.
• ON mode: Power switch in the ON position (LCD screen is off.)
• SETUP mode: Power switch at SETUP position (LCD screen is on).
OFF Mode
The OFF mode is the “safe” mode when any actions must be taken, e.g.,
replacing the SD card or batteries, or transporting the device. You will also
use OFF mode if you connect the camera to a computer’s USB port later
to download your photos/videos. And of course, when you are storing or
not using the camera, you will switch it to OFF. Please note that even in
the OFF mode the Trophy Cam HD still consumes power at a very low
level. Therefore, it’s a good idea to take the batteries out of the battery
compartment if the camera will not be used for a long time.
ON Mode
Anytime after the batteries and SD card have been inserted, you can switch
on the camera. When the power switch is moved to the top position, the
camera will enter into the ON (Live) mode. The motion indicator LED
(pg. 7, “Front View”) will blink red for about 10 seconds. This interval allows
time for you to close the Trophy Cam HD’s front cover, lock it, and leave
the monitored area. Once in the ON mode, no manual controls are needed
or possible (the control keys have no effect). The Trophy Cam HD will take
photos or videos automatically (according to its current parameter settings)
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when it is triggered by the PIR sensor’s detection of activity in the area it
covers.
You can either move the power switch directly from OFF to ON mode, or
stop at the SETUP position first to change one or more settings, then move
the switch to ON after you have finished doing so.
SETUP Mode
In the SETUP mode you can check and change the settings of the Trophy
Cam HD with the help of its built-in LCD. These settings, found in the SETUP
Menu, let you change the photo or video resolution, interval between photos,
switch the time imprint on, etc. Moving the power switch to the SETUP
position will turn on the LCD display, and you will see an information screen
that shows how many images have been taken, the battery level, camera or
video mode, etc (Fig. 3, next page).
NOTE: Always move the power switch from OFF to SETUP mode. It
is possible that the camera could lockup if it is switched from ON to
SETUP mode. If this occurs, simply move the switch to OFF and then
push it up to SETUP again.
SETUP Mode Shortcut Keys/Functions
As mentioned earlier in “Parts & Controls”, four of the keys below the LCD
have secondary, “shortcut” functions when the camera is switched to
SETUP mode (but the MENU key has not been pressed):
• Press the UP key to quickly set the camera to shoot video clips.
• Press the DOWN key to quickly set the camera to take still photos.
• Press the RIGHT key to manually trigger the shutter. This is useful
for testing the camera-make sure you are in SETUP mode, press the
RIGHT key, and a few seconds later a photo or video (depending on
how the camera was set) will be saved to the SD card (or internal
memory if no card is inserted). The “number of images taken” counter
on the bottom left of the LCD will increase by one. If the display
indicates “SD PROTECTED” when you press the SHOT key, switch
the camera OFF, remove the SD card and slide its protect switch off.
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Fig. 3: SETUP Information Screen
Camera (Still Photo) Mode
Image Size (Resolution)
SD Card Status
Still Photo Mode
Battery Level
Date:Month-Day-Year
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Time Stamp
Time
Hour:Minute:Second
Field Scan On
# of Photos Taken
Remaining Photo Capacity
Video Mode
Video Sound On
Video Resolution
Video Mode
4
Available Video Recording Time
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Using the SETUP Menu to Change Settings
The main purpose of the SETUP mode is to allow you to change the settings
of the camera’s parameters (19 different ones are available!) so your Trophy
Cam HD operates exactly the way you want it to. You will do this by entering
the SETUP Menu and pressing the keys below the LCD display, which will
show you each parameter and its setting.
Changing Parameter Settings in SETUP Mode
A wide range of options or “parameters” are provided to allow you to set the
Trophy Cam HD to your operational preferences. To change the setting of
any parameter you must first switch to the SETUP mode. Once in SETUP
mode, pressing the MENU button will allow you to select any parameter and
change its setting. The name of the parameter and its current setting will be
shown on the LCD. Pressing the RIGHT or LEFT key scrolls to the next or
previous parameter (RIGHT key to move on to the next parameter and LEFT
key to go back to the previous parameter), and pressing the UP or DOWN
key lets you select a different setting for the currently displayed parameter.
Once you have selected your preferred new setting for a parameter, press
the OK button to save the new setting (actually change it). When you are
finished changing the settings of one or more parameters, press MENU
again to exit the SETUP menu. MENU can also be pressed anytime you
want to cancel changing a parameter’s setting after a new setting has been
selected (but OK has not been pressed yet). After setting the parameters
to your preferences, be sure to move the switch to ON to begin actually
taking photos or videos. No images will be captured if the switch is left in the
SETUP position (unless you press the RIGHT/Shot key after exiting the menu)in fact, the camera will power off automatically after a few minutes with no
key pressed.
Parameter Settings Display
The settings for each parameter are shown on the display screen of your
Trophy Cam HD. Only one setting is displayed at a time, starting with the
current setting for the parameter when it is first selected (pg. 13, Fig. 4a).
To change the setting, use the UP/DOWN keys to display the new setting
you want (Fig. 4b), then press OK to “Execute” (make the actual change to
this setting). If you want to confirm this setting is now the current one, just
press the RIGHT key to scroll to the next parameter, then press LEFT to go
back again to the previous one. You should see the parameter setting you
just made.
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Fig. 4: Selecting Parameter Settings
Press MENU
(4a)
Press DOWN
(4b)
Press OK
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EXAMPLES-Changing the Settings of Some Common
Parameters
Following this page, you will find tables listing all of the parameters found in
the SETUP Menu, along with their possible settings (or range of settings),
and a detailed description of what the parameter controls and what
the settings do. If you read the previous section detailing how to select
parameters and change their settings, you should be able to dive right in, find
the parameter(s) you want, and setup the camera to suit your preferences.
But maybe you’d rather walk through an example or two first:
To change any parameter’s setting, always start with the power switch in the
SETUP position. After the LCD comes on, press the MENU key.
The first parameter you will see when you first enter the SETUP Menu is
“Mode”. To change it from its default setting of “Camera” (still photos) to
“Video” (shoot video clips), press the DOWN key to select the “Video”
setting. Press the OK key to “Execute” (Set) the new setting you’ve selected
for this parameter.
Now press the RIGHT key to move to another parameter in the Menu.
Pressing it three times will take you to “Capture Number”. Try using the UP
and DOWN keys to scroll through the range of settings, then press OK to
lock in your setting for the number of photos the camera takes each time it's
triggered.
Pressing the RIGHT key until you reach the last menu item, you'll see the
“Default Set” parameter. Highlight or select “Execute” (using UP or DOWN)
and press OK to restore all parameters (including the Mode and Video
Length parameters you changed a minute ago) back to their original factory
default settings. The default settings for each parameter are indicated in bold
type in the SETUP Menu tables on the next several pages.
Be sure to set the current date and time, using the “Set Clock” parameter, if you
choose to change the “Time Stamp” parameter setting to “On” since that will tell
the camera to imprint the date and time on each of the images it captures.
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Field Scan 2x with Live Trigger Feature
Field Scan is a revolutionary new feature for the Bushnell Trophy Cam HD,
which allows you to monitor your food plots or field edges with time lapse
images or video. When set to “On”, the Trophy Cam HD will take a photo
(or record a video clip) automatically at your choice of intervals (for example,
once every five minutes) during one or two blocks of time you set up for each
day, without requiring a trigger from an active animal. This has the
advantage of giving you the ability to monitor the edge of a field that might
be 50 or 150 yards away from the camera out of the PIR sensor’s range. The
result is an effective range much greater than it would normally be, with the
camera dependant on triggers generated by nearby animals. This is a great
tool for hunters to scout an entire field with only one camera.
If an animal does enter the area covered by the PIR sensor and generate a
trigger event during a time in between the Field Scan intervals you set, the
camera will capture an image or video just as it normally would, based on
your other menu settings. Here’s how to setup and use Field Scan (be sure
you’ve set the current time in “Set Clock” first, so your Field Scan recording
will stop and start at the correct times of day):
1. Move the main switch to SETUP, then press MENU.
2. Keep pressing the RIGHT key, stepping through the Setup Menu until
you reach Field Scan.
3. Press the UP key to select On, and press OK (Step 1, pg.17). You will
see "A", representing the first block of time you can define (a second
block of time later in the day, "B" can also be setup if you wish). Press
OK (Step 2). This takes you to the screen to set Start and Stop times,
which determines the clock times when the first block of Field Scan
recording will begin and end for each day. You can set these times to
the exact hour and minute you want, for a recording “window” that
lasts anywhere from just a minute to a full 24 hours.
4. Set the [Start] and [Stop] times, beginning with the Start hour, using
the UP/DOWN keys to change the setting (Step 3). The hour setting
is based on a 24-hour clock, with “00” hours = midnight, “12” hours
= noon, “23” hrs = 11PM, etc. To move to the next setting, press the
RIGHT key, change the minute for the Start time with UP/DOWN,
then on to the hour and minute settings for the Stop time.
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5. After you finish setting the Stop minutes, press OK to confirm your
settings for the first block of Field Scan recording. If desired, you can
create a second block of time by pressing the DOWN key to select "B"
(Step 4), then press OK and follow the same process to set Start and
Stop times for Field Scan block "B" (Step 5). As an example of how you
might use these two available time blocks, you could setup Field Scan
time block "A" for the dawn hours from 6 AM to 8 AM, and block "B"
to capture images between 5:30 and 7 PM. No Field Scan recording
would occur from 8AM to 5:30PM, or from 7PM to 6AM.
6. After setting Start/Stop times to define Field Scan block "A" and/or
"B", press OK, then press the UP or DOWN key to select "Interval"
and press OK (Step 6). The Field Scan "Interval" setting lets you
control how often a photo or video clip is recorded during the block(s)
of time you defined with the Start and Stop settings. Your options are
60 minutes, 30 minutes, 15 minutes, 5 minutes (this is the default), or
1 minute (still photo mode only). Use the UP/DOWN keys to select
your preference, then press OK to save it (Step 7). Note that for videos,
"Interval" is independent of the Length of each video recording-it’s
how often videos are recorded, not how long each one lasts.
7. Here’s an example of how the camera would operate, based on the
following Field Scan settings:
Field Scan: On
Field Scan A:
[Start]: 6:00
[Stop]: 8:00
Field Scan B:
[Start]: 17:30
[Stop]: 19:00
Interval: 15M
Note: avoid any "overlap" of Field Scan A & B
recording blocks when setting their start and stop
times, to assure correct operation. Also-if the "Camera
Mode" menu parameter is set to "Day" or "Night"
operation only, that will take priority over your Field
Scan settings. Set the Camera Model to "24 HR" if
you are setting both day and night start and/or stop
times in Field Scan.
These settings would cause the camera to capture a photo (or video,
if the camera is set to that mode) once every 15 minutes, beginning at
6 AM, until the Field Scan "A" recording block stops at 8:00 AM. Later
that day, the camera would again take a photo or video every 15 minutes
between 5:30 PM and 7:00 PM (during Field Scan time block "B").
The next day, the camera would again record an image or video once
every 15 minutes between 6:00 and 8:00 AM, and between 5:30 and
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7:00 PM. No Field Scan recording would occur from 8AM to 5:30PM,
or from 7PM to 6AM. Remember, Field Scan recording is independent
of normal triggers due to animal activity–even if no animals enter the IR
sensor coverage zone, an image or video will still be captured every 15
minutes during the block(s) of time. If an animal triggers the camera “in
between” the 15 minute intervals, it will be recorded.
Note: Field Scan settings of frequent intervals and/or long periods
between start and stop time can reduce battery life.
(Step 1)-set Field
Scan Mode to “On”
(Step 2)-select Field
(Step 3)-set Field
Scan "A" (press OK) Scan "A" Stop & Start
Steps 4 & 5 are
optional (only
required if you want
to set up a second
block of Field Scan
recording with
(Step 4) (opt)-select Field (Step 5) (opt)-set Field
different stop and
Scan "B" (press OK) Scan "B" Stop & Start
start times)
Note: the Interval
Setting sets the
timing between each
image for both Field
Scan "A" and "B"
recording blocks.
(Step 6)-select Field
Scan "Interval"
(Step 7)-set Field
Scan Interval
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The SETUP Menu – Parameters and Settings List
w/Descriptions
Parameter
Settings
Description
(Bold=default)
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Mode
Camera, Video,
Hybrid
Selects whether still photos or video
clips are captured when the camera
is triggered. Hybrid mode combines
both Camera and Video, so a still
photo and a video clip are both
captured for each trigger.
Image Size
(only affects
still photos
in Camera or
Hybrid modes)
3M Pixel,
5M Pixel,
8M Pixel,
Selects resolution for still photos
from 3 to 8 megapixels. Higher
resolution produces better quality
photos, but creates larger files
that take up more of the SD card
capacity (fills up faster). 5M is a good
compromise between quality and
file size.
Image Format
(only affects still
photosformat for video
is tied to Video
Size)
Full Screen,
Wide Screen
Selects 4:3 (Fullscreen, like old TV
sets) or 16:9 (Widescreen, like new
flat TVs) “aspect ratio” for still photos.
If you like to view your photos on a
TV set or computer monitor, you can
set the format to match it.
Capture
Number
(only affects
still photos
in Camera or
Hybrid modes)
1 Photo,
2 Photo,
3 Photo
Selects how many photos are taken
in sequence per trigger in Camera
mode. This setting affects photos
taken in Field Scan mode as well (to
snap two photos every 10 minutes,
for example). Please also refer to the
Interval parameter.
Parameter
Settings
Description
(Bold=default)
LED Control
(Multi-Flash
feature)
Low, Medium,
High
Controls how many LED lamps fire
when images are taken in low light.
“High”=all 33 LEDs fire, which is
the default setting. Set to Medium or
Low if you are getting overexposed
flash photos or will place the camera
at very close range to the subject
you want to photograph. In general,
select High if most of your intended
subjects will be over 30 ft. from the
camera, Medium for the 15 to 30 ft.
range, and Low for subjects under
15 ft. away. Note: in video mode, 21
LEDs fire in both High & Medium
(default) settings. Set to Low if
videos are overexposed.
Camera Name
(Input)
Allows the user to set a custom
name for the camera. Useful for ID
purposes when multiple cameras are
setup, since each camera will imprint
its name on all photos (but not
videos) it captures.
See "Using the
Setup Menu Input
Screens"
Video Size
(only affects
video clips in
Video or Hybrid
modes)
(Model 119676/
119677):
1280x720,
640x360,
320x180
(Model 119678):
1920x1080,
1280x720,
640x360
Selects video resolution (in pixels
per frame). Higher resolution
produces better quality videos,
but creates larger files that take
up more of the SD card capacity
(fills up faster). 640x360 is VGA
video in "widescreen" 16:9 format.
The highest setting provides HD
video. Using high speed SD cards
(SanDisk® Ultra® or Extreme® series
or similar) is recommended if you will
use the 1280x720 or 1920x1080
video settings.
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Parameter
Settings
Description
(Bold=default)
Video Length
(only affects
video clips in
Video or Hybrid
modes)
10S (second)
default, with 60S
to 5S possible
range
Sets length per captured video
clip. Settings begin with 10 second
default when parameter is first
selected. After stepping down to
5S, video length settings start over
at 60S.
Interval
10S (second)
default, with a
60M (minute)
to1S (second)
range of settings
available.
Selects the length of time that the
camera will “wait” until it responds
to any additional triggers from the
PIR after an animal is first detected
and remains within the sensor’s
range. During this user set “ignore
triggers” interval, the camera will not
capture photos/videos. This prevents
the card from filling up with too
many redundant images. Settings
begin with 10 second default when
parameter is first selected. Note: after
setting down past “1S”, settings start
over at “60M”.
(60M-1M are set
in one minute
increments,
59S-1S are set
in one second
increments)
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Parameter
Settings
Description
(Bold=default)
Sensor Level
Low, Normal,
High, Auto
Selects the sensitivity of the PIR
sensor. The “High” setting will make
the camera more sensitive to infrared
(heat) and more easily triggered by
motion, and the “Low” setting makes
it less sensitive to heat and motion.
The High setting can be useful
when the ambient temperature is
warm (making it more difficult for the
sensor to detect animals), and the
Low setting may help in cold weather
if the camera is being triggered too
often by anything warmer than the
surroundings. “Normal” is for average
or moderate conditions. The default
“Auto” setting will allow the camera
to determine the best setting based
on its current operating temperature.
This is an ideal setting if the weather
is expected to change significantly
during the period the camera will be
used.
NV (Night
Vision) Shutter
High, Medium,
Low
Affects the shutter speed during
Night Vision operation. High will
freeze motion better, but photos
may be darker. A Low shutter speed
setting will produce brighter photos,
but rapid motion may be blurred.
Medium is a good compromise.
Camera Mode
24 Hrs, Day,
Night
Allows user to limit operation to only
day or night period if desired. An
ambient light level sensor determines
"Day" vs "Night" automatically. This
setting takes priority over any Field
Scan settings.
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Parameter
Settings
Description
(Bold=default)
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Format
Execute (followed
by an additional
No/Yes step)
Deletes (erases) all files stored
on a card to prepare it for reuse.
Always format a card that has been
previously used in other devices.
Caution! Make sure you have
downloaded and backed up any
files you want to preserve first!
Press OK to execute, press MENU
(or select NO then press OK) to exit
without formatting.
Time Stamp
Off, On
Select “On” if you want the date &
time (that the image was captured)
imprinted on every photo/video,
select “Off” for no imprint. Note:
the current temperature, moon
phase, and (user set) camera name
will also be imprinted on your still
photos. Model 119678C imprints the
barometric pressure as well (on still
photos only).
Set Clock
(Set)
Press OK and use the UP/DOWN
keys (to change the setting) and
LEFT/RIGHT keys ( to move
to the next field) to set the hour
(24-hr format only, “00”=midnight,
“12”=noon) and minute, and then
(on the lower row), the year, month
and date.
Parameter
Settings
Description
(Bold=default)
Field Scan
On, Off
(After On is
selected): “A”
Start/Stop, “B”
Start/Stop,
Interval
Turns Field Scan (Time Lapse)
recording mode on/off. When
activated, Field Scan forces the
camera to take photos or videos
even when it is not triggered by a
nearby live animal, useful for constant
monitoring of an area that might be
far away from the camera. The user
can set the start and stop times for
up to two independent “blocks” of
Field Scan recording, as well as the
interval time between each photo/
video. To ensure correct operation,
avoid setting overlapping start/stop
times for Field Scan A and B. Please
read the “Field Scan 2x…” section of
this manual for details on using this
feature. NOTE: If the "Camera Mode"
parameter is set to "Day" or "Night"
operation only, that will take priority
over your Field Scan settings. Set
Camera Mode to "24HR" if you are
setting day and night Field Scan start
and/or stop times.
Coordinate
Input
Off, On
Allows the user to input latitude
and longitude coordinates for the
camera’s location. This data will
be embedded in the files saved on
the camera’s SD card (if “On” is
selected). This makes it possible
to see each camera’s location as a
“pushpin” on Google Earth maps
when reviewing a folder full of photos from multiple cameras, or use
other “geotag” capable software
(Picassa, etc).
See "Using the
Setup Menu
Input Screens"
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Parameter
Settings
Description
(Bold=default)
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Video Sound
(only affects
video clips in
Video or Hybrid
modes)
On, Off
Select “On” to record audio along
with the video when the camera is
set to video mode (saved file sizes
will be slightly larger).
Default Set
Cancel,
Execute
Select “Execute” and press OK
to restore all parameters to the
original factory default settings.
If the camera is behaving oddly
and you think you may have
changed the setting for something
accidently (but aren’t sure which
one), this will reset all parameters
to their most commonly used or
“generic” settings.
USING THE SETUP MENU INPUT SCREENS
Camera Name Input
After selecting the Camera Name parameter (the only setting is "Input"),
press OK. If necessary, delete the previous or default name by pressing the
RIGHT key until the backspace symbol (
) (located between letters "A"
& "B", also between "j" & "k") is highlighted, then keep pressing OK. Select
(highlight) each alphanumeric character you want, using the LEFT/RIGHT
keys, and pressing OK after each one to set it. When finished naming the
camera, press MENU to save the name to memory.
Coordinate Input
After selecting the Coordinate Input parameter, press UP or DOWN to
select the On setting and press OK. The latitude and longitude for any
location where you plan to place the camera can be obtained at many
websites, for example: http://itouchmap.com/latlong.html. You can enter
a nearby street address, just zip code, or use the various types of maps to
locate the approximate position. The format you will need to use to enter the
coordinates in the Trophy Cam HD menu screen is shown below:
Degrees
N=North, Latitude
S=South (3 digits)
Minutes Seconds
Latitude
(La) N000,00'00"
Longitude
(Lo) W000,00'00"
Degrees
W=West, Longitude Minutes Seconds
E=East (3 digits)
Note: You may see "negative" latitude or longitude coordinates online. These
designate South latitudes and West longitudes. US/Canada locations will
have North (+) latitude coordinates and West (-) longitude coordinates.
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MOUNTING and POSITIONING the TROPHY
CAM HD
Mounting
After you’ve set up the camera’s parameters to your personal preferences
at home or in your truck, you’re ready to take it outside and slide the power
switch to “ON”. When setting up the Trophy Cam HD for scouting game or
other outdoor applications, you must be sure to mount it in place correctly
and securely. We recommend mounting the Trophy Cam HD on a sturdy
tree with a diameter of about 6 in. (15cm). To get the optimal picture quality,
the tree should be about 16-17 ft. (5 meters) away from the place to be
monitored, with the camera placed at a height of 5-6.5 ft. (1.5~2 m). Also,
keep in mind that you will get the best results at night when the subject is
within the ideal flash range, no farther than 60’ (19m) and no closer than 10’
(3m) from the camera.
There are two ways to mount the Trophy Cam HD: using the provided
adjustable web belt, or the tripod socket.
Using the adjustable web belt: Fig. 5 illustrates using the web belt on
the Trophy Cam HD. Push one end of the belt through the two brackets
on the back of the Trophy Cam HD. Thread one plastic buckle part onto
each end of the belt. Fasten the belt securely around the tree trunk by
clicking the buckle ends together after tightening the belt so there is no
slack left.
Using the tripod socket: The camera is equipped with a socket at the
bottom end to enable mounting on a tripod or other mounting accessories
with a standard1/4-20 thread.
Fig. 5: Attaching the Belt
Belt
Channel
Strap Buckle
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Another socket, on the back of the camera, is also provided for accessory
mounting devices. Two optional mounting accessories, a “Bear Safe”
metal camera box (#119657C for 119676C/119677C, #119658C for
119678C) and Deluxe Tree Bracket (# 119652C fits all 3 camera models)
are also available-please see your Bushnell dealer or website for more details.
Note: an accessory solar panel (#119656C) supplemental power source is
also available - please visit www.bushnell.com for more information.
Sensing Angle and Distance Test
To test whether the Trophy Cam HD can effectively monitor the area you
choose, this test is recommended to check the sensing angle and monitoring
distance of the Trophy Cam HD. To perform the test:
• Switch the Trophy Cam HD to the SETUP mode.
• Make movements in front of the camera at several positions within
the area where you expect the game or subjects to be. Try different
distances and angles from the camera.
• If the motion indicator LED light blinks, it indicates that position can be
sensed. If it does not blink, that position is outside of the sensing area.
The results of your testing will help you find the best placement when
mounting and aiming the Trophy Cam HD. The height away from the ground
for placing the device should vary with the animal size appropriately. In
general, 3 to 6 feet is preferred.
You can avoid potential false triggers due to temperature and motion
disturbances in front of the camera by not aiming it at a heat source or nearby
tree branches or brush (especially on windy days).
Switching ON the Camera
Once you switch to the ON mode, the motion indicator LED (red) will blink for
about 10 seconds. This gives you time to close and lock the front cover of the
Trophy Cam HD and then walk away. During this time, the motion indicator
LED will blink red continuously. After it stops blinking, the PIR is active, and
any motion that is detected by it will trigger the capture of photos or videos
as programmed in the SETUP Menu. Be sure you have read the descriptions
of the Capture Number, Video Length, Interval and Sensor Level parameters.
Please note, the PIR is strongly sensitive to ambient temperature. The greater
the temperature difference between the environment and your subject, the
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farther the possible sensing distance. The average sensing distance is about
45 ft.
Before leaving the camera unattended, please check for the following:
• Are the batteries or DC power supply inserted/connected with correct
polarity and is the power level is sufficient?
• Does the SD card have sufficient available space and is its writeprotection (lock) switch off?
• Is the Power switch in the ON position? (do not leave it in SETUP).
About the ARD (Anti Reflective Device)
A removable filter grid (ARD) covers the LED flash, so that light reflections
from the protective black glass panel over the LED array are greatly reduced.
This helps to prevent detection of the camera by animals (and potential
thieves). If getting maximum light output from the LED flash is a higher priority
than concealment, the ARD grid may be easily removed by inserting a small
screwdriver, key, etc. in the slot at the lower center of the ARD (above the
camera lens), and gently pulling it up away from the camera (see pg. 6).
REVIEWING/DELETING THE PHOTOS/VIDEOS
After you have setup, mounted and activated your Trophy Cam HD, you will
of course be eager to return later and review the images it has captured for
you. There are several different ways this can be done.
Reviewing Images Directly From the SD Card
This is the most popular method of viewing images. Since unmounting the
camera and taking it to your computer isn’t very convenient, you may find it
easier to just take the card out. By removing the SD card (swapping it for a
new empty card if you like) and taking it to your home or campsite to view
the images by using an SD card “reader” (user supplied) connected to your
computer (some computers and TVs have a built in SD card slot), you can
leave the camera in place ready to capture more images. Once connected,
the card reader works the same way as described below-please read that
section if you have any problem finding your files.
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Reviewing Images by Connecting the Camera to a Computer
You can always unmount the entire camera from the tree and connect its
USB port to a computer-it will be recognized as a “removable disk”, without
the need to install any drivers or software. When using a PC (or Mac*) to view
photos (or video clips*), first connect the device to the computer with the
supplied USB cable. Then use commercial software with an image browser
feature, or an image browser included with the PC’s operating system to
view images saved on the SD card in the folder \DCIM\100EK113 (a new
folder will be created every 1000 images). Each new image or video will be
numbered incrementally in order of the time it was captured. For example, you
will see file names such as “EK0001.JPG” or “EK0001.AVI”, etc. Through the
file format suffix you can distinguish whether the file is a still photo (with suffix
.JPG) or a video (with suffix .AVI).
*video files may require additional software for viewing on a Mac.
The Trophy Cam HD supports 3 kinds of file system formats, FAT12, FAT16,
and FAT32. The default value is FAT16 to save photos and videos. Here are
some related notes:
• You don’t need to be concerned about the file system format of the
Trophy Cam HD unless your equipment has problems reading the SD
card. If this happens, please format the SD card with the Trophy Cam
HD or in your computer first and then insert the card into your Trophy
Cam HD and try again.
• The default file system format of the Trophy Cam HD is FAT16, which
most computers can read. If you format an SD card for the Trophy
Cam HD in your computer, you should choose the file system format
FAT16. Normally FAT16 is recommended unless you have another
image viewer that uses FAT12 or FAT32 format.
Deleting Photos or Videos
To delete all photos from the installed SD card, use the Format parameter
(see pg. 22 for details).
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DOWNLOADING THE PHOTOS/VIDEOS
To download your photos/videos to a PC or Mac*, first make sure the Trophy
Cam HD power switch is in the OFF position. Connect the supplied cable to
the camera’s USB port, then directly to a main USB port on your computerdo not use front panel/keyboard USB ports or unpowered “hubs”.
The Trophy Cam HD will be recognized as a standard “USB Mass Storage”
device (this may take several seconds the first time you connect it). If you
would rather leave your camera in the woods and just pull its SD card out, an
SD card reader works the same way as described in this section once the
card is inserted and the reader is connected to your computer.
With Windows XP or later*, you can then simply use the options in the popup window to copy, view, or print your photos (right).
On all Windows OS, the Trophy Cam HD will also
be listed as a “Removable Disk” if you open the “My
Computer” window (on Macs, an icon will appear on
your desktop). The Trophy Cam HD’s photo files are
named “EK0001.JPG” etc, and are located in the
“DCIM\100EK113” folder on this “Removable Disk”.
Video file names will end with “.AVI”. You may copy the
photos/videos to your hard drive as you would any filejust copy/paste or drag the file names or icons to your
drive or desktop.
After the photos are copied to your hard drive, you can disconnect the
Trophy Cam HD. (On Mac computers, drag the “disk” that appeared on
your desktop when the camera was connected into your Trash to “eject” it
before disconnecting.) The .JPG format photo files from the Trophy Cam
HD may be viewed and edited with any photo software you choose to use.
The .AVI video files may be viewed with the Windows Media Player on PCs
with Windows 7.
*If your computer is running an older version of Windows, or you are on a
Mac, and you don’t already have a compatible video player, you can download
a free version of the DivX player from http://www.divx.com/.
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TROUBLESHOOTING / FAQ
Camera takes continuous images of no subject
A camera has what is known as a “false trigger” if the PIR sensor thinks
that there is motion and heat in front of the camera lens when there is
no subject in the image. These “False Triggers” are the result of placing
the camera in an environment where there is motion associated with tree
branches creating motion in front of the camera or an area where there
is high heat in the foreground and any motion from wind could set off the
camera. Setting a camera up over water is also a potential cause for this
issue. To remedy this situation:
1. Try moving the camera to an area that does not have any of these issues or try changing the sensor level on the menu settings.
2. If the camera continues to take images when there is no subject in
them, try placing the camera in an inside environment and aiming at a
location where there is no motion.
3. If the camera continues to show issues, then there is probably an
electronic component issue. If this is the case, please contact our
customer service to send the camera back for repair.
Battery life is shorter than expected
1. Battery life will vary with operating temperature and the number of
images taken over time. Typically, the Trophy Cam HD will be able to
capture several thousand images before the batteries die.
2. Check to make sure you have used new alkaline or lithium batteries.
Bushnell recommends using a full set of Energizer® Lithium
AA batteries in your Trophy Cam HD model to obtain maximum
battery life.
3. Make sure that the power switch was turned to the “On” position and
that the camera was not left in “Setup” mode while in the field.
4. Make sure that you are using a good quality name brand SD card in
your camera. Bushnell recommends SanDisk® brand SD Cards up
to 32GB (Ultra® or Extreme® series for HD video). Our experience
indicates that poor quality SD cards can sometimes reduce your
Trophy Cam HD battery life.
Camera stops taking images or won’t take images
1. Please make sure that the SD card is not full. If the card is full, the
camera will stop taking images.
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2. Check the batteries to make sure that they are new alkaline or lithium
AA batteries. See note above about short battery life.
3. Make sure that the camera power switch is in the “On” position and not
in the “Off” or “Setup” modes.
4. Make sure that you are using a good quality SD card in your camera.
Bushnell recommends SanDisk® SD Cards up to 32GB (Ultra® or
Extreme® series for HD video) . 5. If the SD card has its write protect switch in the lock position, the
camera will not take images.
6. If you have used an SD card in another device before inserting it in your
Trophy Cam HD, you might want to try formatting the card using the
“Format” parameter in Setup mode (make sure you have backed up any
important files first, as formatting will erase all previous files). In some
cases, other devices may change the formatting of the SD card so that
it will not work properly with the Trophy Cam HD.
Camera won’t power up
1. Make sure that you have installed at least 4 batteries (the required
minimum #) in the battery compartment, starting at the top, filling
battery spaces 1-4 with no “gaps”.
Bushnell recommends using a full set of 8 or 12 Energizer®
Lithium AA batteries in your Trophy Cam HD (the max. capacity for
your model).
2. Make sure that the batteries are installed correctly, observing proper
polarity. Always place the negative (flat) end of each battery in contact
with the spring side of its slot inside the camera.
3. After moving the switch from “Off” to “Setup” or “On”, make sure
that the switch is correctly in position to ensure the proper mode (avoid
positions “between” two modes).
4. Do not move the switch directly from “On” to “Setup”-always move
the switch all the way down to “Off” first, then back up to “Setup”.
Still Photo and/or Video Quality Problems
1. Night photos or videos appear too dark
a. Check the battery indicator icon to see if battery power is full. The
flash will stop operating near the end of the battery life.
b. You will get the best results when the subject is within the ideal
flash range, no farther than 60' (19m) . Subjects may appear too dark
at greater distances.
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c. Please note that when the Capture Number parameter is set higher
than "1 Photo", or with very short Interval settings, some images
may appear darker than others due to the quick response and rapid
retriggering of the camera, allowing less time for the flash to fully
recharge before firing again.
d. Make sure "LED Control" in the setup menu is set to "High" to
ensure maximum output. You can also try setting "NV Shutter" in the
menu to "Low" (slower shutter speed=brighter images, with tradeoff
of increased blur if subject moves rapidly).
e. The ARD (anti-reflective device) shield can be removed to maximize
flash output. See page 29 for more details.
2. Daytime photos or videos appear too dark
Make sure that the camera is not aimed at the sun or other light sources
during the day, as this may cause the auto exposure to produce darker
results.
3. Night photos or videos appear too bright
If the subject is close to the camera (less than10ft/3m), change the
LED Control parameter in the Setup Menu to "Medium" or "Low".
4. Daytime photos or videos appear too bright
Make sure that the camera is not aimed at the sun or other light
sources during the day.
5. Photos with streaked subject
a. In some cases with low lighting conditions and fast moving subjects,
the 5MP or 8MP resolution settings may not perform as well as the
3MP setting.
b. If you have multiple images where fast moving subjects produce
streaks on the photo, try the 3MP setting instead.
c. Set "NV Shutter" to "High" to minimize motion blur.
6. Red, green or blue color cast
a. Under certain lighting conditions, the sensor can become confused
resulting in poor color images.
b. If this is seen on a consistent basis, then the sensor may need
servicing. Please contact Bushnell customer service.
7. Short video clips—not recording to the length set
a. Check to make sure that the SD card is not full.
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b. Make sure that the camera has good batteries in it. Near the end
of the battery life, the camera may choose to record shorter video clips
to conserve power.
Date/Time Stamp not appearing on images
Make sure that the “Time Stamp” parameter is set to “On”.
Photos Do Not Capture Subject of Interest
1. Check the “Sensor Level” (PIR sensitivity) parameter setting. For
2.
3.
4.
5.
warm temperature conditions, set the Sensor Level to “High” and for
cold weather use, set the sensor for “Low”. For variable weather, use
"Auto".
Try to set your camera up in an area where there is not a heat source in
the camera’s line of sight.
In some cases, setting the camera near water will make the camera take
images with no subject in them. Try aiming the camera over ground.
Try to avoid setting the camera up on small trees that are prone to being
moved by strong winds.
Remove any limbs which are right in front of the camera lens.
PIR Sensor LED Flashes/Doesn’t Flash
1. When the camera is in the “Setup” mode, a special LED on the front of
the camera will flash when it senses motion. This is for setup purposes
only and will help the user aim the camera. 2. During use, the LED will not flash when the camera takes an image. This is to help keep the camera hidden from game.
LCD Screen Issues
1. LCD screen powers on but no text is present.
a. After moving the switch from “Off” to “Setup” or “On”, make sure that the switch is correctly in position to ensure the proper mode (avoid
positions “between” two modes).
b. Do not move the switch directly from “On” to “Setup”-always move
the switch all the way down to “Off” first, then back up to “Setup”.
2. LCD screen shows a faint black line after turning from “Setup” to “On”.
The LCD will turn off when you slide the switch to the “On” position. In
some cases, this black line will appear and then fade in about 1
second. This is normal and the camera will function properly.
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3. Screen comes on but then powers off
Make sure that you have installed the SD card correctly.
Camera won’t retain settings
Make sure that you have been saving the changes to any parameter
settings that you made while in Setup mode, by pressing “OK” after
changing the setting. If you don’t save your new setting after changing
it, the camera will continue to use the original default setting for that
parameter.
Moisture or Ants Inside Camera
1. To ensure humidity or rain is kept out of the camera, secure the DC In
plug firmly in place.
2. Ants can be attracted by low level electronic vibrations, and enter
through any gaps between the exterior and interior of the camera.
Make sure the DC In plug is securely attached.
Field Scan (Time Lapse) not working properly
1. Make sure that the stop and start times of Field Scan "A" and "B" do
not overlap (for example, do not set the start time of "B" to 8AM if the
stop time of "A" is 10AM).
2. When using Field Scan in video mode, the smallest interval time available is 5 min, to avoid potential overheating of the batteries and electronic components, which could cause operational failure or damage to
the camera. In still photo mode, a 1 min. Interval can be set.
Do not mix old and new batteries.
Do not mix battery types-use ALL lithium or ALL alkaline.
Rechargeable batteries are not recommended.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Maximum Pixel Size
3264x2448 (8MP)
Lens
F = 3.1; FOV=45°; Auto IR-Cut-Remove (at night)
IR-Flash Range
Selectable (Low/Med/High), up to 60’(19m) on High
Display Screen
Monochrome Display: 24x32mm(1.5”)
Memory Card
SD or SDHC Card, Maximum capacity 32GB
Internal RAM
32MB
Picture Size
8MP = 3264x2448; 5MP = 2592x1944;
3MP = 1920x1440
Video Size
PIR sensitivity
Operation
Response Time
0.2 second
Triggering Interval
1 sec. - 60 min. programmable
Shooting Numbers
1— 3 programmable
Video Length
5-60sec. programmable
Stand-by Current
8x (119676C/119677C) or 12x (119678C) AA
batteries recommended, 4xAA as emergency power
< 0.25mA (<7mAh/day)
Power Consumption
250mA (+1300mA when all LEDs fire)
Night Vision Shutter
Speed
User selectable (High/Med/Low)-affects night (NV)
photos/videos only
Interface
USB; SD card holder; DC external ( >7.5v)
Security
Strap; ¼-20 attachment
Operating
Temperature
-20 - 60°C (Storage temperature: -30 - 70°C)
Operating Humidity
5% - 90%
Power Supply
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1280x720, 640x360, 320x180 (119676C/119677C)
or 1920x1080, 1280x720, 640x360 (119678C) pixels
per frame at 20-30 fps (Day) / 15-20 fps (Night)
Hyper PIR with 4 sensitivity settings: Low/Normal/
High/Auto
User selectable: 24 Hour, Day only, or Night only
(based on ambient light level)
ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Your Bushnell® product is warranted to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for
one year 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
9200 Cody
Overland Park, Kansas 66214
IN CANADA Send To: Bushnell Outdoor Products
Attn.: Repairs
140 Great Gulf Drive, Unit # B
Vaughan, Ontario L4K 5W5
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.
©2014 Bushnell Outdoor Products
Specifications and designs are subject to change without
any notice or obligation on the part of the manufacturer.
FCC Compliance 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.
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.
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.
The device does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Repairs should only be made by
an Authorized Bushnell repair center. Unauthorized repairs or modifications could result in
permanent damage to the equipment, and will void your warranty and your authority to operate
this device under Part 15 regulations.
The shielded interface cable which is provided 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.
Disposal of Electric and Electronic Equipment
(Applicable in the EU and other European countries
with separate collection systems)
This equipment contains electric and/or electronic parts and must therefore not be disposed of
as normal household waste. Instead, it should be disposed at the respective collection points for
recycling provided by the communities. For you, this is free of charge.
If the equipment contains exchangeable (rechargeable) batteries, these too must be removed
before and, if necessary, in turn be disposed of according to the relevant regulations (see also the
respective comments in this unit’s instructions).
Further information about the subject is available at your community administration, your local
waste collection company, or in the store where you purchased this equipment.
For further questions or additional information
please contact:
Bushnell Outdoor Products
9200 Cody, Overland Park, Kansas 66214
(800) 423-3537 • www.bushnell.com
©2014 Bushnell Outdoor Products
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