XTC300 - Agripalvelu
XTC300
XTC300
Owner’s Manual
Owner’s Manual
Midland Radio Corporation
5900 Parretta Drive
Kansas City, MO. 64120
Ph: 816 -241-8500
www.MidXTC.com
02092011
XTC Wearable Video Camera
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Quick Start Guide...................................................................................................................................................................................2
Welcome to XTC Action Camera Experience........................................................................................................................................2
XTC-300 Features and Controls............................................................................................................................................................2
Getting to Know the XTC-300................................................................................................................................................................3
Micro SD Card..................................................................................................................................................................................3
Recording.........................................................................................................................................................................................3
Camera Mounting and Aiming................................................................................................................................................................4
Reformatting the Micro SD card.............................................................................................................................................................4
Downloading Videos..............................................................................................................................................................................5
Compatible Systems..............................................................................................................................................................................5
Minimum System Requirements............................................................................................................................................................5
Tips and Tricks.......................................................................................................................................................................................6
Service and Support...............................................................................................................................................................................7
FCC Information.....................................................................................................................................................................................7
Limited Warranty....................................................................................................................................................................................7
Accessories......................................................................................................................................................................................24
Accessories Order Form..................................................................................................................................................................25
Other Midland Products....................................................................................................................................................................26
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Battery..............................................................................................................................................................................................3
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What’s in the Box...................................................................................................................................................................................2
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INDEX
Quick Start Guide
1. On the back, press the button downwards then open the door.
2. Insert the battery and micro SD card observing proper
direction. Close cover.
3. To start recording, move RECORD switch fully forward
4. To stop recording, slide switch back to the off position.
5. Plug in camera to computer and download video.
XTC-300 Features and Controls
1080p Features:
720p Features:
480 Features:
- 30 frames per second
- 127 degree angle
- 16:9 aspect ratio
- 1920 x 1080 resolution
- Records as mp4
- 60 frames per second
- 170 degree angle
- 16:9 aspect ratio
- 1280 x 720 resolution
- Records as mp4
- 60 frames per second
- 170 degree angle
- 16:9 aspect ratio
- 848 x 480 resolution
- Records as mp4
Welcome to the XTC Action
Camera Experience
Thank you for your purchase of the XTC-300 Action Camera. As someone who seeks adventure, we are proud to offer you the ultimate tool in
capturing and recording your adventures. With easy to use one switch
operation, 127 degree angle lens and 4 hour battery life you never miss
a minute of the action. Once captured, simply connect to your computer
and upload the videos to share with friends. It is that simple. Enjoy!
Lens
Microphone
Track for Mounting
Accessories
What’s in the Box
RECORD Switch
Forward On/ Record
Record LED
Flashes RED when
Camera is Recording
Battery LED
XTC-300 Package Includes:
1. Midland XTC-300 Camera
2. USB Cable
3. Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
4. Goggle Mount
5. Helmet Strap Mount
6. Helmet Adhesive Mount
(includes 2 3M adhesive pads)
7. Bicycle Handlebar Mount
8. USB DC adapter
9. USB AC adapter
10. Submersible Case
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XTC-350 Package Includes:
1. Midland XTC-350 Camera
2. USB Cable
3. Lithium-Ion Battery Pack
4. Visor Mount
5. Tree Mount
6. Bow Mount
7. Bicycle Handlebar Mount
8. USB DC adapter
9. USB AC adapter
10. Submersible Case
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SD card
Reformat Button
HD/SD Mode
Switch
RECORD Switch
Backward Stop
Recording/OFF
SD Card LED
Mini USB
Connector
Micro SD Card Slot
Solid Green
Indicates full battery life
Blinking Green
Battery is charging
Solid Orange
Medium battery life
Solid Red
Indicates low battery life
Blinking Red*
Too low to operate
No Light
Batteries are depleted.
75% more available.
Orange
34% - 75% available.
Red
Less than 34%
or no Micro SD
card installed.
Flashing Red
Cannot read the card.
Flashing Green
Indicates card is being
reformatted.
Memory Size
512 MB
1080p Record 720p Record 480p Record
Time
Time
Time
7.5 Minutes
6.5 Minutes
10 Minutes
1 GB
15 Minutes
13 Minutes
20 Minutes
2 GB
30 Minutes
26 Minutes
40 Minutes
4 GB
*Note: When the red battery LED begins blinking, be prepared
to charge the battery because the camera will stop recording
at this point.
Micro SD Card
1. Lift latch on back to open the door
2. Insert Micro SD card into slot observing proper direction (shown below).
3. Close door until it clicks shut
Meaning
Green
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Meaning
SD card LED
Status
60 Minutes
52 Minutes
80 Minutes
8 GB
120 Minutes
104 Minutes
160 Minutes
16 GB
240 Minutes
208 Minutes
360 Minutes
32 GB
480 Minutes
416 Minutes
720 Minutes
Note:
1. The camera automatically splits the video into 2 GB segments.
2. HD video requires class 4 micro SD card to record and
playback
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Battery Status
Indicator
Recording
1. Move the RECORD switch forward. This turns the camera on.
2. The battery indicator will light from red to green. The SD card
indicator will illuminate. The camera is capturing audio and video when
the REC indicator is flashing.
3. To stop recording, move the RECORD switch back to the off position.
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Getting to Know the XTC-300
Getting to Know the XTC-300
Battery
1. To insert the battery, push down the battery door latch on the back of
the camera.
2. Pull battery door backwards to open.
3. Install Lithium-Ion battery, observing proper direction.
4. Return battery door and click into place.
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Camera Mounting and Aiming
Camera Mounting and Aiming
Mount on Dual Track System
The XTC-300 was innovatively designed with an identical dual track
mount system on either side of the camera. This allows you to mount it
on both sides of a helmet with ease. In addition, the main mount piece is
interchangeable and can be moved from the helmet mount to the goggle
mount. This eliminates the hassle of having to remount the camera
every time.
To mount the camera on the main mount piece, slide the camera onto
the dual track system with the two notches on the mount facing towards
the back of the camera.
To detach the camera from the main mount, hold the camera with the
lens facing away from you. Press down the mount release switch and pull
the mount towards yourself.
Mount using the Thread Mount
On the bottom of the XTC-300 is a standard thread mount that allows the camera to be mounted to a tripod or other fixture with a 1/4-20
(1/4” diameter, 20 threads per inch) 5/16 deep thread. The vented
helmet strap mount is a screw type mount. To affix the camera, insert
the screw on the mount into the camera thread and rotate the camera
clockwise to tighten down onto the screw.
Over tightening may cause damage
to the mount and/or camera
Thread Mount
Screw Mount
Dual Track
Mounting System
Mount Release
Switch
Interchangeable
Mount
Aiming the Camera when mounted with the thread mount:
When mounting the camera on the handlebars of a bike or with the
vented helmet strap mount follow these steps:
1. Consider what you would like to shoot and mount accordingly.
2. Ensure once attached that the camera is aimed straight and not
towards the ground or at the sky.
Reformatting the Micro SD card
Ensure battery is fully charged before formatting
Aiming the Camera when mounted with the dual track mount:
When mounting the camera on a helmet, you must do the following:
1. Consider what you would like to shoot and mount the camera
accordingly- left side, right side or top.
2. Find a flat surface and ensure the area is clean of dirt and debris.
Remove the cover of the adhesive pad and adhere to the helmet.
3. Once attached, adjust the camera to be sure you are not filming the
sky or the ground.
The micro SD card can be reformatted while in the camera. This allows
you to delete all the videos at one time. Follow these steps:
1. Press and hold the micro SD reformat button.
2. Move the RECORD switch to the on position
3. Keep the micro SD card reformat button down until the SD card indicator
begins blinking green.
4. Formatting is complete when the SD card indicator turns on solid.
5. Move the RECORD switch to the off position.
Note: The camera cannot reformat the micro SD card if the low
battery light is on.
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Downloading Videos
SD video
HD video
Processor
2.8 GHz or faster
3.5 GHz or faster
Ram
512 MB or greater
1 GB or greater
Video Card
128 MB or greater
256 MB or greater
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Video playback requires H.264 codec. To obtain more information
go to http://www.midxtc.com/
Compatible Systems
The XTC-300 can be used on both a PC or MAC. Below are the compatible
operating systems:
Windows XP SP2
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Macintosh OSX 10.4 and higher
For Windows we recommend Windows Media Player 10 or higher.
For Macintosh we recommend Quick Time 6.5 or higher.
Downloading Video on a MAC
1. Connect the camera to the USB port using the included cable.
2. Turn the camera on by moving the RECORD switch to the record
position.
3. MAC will automatically recognize the camera external hard drive.
4. Click on the icon on the desktop.
5. Open DCIM Folder.
6. Open 100MEDIA folder.
7. Your videos will be in this folder.
8. Drag video files to your hard drive or double click to view.
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Downloading Videos on a PC with a WINDOWS Operating System
1. Connect the camera to the USB port using the included cable.
2. Turn the camera on by moving the RECORD switch to the
record position.
3. The device should automatically install.
4. Operating system
a. Windows XP
i. Open “My Computer”. The camera will be
listed under devices with removable storage.
b. Windows Vista
i. Open “Computer”. The camera will be
listed under devices with removable storage.
c. Windows 7
i. Open “Computer”. The camera will be
listed under devices with removable storage.
5. Click on the device.
6. Open DCIM Folder.
7. Open 100MEDIA folder.
8. Your videos will be in this folder.
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Minimum System Requirements
There is no need to install any software with the XTC-300. It is a plug
and play device. With this, follow the below instructions depending upon
whether you have a PC or a MAC.
Tips and Tricks
Tips and Tricks
Problem
Make sure battery is fully charged.
Recording
Camera not recording
Slow data transfer
Make sure the switch is pushed all the
way forward. If the record LED does
not come on, turn off the device and
reinstall the battery.
Verify available memory.
Micro SD card
Plug camera into the computer to
verify it has available storage.
Remove other unused USB devices.
Computer does not
recognize camera
File won’t transfer off
memory card
Using Windows, run Check Disk
In the run command type:
chkdsk volume:/f
then press enter
Sound
Verify the camera is plugged into a
USB 2.0 device.
Excessive Wind Noise
Remove other unused USB devices.
Transfer video to computer before
viewing.
Verify computer meets minimum
requirements.
Verify proper codec is installed.
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Ensure the Micro SD card is inserted
properly.
Micro SD card may be corrupted.
Attempt formatting process.
Attempt formatting process.
Video Playback
Slow or choppy video
Verify the camera is plugged into a USB
2.0 device. If registering as 1.1, unplug
and the re-plug the device.
Ensure record switch is in the record
position while connected to computer.
Ensure the Micro SD card is inserted
properly.
Micro SD card not reading
Solution
Video Downloading
Batteries
Camera not turning on
Problem
Solution
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Place piece of tape over microphone
hole.
Try using the submersible case
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Limited Warranty
Midland Radio Corporation will repair or replace, at its option without charge, any Midland XTC-300/350 action camera which fails due to a defect in
material or workmanship within ONE Year following the initial consumer purchase. This warranty does not apply to accidents of any kind, exposure
to pressure, extreme temperatures, and submersion water damage as this product is water resistant but not waterproof, battery leak or abuse.
Accessories have a 90 day warranty from date of purchase, including any mounts and cables. This warranty does not include the cost of labor for
removal or re-installation of the product in a vehicle or other mounting. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other
rights, which vary from state to state.
Note : The above warranty applies only to merchandise purchased in the United States of America or any of the territories or possessions thereof, or
from a U.S. Military exchange.
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FCC Information
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved
by party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment. 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
instructions, it may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. 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 separation between 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
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Service and Technical Support
*If you have a problem which you believe requires service, please call
first and speak with a service technician. Many problems can be
remedied over the phone without returning the unit for service.
For Technical Support Contact:
Midland Radio Corporation
5900 Parretta Drive
Kansas City, Missouri 64120
Phone: (816) 241-8500
Fax: (816) 241-5713
E-mail: mail@midlandradio.com
Web site: www.midlandradio.com
If after talking with technical support you still feel your unit
needs to be returned for service, follow the below
instructions:
1. Pack the unit in its original box and packing. Then pack the
original box in a suitable shipping carton.
Caution: Improper packing may result in damage during
shipment.
2. Include the following:
a. Full description of any problems
b. Daytime telephone number, name & address
3. For warranty service include a photocopy of the bill of sale from an
authorized dealer or other proof of purchase showing the date of sale.
4. You do not need to return accessory items (USB Cable,
Various Mounts, Batteries and Owners Guide) unless they might be
directly related to the problem.
5. A flat rate of $40.00 will apply to repairs not covered by warranty or
units that are over one year old. Send only cashier’s check, money
order, Master Card or Visa card number.
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