Contents
Contents
Precautions .......................................................................7
Preface...............................................................................8
Warranty ............................................................................9
Main Functions and Features ........................................10
List of Accessories .........................................................13
Component Guideline ....................................................15
Front View ..................................................................................... 15
Rear View ...................................................................................... 16
Description of Indicators ................................................................ 17
LCD Segment Display ................................................................... 18
Preparations Before Use................................................19
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Charging ........................................................................................ 19
Installing the Battery ...................................................................... 20
Install TFT Display ......................................................................... 21
Insert and Remove The Memory Card .......................................... 22
Startup ........................................................................................... 23
Language ...................................................................................... 24
Date/Time ...................................................................................... 24
Select Light Metering Mode ........................................................... 25
Start Video Recording Via G-SENSOR Mode ............................... 26
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Video Modes....................................................................27
Basic Operations of Video Recording............................................. 27
Parameter Setting For Video Recording......................................... 28
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Execution Mode.........................................................................................29
Video-Only Mode.......................................................................................29
Time Lapse Mode......................................................................................29
Auto Video Mode.......................................................................................29
PIV(Photo in video)....................................................................................30
Video Resolution........................................................................................30
View Angle.................................................................................................31
Bitrate........................................................................................................31
Video Content Loop...................................................................................32
180° Photo Rollover...................................................................................32
Display Time..............................................................................................32
Audio Record.................................................................................. 33
Photo Modes....................................................................34
Operating Procedure for Photo Shooting....................................... 34
Parameter Settings for Photo Shooting.......................................... 35
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• Display Time..............................................................................................36
Settings............................................................................37
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Warning Tone.............................................................................................37
Status Indicator..........................................................................................37
On Screen Display.....................................................................................38
Auto To Standby ........................................................................................38
TV Output Format......................................................................................38
Format.......................................................................................................38
Recover Factory Setting............................................................................38
Playback...........................................................................39
Operating Procedure for Playback ................................................ 39
• Delete Files................................................................................................41
• File Protection and Unlocking....................................................................41
Upload Audio/Video/Photo Files to PC........................................... 42
View Video/Photo On HDTV........................................................... 43
Wi-Fi..................................................................................44
• Download a Wi-Fi APP .............................................................................44
• Wi-Fi Starting and Connection...................................................................45
Single Shot Mode......................................................................................36
Fast Shot Mode.........................................................................................36
Continuous Shooting Mode.......................................................................36
Timed Shooting Mode................................................................................36
Photo Resolution.......................................................................................36
Operating Instructions for Wi-Fi Control Interface.......................... 48
Download Files to Mobile Device................................................... 53
Trim Videos.................................................................................... 55
Change Wi-Fi Connection Name and Password............................ 56
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Wi-Fi Based Remote........................................................58
Guide for Components................................................................... 58
Startup............................................................................................ 60
Pairing............................................................................................ 60
Specifications................................................................................. 62
Precautions.................................................................................... 62
Accessory Application....................................................64
Water-proof Housing and Moisture-proof Foam............................. 64
Mount Plug Bracket Components................................................... 67
Use Curved Adhesive and Flat Adhesive....................................... 68
Specifications..................................................................69
Power Supply...................................................................71
Precautions for The Waterproof Housing.....................72
Tips...................................................................................73
FCC Notices.....................................................................74
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Precautions
When using the S60 video camera, adhere to the following
precautions:
1. Do not drop, knock, or shake the video camera.
2. Do not place the video camera near an object that generates
strong magnetic fields, like a magnet or motor. Do not put the video
camera close to an object that emits powerful radio waves, like an
antenna. Strong magnetic fields may disrupt use of the video camera
or damage image / voice data.
3. Do not expose the video camera to high temperatures or direct
sunshine.
4. Do not put the memory card near an object that generates a strong
magnetic field, like a television set, a speaker, or a magnet. Do not
put the memory card in a place where static electricity occurs.
5. Disconnect the power supply to immediately stop battery recharge
when overheating, smoking, or peculiar smells occur during
recharging.
6. Keep the video camera out of reach of children during recharging,
as the power cable may cause asphyxia or electrical shock.
7. Store the video camera in a cool, dry, and dust-free location.
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Preface
Thank you for purchasing the AEE S60 series compact high-definition
(HD) digital video camera, which features the following:
● Ultra-compact size and structure
● User-friendly interfaces
● Easy and intuitive operation
● Hands-free shooting that allows the user to capture real scenarios
at any time and in any place
● Superior recording performance from its dynamic HD shooting
technologies that provide the user with an exciting videographer
experience.
This manual describes how to install and use the S60 video camera.
It also provides information about the use, operation, installation
precautions, and technical specifications of the S60 video camera.
Before using the S60 video camera, read and understand this manual
in full and keep it handy for future use. Designed to professional
standards, the S60 video camera will meet the requirements of even
the most discerning user.
Dispose of properly. Recycle it for a greener earth!
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Warranty
This product has been certified for compliance with related safety
regulations and specifications issued by the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) and Council of Europe (CE).
The S60 video camera is a compact, high-end HD digital camera
intended for professional applications. It provides the following
functions:
● Performs industry-leading HD digital shooting.
● Stores voice data.
● Displays images in real time.
● Performs video recording.
● Takes pictures.
● Displays time.
● Performs 4X digital zooming.
● Wi-Fi function and “App” application.
● Connects to an external special-purpose microphone.
● Performs USB 2.0 high-speed data transmission.
● Recharges the battery in USB mode.
● Accessories are available to facilitate your shooting experience at
any time in any place. The S60 holds multiple patents for invention
and technology.
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Main Functions and Features
● Provides 140° wide-angle f/2.7 lens.
● Provides a special-purpose HD lens, which supports 1080P, 960P,
and 720P HD video recording.
● Takes 16M pixelated pictures in 4608×3456 resolution.
● Wi-Fi function and more "App" application.
● Performs 4X digital zooming.
● Contains a new generation image sensor Exmor R COMS that
doubles photosensitivity and sharpens image details even in a lowlight environment.
● Performs shooting in multiple modes such as single shot, fast shot,
and timed shooting.
● Provides a unique fast-shot feature that takes up to 8 photos per
second.
● Provides an independent voice recording function for longer voice
recording.
● Provides a 180° photo rollover function.
● Connects to an external TFT screen to view video recording and
playback.
● Provides HDMI and AV output interfaces for easy connection to an
HD monitor or TV set to view recorded files.
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● Has a compact and stylish design.
● Provides better video effects in multiple video output modes (NTSC
system):
1080P(1920x1080) 60 frames / second
1080P(1920x1080) 48 frames / second
1080P(1920x1080) 30 frames / second
1080P(1920x1080) 24 frames / second
960P(1280×960) 60 frames / second
960P(1280×960) 48 frames / second
720P(1280×720) 120 frames / second
720P(1280×720) 60 frames / second
● Records video programs in MP4 format to facilitate playback on a
PC and uploads to video-sharing websites.
● Provides high color definition for clearer and more realistic video
feed.
● Supports playback, file deletion, and other operations.
● Supports fast forwarding and rewinding.
● Built-in microphone adopts dual-Mic design to achieve a high
quality stereo recording effect.
● All-around highlight status indicator.
● Built-in G-Sensor that functions as an automobile black box.
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● Supports connection to an external microphone (special-purpose
microphone only).
● Provides a 1/4-inch general-purpose interface for accessory use.
● Accessories create a strengthened structure with improved
reliability and stability.
● A rechargeable, built-in, high capacity lithium-ion battery extends
video recording time.
● Provides shock-proof features to withstand minor bumps or falls.
● Provides IP68 waterproof housing to withstand a diving depth of
100 meters.
● Provides automatic standby to save power and can be set to autosave voice and video data.
List of Accessories
S60 Camera
TFT Display
Remote Control *
Waterproof Housing
Waterproof Housing
Lithium-ion Battery
Rear Case
Back Clip *
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Power Supply Terminal *
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Plug Bracket Unit
Flat Adhesive Mount
Curved Adhesive Mount Vertical-horizontal Joint
Component Guideline
Front View
Extended Adjusting
Bolt Unit *
Waterproof Plug *
Moisture-proof Foam
User Manual
USB Data Cable
Hand Strap *
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Cloth Bag *
CD-ROM *
The accessories you received may differ slightly from above. The
package is subject to change without further notice. You can order
optional accessories marked with " ".
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1. Wi-Fi key
2. Wi-Fi status indicator
3. Light meter mode key
4. Recording status indicator
5. Charging status indicator
6. G-Sensor key
7. Video/audio recording button
8. Power on/off key
9. Battery lock
10. Lens
11. Cooling hole
12. Recording Status Indicator
13. Tripod mount
14. Microphone
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Rear View
Description of Indicators
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15. Charging status indicator
16. Recording status indicator
17. Up button
18. Down button
19. OK button
20. Left arrow button
21. Right arrow button
22. Recording status indicator
23. Charging status indicator
24. Speaker
25. LCD segment display
26. Microphone
27. Shutter button
28. Stop button
29. Mini HDMI interface
30. USB interface
31. TF card slot
32. Menu button
33. TFT display
34. Playback button
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Position
Status
Startup
Red indicator
Front cover(1)
top cover(1)
TFT display(1)
Green indicator
Front cover(1)
top cover(1)
TFT display(1)
bottom side(2)
Flash once and
then Stay on
Video
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recording
Audio
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recording
Photo
Stay on
shooting
Card full
Stay on
Charging
Flash slowly
(switched off)
Fully charged
Stay on
(switched off)
Low-battery Flash fast for 5s and
indicator
then auto power off
Data
Stay on
transmission
Wi-Fi on
Stay on
Blue indicator
Front cover(1)
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Flash slowly
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Flash slowly
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Flash once
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Stay on
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flash slowly
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flash slowly
When powering down the screen, the TFT display indicators will be lit. You
can long-press the Shutter button to turn on/off the screen.
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Preparations Before Use
LCD Segment Display
5 6
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2
3
1080P- 25
4
2H30
100-088
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Charging
1
2
3
8M
4
1888
100-0088
To check battery power, turn the unit on. If the battery level is low,
charge it.
Use the supplied power adapter or a USB port to charge the S60:
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Video mode
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2
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Functions
Photo mode
1080P-50
Video resolution
16M 12M 8M
Photo resolution
100-0088
Number of recorded files
00:00:01
Recording timer
2H30
Remaining recordable time
1888
Remaining shots
W M N S
View angle
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Wi-Fi
7
Battery level
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USB interface
Power adapter
Input: 100~240V 0.5A
Output: DC 5V 2000mA
PC USB interface
When the S60 is charged in a power-off state, the red indicator will
flash slowly. After the battery is fully charged, the red indicator will
stay on.
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Installing the Battery
Install TFT Display
1. Before Installing the battery, ensure that the battery "lock key" at
the bottom of the S60 is unlocked.
The S60 supports an external, dedicated 2″ TFT display which
performs CX setup, playback, file deletion, etc. on the camera to
preview or play the video back.
2. Push the battery into the battery slot completely as below:
Install the display as shown below:
3. Battery lock:
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Insert and Remove The Memory Card
The S60 supports an external TF card up to 64G. Though all SD
cards above Class 10 can be used on the S60, a high-speed card
is recommended for high-definition shooting. When shooting during
dynamic motion, brand SDHC cards are recommended for use.
Insert the memory card
1. Ensure that the S60 is switched off.
2. Insert the SD card flatly into the memory card slot, following the
direction of the arrow. A "click" can be heard to indicate the card
has been fully inserted.
• Remove the memory card
Press down on the center of the exposed
part of the SD card and the card will pop up
slightly. Slide the card out flatly.
Startup
Turn the power key to "ON" to turn on the S60:
Power key
When the host is in a power-on state, you can long-press the Shutter
button and Stop button simultaneously for 5s to turn off the host.
After closing the host, you can long-press the Shutter button and
Stop button simultaneously for 5s to turn it on.
• Two red indicators will be lit.
• The S60 enters recording standby mode. Now TFT display is
shown as below:
Working mode
(video recording)
Before connecting the host to Wi-Fi or the remote control, please
first insert the SD card.
Startup
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Time of video
recording
Remaining video recording
time of memory card
Resolution of video recording
Battery level
Visual angle
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Language
1. Press the "M" button to enter the camera setting menu.
2. Press the "-" / "+" button to select " ";
3. Press the "<"/">" button to select " " and press the "OK" button to
confirm.
4. Press the "<" / ">" button to move the cursor to the language type
to be modified. Then press "OK" to confirm.
5. Press the "M" button to exit the menu and return to recording
standby mode.
Date/Time
1. Press the "M" button to enter the camera setting menu.
2. Press "-" / "+" to select " ".
3. Press "<" / ">" to select " " and press "OK" to confirm.
4. Press "<" / ">" to move the cursor to the style to be modified. Then
press "OK" to confirm.
5. Press "<" / ">" to move the cursor to the time or date to be
modified. Then press "-" or "+" to modify the time and date . Press
"OK" to confirm.
6. Press the "M" button to exit the menu and return to recording
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standby mode.
Use "<" / ">" to select the item to the left / right, and use "+" / "-"
to select the item above/below the selected item. After selection,
press "OK" to confirm the operation.
Please ensure that the date and time are correctly set. This unit
will add time to the photo/video based on this setting.
Select Light Metering Mode
To achieve the best exposure effect, use the central spot light
metering mode when the central spot is bright and the surrounding
environment is dark.
light meter mode key
"
"
": turn on central spot metering
": turn off central spot metering
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Start Video Recording Via G-SENSOR Mode
Video Modes
Basic Operations of Video Recording
G-Sensor key
Turn the G-Sensor key to "ON" so that the S60 will actively sense the
change of gravity. The system will automatically start video recording
in case of shock or tilting, etc. When this mode is applied in fixed
installation, mounted on a vehicle or helmet for example, it can start
video recording automatically without the need to start recording in
advance. Using this option frees you from manual operation while
conserving battery power.
If the camera does not sense a change in gravity after 3 minutes, it
will exit video recording.
During the camera’s startup process, do not activate the G-sensor
function simultaneously to prevent error.
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1. Turn on the S60 to enter recording standby mode.
2. Aim the lens on the subject and preview it in TFT display.
3. Press the "Video recording" button once to start video recording.
• The system will tick once to indicate the start of video recording.
The TFT display shown below is for video recording:
Working mode
(photo shooting)
Remaining number of
shots of memory card
Resolution for photo shooting
Battery level
4. During video recording, press the "Stop" button once to stop video
recording.
• The system generates a tick tone twice to indicate that video
recording stops. The time counter also stops.
• The display will return to recording standby mode.
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Parameter Setting For Video Recording
Perform the following steps to set the parameters for video recording:
1. Press the "M" button to enter the setting menu.
2. Press "+" / "-" to select " ."
3. Press "<" / ">" to move the cursor to the sub-menu you want to
configure. Press "OK" to enter the sub-menu:
Icon
Functions
Icon
Functions
Execution mode
Video resolution
View angle
Bitrate
Video content loop
180° photo rollover
Display time
4. Press "<" / ">" to select the parameters you want.
5. Press "OK" to confirm.
6. Press the "M" button again to exit the setting menu.
• Execution Mode
Select the execution mode you want. Press "OK" to confirm. Press
"M" again to exit the setting menu.
: Video recording
: Voice recording
: PIV
: Video-only
: Time Lapse
: Auto video
• Video-Only Mode
In this mode, you can record a video without voice.
• Time Lapse Mode
The time Lapse function records one picture as a frame of the
video according to the time interval you set. It doesn’t require postediting and can easily capture continuous frame evolution and
movement.
The available options are: 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s and 30s.
(The function is unavailable in 720P 100f/120f modes.)
• Auto Video Mode
If this function is enabled, the system auto-starts recording video
according to the countdown time you set.
The available options are: 5s, 10s and 20s.
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• PIV(Photo in video)
In this mode, you can shoot photos in the video recording process.
(The function is unavailable in 720P 100f/120f modes.)
Manual photo shooting (
): Press "Shutter" button during
video recording to take one photo.
Auto photo shooting: During video recording, the system
continuously performs photo shooting at the set time interval.
There are four options of time interval: 5s, 10s, 30s and 60s.
• View Angle
Optional view angle: Broad, Medium, Narrow, Small.
(The function is unavailable in 960P and 720P modes.)
Broad
Medium
Narrow
Small
• Video Resolution
The optional resolutions for video recording are listed as below:
Resolutions
PAL System
NTSC System
1080P(16:9)
1920x1080
24fps, 25fps, 48fps, 50fps
24fps, 30fps, 48fps, 60fps
960P(4:3)
1280x960
48fps, 50fps
48fps, 60fps
720P(16:9)
1280×720
50fps, 100fps
60fps, 120fps
• Bitrate
This unit provides two bit rate options: high "
" and normal
"
". (If high bit rate is selected, you will get clearer picture
with increased file size).
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• Video Content Loop
You can activate or deactivate the loop recording function. If ON,
your video file will be stored automatically in 10 minute segments.
If OFF, your video file will be stored in 15 minute segments.
• 180° Photo Rollover
When this function is activated, an upright video file can be
obtained when using the S60 to shoot video upside down.
(The function is unavailable in 720P 100f/120f modes.)
Audio Record
Operating procedures for audio recording:
1. Enter the audio recording mode and press "Video Recording" to
start audio recording.
• The system will tick once to indicate audio recording.
Working mode
(Audio recording)
Recording time
• Display Time
YYou can choose to display or not display the video recording time
at the bottom right corner of the photo.
(The function is unavailable in 720P 100f/120f modes.)
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Remaining audio recording
time of memory card
Battery level
2. During audio recording, press the "Stop" button once to stop audio
recording.
• The system generates a tick tone twice to indicate that video
recording has stopped.
• The display will return to recording standby mode.
Exit audio record mode:
1. Press "M" button to enter the camera setting menu;
2. Press "<" / ">" to select " " and press "OK" to confirm;
3. Press "<" / ">" to select "
" mode and press "OK" to
confirm. The S60 will return to recording standby mode.
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Photo Modes
Parameter Settings for Photo Shooting
Operating Procedure for Photo Shooting
1. Turn on the S60 to enter recording standby mode.
2. Aim at the subject and preview it on the display.
3. Press the "Shutter" button once to switch the working mode to
"photo modes."
4. Press the "Shutter" button again to shoot one photo.
• The system will click to indicate a completed operation and then
returns to photo shooting standby mode.
• The TFT display in photo shooting mode is shown below:
Working mode
(photo shooting)
Perform the following steps to set the parameters for photography:
1. Press the "M" button to enter the setting menu.
2. Press "+" / "-" to select " ";
3. Press "<" / ">" to move the blue cursor to the sub-menu you want
to configure. Press "OK" to enter the sub-menu:
Icon
Functions
Icon
Capture mode
Display time
4. Press "<" / ">" to select the parameters you require.
5. Press "OK" to confirm.
6. Press the "M" button again to exit the setting menu.
• Capture Mode
Remaining number of
shots of memory card
Resolution for photo shooting
Battery level
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Functions
Photo resolution
Select the capture mode you require and press "OK" to confirm.
Press the "M" button again to exit the setting menu.
: Single shot mode
: Fast shot mode
: Continuous Shooting Mode
: Timed shooting mode
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• Single Shot Mode
Take one photo when the photo shooting button is pressed.
• Fast Shot Mode
The S60 takes several photos within one second.
The available options are: 3/1s, 6/1s, 8/1s (photos per second).
• Continuous Shooting Mode
In this mode, you can shoot photos continuously as per the preset
time interval until you press the "Stop" button.
The available options are: 0.5s, 1s, 2s, 3s, 5s, 10s, and 20s.
• Timed Shooting Mode
When the "Shutter" button is pressed once under the recording
standby mode, the S60 will start a countdown and take photos
when the set time has elapsed.
The available options are 3s, 5s, 10s.
• Photo Resolution
Three optional resolutions include: "8M", "12M" or "16M".
• Display Time
You can choose to display or not display the time at the bottom
right corner of the photo.
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Settings
1. Press "M" button to enter the camera setting menu.
2. Press "-" / "+" to select " ".
3. Press "<" / ">" to move the blue cursor to the sub-menu you want
to configure. Press "OK" to confirm.
Icon
Functions
Icon
Functions
Warning tone
Status indicator
On screen display
Auto to standby
TV output format
Language
Date/time
Format
Recover factory setting
Ver
• Warning Tone
Adjust the sound level of the buzzer. Three modes are available:
Off, Medium(50%) and Standard(100%).
• Status Indicator
Activate or deactivate the status indicators.
Three modes are available: Off (All OFF), Two (Only front cover
and top cover) and On (All ON).
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• On Screen Display
Display or hide the recording icons or information on the display
screen.
• Auto To Standby
The S60 is set to automatically enter standby mode if no operation
(photo shooting, video recording or button operation) is carried
out over a certain length of time. If an operation is completed in
the timing process, the timer will be reset. Under standby mode,
press the video recording button/shutter button/stop button to
awaken the S60. The available modes options are: Off, 2 minutes,
5 minutes and 10 minutes.
• TV Output Format
This setting is designed to ensure that the frame rate of video
recording matches the playback format on TV.
Please select NTSC in North America.
Please select PAL outside North America.
• Format
This option clears all the files in memory.
• Recover Factory Setting
This option allows all system settings to be restored to their
original factory settings.
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Playback
Operating Procedure for Playback
1. Press the "playback" button to enter the playback interface.
2. Press the "Video recording" button to select file type and press
"OK" to confirm:
: View video files
: View photo files
: View all video/audio/photo files
3. Press "<" / ">" / "+" / "-" button to move the cursor to the thumbnail
of the file you want to play back;
4. Press "OK" to enter the playback interface and press "OK" to play
it.
• When playing video files, there are various functions available to
you. These and their corresponding button are listed below:
Button
<
Functions
Button
Functions
Decrease volume;
+
Increase volume;
Fast rewind
>
Fast forward
OK
Play/pause.
Press it to return to the file
preview interface;
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• When reviewing photos, there are various functions available to
you. These and their corresponding button are listed below:
Button
Functions
Button
Zoom out;
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<
In z o om-i n mod e , w h e n
you press "OK", you can
press "-" to move the photo
downward;
In z o om-i n mod e , w h e n
you press "OK", you can
press "<" to move the photo
rightward;
+
>
When a photo is displayed
in its actual size, press "<"
to view the previous photo;
Press it to return to the file
preview interface;
Functions
Zoom in;
In zoom-in mode, when you
press "OK", you can press "+"
to move the photo upward;
In zoom-in mode, when you
press "OK", you can press ">"
to move the photo leftward;
When a photo is displayed
in its actual size, press ">" to
view the next photo;
When a photo is displayed in
its actual size, press "OK" to
rotate it;
OK
In zoom-in mode, when you
press "OK", the " " icon will
appear in the upper left corner,
you can to move the photo;
Autoplay: If this function is enabled, previewing image enters into
autoplay state.
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• When playing audio files, there are various functions available to
you. These and their corresponding button are listed below:
Button
-
Functions
Decrease volume;
Press it to return to the file
preview interface;
Button
+
OK
Functions
Increase volume;
Play/pause.
• Delete Files
1. Under file playback or thumbnail preview mode, move the cursor
to the file icon you want to delete.
2. Press the "M" button to enter file operation mode and move the
cursor to "Delete file."
3. Press "OK" to confirm.
4. Move the cursor to "delete single"/"delete all" and press "OK" to
delete the file(s).
: Delete single
: Delete all
• File Protection and Unlocking
1. Under file playback or thumbnail preview mode, move the cursor
to the file icon you want to protect.
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2. Press the "M" button to enter file operation mode and move the
cursor to "file protection."
3. Press "OK" to confirm.
4. Select protection type and press "OK" to confirm:
: Protect single
: Protect all
: Unlock single
: Unlock all
Protected files cannot be deleted. However, these files can be
deleted by formatting.
View Video/Photo On HDTV
The recorded file can also be played on TV or displayed with an
HDMI interface.
Ensure that your camera is properly configured to the NTSC (North
America) or PAL (Non-North America) video format. Video and
images on the S60 cannot be properly displayed on-screen if the
camera has not been configured.
Use an HDMI cable to connect the S60 to the TV set:
Upload Audio/Video/Photo Files to PC
1. Use a USB data cable to connect the camera to a PC.
2. Switch on the S60.
3. Click the "My Computer" icon on the desktop and find the
"Removable Disc" icon. If the camera is not detected, close
the "My Computer" window and reopen it after waiting several
moments. “Removable Disk” should now be displayed.
4. Double click the "Removable Disc" icon.
5. Copy/move the file to the PC’s hard drive.
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HDMI Cable
This function is not available when opening Wi-Fi.
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Wi-Fi
• Wi-Fi Starting and Connection
With an integrated Wi-Fi module, the S60 can connect to a Wi-Fi
remote control, smartphone, or tablet PC to achieve remote control
function. First, please install the appropriate APP software provided
by Hitec/AEE on your device.
• Download a Wi-Fi APP
The Wi-Fi APP is available for free download in the iPhone App store
and Google Play Store.
1. Android users: In the Google Play Store, search "AEE APP"
(quotation marks needed). Once found, download, install, and
connect it to Wi-Fi according to the user manual.
2. iPhone users: In the iPhone App store, search AEE. Once found,
download, install, and connect it to Wi-Fi according to the user
manual.
APP icon:
1. Push the Wi-Fi key to "ON" to switch on the Wi-Fi function:
Wi-Fi key
The blue indicator will begin flashing and the Wi-Fi signal icon
" can be seen on the upper left corner of the TFT display.
"
Do not key in any operations while waiting for the Wi-Fi function to
connect or disconnect.
2. Turn on your camera and wait until the blue Wi-Fi indicator
flashes slowly. Search for a Wi-Fi hot spot on a mobile receiving
device, select the "AEE Magicam" network and connect it (default
password: AEE12345). The camera and the mobile device are now
connected.
3. Click the App icon "
" on the mobile device to display the icon
(
) shown in Fig. 1. Enter the interface shown in Fig. 2 to
remotely view your camera’s screen and set up parameters.
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In case of Wi-Fi connection failure, the icon "
" will
appear. Select "Yes" to try connecting again. If you select "No",
" to enter the WLAN settings interface or click
click the icon "
the icon "
" to enter the main interface to view local
files only (Android version).
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Total number of files
Wi-Fi status
Battery status
Remaining recording time or
number of shots
5. Recording Duration
6. Video recording mode
7. Single shot mode
8. Playback mode
9. Maximize preview
10. Current state icon / Start /
Stop button
11. Parameter settings
12. Zoom out
13. Zoom in
14. Fast shot mode
You can control your camera remotely by clicking the icons on the
main interface.
: Display the remaining recording time in video recording mode.
Display the remaining number of shots in photo shooting mode.
The mobile device must be used within a distance of max. 100
meters from the S60 in an obstacle-free and horizontal angle.
The real-time preview is unavailable for video recording 720P
100f/120f modes.
Fig. 1 Wi-Fi Connection Interface
Fig. 2 Wi-Fi Control Interface
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Operating Instructions for Wi-Fi Control Interface
1. Video Recording
Click the Video recording mode icon "
". The current state icon will
." Click it to start / stop video recording.
dispaly as "
Click the icon "
" to maximize the preview (See Fig. 3).
Resolution
and frame rate
Current state
Angle
Return to
main interface
Remaining
recording time
Recording
duration
Fig. 3 Video Recording Mode
You can set up your desired video resolution in the parameter setting
interface.
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2. Single shot
," it will turn blue "
". The
Click the Single shot mode icon "
current state icon will dispaly as "
", click it to take one picture.
Click the icon "
" to maximize the preview (See Fig. 4).
Return to the
main interface
Pixel
Current state
Remaining
number of shots
Fig. 4 Single Shot Mode
You can set pixilation in the parameter setting interface.
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3. Fast Shot
", it will turn blue "
". The current
Click the Fast shot mode icon "
state icon will dispaly as "
", click it to take pictures within one
second.
" to maximize the preview (See Fig. 5).
Click the icon "
Return to the
main interface
Burst number
Current state
4. Playback
Click the icon "
" to enter the interface shown in Fig. 6 and view
videos and photos remotely.
1.Camera storage
2.Mobile device storage
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Slide the icon "
". If you
select "Camera Storage", you can
replay the files stored on the camera.
If you select "Mobile Device Storage",
you can replay the files downloaded
from the camera to the mobile device.
Click the icon "
settings interface.
Click the icon "
" to enter the App
" to return to the
WiFi control interface.
Click the icon "
Remaining
number of shots
" to enter File
selecting.
Fig. 5 Fast Shot Mode
You can set how fast the camera takes pictures in the camera setting
interface.
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Click the icon "
Fig. 6 Playback Interface
" to download
media files from the camera to your
mobile device.
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Click on the thumbnail to view it in large preview. You could slide it
left or right to select the desired file.
Download Files to Mobile Device
Return to the thumbnail preview interface and click the icon "
" to
enter the Download interface. Click the desired files to download to
your mobile device.
Files downloaded
Files in waiting
Files in downloading
Photo Preview
Click the icon "
Click the icon "
device.
Click the icon "
Click the icon "
Video Preview
" to return to the thumbnail preview interface.
" to download the current file to your mobile
" to delete the current file.
" to display video.
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Cancel all downloads
Download all the files from your
remote camera to the mobile device.
In the thumbnail preview mode, slide the icon "
" to view
local files. Click the icon "
" to enter the interface shown in the
figure below and then click the desired files to share them on social
networking websites.
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Click on the thumbnail to view it in large preview. You could slide left
and right to select the desired file.
Trim Videos
When viewing the downloaded files on the mobile device, you can
click the icon "
" at the bottom of the screen to enter the video
trimming interface shown in the figure below:
Save and share the
edited video file
Storyboard
End frame
Current frame
Start frame
Photo Preview
Video Preview
" to view the current file information.
Click the icon "
" to enter the video trimming interface.
Click the icon "
" iOS version)
("
" to share the current file on a social networking
Click the icon "
website.
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Play icon
Expand the frame
Narrow the frame
This function allows you to extract a clip from the video to generate
another video by changing the starting frame and ending frame.
Select one of the two methods described below to change the starting
frame and ending frame:
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Method 1: Change the starting frame and ending frame by directly
dragging the time frame panel to the desired frame. (Click the Play
key for previewing until the best location is selected).
Method 2: Click "
" to set the current frame as the starting frame.
Drag the time frame panel to change the current frame, and then click
"
" again to set the current frame as the ending frame.
Change Wi-Fi Connection Name and Password
PASSWD=AEE12345". Change the content following the equal
sign "=" to your desired password (containing at least 8 digits and
above) and save it.
When the camera and the Wi- Fi based remote control are
synched in operation, hosts will give priority to the operation
command from the camera.
Above images for reference only.
1. To change the Wi-Fi connection name:
Connect your camera (with TF card installed) to the computer and
turn on your camera. On the computer, double click "My Computer"
to find and access the removable disk and then open the "
" WiFi.conf file in the folder "MISC." Locate "AP_SSID=AEE
Magicam." Change the content following the equal sign "=" to your
desired name and save it.
2. To change the Wi-Fi connection password:
Connect your camera (with TF card installed) to the computer
and turn on your camera. On the computer, double click the icon
"My Computer" to find and access the removable disk. Then
open the "
" WiFi.conf file in the folder "MISC". Find "AP_
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Wi-Fi Based Remote
Under the video recording mode, press once to switch the current
mode to the photography mode.
Guide for Components
Under photography mode, press once to take a photo.
Long-press for about 2s to enter the mode selection state.
Power Indicator (Red)
Wi-Fi Indicator (Blue)
Screen
Wide view Button
Medium view Button
Narrow view Button
Small view Button
Power/Record Button
Shutter Button
Stop Button
Strap hole
USB Port
Buttons
Functions
Select your desired mode and press to enter.
During video recording, press to stop video recording.
After entering the mode selection state, press to select the option
below.
Press once to switch the viewing angle of the camera to wide angle.
Press once to switch the viewing angle of the camera to medium
angle.
Press once to switch the viewing angle of the camera to narrow
angle.
Press once to switch the viewing angle of the camera to small angle.
Long-press for 5s to turn on/off the Wi-Fi based remote control.
Under photography mode, press once to switch the current mode to
the video recording mode.
Under video recording mode, press once to start video recording.
After entering the mode selection state, press to select the option
above.
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Viewing angle switch buttons in the remote control can only be used in 1080p
mode.
When the DRC10 accidentally crashes in use and does not follow normal
shut-down, press the "Wide view" and "Small view" keys to force shutdown.
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Startup
Long-hold the "Power / Record" button for 5s to start the Wi- Fi based
remote control.
After startup, the screen will display the battery icon "
." If the
battery icon is empty, it indicates that the battery level is low and
charging is needed; please connect the USB power supply to the
USB port of the remote control for charging.
WAIT HOST PBC
4. Press the "Stop" button on the camera once and the Wi-Fi remote
control screen will display the icon below:
PRESS CONNECT
Pairing
Please complete the pairing process before enabling the remote
control functions. Steps for pairing between the Wi-Fi based remote
control and the camera are as follows:
1. Turn on the camera and activate the Wi-Fi function.
2. First, press and hold the "Stop" button on the Wi-Fi remote control.
Next, long-press "Power / Record" for 5s to start the remote
control. The red power indicator will stay on and the screen will
."
display the battery icon "
3. Long-press the "Power/Record" and "Stop" buttons and do not
release them until the WAIT HOST PBC" icon appears.
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5. Press the "Stop" button on the Wi-Fi remote control and the
remote’s screen will display the icon below:
info SYNC
CONNECT
6. When the remote control enters the recording standby state and
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the following interface, code 5pairing
is successfully completed:
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1080P- 25
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2H30
100-088
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3
8M
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1888
100-0088
Specifications
Description Specification
Charging time via USB 2.0 hours (max.)
Battery capacity 500mAh
Power consumption 0.30W - 0.35W
IP rating IP66
Remote control distance About 120 meter
Specification of USB USB 2.0
Overall dimension 77×46×19mm
Weight 59g
Working temperature -10°C ~ 50°C
Storage temperature -20°C ~ 60°C
or to objects that send out strong radio waves such as antenna.
Strong magnetic fields may result in failure of the remote control.
3. Do not put the remote control in a place subject to high
temperature or direct sunshine.
4. Store the remote control in a cool, dry and dustless place.
5. This product is not designed for auto standby. If it sits idle for a
long time after startup, please turn off power to the remote control.
6. The remote control is only able to connect to one host at a time. It
cannot connect to multiple hosts simultaneously.
7. If the remote control disconnects abnormally and no longer
functions as normal, simply reboot the device to put it back to use.
8. Do not operate the remote control while it’s being charged.
9. If you activate the video recording function in the host with a remote
control, simply press “Stop“ on the remote to stop recording. Do
not press the “Stop” button on the host to stop recording.
Precautions
1. This remote control is a sophisticated product; do not drop or
otherwise structurally impact this product.
2. The remote control should not be kept in proximity to objects with
high- intensity magnetic fields such as magnet and electric motors,
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Accessory Application
Follow these steps to assemble the waterproof housing rear case:
The S60 is suitable for handhold use or hand-free use in most
locations with the help of appropriate accessories. When the S60
is fitted with water-proof housing, it can be used to record videos
underwater.
Water-proof Housing and Moisture-proof Foam
S60 water-proof housing up to IP68 can protect the camera 100
meters underwater. In order to avoid and reduce the dewing on
the glass of the water-proof house, we suggest inputting the
moistureproof cotton inside the water-proof case in big temperature
range environment.
Follow these steps to load S60 into water-proof housing:
Waterproof Cover
You can choose different waterproof covers in accordance with your
needs:
Standard Waterproof
Cover
Waterproof Cover
with Hole
H i g h w a t e r p r o o f Rainproof function
protection standard. with excellent audio
U s e d f o r d i v i n g , recording effect.
swimming, surfing,
etc.
Moisture-proof foam
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Waterproof Cover with
Microphone
Rainproof function with external
microphone and excellent
audio recording effect (Please
remember to unplug the cover
of memory card on the side
of the host before using this
waterproof cover).
The plug bracket affixes the S60’s water-proof housing firmly onto the
sticky seat:
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Mount Plug Bracket Components
The plug bracket affixes the S60 firmly to the sticky seat.
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Use Curved Adhesive and Flat Adhesive
The S60 comes with curved adhesive and flat adhesive for installation
on different surfaces.
You can easily attach the camera onto a helmet, vehicle, or the
surface of other devices.
Specifications
Description Specifications
Visual angle 140°
Aperture f/2.7
Digital zoom ratio 4X
Pixel 16 million
Video recording format MP4
Audio recording format WAV
Photo format JPG (JPEG)
M08 convex sticker
M15 flat sticker
Precautions for the use of 3M double-sided foam tape:
1. Before using 3M double-sided foam tape, select an appropriate
curved or flat surface where the tape can adhere smoothly to the
surface.
2. Before using 3M foam tape, clean the surface to be adhered to.
3. Before applying 3M foam tape, we suggest you heat its surface
properly (a hairdryer may be used), especially when the
temperature is below -20°C.
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Wi-Fi transmission distance About 100 meter (Max.)
8MB Flash Memory (not for photo shooting
Storage medium or video recording); up to 64GB external
Micro SD card
Standard battery capacity 1500mAh
Power consumption 600mA
Recharging duration
Power Adapter: About 3.0 hours
USB Cable: About 3.5 hours
Maximum video recording time About 3.0 hours (Max.)
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Maximum audio recording time About 3.5 hours (Max.)
TFT Display 2.0" true color TFT display (16:9)
LED Dot-matrix screen 90×64mm FSTN (lattice screen)
Operating platform requirements
Power Supply
The S60 video camera uses a power unit certified by the following
authorities.
Operating system: Windows XP SP2 / Vista
or above / Mac OS;
Storage temperature -20°C ~ 60°C
Operating temperature -10°C ~ 50°C
Dimension
Unit weight
L59 × W35 × H43mm
(including TFT screen)
L59 × W23 × H43mm
(excluding TFT screen)
UL mark
U.S. Power
Certification
C-TICK mark
Australia Power
Certification
CE mark
E.U. Power
Certification
CCC mark
China Power
Certification
PSE mark
Japan Power
Certification
BS mark
U.K. Power
Certification
GS mark
Germany Power
Certification
113g (including TFT screen and battery)
84g (excluding TFT screen and battery)
As our products undergo continuous development, the
specifications are subject to change without notice.
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The surface temperature of a power unit in use may rise. This is
normal.
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Precautions for The Waterproof Housing
Waterproof housing is a precision component. When using waterproof
housing, adhere to the following precautions:
1. Do not randomly remove or change the O-ring, key, or lens cover.
Otherwise, the waterproof performance deteriorates.
2.Do not store the waterproof housing in a place with corrosive
gases due to strong acid or alkali. Do not put the waterproof
housing in contact with chemical or corrosive objects, such as
strong acid or alkali.
3.Do not put the waterproof housing in a place where temperatures
are high (50°C) or low (-10°C) to avoid deformation.
4. Do not expose the S60 video camera to sunshine to avoid
deterioration of its waterproof performance.
5. Before use, ensure that the O-ring is intact, the seal is clean, the
housing is fully sealed, and the buckle is tight.
6. After using the housing in salt water, wash it clean using fresh
water, dry it, and store it in a temperate place.
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Tips
1. When the unit is in use for a long period of time, its surface
temperature will rise.
2. If you do not plan on using the unit for a long period of time, it is
suggested that you charge it once every 6 months to maintain
optimal battery performance.
3. Use of the digital zoom function during shooting will have a slight
impact on image quality.
4. Visual angles under different modes will be differ slightly.
5. To play a high-definition video file, it is suggested you use a PC or
other professional device.
6. If you enable the cyclic recording function over a long period or
frequently shoot/delete photos, the memory card may retain data
fragments that prevent photo storage or picture taking. Please
back-up the data to an external storage medium and perform the
formatting operation on the memory card.
7. When the camera i s bei ng used i n a hi gh-temperature
environment, the lattice screen may become black. This is a
normal phenomenon and will not affect functioning.
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8. When the camera is in use over a long time, the temperature of the
metal parts near the lens may rise. This is a normal phenomenon,
but please do not touch the heated metal parts.
9. Hot plugging is not supported. If the screen goes white, please
restart the camera to return to normal.
10.The main unit can be operated normally during charging, but this
may reduce the service life of both the battery and the device.
FCC Notices
1.The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference
caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such
modifications could void the user's authority to operate the
equipment.
2.This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
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
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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.
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