Contents
About this Guide...................................................................3
FCC Statement.....................................................................3
WEEE Notice........................................................................3
CE Regulatory Notice...........................................................4
Notes on Installation.............................................................4
Caution .................................................................................4
1
Introduction...................................................................6
1.1
Features ....................................................................6
1.2
Package Contents .....................................................6
1.3
Product Overview ......................................................7
2
Getting Started ..............................................................8
2.1
Inserting the Memory Card........................................8
2.2
Installing in Vehicles ..................................................9
2.2.1
Mount to Windshield .......................................9
2.2.2
Adjust the device position.............................10
2.3
Connecting to Power ............................................... 11
2.4
Powering the Device On / Off ..................................12
2.5
3
2.4.1
Auto Power On/Off........................................12
2.4.2
Manual Power On/Off ...................................12
Initial Settings ..........................................................13
2.5.1
Set Automatic Recording ..............................13
2.5.2
Set the Date and Time..................................13
Using the Car Recorder..............................................14
3.1
Recording Videos ....................................................14
1
3.2
4
3.1.1
Record videos while driving..........................14
3.1.2
Record all other types of videos ...................14
3.1.3
Emergency Recording ..................................15
3.1.4
The Recording Screen..................................16
3.1.5
Taking Snapshot ...........................................17
3.1.6
4 GRID FUNCTION CHART in the LCD screen ..17
Playback Videos and Photos...................................18
3.2.1
Playing Videos ..............................................19
3.2.2
Viewing Photos .............................................19
3.2.3
The Playback Screen ...................................20
3.2.4
Deleting Files ................................................21
Adjusting the Settings................................................22
4.1
Using the Menu .......................................................22
4.2
Menu Tree ...............................................................23
5
Installing the Software................................................26
6
SuperCar......................................................................27
7
Specifications .............................................................28
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About this Guide
The content in this document is for information purpose and is subject to change without
prior notice. We made every effort to ensure that this User Guide is accurate and complete.
However, no liability is assumed for any errors and omissions that may have occurred.
The manufacturer reserves the right to change the technical specifications without prior
notice.
FCC 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. 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.
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.
FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
WEEE Notice
Disposal of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and/or Battery by users in
private households in the European Union
This symbol on the product or on the packaging indicates that this can not be
disposed of as a household waste. You must dispose of your waste equipment
and/or battery by handling it over to the applicable take-back scheme for the
recycling of electrical and electronic equipment and/or battery. For more
information about recycling of this equipment and/or battery, please contact
your city office, the shop where you purchased the equipment or your
household waste disposal service. The recycling of materials will help to
conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that
protects human health and environment.
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CE Regulatory Notice
This equipment complies with the requirements set out in the Council Directives on the
Approximation of the Laws of the Member States relating Electromagnetic Compatibility
(2004/108/EC); the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC); the Restriction of The Use of
Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical And Electronic Equipment Directive
(2002/95/EC), Turkish EEE Directive; the Commission Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008
implementing Directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with
regard to eco-design requirements for standby and off mode electric power consumption of
electrical and electronic household and office equipment, and the Directive 2009/125/EC of
the European parliament and of the council establishing a framework for the setting of
eco-design requirements for energy-related products.
Notes on Installation
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Install the device near the rear-view mirror to obtain the best
open-field view. Do NOT install the camcorder in a location that will
obstruct your required driving view.
Make sure that the lens is within the wiping range of the windscreen
wiper to ensure a clear view even when it rains.
Do not touch the lens with your fingers. Finger grease may be left
on the lens and will result in unclear videos or snapshots. Clean the
lens on a regular basis.
Do not install the device on a tinted window. Doing so may damage
the tint film.
Make sure that the installation position is not hindered by the tinted
window.
Caution

Use the authorized charger only.

Never disassemble or attempt repair of this product. Doing so may
damage the camcorder, cause electric shock and void your product
warranty.

Never short-circuit the battery.

Exposing the camcorder to open flames can cause explosion.

Due to local laws and vehicles safety considerations, do not
manually operate the device while driving.
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
The results of GPS positioning are only for reference, and should
not affect the actual driving situation. The feature cannot ensure the
location accuracy.

GPS location accuracy may differ depending on weather and
location such as high buildings, tunnels, undergrounds, or forests.
GPS satellite signals cannot pass through solid materials (except
glass). Tinted window may affect the performance of the GPS
satellite reception.

GPS reception performance on each device may differ. The
accuracy of the location results from different devices.

The values displayed in this system, such as speed, position, and
the distance warning to the speed camera set points, may be
inaccurate due to the influence of surrounding environment. They
are for your reference only.

The HP Car Camcorder f210 is intended for non-commercial use,
within the limits permitted by applicable law. Hewlett-Packard
Company is NOT responsible for the loss of any data/content
during operation.
Before you start using the system, it assumes
that you agree to the above statement.
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1 Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this advanced Car Recorder. This device
is specifically designed for real time video and audio recording
when driving.
1.1 Features






Full HD camera (1920x1080 @ 30fps)
2.4” LCD color screen
128 degree Wide angle lens
Motion detection
Automatic Emergency recording for collision detection
Supports micro-SDHC up to 32GB (Class 6 or greater speed
required for HD video)
1.2 Package Contents
The package contains the following items. In case there is any
missing or damaged item, contact your dealer immediately.
Car Recorder
Video cable
Bracket
CD-ROM
Quick start guide
USB cable
User manual
Car adapter
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1.3 Product Overview
Front View
Top and Bottom Views
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1
9
2
10
11
Side (Left and Right) Views
12
7
Rear View
3
5
4
6
13
14
No.
Item
No.
Item
1
Bracket Socket
8
LED Light
2
Microphone
9
LCD Panel
3
Power Button
10
Up Button (
4
Memory Card Slot
11
Down Button (
)
5
USB Connector
12
Enter Button (
)
6
HD(Mini HDMI) Connector
13
Wide Angle Lens
7
Back Button (
14
Speaker
)
)
Note:
To operate the device, press the corresponding buttons (7, 10, 11, 12) according to guide
icons shown the screen.
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2 Getting Started
2.1 Inserting the Memory Card
Insert the memory card with the gold contacts facing the back of the
camcorder. Push the memory card until it clicks into place. (Use
class 6or above the micro SD cards for this camcorder; It is
recommended to format the micro SD cards before the initial use.)
To remove the memory card
Push to eject the memory card out of the slot.
Note:
1. Do not remove or insert the memory card when the device is powered on. This may damage
the memory card.
2. Please use a 32GB, Class 6 or above Micro SD card.
3. Please format the micro SD cards before the initial use.
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2.2 Installing in Vehicles
2.2.1 Mount to Windshield
1.
Attach the bracket to the device.
Slide it into the bracket holder until you
hear a click.
2.
With the suction-cup laying flat,
position the suction-cup on the
windshield.
3.
Hold the base firmly on the
windshield and press down the
clamp to mount the car holder to the
windshield. Make sure the base is
securely locked in place.
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2.2.2 Adjust the device position
1.
Loose the knob to swivel the
device vertically.
Knob
2.
Loose the knob to swivel the
device horizontally up to 360°.
Knob
3.
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Then tighten the knob to make sure the device is securely
locked in place.
2.3 Connecting to Power
Use only the supplied car adapter to power up the device and
charge the built-in battery.
1.
Connect one end of the car adapter to the USB connector of
the camcorder.
2.
Plug the other end of the car charger to the cigarette lighter
socket of your vehicle. Once the vehicle engine is started, the
camcorder automatically powers on.
Note:
1. The orange LED lights up while the battery is charging.
2. Please take note if the environment temperature reaches 45°C or above, the car adapter still
can supply power to camcorder, but it will not charge the battery. This is the characteristic of
Lithium polymer battery and is not a malfunction.
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2.4 Powering the Camcorder On / Off
2.4.1 Auto Power On/Off
Once the vehicle engine is started, the device automatically turns on.
If the Automatic Record function is enabled, the recording will
automatically start right after the camcorder powers on.
See Set Automatic Recording (2.5.1).
Once the vehicle engine shuts down, the camcorder automatically
saves the recording and turns off the power within 10 seconds.
See Delay Shutdown (4.2).
2.4.2 Manual Power On/Off
To manually turn on the power, press the
POWER button.
To turn off, press and hold the POWER button
for at least 2 seconds.
To reset, press and hold the POWER button for
at least 5 seconds.
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2.5 Initial Settings
Before using the device, we recommend you to enable the
Automatic Record function and set up the correct date and time.
2.5.1 Set Automatic Recording
To enable the recording to start automatically after you turn on the
power, do the following:
1.
Press the
2.
/
button to select
Press the
Automatic Record and press the
button.
3.
/
Press the
and press the
4.
Press the BACK button to exit the
menu.
button to enter the OSD menu.
button to select On
button.
2.5.2 Set the Date and Time
To set the correct date and time, do the following:
1.
Press the
2.
/
Press the
button.
3.
Press the
/
button to adjust the
button to
value and press the
move to another field.
4.
Repeat step 3 until the date and time
setting is complete.
button to enter the OSD menu.
button to select Date / Time and press the
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3 Using the Car Recorder
3.1 Recording Videos
3.1.1 Record videos while driving
When the vehicle engine starts up and the Automatic Record
function is enabled, the camcorder automatically turns on and starts
recording.
Recording will automatically stop when the engine is switched off.
Or, press the
button to stop recording manually.
Note:
On some cars, the recording will continue when the engine is switched off.
If this happens, do one of the following:
- Manually turn off the cigarette lighter.
- Remove the car adapter from the cigarette lighter.
3.1.2 Record all other types of videos
1.
Press the
2.
Press the
button to start recording.
button to stop recording.
Note:
1. One video file is saved for every 3 or 5 minutes of recording. See Using the Menu (4.1).
2. The device saves the recording in the memory card. If the memory card capacity is full, the
oldest file in the memory card is overwritten.
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3.1.3 Emergency Recording
During Video Recording, press the
button to enter emergency recording
mode, the “Emergency” message will be
shown immediately on the upper left
corner of the screen, and the recorded file
will be protected.
To stop the recording, press the
button.
Note:
1. If the Collision Detection function is enabled and a collision is detected, the device will
automatically trigger the emergency recording.
2. If the Collision Detection function is enabled and a collision is detected, the emergency
recording function of the device will automatically be triggered. The emergency recording file
is created as a new file, which will be protected to avoid being overwritten by normal cycling
recording. A 4 GB memory card can save up to 5 emergency video files, and 8 GB (or
above) memory card can save up to 10 emergency video files. The alert message of
“Emergency files are full” will pop up on the screen when the emergency recording files
are full, and the oldest emergency file will be automatically deleted when a new emergency
recording file is created.
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3.1.4 The Recording Screen
1
5
6
7
2
8
3
4
9
No.
Item
1
Duration
2
Description
Indicates the recording duration.
Date and time Indicates the current recording date and time.
3
Guide icon
(Menu)
You will see the 4 GRID FUNCTION CHART
in the LCD screen after you push
button. ( Please refer to 3.1.6 explanation )
4
Add speed
cam point
Press the
point.
5
Resolution
Indicates the video resolution.
button to add a speed cam
When a GPS fix is established, the icon
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GPS icon
7
Battery
8
Guide icon
(Stop)
9
Guide icon
(Emergency)
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" will show on the top-right corner of the
"
screen.
Indicates the remaining battery power.
Press the
button to stop the recording.
Press the
button to continuously record
the video in one file until the recording is
manually stopped.
3.1.5 Taking Photographs
You can also use this camcorder to take
photos of the current scene.
From the standby screen, press the
button to take a photo.
Note:
If recording is in progress, press the
button to stop the recording first.
3.1.6 4 GRID FUNCTION CHART in the LCD screen
Please push
button when you are recording, then you can see
the 4 GRID FUNCTION CHART in the LCD screen.
1
3
2
4
No.
Item
1
Driving speed
2
Time
3
Driving direction
4
Distance warning to the speed camera set points
Note:
The driving speed and driving direction will become gray scale chart if GPS has no signal.
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3.2 Playback Videos and Photos
1.
If recording is in progress, press the
button to stop
recording. The standby screen is displayed.
2.
Press the
3.
Press the
/
button to select the
file category that you want to browse
and press the
button.
4.
Press the
/
button to view the
next or the previous file and press
the
button to view the file in full
screen.
button to enter the OSD menu.
Note:
From the standby screen, you can directly enter Playback mode by pressing
last recorded video is displayed on the screen.
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button. The
3.2.1 Playing Videos
To play videos, do the following:
1.
If recording is in progress, press the
recording.
2.
Press the
3.
Press the
/
button.
4.
Press the
press the
5.
/
button to browse
Press the
for the desired video file and press
the
button to play the video.
6.
button to pause the
Press the
playback. Press it again to resume.
button to stop
button to enter the OSD menu.
/
button to select File Playback and press the
button to select Video or Emergency and
button.
3.2.2 Viewing Photos
To view photos, do the following:
button to stop
1.
If recording is in progress, press the
recording.
2.
Press the
3.
/
Press the
button.
button to select File Playback and press the
4.
Press the
button.
/
button to select Picture and press the
5.
Press the
press the
/
button to enter the OSD menu.
button to browse for the desired photo file and
button to view the file in full screen.
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3.2.3 The Playback Screen
Video Playback Screen
Photo Playback Screen
7
7
1
6
2
No.
1
20
3
4
5
2
3
4
Description
Item
Date and time Indicates the recorded date and time.
2
Guide icon
(Back)
Press the
display.
button to return to file selection
3
Guide icon
(Previous)
Press the
video/photo.
button to view the previous
4
Guide icon
(Next)
Press the
button to view the next video/photo.
5
Guide icon
(Pause)
Press the
6
Duration
7
Battery
button to pause the video playback.
Indicates the elapse time.
Indicates the remaining battery power.
3.2.4 Deleting Files
To delete file(s), do the following:
1.
If recording is in progress, press the
recording.
2.
Press the
3.
Press the
/
button to select
File Deletion and press the
button.
4.
Press the
/
button to select the
file category and press the
button.
5.
Press the
/
button to select the
file that you want to delete and press
the
button to enter the Delete
menu.
6.
Press the
Item
Delete One
Delete All
7.
Press the
button to stop
button to enter the OSD menu.
/
button to select an option.
Description
Delete the current displayed file.
Deletes all files.
button to confirm delete.
Note:
Deleted files CANNOT be recovered. Ensure the files have backup before deletion.
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4 Adjusting the Settings
4.1 Using the Menu
You can customize the video recording and other general settings
via the on-screen display (OSD) menus.
button to stop
1.
If recording is in progress, press the
recording.
2.
Press the
3.
/
button to select a menu option and press the
Press the
button to enter the selected menu.
4.
Press the
/
button to select the desired setting and press
button to confirm the setting.
the
5.
Press the
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button to open the OSD menu.
button to exit the menu.
4.2 Menu Tree
Refer to the below table for details on menu items and available
menu options.
Menu option
File Playback
Description
Select the file category
that you want to view.
Available option
Video / Emergency /
Picture
Satellite Status
Displays the current state
of the satellite reception.
Satellite
Synchronization
Automatically synchronize
with the local satellite
time. When this feature is
enabled, the system will
use the satellite time, and
you cannot manually
change the time.
On / Off
Date / Time
Set the date and time.
button to
Press
/
adjust the value, press
button to switch
the
the field and confirm.
Time Stamp
Enable/Disable the date
stamp.
On / Off
Resolution
Set the video resolution.
1080p (1920x1080) /
720p(1280x720)
Set the exposure
compensation.
Press
button to
/
set the exposure level.
You may customize it
between +1.0 ~-1.0.
LCD Setting
Set the duration for the
display to automatically
turn off right after video
recording starts.
On / Turn Off After 30
sec. / Turn Off After 3
min. / Off
Voice Record
Enable/Disable the voice
recording.
On / Off
Beep
Enable/Disable the beep.
On / Off
EV
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Menu option
Description
Speed Cam Alert
Warns the driver when the
vehicle is approaching a
speed camera.
Voice Alert / Off
Enable / Disable the
device to automatically
record video after the
device is turned on.
On / Off
Record Interval
Set the recording duration
for each recorded video
file.
3 min. / 5 min.
Motion Detection
Enable/Disable the
motion detection. If this
function is enabled and
the power off button is
pressed, the system alert
message, “Press OK Key
to Power off, or enter
motion detection after
10sec.”, will pop on the
screen. Under motion
detection mode, the
device will automatically
start recording when any
object movement is
detected.
On / Off
Enable / Disable the
collision detection. If this
function is enabled and
any collision is detected,
the device will
automatically trigger the
emergency recording.
High Sensitivity /
Normal Sensitivity /
Low Sensitivity / off
Automatic
Record
Collision
Detection
Delay Shutdown
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Set the delay duration
before turning off the
power.
Available option
10 sec. / Off
Menu option
Description
Speed Position
Management
Add speed point: The
satellite positioning will
manually add speed to
the camera location. You
can add up to 200 speed
camera locations to the
built-in system.
Delete speed point: All
added speed camera
locations will be deleted.
Add speed point /
Delete speed point
Speed Limit Alert
Set a customized
maximum speed limit.
When the vehicle speed
exceeds the maximum, a
warning tone is
automatically triggered
and a warning message is
displayed on the screen.
Press
button to
/
set the speed limit. You
can set the speed limit
from 50km/h to 200km/h.
WDR
Present a crisp and clear
picture quality with
harmonious contrast in a
high contrast, high
discrepancy environment.
On / Off
Set the on-screen display
menu language.
English / 繁体中文 / 简
体中文 / 한국어 / 日本
語 / Русский / Deutsch /
Français / Italiano /
Español / Português /
Türkçe
File Deletion
Delete the file(s).
Video / Emergency /
Picture
TV standard
Set the TV type based on
your local region.
NTSC / PAL
Format
Format the memory card.
Yes / No
Default
Reset all settings to
factory default settings.
Yes / No
Language
Available option
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5 Installing the Software
1. Place the CD disc bundled with the car camcorder in your
PC/Laptop optical drive.
2. If the CD does not execute automatically, please use Windows
File Manager to execute the Install_CD.exe file in the CD.
The following screen will be shown up.
3. Press the [Menu] item to start the installation process according
to the instructions on-screen.
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6 SuperCar
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8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
2
3
4
16
5
6
No.
Item
No.
Item
1
Video Player
9
File Path
2
Play / Pause
10
Browser File
3
Previous
11
File List
4
Next
12
File Name
5
Stop
13
Volume
6
Google Map
14
Current Duration / Total
Duration
7
Compass
15
Signal Noise Ratio (SNR)
8
Speed Meter
16
G-Sensor
Note:
1. To display the route on Google Maps, please make sure the internet is connected before
starting the video playback
2. Video files (MOV / TS) and GPS/G-Sensor files (NMEA) must be stored in the same folder
before starting the playback.
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Specifications
Item
Description
Image sensor
1/3” CMOS sensor
Effective pixels
2304 (H) x 1536 (V)
Storage media
Supports Micro SDHC, up to 32GB class 6 or above
LCD display
Lens
Focus range
Movie Clip
2.4” LCD color TFT (112K pixels)
Wide Angle Fixed Focus lens
F2.4, f=3.0mm
1.5m~Infinity
Resolution: Full HD (1920 x 1080), 30fps
HD (1280 x 720), 30fps
Format: MOV
Still image
(Snapshot)
Resolution: 3M (2304 x 1536)
Format: DCF (JPEG, Exif: 2.2)
Shutter
Electronic shutter
Auto:1/2 ~1/2000 sec.
G-Sensor
3-Axis G-Force sensor
ISO
Auto
White Balance
Auto
Microphone
Yes
Speaker
Yes
Interface
Mini USB, Mini C Type HDMI
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Item
Battery
Description
Built-in 470mAH Li-polymer rechargeable (This battery
is NOT replaceable)
Operating
Temperature
-10° ~ 60° C
Operating
Humidity
20 ~ 70% RH
Storage
Temperature
-20° ~ 80° C
Dimensions
70 mm x 63 mm x 31 mm (2.7 in x 2.5 in x 1.2 in)
Weight
Approx. 94g (3.3oz)
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