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Dear customer,
Congratulations on purchasing a high-quality Traveler(R) product. You have acquired a modern
digital HD camcorder with excellent technical features and respective accessories,
which is particularly easy to operate. Please study this information in detail observing,
in particular, the safety instructions.
The device comes with a 3-year warranty. You will need the enclosed warranty card and your
sales receipt in the event of the camcorder developing a fault. Keep these in a safe place
together with the Instruction Manual. Please include the Instruction Manual when
passing on the camcorder to a third party.
1. Contents of box
Carefully remove camcorder from packaging and check that all of the below parts are
contained in the box:
1. Traveler® CBB 1
2. SD memory card 2 GB
3. USB car adapter
4. USB cable
5. Suction cup mounting
6. Instruction Manual
7. Warranty documents
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2. Contents
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Introduction
1. Contentsof box
2. Contents
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3.
4.
Safety and Warning notices
Your camcorder
4.1. Description of parts
4.2. Overview of device
4.3. Installing the camcorder
4.4. Charging the battery
4.5. Inserting and removing the memory card
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5.
Menu settings
5.1 Video menu
5.2. Photo menu
5.3. Playback menu
5.4. System settings
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6.
Using the camcorder
6.1 Video recording
6.2. Taking photos
6.3. Recording audio
6.4. Playback recordings
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Connecting to a computer and TV
7.1 System requirements
7.2. Transferring files
7.3. Webcam operation
7.4. Connecting to a TV
Technical Specification
Recording times and number of images
Warranty and Service
Conformity
Cleaning
Disposal
13.1 Packaging
13.2. Device
14. Index
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3. Safety and Warning notices
Incorrect use of the camcorder and accessories can be dangerous for you and others
and can damage or destroy the camcorder. We therefore ask you to read and strictly
observe the following hazard, safety and warning notices.
Intended use
„ This camcorder is intended for taking video clips and digital photos. It has been
designed for private use and is not suitable to be used for commercial purposes.
Hazards for children and persons with limited
ability to operate electronic equipment
„ The camcorder, accessories and packaging are not toys for children to
play with and should be kept away from children. There could be a risk of electrocution, poisoning and suffocation.
„ The camcorder and accessories may not be used by children or persons with
a limited ability of operating equipment. The camcorder and the car power
supply may only be used by persons that are physically and mentally able to safely
operate these devices.
Hazard of electrocution in case of wet and humid
conditions
„ The camcorder and accessories may not be exposed to dripping or spray
water. Containers filled with liquid, such as vases or glasses may also not be
placed on or close to the camcorder. There is a danger of fire and electrocution.
„ Do not charge camcorder close to water. Danger of fire and electrocution. In
particular take care in case of rain, snow, on the beach or near water and protect
your camcorder from moisture and humidity.
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„ Also do not use camcorder in areas exposed to high humidity or considerable
amounts of steam, smoke or dust. There is a danger of fire and electrocution.
Electrical hazard
„ Switch off camcorder if a foreign body or liquid has entered the camcorder. Wait until completely dry, danger of fire and electrocution.
„ Switch off camcorder if camcorder has been dropped or housing is damaged,
there is a danger of fire and electrocution.
„ The camcorder may not be dismantled, modified or repaired, there is a danger
of fire and electrocution.
„ Use the supplied car power supply and only with the rated mains voltage
specified on the rating plate, as otherwise danger of fire and electrocution.
Disconnect camcorder from power by pulling the car power supply out of the
cigarette lighter socket. As long as the car power supply is inserted it can continue
to consume power and represent a hazard source.
Damage from heat – fire hazard
„ Do not leave camcorder in places that are susceptible to considerable
increases in temperature. The housing and internal parts may be damaged,
which in turn could cause a fire.
„ Do not wrap up camcorder or place on textiles. This could produce a build-up
of heat in the camcorder that could cause deformation of the housing and may
represent a fire hazard.
Hazards of using the rechargeable battery
„ Danger of explosion in case of incorrect removal of the battery or use of incorrect
type of battery.
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Injuries and material damage
„ Only place camcorder on sturdy surfaces. The camcorder could otherwise fall
or topple over, causing damage or injury.
„ Only use the car power supply specified for the camcorder. No liability shall
be accepted for damage caused by an incorrect car power supply.
„ Ensure that the LCD display is not subjected to impacts or concentrated
pressure. This could damage the glass of the display or cause the display liquid to
leak out. In case of the liquid coming into contact with eyes or skin, rinse immediately with clean water. In case of contact with eyes, consult doctor immediately.
„ Damage to the electronics, display or lens caused by external influences, such
as impacts, falls or others are not covered by the warranty and shall thus be
charged for.
„ Do not switch on camcorder light when close to other people’s eyes. This
could damage their eyes
„ Do not drop or bump camcorder and handle with due care as the camcorder
could otherwise be damaged.
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4. Your camcorder
4.1. Description of parts
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1
3
4
1. TRAVELER® CBB 1
2. SD memory card 2 GB
3. USB car adapter
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4. USB cable
5. Suction cup mounting
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4.2. Overview of device
SD card slot
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HDMI connection
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USB connection
Button
Function
1
ON/OFF
On and off switch. Keep button depressed for approx. 3 seconds
to switch device on or off.
2
OK
Confirms a selection
3
UP
Move up in menu / zoom in 1x-4x
4
DOWN
Move down in menu / zoom out 4x-1x
5
MODE
Mode selection: video recording, photos, audio recording,
playback.
In menu: set values
6
MENU
Show and hide menu. The USB menu is activated if the camcorder is connected to the computer.
7
RESET
Reset to factory default settings.
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4.3. Installing the camcorder
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5
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3
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Mounting plate
Lever
Suction cup
Pivot joints
Securing bolts
Place bottom of camcorder on mounting plate (1) of suction cup mounting and secure
by sliding to the rear of the mounting plate until it clicks into place.
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Open lever (2) for the suction cup and press suction cup firmly against windscreen.
Once in position, push down lever (2) completely. The suction cup should now be
securely fastened to the windscreen. To release the suction cup from the windscreen
pull again at tab (3) of the suction cup.
To adjust camcorder, slightly release bolts (5) for both pivot joins (4) of the holder and
adjust position of camcorder as required. Tighten bolts again.
The lens of the camcorder can also be rotated by 180°.
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4.4. Charging the battery
To charge the battery either connect camcorder to the computer using the USB cable
or plug the USB car adapter to the cigarette lighter socket.
During charging the red control LED of the camcorder is lit. From full discharge the
battery is charged within approx. 2-3 hours.
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4.5. Inserting and removing the memory card
Prior to any recording, a memory card must first be inserted into the camcorder. Insert
memory card into camcorder as shown until it clicks into place.
To remove memory card, press against card until it protrudes slightly from device,
ready for removal.
For HD quality recording (1280 x 780 pixels) use SDHC memory cards of class 6 or
higher.
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5. Menu settings
5.1. Video menu
For video recording settings first press MODE button to select the Video mode. Then
press MENU button to open the Video menu. The following setting options are
available in the Video menu:
Movie Size:
HD: 1280x720
D1: 848x480
640: 640x480
Video recording at 1280 x 720 pixels with 30 frames per seconds.
Video recording at 848 x 480 pixels with 30 frames per seconds.
Video recording at 640x 480 pixels with 30 frames per seconds.
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Date stamp:
OFF: Off
No date or time information on video.
D&T: Date&Time Date and time are shown on video.
Motion detect:
OFF: Off
ON: On
Loop Rec:
OFF: Off
ON: On
Motion detect off.
Motion detect on.
Loop recording off. Video recording ends as soon as memory card
is full.
Loop recording on. As soon as the memory card is full, the oldest
video recording is deleted to store a new recording.
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Loop time:
2min
5min
10min
A new video recording file is opened every 2 minutes.
A new video recording file is opened every 5 minutes.
A new video recording file is opened every 10 minutes.
Continue:
Off
10min
20min
On external power off, video recording stops.
On external power off, video recording continues for 10 minutes.
On external power off, video recording continues for 20 minutes.
Video Sound:
ON: On
OFF: Off
For video recording with sound.
For video recording without sound.
5.2. Photo menu
For photo settings first press MODE button to select the Photo mode. Then press
MENU button to open the Photo menu. The following setting options are available in
the Photo menu:
Resolution:
5M: 2592x1944
3M: 2048x1536
2M: 1600x1200
1M: 1280x1024
Photos with 2592x1944 pixels.
Photos with 2048x1536 pixels.
Photos with 1600x1200 pixels.
Photos with 1280x1024 pixels.
Quality:
Super Fine
Fine
Normal
Low compression in JPEG format producing an excellent quality.
Medium compression in JPEG format producing a good quality.
High compression in JPEG format producing a standard quality.
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Exposure:
The brightness of photos can be adjusted within a range of -2.0EV (dark) to +2.0EV
(bright). Select the desired EV value by pressing the UP or DOWN button.
Driver Mode:
Off
Self-timer 2S
Self-timer 10S
Burst
No operating mode selected.
Photo is taken automatically with a 2 second delay.
Photo is taken automatically with a 10 second delay.
Continuous photo shooting.
Date stamp:
OFF: Off
No date or time on photo.
D&T: Date&Time Date and time are shown on the photo.
5.3. Playback menu
For playback settings first press MODE button to select the Playback mode. Then
press MENU button to open the Playback menu. The following setting options are
available in the Playback menu:
Lock:
Lock/Unlock one Protect single photo against accidental deletion.
Lock All
Protect all photos against accidental deletion.
Unlock all
Unlock deletion protection from all photos.
Delete:
One
All
Delete a single photo.
Delete all photos.
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Slide Show:
Start
Interval
Repeat
Voice Memo:
Add
Delete
Start photo slideshow.
Time interval between two photos during slide show. Select from
1 to 10 seconds using the MODE button.
Repeat slideshow (Yes) or terminate upon completion (No).
Add commentary to photo. The commentary is recorded as soon
as the OK button is pressed. Recording is stopped by pressing the
OK button again.
Delete existing commentary of photo.
Start-up Image:
Set
Set selected photo as start image.
Cancel
End menu.
5.4. System settings
To adjust the system settings of your camcorder, open the menu by pressing the
MENU button from any operating mode. Use MODE button to change to the System
menu. The following setting options are available in the System menu:
Sounds:
Shutter
Start-up
Beep
Volume
Select whether an audible signal should be emitted when
pressing the camera shutter.
Set the sounds played when switching on the camcorder.
Select if a sound shall be played when pressing a button.
Select the volume of sounds.
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Power frequency:
Set the mains frequency to the mains frequency of your local power supply grid either
to 50 or 60 Hz. This prevents flickering when using the camcorder under artificial light
conditions.
Power Save:
1min
The camcorder switches off if no button has been pressed for 1 minute.
3min
The camcorder switches off if no button has been pressed for 3 minutes.
5min
The camcorder switches off if no button has been pressed for 5 minutes.
OFF
Automatic switch-off is deactivated.
Panel Protect:
30s
The display switches off if no button has been pressed for 30 seconds.
1min
The display switches off if no button has been pressed for 1 minute.
2min
The display switches off if no button has been pressed for 2 minutes.
OFF
The display remains permanently switched on.
Date & Time:
Set the date and time by selecting the value to be changed with the MODE button
and change value using the UP and DOWN buttons. Confirm settings by pressing the
OK button.
Language:
Select the desired menu language by pressing the UP and DOWN button and confirm
your selection by pressing the OK button.
TV Out:
NTSC
PAL
For playing back recordings on a NTSC standard TV.
For playing back recordings on a PAL standard TV.
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Start-up Image:
Off
No start image appears when the camcorder is switched on
System
A standard start images is displayed when the camcorder is switched on.
My image
A start image selected from the Photo menu appears when the
camcorder is switched on.
Format:
The memory card can be directly formatted in the camcorder. Please note that all data
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LED:
OFF
ON
The auxiliary light is deactivated.
The camcorder automatically switches on the auxiliary light next to
the lens in low-light conditions.
Reset All:
This option is used to return all settings to the default settings. Confirm the resetting
by selecting “Yes” or terminate the selection by pressing the MENU button.
Version:
By selecting this option, the firmware version is displayed on the camcorder.
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6. Using the camcorder
6.1. Video recording
Switch on camcorder and change to Video mode by pressing the MODE button.
A video symbol appears in the top left corner when this mode has been selected.
Press the OK button in the video mode to start recording or end an active video
recording.
If motion detection has been switched on in the video menu, the camcorder starts
recording automatically as soon as a motion is detected. The automatically started
recording session ends when no further motion is detected. An automatically started
recording can be ended at any time by pressing the OK button.
A new file is created for video recordings at regular intervals, depending on the period
selected under the “Cycle time” menu option. If the Loop function has been activated,
the oldest video file will be deleted once the memory card is full to make space for a
new video.
If the camcorder is connected to a car adapter or a power supply, it is automatically
switched on in Video mode and commences recording when a motion is detected.
Where the camcorder is connected to a cigarette lighter socket in a car, it will start
automatically as soon as the ignition is switched on. The camcorder is switched off
again 5 minutes after the ignition has been switched off.
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6.2. Taking photos
Switch on camcorder and change to Photo mode using the MODE button. A photo
symbol appears in the top left corner when this mode has been selected. Press the OK
button in the Photo mode to take a photo.
Timed or series photos can be taken if the respective option has been selected from
the Photo menu.
6.3. Recording audio
Switch on camcorder and select Audio mode with MODE button. An audio symbol
appears in the top left corner when this mode has been selected. Press the OK button
in the Audio mode to start audio recording. Press OK button again to end recording.
6.4. Playback recordings
To play back video, photo and audio recordings, use MODE button to change to the
Playback mode. A playback symbol appears in the top left corner when this mode has
been selected.
Select the recording to be played back, using the UP and DOWN button. Where a
video or audio recording is available, playback can be started and ended by pressing
the OK button. Playback of video or audio recordings can be interrupted and continued by pressing the UP button.
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7. Connecting to a computer and TV
7.1. System requirements
The camcorder is compatible with Window systems XP, Vista and 7 as well as with
MacOS and Linux and USB removable storage devices.
For use of the Webcam function Windows XP (Service Pack 2), Vista or 7 is, however,
required.
The following specifications are recommended for playing back and editing videos:
Windows®
„ Pentium® IV, 2.4 GHz or higher
„ Windows® XP/Vista/7
„ 512 MB RAM
„ 2 GB available hard disk space
„ Unassigned USB port
Macintosh
„ PowerPC G3/G4/G5
„ OS 10.3.9 or later system
„ 512 MB RAM
„ 2 GB available hard disk space
„ Unassigned USB port
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7.2. Transferring files
To transfer files from the camcorder to a computer, use supplied USB cable to connect
camcorder to a USB port of the computer. Switch on camcorder and the USB selection
appears on the display. Select “MSDC“ and confirm selection by pressing the OK
button.
The computer will then show an additional drive (Windows: removable storage
device, for MacOS: unknown) allowing access to data contained on the camcorder´s
memory card.
7.3. Webcam operation
To use the camcorder as a webcam, connect camcorder to a USB port of the computer,
using the supplied USB cable. Switch on camcorder and the USB selection appears on
the display. Select “PC camera“ and confirm selection by pressing the OK button.
The computer will then show a USB video device which you can use as a video source
for other programs (MSN Messenger, Skype, etc.).
7.4. Connecting to a TV
The image displayed on the camcorder can be transferred to a TV containing a HDMI
port. Using the supplied HDMI cable, connect the camcorder to a HDMI connection of
the TV. Select the used HDMI port on your TV.
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8. Technische Daten
Model
Sensor
Lens
Focal length
Display
Recording medium
Video resolutions
Photo resolutions
File formats
Zoom
Exposure time
Connections
Battery life
Traveler CBB 1
5 mega pixels CMOS
120° wide angle
12 cm ~ infinity
2.0“ LTPS TFT LCD
SD/SDHC memory card up to 32 GB
1280x720 (30 fps), 848x480 (30 fps), 640x480 (30 fps)
2592x1944, 2048x1536, 1600x1200, 1280x1024
Video: AVI (motion JPEG), Photo: JPEG, Audio: WAV
4x digital zoom
1/2 ~ 1/1000 sec.
USB 2.0, HDMI AV-out (NTSC, PAL)
Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery 600 mAH
USB car adapter (input:12-24V, output: 5.5V)
approx. 2 hours
Operating conditions
Dimensions
Temperature 0-40oC, humidity 10-80%
119 x 55 x 13.2 mm
Power supply
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9. Recording times and number of images
SD / SDHC memory card capacity
Resolution
1GB
2GB
4GB
SDHC
8GB
SDHC
16GB
SDHC
32GB
SDHC
1.280x720 (720P)
15 min
30 min
60 min
120 min
240 min
480 min
848x480 (D1)
15 min
30 min
60 min
120 min
240 min
480 min
640x480 (640)
30 min
50 min
80 min
140 min
260 min
520 min
1.280x1.024 (1.3M)
760
1520
3040
6080
12160
24320
1.600x1.200 (2M)
720
1440
2880
5760
11520
23040
2.048x1.536 (3M)
690
1380
2760
5530
10960
21920
2.592x1.944 (5M)
590
1180
2360
4720
9440
18880
10. Warranty and Service
Our service outlets will be happy to assist you in case of problems with the operation
of the device or with any queries and problems.
The device comes with a manufacturer´s warranty of 3 years. Please see enclosed
Warranty Card for details.
Please contact our hotline prior to returning a defective device.
Service address:
Schenker Australia Pty Ltd
TRAVELER Service
P.O. Box 329
Villawood, NSW 2163
Australia
Tel.: 1 800 623 432
Manufacturer’s address
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Foto-Elektronik-Vertriebs-GmbH
Denisstr. 28A
67663 Kaiserslautern
Germany
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11. Conformity
This device was tested according to Part 15 of the FCC regulations. This device may be operated
provided that the following two conditions are observed:
„ This device may not cause any interference.
„ This device must absorb any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation or operational faults.
This device was tested according to Part 15 of the FCC regulations and it was confirmed that the
device complies with the limit values for class B digital devices. The aim of these limit values is
to provide appropriate protection against adverse sources of interference in domestic residences.
This device generates and uses high frequency energy and can emit this.
If the device is not installed in accordance with these instructions, it may cause considerable
interference for radio transmissions. Some devices may produce interference even if these
instructions are followed.
In the event of radio or television reception being affected by this device – this can be easily
tested by switching the device on and off –try to remedy the fault by taking one or more of the
following steps:
„ Turning the receiving aerial in another direction or changing its location.
„ Increasing the distance between the device and the receiver.
„ Connecting the device and the receiver to two different power circuits.
„ Contact your dealer or a radio/TV expert.
The device bears the CE mark in compliance with the following European
Guidelines:
2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
2004/108/EC EMC Directive
The EC Declaration of Conformity can be requested from the address listed
on the Warranty card.
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12. Cleaning
CAUTION! Disconnect USB car adpater from cigarette lighter socket prior to any
cleaning.
Do not use solvent, aggressive or abrasive cleaning agents for cleaning as these may
damage the surface.
Carefully clean the device with a soft cloth. remove any stuborn stains by slightly
wetting the cloth, whilst ensuring that no moisture enters the device. Wipe device
until completely dry.
13. Disposal
13.1. Packaging
The product packaging is made of recyclable material and can be
recycled. Recycle in an environmentally suitable manner.
13.2. Device
Correct disposal of this product:
This label indicates that electronic devices may not be disposed of in
normal domestic waste in the EU. Please use the return and collection
systems offered by your municipality or contact the dealer from which
you purchased the product.
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14. Index
A
E
Accessory 2, 8
Audible signal 16
Audio recording 20
Energy saving mode 17
Exposure 15
B
Film size 13
Fixing 10
Formatting 18
Battery, charging 11
Bolts 10
Button functions 9
C
Charge battery 11
Cleaning 26
Commentary 16
Conformity 25
Contents of box 2, 8
Cycle time 14
Cyclic operation 13
D
Date, print 13, 15
Date, set 17
Delayed switch off 14
Delete 15
Description of parts 8
Device overview 9
Disposal 26
F
I
Image at start 18
Images, number of 24
Installation 10
L
Language 17
Lever 10
M
Mains frequency 17
Memory card 12
Motion detect 13
Mounting plate 10
O
Operating buttons 9
Operating mode 15
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P
T
Panel protect 17
Photo menu 14
Pivot joints 10
Playback 20
Playback menu 15
Protection 15
Taking photos 20
Technical specification 23
Time, setting 17
Timed activation 15
Transferring images 22
TV connection 22
TV output 17
Q
Quality 14
U
R
USB cable 8
USB car adapter 8
Recording times 24
Reset 9
Reset all 18
Resolution 14
S
Safety information 5 ff
Securing 10
Series images 15
Service 24
Slideshow 16
Start image 16
Suction cup 10
Suction cup mounting 8, 10
System requirements 21
System settings 16
V
Version 18
Video menu 13
Video recording 19
Video sound 14
W
Warning information 5ff
Warranty 24
Webcam 22
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Foto-Elektronik-Vertriebs-GmbH
Denisstr. 28A
67663 Kaiserslautern
Germany
38070
04/2012
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