Instructions for D-444 Digital Game Camera

Instructionsfor
forD-444
D-444
Instructions
Digital Game
Camera
GameSpy
Digital
Camera
THANK YOU for your purchase of the D-444 Digital Game Camera. Please read this
booklet before using the unit. If you should have any questions about this product or
any other Moultrie product, please contact us using the information on the back of
this booklet. Please register your camera at www.moultriefeeders.com/warranty
to activate your 1-year warranty.
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CAMERA OVERVIEW
FRONT VIEW
LED Flash
Camera Lens
Light Sensor
Second Light Sensor
Aim LED
Motion Sensor
LCD Display
Mode Button
ON/OFF/AIM
Enter Button
External Power Port
Navigation Buttons
Unlock for slide-out battery compartment
SIDE VIEW
USB Port
SD Card Slot
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CAMERA OVERVIEW (cont.)
ON / OFF / AIM
ON / OFF / IR TEST
AIM - When AIM is ON and the PIR sensor detects motion, the red LED on the front of the camera will
IR TestIRoff.
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come
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and When
then shut
LED on the front of the camera will come on for 2 sec and then shut off.
MODE
BUTTON
MODE
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ENTER, UP/DOWN and LEFT/RIGHT BUTTONS
ENTER, UP/DOWN and LEFT/RIGHT BUTTONS
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manuallyCOMPARTMENT
take a picture.
BATTERY
The
camera is powered
by six (6) C-cell alkaline batteries. Slide the Unlock switch to the right and
BATTERY
COMPARTMENT
grab
small handle
under the
switch to AA
slide-out
the battery
tray. Slide the
Thethe
Camera
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by eight(8)
size alkaline
orcompartment
lithium batteries.
Unlock switch to the right and grab the small handle under the switch to slide-out the
SD
CARDcompartment
SLOT
battery
tray.
Accepts
32GB SD Card fortophoto
and video
storage.for best performance.
NOTE:upIttoisa recommended
use lithium
batteries
(Do
not
mix
battery
types)
NOTE: An SD Card must be installed for the camera to operate (sold separately). For best results,
we recommend that you format the SD card inside the camera before taking pictures.
SD CARD SLOT
Accepts up to a 32GB SD Card for photo and video storage.
USB
PORT
Note: An SD Card must be installed for the camera to operate (sold separately).
Download still pictures and video onto your computer by connecting a USB cable (sold separately)
PORT
toUSB
the USB
port.
Download still pictures and video onto your computer by connecting a USB to
Mini-USB POWER
cable (sold
separately).
EXTERNAL
PORT
Accepts
the Moultrie PowerPanel
POWERPANEL
PORT or Moultrie Battery Box accessories only (sold separately).
Refer to www.moultriefeeders.com for more information.
Accepts the Moultrie PowerPanel accessory (sold separately) only. Refer to
www.moultriefeeders.com
forsource
more will
information.
NOTE:
The use of any other power
void your warranty and possibly harm your camera.
SAVE FILE
C
PLOTSTALKER
SAVE FILE
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SAVING FILES OVERVIEW
Use the Save
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CAMERA SPECIFICATIONS
Photo Quality
0.5 MP
800 x 600
2.0 MP
1600 x 1200
4.0 MP
2304 x 1728
8.0 MP
3296 x 2472
Video Quality
VGA
640 x 480 @ 24fps
Approximate photos stored 4 GB SD card
0.5 MP
10,000
2.0 MP
4,000
4.0 MP
2,400
8.0 MP
1,300
Approximate video time stored 4GB SD card
SETUP AND PROGRAMMING
Setup Menu
The UP/DOWN buttons are used to navigate through the available setting choices. UP/DOWN moves
to the next menu item and ENTER selects the item to be changed. Additional menu choices are
available by hitting the UP/DOWN button when either the first or the last option is highlighted.
setup
DATE/TIME
MM/DD/YY HH:MMAM
Date/Time
Set Date /Time - on the SETUP DATE/TIME screen use the UP/DOWN buttons to modify the month.
Press LEFT/RIGHT buttons to move to the next field. Press the ENTER button again to save your
selections. The Time and Date is retained between battery changes. Time is not automatically
adjusted for daylight savings.
CAPTURE MODE
motion detect
VGA
75 min
SD Memory Card
32 GB Max
Optical Field of View
55 degrees
Batteries
6 Alkaline C-cells
Capture Mode
Press the UP/DOWN buttons to highlight the desired mode. Press the ENTER button to save the mode
and return to the Camera Setup Menu. There are four capture mode settings: MOTION DETECT, TIME
LAPSE, HYBRID CAM or VIDEO. Refer to the CAPTURE MODE section of this manual for details.
Approximate Detection Range
45 +/-5 feet
NOTE: Only the settings that apply to the selected recording mode can be changed.
PHOTO QUALITY
(high)4.O MP
Photo Quality
The higher the quality of the photo/image the more memory and battery life it consumes. However,
higher quality images have higher resolution which results in clearer images – especially when
zooming in. There are four photo/image quality settings - 0.5 MP, 2.0 MP, 4.0 MP and 8.0 MP. Press the
UP/DOWN buttons to highlight the desired setting. Press the ENTER button to save the setting and
return to the Camera Setup Menu. Refer to SPECIFICATIONS section of this document for details on
number of images stored based on Photo Quality.
PHOTO DELAY
15 SEC
Photo Delay
The photo delay determines the number of minutes between pictures when an animal is detected
and remains in range. To change the delay time press the UP/DOWN buttons to highlight the desired
setting. Press the ENTER button to save the setting and return to the Camera Setup Menu. Additional
menu choices are available by hitting the UP/DOWN button when the first/last option is highlighted.
Photo Delay can be set to 15 and 30 seconds; as well as 1, 5, 10, 30 and 60 minutes.
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SETUP AND PROGRAMMING (cont)
MULTI-SHOT
OFF
Multi-Shot
When the Game Spy Camera is configured for MOTION in the capture mode screen, the camera can
take 2 shot standard or 3 Shot standard, 2 Shot Fast, 3 Shot Fast, and 4 Shot Fast each time an animal
is detected. There is an approximate 3-4 second delay between pictures when the 2 shot standard or
3 Shot standard setting is selected. When the 2 Shot Fast, 3 Shot Fast, and 4 Shot setting is selected,
the camera will take the selected amount of photos within 1-2 seconds. To choose the desired setting
press the ENTER button to enter the Multi Shot settings. Press UP or DOWN to select the desired
DELAY
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of photos. Then
press ENTER again to return to the camera setup menu.
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ON FREEZE
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use a maximum exposure time of 1/8sec for the night photos.
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ADVANCED INFORMATION
Viewing Pictures on Computer via USB
1. Plug USB cable (sold separately) into the USB port on your Windows 7/Vista/XP computer.
2. Plug other end of USB cable into the camera’s USB port.
3. To access JPG pictures and AVI movie files navigate to “My Computer” and double click the
“Moultrie CAM” drive. Picture files will be stored in theDCIM/100MFCAM directory; video files
are located in the DCIM directory.
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ADVANCED INFORMATION (cont.)
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4. To exit USB mode follow Windows’ instructions for properly disconnecting a removable drive
ADVANCED INFORMATION (cont.)
and then unplug.
INFORMATION
ON PICTURE
INFORMATION
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Information on Picture
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75oF
Temperature
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Moon
Moon
Date
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Temp.
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MOULTRIECAM
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Date
Camera
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Moon
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The icons for the moon phase are as follows:
The icons for the moon phase are as follows:
01
12
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New
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Moon
Waxing
Waxing
Crescent
Crescet
23
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time of 1/20sec for the night photos. Other adjustments are made to increase the
brightness and clarity of the photo. When this feature is turned off the camera will
use a maximum exposure time of 1/8sec for the night photos.
MULTI SHOT
OFF
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SHOT
Multi-Shot
- (default OFF) - When the Game Spy Camera is configured for
TRAIL in the capture mode screen, the camera can take 2 shot standard or 3
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detected. There is an approximate 3-4 second delay between pictures when the 2
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Important Battery lnformation
Only use alkaline batteries. We recommend the use of Duracell or Energizer batteries.
Do not mix old and new batteries. Always replace ALL the batteries at the same time.
When the camera is not in use, please remove the batteries.
Moultrie Limited Warranty
This product has been thoroughly tested and inspected before shipment. It is guaranteed from
defects in material and workmanship from the date of purchase for 1 year. Under this limited
guarantee we agree to replace or repair free of charge any part or parts which have been found to
be defective in original material or workmanship. Should you require in-warranty service, call our
Customer Service Department. If your problem cannot be addressed over the telephone, we may
need you to send us your defective product plus proof of purchase.
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SETUP AND PROGRAMMING (cont)
camera name
moultriecam
Camera Name
The Camera Name is imprinted on the photos and provides a point of reference when multiple
cameras are used. To change the Camera Name use the LEFT/RIGHT buttons to highlight the
character to be modified. Press the UP/DOWN button to select the desired character (A to Z, 0 to 9,
or space). Press LEFT/RIGHT to move to the next character. Press the ENTER button to save the new
camera name and return to the Camera Setup Menu.
temperature
fahrenheit
Temperature
The temperature is imprinted on each photo and can be in degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius. To change
the temperature units press the UP/DOWN buttons to highlight the desired setting. Press the ENTER
button to save the setting and return to the Camera Setup Menu.
FCC Statements
Moultrie Products, LLC
MCG-12591
Note: Changes and modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible could void the user’s authority to operate this device.
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.
NOTE: 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.
NOTE: This device complies 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 device 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 device 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:
info strip
on
Info Strip
When the Info Strip is turned ON the information strip, as described in the Advanced Setup section
of this manual, is imprinted on the photos. The Temperature, Moon Phase, Date, Time, Camera Name
and Moultrie logo are imprinted on the bottom of each picture. When the Info Strip is turned OFF,
the photo contains no information strip. To change the Info Strip setting press the LEFT/RIGHT
buttons to highlight the desired setting. Press the ENTER button to save the setting and return to
the Camera Setup Menu.
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- lncrease 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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TIME frequency
30 seconds
Time Frequency
This setting is used to set the time frequency between each photo in time lapse mode. To change
the time lapse frequency press the UP/DOWN buttons to highlight the desired setting. Press the
ENTER button to save the setting and return to the Camera Setup Menu. Time lase frequency can be
set to 5, 10, 15, 30, 60 seconds or 2 or 5 minutes.
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SETUP AND PROGRAMMING (cont)
default settings
no
Default Settings
To restore all the settings back to the factory default press the UP/DOWN buttons to highlight
the YES setting. Press the ENTER button to restore the default settings and return to the Camera
Setup Menu.
NOTE: Increasing the Time Lapse Frequency will decrease the battery life of the camera.
NOTE: When the Time Lapse Frequency is set to 60 seconds, 2 minutes or 5 minutes, the
cameras motion sensor can still be activated in between photos. When this occurs,
a photo will be taken and added to the plot video.
delete all
NO
Delete All Photos
To remove all content on the SD card, press the LEFT/RIGHT buttons to highlight the YES setting.
Press the ENTER button to erase photos and return to the Camera Setup Menu.
TIME duration
3 hours
Time Duration
Time Duration is used to limit the time periods that the camera will be active. To change the time
lapse duration press the UP/DOWN buttons to highlight the desired setting. Press the ENTER button
to save the setting and return to the Camera Setup Menu.
Time Lapse Duration can be set to All Day, 1, 2, 3, or 4 hours.
All Day – Camera takes photos all day
1 Hour – Camera takes photos for 1 hour twice a day.
2 Hour – Camera takes photos for 2 hours twice a day.
3 Hour – Camera takes photos for 3 hours twice a day.
4 Hour – Camera takes photos for 4 hours twice a day.
NOTE: Increasing the Time Lapse Duration will decrease the battery life of the camera.
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NOTE: This will also format your SD card for use in your camera.
security code
00000
Security Code
This feature prevents unauthorized use of the camera, should it become lost or stolen, by requiring a
5-digit security code be entered to unlock the camera. The security code is 5 digits, each digit being a
number 0-9. The default code is “00000”. Once the code is changed from the default code the camera
will prompt you to enter the correct code whenever:
The camera is turned on
The camera is woken up from sleep mode
The camera is connected to USB
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