FCC Statements
Instructions for S-Series Digital Game Cameras
Moultrie Products
MCG-13183
THANK YOU for your purchase of an S-Series 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 warranty.
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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.
Motion Sensor
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:
- 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.
Infrared LED Flash
Camera Lens
Light Sensor
TFT Display
Mode Selector Switch
Release for
Battery Compartment
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External Power Port
Status Indicator
Menu Button
SD Card Slot
Navigation Buttons
Micro USB Port
MOULTRIE S-SERIES
Important Battery lnformation
- Only use Alkaline or Lithium batteries. We recommend the use of 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
MAIN MENU
MOTION DETECT
DETECTION DELAY
TIMELAPSE
TL INTERVAL
PIR SENSITIVITY
MOTION + TL
TL PROGRAM #1
MULTI-SHOT
INFOSTRIP SETTINGS
TL PROGRAM #2
PHOTO OR VIDEO
PHOTO/VIDEO
SETTINGS
RESET OPTIONS
RESET OPTIONS
GENERAL
SETTINGS
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 2 years. 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
INFOSTRIP
DATE
TIME
MEMORY
SETTINGS
ERASE ALL IMAGES
cannot be addressed
overSETTINGS
the telephone, we may
need& you
to send us your defective
product
plus proof of purchase.
You must register your camera at www.moultriefeeders.com/warranty to activate your 2-year warranty.
CAMERA NAME
Troubleshooting
Please visit www.moultriefeeders.com/contact-us
for troubleshooting
andSYSTEM
helpful tips.
TEMPERATURE
F/C
SETTINGS
Returns and Repairs
GENERAL SETTINGS
MEMORY SETTINGS
SYSTEM SETTINGS
MANAGED
MEMORY
SECURITY CODE
INFOSTRIP ACTIVE
FACTORY RESET
PHOTO RESOLUTION
UPGRADE
FIRMWARE
Please visit http://www.moultriefeeders.com/return-policy and complete the form or our Service Department will gladly answer any questions
you have. Call 800-653-3334, Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM CST.
PHOTO/VIDEO
SETTINGS
MOULTRIE MOBILE® COMPATIBILITY
Your camera is compatible with our Moultrie Mobile®
cellular service when combined with the Field Modem MV1. Please visit www.moultriemobile.com
MOTION FREEZE
for more information.
VIDEO RESOLUTION
VIDEO LENGTH
2
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MENU MAP
SYSTEM OPTIONS (cont.)
Confirm Security Code
SYSTEM SETTINGS
Once a Security Code has been entered, the camera will prompt you to verify the code.
This will keep you from mis-entering a code or seting a code inadvertantly.
CONFIRM SECURITY CODE
GENERAL SETTINGS
MAIN MENU
0 0 0 0 0
MOTION DETECT
Reset to Default settings
TIMELAPSE
TL INTERVAL
MOTION + TL
TL PROGRAM #1
You can reset your camera to the factory default settings.
Choose either YES - all setups restored to factory default or NO - keep custom settings.
GENERAL SETTINGS
Upgrade Firmware
The firmware version is displayed.
YES - To upgrade firmware.
NO - Keep current firmware.
INFOSTRIP SETTINGS
DETECTION DELAY
FACTORY RESET
MULTI-SHOT
INFOSTRIP SETTINGS
TL PROGRAM #2
PHOTO OR VIDEO
PHOTO/VIDEO
SETTINGS
RESET OPTIONS
RESET OPTIONS
MEMORY SETTINGS
TEMPERATURE F/C
Do Not Reset
Factory Reset
SYSTEM SETTINGS
UPGRADE FIRMWARE
SYSTEM SETTINGS
XNo
Yes
NOTE: This operation should only be performed when firmware update is required.
MEMORY SETTINGS
PHOTO/VIDEO
SETTINGS
ERASE ALL IMAGES
MANAGED
MEMORY
CAMERA NAME
PIR SENSITIVITY
SYSTEM SETTINGS
X
DATE & TIME
SYSTEM SETTINGS
SECURITY CODE
INFOSTRIP ACTIVE
FACTORY RESET
PHOTO RESOLUTION
UPGRADE
FIRMWARE
MOTION FREEZE
VIDEO RESOLUTION
VIDEO LENGTH
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CAMERA OVERVIEW
MODE SWITCH
Aim - When Aim is ON and the PIR Motion Sensor detects motion, the Status Indicator’s red LED on the front of the camera will come on and remain lit
as long as motion is detected. Additionally, a live view from the camera will be displayed on screen to show the area that will be captured in photos
or videos. Custom Start - set and run camera with custom settings. Quick Start - set and run camera with pre-defined settings. Playback - view
recorded photos or videos on the camera’s TFT screen.
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MEMORY OPTIONS
Managed Memory
Selecting the OVERWRITE OLDEST option will cause the oldest files to be overwritten with
new captures when the SD card reaches its capacity. With the DO NOT OVERWRITE option
selected, the camera will cease image capture once the SD card reaches capacity.
MEMORY SETTINGS
MANAGED MEMORY
X
Do Not Overwrite
Overwrite Oldest
NAVIGATION BUTTONS
The Menu Button selects Camera Setup or Main Screen. When camera mode is selected, the LEFT and RIGHT buttons navigate through the menu
options. The Menu Button is also used to wake-up the camera and turn on the display when the camera is in power saving (or sleep) mode. The
OK button selects the item to be changed. The UP/DOWN and LEFT/RIGHT buttons are used to step through and modify the menu options. Pressing
the OK button again, selects the option indicated on the display. The OK button is also used to manually take a picture.
Erase Images
Choose between Yes - erase all images, or No - does not change stored images.
NOTE: This will also format your SD card for use in your camera.
BATTERY COMPARTMENT
The camera is powered by twelve (12) AA alkaline or lithium batteries. Push the battery compartment release button to eject the battery tray.
Install batteries as indicated on the engravings on the battery tray, taking care to note the correct polarity. See Important Battery Information
section on Page 15 of this manual.
SD CARD SLOT
Accepts up to a 32GB SD Card (Class 4 or higher) for photo and video storage. NOTE: A Class 4 or higher SD Card must be installed for the camera to
operate (sold separately). Ultra/turbo SD cards are not recommended.
USB PORT
Download still pictures and video onto your computer by connecting a micro-B to USB cable (not included) to the USB port.
EXTERNAL POWER PORT
Accepts the Moultrie power accessories (sold separately) only. Refer to www.moultriefeeders.com for more information.
NOTE: The use of any other power source will void your warranty and possibly harm your camera.
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MEMORY SETTINGS
ERASE ALL IMAGES
XNo
Yes
NOTE:
Erasing images will also
format SD card
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SYSTEM OPTIONS
Security Code
Select a 5 digit security code for your camera.
NOTE: Please remember your security code. If the code is lost, you can contact Moultrie
customer support to reset the password (charges may apply). Also, use caution when navigating
through the Security Code option as not to set a code by mistake. For no Security Code, the
setting should remain as “00000”.
SYSTEM SETTINGS
SECURITY CODE
0 0 0 0 0
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B
SETTING PHOTO/VIDEO OPTIONS (cont.)
Setting Motion Freeze
This feature maximizes the image clarity during night photos. When this feature is on the
camera will adjust the exposure time to reduce blur associated with motion. 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 that will not reduce
blur, but will increase the effective flash range and image brightness of night photos.
PHOTO/VIDEO SETTINGS
MOTION FREEZE
Choose between 2 image quality settings:
1. HD:
1280 x 720
2. FULL HD:
1920 x 1080
On (Fast Flash)
Off (Max. Flash)
NOTE: On (Fast Flash) reduces
image blur, but also reduces
flash range.
PHOTO/VIDEO SETTINGS
VIDEO RESOLUTION
HD (1280 x 720)
FHD (1920 x 1080)
X
Use the steps below as a guide to quickly set up your camera so it will function using the factory default settings.
STEP 1
X
Setting Video Quality
QUICK START INSTRUCTIONS
Open camera cover. Install twelve (12) AA size alkaline or lithium batteries with polarities as indicated in the Battery Tray. Insert your SD card. We
recommend that you erase the SD card (ERASE IMAGES) inside the camera before taking pictures: this will not only erase all images, but will also
format your SD card for use in the camera. Camera will not operate without SD card. Switch camera to Quick Start.
STEP 2
Mount camera in desired location using a mounting strap. The camera also has two Python™
Cable Loops for added security. NOTE: Camera must be attached to a stable object for
motion detection to function properly. Mounting camera on an unstable structure may
result in excess image captures with no subject (false triggers).
Eyelet
STEP 3
Switch camera to Aim. Aim camera using motion detection to determine target area.
Walk in front of the camera at the desired distance and the camera LED will flash,
showing the covered area which can be seen using Live View on the TFT screen.
STEP 4
Close cover. The camera will operate using Default settings. You may also
customize the settings if desired in Custom Start.
Setting Video Length
Choose between 5 video length settings (5, 10, 30, 60 or 90 seconds).
NOTE: Night videos are limited to a maximum of 30 seconds.
PHOTO/VIDEO SETTINGS
VIDEO LENGTH
X
12
90 seconds
60 seconds
30 seconds
10 seconds
5 seconds
Setting Run Mode
When you choose Quick Start, the only settings
that you will be able to change will be Date and
Time, allowing for rapid setup. Other settings are:
OPTION
SETTING
Mode
Motion Detect
Detection Delay
30 seconds
Multi-Shot
3-Triggered
Photo or Video
Photo
Python™ Cable
Loops
Mounting
Strap
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CAPTURE MODES
Setting Camera Name
Select an identity for your camera. For example, you can use a name or a location;
the identity you wish to use is up to you.
INFOSTRIP SETTINGS
CAMERA NAME
Setting Capture Mode
Use the Up/Down buttons to choose between operating modes. This camera has 3 modes.
M O U LT R I E C A M
1. Motion Detect - Capture photo or video when motion or heat is detected.
2. Time Lapse - Capture photo at periodic intervals based on the Time Lapse program setting.
3. Motion + Time Lapse - Uses a combination of Time Lapse and Motion Detect modes at different times
of the day. Press the Right button to move to start motion capture.
Temperature
The temperature is imprinted on each photo and can be in degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius.
NOTE: Options for Motion and Time Lapse can be set in their respective option menus.
D
INFOSTRIP SETTINGS
TEMPERATURE UNITS
X
Fahrenheit (F)
Celsius (C)
SETTING MOTION DETECT OPTIONS
IMAGE REVIEW SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
Download your free Image Review software at www.moultriefeeders.com/imagesoftware
For PC users: Installation and operation instructions are available here, as well.
For Mac users: This software is not Mac-compatible. You can import your image files into a program such as iMovie and iPhoto.
Setup Selection Setting
From the Default Screen, pressing the Menu button will enter the current capture mode’s Main Screen. Press the Down button 3 times to enter
GENERAL SETTINGS. Press the Left button to move to the next setting. Using this method you can customize your camera’s feature settings.
From this Main Screen, press OK to get to the Test Capture screen. See pages 1 & 2 for the full layout of the camera menu.
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SETTING PHOTO/VIDEO OPTIONS
Setting Photo Quality
Choose between 4 image resolution settings:
1. Enhanced:
6080 x 3420
2. High:
4224 x 2376
3. Medium:
2688 x 1512
4. Low:
1920 x 1080
PHOTO/VIDEO SETTINGS
PHOTO RESOLUTION
X
Low (2MP)
Medium (4MP)
High (10MP)
Enhanced (20MP)
For all menu navigation, use UP/DOWN to change and LEFT/RIGHT to navigate between options and OK to lock-in your selection.
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Event Delay Setting
SETTING MOTION + TIMELAPSE OPTIONS
Detection Delay determines the number of minutes between pictures when an
animal is detected and remains in range. Choose between (NONE, 10 sec, 30 sec,
1 min, 5min, 10min, or 30 min).
Setting Motion + Timelapse Features
MOTION DETECT MODE
DETECTION DELAY
30 minutes
10 minutes
5 minutes
1 minute
30 seconds
10 seconds
The camera operates in Motion Detect Mode and Time Lapse Mode during the programmed intervals.
NOTE: The settings entered for both Timelapse and Motion Detect modes will be used when in this mode. Settings can be made in their
respective menus.
PIR Sensitivity
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SETTING INFOSTRIP OPTIONS
Infostrip Active
Choose between:
YES - Camera Name, Time, etc, information will be imprinted at the bottom
of the image/video as an information bar.
Note: Remember to input the camera name in the setup and set the clock accordingly.
INFOSTRIP SETTINGS
INFOSTRIP ACTIVE
XHigh
Low
Setting Multi-Shot
Setting Date and Time
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MOTION DETECT MODE
PIR SENSITIVITY
XYes
No
NO - No information bar will be imprinted.
IMPORTANT! Use to set date and time.
PIR Sensitivity allows you to control as to how much movement and at what distance
the camera will trigger. HIGH sensitivity will allow for more distance, but will make
the camera slightly more susceptible to false triggers and is ideal for open areas such as
fields and food plots. LOW sensitivity will shorten the distance but lower the chance of
false triggers and is ideal for close range traps and deeply wooded areas.
INFOSTRIP SETTINGS
DATE & TIME
12 / 14 / 2014
10 : 23 pm
Choose how many pictures you would like captured in a sequence
when the camera is triggered (1 or 3).
Available options are:
1 (OFF) - Single photo taken per event.
3 BURST - Three rapidly captured photos taken per event. All 3 photos are captured within one second.
NOTE: Burst mode is only capable of up to 4MP captures, regardless of your resolution setting.
MOTION DETECT MODE
MULTI-SHOT
X
1 (off)
3 Triggered
3 Burst
3 TRIGGERED - Up to three photos are captured per event with an approximate one second delay between each capture. Each subsequent photo
after the first requires an individual trigger. This allows for multiple potential image captures of the same event while reducing the chance of
empty images if the subject moves out of the field of view after the first shot.
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Setting Photo or Video
Choose between Photo, Video or Both. “Both” will take a photo, then a video.
MOTION DETECT MODE
PHOTO OR VIDEO
XPhoto
Video
Both
Reset Options
Choose between a set of predefined configurations for the motion detect
capture mode to quickly configure your camera for certain levels of performance.
MOTION DETECT MODE
RESET OPTIONS
X
Do Not Reset
Max. Performance
Max. Battery
Factory Defaults
Setting Program Start
Choose between 24 different settings: any hour from MlDNlGHT to 11 PM. This will
determine what time the camera will wake up during the program and begin its time
lapse program. Setting to ALWAYS ON will make the camera operate in timelapse
24 hours/day.
SETTING TIMELAPSE OPTIONS
Set Frequency of Capture
Choose between 10, 30 seconds / 1, 5, 10, 15, or 30 minutes / 1, 2, 3, 6, 12 hours or 1 day.
When start time is set, the camera will automatically move to the Stop option. Set the
Stop time after the Start time you already set. This will set the Start and Stop during
the time lapse photography.
NOTE: Repeat the above steps for each Program #2 to be set.
TIMELAPSE (TL) MODE
T.L. PROGRAM #1 STOP TIME
XMIDNIGHT
11pm
10pm
9pm
8pm
7pm
Reset Options
TIMELAPSE (TL) MODE
TIMELAPSE INTERVAL
Use to reset your Timelapse options.
TIMELAPSE (TL) MODE
RESET OPTIONS
X
30 minutes
15 minutes
10 minutes
5 minutes
1 minute
30 seconds
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X6am
5am
4am
3am
2am
1am
Setting Program Stop
WARNING: If Program #1 is set to Always On, settings for Program #2 will be disabled.
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TIMELAPSE (TL) MODE
T.L. PROGRAM #1 START TIME
Do Not Reset
Factory Defaults
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