12MP FULL HD DIGITAL
SCOUTING CAMERA
ULTRA-GHOSTHUNTER
0.4 Second Trigger Speed
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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Introduction .............................................................................................................. - 1 1.1 Fully Functionality Introduction ............................................................................ - 1 1.2 Application ........................................................................................................... - 2 1.3 Power Supply ...................................................................................................... -- 2 1.4 SD Card Selection ................................................................................................. - 3 1.5 USB Connection ................................................................................................... - 4 1.6 Attention.............................................................................................................. - 4 Whole View and Details of Camera ........................................................................... - 5 2.1 Figure 1: Front View of Camera; ........................................................................... - 5 2.2 Figure 2: Bottom View of Camera; ........................................................................ - 6 2.3 Figure 3: Internal, Side and Back View of Camera ................................................. - 7 2.4 Function Keys & Other Details .............................................................................. - 8 Quick Start ................................................................................................................ - 9 3.1 How to Start the Camera? .................................................................................... - 9 3.2 How to Set the Functions?.................................................................................... - 9 3.3 Camera Default Settings in Red Letters ................................................................. - 9 Operation List .......................................................................................................... - 11 4.1 Video/Photo Playback ........................................................................................ - 11 4.2 Delete ................................................................................................................ - 11 4.3 Format of SD Card .............................................................................................. - 11 4.4 PIR Test .............................................................................................................. - 10 4.5 Auto Power Off .................................................................................................. - 10 4.6 Operation Menu................................................................................................. - 10 Specification............................................................................................................ - 15 Trouble Shooting ..................................................................................................... - 16 6.1 Photos Do Not Capture Subject of Interest ......................................................... - 16 6.2 Camera Stops Taking Images or Won’t Take Images ............................................ - 16 6.3 Night Vision Flash Range Doesn’t Meet Expectation ........................................... - 16 6.4 Photos Do Not Capture Subject of Interest ......................................................... - 17 Warranty ................................................................................................................. - 18 -
1. Introduction
ULTRA-GHOSTHUNTER are easy operation highly qualified products. You now may enjoy the
excellences reflected on this series product. This 12MP FHD digital camera was totally R&D
by our diligent and smart engineers based on feedbacks and requirements from customers
globally. May you also enjoy and adore this product as we do. And ULTRA-GHOSTHUNTER ®
is always open-minded with willing to adopt creative ideas from you.
ULTRA-GHOSTHUNTER is 3G wirless cellular with 100 degree wide angle
1.1 Fully Functionality Introduction
Besides all the functions you may experience from any other similar products. This ULTRAGHOSTHUNTER ® digital scouting camera is aimed to offer user the most friendly using experience with many extraordinary features, like 100° FOV lens, 56pcs 60° IR LEDs, 0.4 seconds
trigger time, and 3 burst within 1second multi-shot, user friendly operational menu, etc.
1:Programmable 5 or 8 or 12-Megapixel high-quality resolution.
2:Rapid 0.4 seconds trigger speed.
3:Full HD 1080P (1920x1080): 30FPS, 720P (1280x720), 640x480
4:There are 56pcs invisible IR LEDs in total,you can choose 21pcs leds mode and 56pcs leds
mode.
5:ULTRA-GHOSTHUNTER with Wide lens model: 100 degree FOV lens; 110 degree PIR angle
6:There are two selects of IR LED on the ULTRA-GHOSTHUNTER ® camera, 850nm and
940nm. The
former provides up to 25 meters flash range whereas the latter up to 15 meters flash range.
7:In “Cam + Video” mode, camera takes both pictures and video at every trigger event.
8:Ultra low standby power consumption. Extremely long in-field life (in standby mode, up to
3~6 months with 8 x AA batteries).
9:Support multiple functions: adjustable PIR sensitivity, Multi-shot (1~7 photos per trigger),
programmable delay between motions, Time Lapse, Timer, Audio Recording, TV out,
stamp of (camera ID, date/time, temperature, moon phase) on every single photo.
10:Perform in the most extreme temperatures from -22°F to 158°F.
11:Compact size. Well designed to deploy covertly.
12:In Time Lapse setting, the camera automatically and constantly takes pictures/videos at
specified interval. This is very useful when observing plants flowering, birds building
nest, or when monitoring unattended properties such as parking lots.
13:With Timer setting on, the camera can be programmed to only work in specified period
every day. This feature can work together with Time Lapse feature.
14:Convenient to be mounted on trunk or tripod.
15:Camera ID setting enables you to code locations in the photos. This helps
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multi-camera users identify the location when reviewing the photos.
16:Built-in 2.0” TFT color display to review images and videos.
17:Date, time, temperature and moon phase would be stamped on the bottom of the
pictures.
18:Lockable and password protected.
19:Users can configure the Camera on the computer, or directly on the built-in TFT screen.
1.2 Application
This ULTRA-GHOSTHUNTER digital scouting camera is an ideal product for housing security,
warehouse surveillance, and monitoring wild animals with its camouflage appearance and
nice shape. It is convenient to install or fasten, could be used to take photographs manually
and carry on long-time videos in Test mode.
A. Instant surveillance camera for home, office, construction site, and warehouse, etc
B. Motion-triggered infra-red night vision surveillance;
C. Animal observation and hunting;
1.3 Power Supply
A. Batteries
Camera runs on 8 AA size batteries (12V power supply to ensure camera well performance
of all functions); can work with alkaline, high-quality NiMH, and Lithium rechargeable
batteries. But we suggest to run camera with NiMH and Lithium batteries only as
performance of alkaline batteries is much poorer than either NiMH or Lithium batteries.
Batteries should be inserted as indicated inside the battery case. Upside down batteries
electrode may cause device malfunction. Also, we strongly recommend changing the
batteries when power icon on camera screen or photo stamp is empty.
Note: Don’t mix batteries types! Different batteries to be used in camera may cause
permanent damage which also violates warranty policy!
Due to different settings, objects activities within camera detection zone, different brands
and quality of batteries, and using environment, etc; we’re not able to list out exact number
of photos and videos that camera can achieve. So given table below only shows approximate
number of photos or videos camera can take with 8AA alkaline batteries; better performance
can be given by 8 AA rechargeable NiMH and Lithium batteries.
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Test Condition: LCD screen off. Mode: “Power On” _PIR intelligent automatically monitoring
8AA Alkaline Batteries
Photos shot per day
Working
Video clips shot per day
Working
time
time
IR LEDs On
Max.Range 100 pics
36 days
Balanced
100 pics
31 days
10secs video clips
10 clips
37 days
Min. Blur
100 pics
21 days
IR LEDs Off
Photo
100 pics
89 days
10secs video clips
10 clips
179 days
Solar Panel
To bring users better using experience, ULTRA-GHOSTHUNTER ® designed this camera to be
able to work with most standard 12V/1~2 A lithium battery build-in solar panels. However,
as rechargeable AA NiMH or lithium batteries need higher voltage for charging that solar
panel can’t charge the batteries in using in camera batteries cases.
B. Power Adaptor—Security Surveillance Purpose
This camera can also be powered by an external 12V/ 1~2A DC adapter. Recommend to
remove the AA size batteries when power adapter is used. Electrical power is recommended
for security purposes.
1.4 SD Card Selection
Using a memory card is required to operate the camera. When the camera is "ON" and
no memory card is used, the screen displays "Pls insert memory card". The SD slot of the
camera has a 32 GB memory capacity. Before inserting or removing the memory card, the
camera must be turned "OFF". Failing to do so may cause loss of or damage the pictures
already recorded from the memory card. When the SD card is full, the viewing screen
indicates "Memory Full". The following data shows an approximate quantity of photos which
can be recorded by the camera depending on the memory card capacity.
Chart below will show you the approximate capacity of different size SD cards. Pls check
to see which size card can fit your needs best.
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SD
Size
Capacity
1GB
5MP
8 MP
12 MP
640x480
HD
FHD
869
556
391
00:05:27
00:03:56
00:02:04
2 GB
4 GB
8 GB
Photo (pictures)
1631
3585
7492
1041
2294
4798
733
1613
3371
Video (hours)
00:10:13
00:22:28
00:46:57
00:07:23
00:16:13
00:33:53
00:03:53
00:08:31
00:17:48
16 GB
32 GB
15307
9794
6887
30936
19795
13919
01:35:56
01:09:14
00:36:20
03:13:52
02:19:56
01:13:21
1.5 USB Connection
When camera is connected via USB cable; screen display “MSDC”, press “Menu” once,
“MSDC” turns to “PC Cam”, camera now can be used as a PC camera; press “Menu” again,
camera exits PC camera mode.
1.6 Attention
1. Insert the SD memory card correctly, camera does not support SD card hot swap
(insertion).
2. Please use high-quality AA batteries in order to prevent battery cells from corrosion of
leaked acid.
3. Use right adaptor (12V/1A or 2A) of this camera to supply power, and do not invert the
electrode when put in batteries.
4. In Test mode, camera will automatically enter PIR Auto mode if no keypad touching within
60 sec. Please manually turn ON it as if you want to do some further configuration.
5. Don’t interrupt power supply during system upgrade, please deliver it back to factory if
the device doesn’t work after upgrading.
6. Do not frequently insert or pull out SD card and battery or plug in and out the adaptor
when the camera is on.
7. Do not have any floating objects, such as leaves, strings, or ribbons in the 3M motion
detection zone of cameras, to avoid mistaking photograph or videos.
8. Do not keep camera next to hot irrelevant objects, air conditioner exhaust vents, and light,
etc. to avoid mistaking photos or videos.
9. Camera is with a 100° FOV lens which means more flash is needed to get better night time
images than the average 52° FOV lens from market; that’s why 56pcs 60° IR LEDs are used on
this camera. But to ensure these 56pcs IR LEDs can give enough flash to back the wide angle
lens up that high qualified AA batteries must be applied accordingly to deliver enough
amperage to power the illuminator consistently in dark environments.
10. By applying 2X, 3X, 4X Digital Zoom, camera stamp will be lost on photos;
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11. Programmed Date/Time can be saved in camera for 12 hours once camera was powered
1 hour above.
2. Whole View and Details of Camera
2.1 Figure 1: Front View of Camera;
25 IR LEDs
Indicator Light
Light Sensor
(day/night)
Lens
56 IR LEDs
in Total
PIR SENSOR
31 IR LEDs
(Can be turned off)
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2.2 Figure 2: Bottom View of Camera;
Push slightly to open this cover
DC in
SD Card Slot
TV Out
USB Port
Battery Slot
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2.3 Figure 3: Internal, Side and Back View of Camera
Battery Slot
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2.4 Function Keys & Other Details
A. Switch Buttons
Camera/Video Switch
GPRS Switch
Power Switch
IR LEDs Group Switch
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Power Switch
Video/Photo Switch
IR LEDs Group
Switch
GPRS Switch
(WG-890G&WG-890
WGG only, not
available)
B. Buttons
Menu
Mode
1) Switch ON to enable camera to work;
Note: indicator light flashes 5 times before camera starts to work
on PIR (PIR Auto Mode)
2) Switch ON, then press “OK” once to wake up camera LCD screen
to enter TEST Mode;
3) Press and hold button “OK” for 3 sec to get back to PIR Auto
Mode
4) Switch OFF—Camera stops working.
Switch ON to Pic icon—Photographing mode, or PIC + Video mode
Switch Down to Video icon—Video Recording mode
Switch up: 25—up side 25 pcs IR LEDs work
Switch down: 56—all 56 pcs IR LEDs work
Switch up: On—GPRS function enabled;
Switch down: Off—GPRS function disabled.
Note: When user wants to configure camera settings, suggest
disabling GPRS function to quick wake up LCD screen.
OK/ Photo & Video Record/ TEST
Navigation
3.
Quick Start
3.1 How to Start the Camera?
3.2 How to Set the Functions?
3.3 Camera Default Settings in Red Letters
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Press “←” and “→” for selec on, “Yes” to confirm, “No” to exit to previous page.
4.4 PIR Test
Switch ON “Power Switch”, Press “OK” once to enter Test mode, press arrow bu on “↓” to
enter PIR Test mode; screen display “DETECTING” when camera is in this mode.
Red indicator of camera flashes when PIR sensor detects anything in front of camera; but no
photos or videos will be recorded. Press “OK” to exit PIR Test Mode.
Note: no matter camera detects anything or not, camera enters PIR AUTO MODE 5mins
later.
4.5 Auto Power Off
In Test mode, camera will automatically enter PIR Auto mode if no keypad touching within 60
sec. Please manually turn ON it as if you want to do some further configurations.
Note: camera stay in “Test” mode if camera is in Menu configuration pages.
4.6 Operation Menu
Test mode, Press “Menu” once to enter camera setting menu; to navigate setting interface by
pressing “←”, “↑”, “→”, or “↓”, press “OK” for selec on, and “Menu” to exit to previous
page.
Note: For some settings, user needs to press “Menu” to save & exit the configuration after
pressing “OK” to confirm; (Cam ID, Deley, Time Lapse, Timer, Password)
Settigs
Cam ID
Cam Mode
Image Size
Night Mode
Multi-shot
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4.
Operation List
4.1 Video/Photo Playback
Switch ON “Power Switch”, Press “OK” once to enter Test mode, press arrow bu on “↑” to
enter Playback; press “←” and “→” for selec on, “OK” to play photo/video.
1) Press bu on “↑” again to exit.
2) In Playback Mode, press “Menu” button to delete files, or format SD card; press “Menu”
again to exit.
4.2 Delete
a. Delete one: delete selected photo/video;
b. Delete All.
Press “OK” to choose, press“↑” and “↓”for selec on, “Yes” to confirm, “No” to exit to
previous page.
4.3 Format of SD Card
a. No
b. Yes: to format SD card via camera.
Press “←” and “→” for selec on, “Yes” to confirm, “No” to exit to previous page.
4.4 PIR Test
Switch ON “Power Switch”, Press “OK” once to enter Test mode, press arrow bu on “↓” to
enter PIR Test mode; screen display “DETECTING” when camera is in this mode.
Red indicator of camera flashes when PIR sensor detects anything in front of camera; but no
photos or videos will be recorded. Press “OK” to exit PIR Test Mode.
Note: no matter camera detects anything or not, camera enters PIR AUTO MODE 5mins
later.
4.5 Auto Power Off
In Test mode, camera will automatically enter PIR Auto mode if no keypad touching within 60
sec. Please manually turn ON it as if you want to do some further configurations.
Note: camera stay in “Test” mode if camera is in Menu configuration pages.
4.6 Operation Menu
Test mode, Press “Menu” once to enter camera setting menu; to navigate setting interface by
pressing “←”, “↑”, “→”, or “↓”, press “OK” for selec on, and “Menu” to exit to previous
page.
Note: For some settings, user needs to press “Menu” to save & exit the configuration after
pressing “OK” to confirm; (Cam ID, Deley, Time Lapse, Timer, Password)
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Cam
Settigs
Programmable Options
Cam ID
Select “ON”, press “OK”, to set 4 digits/ alphabets for each camera. Such
function can help user to identify photos are from where and which
camera.
Cam Mode
Photo, PIC+VIDEO, Video
1) Switch ON “Photo/Video Switch” to Pic icon—Photographing mode, or
PIC + Video mode;
2) Select “PIC+VIDEO”, camera shoots photo(s) first, then video upon
same trigger event based on Video Length and Multi-shot user
configured.
3) Switch Down “Photo/Video Switch” to Video icon—Video Recording
mode
Image Size
5MP, 8MP, 12MP
Night Mode
1) Min. Blur: Short exposure time to minimize motion blur for better
image quality; shortened IR flash range;
2) Max. Range: Longer exposure time to extend IR flash range for better
night vision; lower image quality;
3) Balanced: combination of above 2 options;
Multi-shot
Programmable 1~7 photos per trigger
Digital Zoom
No, 2X, 3X, 4X; ON: Lens focus zooms in 2/ 3/ 4 times.
Video On
Video Size
FHD1080P: 1920*1080, HD720P: 1280*720, 640*480
Video Frame
30fps, 15fps
Audio
On, Off; Select “ON”, audio available in video clips.
Video length
5~60 Secs
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PIR
Settings
Programmable Options
Sensitivity
High, Middle, Low
Higher sensitivity is 1) more sensitive to movements by smaller subjects; 2)
longer detection distance; 3) easier for sensor to detect difference
between body heat and outdoor temperature; 4) easier to trigger camera
to record. In high temperature environment, body heat of subjects and
Delay
environment temperature is hard to tell by camera, suggest setting High.
Select “ON”, press “OK”, to set a time interval that you desire between
photos/videos upon motion. This option avoid camera taking too many
photos or videos.
Example: Camera will wait 1 minute between photo/video recordings with
motion if pre-set time interval is 00:01:00
Configurable delay time: 0 second to 24 hours.
Time Lapse
Note: Pls don’t turn ON Time Lapse and Delay simultaneously!
Select “ON”, press “OK”, to set the interval; PIR sensor of camera will be
turned off; camera will shoot pics or video clips automatically upon the
interval user set.
Configurable interval: 5 seconds to 24 hours.
Note: Pls don’t turn ON Time Lapse and Delay simultaneously!
Timer
Select “ON”, press “OK”, to set the beginning time and end time
(hour/minute); camera will only work during the time period user set.
Trigger Logs
i.e.: 15:00 – 18:00; camera only works during 15:00 – 18:00
Select “ON”, press “OK”, to enable camera to record the trigger time only,
instead of shooting photos/Videos to save battery power.
How to use?
User can check out when and how many times the camera was triggered
by moving objects by reading the time points listed in Txt file which is
saved in SD card.
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Usage:
Enable user to know what time period there will be more animals/ moving
objects. User can by then to set “Timer” manually to enable camera to
shoot photos/videos only during that specific time period.
Other
Settings
Programmable Options
Language
English…
Date/Time
Month : date : year; hour : minute : second
Note: Pls adjust camera date/time to ensure some functions work as
expected.
Time Stamp
Imprints of programmed camera ID, moon phase, temperature, date, and
time on photo
Beep
Select “OFF” to turn off camera speaker.
Battery Type
Alkaline/ NI-MH
Choose correct battery type of used batteries in camera makes camera
perform better.
TV Out
NTSC, PAL
Frequency
50HZ, 60HZ; improper setting may cause camera screen flicker
SD Cycle
Select “ON”, press “OK”, camera will continue to record photos/videos by
deleting earliest photos or video clips.
Reset
Select “Yes” to reset camera back to factory default settings.
Password
Select “ON”, press “OK”, to enable password protection for your camera;
support totally 6 digits/ alphabets long password access.
About
Firmware version in camera
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Brand Name:
Image Sensor
Effective Pixels
Day/Night Mode
IR range
IR Setting
Memory
Operating keys
Lens (WG-890WV)
Lens (WG-890V)
LCD Screen
PIR Sensitivity
PIR distance
PIR Angle
Picture size
Picture Format
Video resolution
Video Format
Video Length
Shooting Numbers
Trigger Time
Trigger Interval
Camera + Video
Playback Zoom in
Device Serial No.
Time Lapse
Beep Sound
SD Card cycle
Trigger Logs (PIR Log Recording)
Operation Power
Battery Type
External DC
Stand-by Current
Stand-by Time
Auto Power Off
Power Consumption
5. Specification
ULTRA-GHOSTHUNTER ®
5 Mega Pixels Color CMOS
2560x1920
Yes
20m
Top: 25 LEDs, Foot: 31LEDs
SD Card (8MB – 32 GB)
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F=3.0; FOV=100°; Auto IR-Cut-Remove (at night)
F=3.0; FOV=52°; Auto IR-Cut-Remove (at night)
2” TFT, RGB, 262k
3 sensitive levels: High / Normal / Low
12m – 15m
Wide lens model: 110°; Regular lens model: 70°
5MP/8MP/12MP =2560x1920/3264x2448/4000x3000
JPEG
1080P (1920x1080): 30FPS, 720P (1280x720), 640x480
AVI
5-60sec. programmable
1-7
0.35~0.45s
2s-5s
Yes
2x, 3x, 4x
Yes
Yes
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Yes (Unique Feature)
Battery: 12V; DC: 12V
8AA
12V
0.173mA
4~6 months (4×AA~8×AA)
auto switch
Photo: 120mA; Video: 110mA
to mode
“ON” in 60s
without any
operations
IR LEDs Off
Photo:
Max.Range: 1050mA
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Balanced: 1280mA
Min.Blur: 1560mA
Video: 910mA
Low battery Alert
Interface
Mounting
IR LEDs On
8.8V (8.8V: alert; 8.6V: power off)
TV out/USB/SD Card/DC Port
Strap; Tripod
Operating Temperature
Storage temperature
Operation Humidity
Waterproof spec
Dimensions
Weight
Certification
-30°C to 60°C
-30 °C to 70°C
5%-90%
IP54
131.42 x98.72 x77.44mm
404g
CE FCC RoHs
6. Trouble Shooting
6.1 Photos Do Not Capture Subject of Interest
1. Check the “Sensor Level” (PIR sensitivity) parameter setting. For warm environmental
conditions, set the Sensor Level to “High” and for cold weather use, set the sensor for “Low”.
2. Try to set your camera up in an area where no heat resources are in the camera’s field of
view.
3. In some cases, set the camera near water will make the camera take images with no
subject in them. Try to aim the camera over ground.
4. Try to set camera on stable and immovable objects, i.e.: large trees.
5. At night, motion detector may detect beyond range of the IR illumination. Reduce
distance setting by adjusting sensor sensitivity.
7. Rising sun or sunset can trigger sensor. Camera must be reoriented.
8. If person/animal moves quickly, it may move out of the camera’s field of view before
photo is taken. Move camera further back or redirect camera.
6.2 Camera Stops Taking Images or Won’t Take Images
1. Please make sure that the SD card is not full. If the card is full, camera will stop taking
images. Or user can turn on Cycle Recording to avoid such problem.
2. Check batteries to make sure that alkaline, NiMH or lithium AA batteries left power is
enough for camera to work.
3. Make sure that the camera power switch is in the “On” position and not in the “Off” or
“Test” modes.
4. When GPRS function is on, there will be around 1 minute interval for camera to send out
photo before camera shooting the next photo. Turn off the GPRS, camera can shoot photos
continuously.
5. Please format the SD card with camera before using or when camera stops taking images.
6.3 Night Vision Flash Range Doesn’t Meet Expectation
1. 4pcs AA batteries is not able to support camera night vision ability; please install 8 pcs
AA batteries;
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2. Please check to make sure that batteries are fully charged or left power is enough;
3. “Max Range” offers better IR flash range. Given IR flash range values are based on Max
Range setting; so please adjust Night Mode to Max Range for better night vision flash range;
4. High-quality 1.5V NiMH or Lithium rechargeable AA batteries can also offer much better IR
flash range; alkaline batteries cannot deliver enough amperage to power the illuminator
consistently at night;
5. To ensure accuracy and quality of night time image, please mount camera to dark
environment without any obvious light sources;
6. A certain surroundings (like trees, walls, ground, etc.) within flash range can get you better
night time images; please do not aim camera to total open field where there is nothing
within IR flash range to reflect flash back; it’s like shinning a flashlight into sky in night, you
just can’t see anything; same does camera;
6.4 Photos Do Not Capture Subject of Interest
1. Check the “Sensor Level” (PIR sensitivity) parameter setting. For warm environmental
conditions, set the Sensor Level to “High” and for cold weather use, set the sensor for “Low”.
2. Try to set your camera up in an area where there is not a heat source in the camera’s line
of sight.
3. In some cases, set the camera near water will make the camera take images with no
subject in them. Try aiming the camera over ground.
4. Try to avoid setting the camera up on small trees that are prone to being moved by strong
winds.
5. Remove any limbs which are right in front of the camera lens.
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7. interVision® Warranty
With great pride and full confidence in ULTRA-GHOSTHUNTER ® products, we always keep
our words which are given to our customers as specified warranty terms and services below.
Based on a strict QC system, we initially offer all our customers two year long time limited
warranty, come along with selectable chargeable renewal policy of warranty as one, two,
three, or four years.
Our products are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of
one year from the date of original purchase. If a defect exists, we will, at our option and to
extent permitted by law will (1) repair the product at no charge using new or refurbished
parts; (2) exchange the product with a functionally equivalent product that is new or
refurbished. Provided the product is returned freight charge paid.
This warranty excludes damage resulting from abuse, accident, modifications or other
causes that are not defects in materials and workmanship, or by someone other than our
authorized technicians. This warranty only covers failures due to defects in materials or
workmanship under normal usage.
To obtain warranty service, please contact us to determine the nature of problem before
return the product under this warranty (with a written description of the problem and print
samples) for repairing or exchanging.
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