MIUFLY EH15-32GB Hidden Camera User Manual

MIUFLY EH15-32GB Hidden Camera User Manual
MIUFLY Body Camera User Guide
Supporting Website:
www.miuflybodycamera.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
Introduction
Product Overview
Box contents
2.
Technical Specifications
3.
Features
4.
Main Manu Optional Detail
5.
Operation
6.
Troubleshooting
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1. Introduction
Product Overview
MIUFLY EH15 Body Camera is ruggedly designed to provides law
enforcement, security and emergency personnel with super Full HD 1296p
video recording capabilities, and one-button recording and activation. When
worn on the front of clothing, an ultra-wide 140 ° field-of-view lens
captures what happens in the field as accurate information for further
analysis. Featuring a 32GB (64GB) internal memory, pre-record buffering,
importance tagging, and integrated Infrared LEDS for night vision, EH15 is
equipped to perform in any conditions.
With full featured and adaptable operation, EH15 can record video and
audio simultaneously, or audio only for suspect interrogations and
victim/witness statements. EH15 is fully configurable and offers multiple
recording qualities, super full HD 1296p video down to 720x480 resolution,
giving users the options to adjust the recording quality according to their
storage capabilities.
EH15 can also take up to 20 high-resolution snapshots, which, together with
video, can be viewed on backlit, 2 inch LCD color screen or on an HDTV
screen using a HDMI connector. Security protocols of the device are secure
to prevent accidental deletion of evidence or modification of system settings.
Video footage is also digitally watermarked with the user ID, time and date,
ensuring the authenticity of collected video of the event. The internal GPS
receiver provides automatic location tagging of video- and still-captures,
offering irrefutable substantiation of where and when the audio and video
were recorded.
Box contents
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MIUFLY Body Camera
Charging Dock
USB Cable
USB Adaptor
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360 Degree Rotatable Clip
User Manual
Should Clip
Car Charger
2. Technical Specifications
Camera
Sensor
Wide Angle
Video
Video Resolution
Video
Compression
Audio
Audio Format
Watermark
Pre-record
Password
protection
Video Section
Snap Shot
Image
Image Format
Burst
Video/Image Review
LCD Screen
Audio Playback
Video Output
Video Transfer
General
GPS location
IR LED
IR LED switch
IR Distance
One Button
Recording
Motion detection
Built-in Storage
Working
Temperature
Storage
temperature
Dimension
Weight
Standard
Accessories
5MP CMOS
140 degree wide angle lens
2560X1080 30p/ 2304x1296 30p/ 1920x1080 30p /1280x720 60p
/1280x720 30p / 848x480 60p
H.264/MPEG4
High Quality Build-in Microphone
WAV
User ID, Time and Date
Support
Administrator password to prevent video deletion
3min/5min/10min/15min/30min/45min
Max 32 Megapixels
JPEG
2/3/5/10/15/20 Snap Shots
2.0in TFT-LCD High-Resolution Color Display
Yes
Not support
USB 2.0
Support
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Auto/manual
10 Meters
Support One Button Record
Auto/manual
32GB (64GB)
-40~60 degrees Celsius
-20~55 degrees Celsius
3.54" x 2.17" x 1.10"
175g
Charging dock, USB cable, Adapter, User Manual, Universal metal
360 Degree Rotatable Clip, Shoulder Clip
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3. Features
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Item
Description
1.Camera Lens
High Definition Camera
2. Power Button
3.IR/White
Light button
4.Infrared LEDs
5.Light Sensor
7.Speaker
8. Indicator LED
9.10.11. Status
Indicator LED
PLAY & UP KEY
CONFIRM KEY
MEMU &
DOWN KEY
ADD
IMPORTANT FILE
a). Press Hold for 3 seconds to turn on/off camera
b). Press to enter or exit screen saver when camera
is on
a). Press to turn IR light on/off;
b). Hold to turn on/off white light
Records clear image in low light situation. Enable
Clear face view with up to 10 meters
Detect changes in light and auto turn on IR for
low-light recording
Built-in speaker
Blue: Charging Status
Green: camera is powered up and in standby mode
Green: camera is powered up and in standby mode,
not recording
Flashing Red: camera is recording video
Flashing Yellow: camera is recording audio only
a). Press to scroll up in menu mode
b). In play mode, hold to zoom out the playing image
c). In play mode, press to rewind video
a). Press to make a selection in menu mode
b). In play mode, press to pause/resume video or
audio playback.
c). In standby mode, press to review files.
a). Press to enter into menu mode
b). Press to scroll down in menu mode
c). In play mode, hold to zoom out the playing image
d). In play mode, press to fast forward video
Press to tag importance to audio/video file when
camera is on recording
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ONE PRESS AUDIO
RECORDING &
CHANGE
RESOLUTION
ONE PRESS
PHOTO SHOT
ONE PRESS
VIDEO
RECORDING
USB PORT
HDMI PORT
CHARGING BASE
PORT
a). Press to record audio when not in
video-recording mode
b). Press to mute/unmute video when camera is on
video recording
c). Hold to change resolution between 480P and
720P
a). Press to take pictures in standby mode
b). Press to take a single snapshot image while in
video recording
a). Press to start/stop recording
b). Hold to power up camera and start video
recording immediately when camera is powered off.
Connects to USB cable for charging or connection to
PC
PS: optionally connects to external camera
Connects to 1.3 HDMI cable for video playback only
Connect to charging dock to charge the camera
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Record Status
Red blinking record status icon indicates camera is recording,
white solid is standby mode.
Video Recording Time
Recorded time of current clip
Battery Charge
Current battery charge level
Camera and Officer ID
Assigned camera and Officer IDs
Remaining Time
Estimated recording hours remaining
SD Card Memory
Internal SD Card capacity: Free space/Total capacity
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4. Main Menu Optional Detail
To enter the setting menu:
1.
2.
Press Menu ( ) button and then enter a password.
Enter the password by using the following commands:
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Press Scroll Up ( ) button to change the character to the
previous letter or number.
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Press Menu ( ) button to change the character to the next
letter or number.
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Press OK (
) button to move to the next character
PS: The default password is 000000.
3.
After selecting the last character, press OK (
setting menu.
) button to enter the
To navigate the settings menu:
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Press Menu (
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Press Scroll Up (
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Press OK (
submenu.
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Press Power (
) button to return to the previous menu without
changing anything.
) button to select next setting or option.
) button to select the previous setting or option.
) button to move to confirm your selection or enter the
Following is a list of the available settings and options. The bold items are
the default options.
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Setting
Description
Options
Resolution
The image resolution for video
Megapixels
The image resolution for photos
Burst
Self Timer
Continuous
shooting
Quality
Pre-record
The number of images captured when you
take a photo.
The amount of time the camera waits to
take a photo after you press Snapshot
button.
When on, pressing the snapshot button will
activate continuous shooting during which
the camera will automatically taking a
picture at regular intervals. Press this
button again to stop shooting. When off,
this feature will be disabled.
The quality of the image for video and
photo files.
When on, any video you record will include
some of the time that elapsed before you
press the Record button (stored in the
camera buffer); When off, any video you
record will include only video and audio
from the point after you press the Record
button.
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2304×1296 30P
1920×1080 30P
1440×1080 30P
1280×720 60P
1280×720 30P
848×480 60P
848×480 30P
720×480 30P
32M (7600×4275 16:9)
30M (7304×4104 16:9)
28M (7056×3968 16:9)
25M (6664×3752 16:9)
23M (6480×3648 16:9)
21M (6144×3456 16:9)
20M (5960×3352 16:9)
16M (5336×3000 16:9)
12M (4608×2592 16:9)
10M (4384×2466 16:9)
8M (3456×1944 16:9)
5M (3008×1688 16:9)
Off, 2, 3, 5, 10, 15, 20
off, 5 sec, 10 sec
off, 5 sec, 10 sec
S. Fine, Fine, Normal
Off, On
Post Record
Car DVR
Mode
Loop
Recording
Split Time
Slides Show
Infrared
White Led
Motion
Detect
Recording
warning
GPS
Time Zone
Language
Screen
Saver
Auto Power
off
LED Light
The amount of the time the camera waits
to stop recording video after you press the
Record button.
When on, camera will power up
automatically and start video recording
when it is charged. Camera will power off
as it normally does when it is disconnected
from the power source.
When on, camera will overwrite the oldest
video file with the most current video file
once its memory is full.
While recording video, the camera will
automatically split its recording into files of
this length.
When on, viewing photo file will start a
slideshow where each photo will be shown
for around 5 seconds.
When set to manual, you will need to hold
Snapshot button to turn IR LEDs on/off.
When set to Auto, these lights will activate
automatically based on the light sensor's
reading.
White Led light to offer light source
When on, camera will start recording when
front movement is detected by the lens.
When on, you will hear a voice
confirmation when you start recording.
When off, voice confirmation is disabled.
When GPS is on, position of video will be
recorded and can be reviewed by GPS
player.
Adopt local time in real time zone
The language of the text in camera
interface
The amount of the time the camera can be
idle before deactivating the display to
conserve power.
The amount of the time the camera can be
idle before powering off.
When on, indicator LED will tell the
status of the camera; When off, camera is
entering covert mode
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off, 5 sec, 1 minute, 10
minutes
Off, On
Off, On
3min, 5 min, 10 min, 15
min, 30 min, 45min
Off, on
Manual, Auto, off
Off, On
Off, On
Off, On
Off, On
-12 to +12
English, 繁體中文, Pус
ский, Jezyk Polski,
French, 日本語,
Portuguese
Off, 30 sec, 1 min, 3 min, 5
min
Off, 30 sec, 1 min, 3 min, 5
min
On, Off
Key Tone
Volume
ID setting
Change
Password
Time Setup
Default
setting
When on, camera will play a tone each time
you press a button. When off, tone is
disabled.
The volume of camera speaker. This affects
the loudness of video playback, audio
playback, the key tone, record warning, and
any other sounds played by camera. This
doesn't affect the volume of the recorded
video or audio files themselves.
User can set Device SN and Person SN
On, Off
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Alphanumeric characters
Password can be set or changed
Alphanumeric characters
Adjust time to real location
Use this to return camera to its original
settings. This does not erase the memory.
yyyy/mm/dd __:__
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O (Yes), X (No)
5. Operation
5.1
Power on/off
1) Power on: when camera is off, press and hold power (
) button for 3
seconds, camera will power up and enter standby mode;
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Boot up image shows up;
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Working status LED indicator turns green;
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Boot up music;
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Camera vibrates;
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Camera voice “beeps” when [Record Warning] is ON.
2) Power off: press and hold power (
) button for 3 seconds to turn off
working-status camera:
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Save video/audio files before power-off;
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Working status indicator turns off;
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Power off image;
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Power off music;
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Camera vibrates.
5.2
Resetting
Press reset button (inside HDMI port) to have camera resetting when
camera works abnormally. Please note: DO NOT PRESS this button except
maloperation.
5.3
Infrared Night Vision
While under dark circumstances, infrared LED will help to record clear image
or video in HD.
In standby mode, PRESS Menu (
【Infrared】, PRESS OK (
press OK (
) button to navigate. Find option
) button to enter sub-menu: Manual & Auto,
) button to select.
1) Auto infrared mode:
In low light situations (3 Lux), IR LEDs will be turned on automatically,
camera switches on infrared filter lens, video image turn black and white.
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Otherwise, when circumstance brightness grew up, IR LED turns off, and
image becomes colorful again.
2) Manual infrared mode:
When night vision is needed, PRESS IR light button to switch to Infrared
mode, IR LEDs will be turned on, black and white image. PRESS this button
again to turn off IR LEDs, image becomes colorful.
5.4
Take Photos
In standby, PRESS snapshot (
) button to take a snapshot, with a sound
“Click”, LED working status indicator will flash green once, and the photo
stored. The photo resolution and quality can be set in the settings.
5.5
Snapshot
While camera is recording video, PRESS snapshot (
) to take a snapshot.
On the LCD display, there will be a flashing green square, which refers to
that a photo has been taken while video is recording.
5.6
Video Recording
In standby mode, PRESS record (
) button, indicator LED flashes Alternate
Red and Green, then camera “beep” and vibrates, starts video recording. If
the voice is on, camera will start video recording with indication voice. PRESS
record (
) button again, video recording stops and camera switches to
standby mode, working status indicator changes to green.
5.7
Motion Detection
In settings, please find [Motion Detect] option. PRESS OK (
select.
Sub options: ON/OFF
) button to
PRESS record (
) button to activate motion detection, any moments are
detected, camera will start recording. If there are no movements for 10
seconds, camera will stop recording. Once any movements detected, camera
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will start video recording again.
5.8
Audio Recording
In standby mode, PRESS Audio (
) button, with a beep and camera
vibration, LED indicator turn yellow and flashes, audio recording started.
PRESS Audio (
5.9
) button again to stop audio recording.
One Button recording
When camera is powered off, HOLD Record (
) button, camera will
initiate and start video recording immediately.
5.10 Tag Important file
In audio or video recording, PRESS importance tag ( ) button, camera
vibrates, the audio or video file will be tagged important, with a yellow icon
( ) showing on the top right of the LCD screen.
5.11 Device ID/ User ID
In standby mode, PRESS Menu (
) button to enter settings. Find [ID
setting], PRESS OK (
) button to select. Enter the password, the default
password is: 00000. After right password entered, the Device & Person SN
interface show up, 5 characters for device and 6 characters for Person.
PRESS scroll-Up (
) button or Scroll-down (
character, then PRESS OK (
) button to highlight a
) button to select.
5.12 Time Setting
In standby mode, PRESS Menu (
) button to enter settings. Find Time bar,
for example, 2008/02/02 07:40. PRESS OK (
) button and enter the
password, then users can change the date and time.
Press Scroll-Up (
) button or Scroll-down (
character, the PRESS OK (
) button to select.
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) button to highlight a
5.13 USB Driver
After being connected to PC, password interface shows up, please enter the
password (default password is 000000), the camera will be recognized by
the computer.
5.14 Playback
1) In playback mode, PRESS OK (
Scroll-Up (
) to pause/resume playback; PRESS
) button to rewind, PRESS Scroll-down (
) button to fast
forward, then PRESS OK (
) to play normally. You can fast forward or
rewind 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x, 64x, 128x.
2) Exit the Playback mode:
In Playback mode, PRESS Record (
step by step.
) button to get back to standby mode
5.15 External Mini Camera (optional)
Connect the external camera to USB port, the audio and video signal input
will be switched to external camera automatically. Meanwhile, the external
camera can be controlled by the main body camera.
Drive-by-wire button operating instructions: When the camera is in standby
mode: A, HOLD the button for 3 seconds to have the external camera
start/stop video recording; B, PRESS the button to take a picture through
external camera.
5.16 Charging
When camera batter is low, the battery icon will flash in the display, and you
will hear a alert tone. When this happens, charge the camera.
While camera is charging, indicator lights blue and will turn off after camera
is fully charged. It will take approximately 4 hours to fully charge the
camera.
Charging methods:
1). Use a USB cable to connect camera’s USB port to one of the following:
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A USB port on your computer (powered on)
The included USB power adapter (connect to a power outlet)
The included car charger.
2). Attach camera to the docking bay. Use a USB cable to connect the
docking bay to one of the following:
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A USB port on your computer (powered on)
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The included USB power adapter (connect to a power outlet)
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The included car charger.
5.17 GPS tag
When GPS turns on, camera will record specific location information along
with body camera footage, and the tags are stored in the video metadata,
pinpointing the location when the footage is reviewed.
There will be GPS coordinate (longitude and latitude) showing up in the
upper right corner of LCD screen when GPS signal is received.
To view GPS tags, User will need to use GPS player (stored in camera memory)
and Google Earth (go to https://www.google.com/earth/desktop/ to
download Google Earth to your PC).
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GPS Player
Google Earth
Run GPS player and Google Earth. Open the video (with GPS tags) footages
by the GPS player.
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PS: you could choose related maps in your region.
Click “Google Earth” icon to review GPS route on Google Earth program. (PS:
make sure Google Earth program is working in your PC.)
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GPS tags on Google Earth.
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6. Troubleshooting
6.1 Cannot enter Menu of Body Camera
A. Stop Recording prior to entering Body Camera’s menu by pressing Record
button.
A. Body Camera supports a six character alphanumerical password format.
Prior to entering menu of Body Camera, ensure that correct password is
entered.
6.2 IR are not turning on
A. IR turn on automatically only if they’re set to Auto in the Infrared menu.
Otherwise the Infrared will remain disabled.
6.3 Indicator LEDs are not lit
A. If the camera is powered up and Status LEDs are not lit go to Body
Camera’s menu and select LED Light menu option. Ensure that it is set to ON.
6.4 Body Camera only records for short periods of time
A. In event of Body Camera recording for brief moments then shutting off,
please ensure that menu option Auto Power OFF is set to OFF.
6.5 How do I delete videos on the body camera?
Considering the needs of law enforcement, all recorded videos, pictures and
sound recording ONLY can be deleted on the computer via USB cable.
6.6 The GPS map does not work.
You can open the GPS track through Google earth. Please make sure
Google Earth program is working in the computer. If you don’t know
how to use please contact us.
If you have any questions, please contact us
Email: [email protected]
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