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Product Manual

EVH625BL

Thank you for purchasing this ActionCam. This product features clear, high-definition picture and video in AVI format. The portable design makes it easy to take pictures and record video wherever you go. To get the most out of your ActionCam, please make sure to carefully read this manual and keep it for future reference.

Screen display and diagrams used in this manual are for detailed and visualized introduction for this digital

ActionCam. Because of technical R&D, the displays and diagrams may vary within the actual digital ActionCam.

Before using the ActionCam, please carefully read this user’s manual to ensure that you use the ActionCam in a correct and safe manner in order to achieve the best performance and good working condition.

 Do not leave the ActionCam in direct sunlight for long periods of time. Keep the lens of the ActionCam away from direct sunlight to avoid damaging the image sensor.

 Please avoid water or sand entering the ActionCam while using it on sand beach or by water. Water, sand, dust or particles containing salt may damage the ActionCam.

 Keep the ActionCam away from dust and chemical materials. When not in use, store the ActionCam in a cool and dry place with good ventilation. Do not store the ActionCam in a place with high temperature, humidity or dust in order to prevent abnormal ActionCam operation.

 In case of accumulated dirt or dust on the ActionCam, wipe the ActionCam with a soft, clean and dry cloth. In case of dirt on the ActionCam or lens, gently blow off the dirt to clean.

 To clean the surface of the ActionCam lens, first gently blow off the dust, then wipe it with soft cloth or wipe suitable for cleaning optical instruments. If necessary, please clean ActionCam with lens cleaner. Do not clean the lens with other cleaning materials, as it may damage the lens.

 Touching the surface of the lens with finger may damage the lens.

 Before inserting a memory card into the ActionCam, first make a back up of the data, and then format the memory card for ActionCam use.

 An external TF card is necessary for use with the ActionCam. The following may cause loss or damage of the data:

1. Improper use of the memory card.

2. A broken or damaged memory card.

3. High temperatures and humidity or direct sunlight.

4. Static fields or electromagnetic field nearby.

5. Taking out the memory card while the ActionCam is on or while in use when plugged into a computer (when memory card is reading, writing or formatting).

7. Using a memory card that is no longer in good working condition.

8. If the ActionCam freezes, press the reset hole on the bottom of the ActionCam with a paperclip. All data on SD card will be lost.

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 This product is compact and features easy installation.

 The product features high definition video and dynamic images. Even under low illumination, video can be recorded, and it also supports AVI video format.

 Support VGA (640x480) and HD (1280x720) capturing.

 Three different image size options: 5M, 3M and 1M.

 This product supports time and date watermark function. The time and date can be displayed while recording.

 USB 2.0 port

 Support max. 32G TF card.

 This product features loop recording. New video and images will replace the oldest files. Be sure to save all files when the “Full Memory” message appears on the screen before the oldest files are erased.

 This product is equipped with on-site replay function. You may check the video recorded on-site with the display.

System Requirements

System Requirements

Operation system

CPU

Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, or more

Above Intel Pentium III 800MHz or equivalent CPU

Memory

Sound card, video card

Hard disk

Minimum 512MB

Sound card and video card should support DirectX8 or higher version

Over 500MB free space

Others 1 standard USB1.1 or USB2.0 interface

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Mode switch:

-Photograph

-Video

-Replay

LCD TFT

Power ON/OFF

Key/Indicator

Power On/Off

Shutter

Lens

Charging Indicator

Operation Indicator

Up Key

OK Key

Down Key

Function

Power the ActionCam on or off. In menu mode, switch between normal (effect parameters and replay of image, video) and setup menu.

Shutter-Release Button

Up key

OK key

Down key

Mode switch

Light Indicators

In video mode, press to start/stop recording video. In capture mode, press to take a picture. In replay mode, press to replay a video. In menu mode, press to confirm your selection.

Capture/Video Mode: Zoom In

Menu Mode: Scroll up in Menu Selection

Replay Mode: Pause/Play Video

Open or Exit Menu.

Replay Mode: Stop playing video

Capture/Video Mode: Zoom Out

Menu Mode: Scroll Down in Menu Selection

Switch between Capture Mode, Video Mode, and Replay Mode.

The top light is a charging indicator.

The bottom light is an operation indicator.

In power-off state, the indicator will be lit when the

ActionCam is charging.

Operation indicator will flash once when taking a picture. In charging mode, the operation indicator will be lit.

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1. Charge built-in lithium battery

USB 线

Charger Indicator Lights

In power-off state, connect the ActionCam to a computer to begin charging. The charger indicator will light up when charging, and will turn off when the ActionCam is fully charged. Generally, it takes about 2-4 hours for the

ActionCam to be fully charged.

2. Use memory card

1. Fully insert a memory card into the memory card slot.

2. To take out the memory card, gently press down the memory card to eject.

Note: The ActionCam is not equipped with a built-in memory, and thus a memory card is required.

3. Power On/Off:

1. Power On: Press and hold the power key for 3 seconds. The screen should turn on and the ActionCam will enter the startup state.

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2. Power Off: In idle state of the ActionCam, press the power key to turn the ActionCam off.

Automatic Power Off: When the ActionCam is left in an idle state, it will automatically turn off to save power.

The default time of the system automatic power off is 5 minutes.

3. Power Off due to low battery: In case of extremely low battery, the low battery icon “ ” will appear on the

LCD screen. This indicates that you need to charge the ActionCam battery. When the icon turns red and flashes, the ActionCam will automatically power off.

4. Functional ActionCam Modes

The ActionCam is equipped with three modes: capture, video and replay mode. After power-on, you can switch to each mode with the Mode switch.

Capture mode: Take pictures.

Video mode: Record video (5 minutes, 3 minutes, and 1 minute).

Replay mode: Picture and video file playback.

5. Indicators

Operation indicator: When the ActionCam is powered on (e.g. recording video, capturing or automatic screen turn-off), the operation indicator lights up.

Charger indicator: Indicator light is constant to notify you that your ActionCam is being charged.

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6. Video Mode

When switching to video mode, press the shutter-release button to enter preview state to start recording video. To stop video recording, press the shutter-release button again. If the memory card becomes full while video recording or the battery is too low, the ActionCam will automatically stop recording.

1. 00:00:01: Time Meter: Indicates the time of video being recorded

2. : Video Mode icon: Indicates video recording mode.

3. : Loop Record Video Time icon: Indicates the current loop

video recording time is 3 minutes.

4. : Movie Size: Indicates the current video size is 720P.

5. : Indicates memory card is inserted.

6. : Digital Zoom Magnification: Press Up and Down key to adjust the zoom between 1x-4x.

7. : Battery icon: Indicates the current battery level.

8. : White Balance icon: Indicates the current white balance mode is automatic.

9. : Metering icon: Indicates the current exposure mode.

Video Menu Setup

In video mode, press the OK key to open the menu. Press the Up and Down key to scroll through menu selections.

When selecting a menu option, the background of the currently selected item will be highlighted. Press the

Shutter-Release button to enter the sub-menu. In the sub-menu, press the Up and Down keys to scroll through menu selections. Then press the Shutter-Release button to confirm your selection and go back to the main menu.

In the main menu, press OK key to exit the menu screen.

Video Menu

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Video Menu Options

Main Menu

Video format

Recording int

Metering

White balance

Special effect

Date stamp

Sub-Menu Description

1280x720 High-resolution format.

640X480 Medium-resolution format.

Off

1min

3min

5min

Central metering

Multi-point metering

Power off recording

Set record for 1 minute as a repeating phase.

Set record for 3 minutes as a repeating phase.

Set record for 5 minutes as a repeating phase.

Metering subject to the central area.

Metering subject to multi-points.

Point metering Metering subject to one point.

Automatic Using automatic white balance, suitable for most environments.

Daylight

Cloudy

Fluorescent light

Suitable for daylight environment.

Suitable for cloudy environment.

Suitable for fluorescent light source environment.

Tungsten light Suitable for tungsten light source environment.

Normal Normal effect.

White and black

White and black effect.

Sepia Sepia effect.

Negative film Negative film effect.

Red

Green

Reddish effect.

Greenish effect.

Blue

Off

Date

Date and time

Bluish effect.

Turn off display date/time on the file.

During capture/record mode, display date on right bottom corner of the file.

During capture/record mode, display date and time on right bottom corner of the file.

7. Video recording:

Push the Mode switch to Video Mode. Open the menu, press the Down key, and then select “REC interval”. Then press the shutter-release button to enter the sub-menu with the 1-minute, 3-minute, and 5-minute recording loop mode options. Select a recording loop option and press the OK key for confirmation. Press the OK key again to exit from the menu. Press the shutter-release button to start video recording. During video recording, the ActionCam will automatically stop recording video based on your 1-minute, 3-minute, or 5-minute selection and will immediately start a new video recording with the same time limit. This process will continue until you press the shutter-release button to stop recording or when the memory card is full.

WARNING! When the memory card is full, the earliest recorded files will be deleted to create space for new video recordings. This process will continually repeat when loop recording is on.

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▲ Open video recording menu ▲Select loop recording time ▲Exit from menu and and press and press OK to confirm the shutter-release button to start loop recording.

Note: When selecting OFF in “REC interval” menu, the ActionCam will return to normal recording. Normal recording has no time limit. You must press the shutter-release button to stop recording.

8. Capture Mode:

Push Mode switch to Capture Mode. Press shutter-release button once to preview captured images.

1. 9999: Counter: Indicates quantity of picture space available.

2. : Mode icon: Indicates ActionCam is in Capture Mode.

3. : Movie Size: Click this icon to select among 1M/3M/5M.

4. : Indicates memory card is inserted.

5. : Digital Zoom Magnification: Press Up and Down key to

adjust the zoom between 1x-4x.

6. : Battery icon: Indicates current battery level.

7. : Self-Timer icon: Indicates the self-timer mode is set to 10 seconds.

8. : White Balance icon: Indicates the white balance mode is automatic.

9. : Metering icon: Indicates the current exposure mode.

Capture Menu Setup

In capture mode, press the OK key to open the menu. Press the Up and Down key to scroll through menu selections.

When selecting a menu option, the background of the currently selected item will be highlighted. Press the

Shutter-Release button to enter the sub-menu. In the sub-menu, press the Up and Down keys to scroll through menu selections. Then press the Shutter-Release button to confirm your selection and go back to the main menu. In the main menu, press OK key to exit the menu screen.

Capture Menu

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Capture Menu Options

Main Menu

Image size

Image quality

Metering mode

White balance

Exposure

Capture mode

Special effect

Date stamp

Sub-Menu Description

2592 x 1944 5-megapixel resolution.

2048 x 1536 3-megapixel resolution.

1280 x 960 1-megapixel resolution.

Excellent

Good

Normal

Best quality image.

Good image quality.

General quality image.

Central Metering Metering subject to the central area.

Megapixel resolution

Metering subject to multi-points.

Point Metering Metering subject to one point.

Automatic

Using automatic white balance, suitable for most cases.

Daylight Suitable for daylight environment.

Cloudy

Fluorescent light

Suitable for cloudy environment.

Suitable for fluorescent light source environment.

Tungsten light

/

Off

2s

10s

Continuous shooting

Suitable for tungsten light source environment.

Use Left and Right Keys to adjust exposure.

Use general single-shot mode.

Use 2 sec. delay self-timer mode.

Use 10 sec. delay self-timer mode.

Use continuous shooting.

Normal Normal effect.

White and black White and black effect.

Sepia Sepia effect.

Negative film Negative film effect.

Red

Green

Blue

Off

Date

Date / time

Reddish effect.

Greenish effect.

Bluish effect.

Turn off displaying date/time on the file.

During capture/record mode, display date on right bottom corner of the file.

During capture/record mode, display date and time on right bottom corner of the file.

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9 Playback Mode:

9.1 After powering on, push Mode switch to Playback mode:

1. : Mode icon: Indicates ActionCam is in playback mode.

2. : Indicates number of files in a folder.

3. : Indicates that the current folder is locked.

4. : Indicates current file is a video file.

9.2 Playback Menu Setup

In playback mode, press the OK key to open the menu. Press the Up and Down key to scroll through menu selections. When selecting a menu option, the background of the currently selected item will be highlighted. Press the Shutter-Release button to enter the sub-menu. In the sub-menu, press the Up and Down keys to scroll through menu selections. Then press the Shutter-Release button to confirm your selection and go back to the main menu. In the main menu, press OK key to exit the menu screen.

Playback Menu

Playback Menu Options

Main menu

Sub-menu Description

Lock

Delete

Slide

Show

Lock/Unlock this file

Lock/Unlock this file.

Lock all Lock all files.

Unlock all Unlock al files.

Delete this file

Delete the current file.

Delete all Delete all files.

Start

Interval

Repeat

Start playing slide show.

1 second -10 seconds.

Yes/No.

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9.3 Play Movie Clips:

During video playback, press the shutter-release button to play video. Press the Up key to pause. Press the shutter-release button again to stop playing video.

9.4 Delete File:

1) After selecting the file to be deleted, open the menu, and press the Up/Down key to select “Delete”.

2)Press the Shutter-Release button to enter the sub-menu. Select “One”, and then press the Shutter-Release button again to confirm. “All” means to delete all files.

3) After selecting “Yes”, press the Shutter-Release button to delete the file. When the file is deleted, press OK key to exit from the menu.

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10. System Setup Menu:

In capture mode, video mode or playback mode, press the OK key to open the menu. Press the Up and Down key to scroll through menu selections. When selecting a menu option, the background of the currently selected item will be highlighted. Press the Shutter-Release button to enter the sub-menu. In the sub-menu, press the Up and

Down keys to scroll through menu selections. Then press the Shutter-Release button to confirm your selection and go back to the main menu. In the main menu, press OK key to exit the menu screen.

System Setup Menu

System Setup Menu Options

Main Menu Sub-Menu Description

Automatic Playback

Off

1 second

3 seconds

50Hz

No playback review after capture.

Playback review 1 second after capture.

Playback review 3 seconds after capture.

Set to 50Hz light source frequency.

Power frequency

60Hz

Automatic shutdown

1 minute

3 minutes

5 minutes

OFF

Set to 60Hz Playback performed 1 second later after capture.

Automatic shutdown within 1 minute of idle time.

Automatic shutdown 3 seconds after capture.

Automatic shutdown 5 seconds after capture.

Cancel automatic shutdown.

Date and time

Language

Format

Default value

/

/

Yes/No

Yes/No

Set up date and time format.

Set up the language.

Format memory card.

Back to default value.

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Setting the Date and Time:

Press the OK key to open the menu, and press the power button to enter the setup menu. Press the Down key to select

“Date & Time”. Then press the shutter-release button to enter the setup menu for Date and Time.

In the Date and Time menu, press the power button to select the item you want to set (date, time, year, etc.). The selected item will be highlighted in yellow. Then press the Up or Down key to adjust the date and time. Once the date and time is set, press the shutter-release button to confirm your changes. Press the OK key to exit the date and time setup and return to the previous screen. Press the OK key again to exit the setup mode.

1. Connect to a PC

The ActionCam is equipped with a plug and play function. Connect the ActionCam to the computer with a USB cable.

A portable hard disk icon will be shown in “My Computer” on your PC. Captured images and are stored in the portable hard disk folder I:\DCIM\100MEDIA (“I” indicates equipment portable hard disk)

Under the environment with electrostatic discharge, the product may be hanged and the PC-link could not be maintained. If the portable hard disk icon can’t be found in the “My Computer” section of your PC, you may have to disconnect the ActionCam and reconnect again.

2. Use Computer ActionCam Function

After connecting the ActionCam to the computer, press the OK key to enter ActionCam mode.

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Image sensor

Function mode

Lens

Digital zoom

Shutter

LCD display

Image resolution

Video resolution

White balance

Exposure

File format

1.3 megapixel (CMOS)

Video, Capture, Car Mode, Portable Disc,

PC Cam

F3.1 f = 6.5mm

4x

Electronic shutter

1.77” TFT screen

5M (2592 × 1944), 3M (2048 ×1536), 1M

(1280 × 1024)

VGA: 640 x 480 (60 frame/second); 720P:

1280 x 720 (30 frame/second)

Automatic / Sunny / Cloudy / Fluorescent light / Tungsten light

-2.0 ~ +2.0

Video AVI

Imag JPEG

USB interface High-speed USB 2.0 interface

Power supply Built-in 3.7V chargeable lithium battery

Dimensions

(LxWxH)

62 x 43 x 27mm

Weight Roughly 48g

ActionCam User Manual USB cable

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Accessories:

1) Waterproof Case:

The transparent case included with this product allows you to capture movies or photos in wet conditions, even in the water. To do this, simply select the desired mode (photo or video), select the desired criteria, and place the

ActionCam in the waterproof case. Make sure the ActionCam is secure, and that the case is locked shut with the locking clip. Once the ActionCam is inside the waterproof case, the buttons can be pressed by pushing the buttons located on top of the waterproof case.

Locking clip

Warning:

- Once the ActionCam installed in the case make sure that all seals are in place to prevent water intrusions.

- Do not use an aggressive cleaning product such as acetone to clean the case to prevent permanent damage.

2) Handlebar clamp:

The handlebar clamp allows the ActionCam to attach on to handlebars or other bars of the same type.

3) Helmet Clamp:

The ActionCam can be fixed on a ventilated helmet, with the provided strap and the helmet kit.

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Note About Disposal

Older appliances should not be discarded with household waste. You must take them to a specific disposal site

(check with your local authority) or to your retailer. These sites will guarantee disposal without harming the environment

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