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PROFESSIONAL HD ACTION CAMERAS
DRIFT GHOST-S
USER MANUAL
W W W. D R I F T I N N O VAT I O N .C O M
VERSION: 1.0.0
Contents
Precautions
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Overview
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Using The Camera
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Initial Setup
Powering On and Off
Charging
Formatting a Micro SD Card
Selecting a Micro SD Card
The Two-Way Remote Control
Powering On and Off
Pairing Camera to Remote One to One
Using the Remote Control One to One
Pairing Cameras to Remote One to All
Using the Remote Control One to All
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Shot Setup
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Camera Menu System
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Video Mode
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Connectivity
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Conserving Battery
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Updating Firmware
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Camera Care
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Technical Specifications
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Warranty
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Disclosures
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Recording Video
Video Tagging
Simultaneous Photos and Videos
Video Mode Settings
Video Tagging
Car DVR
Bit Rate
Scene Mode
Photo Mode
Capturing Photos
Photo Settings
Scene Mode
Timelapse Mode
Capturing Timelapse Sequences
Timelapse Settings
Scene Mode
Photoburst Mode
Capturing Photoburst Sequences
Photoburst Settings
Scene Mode
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Playback
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Camera Settings
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Video Playback
Viewing Photos
Viewing Timelapse
Viewing Photoburst
Deleting Files
Wi-Fi
Date and Time
Camera Settings Profiles
Firmware
Clone Mode
Fixing the Camera to the Universal Clip
Mounting the Camera to a Drift Mount
Lens Rotation
Zoom
Connecting to Windows PC
Connecting to Mac
Connecting to a TV
Connecting to a Wi-Fi Device
Manual HDMI Out
System Requirements
Cleaning the Camera
Cleaning the Lens and LCD Screen
Cleaning the Seals
Anti-Fog Care
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Precautions
General Precautions
Attention
Please take note of the following guidelines when using your Ghost-S camera:
! Rechargeable batteries are only to
be charged under adult supervision
• The camera is 2m shock resistant, but not shock proof—please take care of
your camera and accessories, mounting and storing them securely.
• For your safety, do not press the buttons on the camera during sports
activities.
• Do not store the camera anywhere prone to dust or damp for extended periods
of time.
• Do not leave the camera exposed to extremely high temperatures—such as
under direct sunlight—for extended periods of time as this may affect the
camera housing and internal components.
• Clean the lens and screen with a micro fibre, antistatic cloth to remove
fingerprints or dust—no cleaning chemicals are required.
• The camera has a working temperature range of -10°C to 40°C (14°F to 104°F).
• Power off the camera before removing the battery or memory card—the
memory card and stored data may be damaged if it is removed or inserted
while the camera is powered on.
• Remove the battery and memory card before storing the camera for long
periods of time.
Weather Resistance
The Ghost-S is engineered to withstand dust, snow, rain, splashes and
submersion up to 3m for 30 minutes at a time.
• Operating the camera at temperatures below 0°C reduces battery life and
lowers battery performance.
• Do not charge the battery at temperatures below 0°C.
• Do not leave the camera submerged for longer than 30 minutes.
• Clean off any salt water or dirt from the camera immediately and prior to
storing.
! DO NOT short-circuit the battery
terminals
! DO NOT open, puncture or
otherwise damage the rechargeable
battery, or dispose of it in fire
Optimal Camera Storage
We recommend users store cameras
for a minimum of 6-12 hours with the
Back Hatch open, Battery Hatch open
and the Battery removed in less then
30% humidity to help dry out anti-fog
inserts regulary.
Avoid opening the Back Hatch in
damp or humid conditions.
Disclaimer
Drift Innovation will not, under any
circumstances, be responsible for
injuries or property damaged incurred
during participation of any high-risk
sport or activity not endorsed or
recommended by Drift Innovation.
Remember that the warranty will only
cover manufacturing defects.
• Do not subject the camera to a sudden impact of water—the camera should
always be used in the waterproof case when in intensive water-based
applications.
• Always use the universal clip as a rear hatch key to ensure the camera is sealed
tightly to ensure full water proofing. (See figure 1)
• The camera is only 3m waterproof when the STANDARD rear hatch is used and
fitted properly as shown below.
Figure 1: Universal Clip as Rear Hatch key
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Overview
MENU Button (Video Tag/
Simultaneous Photo)
LEFT Button (Zoom Out)
RIGHT Button (Zoom In)
ACTION Button (On/Off/Rec/Stop)
Figure 2: Top View
Camera LED Indicator
2.0” LCD Screen
300° Rotating/Replaceable Lens
¼”-20 Thread
Speaker
HDMI Port (Mini Type C)
USB Port (Mini Type B)
Figure 3: Screen View
Battery Slot Cover
Micro SD Card Slot
3.5mm Microphone Input
Standard Rear Hatch
Rear Hatch ‘Up’ Indicator
Lens ‘Up’ Indicator
Built-in Noise Reducing Microphone
Figure 4: Connector View
Figure 5: Rear View - No Hatch
Figure 6: Rear View - Standard Hatch
Figure 7: Front View
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Using The Camera
Figure 8: Inserting the Battery and Micro SD Card
Initial Setup
Selecting a Micro SD Card
1. Unscrew the rear hatch of the camera by hand, or by using the notch in the
Universal Clip (anti-clockwise movement).
The Drift Ghost-S is compatible with
Micro SD, SDHC or SDXC cards up to
64GB. We recommend Class 10 cards
for recording HD video and system
stability.
2. Slide the catch and open the battery slot cover, insert the battery as above and
close the cover.
3. Insert a micro SD card into the card slot, as above, until you hear a click.
4. Connect the camera by the mini USB cable (provided) to a powered USB port
and charge for 4 hours before first use.
5. Replace the rear hatch, ensuring the arrow indicator points to the camera face
with the control buttons.
Below is a table of approximate video
recording times against card size in
normal bit rate mode.
Approximate Recording Time (30 FPS)
1080P
720P
WVGA
9min
12min
27min
6. Connect the Two-Way Remote Control by the mini USB cable (provided) to a
powered USB port and charge for 2 hours, or until remote LED indicator lights
turn green before first use.
2 GB
18min
24min
54min
Powering On and Off
4 GB
36min
48min
1h 48min
Press and hold the ACTION button on the camera—the camera LED indicator
and screen will power on and display a welcome message.
8 GB
1h 12min
1h 36min
3h 36min
To power off, hold the ACTION button for 3 seconds, or until the camera LED
indicator and screen power off.
1 GB
16 GB
2h 24min
3h 12min
7h 12min
32 GB
4h 48min
6h 24min
14h 24min
64 GB
9h 36min
12h 48min
28h 48min
Charging
Formatting a Micro SD Card
1. Ensure the battery is inside the camera and the camera is powered off.
Formatting will remove all files from a
memory card. When using a new card
for the first time, always format the
memory card using the camera. With
the card inserted in the camera:
2. Connect the mini USB cable to the port at the rear of the camera and then
to a powered USB port in your computer, other USB device or USB power
adaptor (not included).
! If connected to a computer, the camera screen will show a USB symbol.
! If connected to a USB power adaptor, the screen will show ‘Charging...’.
3. A full charge takes around 4 hours (min 1A)—once the camera is fully charged,
remove the mini USB cable and replace the rear hatch and screw closed.
Battery Life
At a temperature of 25°C (77°F), with all power saving features off and the camera
recording continuously, the battery will last for about 3.5 hours (1080p 30FPS,
Wi-Fi off, normal bit rate) on a full charge (see Conserving Battery Life, p20).
1. Open the Main Menu (see p6) and
select ‘Camera Settings’.
2. Select ‘Format Memory Card’, press
ACTION and then confirm.
Formatting may take a few moments
to complete—please be patient.
Using an External Power Supply
Removing a Micro SD Card
The camera can be powered by an external power supply such as a USB power
adaptor, Drift Power Pack or Drift 12V Charger. We recommend you to power off
your camera before plugging your camera to any external power supply.
To remove the card, push it until you hear
a click. The card slot is spring loaded and
the card will slide from the slot.
Press the ACTION button to begin normal usage when using an external power
supply. If the external power is cut off for any reason during recording, the
camera will immediately start drawing power from the rechargeable battery
instead and continue recording, protecting your footage from file corruption.
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Camera Menu System
MENU Button (Tag/Back)
LEFT Button (Zoom Out)
RIGHT Button (Zoom In)
ACTION Button (On/Off/Rec/Stop)
Camera LED Indicator
Figure 9: Ghost-S Top View
The Drift Ghost-S has an easy-to-use menu system which can be navigated
using the camera’s four control buttons.
Main Menu (Figure 10)
Mode Selection
Playback
To open the Main Menu, press MENU while the camera is powered on. The Main
Menu screen will display the four menu options.
Use LEFT and RIGHT to navigate between the menu options. A highlighted
option will show a green icon instead of red. To select a highlighted menu
option, press ACTION and a sub-menu will open.
! To go back a step, at any time, press MENU.
Mode Settings
Camera Settings
Figure 10: Main Menu
Mode Selection Menu (Figure 11)
Video Mode
Photo Mode
The Mode Selection menu is used to select the camera recording mode.
On opening the Mode Selection menu, the screen will display the four camera
mode icons. Move between the different camera modes using LEFT and RIGHT.
To select a highlighted camera mode, press ACTION. The screen will return to
Live Preview for the selected mode and the camera is ready to capture media.
For more information about the four camera modes, see p7-12.
Timelapse Mode Photoburst Mode
Figure 11: Mode Selection Menu
Mode Settings Menu (Figure 12)
The Mode Settings menu is used to view and edit settings for each of the four
camera modes.
Video Settings
Photo Settings
Timelapse Settings
Photoburst Settings
On opening the Mode Settings menu, the screen will display the four camera
mode icons. To select a highlighted camera mode, press ACTION. A further submenu will open, listing adjustable settings for the selected camera mode. Use
LEFT and RIGHT to navigate between settings. Use ACTION to edit and confirm
settings; LEFT and RIGHT to adjust setting values.
For more information about the four camera modes and their settings, see p7-12.
Figure 12: Mode Settings Menu
Playback Menu (Figure 13)
The Playback menu is used to view video and images for each of the four
camera modes.
Video Playback
Photo Playback
For full details, see p13.
Camera Settings Menu
The Camera Settings menu is used to view and adjust camera settings.
For full details, see p14.
Timelapse Playback
Photoburst Playback
Figure 13: Playback Menu
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Video Mode
Video Mode (GREEN LED)
Video Mode Settings
While the camera is powered on and in Video Mode—with a micro SD card
inserted with enough free memory—it will record video when ACTION is pressed
on the camera or the remote control.
1080P
Resolution
1. To enter Video Mode, ensure the camera is powered on.
960P
720P
WVGA
25 (1080/960/720/WVGA)
2. Press MENU to enter the Main Menu.
30 (1080/960/720/WVGA)
3. Open the Mode Selection menu, highlight Video Mode and press ACTION.
The screen will return to Live Preview and display the Video Mode icon @ in the
top-lefthand corner of the screen, the camera LED will turn green—the camera is
ready to record video.
48 (960)
50 (1080/960 / 720 / WVGA)
Frame Rate
60 (1080/960 720 / WVGA)
100 (720/WVGA)
120 (720/WVGA)
200 (WVGA)
Recording Video
240 (WVGA)
1. Press ACTION on the camera or remote control to begin recording video.
2. The camera LED indicator will blink red while the camera is recording.
160° (1080/960/720/WVGA)
Field Of View
3. To stop recording, press ACTION on the camera, or STOP on the remote
control—the camera LED indicator will turn green.
127° (1080)
90° (1080)
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-1
! The duration of the current recording is indicated by the on-screen timer.
Exposure
0
+1
! For best performance always use, at minimum, a class 10 Micro SD card.
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Off
Taking Simultaneous Photos While Recording Video
Pressing MENU on the camera (or ACTION on the remote control) while
recording video will simultaneously take a still photo. Taking a simultaneous
photo will result in an 8MP photo if the Ghost-S is recording at 30 or 25fps in any
resolution. If you are recording in 48, 50 or 60fps, the Ghost-S will create a 2MP
simultaneous photo.
Self Timer
10s
Video Tagging
On
Off
10s
Video Tagging
! This feature is not active for frame rates higher than 60fps.
3s
5s
Interval
30s
1m
2m
5m
! This feature is only available when Video Tagging (see p8) is turned off.
On
Car DVR Mode
Manual
Off
1m
Scene Mode / Bit Rate
Video Mode
SD Card / Battery Indicator
Car DVR Interval
HB
3m
5m
10m
Bit Rate
Normal
High
Normal
Scene Mode
Vivid
Low Light
Default Settings
Yes
Cancel
00:00:00
Video Resolution
Frame Rate
Field Of View
Exposure
Record Timer
Figure 14: Video Mode Live Preview Screen
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Video Mode (cont’d)
Video Tagging
Figure 15: Video Tagging Graphic Representation
When activated, this feature allows the camera to continuously record video,
but save only ‘tagged’ footage. For example, with Video Tagging turned on and
a Video Tagging Interval of 30s selected, pressing MENU while recording video
will save the previous 30s, current 30s and an additional 30s—a total of 1m30s of
tagged footage.
Video Tagging can be turned on or off in the Video Settings menu.
1. To turn Video Tagging on, switch to Video Settings Menu.
2. Cycle to ‘Video Tagging’, press ACTION to toggle between On/Off.
3. Under ‘Video Tagging Interval‘, press ACTION to choose the desired interval
time.
4. Now when you press ACTION from the live preview screen, the camera LED
will BLINK GREEN, and you are now recording in video tagging mode, without
saving the footage. This is also shown by the TAG icon rectangle being RED.
5. While recording video, press MODE on the camera (or ACTION from the
remote) to tag a video—the camera LED will begin to BLINK RED while a
tagged interval is being saved. This is also shown by the TAG icon rectangle
turning GREEN.
6. Tagging can be stopped by pressing ACTION on the camera, or STOP on the
remote control. This will change the camera LED from blinking RED, to solid
RED.
7. Once the three video tagging intervals are saved, the camera will
automatically return to recording without saving, until commanded to stop by
pressing the ACTION button.
In the event that you require extending your video to be sure you do not miss
any critical shots, pressing ACTION again while in a tagging session (LED blinking
GREEN) will add an additional tagging interval to the end of the saved footage.
! Please ensure you have at least 4GB of free space on your micro SD card for
video tagging to function properly.
! Activating Video Tagging will disable accessibility to Car DVR mode.
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Video Mode (cont’d)
Car DVR mode
ENGINE STARTS
ENGINE STOPS
START RECORDING
CAR DVR INTERVAL*
Camera turns on
(Automatically)
New clip
New clip
CAR DVR INTERVAL
New clip
CAR DVR INTERVAL
STOP RECORDING
CAR DVR INTERVAL
V
Figure 16: Car DVR Graphic Representation
Camera turns off
(Automatically)
Car DVR mode can be turned on or off in the Video Settings menu
This hands off mode setting is ideal for insurance and security purposes. In this mode the camera records footage in a
continuous loop style (Car DVR Intervals) recording loop after loop until it fills the Micro SD Card. Once full, the oldest
loops will be deleted as the newest ones are saved. DVR loop intervals can be 1min, 3min, 5min and 10min.
Car DVR mode can be turned on or off in the Camera Settings menu, it will automatically power the camera on and
begin recording when power is delivered to the USB port. Setting the Car DVR to ‘M’ (manual) allows the user to use this
feature while manually starting the first loop by pressing ACTION. This is ideal for users such as cyclists, where external
power is not frequently used.
1. To turn Car DVR mode on, open Video Mode Settings from the Main Menu and select Car DVR, press ACTION,
then select ‘ON’, or ‘M’ for manual mode. On the live preview screen a CAR icon will indicate that Car DVR mode is
enabled.
Bit Rate
Users can select to keep the normal compression used by the H.264 codec, or if they prefer, allow a higher flow of data
for preserving more of the original recording. This will increase the bit rate used in all recording modes. The maximum
bit rate is set to 35.0 Mbps, this is reserved for the most processor intensive recording modes of 720p 120/100, WVGA
240/200. In High Bit Rate, 1080p 60/50 will be approximately 26.0 Mbps versus 18.0 Mbps in Normal Bit Rate.
Scene Mode
Normal: Use this as your ‘go to’ setting. This is the default setting and will give you the most neutral, true colour palette
possible for the broadest range of environments, and is the best mode to choose for bright outdoor environments.
Vivid: Use this mode when you are intentionally looking to make your colours a touch more saturated.
Low Light: This setting should only be used in low light settings such as filming at night or indoors with less ambient
lighting. If the camera is set to 60/50fps in any resolution, auto slow shutter mode will regulate the frame rate from
60/50fps to 30/25fps based on the luminance in order to achieve the highest exposure rate possible for each frame.
In this instance, each frame will be printed twice in order to keep the overall frame rate at 60/50fps.
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Photo Mode
PHOTO MODE (YELLOW LED)
While the camera is powered on and in Photo Mode—with a Micro SD card
inserted with available memory—it will capture a 5, 8 or 12MP still image when
ACTION is pressed on the camera or the remote control.
Photo Mode Settings
12MP
Resolution
5MP
1. To enter Photo Mode, ensure the camera is powered on.
2. Press MENU to enter the Main Menu.
8MP
160°
Field Of View
127°
90°
3. Open the Mode Selection menu, highlight Photo Mode and press ACTION.
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The screen will return to Live Preview and will display the Photo Mode icon @
in the top-left corner of the screen, and the camera LED will turn YELLOW. The
camera is ready to take photos.
-1
Exposure
0
+1
+2
Off
Capturing photos
1. Press ACTION on the camera or remote control to take a photo.
Self Timer
10s
2. The LED indicator will BLINK RED once before returning to YELLOW.
Normal
Scene Mode
Scene Mode
Normal: Use this as your ‘go to’ setting. This is the default setting and will give
you the most neutral, true to reality colour palette possible for the broadest
range of environments, and is the best mode to choose for bright sunny days.
Vivid: Use this mode when you are intentionally looking to make your colours a
touch more saturated.
3s
5s
Vivid
Low Light
Default Settings
Yes
Cancel
Scene Mode
SD Card / Battery Indicator
Photo Mode
45%
Low Light: This setting should only be used in low light settings such as filming
at night or indoors with less ambient lighting. This will optimise the camera to
reduce image noise in low light settings.
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Photo Resolution
Field of View Angle
Exposure
Photos Taken
Figure 17: Photo Mode Live Preview
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Timelapse Mode
Timelapse Mode (PURPLE LED)
While the camera is powered on and in Timelapse Mode—with a Micro SD card
inserted with enough free memory—it will capture a series of still images at a
specified rate when ACTION is pressed on the camera or the remote control.
Timelapse Mode Settings
12MP
Resolution
5MP
160°
1. To enter Timelapse Mode, ensure the camera is powered on.
2. Press MENU to enter the Main Menu.
8MP
Field Of View
127°
90°
3. Open the Mode Selection menu, highlight Timelapse Mode and press
ACTION.
-2
-1
Exposure
0
+1
The screen will return to Live Preview and will display the Timelapse Mode icon
@ in the top-left corner of the screen. The camera LED will turn purple—the
camera is ready to take timelapse photos.
+2
0.5s
1s
2s
Capturing Timelapse Sequences
The Timelapse Sequence Interval can be set from the Mode Settings menu.
Sequence Interval
30s
2. Under ‘Sequence Interval’, choose the desired interval time and press ACTION
to confirm.
1m
Off
Self Timer
4. The camera LED will BLINK RED once when each photo is taken.
5. To stop timelapse, press ACTION on the camera or STOP on the remote
control.
5s
10s
1. Open Mode Settings from the Main Menu and select Timelapse Mode.
3. Return to Live Preview and press ACTION on the camera or remote control to
start timelapse.
3s
3s
5s
10s
Normal
Scene Mode
Vivid
Low Light
! The Ghost-S will not render the timelapse still images into a video, you must
insert the still sequences produced by the Ghost-S into third party postproduction software in order to render a timelapse video.
Scene Mode
Normal: Use this as your ‘go to’ setting. This is the default setting and will give
you the most neutral, true to reality colour palette possible for the broadest
range of environments, and is the best mode to choose for bright sunny days.
Default Settings
Scene Mode
Timelapse Mode
Yes
Cancel
SD / Battery Indicator
67%
Vivid: Use this mode when you are intentionally looking to make your colours a
touch more saturated.
Low Light: This setting should only be used in low light settings such as filming
at night or indoors with less ambient lighting. This will optimise the camera to
reduce image noise in low light settings.
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Photos Captured
Photo Resolution
Field of View Angle
Exposure
Sequence Interval
Figure 18: Timelapse Mode Live Preview
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Photoburst Mode
Photoburst Mode (CYAN BLUE LED)
While the camera is powered on and in Photoburst Mode—with a Micro SD card
inserted with enough free memory—it will capture a burst of still images for an
allotted duration, at a specified rate when ACTION is pressed on the camera or
the remote control.
1. To enter Photoburst Mode, ensure the camera is powered on.
Photoburst Mode Settings
12MP
Resolution
8MP
5MP
160°
FOV
127°
90°
2. Press MENU to enter the Main Menu.
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3. Open the Mode Selection menu, select Photoburst Mode and press ACTION.
10/s
Capture Rate
The screen will return to Live Preview and will display the Photoburst Mode
icon @ in the top-left corner of the screen. The camera LED indicator will turn
CYAN (light blue)—the camera is ready to take a photoburst series.
20/s
30/s
160°
FOV
127°
90°
-2
Capturing Photoburst Sequences
The Photoburst Mode settings can be set from the Mode Settings menu.
-1
0
Exposure
1. Open Mode Settings from the Main Menu and select Photoburst Mode.
+1
2. Under ‘Capture Rate’, highlight the desired photo capture rate and press
ACTION to confirm.
Off
3. Under ‘Burst Duration’, highlight the desired duration and press ACTION to
confirm.
4. Return to Live Preview and press ACTION on the camera or remote control to
start photoburst.
5. The camera LED indicator will BLINK RED once when each photo is taken, and
return to CYAN (light blue) once the file is saved and ready to shoot another
photoburst.
! The Ghost-S does not automatically make composite images from the
photoburst sequence shot. This can be done on third party post-production
software.
+2
3s
Self Timer
5s
10s
Normal
Scene Mode
Vivid
Low Light
Yes
Default Settings
Resolution
Cancel
Capture Rate
Burst Duration
10/s
1s
12MP
5/s
1s
2s
Scene Mode
Normal: Use this as your ‘go to’ setting. This is the default setting and will give
you the most neutral, true to reality colour palette possible for the broadest
range of environments, and is the best mode to choose for bright sunny days.
Vivid: Use this mode when you are intentionally looking to make your colours a
touch more saturated.
Low Light: This setting should only be used in low light settings such as filming
at night or indoors with less ambient lighting. This will optimise the camera to
reduce image noise in low light settings.
10/s
1s
2s
5s
5/s
1s
2s
5s
8MP
30/s
1s
20/s
1s
5MP
10/s
1s
2s
5s
5/s
1s
2s
5s
Scene Mode
Photoburst Mode
SD / Battery Indicator
90%
Photo Resolution
Field of View / Exposure
Capture Rate / Burst Duration
Figure 19: Photoburst Mode Live Preview
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Playback
On opening Playback from the Main Menu, the screen will display the four
camera mode icons. A number will be displayed beside each camera mode icon
to indicate how many files are stored on the memory card for each mode.
Video Playback
Photo Playback
40%
To select a highlighted camera mode, press ACTION.
The screen will display the most recent video, photo, timelapse or photoburst
folder. To move between files, use LEFT and RIGHT. To return to Live Preview,
press the menu button to backout.
Video Playback (Figure 21)
1. Select the video file you wish to playback using LEFT/RIGHT, then press
ACTION.
Timelapse Playback
Photoburst Playback
Figure 20: Playback Menu
Video Index
Video Playback
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2. The screen will display a sub-menu. Highlight ‘View’ to watch the selected
video and press ACTION.
! Highlight ‘View All’ to watch all the videos stored on the memory card and
press ACTION.
3. Pressing ACTION will pause playback and pressing MENU will stop playback.
4. Use LEFT and RIGHT during playback to rewind and fast-forward.
Viewing Photos (Figure 22)
On opening Photo Mode from the Playback menu, the screen will display the
most recent photo. To move between photos, use LEFT and RIGHT. Photos are
displayed in their native 4:3 format for 12, 8 and 5MP images.
00:00:09/00:20:48
Playback Timer
Playback Status
Figure 21: Video Mode Playback
Video Resolution
Frame Rate
Photo Playback
Viewing Timelapse Photos (Figure 23)
On opening Timelapse Mode from the Playback menu, the screen will display
the first image in the most recent timelapse sequence. To move between
sequences, use LEFT and RIGHT. Press ACTION and select ‘View Series’ to open
the desired sequence.
Photo Index
Figure 22: Photo Mode Playback
Viewing Photoburst Photos (Figure 24)
Timelapse Playback
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On opening Photoburst Mode from the Playback menu, the screen will display
the first image in the most recent photoburst sequence. To move between
sequences, use LEFT and RIGHT. Press ACTION and select ‘View Series’ to open
the desired sequence.
Deleting Files
1. Pressing ACTION while viewing any file in Playback will open a sub-menu.
2. Highlight ‘Delete’ to delete the selected video or photo, or ‘Delete All’ to delete
every file for the selected camera mode. Press ACTION and confirm.
3. You can also choose to delete timelapse or photoburst sequences in the same
manner as above.
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S0003
Series Index
Timelapse Image Index
Figure 23: Timelapse Mode Playback
Photoburst Playback
! Please be aware when using ‘Delete All’ that all files for the selected camera
mode will be removed from the memory card and cannot be retrieved.
! Using this function will not delete any other files from the Micro SD card.
S0003
Series Index
0001/0125
Photoburst Image Index
Figure 24: Photoburst Mode Playback
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Camera Settings
Upon opening Camera Settings from
the Main Menu, the screen will display
the list of adjustable camera settings.
Use LEFT and RIGHT to move between
settings. Use ACTION to edit and
confirm settings; LEFT and RIGHT to
move between setting values.
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi Network
Name
AUTO
On
Off
‘000’
1080P
HDMI Out
Resolution
1080i
720P
Off
Clone Mode
AP
ST
60 FPS
50 FPS
HDMI Out
Frame Rate
30 FPS
Wi-Fi
Off
To turn Wi-Fi on or off, highlight
Low
Date/Time
Year/Month/Day
Med
Date/Time
Stamp
Off
‘Wi-Fi’ from the Camera Settings
menu and press ACTION. While Wi-Fi
is on, the Wi-Fi icon @ will show in
Live Preview.
For more about connecting the
camera to other Wi-Fi devices, see
p19.
Mic Sensitivity
High
Your camera will create a local area
network, with the network name
‘Ghost S XXX’, where ‘XXX’ is any three
digit number you wish to assign in this
setting. Pressing LEFT/RIGHT will cycle
the selected digit value, while pressing
ACTION will move the cursor to the
next digit.
Clone Mode
See p15.
Setting the Date and Time
1. Highlight ‘Date’ from the Camera
Settings menu and press ACTION.
Speaker Volume
LCD Brightness
LCD Off
Remote Control
Remote Pairing
Remote LED
2. Adjust the year using LEFT / RIGHT
and press ACTION to confirm.
Camera LED
3. Set the month, day and time,
pressing ACTION to confirm each.
Digital Zoom
Camera Settings Profiles
All camera settings can be saved by
selecting ‘Save Settings’ from the
Camera Settings menu and choosing a
save profile: ‘A’, ‘B’ or ‘C’.
Settings profiles can be loaded by
selecting ‘Load Settings’ from the
menu, then ‘A’, ‘B’ or ‘C’.
The camera will power on in the
same settings configuration it was
powered off in, except for digital
zoom, which gets reset.
On
Off
Low
Profile A
Save Settings
Profile C
High
Profile A
Load Settings
Profile B
Medium
Profile C
High
English
Never
Français
5s
Deutsch
10s
Español
20s
Italiano
1m
Português
5m
Russian
On
Language
Nederlands
Off
Norwegian
One To One
Dansk
One To All
Polski
On
Român
Off
Svenskt
On
Český
Off
ελληνικά
On
Save Settings
A
B
C
Off
Load Settings
A
B
C
Never
Camera Off
Profile B
Medium
Low
Wi-Fi Network Name
25 FPS
1m
2m
5m
Reset Default Settings
To restore the factory camera
settings, highlight ‘Reset Settings’
from the Camera Settings menu
and press ACTION, then confirm.
Reset Settings
Yes
Cancel
Yes
Format Memory
Card
Cancel
Firmware Version
X.X.X.X
Firmware Version
This will display the camera’s current
firmware version. For more details
about updating firmware, see p21.
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Camera Settings (cont’d)
Clone Mode
The ultimate tool for any video production, Drift Innovation’s Clone Mode
allows simultaneous recording and synchronized setting adjustments for
AP
linked cameras. Users can sync up to five cameras connected to the same
Clone Network via Wi-Fi. Start just one camera and all networked cameras start.
Change the mode on one, and all cameras update to the new mode.
Setting Up Clone Mode
Clone mode works on a ‘Master-Slave’ type of system. There is one main
Access Point (AP) camera; all Station (ST) cameras connect by all having the
same SSID (see figure 25).
Setting up the Access Point (AP) Camera
1. Select the first camera for the Clone Network (this can be any camera you
wish to be on the network), navigate to ‘Clone Mode’ in the SETTINGS menu.
Press ACTION, and then highlight ‘AP’ to designate this first camera as the
Access Point for your System. Once highlighted, press ACTION to select.
2. On your Access Point camera, set the ‘Wi-Fi Network Name’ to be the
number you wish to assign to this Clone Network. This is of your choosing at
this point, and can be anything.
3. Next (still on the AP camera) turn on your Wi-Fi, see p14.
ST
ST
ST
ST
Figure 25: Clone Mode System Overview
Setting up the Station Mode (ST) Camera(s)
At this point your AP camera is already setup (see above) and you are
connecting up to four additional cameras in Station Mode to your Clone Mode
Network.
1. Select the next camera you wish to add to your network. Navigate to ‘Clone Mode’ in the SETTINGS menu. Press ACTION, and then highlight ‘ST’ to designate this next camera into Station Mode. Once highlighted, press
ACTION to select.
2. On your Station Mode camera, set the ‘Wi-Fi Network Name’ to be
the SAME NUMBER you assigned to the AP camera. Whatever
network name you gave in step two, you must re-enter here for the
cameras to be on the same network.
3. Next (still on this ST camera) turn on your Wi-Fi, see p14.
Repeat steps 4-6 to add up to four Station Mode cameras, making a total
network of five cameras including the Access Point camera.
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Two-Way Remote Control
Powering On and Off
1. Ensure the camera is powered on, see p5.
2. Press and hold the ACTION button on the remote—the LED will power on and
indicate the current camera mode.
! The remote will automatically power off if it does not find a camera after 15s.
Charging
Connect the remote control using the Mini USB cable (provided) to a powered
USB port. The LED will blink red. A full charge takes around two hours using a
1-2A charger. Once the remote is fully charged, the LED will show solid green—
remove the mini USB cable and replace the rubber dust-proof USB seal.
Pairing Camera to a Remote Control - One to One
[The camera and remote control included in the package are already paired to
one another]
1. On the camera, press MENU, select Camera Settings from the Main Menu and
press ACTION.
2. Highlight ‘Remote Pairing’ in the Camera Settings menu and press ACTION.
3. Highlight ‘
‘ in the Remote Pairing options and press ACTION.
4. Ensure the remote control is powered on.
5. On the remote control, press ACTION — The camera will beep and return to
the Camera Settings menu if it has recognised the remote.
! If the camera does not display ‘successful’ and return to the Camera Settings
menu it will not be paired—try pressing ACTION on the remote again.
6. On the camera, the icon beside Remote Pairing will change to indicate it is
paired to a remote control.
Figure 26: Two Way Remote Control Top View
USB Power In
ACTION Button
STOP/MODE Button
Remote LED Indicators
! The Remote is NOT waterproof,
and should not be submerged. It is
however weather-resistant, and can
withstand rain and snow.
LED Status
Description
Rapid Blinking Red
Low Battery (<15%)
Using the Remote Control - One to One
Blink Red
Taking a photo
While the camera and remote are both powered on and paired, pressing ACTION
on the remote control will begin recording video, capture a photo, start
timelapse or photoburst, depending on the camera mode.
Blinking Red
Recording video
Blink Blue
Signal confirmation
Solid Green
Video Mode
Pressing ACTION while recording video will capture a photo, or start Video
Tagging (if activated, see p8). Pressing STOP will end video recording or timelapse.
Solid Yellow
Photo Mode
Blinking Purple
Timelapse Mode
Pressing STOP while the camera is in Live Preview will toggle between camera
modes, as indicated by the LED indicator on the camera and remote.
Blinking Cyan
Photoburst Mode
Blinking White
One to All Mode
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Two-Way Remote Control (cont’d)
Pairing Camera to a Remote Control - One to All
A single remote control can be paired to an infinite number of cameras in a 10m
range from the remote control, to enable footage to be captured from every
angle.
1. On the cameras, press MENU, select Camera Settings from the Main Menu
and press ACTION.
2. Highlight ‘Remote Pairing’ from the Camera Settings menu and press ACTION.
3. Highlight ‘
‘ in the Remote Pairing options and press ACTION.
4. On the remote control, press ACTION—the camera will display ‘successful’
and return to the Camera Settings menu if it has recognised the remote.
! Any camera that does not display ‘successful’ and returns to the Camera
Settings menu will not be paired—try pressing ACTION on the remote again.
5. On the camera, the icon beside Remote Pairing will change to indicate it is in
‘‘One to All’’ mode.
! When pairing multiple cameras, always test the remote control to see if it
operates all the cameras before mounting them.
Using the Remote Control - One to All
While the camera and remote are both powered on and paired, pressing ACTION
on the remote control will begin recording video, capture a photo, start
timelapse or photoburst, depending on the camera mode.
Pressing ACTION while recording video will capture a photo, or start Video
Tagging (if activated, see p8). Pressing STOP will end video recording or timelapse.
! The remote control indicator lights will show white to indicate the remote control is paired to multiple cameras.
! Mode changing from the remote control is disabled when in one to all
mode.
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Shot Setup
Figure 27: Universal Clip Screw Location & Lens Rotation
Fixing the Camera to the Universal Clip
Lens Rotation
1. Align the screw of the Universal Clip with the thread on the underside of the
camera body.
In order to maximise your mounting
options, the camera lens is rotatable
through 300°, allowing for the perfect
shot from even the most extreme of
positions.
2. Twist the screw thread in a clockwise direction by hand.
3. As the Universal Clip tightens against the body of the camera, rotate the
camera to provide the desired angle of attachment, holding the clip in place.
4. Tighten the screw on the Universal Clip until it fits firmly against the camera
body.
Closing the Rear Hatch
1. Ensure the directional arrow “up” indicator is pointing up towards the buttons.
2. Use the notch in the Universal Clip to tighten the screw on the Rear Hatch.
! Failure to completely seal the Rear Hatch where water is present may result in permanent damage to the camera (see p3).
Mounting the Camera to a Drift Mount
Included with the camera are several Drift mounts which will help you find the
shot you want.
Mounting the Camera on Goggles
1. Attach the Goggle Mount to the strap of your goggles.
2. Slide the camera (with Universal Clip attached) into the mount until the two
arms on the clip click into place, check that the clip is fully secured.
Mounting the Camera on a Helmet
1. Position the Curved Surface Mount against your helmet to find the optimum
mounting position.
2. Ensure the mounting surface is clean, dry and free of oil and dust.
3. Remove the cover of the mount’s 3M adhesive and fix the mount to the
helmet—allow 24 hours to cure.
4. Slide the camera (with Universal Clip attached) into the mount until the two
arms on the clip click into place, check that the clip is fully secured.
Fixing the Camera to the Standard ¼”-20 Thread
Whilst holding the camera body in
one hand, use the index finger and
thumb of the other hand to hold the
camera lens firmly, then twist the
lens to the desired angle. The arrow
indicator above the lens indicates ‘up’
and corresponds with the top of the
display in Live Preview.
! Be sure to rotate the lens back
to the 0° position (so the ‘up’
indicator on the lens is aligned with
the LED indicator on the camera)
before mounting, or un-mounting,
the camera to reduce the risk of
damage to the lens.
Zoom
The Drift Ghost-S includes a 10x digital
zoom function that allows you to take
close-up photo and video.
While in Live Preview, or while
recording video, press and hold the
RIGHT button to zoom in, and the
LEFT button to zoom out.
Digital zoom can be disabled in the
general Camera Settings Menu.
Thread the camera onto a tripod, or any other mount with a standard camera
thread, turning the camera body on the thread clockwise to secure.
! However you choose to mount your camera, ensure that the camera is fitted
firmly to reduce the risk of losing it. Give it a tug before you set out.
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Connectivity
Playing Video on a Computer
Recorded video footage and photos can be copied to a computer using the USB
cable provided or—if your computer has an appropriate card reader—directly
from the Micro SD card.
Some computers may not have the
correct codecs required for video
playback and editing.
Connecting to a Windows PC by USB Cable
1. Connect the camera to your PC using the USB cable. The camera screen will
display a USB logo and the LED status indicator will blink red.
If you experience difficulties playing
video recorded with your camera, you
can download VLC media player for
free from www.videolan.org.
2. Your PC’s operating system may be setup to open new devices automatically,
if not, open My Computer.
If you are experiencing difficulties
editing video or do not wish to use
VLC player for playback, you will need
to download and install a codec pack.
The FFDshow codec pack can be
downloaded from www.free-codecs.
com/FFDshow_download.htm.
3. Your PC should recognise the camera as a removable device—look for DRIFT
CARD in the list of all devices and open.
4. Open the DCIM folder, inside you will find the 100DRIFT folder, which
contains all the files saved on the memory card by the camera.
! If there are a very large numbers of files, there will be multiple folders
(100DRIFT, 101DRIFT, etc).
5. Copy the desired files to your PC.
Recommended System Requirements
Connecting to a Mac by USB Cable
To smoothly view and edit HD video,
powerful hardware is required:
1. Connect the camera to your Mac using the USB cable. The camera screen will
display a USB logo and the LED status indicator will blink red.
Windows
2. Your Mac’s operating system may be setup to open new devices automatically,
if not, open a new Finder window.
3. Your Mac should recognise the camera as a removable device—look for DRIFT
CARD in the list of devices and open.
• 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ or
AMD equivalent, Intel® Core™ i7
recommended.
4. Open the DCIM folder—inside, you will find the 100DRIFT folder which
contains all the files saved on the memory card by the camera.
• Minimum 2GB of RAM (recommend
4GB and up).
! If there are a very large numbers of files, there will be multiple folders
(100DRIFT, 101DRIFT, etc).
• Graphics card comparable to
NVIDIA GeForce 600 or AMD
Radeon HD6000 and up.
5. Copy the desired files to your Mac.
• Microsoft Windows Vista or
Connecting the Camera to a TV
Windows 7 or later.
1. While the camera is turned off, connect it to your TV using a Mini HDMI type
C cable (not included).
Mac
• 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ or
AMD equivalent, Intel® Core™ i7
recommended.
2. Power on the camera.
3. Once booted up, the image usually displayed on the camera’s LCD screen will
instead be displayed directly on your TV, and the sound will come out of the
TV speakers.
• Minimum 2GB of RAM (recommend
4GB and up).
4. Press MENU to cycle through camera modes while connected to a TV.
• Graphics card comparable to
NVIDIA GeForce 600 or AMD
Radeon HD6000 and up.
Connecting to a Wi-Fi Device
1. Set the Wi-Fi network name and turn on the Wi-Fi as per p14.
2. On your mobile device navigate to your Wi-Fi network settings. For most devices, this will be found in SETTINGS>Wi-Fi. Search for the network name
• Mac OS X v10.5 or later.
‘Ghost S XXX’ where XXX is the three number digit you assigned when setting up the network name on your camera.
3. Select the network found in step 2 to connect your device and your camera.
Manual HDMI Out
The Ghost-S will automatically connect via HDMI to an HD ready TV. However,
it is also capable of manually setting the HDMI out to either 1080p, 1080i or 720p.
These can be set to 60, 50, 30 or 25 frames per second for the progressive
modes, and 60 or 50 HZ for the interlaced modes.
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Conserving Battery
The Ghost-S comes with a rechargeable 1700mAh Lithium-Ion battery, allowing
you to record continuously for hours between charges. However, sometimes you
may find yourself in a location without a power outlet to charge your camera. If
you’re outside, cold conditions can drain battery power at a faster rate than usual.
Fortunately, the Ghost-S comes with a number of features to conserve the battery
life. These can all be found in the Camera Settings menu.
LCD Off
The camera’s LCD screen consumes power, so one of the best ways to
extend battery life is to use the ‘LCD Off’ feature. By default, LCD screen will
automatically power off after 20 seconds (the time interval can be chosen when
selecting ‘LCD Off’ from the Camera Settings menu).
The camera will still function as normal when the screen is off: in Live Preview,
the camera is ready to record at any time. If recording is in progress, the camera
will continue to record. The remote can also be used while the screen is off. The
screen can be turned back on again at any time by pressing any button.
Spare batteries
You can also charge a second battery
before you set out and then swap it
when the first is empty. Spare 1700mAh
Ghost batteries and Power Packs are
available from official Drift retailers.
Please visit driftinnovation.com for more
information and where to purchase.
! Always change the battery in a
clean, dry and safe environment.
Getting camera batteries wet will
damage them and may result in
injury. For your own safety, never
use damaged batteries.
LCD Brightness
The LCD screen is backlit, this too consumes power. It is possible to reduce the
intensity of this light by adjusting the ‘LCD Brightness’ setting in the Camera
Settings menu—you will notice a slight increase in battery life if you use a lower
brightness setting.
Camera Auto Off
It is possible to set the camera to power off entirely when no buttons are pressed
for a number of minutes (the duration can be chosen selecting ‘Camera Auto
Off’ from the Camera Settings menu). This can be useful to reduce battery
consumption if the camera is accidently left powered on.
! The camera will not power off while recording is in progress. However,
once the camera has powered off, you will need to power it on again before
capturing any footage.
! The remote control will not operate the camera while the unit is powered off.
Using Different Video Resolutions
Bigger resolutions as well as higher frame rates all contribute to more ‘work’ for
the processor; this means more battery power is required to process the
work. If you are shooting video and do not require full 1080p (for instance for
easy internet sharing) try using a lower resolution and your battery life will
increase accordingly. For example, in 1080p at 30fps you can expect 3h 30min
versus 4h 20min in WVGA at 30fps.
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Updating Firmware
The Drift Ghost-S should always be operated on the latest firmware available,
downloadable from www.driftinnovation.com. Be sure to check back often for
updates as we will continue to add features and options to your camera after you
purchase it
1. Go to www.driftinnovation.com and download the latest firmware file
(‘’Ghost_S.bin’’) found easily in the Drift Ghost-S section, or by navigating to
‘Firmware’ listed in the bottom footer of any page.
2. Plug your Drift Ghost-S unit into your computer (MAC or PC) using the
supplied USB cable.
3. Your camera should come up as an External Device with the ‘’Drift Card’’
Micro SD card being visible as a storage device (see connectivity p19). Please
copy the ‘’Ghost_S.bin’’ firmware file into the root folder of the ‘’Drift Card’’
Micro SD card.
4. Safely eject your Drift Ghost-S and Micro SD as a storage device from your
computer.
5. Power on the camera and wait for it to automatically update itself. You will get
a “Firmware Update in Progress” message and the LED status indicator will
blink red. This should take a few seconds and the camera will automatically
power off after.
6. Power the unit on again.
7. Navigate to the settings menu and check the “Firmware Version” to ensure the
firmware has been successfully updated.
! Your camera might shut off automatically once more after step 6, this is normal.
Simply turn the unit back on. This step is necessary in order to refresh a set
of Wi-Fi initialisation code that only needs to be refreshed once per firmware
update.
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Camera Care
The Ghost-S is specifically designed for extreme sports. It is a very durable piece
of equipment. However, to ensure a long and healthy life for your camera, please
follow the guidelines below.
Cleaning the Camera
During your sporting activities, the camera will inevitably get dirty or wet.
Although this is not an issue, it is recommended that you clean the camera
after each use. Clean the camera thoroughly with a damp cloth and let it air dry
before you open the back hatch or rotate the lens. Take extra care when cleaning
the built-in microphone and speaker.
Cleaning the Lens and LCD Screen
In order to provide a clear image for high definition video, it is important to keep
the camera lens clean. Be careful not to scratch the camera lens whilst cleaning
it. Wipe off any surface mud or water from the lens with a damp cloth and use a
dry, micro fibre, scratch proof cloth to polish the lens once it is dry.
! Scratch proof cloths are available from any camera shop or optician.
Cleaning the Seals
To ensure that the camera remains waterproof, it may be necessary to
occasionally clean the contact surfaces around the rear hatch seal. This can be
done by wiping a damp cloth around the seal. Be careful not to leave excessive
water on the seal, then let it air dry.
Anti Fog Care
The camera is equipped with anti fog inserts, as well as anti fog treatments for
the LCD screen. For the best results always ensure the environment is dry before
you open the rear-hatch of the camera to prevent moisture from excessively
humid air from being trapped inside the camera. Trapped moisture inside the
camera might cause slight condensation to occur. To remove this moisture,
store the camera overnight in a cool, dry environment with the battery and rear
hatch removed, and the battery latch open.
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Technical Specifications
Video Resolution
1080p, 960p (4:3), 720p and WVGA (16:9)
File Format
.MP4 (H.264 codec)
Sensor Type
12 MP Sony CMOS sensor with back illuminated technology
1080P: 25 / 30 / 50 / 60 fps
Frame Rate
960p: 25 / 30 / 48 / 50/ 60 fps
720p: 25 / 30 / 50 / 60 / 100/ 120 fps
WVGA: 25 / 30 / 50 / 60 / 100 / 120 / 200 / 240 fps
1080p: 90° / 127° / 160°
Field of View
960p:160°
720p:160°
WVGA:160°
Lens Focal Range
Lens Rotation
Zoom
Photo Mode
Exposure
0.5m to infinity
300°
×10 (digital)
5 / 8 / 12 megapixels
Auto / Manual (advanced users)
LCD Screen
2.0” colour TFT covered in Corning® Gorilla ® Glass
Waterproof
3m (9.84ft)
Microphone
Built-in, noise reducing microphone
Built-In Memory
Memory Capacity
Inputs
Outputs
Compatibility
Remote Range
Radio Frequency
256MB (not user accessible)
Micro SD memory cards up to 128GB
3.5mm external microphone (extension included)
HDMI connector type C (cable not included)
USB Plug and Play, mini-B USB connector
Windows Vista or Windows 7 and up / Mac OS X 10.5 and up
10m (32ft)
2.4G
Dimensions: 105 (L) × 52 (W) × 33 (D) mm
Camera
Weight:171g
Power:
1700mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery (included) (DC 3.7V)
Dimensions: 59 (L) × 48 (W) × 12 (D) mm
Remote Control
Weight:22g
Power:
350mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery (DC 3.7V)
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Warranty
Drift Innovation (“Manufacturer”) warrants to the original End User (“Purchaser”)
that this product purchased from us or any authorized dealer is free from
manufacturing defects in material and workmanship for the applicable warranty
period, as set forth in the product specification, or 12 months—whichever is the
less. Drift Innovation products purchased from non-authorized dealers might not
be covered by the offered warranty. The warranty period is considered valid from
the issue date confirmed on the sale invoice.
This limited warranty covers defects encountered in the normal use of the
product during the warranty period and does not apply under the following
conditions:
• Product is damaged due to physical abuse, mishandling, accident, negligence
or failure to follow the supplied operating instructions;
• Product is physically modified by Purchaser in any manner other than that for
which it was intended or otherwise previously approved by the Manufacturer;
• Product is damaged or has developed defects caused by the use of
unauthorized parts or by an unauthorized repair service;
Service
To obtain our warranty service, register
your product at driftinnovation.com.
Customer Support
•Check driftinnovation.com for
firmware updates, product updates
and user videos.
• We are here to help you make the
most of your Ghost-S camera;
if you have any suggestions,
comments or complaints, please visit
the support section of our website—
support.driftinnovation.com—or
contact our customer support team
on support@driftinnovation.com.
• The product has been subject to unsuitable operating or physical conditions
outside those recommended in product specifications as provided by the
Manufacturer;
• Product has it’s serial numbers altered or removed;
• Product is damaged due to improper packaging of the warranty return to the
dealer or Manufacturer.
In the event of a product failure under normal use and within the warranty
period, a repair or replacement will be provided at the discretion of the
Manufacturer or the authorized dealer. The Manufacturer warranty does not
cover loss, accidental damage or costs incurred during the handling and
shipping of repairs or replacement products.
The Manufacturer shall have no liability or responsibility whatsoever to Purchaser
or any other person for any loss, injury, death, or any damages derived from the
use of the product or accessories.
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Disclosures
FCC Information
Motorcycle Disclaimer
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Interacting with the camera while riding
could cause a crash and you or others
may be seriously injured or killed.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and;
2. This device must accept interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Warning
Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
• Keep your eyes and mind on the road;
• Avoid looking at the camera while
riding;
• Stop the vehicle in a safe location
before adjusting the camera.
The equipment has been tested and found to comply 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 equipment 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
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by powering the equipment on and off, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna;
• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver;
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that which
the receiver is connected;
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help.
Industry Canada Information
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s).
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause interference, and;
2. This device must accept any interference, including interference that may
cause undesired operation of the device.
This Class [B] digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil s’accorde avec Industrie Canada licence-exempte RSS standard.
Son fonctionnement est soumis aux deux conditions suivantes:
1. Cet appareil ne peut pas causer l’intervention, et;
2. Cet appareil doit accepter de l’intervention, y compris l’intervention qui peut
causer l’opération non désirée de.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe [B] est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Cet appareil s’accorde avec Industrie Canada licence-exempte RSS standard.
FCC RADIATION EXPOSURE
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an
uncontrolled environment . This equipment should be installed and operated with
minimum distance 20cm between the radiator & your body.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
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