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  Summary of Contents for HP F510

  • Page 1 Car Camcorder User Manual...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents About this Guide ................3 FCC Statement................... 3 WEEE Notice ..................4 CE Regulatory Notice ................ 4 Battery warning ................4 Notes on Installation ................ 5 Caution ....................5 Introduction ............... 6 Features ................6 Package Contents..............6 Product Overview ..............7 Getting Started ............
  • Page 3 3.1.3 Emergency Recording ........... 16 3.1.4 The Recording Screen ..........17 3.1.5 Taking Snapshot ............ 18 Playback Videos and Photos ..........19 3.2.1 Playing Videos/ Viewing Photos ......19 3.2.2 The Playback Screen ..........20 3.2.3 Deleting Files ............21 Adjusting the Settings ..........22 Using the Menu ..............
  • Page 4: About This Guide

    About this Guide The content in this document is for information purpose and is subject to change without prior notice. We made every effort to ensure that this User Guide is accurate and complete. However, no liability is assumed for any errors and omissions that may have occurred.
  • Page 5: Weee Notice

    WEEE Notice Disposal of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and/or Battery by users in private households in the European Union This symbol on the product or on the packaging indicates that this can not be disposed of as a household waste. You must dispose of your waste equipment and/or battery by handling it over to the applicable take-back scheme for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment and/or...
  • Page 6: Notes On Installation

    Due to local laws and vehicles safety considerations, do not manually operate the camcorder while driving.  HP Inc. is NOT responsible for the loss of any data/content during operation.  The firmware function in camcorder are reference only, please follow the actual road condition.
  • Page 7: Introduction

    1 Introduction Thank you for purchasing this advanced camcorder. This camcorder is specifically designed for real time video and audio recording when driving. 1.1 Features  High Dynamic Range Imaging (HDR)  Super HD 2304*1296  Up to 150 Degree Wide Angle Glass Lens &IR-Filter ...
  • Page 8: Product Overview

    1.3 Product Overview Item Item Bracket Socket Up Button ( Power Button Down Button ( Memory Card Slot Enter Button ( USB Connector Speaker Back Button ( Wide Angle Lens LED Indicator Microphone HD(Mini HDMI) LCD Panel Connector Note: To operate the camcorder, press the corresponding buttons (5, 8, 9, 10) according to guide icons shown the screen.
  • Page 9: Getting Started

    2 Getting Started 2.1 Inserting the Memory Card Insert the memory card with the gold contacts facing the back of the camcorder. Push the memory card until it clicks into place. To remove the memory card Push to eject the memory card out of the slot. Note: 1.
  • Page 10: Installing In Vehicles

    2.2 Installing in Vehicles 2.2.1 Mount to Windshield Attach the bracket to the camcorder. Slide it into the bracket holder until you hear a click. Before installing the bracket, please use alcohol to clean the windshield and suction cup of the bracket. Wait for dry and press suction-cup on the windshield.
  • Page 11: Adjust The Camcorder Position

    2.2.2 Adjust the camcorder position Loose the knob to swivel the device vertically or horizontally. Knob Then tighten the knob to make sure the camcorder is securely locked in place.
  • Page 12: Connecting To Power

    2.3 Connecting to Power Use only the supplied car adapter to power up the camcorder and charge the built-in battery. Connect one end of the car adapter to the USB connector of the camcorder. USB port input: DC 5V / 1A. Plug the other end of the car charger to the cigarette lighter socket of your vehicle.
  • Page 13: Led Indicator

    Battery Status Indicator: Icon Description Fully Charged 75% Power 50% Power 25% Power low battery Connect the car adapter to charge the battery, battery is full charged. 2.4 LED Indicator Status Explanation LED Indicator Color Power off, battery Green charging Power off, battery full LED light off charged...
  • Page 14: Powering The Camcorder On / Off

    2.5 Powering the Camcorder On / Off 2.5.1 Power On/Off Power On Slide the Power Switch down to the ON position. This action will cover part of the memory card slot. Power Off Slide the Power Switch up to the OFF position. Before taking out memory card, please wait until power-off sequence completed and the screen turn off.
  • Page 15: Set The Date And Time

    2.5.2 Set the Date and Time To set the correct date and time, do the following: Press the button to enter the OSD menu. Press the button to select Date / Time and press the button. Press the button to adjust the value and press the button to move to another field.
  • Page 16: Using The Car Recorder

    3 Using the Car Recorder 3.1 Recording Videos 3.1.1 Record videos while driving When the vehicle engine starts up and the Automatic Record function is enabled, the camcorder automatically turns on and starts recording. Recording will automatically stop when the engine is switched off. Or, press the button to stop recording manually.
  • Page 17: Emergency Recording

    3.1.3 Emergency Recording During Video Recording, press the button to enter emergency recording mode, the “Emergency” message will be shown immediately on the upper left corner of the screen, and the recorded file will be protected. To stop the recording, press the button.
  • Page 18: The Recording Screen

    3.1.4 The Recording Screen Item Description Recording Indicates the recording duration. Duration Date and time Indicates the current recording date and time. Guide icon Press the button to enter the OSD menu. (Menu) Guide icon Press the button to switch to Playback mode. (Playback) Battery Indicates the remaining battery power.
  • Page 19: Taking Snapshot

    3.1.5 Taking Snapshot You can also use this camcorder to take snapshots of the current scene. From the standby screen, press the button to take a snapshot. Note: If recording is in progress, press the button to stop the recording first.
  • Page 20: Playback Videos And Photos

    3.2 Playback Videos and Photos To playback videos and photos, do the following: If recording is in progress, press the button to stop recording. The standby screen is displayed. Press the button to enter the OSD menu. Press the button to select the file category that you want to browse and press the button.
  • Page 21: The Playback Screen

    3.2.2 The Playback Screen Video Playback Screen Photo Playback Screen Description Item Indicates the recorded date and time. Date and time Indicates the file name, date and time stamp if it was Stamp Print enabled in the Settings menu. Press the button to return to file selection Guide icon display.
  • Page 22: Deleting Files

    3.2.3 Deleting Files To delete file(s), do the following: If recording is in progress, press the button to stop recording. Press the button to enter the OSD menu. Press the button to select File Deletion and press the button. Press the button to select the file category and press the button.
  • Page 23: Adjusting The Settings

    4 Adjusting the Settings 4.1 Using the Menu You can customize the video recording and other general settings via the on-screen display (OSD) menus. If recording is in progress, press the button to stop recording. Press the button to open the OSD menu. Press the button to select a menu option and press the button to enter the selected menu.
  • Page 24: Menu Tree

    4.2 Menu Tree Refer to the below table for details on menu items and available menu options. Menu option Description Available option Select the file category that File Playback Video / Emergency you want to view. Press button to adjust the value, press the Date / Time Set the date and time.
  • Page 25 Menu option Description Available option Press button to set Beep Enable/Disable the beep. the volume. You may customize it between 0 ~ 5 Set the recording duration for Record Interval 3 min. / 5 min. each recorded video file. If Motion Detection is activated, the camcorder will automatically trigger recording when the...
  • Page 26: Specifications

    Specifications Item Description Image sensor 1/3” CMOS sensor 2688 (H) x 1520 (V) Effective pixels Storage media Support Micro SDHC, up to 32GB class 10 or above LCD display 2.4” LCD color TFT (262K pixels) Wide Angle Fixed Focus lens Lens F2.0, f=2.6mm Focus range...
  • Page 27 Item Description Speaker Interface Mini USB Built-in 470mAH Li-polymer rechargeable (This battery is Battery NOT replaceable) Operating 0° ~ 50° C Temperature Operating Humidity 20 ~ 70% RH Storage -20° ~ 80° C Temperature Dimensions 65 x 70 x 27.5 mm Weight Approx.