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Bushnell ImageView 118330 Instruction Manual

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3.0 Megapixel
Instruction Manual
Model: 118331/118330
Lit.#: 98-1276/09-08


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    3.0 Megapixel Instruction Manual Model: 118331/118330 Lit.#: 98-1276/09-08...

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    Congratulations on your purchase of the Bushnell ImageView ® binocular! The Bushnell ImageView binocular takes the technology of digital photography and combines it with a high-quality compact binocular. This allows you to observe sporting events, wildlife, scenic vistas or anything you would normally use a binocular for, and also save what you see by snapping a photo with the built-in digital camera.

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    QUICK GUIDE: BUSHNELL IMAGEVIEW 118331 INSTALL BATTERIES insert 2 AAA batteries (alkaline, lithium, or rechargeable NiMh) as indicated inside the battery compartment on the bottom of the imageView. ADJUST THE BINOCULAR FOR COMFORTABLE VIEWING Adjust the center focus knob while viewing a distant object through the binocular, until it appears sharp.

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    QUICK GUIDE: BUSHNELL IMAGEVIEW 118331 CHECK CAMERA SETTINGS Make sure the camera is set for high resolution and quality (refer to pg.8, “Setup Menu”) if you want the best results, especially if you will be printing the photos. See “Changing Operational Modes”...

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    BASIC OPERATION TURNING THE CAMERA ON AND OFF insert 2 AAA alkaline batteries as indicated on the inside of the battery compartment, located on the bottom of the camera unit. turn the camera on by pressing and holding the MODE button until the display comes on and the camera beeps.

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    LCD DispLay High Quality Mode (less file compression) Deletes all the pictures in the memory. Low Quality Mode (more file compression) Deletes the last picture taken. Select the timer to take a delayed picture. This gives you approximately a 10-second delay. SD mark appears when an SD card is inserted.

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    CHANGING OPERATIONAL MODES Pressing the MODE button briefly will cycle through several special camera modes and settings. A corresponding icon or symbol (indicated in parentheses below) will be displayed on the LCD for each mode or setting as you cycle through them by tapping the MODE button. When the icon for a mode or setting is displayed, pressing SNAP will select that mode or change that setting.

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    CHANGING OPERATIONAL MODES continued return to normal operation in a few seconds (all your photos will not be deleted). When the process is complete, the photo number display will reset to zero. If no button is pressed for 5 seconds, the camera returns to stand-by.

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    Power Frequency (60 or 50 Hz): This sets the correct electrical line frequency to avoid any visible “flickering” in the images, especially when shooting video clips where fluorescent lighting is present. The “60” setting should be used for operation in the United States. If you are using the camera in a country with 50 Hz (cycle) AC power frequency, press SNAP to select “50”...

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    photo storage Capacity Reference Image Size # of Star Megapixels Icons (approx) 2034x1728 4.0 (Interpolated) High 2048x1536 3.1* 1600x1200 640x480 0.3 (“VGA”) * Default settings: 3.1 megapixel resolution (3 stars), High quality (Hq) aDDiTiONaL spECifiCaTiONs Video Clip Resolution: 320x240 pixels per frame @10 fps rate, avi file format Maximum Video Recording Time: determined by available internal or card memory.

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    DOWNLOaDiNG THE pHOTOs/ViDEOs TO yOUR COMpUTER-step by step: 1. Connect the supplied cable to the ImageView’s USB port, then directly to a main USB port on your computer-do not use front panel/keyboard USB ports or unpowered “hubs”. The camera will be recognized as a USB mass storage device (with USB Mode set to “STO”...

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    DOWNLOaDiNG THE pHOTOs/ViDEOs TO yOUR COMpUTER-step by step: (NEVER disconnect the camera while files are still being transferred to your computer.) Before disconnecting, you may need to “eject” or stop the removable disc representing the camera to avoid an error message on computers running Windows 2000 or Mac OS.

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    How to Adjust For individual Eye Strength As individual eyesight varies from one person to another, Bushnell binoculars have a diopter setting feature which allows you to fine- tune the binocular to your vision. Follow the focusing instructions below for your binocular.

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    ROLL-DOwN EYECUPS INSTrUCTIONS FOr CArE OF BINOCUlArS Your Bushnell binocular will provide years of trouble-free service if it receives the normal care you would give any fine optical instrument. Non-waterproof models should not be exposed to excessive moisture. 1. if your binocular has roll-down, flexible eyecups, store it with the eyecups up. this avoids excessive stress and wear on the eyecups in the down position.

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    In the event of a defect under this warranty, we will, at our option, repair or replace the product, provided that you return the product postage prepaid. This warranty does not cover damages caused by misuse, improper handling, installation, or maintenance provided by someone other than a Bushnell Authorized Service Department.

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    INNOVATION THAT THRIVES OUTSIDE For further questions or additional information please contact: Bushnell Outdoor Products 9200 Cody, Overland Park, Kansas 66214 (800) 423-3537 • ©2008 Bushnell Outdoor Products...

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