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GC-XA1
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Before use, be sure to read "Read This
Before Using the Camera" (p.2 -p.4)

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  • Page 1: Detailed User Guide

    ACTION CAMERA GC-XA1 Read this first Before use, be sure to read “Read This Before Using the Camera” (p.2 -p.4) Detailed User Guide...
  • Page 2: Read This Before Using The Camera

    Read This Before Using the Camera Safety Instructions • Before using the product in water, be sure to read p.3 and to use the product correctly. • Malfunction due to misuse by the customer is not covered by warranty. • Do not use this product in water deeper than 5 m (16.4 ft) or for longer than 30 minutes. • Do not drop, puncture or disassemble the camera. • Use the camera with care. Rough handling may damage the internal components. • Do not expose the camera to high temperature. • Please notice that the camera body may become warm when operating it for an extended period. • Test for proper operation before using the camera. • Only use accessories supplied by the manufacturer, such as adapter and battery. • In order to prevent the External Short Circuit of battery, please use the battery bag. • Remove the battery if the camera is not going to be used for long periods. • When temperature of the camera reaches to 67°C (152°F), an alarm icon will pop out ( ). Once it reaches to 70°C (158°F), the camera will turn off automatically for safety concern. Product Information • Designs and specifications of the camera are subject to change without notice. This includes primary product specifications, software, and this user’s manual. • This User’s Manual is a general reference guide for the camera. • The illustrations in this manual may not be the same as the actual design of your camera and those you see on the LCD screen.
  • Page 3 Make sure that the cover rim seal, the SD slot, and the jacks are intact and free of hair, lint, sand, dust, and other foreign matter. If there is any damage, contact your distributor or JVC Service representative. securely close the cover. Press the cover until it closes with an audible snap.
  • Page 4 IMPORTANT: Water, dust, and shock resistance After Using After underwater use or exposure to dusty conditions, promptly rinse the camera with fresh water and thoroughly dry. 1. Hold down the power button for a second to turn off the camera. Make sure that the cover is securely closed. 2. Rinse with fresh water. Immerse the camera in a container with enough fresh water to cover completely it. Operate the buttons to force out any material caught in the gaps around them. Do not clean with soap, detergent, alcohol, or other chemicals. Do not rinse the camera under taps or other powerful water sources 3. Dry. Thoroughly wipe with a dry, soft cloth and dry in a well ventilated location out of direct sunlight. Face the microphone opening downward or take other measures to eliminate any water trapped inside. Allowing sand to dry on the camera risks scratching. Wash it off and wipe the camera dry. Thoroughly wipe off any foreign matter or water droplets inside the bottom cover. Notes • Do not dry with a hair dryer or other heat source. Degraded water resistance can result. • Do not leave the camera for extended periods in freezing temperatures or at temperatures of 40°C (104°F) or above: under direct sunlight, in a parked car in the hot sun, or near a heater, for example. Degraded water resistance can result. • After using the camera in or near the ocean, first soak it for ten minutes in abundant fresh water to dissolve the salt and then rinse it with more fresh water. • Do not leave the camera in salt water or with salt water droplets on it. Corrosion, discoloration, and degraded water resistance can result. • Detach the strap before rinsing the camera in fresh water. • Remove all water droplets before connecting cables or charging the camera. • We shall bear no responsibility for data lost due to water immersion. • We recommend replacing the seal annually to maintain water resistance. Contact your JVC Service representative. (Charges apply.) • Always keep the battery cover closed before use. • Attach with proper tripod and install with the product with good care in case of slipping off. • Do not contact with any metal material to the metal parts of the product when operate in case of breakdown.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Read This Before Using the Camera ........... 2 Section 1 Getting to Know Your Camera ........... 6 Section 2 Getting Started ..............9 Section 3 Enjoying the Record Mode ..........12 Section 4 Enjoying the Playback Mode ........... 18 Section 5 Setting Your Camera ............
  • Page 6: Getting To Know Your Camera

    Section 1 Getting to Know Your Camera Overview ‹ This camera with a 5 Mega Pixel sensor can take H.264 format videos. The H.264 technology allows for extended video recording with less memory. High quality images 5 mega-pixels can also be delivered smoothly. With a color LCD monitor, you can view and examine the video and photo easily. ‹ The camera also features video recording at an HD resolution of 1920x1080. You can also connect it to an HDTV via an HDMI cable, and easily playback the recorded high-definition videos on the wide screen HDTV. ‹ Moreover, the camera is equipped with WiFi module and the exclusive application. You can broadcast live streaming of the camera on Ustream website via WiFi. Your family and friends can watch the live video streaming of the camera on their smart phones, tablets, or computers. ‹ The camera can also connect with your computer via WiFi. It can be a wireless webcam for your on-line video chatting. Through WiFi connecting, you can transfer the videos and photos on your computer, and monitor live video from your camera. ‹ White balance can either be adjusted automatically or changed manually. A 5x digital zoom helps you to control over the video and photo you take. The varied effect options, such as Time Lapse, make recording more fun.
  • Page 7: Front View

    Front View [Record]/[SET]/[Play]/[Pause]Button [Tele]/[Next] Button Power Button Speaker [Wide]/[Previous]Button Microphone Power/Charge Light LCD Monitor Lens Bottom View Tripod Socket Strap Hook Protect from dropping with a strap or similar measures...
  • Page 8 Side/Rear View [MENU]/[Delete] Button [Playback]/[Exit] Button Battery Slot (inside) HDMI Mini Connector (inside) Port/Slot Cover Latch SD Slot (inside) Mini USB 2.0 Port (Inside) Tripod Mounting Socket...
  • Page 9: Getting Started

    Section 2 Getting Started Loading the Battery Before using the camera, you must load the supplied Lithium-ion rechargeable battery. 1. To open cover, follow and push 2 directions as shown. 2. Press the button down and then push the cover outward. 3. Insert the battery according to the correct polarity marks ( + or -). 4. Close the battery cover firmly. Note • Different battery types and surrounding temperatures may affect the battery performance. • Never expose the battery to a heating equipment (e.g., microwave oven) and attempt to dispose of a battery by burning or by throwing it into a fire. Heat can cause the battery to explode and/ or release caustic liquid, both which may possibly cause serious injury. • Turn the power off and stop using the battery if you observe the condition of excessive heat on the battery.
  • Page 10: Charge Your Battery

    A blinking light will indicate active charging. In adapter charging mode, the full charging time for a depleted battery is about 3.5 hours and the light will turn off automatically after the charging is completed. In PC USB charging mode, a longer charging time is required.(about 5.5 hours) Note • Never charge the battery by a method other than as instructed. Doing so may cause a fire or explosion possibly resulting in serious injury. • Use JVC authenticated adapter (AC-V17LU) only with the indicated power supply voltage. • Use with any other power supply voltage might cause electric shock. • Be sure that the power outlet you plug the adapter into is easily accessible. When you need to disconnect power from the camera, be sure to unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet. • It is not feasible to take a video while adapter is applied, though Endless REC/Time Lapse would still work. Inserting and Removing a SD Card (Optional) 1. Remove the battery cover and the battery.
  • Page 11: Turning The Camera Off

    Turning the Video Camera On • To turn on the camera: • Press the [Power Button] for two second to turn it on. Configuring the Initial Date and Time Setup • The time setting screen appears to allow you to setup date and time: Operation Display Screen 1. Adjust the numeric value by pressing 2. Press the [SET button]( ) to go to the next setting. Getting Started • To record video: Press the MENU button then press the [ SET button ] ( ). Select ( on-screen icon) on the screen to switch to the Video mode ( ). Press the [ Record button ] to record video. To stop recording, press it again. • To take a photo: Press the MENU button then press the [ SET button ] ( ). Select ( on-...
  • Page 12: Enjoying The Record Mode

    Section 3 Enjoying the Record Mode Button Function To power on or off: • Hold it for two seconds. • After idling for 5 minutes, the camera will turn off automatically. To record: • In Video Mode, press to take video. • In Photo Mode, press to take photo. To zoom in or out: • +: Zoom In. • -: Zoom out. To access menu • Press to open the option menu. • Use / to change between the options. (e.g. VIDEO/PHOTO MODE, WIFI, RESOLUTION, WHITE BALANCE). To review videos/photos • Press to go to the playback mode. • You can view or delete the recorded files.
  • Page 13: Video Recording

    Video Recording • Select (on-screen icon) on the screen to switch to the Video mode ( ). • Press the [Record Button ] to start recording. When a video is being recorded, a time indicator will display on the LCD monitor ( ). To stop recording, press it again. • Press to view the recorded video. • Four resolution settings are available: Video Quality Full HD (1080p 30fps) HD (960p 30fps) HD (720p 60fps) HD (720p 30 fps) WVGA (848x480) Photo Capturing • Select (on-screen icon) on the screen to switch to the Photo mode ( ). • Press the [ Record Button ] to take photo.
  • Page 14: Options For Record Menu

    Options for Record Menu Menu Flow 1. Press on the screen to open the Menu. 2. Use / to change the pages. 3. Press the SET button to select. Video Photo Setting • Video Resolution • Self-Timer • VIDEO/PHOTO • White Balance • Picture Inversion • Wi-Fi Menu • Time Lapse • White Balance • Volume • Endless REC • TV System • DIS • Language • Picture Inversion...
  • Page 15: Video Resolution

    Video Resolution Four resolution settings are available. • Full HD (1080p 30) :Record videos at 1920x1080p 30 fps resolution. • HD (960p 30):Record videos at 1280x960p 30 fps resolution. • HD (720p 60):Record videos at 1280x720p 60 fps resolution. • HD (720p 30):Record videos at 1280x720p 30 fps resolution. • WVGA (848X480): Record videos at 848x480p 30 fps resolution. Operation Display Screen 1. In the menu page, select the [ Video Resolution ] icon on the screen. 2. Press [ Previous ] or [ Next ] button to choose the desired option. Press the [ SET button ] to validate the setting.
  • Page 16: Time Lapse

    DIS(Digital Image Stabilization) Record with an effect of reducing camera shake to result in more stable video. Operation Display Screen 1. In the menu page, choose the [ DIS ] icon on the screen. 2. Press [ Previous ] or [ Next ] button to choose the desired option. Press the [ SET button ] to validate the setting. Press the [ Playback button ] to return. Without Stabilization Stabilization ON Time Lapse Record still images at specific intervals you can set and play them as one video file. This effect is good for recording cloudscapes, seed germinating and flowers opening. • Off: Disable Time Lapse. • 1 Second.: Record one frame per second. • 5 Seconds: Record one frame every 5 seconds. Operation Display Screen 1. In the menu page, choose the [ Time Lapse ] icon on the...
  • Page 17 Self-Timer The self-timer allows you to take photos with a ten-second time delay. The LED light on the front of the camera will also blink. The speed of blinking will increase just before the photo is taken. Operation Display Screen 1. In the menu page, choose the [ Self-Timer ] icon on the screen. 2. Press [ Previous ] or [ Next ] button to choose the desired option. Press the [ SET button ] to validate the setting. Press the [ Playback button ] to return. Endless REC The Endless REC allows you to record video with a fifteen-minute time interval without stopping. Operation Display Screen 1. In tthe menu page, choose the [ Endless REC ] icon on the screen. 2. Press [ Previous ] or [ Next ] button to choose the desired option.
  • Page 18: Enjoying The Playback Mode

    Section 4 Enjoying the Playback Mode Button Function The Buttons have the following functions in Playback Mode. To power on or off: • Press down for two seconds to turn on or turn off the camera. To choose and enable the file: • Press down to choose and enable the file you want to review. To turn next or previous: • >: Next. • <: Previous. To delete files: • Press to delete the files. To exit the playback mode • Press to exit the playback mode.
  • Page 19: Video Playback

    Video Playback Operation Display Screen 1. In the Video Playback mode, press [ SET ] button to play or pause the video. 2. Press [ Previous ] button to go to the previous video; press [ Next ] button to go to the next video. While playing video, press [ Previous ] or [ Next ] button to enable fast rewind or forward function. 4. Press [ Playback ] button to exit. Note • The number at the top left corner is recording time; top right is the number of images. Delete Videos Operation Display Screen 1. Press [ MENU ] button to go to the Delete option screen. 2. Press [ Yes ] to delete the current video or [ No ] to cancel the operation and to exit.
  • Page 20: Photo Playback

    Photo Playback Operation Display Screen 1. In the Photo Playback mode, press [ Previous ] button to go to the previous photo; press [ Next ] button to go to the next photo. 2. Press [ Playback ] button to exit. Delete Photo Operation Display Screen 1. Press delete button to go to the Delete option screen. 2. Select [ Yes ] to delete the current video or [ No ] to cancel the operation and to exit. Note • If a memory card has been inserted, you can only delete those photos stored on the card.
  • Page 21: Setting Your Camera

    Section 5 Setting Your Camera Setting Menu Operation Display Screen 1. Press [ MENU ] button to open the menu. The menu will show on the screen. 2. Press the [ Previous ] or [ Next ] button to change the page. 3. The page contains options for configuring your camera setup including VIDEO/PHOTO, Wi-Fi, Language, Time Setting, Volume, TV System, Format, Default Setting, and Update. 4. Press [ Playback ] button to exit. VIDEO/PHOTO Operation Display Screen 1. In the Setting menu, select the [ VIDEO/PHOTO ] icon...
  • Page 22 Wi-Fi Menu Operation Display Screen 1. In the Setting menu, press the [ Wi-Fi Menu ] icon on the screen. 2. Choose the way to connect to the network. 3. Before using the WiFi connection, please go to the WiVideo to set WiFi ID & Password via PC. Volume Enable or disable the keypad tone and the operation sound. Operation Display Screen 1. In the Setting menu, press the [ Volume ] icon on the screen. Press to select [ Mute ] or other sound level. 3. Press [ Playback ] button to return. TV System Ensure that the appropriate TV standard of your area is selected – either NTSC or PAL. Wrong TV system setting may cause image flickers.
  • Page 23: Time Setting

    Language Use this option to select the language of the user interface. Operation Display Screen 1. In the Setting menu, press the [ Language ] icon on the screen. 2. Press to select the desired option. 3. Press the [ SET ] icon to validate the setting. 4. Press [ Playback ] button to return. Time Setting Operation Display Screen 1. In the Setting menu, press the [ Time Setting ] icon on the screen to enter the time setting screen. 2. Press [ SET ] to set Year, Month, Day, Hour, and Minute. Adjust the numeric value by pressing previous / next button to validate the setting. 4. Press [ Playback ] button to return. Format • Yes: Format the Memory Card (When a memory card is installed).
  • Page 24: Default Setting

    Default Setting To restore the default factory setting, select this option. Operation Display Screen 1. In the Setting menu, press the [ Default Setting ] icon on the screen. 2. Press to select [ Yes ] or [ No ] to confirm. 3. Press [ Playback ] button to return. Note • The WiFi setting, such as profile of access points and Ustream account information will be erased. The following table indicates the camera’s default settings Setting Default Factory Setting Resolution...
  • Page 25: Wifi To Pc-wivideo Program

    Section 6 WiFi to PC-WiVideo Program Advanced Operation on Your Computer - WiVideo The camera can connect to your computer via WiFi or USB. Once you launch the [WiVideo] application ® (for Windows based systems only) on your computer, it will search for your camera and connect to it. Then, you can operate more functions on your computer. There are several functions as below: • Transfer the files from the camera. ( WiFi/USB connection) • Watch live streaming video from the camera on your computer. ( WiFi connection) • Use the camera as a wireless webcam for online video chatting. ( WiFi connection) Install [ WiVideo ] on your computer To connect to the camera and launch [ WiVideo ] application via WiFi correctly, you have to install this program firstly. It is a perfect platform for you to watch live streaming video from your camera and use the camera as a webcam for your online video chatting. Follow the steps below to install the [ WiVideo ] on the computer. 1. Connect the camera to your computer by using the supplied USB cable. 2. After making a USB connection, the program installs automatically, or the AutoPlay window appears. (It may be different based on OS recognition.) If the AutoPlay window does not appear.
  • Page 26 Note • WiVideo program will install the H.264 Codec (ffdshow-a free software under GPL license) for viewing the videos correctly. • To install correctly, you have to log out /quit from the Instant Message (IM) application before the installation. ® • WiVideo is for Windows based systems only. 6. When the installation is completed, you can unplug the USB cable. Using WiVideo via WiFi Connection Operation Screen On your camera: In the Menu page, go to [ WiFi to PC ] and press [ SET ] Button. (The default password is 0000.)
  • Page 27: Function Description

    On your computer: 1. Double click [ WiVideo ] shortcut on the desktop. (make sure the [ WiVideo ] application is installed in your computer.) 2. Click [ Detect WiFi Camera ] button to search for your camera. *One task window may pop out to ask you to select your camera when there are two or more WiFi cameras in the same wireless network range. 3. Select the WiFi ID and input the Password shown on your camera for the WiVideo task window. Then, click [ OK ].
  • Page 28 Using WiVideo via USB Connection 1. Connect the camera to your computer by using the supplied USB cable. 2. After making a USB connection, the main screen will appear. Or please click [ WiVideo ] shortcut on the desktop to execute the application. Or you can find it at [ Start ]-->[ All Program ]. The WiVideo application serves 3 functions via USB: Function Description TRANSFER You can access the videos and photos in your camera and upload the files to a social websites. Upload 1. Select the videos/photos on the thumbnail screen. 2. Click on [ Upload ]. 3. The website options appears. 4. Select the website and check the Username/Email and password of the specific social website in the fields. 5. Click on [ SET ] to upload. SETUP Account Setup Set up your social website account information and save them to your camera. WiFi Setup Configure and synchronize your WiFi profile to your camera.
  • Page 29: Wifi To Mobile-wivideo Program

    Section 7 WiFi to Mobile-WiVideo Program Advanced Operation on Your Mobile - WiVideo Use your mobile as a remote control to take photo/videos from camera wirelessly. It makes the camera become a handy accessory to go with your mobile, which allows you to record any scene, any time and any where. There are several functions as below: • Use your mobile as a remote control to take photos/videos from your camera wirelessly • Tele/ Wide the zoom lens via your mobile. Install [ WiVideo ] on Your Mobile To connect to the camera, you have to install [ WiVideo ] application program firstly. There are two systems to install WiVideo APP onto your mobile. It depends on which system your mobile is applied with. For Android system, please download this APP from Google Play. For iOS system, please refer to Apple APP Store for installation. (p. 31-36) Follow the steps below to install [ WiVideo ] on your mobile. 1. Download WiVideo APP from Google Play (OS: Android2.2 or higher) or Apple APP Store (OS: iOS4 or higher) onto your mobile. 2. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. 3. The shortcut of WiVideo ( ) shows on the screen.
  • Page 30 WiFi Modes to Mobile System Mode Page Connect via AP Android Connect via Mobile Hotspot Connect via AP Connect via Mobile Hotspot iPhone/iPad Connect Directly to Camera Note • Before proceed any connection between Mobile and Camera, please connect to PC via USB cable and set up Wi-Fi profile with WiVideo (Enter SSID and Password). • WiVideo is for Windows® based systems only.
  • Page 31 WiFi to Mobile (Android: AP Mode) Mobile: Install WiVideo • WiVideo is a software to connect wireless between camera and mobile/tablet. • Download WiVideo APP from Google Play onto mobile/tablet. Mobile: Connect to Access Point • Go to [ Settings ] → [ Wireless & network ] → [ Wi-Fi settings ] → [ Wi-Fi ] (Enable WiFi and connect to AP) [MENU] Button [SET] Button...
  • Page 32 WiFi to Mobile (Android: Mobile Hotspot Mode) Mobile: Install WiVideo • WiVideo is a software to connect wireless between camera and mobile/tablet. • Download WiVideo APP from Google Play onto mobile/tablet. Mobile: Enable Mobile Hotspot/AP • Go to [ Settings ] → [Wireless & network] → Enable mobile hotspot/AP Note • Operation may vary, please refer to each individual model.
  • Page 33 WiFi to Mobile (iPhone/iPad: AP Mode) Mobile: Install WiVideo • WiVideo is a software to connect wireless between camera and mobile/tablet. • Download WiVideo APP from App Store onto iPhone/ iPad. Mobile: Connect to Access Point • Go to [ Settings ] → [ WiFi ] → Enable WiFi and connect to AP [MENU] Button [SET] Button Camera: Connect to Same AP •...
  • Page 34 WiFi to Mobile (iPhone/iPad: Mobile Hotspot Mode) Mobile: Install WiVideo • WiVideo is a software to connect wireless between camera and mobile/tablet. • Download WiVideo APP from App Store onto iPhone/iPad. Mobile: Enable Personal Hotspot • Go to [ Settings ] → [ WiFi ] → Enable [ Personal Hotspot ] Note • Be aware of using Hotspot service may not be provided in some countries.
  • Page 35 WiFi to Mobile (iPhone/iPad: Direct Mode) Mobile: Install WiVideo • WiVideo is a software to connect wireless between camera and mobile/tablet. • Download WiVideo APP from App Store onto your iPhone/ iPad. Camera: Enable Direct Mode [MENU] Button [SET] Button • Press [ MENU ] → select [ WiFi ] → choose [ WiFi to Mobile ] →select [Direct Mode]→camera ID shown on the screen...
  • Page 36 Using WiVideo via WiFi Connection Operation Screen Connect Camera to Your Mobile: 1. Press the [ MENU ] Button on camera. 2. Select [ ]to turn on the function of WiFi. 3.Choose [ ]and then press [ SET ] button to scan available Access Point. 4. Select the hotspot of your mobile and follow steps from one of the systems. Remote Control Your Camera (from Mobile): 1. Press [ WiVideo ] APP icon on your mobile. 2. Detect the available cameras automatically from your mobile. 3. Enter the password (The default is 0000 and it can be edited via [ SETUP ] from WiVideo APP.) 4. Enjoy playing your camera via your mobile.
  • Page 37: Wifi To Cloud-ustream

    Section 8 WiFi to Cloud-Ustream Sign up and Store Ustream Account to Camera Ustream enables you to free broadcast the live video of your camera. People can watch your broadcasting on their iPhone, iPad, iPod press, Android phones/tablets, or PC on Ustream website/ APP anytime, anywhere. Operation Screen (1) Create an account (skip this if a Ustream account is ready) 1. Go to WiVideo and create a new account for Ustream. 2. Click [ Create A New Account ] and then fill up the information requested step by step. 3. Then click [ Sign Up ]. Note • Remember to plug the USB cable between PC and your camera for connection.
  • Page 38: Broadcast Live Streaming On Ustream

    Prepare to broadcast on Ustream Ensure you have a working AP (Access Point) device to get ready to start broadcasting. Broadcast live streaming on Ustream Start Video Streaming of Camera 1. Select Ustream on [ Wi-Fi Menu ] page. 2. Choose AP for connection. 3. Live video start Note • When execute [Default Setting], the account information of the websites will be erased. Watch Live Video from Mobile 1. Install Ustream App from Google Play or Apple Store. 2. Click Ustream App 3. Search your account. 4. The mobile connects to Ustream server and view video streaming from camera. Watch Live Video from PC 1. The video streaming will be broadcasted on the Ustream www.ustream.tv website. 2. People who has your account, they can visit Ustream website and watch the live video streaming from camera through computers.
  • Page 39 Note • The possible reasons for “Connecting Failed” could be (1) wrong password ; (2) you are not in the wireless network area of the AP. (3) the camera does not support the type of encryption used on the AP. This model only supports WEP/WPA/WPA2 personal type of encryption, but not up to enterprise level (4) your network requires PPPoE account/password information. • This camera only supports the AP(SSID) named in English/number/symbols (ASCII characters). • You can only enter text in English, regardless of the OSD language. • Some AP routers do not allow you to connect to the network (e.g. firewall). • The camera cannot connect to the network while it is connected to HDTV via the cable, or vice versa. • It may take time to scan and connect to the AP/network or to upload. The stream speed is affected by the Internet connection speed or other factors. • Please be sure the battery is fully charged before connecting to the network. • Ustream may not be allowed to access in certain regions or networks.
  • Page 40: Viewing Photos And Videos On Tv

    Section 9 Viewing Photos and Videos on TV Connecting to a High-Definition 16:9(Wide) TV 1. Connect the HDMI cable to your camera’s HDMI out port. 2. Connect the other end of the cable to a television. 3. Set the video input source of your TV to “ HDMI.” 4. The steps for viewing stored videos and photos on HDTV are exactly the same as for viewing them on the LCD monitor. Note • Some icons on the LCD screen do not display when the camera is connected to an HDTV. • Some functions may not be accessible while the camera is connected to HDTV. • Video/photo taking is not applied while HDMI cable is on. • WiFi function would not be applied while HDMI cable is used with TV.
  • Page 41: Section 10 Viewing Video & Photo On Pc

    Section 10 Viewing Video & Photo on PC Transferring Photos or Videos to a Computer You can transfer photos or videos stored on your camera to a computer and send them in e-mails to friends or post them on the web sites. To do this you should: 1. Connect the computer and camera with the supplied mini USB 2.0 cable. 2. To access photos and videos on your memory card: Videos and photos can be found on your computer at My Computer\ SD\DCIM\100MEDIA (path will vary depending on the name of the memory card). 3. Under this folder, you can view, delete, move, or copy any video/photo you want.
  • Page 42: Section 11 Specifications And System Requirements

    Section 11 Specifications and System Requirements Specification Image sensor 5 Mega pixel CMOS sensor Operation modes Video record, Photo record, Live streaming via WiFi, Wireless webcam Lens Fixed Focus (F 2.8) Focus range 60 cm ~ infinity Zoom 1X~5X (5X Digital zoom) Shutter Electronic LCD monitor 1.5” LCD Storage media SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot support (up to 64GB) Image resolution 5MP: 2592x1944 (5M pixels) Video resolution Full HD (1080p 30): 1920X1080(30fps) HD (960p 30): 1280X960(30fps) HD (720p 60): 1280X720(60fps) HD (720p 30): 1280X720(30fps) WVGA (848X480): 848X480(30fps) White balance Auto, Daylight, Fluorescent, Tungsten, Marine Blue, Marine Green Self-timer 10 seconds delay File format Photo: JPG Video: MP4 (H.264) Image play Single image/Slideshow PC interface Mini USB 2.0 port TV out HDMI Mini WiFi Compatible with WiFi 802.11 b/g...
  • Page 43 Shock resistance This camera clears company testing compliant with MIL-STD-810F Method 516.5 Shock: dropping onto plywood 3 cm (1-3/16”) thick from a height of 2 m (6.5ft). Recordable Time/Number of Images Approximate Video Recording Time SDHC/SDXC Card Quality 16GB 32GB 48GB 64GB 1h10m 2h20m 4h50m 7h10m 9h30m Full HD (1080p30) HD (960p30) 2h00m 4h00m 8h00m 16h00m 1h20m 2h40m 5h20m 8h10m 10h50m HD (720p60) HD (720p30) 1h20m 2h40m 5h20m 10h30m 15h50m 21h00m...
  • Page 44: Section 12 Troubleshooting

    Section 12 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting If the camera fails to function as expected, check the list of the common problems below. Problem/Situation Remediation/Solution Cannot turn on the camera. The • Battery pack is weak or depleted. Recharge the battery pack. power turns off suddenly. Camera cannot be turned on • Please make sure that you use the supplied power adapter after plugging power adapter. and connect it to the power outlet correctly. WiFi icon does not appear after • Battery pack is low. Recharge the battery pack. pressing WiFi button. The files on the memory card do • “!” means the SD card is low speed or contains corrupted files.
  • Page 45 The LCD shows [Connecting • The password configuration does not match to the AP you Failed] after pressing WiFi want to connect. Button. • The AP router or the computer is not turned on. Turn the AP router or your computer on. • The camera is not in the wireless network service area or weak network signal. Please make sure the AP router is able to access the Internet. • The camera does not support the type of encryption used on the AP. This model only supports WEP/WPA/WPA2 personal type of encryption, but not up to enterprise level.
  • Page 46: Section 13 Wi-fi Warning

    Section 13 Wi-Fi Warning FCC: Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement This 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 turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

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