Guide: Cable Camera
Guide: Battery Camera

Cable Camera

CONTINOUS RECORDING

1 From the camera home page, click the pencil in the upper right corner.

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2 Click "Storage Settings”

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3 If this is the first time you are using the SD card, press "Format" and then "Confirm". Wait until the camera has formatted the card (this may take up to a few minutes).

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4 Make sure "Local Recording" is turned on. When the white circle is to the right and the rest is blue, it is activated (see image below).

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5 Next, press "Recording Mode" and tick "Non-stop".

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6 Now the camera is recording continuously and will not overwrite the older recordings until the SD card is full.

MOTION RECORDING

1 First, follow the instructions for continuous recording from steps 1-4 above.

2 Next, press "Recording Mode" and tick "Event Recording".

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3 Back in the "Settings" menu, select "Detection Alarm Settings".

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4 Here we turn on the "Motion Detection Alarm".

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5 We can also change the sensitivity under "Alarm Sensitivity Level".

PLANNED RECORDING (CAN BE MADE BOTH FOR CONTINOUS RECORDING OR MOTION RECORDING)

1 After turning on either continuous recording or motion recording, continue here.

2 In "Storage Settings", press "Schedule"

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3 Then press "Add" to add a timer for recording.

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4 At the top, select a time you want to start recording.

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5 If you switch on "Notification", you will receive a push notification when the timer starts recording.

6 At the bottom, we choose what the timer should do. If "On" is selected, the timer will activate recording and if you select "Off", the timer will deactivate recording.

7 Under "Repeat", you can select whether you want to repeat the timer multiple days of the week.

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8 Now click "Save" at the top right to save the timer.

9 Next, you can do several more hours by pressing "Add Schedule" at the bottom

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10 Remember to make both a timer for activation of recording and for deactivation.

11 Timers can be activated or deactivated by pressing the small slider to the right of the timer.

Battery Camera

MOTION RECORDING

With a battery camera you are able to record as motion is detected which will activate the camera. When the SD-Card is full, it will start to overwrite the oldest recordings that are saved

1 From the camera's homepage click on the 3 dots in the top right corner.

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2 If its the first time you are using the SD-Card, Go to "Storage Settings" and click "Format" and then hit "Confirm". Wait until the camera has formatted the SD-Card. (This can take up to a few minutes).

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3 From the "Settings"-menu choose "PIR". This is the motion detection. If "Off" is chosen, then the camera won't record nor give notifications when motion has been detected. If "Low" is chosen, then the camera will record when motion has been detected and also send notifications. The motion detection is set to low sensitivity. If "High" is chosen then the camera will record when motion has been detected and send notifications aswell.It will have a high sensitivity for motion detection.

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4 From the ”Settings”-menu can you find ”Detection Alarm Settings”. You can activate or deactivate a human filter. If you activate ”Human Body Filtering” will the camera be less sensitive towards motion that has none-human form. This is very useful if you do not want recordings of animals running through the garden or other similar scenarios.

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