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to “On” in the Setup Menu, you should hear audio from the speaker
during playback.
• Push MENU to delete an image. Image delete mode works as
described below. To exit image review mode, press the OK key.
Reviewing Images on an External Video Monitor
A TV monitor can also be used to play back pictures (or
videos) from the device. Connect a TV monitor or a viewing
device (such as a digital picture frame) that has a standard
composite video input (RCA jack) to the Trophy Cam ‘s
“A/V Out” mini jack using the supplied cable. Then:
• Put the power switch in SETUP mode (switch to
OFF first).
• Press the OK key. The most recently captured image
will be shown on the video monitor. For video clips,
press the SHOT (RIGHT) key to start playing, press
again to stop.
• Press the UP key for the previous photo or video and the DOWN key
for the next one. When viewing images, the total number of all images
in the SD card and the index of the displaying image are shown in the
center of LCD and at the bottom of the video monitor respectively.
• Press the OK key to return to live preview state (SETUP mode) when
playback is finished.
Reviewing Images by Connecting the Camera to a Computer
You can always unmount the entire camera from the tree and connect its
USB port to a computer-it will be recognized as a “removable disk”, without
the need to install any drivers or software. When using a PC (or Mac*) to view
photos (or video clips*), first connect the device to the computer with the
supplied USB cable. Then use commercial software with an image browser
feature, or an image browser included with the PC’s operating system to
view images saved on the SD card in the folder \DCIM\100EK113. Each
new image or video will be numbered incrementally in order of the time it was
captured. For example, you will see file names such as “EK0001.JPG” or
“EK0001.AVI”, etc. Through the file format suffix you can distinguish whether
the file is a still photo (with suffix .JPG) or a video (with suffix .AVI).
*video files may require additional software for viewing on a Mac.
Cable from
“A/V Out”