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Before you begin learning how to use your Trophy Cam, you will first need
to install a set of batteries and insert an SD card. Although that may only take
you a minute, there are some important notes about both batteries and SD
cards you should be aware of, so please take the time to read the following
directions and cautions:
Loading Batteries
After opening the two latches on the right side of the
Trophy Cam, you will see that the Trophy Cam has
eight or twelve battery slots, depending on your model.
For maximum battery life, you should install a full set
of batteries. The Trophy Cam may also be operated
by just four batteries installed in the first slots only
(starting on the top or left-see photos). Battery life will
be shorter with 4 batteries, but the camera will operate
normally. Whether you use 4 or a full set, be sure
to insert each battery with correct polarity (negative
or “flat” end against the long spring of each battery
Bushnell recommends using a full set of new lithium
AA (Energizer
brand) or alkaline AA batteries. NiMh
Rechargeable batteries are not recommended, as the
lower voltage they produce can cause operational
issues. It is also possible to use a lead-acid external
battery cell with 6V output or suitable AC adapter-see
below for more details.
Using an External Power Source (optional, user provided)
Optionally, you can connect an external 6V DC power source to the “DC In”
jack at the bottom of the Trophy Cam. It is recommended to use a power
source with a current output greater than 1550mA. However, during bright
daytime operation when no flash is required, the Trophy Cam can function
with much less current ( >400mA). Please use a compatible power source
cable (not provided) to connect the external DC power source with the power
input jack of the Trophy Cam, making sure that the polarity is correct. Note:
The power connector is a 4.0x1.7mm coaxial DC power plug with positive
“tip” (inside pin) polarity (Radio Shack P/N 274-1532 or equivalent).