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To download your photos/videos to a PC or Mac*, first make sure the
NatureView Cam power switch is in the OFF position. Connect the
supplied cable to the camera’s USB port, then directly to a main USB port
on your computer-do not use front panel/keyboard USB ports or unpowered
The NatureView Cam will be recognized as a standard “USB Mass
Storage” device (this may take several seconds the first time you connect it).
If you would rather leave your camera in the woods and just pull its SD card
out, an SD card reader works the same way as described in this section once
the card is inserted and the reader is connected to your computer.
With Windows XP or later, you can then simply use the options in the pop-up
window to copy, view, or print your photos (right).
On all Windows OS, the NatureView Cam will also
be listed as a “Removable Disk” if you open the “My
Computer” window (on Macs, an icon will appear on
your desktop). The NatureView Cam’s photo files
are named “EK0001.JPG” etc, and are located in the
“DCIM\100EK113” folder on this “Removable Disk”.
Video file names will end with “.AVI”. You may copy the
photos/videos to your hard drive as you would any file-
just copy/paste or drag the file names or icons to your drive or desktop.
After the photos are copied to your hard drive, you can disconnect the
NatureView Cam. (On Mac computers, drag the “disk” that appeared on
your desktop when the camera was connected into your Trash to “eject” it
before disconnecting.) The .JPG format photo files from the NatureView
Cam may be viewed and edited with any photo software you choose to use.
The .AVI video files may be viewed with the Windows Media Player on PCs
with Windows 7. If your computer is running an older version of Windows, or
you are on a Mac, and you don’t already have a compatible video player, you
can download a free version of the DivX player from http://www.divx.com/.