Bushnell 119907 User Manual

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Model 119835

 

 

 

Model 119907

 

Model 119937

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lit. #: 98-1110/02-08

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Congratulations on your purchase of the Bushnell® Digital Trail Scout™ Camera! This trail camera is designed to record the activity of wildlife game in the outdoors with its still image and movie modes and weatherproof, rugged construction. This instruction manual is designed to maximize your understanding of how the camera operates.

Bushnell Digital Trail Scout Features (All Models)

One of the most revolutionary advances in scouting technology to date, the Bushnell Digital trail Scout delivers. Boasting one of the most user friendly interfaces in the industry, this trail camera has a positive toggle switch system that instantly tells you what your camera settings are—withoutfumbling with a confusing software interface! Thebuilt-insecurity system has four levels of security. Every trail Scout comes complete with padlock, cable lock, ratcheting tree bracket for screw attachment, and software password that locks outwould-bethieves. The high resolution digital camera delivers crisp views of game in your area and stamps each image with the date, time, your name, and even the moon phase. Along with regular image mode, there is a movie mode for 15 second video clips with audio. The camera will function during day and night, sensing game out to 45 feet. The oversized xenon (standard) flash will reach out to 45 feet. Image delay settings include 30 seconds, 1 minute and 2 minutes. The innovative backlit LCD makes set up a breeze in the field. The trail Scout is weatherproof and rugged. Resolution is user selectable from 3 options so you can prioritize quality vs storage space to best suit your needs. An input for a solar panel accessory (optional) is provided for use with rechargeable batteries to extend the time your camera can remain unattended in the field.

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DIGITAL TRAIL SCOUT MODELS

119835—TrailScout 5.0MP

Great images and scouting technology at a great value. This camera will sense deer and other game as far out as 45 feet with its passive infrared sensor. Low-batteryindicator lights when battery life drops below 25%. Motion LED lights when activity is detected by the sensor in regular imaging mode and during setup mode for aiming. Weatherproof. Video Movie mode with audio. Selectable Lo/Med/Hi Resolution (2MP/3MP/ 5MP*). Date/time/Moon Phase stamp feature. Comes complete with aircraft aluminum security cable, padlock, and ratcheting tree bracket. Power input jack for optional solar panel. Textured“bark-like”surface for maximum concealment.

*5MP Hi Res option via software interpolation, sensor resolution is 3MP

119937/119907 (RealTree AP® Camo)—TrailScout Pro 7.0MP with Night Vision & Game Call Module

With all the features of the 5.0 MP Trail Scout plus Night Vision and more, this is the top of the line digital trail camera. Still photos are captured with your choice of low, medium or high resolution (3MP/5MP/7MP*), and the video clips include audio collected by a built-inmicrophone. Choose your setting for regular camera flash orstealth-likeLED flash. LED flash enables you to discretely image game in the night without a visible flash. There is no need to worry about your flash giving away your position in popular, busy hunting areas. And no need to manually set an infrared filter switch for day or night mode to get greatresults-it’sdone for you automatically. A new feature lets you select from 8 different Game Calls to attract any of a wide variety of animals, with sounding intervals adjustable from 1 to 24 hours. This camera even includes a laser aiming feature for easy set up in the woods. Comes complete with aircraft aluminum security cable, padlock, and ratcheting tree bracket. Power input jack for optional solar panel. Textured“bark-like”surface for maximum concealment.

*7MP Hi Res option via software interpolation, sensor resolution is 5MP

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Digital Trail Scout Specifications

 

 

 

 

 

Image Sensor

1/2” CMOS sensor with 3.0 million (119835) or 5.0 million pixels (119907/119937).

 

 

 

“Hi” res setting captures images with 5MP (119835) or 7MP (119937/119907)

 

 

 

resolution via software processing

 

 

Lens

F/3.5, effective focal length 42mm. Sight range: 45 degrees

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flash

High power electronic Xenon Flash or Infrared 24-lampLED array. Range: 45 ft.

 

 

PIR Sensor

Low noise, high sensitivity passive infrared sensor. Range: 45 ft

 

 

Motion LED Indicator

Yes

 

 

Display

Backlit LCD, 2 rows x 8 characters. Auto-off:3 min.2-digitevent and image

 

 

 

display.

 

 

File Format

Still image JPG. Movie images AVI 320x 240 pixels per frame. DCF version 1.0 file

 

 

 

management.

 

 

Exposure

Auto

 

 

White Balance

Auto

 

 

Power Supply

4 x “D” cell batteries. Low battery indicator at 25% remaining power. Solar panel

 

 

 

(optional) input jack (for use with “D” size NiMh type rechargeable batteries only)

 

 

Battery Life

Approximately 30 days (w/standard alkaline batteries). Or ≥6 mo. using solar panel

 

 

 

with NiMh rechargeable batteries.

 

 

 

(actual battery life will vary with temperature, camera activity and flash usage)

 

 

User Password

Yes, available range: 0000 to 9999

 

 

Other (119937/119907

Laser pointer, IR LED array for night vision infrared imaging

 

 

only)

 

 

 

 

 

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PIR

Motion

LED

Low

Battery

LED

119835

Flash

Camera

Lens

Keylock

SD Card

Slot

Infrared

119937/119907

LED Array

Standard Flash

Camera

 

 

 

Lens

 

 

 

PIR

 

 

Laser

 

 

Pointer

 

 

 

Motion

 

 

Keylock

LED

 

 

SD Card

Low

 

 

 

 

Slot

Battery

 

 

 

 

 

LED

 

 

Game Call

 

 

 

Volume

Parts

Guide

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Switch and Setup Description

 

 

Switch Position/Setting

119835 Control Panel

Switch #/Function

UP

CENTER

DOWN

K1

(Operating

On

Setup

Off

 

 

Mode)

 

 

 

Up/Down/Enter

K2

(Image Mode)

Still

-

Movie

K3

(Resolution)*

Hi (5MP)

Med (3MP)

Lo (2MP)

 

 

K4

(Camera Delay)

2 minutes

1 minute

30 seconds

K1

K2

K3

K4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Switch Position/Setting

119937/119907 Control Panel

Switch #/Function

UP

CENTER

DOWN

K1

(Operating

On

Setup

Off

 

 

 

 

Mode)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

K2

(Image Mode)

Still

-

Movie

Up/Down/Enter

 

 

K3

(Flash Mode)

LED

-

Standard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Std)

 

 

 

 

K4

(Resolution)*

Hi (7MP)

Med (5MP)

Lo (3MP)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

K1

K2 K3

K4

K5

K5

(Camera Delay)

2 minutes

1 minute

30 seconds

* affects only still photo resolution (video resolution is preset at 320x240 pixels per frame)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Setup Guide

NOTE (Models 119937/119907 Only) : THE LASER POINTER IS ACTIVATED IN THE SETUP MODE. DO NOT PERMIT THE LASER POINTER TO BE DIRECTED TOWARD ANYONE’S EYES, TO AVOID POTENTIAL EYE INJURY.

Before beginning the setup, insert 4 “D” size alkaline batteries as indicated inside the battery compartment. If you will be using the optional solar panel accessory, be sure to use rechargeable NiMh batteries only.

1.K1 - Mode Switch (OFF / SETUP/ ON) :

a)Power ON (UP position): Set K1 to ON position, The LCD display will show “BUSHNELL” for about 2 seconds.

EVENT nn

The LCD will rotate through the DATE\TIME\EVENT&IMAGE displays

IMAGE nn

when pressing the Up and Down keys.

b) SETUP Mode [move switch K1 from UP (ON) position to center position]:

Press Up or Down buttons to scroll through choices of DATE, TIME, NAME,PASSWORD, etc to modify or set these functions. Refer to the next three pages for more details.

c) Power OFF: Set K1 to “Off”, the Trail Scout will be OFF.

For mounting directions, please refer to the manual section titled “Using The Trail Scout” .

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MY NAME 555_1234
Set Time
06: 30 PM
Set Date 09/18/04

Setup Guide (cont.)

(1) SET DATE: When the LCD shows Set Date, press the ENTER key to modify the date. Press Up or Down button to select1-12then press the ENTER button to confirm the two digit month. The cursor will then move to the day.

Press Up or Down button to select 1-31then press ENTER to confirm the two digit day. Then the cursor will move to the year.

Press Up or Down button to select 0-99,thenpress ENTER to confirm the two digit year. From Set Date, press the Down button to set the time.

Note: See “Other Setup Notes” for details on the moon phase stamp feature, which is linked to the date you set here.

(2) SET TIME: When the LCD shows Set Time, press the ENTER key to modify the time. Press Up or Down button to select1-12,then press ENTER to confirm the two digit hour. Then the cursor will move to the minute.

Press Up or Down button to select 0-59,then press ENTER to confirm the two digit minute. From SET TIME, press the Down button to set the name.

(3) SET NAME: When the LCD shows “NO NAME”, press ENTER key to modify the name display. Press Up or Down button to select one character from “A” to “Z”,

“0” to “9”, ”_” , then Press ENTER to confirm, the cursor will move to next character. There are 2 lines of 8 characters each for your use. From Set Name, press the Down button to change the password.

(4) SET PASSWORD:

Password When the LCD shows PASSWORD, press the ENTER key to set the password.

Set

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(4) SET PASSWORD (cont.):

Setup Guide (cont.)

Password

Yes

New Pswd

0 0 0 0

Password

None

The LCD will show [Password Yes]. To change the password, press Enter.

If you do not want to set a password, you can press the Up or Down key to select NO.

If you selected YES, the LCD shows [New Pswd]. Press the Up or Down key to select the first password digit of 0-9.Press ENTER to confirm, the cursor will move to the next digit to the right. Repeat the process using UP, Down and Enter keys to enter your four digit password. Press ENTER to confirm.

If you do not want to set a password when the LCD shows (PW YES) , you can press the U/D button to select No, After pressing the ENTER, the LCD display shows (PW NO), and no password will be set. From Set Password, press the Down button to set Day Time.

(5) SET DAY TIME: (Note: This setting auto switches an infraredfilter-see#4 under “Other Setup Notes”)

 

 

When the LCD shows DAY TIME, press ENTER key to set the DAY TIME range. The

 

 

LCD will show and underscore under the first 2 digits in the DAY TIME mode. Press

 

 

the up or down keys to set time of 24 hour clock for the specific DAY TIME start hour

 

 

desired. Press ENTER to set the DAY TIME start time.

 

 

Then, underscore will move to the second 2 digits in the DAY TIME mode. Press the up

 

Day Time

 

07 --18

or down keys to set time of 24 hour clock for the specific DAY TIME end hour desired.

 

Press ENTER to set the DAY TIME end time.

 

 

Now your DAY TIME is defined (NIGHT is defined as the period between DAY end and

 

 

start times). If you do not make your own settings for DAY, a default of 6AM~6PM is

 

 

used.

 

 

Example: 07—18would define DAY as from 7AM to 6PM (6PM=18:00 hours on 24 hr clock).

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From Set Day Time, press the Down button to set the next user option.

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