The Digital Stealth Cam is a camera used by hunters to take pictures of deer or other animals in the woods. Users place the camera on a tree and set it to take pictures of the area. The camera provides a date and time stamp for information on when animals are in the area. Unlike standard digital cameras, Digital Stealth Cams do not have a built in LCD screen to review stored images. To view images, you need to hook the camera up to a television or computer.
Viewing Images on Television
Attach the component cables to the "Video Out" jack on the Stealth Cam and plug the other end into the "Video In" jack on the television.
Change the television to the correct video input channel. Refer to the documentation supplied with your television for information on doing so.
Press the "Menu" button on the camera and select "TV System."
Use the "UP" or "DN" buttons to switch the television from "TV-N," for NTSC televisions, or "TV-P," for PAL televisions, then press "OK" to confirm the selection. (As a general rule, NTSC is used in the Americas.) Press the "Menu" button to exit the camera's main menu
Switch between the images with the "UP" and "DN" buttons until you highlight the image you want to view.
Expand the thumbnail image by pressing "OK." The image will appear on the television. You can move through the pictures by pressing the "UP" and "DN" buttons.
Exit to the thumbnail versions of the pictures by pressing "OK."
Viewing Images on a Computer
Set the "Power" switch on the camera to "OFF."
Plug one end of the USB cable into the USB jack on the right side of the camera, then connect the other end to a USB port on your computer. The camera will turn on by itself, and the computer will recognize the camera as a removable storage device.
Open "My Computer" on your computer and locate the camera under "Removable Storage Devices."
Double-click the drive to display a list of the pictures on the camera. Double-click the images you want to view.
Things You'll Need