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1080P HD Keychain Camera - MateCam - Nautilus  120  Lens

Camera Specs
Basic Operation
Depending on the settings being used the camera will have either a solid red led or a blinking red led on start up.
A blinking led means the camera is recording, a solid led means the camera is in standby mode. While in standby mode (solid led) the mode button can be used to change modes. Each click of the mode button will switch from video mode (red) to picture mode (orange) to motion detect mode (blue). Holding the mode button for 3 seconds starts WiFi mode (red/blue).

Camera Drive
When connecting the camera using the USB cable for the first time a box will pop up "installing drivers" which are the USB mass storage device and video camera USB device. A new drive will be listed on your pc, as example: Removable Disk (J;)
Pictures and Videos
All media files will be saved to the "VIDEO/PICTURES folder on the camera drive. Right click any of the media files you created in the folder for options like Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete. What I do is highlight all media (or edit, select all), cut and paste them to a folder on my pc, this removes them off camera SD card and saves them to pc.
USB takes about 3 hour 25 minutes to fully charge if the battery is completely empty.
When charging the (red light) will remain solid, when fully charged the light will shut off.

This cam can do up to 60 minutes of video on full charge.

Note: There are 2 cables for this camera.

The RCA cable with red & yellow A/V out ends used for TV.
The DATA cable used for charging or transferring data.

Movie Maker 6 for Win 7
Windows live movie maker that shipped with windows 7 is more of a down graded movie maker 6. For those who want the better movie maker 6 for win7 -64 bit edition you can download it here, download also includes K-lite codec pack 64 bit. See how to: video

PIP Using Movie Maker 6
Make a picture in picture video using RehanFX transitions and effects for Vista movie maker.
See example video:
RehanFx PIP

SD Cards

SD cards range from 2-32 GB. The cards used are the Micro SD/TF/SDHC with storage space 4GB/8GB/16GB/32GB. Tip: TF = TransFlash, SDHC = Secure Digital High Capacity. Your local computer store may sell these cards but you will probably find them cheaper online. The higher the class number (2, 4, 6...) the faster the read/write speed. Transcend, Kinston, and SanDisk are popular brands. Class numbers will be circled, see pic below.

Class is the rate in which data flows to and from the card.
Class 2 = 2MB/second
Class 8 = 8MB/second
Class 10 = 10MB/second
This is the minimum data transfer for each card.

When inserting the SD card the brass pins on card will face towards top of camera.
To remove or insert SD card push card IN until you hear a "click" sound.

Basic Settings and How They Work here
In Camera Formatting
With camera in standby mode (solid led) press and hold the shutter button for 10 seconds, the red led will blink 3 times.
Note: This will erase everything on SD card!
WebCam Mode
Plug in USB with camera in standby mode press the mode button 3 seconds If you dont have the Amcap program you can download it here. Open "Amcap.exe" to view the live capture from camera..
Original Manual
Original manual that comes with camera.
Last firmware update
Configuration Software
Windows software to configure settings using USB connection.
Inside the Mate 808 1080P
Take a closer look at the internal parts of the MateCam - Nautilus HD 1080P
Pros / Cons

Pros: Sharp clear audio/video. Uses 5 pin micro USB 2.0. Using the configuration Text File or (GUI) you can create your own settings. You can also view videos and pictures directly from camera to TV using A/V cable or USB. Wind noise is almost completely eliminated from audio, this is great news for riders. Color is spot on. For the price you cant get a better 1080P camera.

Cons: Pointing the camera towards sun, the sky will wash out or turn blue green.

This is what the time stamp looks like on my MateCam-Nautilus 1080P HD cam.
The time/date have a clear background located at the top left of each video (if time is used).



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