Bushnell 119466 Camcorder User Manual

for videos, this is independent of the length of each video recording-
it’s how often videos are recorded, not how long each one lasts.
Your options are 60 minutes, 30 minutes, 15 minutes,5 minutes (this
is the default), or 1 minute-use the UP/DOWN keys to select your
preference, then press OK to save it.
6. Here’s an example of how the camera would operate, based on the fol-
lowing Field Scan settings:
Field Scan: On
[Start]: 16:00
[Stop]: 18:30
Interval: 15M
These settings would cause the camera to take a photo (or video,
depending on which you have it set for) beginning at 4 PM, then
another one at 4:15, 4:30, etc.–one every 15 minutes, until the Field
Scan recording stops at 6:30 PM. The next day, the camera would
again record an image or video once every 15 minutes between 4 and
6:30 PM. Remember, this is independent of normal triggers due to
animal activity–even if no animals enter the IR sensor coverage zone,
an image or video will still be captured every 15 minutes during the
2.5 hour block of time. If an animal triggers the camera “in between”
the 15 minute intervals, it will be recorded, same as it would if you
had setup the camera with Field Scan turned Off. Note: Field Scan
settings of frequent intervals and/or long periods between start
and stop time can reduce battery life.
Step 2-set Start Time
(Hour & Minute)
Step 3-set StopTime
(Hour & Minute)
Step 4-set Interval
(60, 30, 15, 5 or 1 M)
Step 1-set Field
Scan Mode to “On”