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• Does the SD card have sufﬁcient available space and is its write-
protection (lock) switch off?
• Is the Power switch in the ON position? (do not leave it in SETUP).
PLAYING BACK/DELETING THE PHOTOS/
After you have setup, mounted and activated your Trophy Cam, you will of
course be eager to return later and review the images it has captured for
you. There are several different ways this can be done.
Reviewing Images Directly From the SD Card
This is the most popular method of viewing images. Since unmounting the
camera and taking it to your computer isn’t very convenient, you may ﬁnd it
easier to just take the card out. By removing the SD card (swapping it for a
new empty card if you like) and taking it to your home or campsite to view
the images by using an SD card “reader” (user supplied) connected to your
computer (some computers and TVs have a built in SD card slot), you can
leave the camera in place ready to capture more images. Once connected, the
card reader works the same way as described below-please read that section
if you have any problem ﬁnding your ﬁles.
Reviewing Images on the Trophy Cam LCD (Models with Color Viewer only)
• Put the power switch in SETUP mode (switch to OFF ﬁrst).
• Push the OK (Replay) key to enter image review mode.
• You will see six “thumbnail” images (photos or video frames) on the
• Use the LEFT/RIGHT arrow keys to navigate to the photo or video
that you wish to review.
• If more than 6 photos/videos are on the camera, when you press the
RIGHT arrow button it will scroll to the next group of six images and so
on until you get back to the ﬁrst set of thumbnails.
• To view a photo or video frame at full screen size, press the OK button.
• When viewing images full screen, you can simply use the LEFT/
RIGHT arrow keys to navigate to the next image, remaining at a full
screen view. A zoom feature is available for still photos: ﬁrst press the
LEFT key, then use the UP/DOWN keys to zoom in or out. After zoom-
ing in, you can then press OK, and use the UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT
keys to move around and examine small details in different areas of the