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To set the clock, have good batteries in. Slide the selector to Setup (middle setting).
Push the large right button marked MENU.
Push one of the right side buttons, above the word SHOT, these are the right > and left < buttons. Push repeatedly until you see
Set Mode
Set Clock
Set where the last Set should be outlined in dark. Now push the OK button which is the large left button.
Choose the field to update with the right side buttons > or <, once you have the one to update, use the left side up and down buttons to change the value shown until it is correct. Choose the next field with the right side < or >, update the value with the left side buttons. Only when you are completed with updating all of the date and time values, do you hit OK to set them all.
After this all pictures will have the correct time available. Though you have to choose in one of the other menus whether to show the timestamp on the picture. The picture will have the date and time associated with the file when you take the card out to view it later.

Simmons 119422C... | Answered on Sep 13, 2015


http://www.simmonsoptics.com/global/manuals.aspx

Simmons 119422C... | Answered on Oct 26, 2014


For many of these types of Trail Cams, you cannot instruct it to overwrite images, you just need to reformat the SD card using the camera's menu option for that function.

Simmons 119422C... | Answered on May 30, 2014


All these inexpensive dash cams have issues with the micro SD cards. They do not like anything over 8GB, no matter what the manual or distributors say. With 16GB they just record for a few minutes and then crash, and not even that with most 32GB cards. Whether class 10 or any other class. You then have to reset the dash cam with the reset button, format the card, and start again. Since most dash cams only use about 40MB per minute of recording time when set to 1080p, and less without sound or date imprint, a 4GB SD card will give plenty for a 10 min loop, which is the max loop time anyway. In fact even class 4 or 6 cards do work very well and do not crash. Try to find any old 4GB SD card (a little hard these days, but still possible), and give it a go. 8GB cards might just work as well, but not sure, didn't try them.

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I have the disk for the Hitachi DZ-HS500E and will create an ISO of it and YouSendIt to you if you want.

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Google (brand)(cc617)(manual) without parens for instructions.

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Contact the manufacturer/distributor to inquire.

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first you tranfer the video to you computer then you computer problably have a burn cd and dvd burner, so you can tranfer you video files to a dvd disc.

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You can't transfer videos through USB. You will need a Firewire 6-pin cord and use it to connect from your MAC to the Camcorder. Only then you can transfer videos.

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Interesting, yet curiously uninformative.

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You can use Pavtube HD Video converter for mac to transcode MP4 video to Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) for iMovie editing, this method you don't need to render.

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