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Product DescriptionFeature packed but value priced, the Spypoint G4 Game Camera has all the features you need for scouting game. We've added two features, audio when recording video and solar panel compatibility. The G4's multi-shot setting takes 4-megapixel color photos in 4-photo bursts by day and bright 35-infrared LED black-and-white photos at night. Remove the internal camera and switch to the video camera setting to record video footage of your hunt. At only 4.5" x 6.8" x 2.8", the G4 is easy to set up anywhere. The G4 runs on 6 AA batteries or a rechargeable Lithium battery pack (not included). Date and time stamp automatically printed on each photo. Store footage from the G4 on removable SD/SDHC cards as large as 32 GB (not included).
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Q:How do I get the pictures onto my computer for storage and viewing.
thanksAsked on 6/30/2012 by Lucky from United States
A:If you are only using the internal memory on the camera you will need to take the camera in and hook it directly to the computer via the USB port. If you are using an SD card, just bring the card in and plug it into the SD card slot on your computer (if you don't have an SD card slot you can buy one that plugs into the USB port). Find the drive on your computer (I use Windows 7 so I would left click the Windows icon in the lower left corner of my home screen, then left click "computer". This will bring up all of my drives. The SD card should be listed.) From there you can open the files on the drive by double clicking the drive, then whatever folder you wish to browse. Select the pictures you want and just drag them to any folder you want to save them in. I have 2 sets of SD cards that I use in my cameras so I can just swap them out in the field. I bring them in, save the pics I want and re-format the cards.Answered on 7/7/2013 by Onin24eagle from MN
Q:Is this the latest 2012 and can you set the cam for a 10 second delay?
thanks, jeffAsked on 6/9/2012 by Anonymous from cookeville,tn
Q:How do I transfer the pictures from this Spypoint G4 to my lap top?Asked on 6/2/2012 by Anonymous
Q:How are you suppose to format an SD card?Asked on 5/8/2012 by Chance from LeMars, IA
A:If your computer has an SD card slot, insert it and then find the drive on your computer. I run Windows 7 so for me I would left click the windows icon in the lower right corner, then left click "computer" which will show me all of my drives. Right click on the SD card drive and select "format", then follow the prompts.Answered on 7/7/2013 by Onin24eagle from MN
Q:Is this camera waterproof ..like a thunderstorm started pouring down.Will it be dry out attached to a tree?Asked on 4/19/2012 by Denise S from Georgia
A:Yes just make sure the case is closedAnswered on 6/28/2013 by Jordan from Va
Q:At what distance does the IR workAsked on 4/11/2012 by Donald from Fredericksburg, VA
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