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MINOX est une marque dpose par MINOX GmbH, Wetzlar.

DTC 390
Wildkamera
Wildlife Camera
Camera de surveillance

MINOX GmbH
Walter-Zapp-Str. 4
D - 35578 Wetzlar, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 6441 / 917-0
Fax: +49 (0) 6441 / 917-612
E-Mail: info@minox.com Bedienungsanleitung
www.minox.com
Instructions
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MINOX DTC 390 Introduction
English Congratulations on the purchase of your
Deutsch Seite 2 MINOX DTC 390 wildlife camera.
Franais page 58
Like all other MINOX products, this wildlife camera boasts
the traditional values fostered by MINOX. It combines func-
tionality in the smallest possible space with the best optical
quality. Simple and fast operation makes the MINOX DTC
390 ideal for digital photography and videos in the intend-
ed field of use.

These instructions are to help you take advantage of the


full range of performance that your MINOX DTC 390 wild-
life camera has to offer.

Note:

W
 e have done our best to produce a complete and accu-
rate manual. However, we cannot ensure that there are
no errors or omissions during the printing process.

W
 e cannot take responsibility for any damages caused
by unauthorized attempts to upgrade software or for
any data corruption while the product is being repaired.

P lease Back Up Your Files! We cannot be held liable for


the loss of data caused by damaged products or damage
due to unreadable memory cards or drives.

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Contents 1. Safety instructions

Introduction page 31 If the camera and accessories are not handled correctly,
there is a risk to you and others, or the camera may be
1. Safety instructions 33
damaged or destroyed. Please carefully read and adhere
2. Get to know your MINOX DTC 390 38 to the following safety instructions.
3. Elements and controls 38 Intended use
4. P reparing the camera for use 40 - This camera is intended to record images and videos on
- Explanation of the controls 40 your own private property or with the explicit permis-
- Inserting the batteries 40 sion of property owners. It is intended for private use
- Checking the battery level 41 only and not for commercial purposes.
- Inserting the memory card 41 Hazards for children and persons with
- Language setting 42 limited abilities when operating electronic devices
- Mounting the camera 43 - T he camera, accessories and packaging are not toys
5. Setup mode 43 and should be kept out of the hands of children.
There is a risk of electric shock, poisoning and suffoca-
6. Operating the camera 47 tion. The camera and its accessories should not be
7. Image and video playback 49 used by children or persons with limited abilities.
The camera may only be used by persons who are phys-
8. Connecting the camera to a computer 50 ically and mentally capable of using them safely.
9. Further information 51
Electrical hazards
- Storage 51
- If foreign bodies or liquids have entered the camera,
- Disposal 51 turn it off and remove the batteries. Allow the cam-
- Legal information 52 era to dry thoroughly as there is a risk of fire or electric
- Declaration of conformity 52 shock.
- MPEG-4 Visual Patent Portfolio License 52 - If the camera has dropped or the housing is damaged,
- Technical data 54 turn the camera off and remove the batteries. There may
be a risk of fire or electric shock.
- Warranty terms 55
- The camera may not be disassembled, modified or
repaired by unqualified persons. There may be a risk of
fire or electric shock.
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nly use a 6V mains adapter (not included in the
- O - T here is a risk of explosion if the batteries are incor-
scope of delivery) to power the camera externally, oth- rectly inserted or if the wrong types are used. Use only
erwise there is a risk of fire or electric shock. Disconnect LR6 or NiMH 1.5V AA batteries.
the power supply by removing the mains adapter from - Do not expose the batteries to excessive heat such
the socket. If the mains adapter (not included in the as direct sunlight, open flames etc. as this may cause a
scope of delivery) remains in the wall socket, it can still fire or explosion. Do not store batteries near fire, ovens
consume power and represent a source of danger. or other sources of excessive heat.
- 
In the event of a thunderstorm, the mains adapter (not - Batteries should never be stored at temperatures below
included in the scope of delivery) should not be used. 10C (50F) and not above 40C (104F).
There is a risk of electric shock. - Keep the batteries out of the reach of children.
- Never transport batteries in a bag or toolbox as they
Heat damage risk of fire may come into contact with metal objects and thus raise
- Do not leave the camera in places where the tem- the risk of fire.
perature can rise sharply (e.g. in a vehicle). This could - Batteries should never be thrown into a fire, short
damage the housing and internal parts, which in turn circuited, forcefully discharged, deformed or taken
can cause a fire. apart. This will greatly raise the risk of fire or explosion.
- Do not wrap or place the camera on textiles as this - Do not touch batteries that have leaked without proper
could lead to a build-up of heat inside the camera. protection. If battery acid has come into contact
This can cause the housing to deform and increase the with your skin, thoroughly wash the area with plenty
risk of fire. of soap and water.

Possible hazards when using batteries I f you get battery acid in your eyes, rinse your eyes with
- 
Replace all batteries at the same time. Clean the con- plenty of water and contact a doctor immediately.
tacts on the batteries and inside the camera before
inserting fresh batteries. Before disposal, the batteries  atteries should be disposed of exclusively at specifically
B
must be removed from the camera and disposed of sep- designated collection points or at your retailer.
arately from the unit.
- Remove the batteries if the camera will not be used Possible injuries and property damage
for a longer period of time. If the batteries have re- WARNING! To avoid injuries, the camera must be securely
mained in the camera for an extended period of time, mounted on the ground, on a tree, on a post or on a wall.
remove them immediately as they might overheat - Place the camera only on stable surfaces. Other-
and thus increase the danger of fire when the camera wise, the camera may fall or tilt; it can be damaged and
has been activated. cause injury.

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- D o not use the camera while walking or driving. Scope of delivery
You could stumble or cause a traffic accident. - INOX DTC 390 wildlife camera
M
- O nly use a 6V mains adapter (not included in the
- 
Mounting strap
scope of delivery) to power the camera externally.
MINOX is not liable for damages caused by the use of a - 
Wall mount
wrong mains adapter. - 
USB cable
- T he power socket used for the mains adapter (not - 
Instruction manual
included in the scope of delivery) must be free and ac-
cessible at all times so that the mains adapter can be Note: The actual contents may vary from this list. The
quickly disconnected if necessary. scope of delivery is subject to change without prior notice.
- Ensure adequate ventilation and do not cover the mains
adapter (not included in the scope of delivery) to avoid Note: Please format the SD memory card before use.
overheating. Files on the card from other devices may affect the func-
- Do not place open sources of fire such as burning can- tionality of the camera.
dles on or near the camera.
- Do not expose the LCD display to impact or pres- For further information about accessories for the DTC 390
sure. This can damage the glass of the display or cause can be found on the MINOX website: www.minox.com.
the liquid to leak from the interior of the display. If the
liquid gets into your eyes or on the skin, rinse immedi-
ately with clear water. If the fluid gets into the eyes,
immediately get medical treatment.
- D amage to the electronics, the display or the lens
caused by external influences such as inadvertent blows,
dropping the camera or inappropriate handling are not
covered by the warrantee and are therefore subject to
charges.
- Do not let the camera fall and avoid hard knocks.
Taking good care of your MINOX DTC 390 will provide
you with many years of fault-free use.

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2. Get to know your MINOX DTC 390
1
Please take a few moments to carefully read
the following guidelines: 2
- 5 megapixel resolution 3
- Convenient 2.4 colour display 4
- Daylight images in colour, night images in black & white
5
- Fast trigger release (< 1 sec.) 10
- Invisible IR-flash with a range of over 10 meters (33 feet)
- Low power consumption (Standby up to 6 months) 6
- SD memory card up to 32 GB 9
- Password protection 7
- Easy mounting by means of a separate bracket
- Splash-proof according to IP 54 specifications

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3. Elements and controls
1 IR LEDs for 11 Display
night images 12 Control buttons
2 Twilight sensor 13 Main switch
3 Blue LED (ON, TEST, OFF) 11
4 Red LED 14 USB port
5 Lens 15 SD memory card slot 18
6 Central motion sensor 16 6V external
7 Side motion sensors power port
12
8 Microphone 17 tripod socket
9 Clamps 18 Battery compartment
10 Eyelet for padlock

13 14 15 16 17

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4. Preparing the camera for use they can be inserted in either the upper or lower half of the
battery compartment.
Explanation of the controls
To prepare your camera before use, proceed as follows: Note: An external 6V mains adapter can be used to pow-
1. Place your DTC 390 in front of you. er the camera. If the camera is attached to an external
2. Open both clamps. power source, the batteries will be bridged. This means
3. Open the camera to the left. that rechargeable batteries cannot be charged while in
the camera, not even with a solar panel. Please do not
On the bottom left, you will see the control buttons. use a mains adapter of more than 6V as this will damage
The switch for the three main functions can be found on the camera, thus nullifying the warranty.
the bottom of the left half of the camera:
1. OFF: main switch right
2. TEST: main switch centre Checking the battery level
3. ON: main switch left Switch your DTC 390 to TEST mode (main switch at the
centre). The battery status will be indicated at the bottom
The SD memory card slot and USB port are also found on right of the display.
the bottom of the left half of the camera. At the upper left
of the camera, you will find the 2.4 LCD display. Note: We recommend using high efficiency batteries for
optimum performance. You can prolong battery life if you
To the right, you will see the battery compartment for eight create shorter video sequences.
1.5 Volt AA batteries.

The port to connect a 6V mains adapter can be seen on the Memory card
outside of the housing, at the bottom left of the camera. To record images or videos, you will need an SD/SDHC
memory card. Your DTC 390 camera supports memory
Inserting the batteries cards up to 32 GB.
Your DTC 390 camera is designed to be used with alkaline,
lithium or nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) AA batteries. To
insert the batteries, open the camera as described above. Inserting the memory card
Remove the battery compartment cover by pulling the clip Open the camera housing and insert the memory card into
lock down. Insert eight 1.5 Volt AA batteries, making sure the slot, making sure that the gold-coloured contacts are at
that the batteries are inserted to match the +/- poles. The the top and away from you when inserting the card. Ensure
camera can be operated with just 4 batteries, but then with that the SD card is not write-protected (SD card slider is not
less operating time. If you choose to use only 4 batteries, in the Lock mode).
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Switch your DTC 390 to TEST (main switch at the centre). Mounting the camera
If the SD card has been inserted improperly, is not inserted
at all or is not compatible, you will see the corresponding 1. Mounting strap: The mounting bracket on the back of
message in the display. After inserting the proper card cor- the camera can be used to mount the camera on a tree
rectly, you can continue with setting your camera. or post. The strap can be pulled through the bracket and
around the tree or post and then tightened. Once the
Note: If the SD card was used to store data in other de- camera has been mounted, it can be turned 90 and
vices, reformat the SD card on a PC. By reformatting the removed from the bracket, and reattached in the same
card, all previous data will be deleted to ensure error-free way. This enables a quick and easy removal of the cam-
operation. If the SD card has only been used in the DTC era to make necessary settings, exchange the batteries
390, formatting can be done with camera as well. It is or remove the SD card, without having to reposition the
recommended to take some test photos to make sure that camera afterwards.
the SD card is functioning properly. 2. T ripod: The socket at the bottom of the mounting
bracket can be used to mount the camera on a tripod
or the wall mounting bracket included in the scope of
Language setting delivery.
The default language settings of your DTC 390 wildlife 3. W all mount: The DTC 390 can be mounted on a wall
camera are in German. To change the language, please or ceiling with the wall mount (included in the scope of
follow these steps: delivery). Please make sure that the fastening screws are
1. Move the main switch to TEST. tight before attaching the camera.
2. You will now be in the manual photo release mode.
3. Push the MENU button to enter the main menu
of the camera.
4. Push the down arrow button until you reach 5. Setup mode
Sprache.
5. Push OK. Switch your DTC 390 to TEST mode (main switch at the
6. Using the up and down buttons, choose centre). You will now be in the manual photo release mode
your language. in this mode, you can take photos or videos to test the
7. Push OK. functionality of the camera. Push MENU to enter the
8. The camera will now go back to the main menu. main menu of the camera.
Your camera is now set to the language of choice.
In this mode, you can make the following settings:
a) M ode: Photo, video, photo + video: Here you can
choose if you wish to take photos or record videos.
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In the photo + video mode, the camera first takes a pear in your recorded images or No if the timestamp
predetermined number of photos and then a video is should not appear and push OK.
recorded. Select the desired setting and push OK. j) Photo Size: Select photo resolution: It is recommended
b) PIR Interval: From 2 seconds to 60 minutes: Select to set your camera to 5M. Photos with higher reso-
the amount of time the camera should wait before the lutions use considerably more storage space. Select the
camera should trigger again after a photo or video has desired setting and push OK.
just been made. This function can prevent repeated and k) S oftware: Choose from two options: Select FW up-
undesired recordings of the same occurrence. Select the date to update the firmware or Version: to check
desired setting and push OK. the currently installed firmware version. Select the de-
c) P IR Level: Set the sensitivity of the infrared sensors sired option and push OK.
here (they react to the difference between the sur- l) A udio Recording: Here you can choose whether audio
rounding temperature and the temperature of animals should be recorded in video mode or not. Select the de-
or persons moving within the sensor detection zone). In sired setting and push OK.
normal situations, it is recommended to use the Mid- m) IR LED: Select the number of LEDs that should light up
dle setting. In summer, where body temperatures are when a photo or video is made at night. It is recom-
about the same as the surrounding temperature, it is mended to set the number to 42 for the maximum range
recommended to use the High setting. Select the de- and illumination. Select the desired setting and push OK.
sired setting and push OK. n) Beep Sound: Here you can activate or deactivate the
d) C apture Num: 1, 2 or 3 photos: Select the number of beep sound of the control buttons. Select the desired
photos that should be made each time the camera is setting and push OK.
triggered and push OK. See also PIR Interval. o) S ide PIR: Here you can set the PIR angle of detection. To
e) V ideo Length: 10, 20 or 30 seconds, as well as 1, 2 maximise the detection angle, it is recommended to ac-
or 5 minutes: Select the length of video that should be tivate the side PIRs. If the area of detection is restricted
recorded each time the camera is triggered and push OK. to a minimum (e.g. hallway or similar), the side PIRs can
f) V ideo Size: High resolution videos provide higher qual- be deactivated to minimise unwanted recordings. Select
ity videos but use considerably more storage space. It is the desired setting and push OK.
recommended to use the default setting of 720p. Select p) Time Lapse: 15 sec., 30 sec., or 1 30 min.: If the Timer
the desired setting and push OK. Setting has been activated, the camera will record im-
g) Language: Select the desired language and push OK. ages or videos in accordance with the selected time in-
h) Set Clock: Set time and date: Use the right and left terval, regardless if the PIR sensors have been triggered
arrow keys to select the unit that needs to be changed or not e.g. growth of plants, progress at a construction
and the up and down arrow buttons to select the site etc. Select the desired setting and push OK.
desired unit. Push OK to save your settings. q) T imer Setting: Here you can determine times of the day
i) Stamp: Select Yes if you wish the timestamp to ap- in which the camera should be activated surveillance
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of a construction site during working hours etc. Select 6. Operating the camera
the desired setting and push OK.
r) C amera Name: Here you can assign a 4 digit name Switch your DTC 390 to TEST mode (main switch at the
to your camera. This can be helpful if more than one centre). In this mode, your DTC 390 will automatically use
camera is being used in a particular area and to identify the most previous settings made while in the Settings
which camera recorded images in which particular area Mode.
of surveillance. To set the name, push OK, select ON and
use the arrow buttons to set the digits. Push OK to save Note: The blue activation LED will blink several seconds
your setting. before the camera enters operational mode. When the
s) S ecurity Code: This enables you to enter a six-digit PIN LED stops blinking, the camera is ready to record images
number to prevent unauthorized access to your camera. and videos in accordance with your settings.
The PIN is requested while in TEST mode each time you
turn the camera on and is required before you can use Night mode:
the camera. (If you cannot remember your PIN, the cam- For night-shots, the necessary lighting is provided by the
era must be sent together with the purchase slip to our infrared LEDs on the front of the camera. The maximum
service centre.). To set the PIN, push OK, select ON and recording distance in the dark is about 10 meters (33 feet).
use the arrow buttons to set the digits. Push OK to save Due to the nature of the infrared lighting, night-shots are
your setting. in black and white.
t) D efault: Here, all settings of the camera can be reset to
the predefined factory settings. To set the Default, push Aligning the camera:
OK, select YES and push OK to save your setting. The wide angle of the camera lens makes aligning your
camera quite simple: a rough eye alignment is enough at
Further functions and settings found in the Playback Menu first. Then pay particular attention to the vertical tilt, i.e.
are described later. the correct inclination of the camera. This is especially
important when the camera is not mounted on straight,
vertical posts or surfaces. Once you have found a good
position, switch the camera to TEST mode.

Now move in front of the camera from one side to the oth-
er. The blue LED will light up when one of the side sensor
zones has been activated. The red LED lights up when the
middle sensor zone has been activated. In this way, you can
roughly determine if your camera is properly aligned, which
is usually sufficient in most situations.
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Note: The coloured LEDs light up only when in TEST 0.2 second delay. The probability of getting good images
mode. When the main switch has been moved to ON, of animals is thus greatly increased.
the LEDs do not light up anymore.
If only the PIR has been activated by an animal and it does
If you wish to fine-tune the alignment of your camera, not enter the middle of the sensor zone, the camera will re-
set the camera to ON mode (main switch to the left) and turn to standby mode after 5 minutes. If this happens twice
enter the cameras field of view from different directions. in a row, the camera will only be activated by the middle
Then carefully turn the camera 90 and remove it from the sensor area and the trigger delay is then one second. This
mounting bracket. Go to TEST mode and push the REPLAY function is intended to save battery power.
button to view your results. If necessary, you can correct
the alignment and repeat the procedure. If the alignment
of the camera is to your satisfaction, the camera can be
switched to ON. 7. Image and video playback

Note: To avoid undesired images or videos, do not set If the camera has made images or videos, these can be
the camera up in sunny areas. Make sure that branches viewed in the cameras display. To do this, the camera must
do not move in front of the camera. The MINOX DTC 390 either be in TEST mode (main switch in the middle) or in ON
is dust and splash proof and fulfils the IP 54 protection mode (main switch to the left). Now press the REPLAY
classification. It is suitable for outdoor use in all weather button to view the photos and videos taken by the camera.
conditions. Use the arrow keys to scroll.

How do infrared PIRs work? When in REPLAY mode, a separate playback (Settings)
When the camera is been switched to ON, it is then in menu can be found by pressing the MENU button. The
standby mode. The trigger delay is approximately 1 second. following additional functions are then available for the
If a fast moving animal moves through the PIR sensor zone, currently viewed photo or video:
it is possible that only a part of the animal can be seen in a) V iew Date/Time: Even if the timestamp has been de-
the photo. activated, you can view the date and time of your file.
Press OK to view the information and OK to go back to
The passive, side PIR sensors counteract this effect - the the previous menu.
sensitive angle of the camera is increased from 100 to b) P rotect: Here you can protect particularly important
120. If an animal enters the sensor zone from the side, files from accidental deletion. If a file is protected, and
the camera is activated and ready to make an image or Delete All has been selected (see below), the protected
video. If the animal then moves toward the centre of the file will not be deleted. Push OK and select Yes or No
sensor zone, the camera shutter is released with a mere and then OK to go back to the previous menu.
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c) D elete One: Here, you can delete the currently viewed ognized as a removable storage device. Your photos and
file. Push OK and select Yes or No and then OK to go videos can now be copied to a folder on your PC.
back to the previous menu.
d) D elete All: All images and videos on the SD card can Transferring your files via SD card
be deleted at once, with the exception of protected files Always ensure that the camera is switched off before the
(see Protect above). Push OK and select Yes or No and SD card is removed from the camera, otherwise the files on
then OK to go back to the previous menu. your memory card could be damaged. Remove the memory
e) F ormat: By formatting the SD card, ALL files will be card from the slot and insert it into the card reader con-
deleted. Push OK and select Yes or No and then OK to nected to your computer. Some computers also have an
go back to the previous menu. internal slot for SD cards - in this case, insert the SD card
f) E xit: You can exit the Settings menu only by selecting directly into the slot on your computer. Your photos and
Exit and pressing the OK button. You will now enter the videos can now be copied to a folder on your PC.
playback mode. To go back to the preview (TEST) mode
push REPLAY.
9. Further information

Storage
8. Connecting the camera to a computer If you will not be using your MINOX DTC 390 for an ex-
tended period of time, remove the batteries and store the
Your MINOX DTC 390 saves your photos and videos in a camera in a cool and dry place.
folder named DCIM/100Media on your SD card. Photos
have the file ending .jpg and videos .avi. Disposal
The packaging should be disposed of in a clean and envi-
There are two possibilities to transfer the files to your PC: ronmentally safe manner. Batteries must not be disposed
either you remove the SD card and insert it into a card of in the household waste. The consumer is legally obliged
reader or you connect the DTC 390 to your PC with the USB to return dead batteries at designated collection points or
cable included in the scope of delivery. at the retailer where the batteries were purchased.

Transferring your files via USB cable Correct disposal of this product: This sym-
Always ensure that the camera is switched off before bol indicates that within the EU, electronic de-
connecting it to a computer. Connect your camera to the vices are not allowed to be disposed of in the
computer using the USB cable (included in the scope of household waste. Please use the designated
delivery) via the USB port. Switch the camera to TEST mode collection points for the recycling of electrical and electron-
(main switch in the middle). The camera will now be rec- ic equipment in your community or ask your dealer where
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your device can be properly disposed of. This prevents 2. decode MPEG-4 video files that was encoded by a con-
possible harmful effects on the environment and health sumer engaged in a personal and non-commercial activi-
through improper disposal. Further information can be ob- ty and/or was obtained from a video provider licensed to
tained from municipal services near you. provide MPEG-4 video. For other purposes, no license is
granted or implied for the MPEG-4 standard.
Legal information
The use of the MINOX DTC 390 is subject to a wide range Further information can be obtained from
of legal regulations which can vary from country to coun- MPEG LA, LLC on http://www.mpegla.com
try, especially for recording images in public spaces. Please
observe the national legislation for the protection of per-
sonal rights. It is especially important not to make photos
or videos of persons in public places.
The use of the MINOX DTC 390 in forests and fields can
be subject to other regulations. For example, the use of
wildlife cameras in Germany is regulated by the National
Hunting Legislation. Please also note the applicable legis-
lation in your particular country and/or district.

Declaration of conformity
The manufacturer hereby declares that this CE
marking has been affixed to this device in accord-
ance with the essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of the following European Directives:
- 2011/65/EG RoHs Directive
- 2014/30/EN EMV Directive
The EC declaration of conformity can be obtained from the
address provided at the end of this manual.

MPEG-4 Visual Patent Portfolio License


This MINOX DTC 390 is licensed under the MPEG-4 Visual
Patent Portfolio License for personal and non-commercial
purposes to:
1. encode video files in compliance with the MPEG-4 stand-
ard and/or
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Technical data
Sensor 5 MP hardware resolution, Batteries Eight 1.5 V AA batteries
CMOS sensor alkaline, lithium-ion
Resolution Adjustable: or NiMH
12 MP (interpolated) Password protection 6 digit combination
8 MP (interpolated) Mounting aids Mounting strap and
5 MP wall mount (included in
Trigger release < 1 sec. scope of delivery)
Photo burst 1 - 3 photos per release Dimensions (H x W x D) 5.4x3.7x3 in.
(adjustable) 136x95x75 mm
Video resolution 1280x720 HD (30fps) Weight (without batteries) 280 g (10 oz.)
1920x1080 (15fps) Order no. Camouflage 60726
848x480 (30fps) Grey 60732
640x480 VGA (30fps) Brown 60733
Video length 5 - 30 sec. (adjustable)
High power IR flash Range > 10 m (33 feet)
Display 2.4 TFT colour display Warranty terms
Daylight images Colour
With the purchase of this MINOX DTC 390 you have ac-
Night images Black & white
quired a product which has been manufactured and tested
User-friendly interface 8 button control panel according to very high quality standards. The statutory
Real-time display Photo / video playback warranty of 2 years provided for this product commences
Settings Date, time, temperature and on the date of purchase from an authorized dealer and is
moon phase on each image subject to the following conditions:
External memory SD/SDHC card: up to 32 GB
1) D
 uring the warranty period, complaints based on faulty
Ports USB port, 6V port for
manufacture will be compensated free of charge either
an external power supply
by repair, replacement of defective parts or replacement
(min. 2000 mA)
by an identical flawless product at our own discretion.
Cable USB cable (included in Any further claims of any kind whatsoever, and irrespec-
scope of delivery) tive of the legal basis in connection with this warranty,
are excluded.
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2) C
 laims under warranty are null and void if the defect has Notes
been caused by improper handling (which also includes
the use of accessories made by other companies), if the
product is serviced by unauthorized persons or work-
shops, or if the serial number has been obliterated.

3) W
 arranty claims can only be made by submission of
an electronically printed sales slip from an authorized
dealer.

4) W
 hen submitting claims under warranty, please return
the MINOX camera together with the electronically
printed sales slip, and a description of the complaint to
the MINOX GmbH Customer Service or an international
MINOX agency.

5) T ourists may, if required, make use of the MINOX agency


in the country in which they are traveling. In accordance
with the MINOX GmbH warranty terms, the electronical-
ly printed sales slip must nevertheless be presented.

MINOX GmbH
Walter-Zapp-Str. 4
D-35578 Wetzlar
Tel.: +49 (0) 6441 / 917-0
Fax: +49 (0) 6441 / 917-612
info@minox.com
www.minox.com

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nderungen in Konstruktion und Ausfhrung vorbehalten.
MINOX ist eine eingetragene Marke der MINOX GmbH, Wetzlar.

Design subject to alterations without notice.


MINOX is a registered trademark of MINOX GmbH, Wetzlar.

Sous rserve de modifications.


MINOX est une marque dpose par MINOX GmbH, Wetzlar.

DTC 390
Wildkamera
Wildlife Camera
Camera de surveillance

MINOX GmbH
Walter-Zapp-Str. 4
D - 35578 Wetzlar, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 6441 / 917-0
Fax: +49 (0) 6441 / 917-612
E-Mail: info@minox.com Bedienungsanleitung
www.minox.com
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