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How do I set up my Revu?

Follow these easy steps

Step 1

Mount the camera

Twist the camera onto the tripod. Twist the colorful ring to adjust the maximum expansion of the tripod.

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Step 2

Switch on the camera

The switch is on the top of the camera. You will see a red light indicating that the camera is active.

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Step 3

Plug the receiver into your television

Plug the small end of the receiver cable in to the receiver. Plug the big end of the receiver cable in to your television.

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Step 4

Plug your receiver into the wall

Plug the receiver power supply into the receiver and the wall. 

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Step 5

Wait for the camera to connect

You will see a blue guide page. Wait a few seconds until the camera connects before continuing. You will know the camera has connected when the guide page is replaced with your video.

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Step 6

Activate the remote

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The remote will go to sleep if no key is pressed for several hours. To activate the remote, press any key and wait five seconds. Use the menu button to toggle the blue guide page.

Step 7

Adjust the image 

Adjust the brightness, orientation and mirror.

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Adjust the brightness by briefly pressing the up and down keys. 

If necessary, the image can be flipped by holding the down key. The image can be mirrored by holding the up key.

Step 8

Position the camera

Press the TV button at the bottom of the remote to set the delay to zero. Walk around with the camera until you like the field of view. There should be line of sight between the camera and the receiver. If you do not have line of sight, you can use an ethernet or CAT cable to connect your camera to your receiver.

Step 9

Plug in the camera

Plug the camera into the wall to keep the battery charged. You may need an extension cord.

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Step 10

Set the delay

Use the forward and backward buttons to set the delay. 

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Increase and decrease the delay one second by clicking the forward and backward buttons. Press and hold for fast forward and rewind.

Use the jump back and live view buttons to add five seconds to the delay or set the delay to zero.

Step 11

Advanced features

Use the pause/play, forward and backward, left and right buttons for detailed analysis.

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Set the default delay by pressing and holding the home button. 

Pause the video. Click the left and right keys to navigate frame by frame, or hold them down for slow motion. 

Press the home button to return to your default delay.

That's it! You're done :)

If necessary, scroll down for troubleshooting ideas.

Troubleshooting

Before you try anything else, we recommend rebooting the camera. This can be done by turning it off and back on again, followed by waiting 60s.

Choppy or lagging playback:

Make sure that the camera has line of sight to the receiver. Check that the receiver power supply is firmly plugged in at both ends.

No connection between the camera and the receiver:

Switch the camera off and back on. Make sure there is a red light on the side of the camera. Unplug the receiver and plug it back in. Wait 120s.

Non-functioning remote:

Try taking the batteries out of the remote and putting them back in. Press a few keys on the remote and wait ten seconds. Then try the remote again. If that does not work, try rebooting your camera by switching it off and back on again.

Unable to read the QR code:

Make sure you are connected to the camera's network. Try zooming in on the QR codes with your phone. If that does not work, you can access the page by browsing to http://192.168.4.1/html/preview.php .

I've still got trouble:

Call, email or text any time. You will have a response within 24 hours.

Liam Gorman

liam@yourevu.com

978 768 8450

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