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Got the 111026 from VISA rewards. No software with it. Set to PC. Without the software cannot view pictures. I have Windows XP Home.

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  • jfox36 Jul 26, 2009

    Yes, I am able to attach the binoculars to the pc. Should I do so now.

  • jfox36 Jul 26, 2009

    It is NOT recognized as a removable disk, since the binocular camera is set to "PC" and I do not know how to change that setting or what to change it to. Presumably, the thing is supposed to work with XP without any software.




  • jfox36 Jul 26, 2009

    That was the answer. The computer now recognizes the camera as an outside memory device. Thank you very much!!!

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Hi,
The Manufacturer of these binoculars no longer offers any driver/software download support. So it looks like we have to solve the problem on our own.
Please let us know whether you are able to connect the binoculars to the PC or not. Then we'll try and help you further to open the pictures. 
Thanks

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

  • AliTech110
    AliTech110 Jul 26, 2009

    Hi,


    Yes, go ahead and connect it to PC. Then you should see it as removable disc in my computer. Then you can click on it to view the folder inside.


    Please confirm after you open the folder. Thanks

  • AliTech110
    AliTech110 Jul 26, 2009

    Hi,


    First disconnect the binocular from the PC



    To change this setting, you'll have to open the menu on the binoculars by pressing MODE button. Pressing the MODE button once will open the menu, then to scroll through the menu, repeatedly press MODE button.


    Then you'll see an option shown as MEM (Memory Access). Change the setting in MEM to STO (i.e storage mode) by pressing SNAP button. To exit the menu, simply leave it for 5 seconds without pressing any buttons.



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