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Bushnell Trail Scout

Mine will record events, but won't take a photo. Tips, hints, suggestions?

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  • Anonymous Oct 05, 2008

    will record events but not take picktures

  • terryamber Dec 03, 2008

    I have the same problem! Bushnell is not helpful with suggestions on how to fix it or provide support. This should be an easy camera and concept. I only suggest that you stay away from Bushnell.

  • inrebuttal2u Dec 21, 2008

    Inside the SD card slot is a small, copper-colored wire. The problem is with that wire. If you can get it to come out more into the slot area, the camera should work okay. Make sure you're careful in moving the copper-colored wire. Alternatively, you can place tape around the SD card and insert it. The extra tape will push on the copper-colored wire. The tape is a temporary fix!

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Make sure you have the day time set properly.  This means the time daylight begins.

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1) maybe you are saving pictures to your camera internal memory,if so try to change it in settings for SD card,or it could be that your camera does not accept the type of SD Card Value you are using.Try a smaller value card

2) Check the Date and time factor so that it is using Daylight settings for your location.

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