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Camera My husband has a camera that goes into an automatic deer feeder. We are not sure how to operate the camera it syas it is a Premier BF-500D Auto Focus Self Timer DX Auto Flash. Do you know where I might find the operating manual?

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  • jofay47 Jul 15, 2008

    Thanks to all with any suggestions!

  • durnik32 Dec 08, 2008

    I have the same deer cam system. In mine it has a small 'phone' cord comming out of the camera that plugs into the electronics in the box. (IR sensor, Etc) I have the manual for operating the system but it has nothing about the Camera but that is pretty strait forward, you can contact me if you have some questions and I'll try to help you out. One problem I have is that the Batteries in the Cam get too cold and stop working. The area in front of my cam was really torn up by deer and rabbits but no pics! It was too cold I guess, worked fine when I brought it in and warmed up. Durnik32@yahoo.com

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I think you may have a hard time getting a manual for it - it was an Eastern European (ex-communist bloc) product and there don't seem to be too many of them even in that area any more. Sorry that's not very helpful :{

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