Question about Bushnell ImageView 11-8321 Binocular

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I have the same problem as 'Can't acces [sic] mass storage'

Bought my son's wife a bushnell binocular. Take a picture, connect to pc's usb, upload fine. Put in 2 Gig sandisk sd, take a picture, connect to pc's usb, says the binocular's disk is unformatted. Format the disk. Copy other .jpg's to and from the disk. This proves the sd is ok??? Remove from the pc. Take a picture. Connect again. Says the disk is unformatted!! Tried a different sd, same results. Are only some sd's compatible with the bushnell? Which ones? Or do i have a defective bushnell?

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  • Anonymous Dec 29, 2007

    I bought a 1 gig card (the manual says that is the max memory the binocs could read, so not a surprise your 2 gig card didn't work) but I got the same error when trying to get my pictures onto the computer. I had a digital camera with a 256MB SD card and I tried that in my binoculars--it works perfectly. As fix suggestion #1 below states, I believe the memory size of the SD card is the issue. Try a 256 or 512 and I bet your binocular camera will download fine.

  • inteljag Aug 21, 2008

    Same problem. I used a 2GB disk - nowhere in my manual (model 11-8321) does it say only use 1 GB card. Problem is I have pictures from the Galapagos Islands on three 2 GB disks - I can not lose them. These are one of a kind pics. There mustb e some way to get these pics.

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The Bushnell website says model 11-8321 cannot use an SD card larger than 512MB. (Look under Customer Service, ImageView FAQs.) That's the bottom line. Period.

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Problem is unit will not work with an SD disk over 512MB. For some reason if the SD Card is 1GB or larger you will receive the message the card needs formatting. Verified this after many hours of trying to get 1 and 2GB cards to work. Used 512MB cards or less and the camera works perfectly. Originally got this info from a tech support facility that does support for Bushnell.

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I had the same problem too using a 1GB , I also had a 256MB and it works in the Bushnell Binocular. Thanks to the other senders with solutions. I am just verifying it does have a problem with a card 1Gb & larger & a smaller card fixes the problem.

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This is the third problem i have seen on here with the same type of binoculars/camera . I checked and rechecked even with the company and cannot find a proper solution i am sorry to say.

Posted on Aug 06, 2007

  • Anonymous Aug 07, 2007

    ok Try to take the scandisk to a local photo place with a kiosk. The moblie photo makers.
    try your sd there see if it works.

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