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How to set the tine on and off camera systems ?

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Date and Time Setup:

  1. Now press the right click button on the mouse to access the Main Menu. Then select the Setup icon.
  2. On the Setup menu, select the Display icon. ( Shown Below)
  3. Now in the Display menu, under the Time tab, you will be able to adjust the Date and Time.

Posted on Jun 15, 2020

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1. Tap on CAMERA at the bottom, tap and hold the camera that you wanted to change then go to SETTINGS.
2. Tap on ABOUT CAMERA.
3. Tap on TIMEZONE
4. Now change the Timezone and you can also turn on Daylight Saving On, then once you're finished, tap on Done.

Posted on Jun 14, 2020

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