Cuddeback EXCITE Owner's Manual

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“Cuddeback takes great pictures, is
extremely reliable and the batteries
last forever!”
Jay Gregory – Host, The Wild Outdoors
“Cuddeback saves you time and money.
Find the trails the big bucks are on with
Cuddeback!”
Mike Wheeler – Wheeler’s Whitetails
“Cuddeback‘s trigger speed is legendary
... it blows the competition away!”
Dick Scorzafava – The Radical Bowhunter
“I see thousands of scouting camera
images each year. Nothing compares
to Cuddeback!”
Walt Larsen – Scouting camera columnist
The
#
1 digital scouting camera
‘06 Owner’s Manual
cuddebackdigital.com
Non Typical, Inc. 860 Park Lane,
Park Falls, WI 54552
1-715-762-2260
What the pros are saying about Cuddeback
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - ‘06 Owner’s Manual

“Cuddeback takes great pictures, is extremely reliable and the batteries last forever!”Jay Gregory – Host, The Wild Outdoors“Cuddeback saves you time

Page 2 - Use our exclusive Bear Safe!

10Figure 9Enables/disables camera;also used to viewinformationSet key – sets date, time,delays, etc.Up keyDown keyGeneral purpose keyWhat each key doe

Page 3

a) If [Camera Delay] is not displayed on theLCD, press numerous times until[Camera Delay] is displayed (figure 11).b) Press or to change the setti

Page 4

STEP 5 - KEY IS FOR CONTROLLINGCUDDEBACKPress to view information and to set theoperating mode. 1) View Date and Time (figure 15) - Pressuntil

Page 5

STEP 6 - ATTACHING CUDDEBACK TO A TREEFor best image quality install Cuddeback about 10feet from the place animals are expected. AttachCuddeback to a

Page 6

STEP 7 - CHECKING CUDDEBACKTo field-check Cuddeback, remove the cover andpress . A series of messages will be displayed.Press until [Images Saved]

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STEP 7 - CHECKING CUDDEBACKTo field-check Cuddeback, remove the cover andpress . A series of messages will be displayed.Press until [Images Saved]

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STEP 6 - ATTACHING CUDDEBACK TO A TREEFor best image quality install Cuddeback about 10feet from the place animals are expected. AttachCuddeback to a

Page 9

STEP 5 - KEY IS FOR CONTROLLINGCUDDEBACKPress to view information and to set theoperating mode. 1) View Date and Time (figure 15) - Pressuntil

Page 10

a) If [Camera Delay] is not displayed on theLCD, press numerous times until[Camera Delay] is displayed (figure 11).b) Press or to change the setti

Page 11 - STORING CUDDEBACK

10Figure 9Enables/disables camera;also used to viewinformationSet key – sets date, time,delays, etc.Up keyDown keyGeneral purpose keyWhat each key doe

Page 12 - CUDDEBACK

Thank you for purchasing a Cuddeback Excite! We are sure you willenjoy getting images of deer, birds and other animals for years to come. Weencourage

Page 13

91) Press until [Utilities? C = Yes] is displayed.2) Press .3) Press numerous times until [Format Card? C= Yes] is displayed.4) P

Page 14 - STEP 8 - VIEWING IMAGES

STEP 2 - TURNING CUDDEBACK ON1) Slide the On/off Switch to the OFF position (figure 4). 2) Remove the Compact Flash Card if it is installed (figure 5)

Page 15

7“Cuddeback is the WAY TO GO FOR GREATPICTURES when you can't be there.”Rocky Retzer – Ridgway, PA“Some of our pictures are so vivid thatpeople c

Page 16

STEP 1 -FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH CUDDEBACKTake a moment to familiarize yourself with Cuddeback's parts.Flash LensCamera windowCover screwrecepta

Page 17

CUDDEBACK STORES IMAGES ON COMPACT FLASH CARDSImages are stored on a Compact Flash card (notincluded). The Compact Flash card slot is locatedon the bo

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What You Need...4Before you can use your Cuddeback youwill need the following items:1) One or more Compact Flash Cards. We recom-mend a size of 256MB

Page 19

Table of contentsIntroduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Cuddeback Stores Images

Page 20 - DIAGNOSTICS DISPLAY

Thank you for purchasing a Cuddeback Excite! We are sure you willenjoy getting images of deer, birds and other animals for years to come. Weencourage

Page 21

“Cuddeback takes great pictures, is extremely reliable and the batteries last forever!”Jay Gregory – Host, The Wild Outdoors“Cuddeback saves you time

Page 22 - File System - FAT and FAT32

Table of contentsIntroduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Cuddeback Stores Images

Page 23 - STEP 1

What You Need...4Before you can use your Cuddeback youwill need the following items:1) One or more Compact Flash Cards. We recom-mend a size of 256MB

Page 24 - TV REQUIREMENTS

CUDDEBACK STORES IMAGES ON COMPACT FLASH CARDSImages are stored on a Compact Flash card (notincluded). The Compact Flash card slot is locatedon the bo

Page 25 - Introduction

STEP 1 -FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH CUDDEBACKTake a moment to familiarize yourself with Cuddeback's parts.Flash LensCamera windowCover screwrecepta

Page 26 - Table of contents

7“Cuddeback is the WAY TO GO FOR GREATPICTURES when you can't be there.”Rocky Retzer – Ridgway, PA“Some of our pictures are so vivid thatpeople c

Page 27

STEP 2 - TURNING CUDDEBACK ON1) Slide the On/off Switch to the OFF position (figure 4). 2) Remove the Compact Flash Card if it is installed (figure 5)

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91) Press until [Utilities? C = Yes] is displayed.2) Press .3) Press numerous times until [Format Card? C= Yes] is displayed.4) P

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