Cuddeback Expert 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
“When I’m in search of a big
buck, I use my Cuddeback.
This buck is one that I have
been after for the past couple of years.
Each year I get a photo of him, confirming
that he is still alive.”
Pat Reeve – Driven 24/7
The
#
1 digital scouting camera
Owner’s Manual
cuddebackdigital.com
Non Typical, Inc. 860 Park Lane,
Park Falls, WI 54552
1-715-762-2260
“As a TV producer and bow
hunter for ESPN... I primarily
look for ‘Cuddy Bucks’ walking
during camera light hours.
Thanks Cuddeback!!”
Tom Miranda
Advantage Adventures
“It’s photos like this that
make me proud of my
food plots and put in the
extra effort in the fall!”
Mike Wheeler – Wheeler’s Whitetails
Some of Cuddeback pro staff with
their favorite “Cuddy Bucks”
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - Owner’s Manual

“Cuddeback takes great pictures, is extremely reliableand the batteries last forever!”Jay Gregory – Host, The Wild Outdoors“When I’m in search of a bi

Page 2 - CuddeView 4-in-1 Field Viewer

TO VIEW IMAGES WITH A PC ATTACHED TOCUDDEBACK USB PORT1) Press until [Images Saved] appears(figure 24). 2) Press or . [Viewing] will appear on

Page 3 - ~ 2006 Contest Winner ~

TURNING CUDDEBACK ON AND OFFTo disarm Cuddeback and prevent it from takingpictures, slide the On/off switch to the OFF posi-tion. The date and time wi

Page 4 - Introduction

To re-enable E-Z Mode1) Remove the batteries from Cuddeback.2) Install the batteries. Slide On/off switch to ON.3) When the display prompts [ADV ModeC

Page 5 - STEP 1

Password Protection prevents an unauthorizedperson from using your Cuddeback. Cuddebackfeatures two passwords, an owner passwordanda lock password. Ha

Page 6 - To remove batteries

SETTING THE LOCK PASSWORDThe method to set the lock password is similarto setting the owner password. To change thelock password you must first enter

Page 7

Step 2 - Enter the 5 numbers you want for thelock password7) The display should be [New LPW <0 >](figure 41). (LPW is the abbreviation for L

Page 8 - 11:13 AM

c. Once the character you want is displayed,press to advance to the secondposition. d. Press to change the second character.Continue t

Page 9 - STEP 8 - Viewing Images

a. Press numerous times. The “(“ willchange and continue to change as ispressed. Keep pressing to see all theavailable charact

Page 10

CONTROLLING THE TIME THE CAMERA OPERATESCuddeback allows you to set the time of day youwant the camera to operate. This is programmedwith a feature ca

Page 11 - ADV Mode

1) Press until the date and time is displayed. 2) Press to view the first item, New Images. 3) Press again to view the next i

Page 12 - THEFTSTOP PLUS

CuddeView is the ONLY device you need to view, transfer and delete your digital scouting camera images.New from Cuddeback ... the CuddeView 4-in-1 F

Page 13 - Owner PW

Setting the Event DelayEvent Delay is the amount of time Cuddebackwill wait after recording an event before it willrecord another event.1) Press

Page 14 - SETTING THE LOCK PASSWORD

VIEWING IMAGES ON A TV FASTERIf you use a TV to view images in EZ Mode, youwill notice that it takes a few seconds to displaythe image. In Advanced Mo

Page 15 - ENTERING THE OWNER NAME

Capture Mode. This selects what type of actionwill trigger an image. The options are Motion,Time Lapse, Both. ➢ Motion - Cuddeback will activate the

Page 16 - (715)762

MOTION / HEAT DETECTOR SENSITIVITY LEVELThe sensitivity of Cuddeback's motion/heat sensor can be changed.1) Press numerous times until [Ut

Page 17 - SETTING THE FLASH POWER

When to Format a Compact Flash Card1) Format your card when you want to erase all images, videos, events, and otherfiles on the card. 2) If you exp

Page 18

Using Cuddeback without a Compact Flash cardWhen Cuddeback is used without a Compact Flash card, images are stored inCuddeback's internal image m

Page 19

52LIMITED WARRANTY (continued)3. (CONTINUED)SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR LIMI-TATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED

Page 20 - Figure 67

Cuddeback Digital Photo and Video SubmissionWe want to see your images and videos in our online gallery. The topphotos/videos are selected each year b

Page 21 - Standard

What You Need...6Before you can use your Cuddeback, youwill need the following items:1) One or more Compact Flash Cards. We rec-ommend a size of 256MB

Page 22

8STEP 1 -FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH CUDDEBACKTake a moment to familiarize yourself with Cuddeback's parts.Flash LensCamera windowCover screwrecept

Page 23 - TAKING A PICTURE MANUALLY

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 24 - T number

12Figure 9Enables/disables camera;also used to viewinformationSet key – sets date, time,delays, etc.Up keyDown keyGeneral purpose keyWhat each key doe

Page 25

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

Page 26 - LIMITED WARRANTY (continued)

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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