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Accolade 2 LRF Pro
Manual
Accolade 2 LRF Pro

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Video Recording and Photography

 

Accolade 2 LRF Pro thermal imaging binoculars feature video recording and photography of the image being ranged to the internal memory card.

Before using this feature, please read the Date and Time subsections of the section General Settings.

The built-in recorder operates in two modes - Video and Photo.

Video mode. Video recording

  1. Switch to Video mode by pressing and holding the REC (4) button.
  2. In the top left corner you will see icon and remaining recording time in the format HH:MM (hours: minutes).
  3. Start video recording with a short press of the REC (4) button.
  4. Upon start of video recording icon disappears, and icon REC and recording timer in the format MM:SS (minutes : seconds) appear instead: .
  5. Pause and resume recording video with a short press of the REC (4) button.
  6. Stop recording video with a long press of the REC (4) button.
  7. Video files are saved to the memory card after stopping video.
  8. Switch between modes (Video-> Photo-> Video) with a long press of the REC (4) button.

Photo mode. Capturing an image 

  1. Switch to the Photo mode with a long press of the REC (4) button.
  2. Take a picture with a brief press of the REC (4) button. The image freezes for 0.5 sec and a photo is saved to the internal memory.
  3. In the top left corner of the display you can see: photography icon , ">100" means that you can take more than 100 pictures. If the number of available pictures is less than 100, actual amount of available pictures (for example 98) is shown next to the icon .

Notes:

  • You can enter and operate the menu during video recording.
  • Recorded videos and photos are saved to the built-in memory card in the format img_xxx.jpg (photos); video_xxx.avi (videos). xxx – three digit counter for videos and photos.
  • Counter for multimedia files cannot be reset.

Attention!

  • The maximum duration of a recorded file is five minutes. After this time expires, a video is recorded into a new file. The number of recorded files is limited by the capacity of the device's internal memory.

  •  Check regularly the free capacity of the internal memory, move recorded footage to other storage media to free up space on the internal memory card.

Important!

To playback video files recorded by thermal imaging devices on macOS based computers, we recommend that you use VLC video player or Elmedia player.

Download links are shown below:

VLC Video Player

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-macosx.html

ELMEDIA Video Player

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/elmedia-multiformat-video/id937759555?mt=12