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Your V50 Elite 1,Getting Started 3,Overview of Modes 4. Customizing Your V50 Elite 7,Connecting Your V50 Elite With Remote 14. Controlling Your V50 Elite With Your Voice 14,Connecting to The AKASO DV APP 15. Playing Back Your Content 15,Deleting Videos and Photos On Your V50 Elite 16. Offloading Your Content 16, Offloading Your Content to Smartphone or Tablet 16.
Adjusting the Zoom Level 18,Reformatting Your Microsd Card 18. Maintenance Your Camera 18,Maximizing Battery Life 18. Battery Storage and Handling 19,Mounting Your Camera 20. Contact US 22,YOUR V50 ELITE,1 Shutter WiFi Select Button 7 Screen. 2 Power Mode Exit Button 8 Up Button,3 MicroSD Slot 9 Down Button.
4 Micro USB Port 10 Tripod Hole,5 Micro HDMI Port 11 Battery Door. Note Camera does not record sound when it is in the waterproof case. GETTING STARTED TURNING ON OFF Wi Fi, Welcome to your AKASO V50 Elite To capture video and photos you need a micro SD To turn on Wi Fi. card sold separately Turn on camera in Video or Photo Mode press and hold Wi Fi button for three seconds to. turn on Wi Fi,MICRO SD CARDS, Use brand name memory cards that meet these requirements To turn off Wi Fi. micro SD micro SDHC or micro SDXC Press and hold Wi Fi button for three seconds to turn off Wi Fi. UHS 3 rating only,Capacity up to 64GB,Note OVERVIEW OF MODES. 1 Please format the micro SD card first in this camera before using To keep your micro SD There are 7 modes Video Photo Video Playback Photo Playback Video Setting Photo. card in good condition reformat it on a regular basis Reformatting erases all of your Setting and Camera Setting. content so be sure to offload your photos and videos first. 2 FAT32 and exFAT format Micro SD card stops recording when the storage of each file is VIDEO MODE. over 4GB and starts to record again on a new file Video Mode is the default mode when you turn on the camera. In Video Mode press Shutter button the camera starts recording video Press Shutter. POWERING ON OFF button to stop recording video,To Power On.
Press and hold the Mode button for three seconds The camera beeps while the camera. status light is on When information appears on the display or the camera status screen. your camera is on,To Power Off, Press and hold the Mode button for three seconds The camera beeps while the camera. status light is off,SWITCHING MODE,To Switch Mode, Press the Mode button after you turn on the camera you can switch the mode. 30FPS 09 17 2018 10 20 15,To Exit Mode,Press the Mode button to exit mode. PHOTO MODE PHOTO SETTING MODE, Press Mode button once to switch to Photo Mode after you turn on camera Press Mode button several times to switch to Photo Setting Mode. In Photo Mode press Shutter button the camera takes a photo. PhotoSetting,Photo Resolution,Time Lapse Interval,Time Lapse Duration.
PLAYBACK MODE, Press Mode button several times to switch to Playback Mode. VIDEO SETTING MODE In Playback Mode press the Up Down button to playback video or photo files. Press Mode button several times to switch to Video Setting Mode. CAMERA SETTING MODE, Press Mode button several times to switch to Camera Setting Mode. VideoSetting,CameraSetting,Video Resolution,Video Encoder. Image Stabilization,Distortion Calibration,Loop Recording. Date Stamp, CUSTOMIZING YOUR V50 ELITE 4 Loop Recording Unlimited 2 Min 3 Min 5 Min.
Default setting is Unlimited,VIDEO SETTING, Using Loop Recording you can continuously record video but save only the moments that. 1 Video Resolution 4K 60FPS 4K 30FPS 2 7K 60FPS 2 7K 30FPS 1080P 120FPS. you want For example if you select a 5 minute interval only the previous 5 minutes are. 1080P 60FPS 1080P 30FPS 720P 240FPS 720P 120FPS, saved when you press the Shutter button to stop recording If you record for 5 minutes. 720P 60FPS, and do not press the Shutter button to stop recording and save the camera records a new. Default setting is 4K 30FPS, 5 minute interval by recording over your previous 5 minutes of footage When the micro. Note When capturing video at high resolutions or high frame rates in warm ambient. SD card is full the new files will cover the old one if loop recording is on. temperatures the camera may become warm and use more power. Note Loop Recording is disabled when Image Stabilization is on. 2 Video Encoder H 264 H 265, 5 Time Lapse Interval Off 1 Sec 3 Sec 5 Sec 10 Sec 30 Sec 1 Min.
Default setting is H 264,Default setting is Off, A video codec is an electronic circuit or software that compresses or decompresses. Time Lapse Video creates video from frames captured at specific intervals This option lets. digital video It converts uncompressed video to a compressed format or vice versa. you capture a time lapse event and immediately view or share it as a video Time Lapse. Video is captured without audio, According to multiple studies HEVC High Efficiency Video Coding H 265 should deliver. Select 3 seconds means recording 3 seconds to get one frame per second. up to 50 better compression than H 264 in video on demand VOD applications which. For example If you select 4K 30FPS and 3 seconds you need to record 90 seconds then. means better quality at half the bit rate In live encoding which obviously has to be. you can get 1 second video for 4K 30FPS, performed in real time the initial expectations are a 35 bandwidth reduction at similar. Note Time Lapse Video is disabled when Image Stabilization is on. quality levels Alternatively HEVC can also enable larger resolution movies whether 2K. 6 Time Lapse Duration Unlimited 5 Min 10 Min 15 Min 20 Min 30 Min 60 Min. Default setting is Unlimited, In addition encoding existing SD and HD content with HEVC rather than H 264 will add. Note If you want to set Time Lapse Duration please turn on Time Lapse Interval first. to cost savings and or the ability to stream higher quality video to lower bit rate. connections,7 Slow Motion Movie On Off,Default setting is Off.
3 Image Stabilization On Off, Slow motion is an effect in film making whereby time appears to be slowed down. Default setting is Off, Note Please select 1080P 120FPS 720P 240FPS or 720P 120FPS when you want to record. This setting adjusts the footage to offset for motion during capture The result is smoother. slow motion movie, footage especially in activities with relatively small but fast motion including cycling. motorcycling and handheld uses,8 Fast Motion Movie Off 2x 4x 6x 10x 15x. Default setting is Off, Note Image Stabilization is disabled when you select 4K 60FPS 2 7K 60FPS.
Action that appears to move faster than normal on the screen accomplished by filming. 1080P 120FPS or all 720P video resolution, the action at less than normal speed in the camera and then projecting it at normal speed. 9 Wind Noise Reduction On Off 3 Time Lapse Interval Unlimited 3 Sec 5 Sec 10 Sec 30 Sec 1 Min. Default setting is Off Default setting is Unlimited. Turn on Wind Noise Reduction it can lower the noise to an acceptable level Time Lapse Photo captures a series of photos at specified intervals Use this mode to. capture photos of any activity then choose the best ones later. 10 Angle Wide Medium Narrow Note Time Lapse Photo is disabled when Burst Photo is on. Default setting is Wide, The angle refers to how much of the scene can be captured through the camera lens 4 Time Lapse Duration Unlimited 5 Min 10 Min 15 Min 20 Min 30 Min 60 Min. Wide angle captures the largest amount of the scene while Narrow angle captures the least Default setting is Unlimited. Note Medium and Narrow is disabled when Image Stabilization is on Note If you want to set Time Lapse Duration please turn on Time Lapse Interval first. 11 Sound Record On Off 5 Night Lapse On Off,Default setting is On Default setting is Off. Turn off Sound Record the camera does not record audio when you record video Captures a series of photos at specific intervals and exposure times Use Night Lapse in low. light environments such as when capturing the night sky over a period of time. 12 Auto Low Light On Off, Default setting is Off 6 Burst Photo Off 3 shots 1s 7 shots 2s 15 shots 4s 30 shots 8s. Auto Low Light mode will automatically adjust settings according to lighting conditions to Default setting is Off. achieve the best low light performance Even if you move back and forth between bright Burst captures up to 30 photos in 8 seconds so it is perfect for capturing fast moving. and dark environments you do not need to manually adjust the camera settings activities. Note Auto Low Light is disabled when you select 4K 60FPS 4K 30FPS 2 7K 60FPS or. 2 7K 30FPS video resolution 7 Delay Timer Off Delay 3s Delay 5s Delay 10s Delay 20s. Default setting is Off, 13 Drive Mode On Off A delay timer gives a delay between pressing the shutter release and the shutter s firing It.
Default setting is Off is most commonly used to let photographers to take a photo of themselves often with. If you turn on Drive Mode and connect camera with car cigarette lighter the camera will family. turn on automatically if you start your car and will turn off if you stop your car. 8 Long Exposure Off 1 Sec 2 Sec 5 Sec 8 Sec 30 Sec 1 Min. PHOTO SETTING,Default setting is Off,1 Photo Resolution 20MP 16MP 12MP 10MP 8MP 5MP. Long exposures are easiest to accomplish in low light conditions but can be done in. Default setting is 20M, brighter light using neutral density filters or specially designed cameras. Note Long Exposure is disabled when Burst Photo is on. 2 ISO Auto 100 200 400 800 1600 3200,Default setting is Auto. ISO determines the camera s sensitivity to light and creates a trade off between brightness. and resulting image noise Image noise refers to the degree of graininess in the image. CAMERA SETTING 8 Power on Auto Record On Off,1 Sounds Default setting is Off. Shutter On Off If you turn on Power on Auto Record the camera records video automatically after you. Boot up On Off turn on V50 Elite,Beep On Off, Volume 0 1 2 3 Default setting is 2 9 Power Frequency 50Hz 60Hz.
Default setting is on Default setting is 50Hz, You can turn on or off the shutter boot up beep sounds. 10 White Balance Auto Daylight Cloudy Tungsten Light White Fluorescent. 2 BT On Off Remote Underwater,Default setting is Off Default setting is Auto. You can also hold and press Down button for three seconds to turn on BT White Balance lets you adjust the color temperature of videos and photos to optimize for. cool or warm lighting conditions When you change this setting the display immediately. 3 Distortion Calibration On Off shows you the effect on your image. Default setting is Off, Turn on Distortion Calibration it can correct the image distortion 11 Exposure 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0. Note Distortion Calibration is disabled when you select 4K 60FPS video resolution Default setting is 0 0. By default your camera uses the entire image to determine the appropriate exposure level. 4 Date Stamp Off Date Date Time However Exposure lets you select an area that you want the camera to prioritize when. Default setting is Off determining exposure This setting is particularly useful in shots where an important region. If you select Date Time this camera adds date and time to the video or photos you take might otherwise be over or underexposed. 5 Date Time 06 01 2018 01 03 MM DD YY When you change this setting the display immediately shows you the effect on your. Default setting is MM DD YY HH MM image If you change modes the camera returns to using the entire scene to determine. the correct level of exposure,6 Screen Saver Off 30 Sec 1 Min 2 Min. Default setting is 1 Min 12 Reset Wi Fi Setting Yes No. Turns off the display after a period of inactivity to save battery life To turn on the display Default setting is No. again press any button on the camera This option can erase the Wi Fi data of V50 Elite. 7 Auto Power Off Off 1 Min 2 Min 13 Language English Portuguese Japanese German Italian Spanish French. Default setting is 2 Min Default setting is English. Powers off your V50 Elite after a period of inactivity to save battery life. 14 Format Card Yes No CONNECTING YOUR V50 ELITE WITH REMOTE. Default setting is No 1 Turn on camera, To keep your micro SD card in good condition reformat it on a regular basis Reformatting 2 Press and hold the Down button for three seconds to turn on BT The screen shows BT.
erases all of your content so be sure to offload your photos and videos first ON Scanning. To reformat your card please enter Camera Setting then press Up or Down button to Note You can also go to Camera Setting to turn on BT. scroll through the options to locate Format Card option press shutter Button Up 3 Press and hold the Power button Press and hold the Power button for three seconds to. Button Shutter Button turn on remote The remote indicator flashes every second during connecting. 4 The camera screen shows Connected Remote indicator remains on after V50 Elite. 15 System connects with remote successfully,Default Setting Yes No. System Info V50 Elite YYYYMMDD V1 Note Photo indicator flashes when you take a photo Video indicator flashes two seconds. Card Info during video recording, Default Setting option resets all settings to their default values. System Info option let you check the model version and updated time of your V50 Elite. Card Info option let you check the capacity and free space of your micro SD card CONTROLLING YOUR V50 ELITE WITH YOUR VOICE. MANUAL V50 Elite Action Camera Your V50 Elite Getting Started Overview of Modes Customizing Your V50 Elite Connecting Your V50 Elite With Remote Controlling Your V50 Elite With Your Voice Connecting to The AKASO DV APP Playing Back Your Content Deleting Videos and Photos On Your V50 Elite Offloading Your Content Offloading Your Content to Smartphone or Tablet Adjusting the Zoom Level

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