can I view with my CaptureView Binoculars?
A: Use your CaptureView Binoculars for Sporting Events,
Bird-watching, Public Events, viewing wildlife. Anything
you would use a standard pair of binoculars for, the CaptureView
will see and give you the added advantage of capturing the
These cameras have a Video Mode. How long can
the videos be?
A: In Video Mode the CaptureView 8x22 Digital Camera
Binocular will take movies (AVI Format) of up to 200 seconds
in length. Use this mode to capture not just a moment,
but the mood and feeling of an event.
How many images will it hold?
A: The Meade CaptureView 8x22 Digital Camera Binocular
willl hold up to 360, 640x480 (VGA) pictures.
Will the CaptureView work in low light? Can
I use it in a concert hall or indoor sporting event?
A: This new model of CaptureView comes with
a high sensitivity Micron® sensor. This sensor is
very sensitive to light and is perfect for low light conditions.
You can take picture at dusk or at a nighttime sporting
event. Take photo's at any indoor venue such as concerts,
plays, or events in an auditorium.
Can I use other programs to manipulate my images?
Can I use them to download images from my Camera?
A: You can use your other photo imaging programs
to manipulate your images. The CaptureView binoculars
will have no trouble downloading images to other software.
How do I focus the Camera?
A: The camera is always in Focus from 49 feet to
infinity. If you take pictures of objects closer than
49 feet they may appear fuzzy or blurry. When looking
through the binoculars you will need to focus them for
your eyes, but the camera will always be in focus.
computer doesn't see the camera. What do I do?
A: Look for the CaptureView Binocular Camera in
Windows Explorer. The Camera should be listed as "Removable
Disk" or "Binocular". You can browse the
camera's memory as if it were a hard drive. You may now
copy images or files from the camera's memory to your
PC just as you would with any external hard drive or flash
If the CaptureView Binocular Camera is not visible in
Windows Explorer, try changing USB ports. Make sure to
use a USB port directly on the computer, not a shared
port or USB hub.