How do I use Paper Shoot? (Quick Start)
To Turn On: Press and hold the shutter button, located on the front of the camera, for 3 seconds until the first LED turns blue.
To Shoot: To take a photo, click the shutter button, and the second LED will then flash blue for 2 to 3 seconds. Once the beep sounds and light stops flashing, the photograph has been taken.
To Turn Off: Press and hold the shutter button for 5 seconds until the first LED goes out.
Note: Paper Shoot will turn off after 90 seconds if not in use.
Photo Effects: There are four photo effects, including, Normal, Black & White, Sepia, and Blue. These can be easily changed by flicking the photo effect switch left or right to get the desired selection.
Why are there blinking LED lights? (Battery or SD card problems)
Right Continuous Blinking Light: Battery is run down.
Left Continuous Blinking Light: Memory card is full.
Both LED Lights Continuously Blinking Together: Camera can't recognize the SD card.
LED Lights Alternately Blinking: Camera reads an erroneous SD card. (Format SD card or unlock and try again.)
What do I do when there are SD card problems?
- The SD may not be inserted well, please remove SD card and insert it again.
- Format the SD card, or try another SD card under 32GB.
- Unlock the SD card and try again.
What do I do when there are battery problems?
- Only use Alkaline or rechargeable batteries (No zinc-carbon batteries).
- Check the right direction of positive and negative electrodes of the batteries.
- Check if the device is turned on (hold the shutter for three seconds).
How do I access my photo files?
The photo files can be accessed via the Micro USB interface and connection cable, which can be connected to a computer (PC or MAC).
Are there any precautions I can take before using Paper Shoot?
Do not expose Paper Shoot to any form of water, including rain, moisture, dripping or splashing.
Do not subject Paper Shoot to excessive vibration, force, or pressure.
Do not attempt to repair any unit by yourself.
Keep small parts in a safe place and out of the reach of children under 5.
What is the resolution and format of the photo taken by Paper Shoot?
Each photo has 5,038,848 effective pixels with JPEG format.
Why can't I have a clear shot?
Excessive reflection of light from an object within the picture may lead to blurred photos.
Pictures can also blur due to vibration while taking a photo.