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2.3 Parts of the camera 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
Camera Perch (See below for instructions) Base Lens ring (turn to focus image) Indicator LED (on, off, flashing) Microphone USB cable Snapshot button
2.4 Use of the camera high base
The high base / mouse pad combines everyday camera use with convenient scanning purposes.
Mounting the parallel antennas:
Mounting / Removing the camera:
Slide the base of the parallel antennas into the mouse pad supporting the high base. Top left if you are right-handed, top right if you are lefthanded.
Mounting: Hold the camera pointing 90 degrees sideways and push it down onto the support pin, then twist it 90 degrees back so it faces you. Removing (in reverse order): First, twist the camera 90 degrees sideways and then pull it up off of the support pin.