If you're looking for a way to conveniently attach your monitor to your camera, then this guide is for you. In just seven steps, we'll show you how to easily mount the two together so that they work as one piece.
Choose a mounting location and twist the base of the camera to loosen it, then tighten it again.
Make sure your camera is pointing in the right direction, then tighten further until it's secure.
Now that the camera is securely attached to your Camera Monitor, it's time to adjust it so you can get a good view of your surroundings. You can swivel the lens through 350 degrees horizontally and 90 degrees vertically. The camera can be tilted up and down by about 20 degrees as well.
Now that you've located the power adapter input on your camera, it's time to attach it. Insert the power adapter into the hole (it will fit snugly) and twist until you hear a clicking sound. This will secure your power supply in place and prevent any problems with disconnecting or malfunctioning while filming.
Now that you know where to find this important feature on your new camera monitor, go ahead and start filming!
Make sure the power adapter is connected to the base of your monitor.
Make sure that it's facing in the right direction.
Check to make sure it's inserted all the way into the base of your monitor.
To locate the video output cable, open up the box containing your camera. If you don't see the video output cable right away, look inside of its original packaging or check in another box with other cables. The video output cable should be red, white and yellow in color and very similar to a standard television's A/V (audio/video) connections.
If you can’t find this type of cable, contact customer support during normal business hours (Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm EST). The tech support team will be able to help determine if there are any other options available for you to use with your camera and monitor set up before sending someone over to help out with installation issues.
Connect the video output cable to your monitor as shown in the illustration.
Make sure that both your camera and monitor are on, and that their power switches are set to ON.
Switch on your monitor and turn it to channel 1 or 2 (depending on what you have set up).
Make sure that both the camera and the monitor are set to use UHF band III frequencies (usually 585 - 790 MHz), which is common for most systems.
Once you've installed the camera and secured it to your External Camera Screen, you'll need to install two AA batteries into the remote control handset. The remote control uses two AA batteries (not included). It's easy to find these at any local store, or online at places like Amazon. They're also easy to replace if they die—just take them out and pop in new ones!
Choose your mounting location. You want to choose a spot that is close to your computer so you don't have to move the camera around too much, but far enough away that it doesn't get in the way of other things on your desk or in front of it.
Twist the base of the camera. The base should rotate until it's facing straight up and down, like an upside-down L shape. This will make sure that when you swivel your monitor through 350 degrees horizontally and 90 degrees vertically, you'll be able to easily see everything in front of and behind it on screen.
Swivel through 350 degrees horizontally and 90 degrees vertically. Now that your base is turned, simply swivel back and forth through these dimensions until they feel correct for how close or far away from each other they are at any given moment during use; once this feels natural enough, fasten them into place by twisting again until there's no more movement possible without breaking something off inside due to tension created by tightening screws too tightly (which would cause damage). Then move onto step 4 below before continuing!
Now, you can easily attach your monitor to your camera with these easy steps. The quality of the image on your monitor will depend on how well it was attached, so be sure to do this correctly!