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I was so happy that the owner's manual was available. It is well written and helped me to use the radio/CD player/recorder without problems. Thanks for making it available.
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Mounting the camera
Camera mounting screw hole
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When mounting the camera on a fixer, pan/ tilt, etc., use the camera mounting screw hole located on the camera-mounting bracket. CAUTION: Use the screw with a length shorter than 7mm from a camera-mounting face.
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Installation of camera â¢ Mounting from the bottom This camera is originally designed to be mounted from the bottom, as shown q. The hole is standard photographic panhead screw size (1/4-20 UNC). Example the Fixing unit or Pan/Tilt unit. â¢ Mounting from the top Remove the CAMERA MOUNTING BRACKET from the bottom of the camera by removing two fixing screws as shown w. Attach the CAMERA MOUNTING BRACKET to the top, then mount the camera on the Fixing Unit as shown e. Make sure that two original screws are used when mounting the CAMERA MOUNTING BRACKET. Be sure to use a 6 mm long locking screw for the cameramounting bracket. (This camera is used indoor and under similar conditions.)
Rotation prevention hole
Furthermore, make use of the rotation prevention hole to prevent the camera from falling and securely mount the camera. Special precautions must be taken for mounting the camera on a wall or a ceiling. We are not liable for any damage caused by improper installation. Fall Prevention â¢ Exercise maximum caution when installing the unit to the wall or ceiling. You should not engage in the installation work yourself. Ask a professional to do the job,
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since the fall of the unit can result in
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injuries and accidents. â¢ When installing the unit on a fixer, Pan/
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Tilt unit, etc., make sure to install it firmly using a rotation-preventing hole provided to prevent fall. â¢ To prevent fall, connect the unit to a section with sufficient strength (ceiling slab or channel) using a fall prevention wire such as a wire chain and the like. Use the screw hole on the back of the unit for installation. Pay utmost attention to the length of the wire, too. â¢ Specified screw (M3 Ã 6 mm) Never use any screw longer than the specified length as the inside can be damaged.