These options can be accessed by pressing the MENU button while in Video Mode.
NOTE: The menu is not accessible while a video is being recorded.
Lets you choose the video format.
When recording video, the CDR 830 does not save one long video file. Instead it records sequential video clips. The “Loop Recording” setting lets you choose the length of the video clips. After the SD card is full, the oldest file will be deleted in order to save a new file.
If Loop Recording is set to OFF then the unit will record a 30-minute video and then stop.
Adjusts the image light gain.
This will turn on/off the motion sensor. When the CDR830 detects motion in the filed of view, it will start recording. The recording will stop if motion stops.
Allows you to enable/disable the microphone. When recording a video you can also control the microphone by pressing the UP button.
You can decide whether to have a date stamp on the recorded video.
Allows you to enable/disable the G-sensor. When set to ON the CDR830 will permanently save the current video clip if an impact is detected.