Check out the videos below to get started with Bird Photo Booth. Please also consider joining the Bird Photo Booth users group on Facebook. Here is the link to join:
How to setup the Bird Photo Booth feeder
How to setup the Bird Photo Booth 2.0 4k motion activated bird cam (Please start by using motion detection mode. It’s the easiest way to capture bird photos and video.)
Learn how to connect to your bird cam’s built-in Wi-Fi network to remotely watch, photograph, and film birds in real-time using the Bird Photo Booth app. for iOS and Android mobile devices.
How to install the Bird Photo Booth 2.0 power bank and extend your bird cams recording time up to 2 days
Learn how to remove the Bird Photo Booth 2.0 bird cam from the waterproof case. (The bird cam must be removed from the waterproof plastic case in order to be secured inside the Bird Photo Booth 2.0 bird feeder.)
Watch the video below to see the different ways you can set up the Bird Photo Booth 2.0 bird feeder.
Click on the link below to download the Bird Photo Booth app. for iOS:
Click on the link below to download the Bird Photo Booth app. for Android:
- How long does the Bird Photo Booth bird cam battery last?
- Does the bird cam have a memory card to store footage?
The Bird Photo Booth bird cam uses a 900mah lithium-ion rechargeable battery. It runs for around 2.5 hours before needing to be recharged. Please note: There is a power bank accessory that we sell for $25 that extends the bird cam’s recording time up to two days.
The Bird Photo Booth bird cam accepts microSD cards up to 64gb (Class 10). (NOT INCLUDED) Your bird cams footage is stored on the mircoSD card and you can upload it directly to your computer with the provided USB cable. You do not have to remove the microSD card from the bird cam to upload footage to your computer.