1. Insert a microSD card** into the microSD Card Slot of the unit.
2. In the Gallery, select the Photo Transfer icon to transfer all of
your saved photos from the unit’s internal memory to the inserted
3. After the photo transfer is completed***, take the microSD card out
of the unit and insert it into a computer.
4. The saved photos**** are located in the microSD card’s folder
#TELESCOPE/XX/YY. XX is a two-digit number from 01 to 16 that
will be assigned to the folder name. YY is another two-digit number
from 01 to 19 that will be assigned to the sub-folder name.
5. Copy the folder #TELESCOPE directly to the computer. DO NOT
cut and paste the files individually from this folder.
**The unit supports microSD cards up to 32GB (not included).
***During the photo transfer process, do not remove the microSD card or power off the unit. Doing so may corrupt the transferring photo or cause the unit to freeze. Corrupted photos will be displayed in the Gallery with an error icon.
****The saved photos will display a time and date that is not accurate, since the device does not have an internal clock.
• Do not rename, edit or delete the folder #TELESCOPE or any of
• Do not add any folders to the folder #TELESCOPE or any of its
• Do not rename, edit or delete any files in the folder #TELESCOPE
or any of its sub-folders.
• Do not add any files to the folder #TELESCOPE or any of its sub-folders.
If a microSD card is inserted into the device with renamed, edited,
deleted, or added folders or files, the Gallery may exhibit the following
• Some saved photos may not be displayed.
• Some saved photos may be displayed with an error icon .
• The display order of the saved photos may be incorrect. New photos
that are taken while in Telescope mode may not be displayed on
the first page of the Gallery.
• The thumbnails and the full-screen photos may not match each other.
This may also cause unexpected behavior when trying to take more
photos while in Telescope mode:
• The device may request to overwrite existing photos that share the
same filename as the new photo being taken.