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Polaroid Cube

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Using Your Polaroid Cube+ Camera

 

On

Hold the multifunction button until the LED turns green and you hear 3 beeps. All set!

 

Off

Hold multifunction button until the LED turns off and you hear 1 long beep followed by 1 short beep.

 

Charging the Battery

The battery in your Cube+ comes partially charged. To charge, connect the included USB cable to the camera and connect the other end of the cable to a power source such as a computer or wall outlet. No damage will occur to the camera or battery if used prior to a full charge.

 

SD Card

A microSD card must be present for your Polaroid Cube+ to work. To insert a microSD card, lift the rear cover and with the metal contacts facing up, insert the card and gently push in until you hear a click. To remove a card, gently tap the card and the SD card will pop out.

 

If no microSD card is present, your camera will beep continuously and the LED will blink orange until a new microSD card is inserted.

 

Your camera will also blink orange if there is a problem reading the card. You may need to format your card or try a different card.

 

● When your microSD memory is almost full (1GB remaining), the LED will blink alternating orange and red. Once the SD card is completely full you’ll hear a single short beep and you will no longer be able to take photos or videos. The LED will blink orange and red until the microSD card is removed or data is transferred from the camera.

 

 

● Your Polaroid Cube+ camera can accommodate microSD cards with storage capacities up to 128GB. We suggest using microSD cards Class 10 and above. Cards lower than Class 6 may cause slower recording/reading speed as well as other unexpected issues.

 

Still Photos

Press the multifunction button once. You'll hear a short beep and the LED will blink red once.

 

Video

Double press the multifunction button. You’ll hear two short beeps and the LED will blink red while you are recording. To stop recording, press the multifunction button one time. You’ll hear a single short beep and the LED will return to a solid green.

Install the Polaroid Cube+ App

Downloading the Polaroid Cube+ app will allow you to access many advanced functions of your Cube+ camera and will also allow you to use your smartphone as a viewfinder. Download the Polaroid Cube+ app from the App Store and follow the onscreen instructions to set up your account and sync to your camera.

● For FAQs, trouble shooting or customer service, go to www.polaroidcube.com/support

 

Connecting to Wi-Fi

Press and hold the Wi-Fi button. You’ll hear one long beep and the LED will blink blue as it connects.

– Go to the Settings menu on your smartphone.
– Select the Wi-Fi menu.
– Select the CUBE+ XXXXXXXX (the 8-digit number will vary).
– When prompted, input the Polaroid Cube+ standard Wi-Fi password “1234567890”.

It may take up to 5 seconds for the Wi-Fi connection to be established. While connected, the LED will blink a low-intensity blue.
 

To disconnect from Wi-Fi, press and hold the Wi-Fi button until you hear a long beep and the LED stops blinking blue

 

Using the App to Take Photos and Videos

 

Open the Polaroid Cube+ app. After setting up your account/signing in, you’ll be taken to the Viewfinder screen. The screen automatically opens up to video capture. To change to another capture mode, tap the video icon in the left bottom corner of the screen. Icons of other photo/video modes will appear across the bottom of the screen. Tap the preferred icon to access that mode.
 

Your account settings can be adjusted at any time in the Camera Detail screen of the Cube+ app. Tap or swipe down the small bar located at the top of the viewfinder screen to reach these settings.

 

Video

Tap once to begin recording video.

Tap once to stop recording video.

Tap to capture a still image while continuing to record video (no interruption to video).

  Resolution:

Tap this number at the top of the screen to choose between available resolution options:

- 1440p at 30fps

- 1080p at 30 or 60fps

- 720p at 30 or 60fps.

Video Time: Displays video length.

 

NOTE: For best playback on your PC or Mac of videos captured at 1440p, use QuickTime or VLC.

 

 

Slow Motion

Tap once to begin slow-motion capture.

Tap once to end slow-motion capture.

 

Slow motion is captured at 720p/120fps.

 

 

Time-Lapse

Tap once to begin time-lapse capture.

Tap once to end time-lapse capture.

Choose 1s (1 second) or 3s (3 seconds) time-lapse setting.

Recording Time: Displays total length of time-lapse video.

 

 

Still Photo

Tap once to take photo.

Megapixel Settings:

Tap this icon at the top of the screen to choose between available resolution options:

• 8 megapixel (8MP)

• 6 megapixel (6MP)

• 3 megapixel (3MP)

Timer Settings:

Tap this icon at the top of the screen to choose between available timer settings:

• Off

• 3 seconds

• 10 seconds

 

 

Burst Mode

Tapping and holding the still photo capture button will allow you to capture several photos in quick succession. Bursts capture at 10 frames per second, up to 10 photos at a time.

Burst Counter: Displays number of photos captured.

3MP is the only resolution available in Burst Mode. Your Cube+ automatically captures photos at this resolution without affecting settings for other capture modes.

 

Editing Video, Time-Lapse and Slow Motion

To edit in any of these capture formats, first select and view in playback mode.

 

Trim Start and End Frames

Tap and drag the end points to the preferred start and stop points. Trimmed frames will grey out. Tap ‘Trim’ from upper right of screen to finalize edit. (Video Trim not supported on Android.)
 

Slow Motion Start & End Points

Tap and drag the triangles to adjust slow motion start and end points.

 

Capture Stills from Video, Time-Lapse and Slow Motion

Tap any section of the video timeline to zoom into that section. Tap the image below the timeline to save it as a still image.

 

Adjusting Other Settings

You can adjust many of your Cube+ settings from the Camera Detail screen. To reach the Camera Detail screen, tap or swipe down the bar located at the top of the viewfinder screen.

Tap camera image and title to personalize with your own photos, icons and camera name.

 

Saving and Sharing

Select your photo(s) or video(s). Tap the Send icon and then choose to save or share from the menu. Then follow the prompts that follow your selection.

 

Battery and Charging

When battery reaches 10% the LED will glow orange. Your camera will automatically shut down if battery level reaches 0%.

 

To charge your Polaroid Cube+, plug it into either an outlet or computer, using the included micro USB cable. The LED will blink orange while charging. Your camera can still be used when charging from the wall outlet.

 

Understanding the LED Functions

Static Green

Camera is on, with sufficient battery power and SD memory to capture imagery.

 

Single Red Flash with Short Beep

Photo captured.
 

Rapid Red Flash with Two Short Beeps

Recording video.

 

Rapid Blue Flash with One Long Beep

Camera is pairing to Wi-Fi.

 

Intermittent Slow Blue Flashing

Camera is paired to Wi-Fi.

 

One Blue Flash with One Long Beep

Wi-Fi is being turned off while camera is on.

 

One Long Beep, No Flashing

Wi-Fi is being turned on while camera is off.

 

One Long Beep, One Short Beep, No Flashing

Camera is being turned off while Wi-Fi is on.

 

Static Orange

Battery power is under 10% (around 3.62V).

Camera will turn off when power dips to 3.55V.

 

Rapid Orange Flash with Continuous Short Beeps

No SD card present or SD card error. Insert an SD card or format the SD card and try again. Be sure to back up all image files from the existing SD card before formatting.

 

Alternating Orange and Red Flashing

Low SD capacity (1GB remaining): One short beep will sound when SD reaches capacity and camera will stop recording.

 

Rapid Orange Flash While Connected to Power or PC

Camera battery is charging.

 

Orange Flash While Connected to PC

Data is transferring between camera and PC.

 

 

Overheating

During extended use, your Polaroid Cube+ camera may feel warm to the touch. This is a normal operating occurrence and does not indicate any product defect or reason to slow down the fun.

 

Your Cube+ app will warn you with an error message if it reaches the maximum safe usage temperature of 70ºC/158ºF. If you see this warning, stop using your camera and allow it to cool. If temperatures exceeds 70ºC/158ºF, your camera will first stop recording videos and photos and eventually shut down. Your camera can be turned on again after it has cooled down to a safe temperature.

 

Magnet Safety Warnings

The magnet mount on your Polaroid Cube+ is a low-powered magnet. As with any magnet, it is best to follow these safety precautions.

 

Medical Devices:

Some medical devices can be sensitive to magnetic fields. If the user has a pacemaker, defibrillator, implanted insulin pump, or other electronic medical device or has health issues that require the use of any such device, avoid using the Polaroid Cube+ and/or any related accessories until consulting a physician.

 

Pregnant Women:

Pregnant women should consult a physician before using any magnetic device.

 

Damage to Electronics/Magnetic Storage Media:

Direct contact to magnetic fields may cause damage to magnetic storage media, hard drives, electronic devices and credit cards/items with magnetic stripes. To avoid damage, extend micro USB cord as far as possible from your computer, or use a longer micro USB cord.

 

 

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