Verizon Spartan camera only taking command photo

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  • Elizabeth Swoope

    Which model camera? GC-what?

    Is the camera taking motion triggered photos and just not sending them? (They’re on the SD card.) Or is it not taking them at all?

    Have you tried resetting the camera to defaults?

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  • Matt Tobin

    GC-V4Gb - GC-V4Gb/GoCam (Verizon 4G) Blackout

    Not taking any photos at all.   SD empty except for command photos which it does send via text as well.  Have reset it before and it would start working again but now it won't do anything at all.  It does take a command photo and send it.  Thinking sensor but not sure.  Sensor is set to high.   Not sure by what is meant by resetting.  Haven't tried to go back to factory setting and start over.

    Thank you

    Matt

     

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  • Elizabeth Swoope

    Sensitivity should normally be set to normal. 

    When you say command photo, do you mean manual photo? (Camera in setup, press OK to take photo, OK again to send)

    Default: Camera in setup, press Menu button, scroll to third tab, scroll down to Default.

    What are the specs of the SD card you are using? (Size, class, capacity, is there a speed like 80 MB/s?)

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  • Spencer Jones

    Same issue I'm having with my US cell go cam.

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  • Matt Tobin

    Did factory reset to default. Fixed the issue. Command photo. I have it set to take a photo everyday at 11. That was the only thing that was stillworking at the time of resetting it. 

    Thank you

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  • Elizabeth Swoope

    Matt,

    Defaulting a camera often clears the cobwebs. I think what you are calling a command photo is a scheduled event photo. The original 3G cameras, you could command to take a photo, but that's something else entirely. That's why I was confused, because your model doesn't support that feature.

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