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Video Tutorials


    Step 1: How to Get Started


    Step 2: How to Connect to Wi-Fi


    Step 3: For Mac Users


    Step 3: For Windows PC Users


    Step 4: Hunting Settings


    How to Improve Your Shooting


The Complete User Manual for ShotKam


Control Button: Always start with the ShotKam OFF. Hold control button down:

    • 1 second = Normal Shooting Mode (Green LED)
    • 3 - 7 Seconds = Wi-Fi Mode (Yellow + Green LED)
    • 15+ Seconds = Laser Mode
    • Click once = Power ON/OFF
    • Click once = Waken from Sleep Mode (Flashing Green LED)


LED Lights:


 Initial Warm-up
 Fully Charged
 +  Connected to Wi-Fi
 Ready to shoot (NOTE: Flashing blue LED will come on after the recoil to indicate a shot was saved).


 Sleep Mode
 Saving Video
  +  Memory Full
 +  Initiating Wi-Fi Mode

If NO LED lights come on, then perform a hard reset using a paperclip to gently press the small reset hole at the back of the camera. Once complete, fully charge.




A. Lay gun on its side on a flat surface, with the barrel end hanging off the edge (a table or countertop is best). 

B. Remove the 12 Ga bracket that comes attached to your ShotKam using the provided Allen key. There is a spare Allen key in your spare parts bag if needed. 

C. With the USB connector port facing up and closest to the barrel, place brackets on the ShotKam, ensuring that the rubber ridge of the pad aligns with the grooves in the ShotKam.      

    • * Always mount the ShotKam 3 to 10 inches from the muzzle end of the barrel (NOT on barrel porting holes).  

      D. Using the Allen key, tighten the brackets around the barrel, alternating between screws to ensure correct and even placement, but not yet tightening completely. 

      E. Ensure that the camera is directly under the barrel and finish tightening the screws - DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN.  



        The app is for Smartphones (Android or iPhone), iPads, or Tablets. The app does NOT work on a computer. 

        A. In the App Store (iOS) and Google Play Store (Android), search for “Shotkam” and download the free appDo not open the app yet. 



        • * The ShotKam is equipped with its own internal Wi-Fi. You do not need cellular data, a hotspot, bluetooth, or to be in range of another network/internet source.

        B. Start with your ShotKam OFF, then turn ON the Wi-Fi by pressing and holding the power button for 3+ seconds. Both orange LED lights should come on; wait about 10 seconds until 1 orange LED stops flashing. Once it stops, the other LED will turn green. You are now in Wi-Fi mode. The ShotKam itself has Wi-Fi, so you do not need any other Wi-Fi source. 

        C. Going back to your phone/iPad/tablet, ensure the Wi-Fi is turned ON and go to the device’s settings (Connections > Wi-Fi) and select “Wi-Fi.”

        D. A list of available networks will appear, select “SHOTKAM.”  If you do not see this network, then refresh your list and tap on “SHOTKAM” to connect. Once connected, you may see “Security Recommendation” or “Connected, No Internet.” These are normal messages and your ShotKam Wi-Fi is connected. The Wi-Fi is a direct connection.

        E. Once you are connected to this network, exit your device’s Wi-Fi screen by pressing its “Home” button; now open the ShotKam app.


        NOTE: If the app does not open, then check that your device is still connected to the ShotKam Wi-Fi network. If the app is still not opening, charge the ShotKam for 2 hours and try again.



        To adjust your shooting device (break-action, semi-auto, etc.) or target type (clay or hunting), press the gear icon.

          Once you have adjusted any settings, you must hit the “Back” or “Save” button in the top left corner. Next you will need to align the reticle; continue below.


          Ensure your gun is empty. The reticle is the red dot or crosshair seen in our videos. This is a patented reticle alignment system available only through ShotKam. 

          A. Place your gun on a table and point it at a stationary target about 10-30 yards away; align the bead of the gun to the center of the target. We provide an orange target sticker, but you can use any target (e.g. the corner of a roof, tree branch etc.). 

          B. Put your ShotKam into Wi-Fi mode by pressing and holding the power button for 3+ seconds. Both orange LED lights should come on; wait about 10 seconds until 1 orange LED stops flashing. Once it stops, the other LED should turn green. You are now in Wi-Fi mode.
          C. Go to your smartphone and connect to the “ShotKam” Wi-Fi network. 
          D. Open the ShotKam app. 
          E. You will now see the reticle in the center of your screen. If not, your ShotKam may have gone into sleep mode - simply press the power button once to waken it, or bump it. The reticle will now appear.
          F. To align the reticle, tap on the orange crosshair icon (bottom right). 
          G. Use the arrows to center the reticle on the target. You can hold or tap arrows; allow a few seconds for Wi-Fi delay. 
          H. Once the reticle is centered on the target, hit the orange back arrow or  “Save” button on the top left corner of your screen to save the reticle alignment settings.

          I. Exit the app, then turn off the ShotKam (one press of the power button, or two if it is in sleep mode).



          A. First, change the target type to “Flying Birds” or “Ground Game” using the ShotKam app.

          B. When standing with a loaded gun in the field, the ShotKam will need woken up before shooting. Waken the camera by bumping the fore-end or stock of the gun.  Do this when you see a bird approaching. If a shot is taken within 30 seconds of wakening the ShotKam, the video will be saved. If not, the camera will go back into sleep mode. Bumping the gun will restart the 30 second timer. We suggest you practice wakening your ShotKam a few times at home:

          A. With an unloaded gun, close the action and allow the camera to go into sleep mode (approximately 30 seconds). 
          B. Imagine a bird flying in and bump the fore-end or stock of the gun to waken the ShotKam.

          NOTE: Once the gun has been bumped to waken the ShotKam (solid green LED), it will stay awake for 30 seconds. If a shot is taken within the 30 seconds, then it will be saved (blue LED). If not, the camera will go back into sleep mode to conserve battery power. Only the recoil will trigger the blue LED.



          The ShotKam has an internal battery which is rechargeable via the USB port. This battery cannot be accessed directly. The life-expectancy is 2 - 3 years and a battery replacement costs $40 USD + shipping.


          Battery life in normal shooting mode, from fully charged, is:
              Clay Shooting: 4 - 5 hours
              Hunting: 4 - 6 hours (produces longer videos)


          Battery life in Wi-Fi mode is typically 1 hour. The Wi-Fi mode is for adjusting the ShotKam's settings and for “in-the-field” shot-analysis of problematic targets.


          Normal charging is via USB port to computer. Our USB cable will convert to the correct voltage, so it can be plugged into any computer or wall adapter internationally.

          A. Remove the rear cap and ensure the ShotKam is OFF.

          B. Use the provided USB cable and place the smaller end into the port of the camera, ensuring the direction of the plug is matched to the direction of the camera port.

          C. Plug the USB port into your computer or the provided wall adapter (flashing red LED = charging). A car adapter with a USB port will also work.

          D. Allow for approximately 2 hours to fully charge. (Solid red LED = fully charged)

          NOTE: Charge within 24 hours of the shooting. The battery will NOT be harmed if left on the charger overnight. 

          E. Remove the USB cable and place the rear cap back. Ensure it is firmly in place, but not over-tightened. Remember, this rear cap with the clear membrane, when correctly in place, is what makes the ShotKam weatherproof as it protects the USB port.


          The ShotKam is made to operate in temperatures from 32°F-110°F (0°C-43°C).
          Extreme cold will shorten your battery life. If you plan to shoot in temperatures below 32°F, then you can extend the battery life by placing hand-warmers around the ShotKam.


          STEP 5 - MEMORY CARD

          We use Class 10, 64GB microSD cards. A 64GB card holds approximately 2,000 clay videos. 

          To delete videos:

          A. Highlight the shots that you would like to delete (or select the Folder)

          B. Press the Delete key on your keyboard

          c. Empty the Trash Bin on your computer while the ShotKam is still connected


          STEP 6 - READY TO SHOOT
          A. Turn ON the ShotKam with one click of the button (one green LED)
          B. Load the gun and close the action (LED will turn solid green = ready)
          C. Shoot within 20 seconds of closing the action (blue LED will come on after the recoil)
          D. Turn OFF at the end of the day
          NOTE: Do not shoot when in Wi-Fi mode - the ShotKam can only record at half the frame-rate when in this mode (50 frames per second instead of 100fps).


          ShotKam Safety and Correct Usage

          Read all of the gun or bow manufacturer’s safety information and safety instructions before handling the gun or bow, installing the ShotKam, or using the ShotKam on a gun or bow. Read and apply all of their instructions before using the ShotKam camera to avoid injury.

          WARNING: Failure to follow these safety instructions could result in fire, electric shock, or other injury or damage.


          Lithium-Ion Battery handling:

          The lithium-ion battery inside the ShotKam may present a hazard if mistreated. Do not disassemble, crush, or puncture the lithium-ion battery. Do not remove the battery. Keep the battery dry by using the waterproof membrane seal when the camera may be exposed to water. Do not expose the ShotKam to high temperatures (over 110F). To charge, only use the ShotKam USB Cable with a high-power USB port on a computer or other device which is compliant with the USB standards, or the ShotKam wall charger.


          Disposal information:

          Do not dispose of either the ShotKam Camera or lithium-ion battery in a fire. Dispose of batteries in accordance with local laws and regulations.


          Correct Disposal of this Product:

          This product should not be disposed of with other household wastes throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. To return your used device, please use proper return and collection systems or contact us at and we can take this product for environmentally safe recycling.

          FCC Information:

          This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

          1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and 

          2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

          Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit, not expressly approved by party responsible for compliance, could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

          Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with instructions, it may cause harmful interference to radio communications. There is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of these measures:

          • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

          • Increase separation between equipment and receiver.

          • Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

          • Consult an experienced radio/TV technician for help.


          Industry Canada:

          This Class B device meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numerique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Reglement sur le materiel broulleur du Canada.


          Laser notice:

          ShotKam is a Class II laser device. Laser radiation is emitted when using the laser. Please use caution and do not stare directly into the beam or point at others.



          ShotKam camcorders comply with the European Union’s R0HS directive 2002/95/EC and similar regulations that may be adopted by other countries for European Sales.


          ShotKam One (1) Year Full Coverage:


          If any technical issue arises within one year of purchase, please email us at for a Return Authorization Form. The warranty is non-transferable and remains solely with the original buyer. It does not transfer if the camera is sold to a new buyer.


          In addition to the "Warranty" details below, ShotKam may restrict warranty services when damage is caused by abnormal usage or water damage when the rear cap was not on (water can enter through USB port).


          30-Day Money Back Guarantee:


          If within 30 days of receiving your Shotkam you are not fully satisfied, return it to us for a full refund. International customers will be charged a 10% re-stocking fee ($70 USD). Cameras damaged due to reasons not covered under the warranty, cannot be accepted back for refund.

          * Associated shipping fees are not refundable.




          Please NEVER attempt to repair or modify the ShotKam Camera yourself. Disassembling a ShotKam will cause damage that is NOT covered under the warranty. The ShotKam does not contain any user-replaceable parts, except the MicroSD card.

          ShotKam LLC (“Manufacturer”) warrants to the original end user (“Purchaser”) that for the 1-year (“Warranty Period”), the ShotKam camcorder (excluding any third party software) and accessories (“Product”) will be free from defects in materials and workmanship when properly installed and used for its intended purpose and in its intended operating environment.


          This warranty does NOT apply to any camera that has been either:

          1. Disassembled e.g front lens or rear lock ring removed
          2. Altered, repaired or modified
          3. Damaged or destroyed by accidents or similar events or by any intentional, reckless or negligent acts or omissions of any party.


          In the event of a defect, return the Product to the Manufacturer, but only after instructed to do so by Manufacturer. Purchaser shall ship and bear the cost of shipping the Product to Manufacturer, and Manufacturer shall bear the cost of shipping the Product back to Purchaser (after the completion of service under this limited warranty). Purchaser’s exclusive remedy and Manufacturer’s entire liability under this warranty will be for Manufacturer at its option to repair or replace the Product or refund purchase price less any rebates.


          Manufacturer does not warrant against loss of any data (including data stored on Product returned to Manufacturer for service), and assumes no liability for such loss. Purchaser assumes all liability, and as such releases Manufacturer from any liability, for any accident, injury, damage, death, loss, illegal activity or any other claim that may occur resulting from or during use of the Product, whether or not such use is foreseeable by Manufacturer.

          Frequently Asked Questions

          > Click to Download the Complete User Manual (PDF)


          Does the ShotKam price include import taxes?

          Yes, we have an established business number (EORI) and VAT number in the United Kingdom. All import duties and taxes are already included in the price, so there will be no additional charges. Our USA website does not include import tax, but this UK website does include all import tax charges.


          How does the ShotKam help me to improve?

          The biggest culprit for unchanging scores is a false perception of why you missed. ShotKam captures the reality of the shot to give the objective feedback you need in order to make an adjustment. 

          ShotKam records video at a fixed 18 degree Field of View (FOV) and automatically slows each video down to ⅓ speed. This is in order to replicate how your eye perceives a moving target. (A standard 35mm lens is about 37 degrees and the GoPro Hero 5’s most narrow FOV is about 64 degrees). Watch our YouTube video comparing the ShotKam with the GoPro Hero 5.  

          We encourage our users to study the 10 - 15 pictures (frames) right before the shot was taken. The ShotKam takes 100 frames per second (fps), and studying the 15 frames before the shot is where you will be able to see why you missed (or broke) it. Look for things like a collapsing lead, which indicates that your eyes "measured" the lead and slowed down your swing. Learning to trust your innate ability to judge lead is the most difficult yet essential skill in shotgunning. Did the crosshair rise above the target-line? This would indicate that you lifted your head off the gun and shot over the bird. Studying your hold-point, whether you matched the speed of the bird, and studying the swing and break-point are where the ShotKam can help.

          With the ShotKam’s reticle aligned to your Point-of-Aim (the bead of your gun), you can train your “subconscious” brain on what the correct sight-picture should be. The more you watch each ShotKam video, the more you imprint the correct sight-picture into your brain, then the faster your brain will recognize it and pull the trigger.

          ShotKam also provides great resources on shooting tips and techniques. Watch our YouTube page for these videos. 


          Will it fit onto my shotgun?

          The ShotKam automatically comes with a 12 gauge (bore) mount which mounts to any single or over-and-under barrel. We offer additional bracket size on our website for £30 each: 12 gauge side-by-side, 20 gauge, 28 gauge, .410 and a Bow Mount.

          The bow mount is an aluminum rod that screws into where a stabilizer normally goes. Our bow mount is the same width as a 12-gauge bracket, so the ShotKam will the attach directly to this new stabilizer mount.


          Can the ShotKam be mounted to a rifle?

          Yes, below are the suggested brackets for each rifle size (gauge = bore):

          - 12 Gauge bracket (included with purchase) is used on large caliber African guns (416, 458, etc).
          - 20 Gauge bracket is used for 30 caliber rifles (270, 30-06, 7mm, etc).
          - 28 Gauge bracket is for 243 sized rifles

          - .410 bracket is for 223 sized rifles


          Will the brackets damage my shotgun barrel?

          No, there are soft rubber pads which prevent any metal-to-metal contact. After exposure to rain, the lens should be cleaned with a soft cloth and the ShotKam removed from your gun's barrel to be cleaned and completely dried.


          How do I mount my ShotKam?

          Mount the ShotKam 3 to 10 inches from the muzzle end of the barrel (NOT on barrel porting holes, but behind them). Do not mount too close to the end of the muzzle or debris will land on the lens. Please watch our video tutorial here.


          Is it weatherproof?

          Yes, it is 100% weatherproof when the rear cap is on to cover the USB port. It is not, however, submersible for extended periods of time.


          Does the 5 1/2 ounce weight include the ShotKam and attachment brackets?



          Is this an action camera?

          No, it is an accelerometer-controlled aiming system (ACAS) video camera. It was developed by an engineer with expertise in military laser-targeting systems and is designed for high shock and vibration environments. The ShotKam has a patented recoil absorption system which is combined with an accelerometer. This allows the ShotKam to buffer and only record-to-memory the few seconds before, during, and after the discharge of bows or firearms. It records video in Full HD (1080p) at 100 frames per second.


          Does the ShotKam require additional batteries?

          No, the camera has an internal rechargeable lithium-ion battery. The battery lasts 2 - 4 years and is fully covered for 1-year and then can be replaced for £40. A replacement must be done from our servicing center in Florida, USA, and includes a full Shock and Vibration test after replacement.


          Will editing be required?

          No, the patent-pending memory buffer system, combined with the accelerometer, allows the shooter to set the recording time. Only the few seconds before, during, and after the discharge are recorded.


          How do I tell shots apart if I have multiple people shooting with my ShotKam?

          This mostly occurs with coaches and their students, wanting to know how to tell sets of shots apart. With the time and date stamp on each video, we typically recommend noting the time each student starts. Then, when the videos are being reviewed, you will know what sets of shots belongs to what student.


          Are the videos time and date stamped?

          Yes, ShotKam has a Real Time Clock which will sync with the time/date of your mobile device through Wi-Fi. Once synced, the ShotKam will keep track of the time and date.


          Does the ShotKam lens magnify the field of view?

          Yes, the ShotKam has a magnification that is effectively a 4X zoom. It records at a fixed 18 degrees FOV (Field of View), which is what the human eye sees at.

          Check out our Youtube video on what's behind this.

          You can also zoom in VLC Media Player. Click here for instructions.


          How does the camera adjust to varying target distances and light conditions?

          The unique light-balancing technology will automatically adjust to varying light conditions, whether indoor or outdoor. The field-of-view is optimized for targets ranging from 5 to 100 yards and is equivalent to 18 degrees. The effective magnification is 4x and this is equivalent to how your eye perceives the target distance.


          How does the Wi-Fi Work?

          The ShotKam has its own built-in Wi-Fi network that enables you to connect directly to your smartphone/iPad/tablet. You do not need data, Bluetooth, or any other source of Wi-Fi - just the ShotKam. You will connect to the "ShotKam" Wi-Fi Network just like connecting to a Starbucks or home Wi-Fi network. 


          What is the ShotKam App?

          The "ShotKam" app is our mobile app used for customizing your settings and aligning your reticle. It is available for both Android or iOS on any smartphone, iPad, or Tablet that is from 2013 or newer.


          How are the settings changed?

          First, turn your ShotKam into Wi-Fi mode by holding down the control button for 3 - 7 seconds, then releasing.

          Next, open the settings for your smartphone/iPad/tablet. Tap on Wi-Fi (Connections > Wi-Fi), then select the "ShotKam network, just as you would connect to an open Wi-Fi network at a coffee shop or friend's house.

          It may say "Unsecured Network." This is normal and you are connected.

          Now, exit your phone's settings and open the ShotKam app. You can now adjust the ShotKam settings, view videos, and align the reticle.


          Can the pellets be seen?

          Yes, the videos can be slowed down to see the pellets, but you will not be able to see it well against a tree background. This is not a big concern, however, as seeing the shot pattern is typically not very informative. We encourage our customers to study the 10 - 15 pictures (frames) right before the shot was taken. The ShotKam takes 100 frames per second (fps) and studying the 15 frames before the shot is where you will be able to see why you missed (or broke) it. Look for things like collapsing lead which indicates that your eyes "measured" the lead. Studying the hold-point, matching the speed of the bird, and studying the swing and break-point is where the ShotKam can help.

          After the gun is discharged, there are 3 - 5 video frames of distortion (this is barrel distortion as the pellets travel through and exit the barrel) and then there are typically 3 - 5 video frames where the individual pellets in the shot string are visible. Visibility of the pellets depends on the distance and background conditions. The wad is clear for many frames. 


          How do I watch the videos frame-by-frame?

          Watching your videos frame-by-frame can be done on a computer or through our ShotKam app. For computers: Use the provided USB cable to connect your ShotKam to the computer and please watch our video tutorial here. For mobile devices: Download your video via Wi-Fi, then press the blue arrow on either side of the video to go frame-by-frame.


          Are there any keyboard shortcuts?

          VLC Media Player -

          Please download version 2.2.8 here. The new version 3.0.3 has an error and causes freeze frames.

          Spacebar = Play/Pause
          “E” key = Frame-by-Frame


          QuickTime (Mac users)
          Spacebar = Play/Pause
          Right Arrow = Frame-by-Frame (forwards)

          Left Arrow = Frame-by-Frame (backwards)


          Windows Media Player (PC users)
          Spacebar = Play/Pause
          Ctrl + Spacebar = Frame-by-Frame (forwards)
          Ctrl + Shift + Spacebar = Frame-by-Frame (backwards)


          Can I watch the videos in QuickTime (Mac) or Windows Media Player (PC)?

          Yes, the MP4 video format files will play in almost any media player and allow you to view your shots frame-by-frame.

          NOTE: Windows “Movies & TV” app will not play the videos frame-by-frame, nor will the VLC Media Player app for smartphones/tablets.


          How do I start a recording?

          The ShotKam will begin recording a video once your shotgun action is closed (a solid green LED will come on). It will record 20 - 60 seconds of video depending on the target type, but only save the video (blue LED) if there is a recoil. If there is no recoil, then the ShotKam will dismiss the recording. The ShotKam will record true and report pairs in one longer video.


          How do I know the shot was saved?

          A blue LED will flash after the recoil. When the shotgun action is closed, the ShotKam LED will briefly turn yellow then go solid green. If you shoot within 20 seconds of closing the action (for clays), then the blue LED will flash for a few seconds, indicating the shot was saved. You do not need to wait for it to finish blinking in order to proceed.


          How is a double-shot saved?

          A true or report pair is saved as a single video. For Clay Targets, anytime two shots are fired within 7 seconds of each other, the ShotKam registers it as a pair. For Flying Birds: within 9 seconds. For Ground Game: within 10 seconds. Please see Target Settings section for more.


          How can I capture more shots?

          In order for a shot to be saved, it must be taken within 20 seconds of closing the action (30 seconds when hunting). Check that all of your settings are on “Normal” and that your ShotKam is wakening when the action is closed (LED will turn solid green). If you are getting less than 90% of your shots recorded, select “More Sensitive” in the Recoil Sensitivity settings options. This may cause false recordings, but you will capture more shots.


          How can I prevent false recordings?

          Select “Less Sensitive” in the Recoil Sensitivity settings options. Also, be aware of how hard the gun is closed. Close smoothly without a “slam.”


          How can I waken the ShotKam more easily?

          Select “Very Sensitive” in the Wake-up Sensitivity settings options. NOTE: If you are walking with the gun or riding in a cart, it may be continually woken-up, which will significantly reduce your battery life.


          Can I record a test video at home?

          Yes. Ensure the gun is empty. Change the settings using the ShotKam app to the following:

          1. Target Type = Clays

          2. Gun Type = Handgun Semi-Auto

          3. Recoil Sensitivity = Very Sensitive

          Turn the ShotKam ON (standard shooting mode, one click of the power button). Gently tap the ShotKam to begin a recording; the LED will turn blue when recording and green when finished recording.


          Target Setting Specifications:

          The default setting for your ShotKam is "Clay Targets."  Other target types are available through the ShotKam app.


          CLAY TARGETS:

          • Sleep Mode: Initiates after 20 seconds of inactivity to conserve battery. Open and close the action or press the control button to waken the ShotKam.

          • "Normal" Recording Time: 2 seconds pre-shot, 1 second post-shot. Playback speed is 1/3 speed, therefore videos will be 9-15 seconds long.

           If two shots are taken within 7 seconds of each other (true & report pairs), then both shots will be saved as one longer video.


          FLYING BIRDS:

          • Sleep Mode: Initiates after 30 seconds of inactivity to conserve battery. Either close the shotgun action, press the control button, or bump the stock of the gun to waken the ShotKam (solid green LED).

          • "Normal" Recording Time: 3 seconds pre-shot, 3 seconds post-shot. Playback speed is ⅓ speed, therefore videos will be 18 - 30 seconds long.

          If multiple shots are taken within 9 seconds of each other, then they will be saved as one longer video.


          GROUND GAME:

          • Sleep Mode: Initiates after 300 seconds (5 minutes) of inactivity to conserve battery. Either press the control button or bump the stock of the gun to waken the ShotKam.

          • "Normal" Recording Time: 6 seconds pre-shot, 20 seconds post-shot. Playback speed is ⅓ speed, therefore videos will be about one minute and 20 seconds long.

          If multiple shots are taken within 10 seconds of each other, then they will be saved as one longer video. This is the maximum recording length of the ShotKam.



          • "Short" = 1/2 the "normal" recording time

          • "Normal" = See above

          • "Long" = 2x the "normal" recording time


          How do I align the reticle?

          A smartphone or tablet is necessary to align the reticle, as it is done through the ShotKam app. Follow our manual instructions or watch our step-by-step tutorial for details.


          How do I change the reticle?

          In the ShotKam app, tap the setting icon and select Reticle Style. You can choose from the following:

          • Crosshair Icon

          • Gun Icon

          • Orange Circle Icon

          • Orange Crosshair Icon

          • Red Dot Icon

          • ShotKam Icon

          • (Reticle OFF)


          Do I need to re-align the reticle?

          The ShotKam can be moved between different shotguns of the same type and gauge without having to re-align the reticle. If you use a mixture of types (semi-auto, pump) or gauges, then the reticle will need to be re-aligned for each shotgun.

          For instance, if the ShotKam is placed 8 inches back from the muzzle of a 12 Ga break-action, then you can move it to any other 12 Ga break-action as long as you place it 8 inches from the muzzle of that gun as well. But, if you are going from a 12 Ga break-action to a 12 Ga semi-auto, then the reticle will need to be re-aligned.

          What if I don’t see a reticle?

          First check that the reticle setting has not been turned OFF, and that the ShotKam is not in Sleep Mode (slow flashing green LED).

          The lack of a reticle could signal that the configuration file needs reinstalled. To reinstall, use the following steps:

          1. With the ShotKam connected to the USB port, go into the root directory (either Finder or File Explorer).

          2. Delete (drag into trash) the “shtkmcfg.ini” file.

          3. If a folder called “MISC” or a file called “shtkmcfg.tmp” appears, then also delete them (drag into trash).

          4. Disconnect the ShotKam from USB port.

          5. Turn the ShotKam OFF, then ON. The factory defaults have been reinstalled. The reticle will now appear.


          Is the laser the same thing as the reticle (the red dot or crosshair in the videos)?

          No, the laser and reticle are not related. The laser is simply a beam of light that comes out of the ShotKam so that you can practice your mount at home. You can initiate the laser by holding down the control button for about 20 seconds. It cannot be on while the ShotKam is turned on in Normal Shooting Mode or Wi-Fi Mode.

          To practice your mount, turn ON the laser by holding the power button down for 15 + seconds. Next, point it into the corner of a room and try to mount the gun to your shoulder without moving the laser.

          NOTE: The laser is typically 3-6 inches below the gun’s point of aim and cannot be adjusted.


          VLC Media Player = Recommended Video Player

          Download VLC Media Player here. To install from Dropbox, open the folder for Mac or Windows PC, then click on the icon with three dots [...] and select "Download." 


          VLC Media Player is for Mac and Windows PC computers only (not mobile). Version 2.2.8 is recommended because the most updated version 3.0+ contains a coding bug that causes the frame-by-frame feature to freeze. Use the "e" key on your keyboard to go frame-by-frame, or use the space-bar to pause/play.


          Factory default software:

          • Software for Shotgun Camera: Click here to download the included software from Dropbox. Watch YouTube video tutorials here.
          • Software for Previous 2016 Model: Click here to download the included software for the memory card. Watch YouTube video tutorials here.


          • Android Phones and Tablets: Download the free "ShotKam" app from the Google Play store. Once this app has been downloaded to your Android phone or tablet, connect to the ShotKam's Wi-Fi, then configure your ShotKam settings within the app.


          • Apple iPhones and iPads: Download the free "ShotKam" app from the App store. Once this app has been downloaded to your iPhone phone or iPad, connect to the ShotKam's Wi-Fi, then configure your ShotKam settings within the app.