How To Use A Paper Shoot Camera

You’re ready to put your Paper Shoot together when you’ve got the camera board, a case, 2 brass fasteners (screws), 2 AAA rechargeable batteries, and an SD card!

The first thing you’ll want to do is to assemble your SD card. To do this you’ll simply insert the smaller micro card into the bigger SD card slot and then you’ll insert the SD card into the silver slot on the right side of the camera.

Insert your AAA rechargeable batteries on the bottom and then you’re ready for the case. Align the front of the case with the front of the camera and fold the case back so the camera is enclosed on the front and back. Fasten the brass screws at the top on both sides and you’re all set!

How to take a photo?

Capturing a photo is really simple with the Paper Shoot. All you need to do is choose one of the filters on the back and then press the shutter button on the front. Wait until you hear shutter sound and you’re all set…you’ve taken a photo!

Step 1: Choose Filter on backside

Step 2: Click shutter button on the front

How to take a video or time lapse on Paper Shoot Camera?

How to access your photos/videos?

All the pictures and videos you take will be stored on the SD card inside the camera. There are several ways to access the pictures and videos you’ve taken. First, you can use the USB cord that came with the camera. Attach the first end of the cord to your Paper Shoot Camera and the other end into your laptop and wait until the folder with your photos pops up. 

Another way to access your content is to take out the SD card from inside the camera and plug it into your computer or an SD card adapter for your mobile device.

How to determine an issue with the camera?

How to use function cards on Paper Shoot Camera?

Have fun with a variety of new features with Paper Shoot Camera function cards. Watch the video below for instructions on how to use function cards, and what each of our cards do.

How to use & assemble lenses on Paper Shoot Camera?

Have fun with a variety of new lenses with Paper Shoot Camera. Get different effects. Learn how to assemble the screw ring lights in the video below.