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Model No. DSC-D700
ª 1998 by Sony Corporation
Introduction WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. CAUTION Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions. For the customers in the U.S.A. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with th
Introduction Contents Battery Safety Precautions ...... 5 Viewing Operation Precautions.............. 7 Checking the Picture Content ......................... 39 To Maintain the Efficiency of the Viewing Pictures on a Television ................... 44 Camera ....................................... 7 Using a PC Card Reader ................................. 44 Using the PC Card/Parallel Port Adaptor ....... 45 Please Read This ....................... 8 Checking the Supplied Advanced Operations Acc
Introduction Playback Rotating the Picture ........................................ 83 Viewing an Enlarged Picture .......................... 84 Erasing Erasing All Pictures ........................................ 87 Erasing Selected Pictures ............................... 88 Erasing Pictures during Playback ................... 90 Making it Impossible to Erase Important Pictures (Protect) ............................................ 92 Miscellaneous Setting the LCD Monitor Display ............
Introduction Battery Safety Precautions Follow the safety advice below to avoid leakage, internal heating, fires, explosions or accidental ingestion of batteries. DANGER (This applies only to battery packs) • Only charge the battery with the supplied charger. • Do not put the battery into fire. Do not short it out or dissassemble it. Do not heat in a microwave or conventional oven. If you carry or store the battery with metal objects such as coins or hairpins, shorts may occur. • Do not rechar
Introduction Operation Precautions Places you should not leave Maintenance your camera If dirty, wipe clean with a soft cloth. Do not operate or store your camera in places such as those listed below. Care of the camera body Doing so may lead to the breakdown of your camera. • If the camera is very dirty, wipe with a soft coth moistened with a thin solution of neutral • Unusually hot places detergent. Wipe dry with a cloth. If left in very hot places such as under the sun • Do not use alcohol,
Introduction To Maintain the Efficiency of the Camera Operating and Storage Places To avoid possible breakdown, do not use or store the camera in the following places: • Extremely hot or cold places (The operating temperature is 0°C to +40°C (32°F to 104°F)) • In direct sunlight for long periods or near heating equipment • Humid or dusty places • Where it is exposed to rain • Places subject to strong vibrations • Near sources of strong magnetism • Near sources of powerful electromagnetic radiati
Introduction Please Read This Test Shooting Before shooting, take a few test shots to make sure pictures are being taken normally. No Compensation for Picture Content If a picture is not recorded due to a problem with the digital still camera, the recording content cannot be compensated. Copyright Laws Pictures that you take with your digital still camera other than for personal enjoyment cannot be used without permission from the copyright owner in accordance with copyright laws. Be aware that
Introduction Memory Stick and PC Card Insert Sony Memory Stick MSA-8A (8MB) or MSA-4A (4MB) (not supplied) into Memory Stick/PC Card Adaptor MSAC-PC1 for use with the digital still camera. The following PC cards may be used in the digital still camera: • PC cards that conform to PC card standard 6.1 • Flash memory card ATA Type II • Those with power specifications of 5V or 3.3V/5V 3-volt products cannot be used in the camera. Using incompatible cards in the camera may lead to breakdown. Camera
Introduction Checking the Supplied Accessories Before using the camera, make sure you have the following supplied accessories. Viewfinder cap (1) Lens cap (1, fitted on the camera) Wireless remote control (1) Video cable (1) Memory Stick (1) Memory Stick/PC Card Adaptor (1) Rechargeble battery pack NP-F550 (1) Battery charger BC-V615 (1) Neck strap belt BLT-10(H) (1) PC Card/Parallel port Adaptor MSAC-PR1 (1) User's manual (1) GB 10
Introduction Features 1/2 Inch 1,500,000 Pixel CCD The digital still camera comes equipped with an all-pixel reading 1/2 inch CCD with 1,500,000 effective picture dots. The unit also uses a primary color filter and 1344 · 1024 pixel high-resolution to reproduce the natural colors and resolution of photographs. 5· Wide Zoom Lens To make the most of the high-resolution CCD, the camera is equipped with a 5· wide zoom lens for focal distances of 28 mm to 140 mm (equivalent to 35 mm film cameras).
Introduction Taking Pictures for a Longer Period with the InfoLITHIUM Battery and Power Saving Option Using the InfoLITHIUM battery, you can take about two hours of continuous picture taking (with the LCD monitor off.) Also, if the power is on and the camera is not operated for approximately one minute, power to the camera shuts off. If the camera is not operated for about 5 minutes, the whole unit shuts off (Auto Power Off function) Loading to a Video Output Terminal If the unit is connected
Locations and Functions of Parts Locations and Functions of Parts Front 1 2 6 5 3 WB 4 1 Flash The camera has a built-in Guide Number GN10 flash. To use the flash, press the pop- up key. The cover will open and the flash warms up. The flash is stored when you close the cover. 2 Pop-up Key Press the pop-up key to open the flash cover. 3 5· Zoom Lens You can manually adjust the zoom lens (28 mm to 140 mm (5· ) on a 35 mm film camera) by rotating the zoom ring. After adjusting the zoom, manuall
Locations and Functions of Parts Rear 1 2 3 4 5 6 AE-LOCK R-REVIEW DISP INDEX LCD •OFF •CAM •PLAY MENU EXCUTE EXIT !¦ !¥ !» !¤!°!¢!£!ª!Á0987 1 Viewfinder Lets you frame the picture. 2 Eyesight Adjustment Lever Adjusts the level of the viewfinder to suit the eyesight of the picture taker. 3 Review Button Lets you view and play back pictures during the time set in the REVIEW TIME of the custom menu when pressed directly after taking a picture. 4 AE-LOCK Button The exposure value is locked each tim
Locations and Functions of Parts 7 Access Lamp Lights in red when a card is accessed by the camera during picture taking or playback. Caution When the access lamp is lit, do not eject the card or turn off the power source. The PC Card or Memory Stick may be damaged. Note The PC Card and the Memory Stick installed in the Memory Stick/PC Card Adaptor are both referred to here as CARD. 8 LCD Button Switches the LCD monitor on and off. 9 INDEX Button Switches playback to index when pressed while in
Locations and Functions of Parts !¤ Power/Mode Dial Selects camera conditions when turned while the mode lock (green) is held down. • OFF Turns the power off. • CAM Allows you to take pictures (CAM mode). • PLAY Allows you to play back the pictures you have taken (PLAY mode). Note LCD Monitor Display When the power/mode dial is turned to CAM, the LCD monitor remains off. If necessary, press the LCD button to turn the LCD monitor on. When the power/mode dial is turned to PLAY, the LCD monitor au
QUAL DRIVE WB WB Locations and Functions of Parts AE Top 1 2 3 EV ISO AE-LOCK R-REVIEW !ª !Á 0 !£ 98 76 5 4 1 Focus Ring Rotate left or right to adjust the focus. 2 Zoom Ring Rotate left or right to adjust the zoom ratio of the zoom lens. 3 Release Button Operates the shutter when shooting. 4 [r] (Spot Light Meter Reading Switch) Button By turning the shift dial while pressing this button, you can choose from Spot (¨ Spot light meter reading) or Average ([ ]: average light meter reading) to m
Locations and Functions of Parts 9 Mode Dial Pressing the shift button (top button) after it has been adjusted to the desired position sets the picture size and quality (in CAM mode) and changes the picture to be played back (in PLAY mode). 0 Connector Cover To view pictures on a television, open this cover and connect the video cable (supplied) to the video output terminal. !Á Connector Cover Lock Slide this lock to open the connector cover. !ª Video Output Terminal To view pictures on the tele
Locations and Functions of Parts Bottom 3 1 2 1 Tripod Hole Attach a tripod here. Standards are as listed below. ISO Standard l=4.5mm +/- 0.2mm ASA Standard l=0.197 inch 2 Battery Cover Open or close this cover to insert or take out the battery pack. 3 Battery Cover Lock Slide this lock to insert or take out the battery pack. GB 19
Locations and Functions of Parts LCD Panel CAM Mode Focus mode Shutter speed EV compensation ISO Sensitivity Aperture Battery indicator Picture taking mode Picture size Picture number Card indicator Flash mode Picture quality Interval/self-timer/ WB (white balance) mode single picture/continuous picture taking indicator PLAY Mode Battery indicator Picture number Card indicator Note In CAM mode, when the release button is pressed while pressing the shift button, the shutter speed indicator change
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