Sony 16 user manual

User manual for the device Sony 16

Device: Sony 16
Size: 1,45 MB
Date of adding : 2014-09-06 15:10:10
Number of pages: 33
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For the Customers in the U.S.A. Owner’s Record CAUTION THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF You are cautioned that any changes or The model and serial numbers are located at THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS SUBJECT modifications not expressly approved in this the bottom of the camera. Record these TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS: manual could void your authority to operate numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE this equipment. to them whenever you call upon

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Taking & Reviewing Additional Introduction Getting Started Menu Options Pictures Information Contents Taking & Reviewing Pictures Introduction Taking pictures .......................................................................................................................20 Introduction ..............................................................................................................................10 Zooming in .................................................................

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Taking & Reviewing Additional Introduction Getting Started Menu Options Pictures Information Menu Options Additional Information Menu overview and operation......................................................................................32 Caring for your camera .....................................................................................................46 How to use the touch pad ...........................................................................33 About moisture condensat

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Introduction Introduction Introduction Finding pleasure in the process It’s not just about the moment of shutter release, this camera is about enjoying the process that leads to that moment – the process of picking the right units for your subject and purpose, and putting those units together one by one. The range of units includes: - a flash unit for capturing scenes at night and backlit scenes - a viewer that enlarges your pictures for reviewing - a timer remote unit for added versatility

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Introduction Identifying parts and controls Top view Easy operation using the touch Images are stored on the pad “Memory Stick Duo” Power lamp (green) You can perform all settings without using The “Memory Stick Duo” IC recording any buttons, just wih the touch pad (page medium is one-third the size of a standard 33). “Memory Stick” and can store approximately 1000* images (page 30). Shutter button * When the 64 MB “Memory Stick Duo” (supplied) is Touch pad used and the image quality is STD

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Getting Started Getting Started 1:Charging the batteries This camera is supplied with three identical Battery life and the number of pictures that 1 Battery 2 batteries for the camera, the flash unit and can be taken/viewed the video-out unit. Fully charge the batteries The chart below shows the approximate before using them for the first time. number of pictures that can be taken/viewed Prongs and the approximate battery life when the camera uses a fully charged battery to take Attach th

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Getting Started 2:Inserting the “Memory Stick Duo” To take out the “Memory Stick Duo” Open the cover of the Memory Stick Duo 1 slot. First check that the access lamp (orange) is off, then press in the “Memory Stick Duo” 2 Insert the “Memory Stick Duo” (supplied) and let it pop out. as illustrated on the left so that it clicks The access lamp flashes when images are into place, and close the cover. being saved or loaded. Do not remove the “Memory Stick Duo” or battery when the access

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Getting Started 3:Setting the date and time Shutter button Touch pad The date/time setting screen is displayed the In the same way, set the month, date, Power button 4 first time you turn on the camera. Once you hour and minute using the touch pad. set the date and time, the settings are maintained by the camera’s internal � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � rechargeable battery. Although the internal � � � � � � � � � � battery recharges each time the main battery is attached to the camera,

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Taking & Reviewing Pictures Taking & Reviewing Pictures Taking pictures Shutter button Touch pad Hold the camera steady and make sure When you have the composition you Power button 4 6 want, press the shutter button the rest your fingers are not blocking the lens. of the way to take the picture. A short 5 Press the shutter button halfway down “beep” confirms that your picture has to allow the camera to adjust the focus. been recorded. It may take a while for The camera gives two s

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Taking & Reviewing Pictures Taking pictures (continued) Zooming in Instant shooting from power off Using the flash — Direct Shutter To use conversion lenses To zoom in, slide your finger from left to right The Direct Shutter feature allows you to take You can take pictures using a flash by over the touch pad. Keep your finger on the Use the tele conversion lens (supplied) to a picture even if the camera is turned off. attaching the flash unit (supplied). First, you right end to zoom all the w

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Taking & Reviewing Pictures Taking pictures (continued) To use the remote To replace the button battery in the remote Using the self-timer Turn on the camera. 2 Aim the remote at the remote sensor on the Use the timer remote unit (supplied) to take 3 Press the power button on the timer Pull out the battery holder from the 1 front of the timer remote unit. The red timer pictures using the self-timer or remote remote unit so that the power lamp remote. lamp lights up for 2 seconds before

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Taking & Reviewing Pictures Reviewing pictures Touch pad Viewing pictures on a TV Viewing pictures on a computer screen If you attach the camera to the video-out unit (supplied) and connect to a TV using the To view the pictures on your computer, insert video cable (supplied), you can view your the “Memory Stick Duo” into the Memory pictures on the TV screen. Stick adapter (supplied) before inserting it in the Memory Stick slot of the computer or a Memory Stick reader. (You can insert t

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Taking & Reviewing Pictures Checking camera settings Touch pad Date and time Checking the screen display in Indicates the current date and time. camera mode Touch the center of the touch pad repeatedly Year/month/day � � � � � � � � � � to display the following four screens: � � � � � � � � Time Continued on the next page Remaining battery charge, remaining capacity of the “Memory Stick Duo” Indicates approximate levels. Remaining battery charge � � � � � � � � Remaining capacity of the “M

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Taking & Reviewing Pictures Checking camera settings (continued) Checking the screen display in About the number of pictures that Notes playback mode can be taken • The image size refers to the size on the computer screen. On the camera screen, all pictures appear in Touch the center of the touch pad repeatedly The number of images that can be saved on the same size regardless of the size setting. to switch between the following two screens: a “Memory Stick Duo” depends on the image • The n

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Menu Options Menu Options Menu overview and operation All settings can be made using two menus— The icons displayed on the screen indicate How to use the touch pad camera menu and playback menu. You only current settings. Settings remain until they To Operation need to use the touch pad for menu are changed (with the exceptions of operation. delete/all delete and format). In camera mode, touch both ends of the touch pad together Turn the menu on/off for about 2 seconds to display the camera

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Menu Options Camera menu Displaying the camera menu Choosing a camera setting Using the flash Changing the image size according to the scene — scene — flash — size In camera mode, touch both ends of the The following menu options can be set The flash setting can be changed only when You can set the size of the picture to be touch pad for about 2 seconds. separately for each scene: flash (page 35), the flash unit is attached. The flash does not taken according to its purpose and how it cons

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Menu Options Camera menu (continued) Changing the image quality Taking pictures in succession Enabling/disabling Direct Shutter Adjusting the exposure — quality (consecutive shot) — d.shutter — exposure — mode You can select the quality of the picture to You can disable Direct Shutter so that it Although this camera automatically sets the be taken. Settings STD, FINE and TIFF offer will not be set off when the shutter button is appropriate exposure (AE), you can change Off (default setti


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