Casio e110 user manual

User manual for the device Casio e110

Device: Casio e110
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Date of adding : 2013-07-19 15:16:33
Number of pages: 48
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DELETING IMAGES
DELETING IMAGES
Your camera lets you use any one of the following four meth-
Deleting the Displayed Image
ods to delete images from its memory. You can delete the
currently displayed image, one or more selected images, all Use the following procedure when you want to delete the
image that is currently on the monitor screen.
the images in one or more selected folders, or all the images
in the camera’s memory.
1. Enter the PLAY mode.
IMPORTANT!
2. Use [+] and [–] to scroll through

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DELETING IMAGES NOTE Deleting Selected Images • The camera does not maintain open spaces in its The following procedure lets you select one or more image memory. Deleting an image causes images following for deletion. the deleted image to be shifted up to fill in the empty space created by the deletion. 1. Enter the PLAY mode. 100-1 100-2 100-3 100-4 2. Press MENU. 3. Select “DELETE” “Select”, and then press the shutter release button. 100-1 100-2 100-3 4. Use [+] and [–] to display the image y

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DELETING IMAGES • Any image marked with the icon is marked for de- Deleting All Images in Selected Folders letion. It will be deleted when you perform the next step of this procedure. Use the following procedure to select one or more folder for deletion of all their images. • Note that the image that was on the monitor screen when you pressed MENU in step 2 appears first with its icon turned on. 1. Enter the PLAY mode. • You can repeat steps 4 and 5 to mark and unmark 2. Press MENU. multiple i

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DELETING IMAGES • Any folder with the icon is marked for deletion. All Deleting All Unprotected Images its images will be deleted when you perform the next step of this procedure. Use the following procedure when you want to delete all of the images currently on the camera’s memory card. • Note that the folder whose image was on the monitor screen when you pressed MENU in step 2 appears first with its icon turned on. 1. Enter the PLAY mode. • You can repeat steps 4 and 5 to mark and unmark 2.

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MANAGING IMAGES MANAGING IMAGES The image management capabilities of the camera make it Folders easy to keep track of images. You can protect images A folder is created automatically whenever you shoot the against deletion, and even use its DPOF feature to specify first image on a particular date. The name assigned to the images for printing. folder is based on the current date, as described below. You can have up to 900 folders on a memory card at the same time (subject to storage capacity rest

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MANAGING IMAGES • In addition to image files, memory cards also contain a Files number of other files used by the system for image data Each folder can contain up to 250 image files. If you try to management. save the 251st image to a folder, the camera automatically • The actual number of files you will be able to store on a creates a new folder and stores the image there. The names memory card depends on the capacity of the card, image assigned to files are based on the current date, as shown

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MANAGING IMAGES Selecting a Folder for Playback Protecting Images Against Deletion Use the following procedure to select a particular folder and Image protection guards against accidental deletion of im- play back the image files it contains. ages stored on the camera’s memory card. A protected im- age cannot be deleted until it is unprotected (page E-110). You can protect and unprotect a single specific image, all the 1. Enter the PLAY mode. images in a particular folder, or all images currentl

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MANAGING IMAGES 5. Press the shutter release button to toggle the Protecting and Unprotecting All Images displayed image’s icon on and off. in Selected Folders 1. Enter the PLAY mode. 2. Press MENU. 3. Select “PROTECT” “Folder”, and then press the shutter release button. 4. Use [+] and [–] to display the folder whose im- ages you want to protect. • Any image marked with the icon is marked for pro- tection. It will be protected when you perform the next 5. Press the shutter release button to t

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MANAGING IMAGES • Any folder with the icon is marked for protection. Protecting and Unprotecting All Images All its images will be protected when you perform the next step of this procedure. All images in any folder 1. Enter the PLAY mode. without the icon will be unprotected. • You can repeat steps 4 and 5 to turn on the icon 2. Press MENU. for multiple folders if you want. 3. Select “PROTECT” “All”, and then press the 6. Press to protect the images in all the fold- shutter release button

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MANAGING IMAGES Making DPOF Settings for Particular Im- DPOF ages The letters “DPOF” stand for “Digital Print Or- der Format”, which is a format for recording on a memory card or other medium which digital 1. Enter the PLAY mode. camera images should be printed and how many copies of the image should be printed. 2. Press MENU. Then you can print on a DPOF-compatible printer or at a professional print service from 3. Select “DPOF” “Select”, and then press the the memory card in accordance with t

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MANAGING IMAGES To do this Press this button Making DPOF Settings for Particular Decrease the number of copies value SHIFT INFO Folders Increase the number of copies value Toggle printing of the recording date / /MF 1. Enter the PLAY mode. on and off RESIZE 2. Press MENU. • An image selected for printing is marked by the 3. Select “DPOF” “Folder” and then press the icon. shutter release button. • An image for which printing of the recording date is turned on is marked with the icon. Note tha

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MANAGING IMAGES Making DPOF Settings of All Images on the Memory Card 1. Enter the PLAY mode. 2. Press MENU. 3. Select “DPOF” “All”, and then press the shutter release button. 5. After you are finished making the settings you 4. Use the button operations described below to want, press to complete the procedure. make the DPOF settings you want. To do this Press this button Decrease the number of copies value SHIFT INFO Increase the number of copies value Toggle printing of recording dates on

Summary of the content on the page No. 13

MANAGING IMAGES PRINT Image Matching This camera supports PRINT Image Matching, which means that images recorded with it include information about the mode settings, camera setup, etc. When you print an image on a printer that supports PRINT Image Matching, the printer reads this data and adjusts the printed image accord- ingly, so your images come out just the way you intended when you recorded them. See the documentation that came with your printer for full details about PRINT Image Matching.

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OTHER SETTINGS OTHER SETTINGS 3. Select the setting you want, and then press the Turning the Monitor Screen shutter release button. Indicators On and Off You can use the procedure below to turn the following moni- To do this Select this setting tor screen indicators on and off: exposure mode, memory Turn on display indicators On capacity, image size, image protection indicator, folder Turn off display indicators Off name, file number, battery capacity. 1. Enter the REC mode or PLAY mode. 2. Sele

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OTHER SETTINGS 4. Select the setting you want, and then press the Changing the Display Language shutter release button. Use the following procedure to switch the display language between English and Deutsch. To do this Select this setting Display on-screen text in English English Display on-screen text in Deutsch Deutsch 1. Enter the REC mode or PLAY mode. 2. Press MENU. 3. Select “Language/Sprache” using one of the following two key operations, and then press the shutter release button. If you

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OTHER SETTINGS 4. Select the setting you want, and then press the Turning the Confirmation Beep On and Off shutter release button. Use the following procedure to turn the beep that sounds each time you press a button on and off. To do this Select this setting Turn on the confirmation beep On Turn off the confirmation beep Off 1. Enter the REC mode or PLAY mode. 2. Press MENU. 3. Select “Beep” using one of the following two key operations, and then press the shutter re- lease button. If you are h

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

CONNECTING TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT CONNECTING TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT Your camera has three terminals for connection to external equipment: a VIDEO OUT terminal, a DIGITAL terminal, and a USB port. You can use these terminals to connect the camera to a television, VCR, computer, or other external equipment. The QV- 2900UX also includes an external flash sync terminal that can be used to connect a commercially available flash unit. Computer (page E-132) USB Wired remote controller (page E-129) DIGITA

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

CONNECTING TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT IMPORTANT! Connecting to a Television • Be sure to turn off both the camera and the other Images being displayed on the camera’s monitor screen, equipment before making any connections. whether for recording or playback can also be displayed on • Check the documentation that comes with your other the screen of a connected television. Connect the camera to equipment for information you may need to know a TV as illustrated below. when making connections. • Leaving

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

CONNECTING TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT IMPORTANT! 1. Use the video cable to connect the camera to the television as shown in the illustration. • When you have PAL selected as the video signal out- put mode, the monitor screen is turned off when you 2. Perform the required operation on the TV to set connect the cable to the VIDEO OUT terminal. it up for video input. • See the documentation that comes with your televi- 1. Enter the REC mode or PLAY mode. sion for information about how to do this. 2. Pre

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

CONNECTING TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT Connecting the Wired Remote Controller Connecting an External Flash Unit to the Camera (QV-2900UX Only) The optionally available wired remote controller lets you op- Use of a commercially available flash unit makes it possible erate the camera with touching it. This capability helps to to obtain a higher level of brightness (guide number) than avoid the effects of unintended camera movement when you get when using the built-in flash alone. An external flash shoot


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