Casio GV-10 user manual

User manual for the device Casio GV-10

Device: Casio GV-10
Size: 0,81 MB
Date of adding : 2013-04-29 15:16:42
Number of pages: 44
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Digital Camera
GV-10
User’s Guide
Thank you for purchasing this CASIO
compact type digital camera with built-in
color monitor you can use for both image
recording and playback. Before using this
camera, be sure to read the Safety
Precautions contained in this User’s
Guide, and keep it in a safe place for
future reference.
E

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INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION Unpacking Check to make sure that all of the items shown below are included with your camera. If something is missing, contact your dealer as soon as possible. Memory card (8 MB CompactFlash card ) Camera Lens cap/cap holder Loaded in the camera when you purchase it. Alkaline batteries Strap CD-ROM (4 AA-size batteries) Basic Reference Bundled Software USB cable User’s Guide (English) (Spanish, German, Portuguese, User’s Manual Chinese, Arabic) 2

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INTRODUCTION 22 GETTING ACQUAINTED Contents General Guide ............................................................ 22 Front 22 2 INTRODUCTION Back 23 Terminals and Ports 24 Unpacking .................................................................... 2 Bottom 24 Quick Reference .......................................................... 6 Monitor Screen Indicators .......................................... 25 Getting Ready 6 Changing the Contents of the Monitor Screen 27 Recording an Image 7

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INTRODUCTION 45 RECORDING IMAGES 60 PLAYBACK Recording a Simple Snapshot ................................... 45 Basic Playback Operation .......................................... 60 About the REC Mode Monitor Screen 46 Playing a Movie .......................................................... 61 Recording Precautions 46 Enlarging the Playback Image ................................... 61 Image Recording when Batteries are Low 47 Using Zoom ........................................................

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INTRODUCTION 70 OTHER SETTINGS 81 REFERENCE Changing the Display Language ............................... 70 SET UP Menu ............................................................ 81 Turning the Confirmation Beep On and Off ............... 70 Troubleshooting.......................................................... 82 Messages 85 Specifying the Opening Screen ................................. 71 Specifications ............................................................. 87 Selecting the USB M

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INTRODUCTION Quick Reference Getting Ready 1 Load batteries and the memory card. (pages 30, 38) 12 3 46 5 2 1 * Check for and wipe any sand, dirt, or other foreign matter from the O-ring and its contact surfaces. 2 Set the current time and date. (page 42) 6

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INTRODUCTION Recording an Image (page 45) 3 Point the camera at the subject and use 4 the monitor screen or optical viewfinder to Press the shutter compose the image. release button. 1 2 Align the dial with Move the POWER (snapshot mode). ON/OFF switch to ON. 7

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INTRODUCTION Playback (page 60) 3 Use [+] (forward) and [–] (back) to scroll through the images. 2 1 Align the dial with (play mode). Move the POWER ON/OFF switch to ON. 8

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INTRODUCTION Deleting Images (page 64) 4 6 Press WB . Press the shutter 3 release button to delete Use [+] and [–] to the image. display the image you want to delete. 2 5 Align the dial with Check to make sure you (play mode). really want to delete the currently displayed image. • If you want to cancel the procedure, press DISP. 1 Move the POWER ON/OFF switch to ON. 9

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INTRODUCTION IMPORTANT! • Other company, product and service names used herein may also be trademarks or service marks of • The contents of this manual are subject to change others. without notice. • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsi- bility for any damage or loss resulting from the use of this manual. • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsi- bility for any loss or claims by third parties which may arise through the use of the GV-10. • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no respon

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INTRODUCTION • Fixed focus lens for quick operation Features Fixed focus eliminates the need for lens movement, which • Water-resistant and dust-resistant shortens startup time and shooting time. Zoom operations Your camera conforms to IEC 60529 [Degrees of protec- are performed digitally. tion provided by enclosures (IP Code)] IP66/IP67. • Continuous Shutter and Movie Modes This means you can take the camera along just about any- A high-speed continuous shutter mode provides stop-ac- where, wit

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INTRODUCTION • EPSON PRINT Image Matching Water Resistance and Dust Resistance EPSON PRINT Image Matching support lets you repro- duce exactly the colors you want when printing on an The camera is designed to conform to the following water resistance and dust resistance standard. However, perfor- EPSON PRINT Image Matching printer. mance is not guaranteed under the conditions described be- • Bundled with Photo Loader 2 and Photohands low. Your camera comes bundled with the latest version of Phot

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INTRODUCTION Operating Environment This is not an underwater camera! Since this camera is water-resistant, dust-resistant, and Do not use this camera in shock-resistant, you can handle it while your hands are wet, areas where it is exposed to you can wash it with water, and even use it in the areas listed high water pressure, never below. wash it using high-pressure • At the beach water, and never leave it • Around a pool submersed for long periods. • On a river bank Also, never immerse the • On

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INTRODUCTION • Washing Wipe the camera dry after it becomes wet. The camera can be washed with a relatively weak stream • Water remaining on the camera after it becomes wet can clean water from a standard household tap under the fol- collect in the seams between controls and the camera lowing conditions. body, etc. Carrying the camera around while it is wet can Outlet Diameter: 20mm (0.8˝) cause water to leak from the seams and cause your cloth- 2 Maximum Pressure: 98kPa (1kgf/cm ) ing or bag to

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INTRODUCTION • To ensure proper water resistance, you should have the General Precautions battery cover and terminal cover O-rings replaced every • Even very fine pieces of foreign matter (a single hair, a two years, regardless of their condition. Note that you will single grain of sand, etc.) on the battery cover or terminal be charged for O-ring replacement. Contact your nearest cover O-ring can result in incomplete sealing and problems authorized CASIO maintenance service provider to have whe

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INTRODUCTION Inspecting the Cover O-rings If you find dirt on an O-ring... The battery cover and terminal cover are fitted with rubber • Carefully remove the O-ring. Use a cotton swab moistened gaskets called “O-rings” that keep water from entering the with water to wipe dirt from the O-ring groove and contact camera. Even very fine pieces of foreign matter (a single surface. hair, a single grain of sand, etc.) on an O-ring can result in • Wash the O-ring in water, dry it off, and then replace i

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INTRODUCTION IMPORTANT! Before putting your camera away after • Never use detergent, hot water, or strongly running using it... water to clean the camera. Doing so creates the risk of After using your camera in a location where it was exposed leaking and malfunction. to sand, mud, or water, you should wash it off before opening • Never swing the camera around to remove water, or the battery cover or terminal cover. use a dryer or other intense heat to dry it. • Never try to wash the camera in a

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INTRODUCTION • Should foreign matter or water ever get into the camera, Precautions immediately turn power off, unplug the AC adaptor from the power outlet, and contact your dealer or nearest CASIO General Precautions service provider. Using the camera under these conditions creates the danger of fire and electric shock. Be sure to observe the following important precautions • Should you ever notice smoke or a strange odor coming whenever using the GV-10. out of the camera, immediately turn powe

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INTRODUCTION • Never open the battery compartment cover, disconnect the Operating conditions AC adaptor from the camera or unplug it from the wall • This camera is designed for use in temperatures ranging socket while recording images. Doing so will not only make from 0°C to 40°C. storage of the current image impossible, it can also corrupt • Do not use or keep the camera in the following areas. other image data already stored in camera memory. — In areas subject to direct sunlight — Near air co

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INTRODUCTION Condensation About the camera’s backlight… • When you bring the camera indoors on a cold day or other- • The camera is equipped with a fluorescent light source to wise expose it to a sudden change of temperature, there is provide the back lighting for its LCD. the possibility that condensation can form on the exterior or • The normal service life of the backlight is approximately six on interior components. Condensation can cause malfunc- years, when the camera is used for about two


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