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Congratulations upon your selection of the QV-30 Liquid Crystal Digi-
Liquid Crystal Digital Camera
tal Camera. The QV-30 comes with its own built-in liquid crystal color
monitor that let’s you instantly view the pictures you take.
QV-30 Owner’s Manual
To get the most out of the QV-30, be sure to carefully read this
manual and follow the instructions contained in it.
Using the Zoom Function .................................................... 41
Precautions Liquid Crystal Digital Camera • Never use the unit inside of an air craft or in any other areas where General Precautions its use is prohibited. Doing so can result in an accident. Be sure to observe the following important precautions whenever us- • Physical damage and malfunction of this unit can cause the image ing the QV-30. data stored in its memory to be deleted. Be sure to always keep All references in this manual to “this camera” and “the camera” refer backup copies of data b
Unpacking General Guide Getting Acquainted Check to make sure that all of the items shown below are included The following illustrations show the names of each component, but- with your camera. If something is missing, contact your dealer as ton and switch on the camera. soon as possible. Top and Display /PROTECT DISP (Display) button MODE button (Timer/Protect) button DEL (Delete) button ZOOM button Soft case Shutter button Aperture switch Camera [+] (Forward) button Alkaline batteries (AA-siz
Power Supply Getting Acquainted The camera features a two-way power supply that lets you use either 3. Close the battery compartment cover. batteries (AA-size Alkaline) or household AC current. A To load batteries Be sure that camera power is turned off whenever loading or replac- ing batteries. 1. Slide the battery compartment lock on the bottom of the camera in the direction indicated by arrow 11111, and swing open the battery compartment cover as indicated by arrow 22222. • Press down on the
Power Supply Getting Acquainted Auto Power Off Using AC Power Power automatically turns off whenever you do not perform any cam- To power the camera from standard AC power, use the optional AC era operation for a period of time. Power turns off after about two adaptor (AD-C60). minutes in the Record Mode or after about five minutes in the Play- back Mode. AC power terminal AC adaptor • To restore power, simply slide the POWER switch to the right as you normally do. AC outlet AC Adaptor precautio
Recording Images Operation How to avoid hand movement… 4. Record the image. Any hand movement when you press the shutter button can causes REC • Compose the image you want to MACRO NORMAL PLAY blurring of the recorded image. Note the following points on avoiding record while viewing it on the hand movement. LCD. • Make sure there is no excessive movement of the image of the ob- • It is best to look at the LCD di- ject on the LCD. rectly, and not from an angle. • Use a tripod whenever poss
Recording Images Operation NORMAL/MACRO Switch Exposure Adjustment The NORMAL/MACRO switch tells the This camera features an automatic exposure (AE) function that auto- camera how much distance there will be matically changes the shutter speed in accordance with lighting. In between the lens and the object whose im- addition, you can also manually adjust the exposure to compensate MACRO NORMAL age you are recording. The following table for backlighting, indirect indoor lighting, dark back
Recording Images Operation • The image number appears in Use the procedure described on page 27 to change the aperture or the upper right corner of the change the lighting of the image so the indicator disappears from the LCD. It indicates the number of LCD. the next image that will be re- Important! corded. The number 21, for ex- ample, indicates that there are • The exposure warning indicators also appear when lighting is out- 20 images in memory, and the side the range of the camera. In such
Playing Back Images Playing Back Images Operation This section describes how to recall and view images stored in cam- 3. Scroll through the memory pages until the image you want era memory. to view is displayed. • Press [+] to display the next memory page or [–] to display Displaying Images on the Camera’s LCD the previous memory page. The camera can store up to 96 images in memory. Images are se- quentially numbered from 1 through 96. Think of camera memory like + + a 96-page album of the image
Playing Back Images Operation Producing a Multi-Page Display 3. Scroll through the pages on the display. Four or nine memory pages can be displayed at the same time. This • Use [+] (forward) and [–] (back) to scroll through the memory feature can be used to display multiple memory pages on the pages. Pages are scrolled one, four, or nine at a time, de- camera’s built-in LCD, or on the screen of a connected TV. pending on the display format you are using. 1. Enter the Playback Mode and turn on th
Playing Back Images Operation Changing the Location of the Zoom Area Using the Zoom Function This function lets you select a specific part of a stored image and enlarge it to twice its normal size. + + + 1. Display an image. 2. Press the ZOOM button to zoom in on the center of the im- + + + age. • The center of the image is enlarged to twice its normal size. + + + • Pressing [–] moves the zoom area in the opposite direction. Notes • If the page number is displayed in the upper right corner of th
Playing Back Images Operation Protecting Memory Pages 1. Perform steps 1 and 2 under “To start the auto play opera- tion” on page 43 to start auto play. You can protect specific memory pages to ensure that they are not accidently deleted. 2. Press MODE to enter the Auto Play Setting Mode. To protect a page • Be sure to press MODE while an image is stopped on the monitor, and not while images are changing. 1. Enter the Playback Mode and turn on the camera. • Slide the function switch to the PLAY
Deleting Memory Pages Playing Back Images Operation Use the procedures described in this section to delete memory Hiding Protected Memory Pages pages. You can delete individual pages, or all the pages currently This function makes it possible for you to hide protected memory stored in memory. pages so their images do not appear on the monitor during playback. Warning! To hide protected memory pages The delete operation cannot be undone! While holding down the [+] button, turn on the camera. Befo
Deleting Memory Pages Operation Warning! To delete all unprotected memory pages The following operation deletes all unprotected memory pages and 1. Enter the Playback Mode and turn on the camera. cannot be undone. Make sure that you do not need any of the images stored in memory before performing this operation. DEL 2. Press DEL. POWER ON/OFF 4. To delete all unprotected pages, press the shutter button. • If there were no protected pages in memory, the message “MEMORY EMPTY” appears on the displ
Using the Camera with a Connected Device Connecting to Other Devices The following section provides specific information on how you can • Page numbers (page 28) are also recorded on the video tape if they use the camera after connecting to various types of devices. In each are turned on. Be sure to turn off display of page numbers if you do case, the camera terminal you should connect to is indicated in the not want them in the taped images. VIDEO DIGITAL title as and . • If the low battery ind
Using the Camera with a Connected Device Connecting to Other Devices 4. Use the [+] and [–] buttons to move the pointer to the receive icon. VIDEO Computer (Video Capture) • As soon as you perform the above step, all of the buttons and con- You can use the special video cable that comes with the camera to trols on the other camera become disabled. connect directly to the VIDEO IN terminal of a personal computer equipped with video capture capabilities. 5. After you make the setting you want, pr
Troubleshooting Reference Sympton Probable Cause Action Sympton Probable Cause Action All pages do not Protected memory pages Unhide protected memo- ALL DATA IS Protected memory pages Unhide protected memo- PROTECTED! are hidden. ry pages by holding down appear during are hidden. ry pages (page 49). stays on monitor [–] while turning power on auto play. and images do (page 49). not appear. Camera is con- 1. Function switch set to 1. Set function switch to nected to a TV, REC PLAY (page 33). Dele
Specifications Reference Terminals ................ DIGITAL; VIDEO OUT; DC IN 6V General Power Supply .......... Batteries (AA-size Alkaline batteries X 4)/AC Adap- Recording System ... Digital (JPEG based)/Field recording tor (AD-C60) Signal System ......... NTSC Battery Life .............. Approximately 2 hours Recording Medium .. Built-in 16-Mbit flash memory Approximately 96 images Number of Pages .... 96 (consecutive recording, one image per minute) Delete Functions ..... Single page; All p
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