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/PROTECT ZOOM DISP MODE
Congratulations upon your selection of the QV-70 LCD Digital Cam-
LCD Digital Camera
era. The QV-70 comes with its own built-in liquid crystal color monitor
that let’s you instantly view the pictures you take.
To get the most out of the QV-70, be sure to carefully read this
manual and follow the instructions contained in it.
Using Auto Play ..............................................
Precautions LCD Digital Camera • Physical damage and malfunction of this unit can cause the image General Precautions data stored in its memory to be deleted. Be sure to always keep Be sure to observe the following important precautions whenever us- backup copies of data by transferring them to personal computer ing the QV-70. All references in this manual to “this camera” and “the memory. camera” refer to the CASIO QV-70 Digital Camera. • Never open the battery compartment cover, disconnect the
REC PLAY LCD ON/OFF REC PLAY LCD ON/OFF MODE + POWER – OFF /PROTECT ZOOM DISP MODE + DEL POWER – ON/OFF 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 ZOOM button (Timer/Protect) DISP (Display) button button MODE button DEL (Delete)
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 Lithium) or household AC current. To load batteries Be sure that camera power is turned off whenever loading or replac- ing batteries. 1. Slide the battery compartment cover in the direction indi- cated by the arrow in the illustration. While pressing the stopper, slide the case in the direction indicated by the arrow. Battery
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 one adaptor (AD-C67). minute in the Record Mode or after about three 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. POWER AC outlet – ON/OFF AC Ad
Recording Images Operation • You can use the camera to take the next picture after the 4. Record the image. “WAIT” message disappears or after the operation indicator • Compose the image you want to REC stops flashing green. record while viewing it on the PLAY LCD ON/OFF • Here you could change the function switch to the PLAY posi- LCD. tion and view the image you just recorded. • It is best to look at the LCD di- • Note that turning off the camera’s LCD helps to conserve rectly, and not from an
Recording Images Operation Notes Exposure Adjustment • Exposure adjustment is generally expressed in terms of an expo- This camera features an automatic exposure (AE) function that auto- sure adjustment value. The exposure adjustment value is always matically changes the shutter speed in accordance with lighting. In set to zero whenever you turn on the camera. addition, you can also manually adjust the exposure to compensate for backlighting, indirect indoor lighting, dark backgrounds, and other
Recording Images Operation Use the procedure described on page 26 to change the aperture or • Note that power will turn off quicker if you are using the optional change the lighting of the image so the indicator disappears from the Connection Kit for data communications through the camera’s LCD. DIGITAL terminal when the low battery condition occurs. This is to protect against problems due to sudden power failure during data Important! transfer. • The exposure warning indicators also appear when
Playing Back Images Operation Displaying Images on a TV Screen 3. Scroll through the memory pages until the image you want to view is displayed. Use the special video cable that comes with the camera to connect it to a television as illustrated below, and you can then view the images • Press [+] to display the next memory page or [–] to display stored in camera memory on the TV’s screen. the previous memory page. Note that turning off the camera’s LCD helps to conserve battery power. Important!
Playing Back Images Operation Selecting a Memory Page in a Multi-Page Display You can use the following procedure to select one of the memory pages in a multi-page display. Then when you return to the 1-page display, the memory page you selected will be the one displayed. The following procedure uses the 4-page display as an example, but you can use the same procedure with the 9-page display. 1. In the Playback Mode, press the MODE button. * The memory page that is shown on the screen when you /
+ – Playing Back Images Operation Changing the Location of the Zoom Area Using Auto Play Auto play lets you automatically scroll through the camera’s memory pages quickly and easily. You can specify the speed of the scroll. Important! • The camera’s Auto Power Off function (page 17) does not function while an auto play operation is in progress. If you forget to turn the camera off, there is the danger that auto play will continue until bat- teries are dead. To avoid this, make sure that
Playing Back Images Operation To unprotect a page 1. Enter the Playback Mode and turn on the camera. 2. Scroll through the memory pages until the one you want to unprotect is displayed. 3. Protect the page. • Press the /PROTECT button to protect the page. /PROTECT ZOOM DISP MODE + • The letter “P” appears to the right of the page number to indicate that page is protected. 3. Press the /PROTECT button. Protect indicator • The letter “P” disappears, indicating that page is no longer protected. Not
+ – Deleting Memory Pages Operation • To abort the delete operation without deleting anything, 3. Press DEL. /PROTECT ZOOM DISP MODE press DEL. DEL 6. To delete the page whose contents are shown, press the shutter button. * This screen clears • Pressing the shutter button de- automatically from One-page delete letes the page you selected and the display if you do displays the next page. All page delete not perform any op- eration for about 30 Exit this screen seconds. 7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 as
Connecting to Other Devices Deleting Memory Pages Connecting to Other Devices • The message shown below appears on the monitor screen The camera terminals whenever you try to delete all memory pages while there are The following describes which the camera terminal you should use protected pages in memory and those pages are hidden. for each type of connection. VIDEO OUT – Use this terminal when connecting to the VIDEO IN terminal of a TV, video tape deck, video printer, or other similar devices.
Using the Camera with a Connected Device Connecting to Other Devices 4. Use the [+] and [–] buttons to move the pointer to the send icon. Connecting to another CASIO Digital Camera DIGITAL 5. After you make the setting you want, press the shutter button again. You can connect the camera to another CASIO digital camera and • Pressing the shutter button sends the selected image to the other exchange image data between them. Connect the DIGITAL terminals camera. of the two cameras using the optiona
Troubleshooting Reference Symptom Probable Cause Action Symptom Probable Cause Action No power 1. Batteries not loaded 1. Correctly load batter- Poor LCD image Incorrect NORMAL/ Use NORMAL for scen- correctly. ies (page 13). focus MACRO switch setting ery and group photos, 2. Dead batteries 2. Replace batteries with and MACRO for close- new ones (page 13). ups (page 24). 3. Wrong AC adaptor 3. Use only recom- mended AC adaptor . Poor color and Indoor fluorescent lighting Shoot under incandes- br
Troubleshooting Reference Symptom Probable Cause Action Symptom Probable Cause Action ALL DATA IS Protected memory pages Unhide protected memo- Cannot ex- 1. Incorrect cable con- 1. Connect correctly PROTECTED! are hidden. ry pages by holding down change data be- nection (page 57). Stays on moni- [–] while turning power on tween two cam- 2. Camera connected to 2. Turn power on after tor and images (page 47). eras is not turned on. connecting cable. do not appear. 3. Function switch sets to 3. Se
About the camera’s backlight… Reference Battery Life • The camera is equipped with a fluorescent light source to provide LCD OFF* the back lighting for its LCD. LCD ON* REC LR6(AM3)AA-size 1,600 400 • The normal service life of the backlight is approximately six years, (one image per alkaline batteries images images when the camera is used for about two hours a day. 10 seconds) FR6 AA-size 800 2,200 • Should the LCD image appear abnormally dark, take the camera to lithium batteries images images
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