Casio QV-4000 user manual

User manual for the device Casio QV-4000

Device: Casio QV-4000
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Date of adding : 2013-11-06 15:16:53
Number of pages: 53
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LCD Digital Camera
QV-4000
User’s Guide
Congratulations
upon your
selection of the
new CASIO
Digital Camera.
To get the most
out of your new
CASIO Digital
Camera, make
sure you read
this manual
carefully and
keep it on hand
for future
reference.
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CONTENTS CONTENTS Monitor Screen Indicators .......................................E-22 E-6 INTRODUCTION REC mode E-22 PLAY mode E-23 Quick Reference ....................................................... E-6 Changing the Contents of the Monitor Screen E-24 Getting Ready E-6 Indicator display ......................................................E-24 Recording an Image E-7 Viewing (Playing Back) an Image E-8 Operation Indicator Lamp .......................................E-25 Deleting an Image

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CONTENTS Setting the Current Date and Time .........................E-43 Using the Flash .......................................................E-55 Setting the Date and Time E-43 Selecting the Flash Mode E-55 Selecting the Date Format E-44 Flash Status Indicators E-56 Adjusting the Flash Intensity E-57 Changing the Sync Speed E-57 E-45 BASIC IMAGE RECORDING Selecting a Flash Sync Setting E-58 Precautions when Using Flash E-60 Using the Full Auto Mode ........................................E-45

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CONTENTS Specifying the Exposure Mode ...............................E-82 Attaching a Conversion Lens, Full Auto E-82 Close-up Lens, or Filter ........................................ E-106 Program AE E-83 Installing a Conversion Lens or Close-up Lens E-106 Aperture Priority AE E-84 Using a Filter E-108 Shutter Speed Priority AE E-85 Manual Exposure E-87 E-109 PLAYBACK Using the Continuous Shutter Mode....................... E-88 Using the AEB (Automatic Exposure Bracketing) Mode .. E-89 Basic P

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CONTENTS Using a Memory Card to Transfer Image Data .... E-140 E-124 MANAGING IMAGES Memory Card Data E-141 DCF Protocol E-141 Folders and Files................................................... E-123 Memory Card File Structure E-142 Folders E-123 Image Files Supported by the Camera E-143 Files E-124 Precautions when Using a Memory Card Protecting Images Against Deletion ..................... E-125 on a Computer E-144 Protecting Selected Images E-125 Using the HTML Card Browser ................

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INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION Quick Reference Getting Ready 1 2 Load batteries. (page E-29) Insert the memory card. (page E-37) 12 12 3 3 3 Set the current time and date. (page E-43) E-6

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INTRODUCTION Recording an Image (page E-45) 5 1 Point the camera at the subject, Remove the lens cap compose the image on the monitor from the lens. screen, and press the shutter re- lease button half way to focus the image. 2 Align the exposure mode dial with (Full Auto Mode). 4 Align the power/func- tion switch with . 3 Align the drive mode dial with (1-Image). 6 After confirming that the Auto Focus operation is complete (the operation lamp lights green), press the s

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INTRODUCTION Viewing (Playing Back) an Image (page E-109) 1 Align the power/function switch with . 2 Rock the control button to the left or right to scroll through stored images on the monitor screen. E-8

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INTRODUCTION Deleting an Image (page E-119) 1 4 Align the Double check to 2 power/function make sure that you Rock the control switch with . really want to button to the left or delete the image right to scroll through you selected. stored images and • You can exit the image display the one you delete operation by want to delete. pressing AE-L . 5 Rock the control button down to 3 select “Yes” and then click the Press AE-L . control button. E-9

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INTRODUCTION • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any damage or loss resulting from the use of this manual. • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any loss or claims by third parties which may arise through the use of the QV-4000. • CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any damage or loss caused by deletion of data as a result of malfunction, repairs, or battery replacement. Be sure to back up all important data on other media to protect aga

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INTRODUCTION • Focus area expansion Features Makes it easier achieve the focus you want. • High-resolution 4.13-megapixel CCD • Image preview Record images that capture everything from delicate skin Provides instant preview of an image you just recorded. tone nuances to all the fine detail of natural scenery. • 1.8-inch TFT low-glare color LCD (HAST) monitor screen • Canon F2.0 wide-aperture lens • 9.6X seamless digital zoom Provides high contrast and captures the most delicate of 3X digital zoo

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INTRODUCTION • DCF Data Storage DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) data storage protocol provides image inter-compatibility with printers and other digital cameras. • VIDEO OUT terminal Connects to your TV for big-screen viewing of images. • USB compatibility Connects to your computer for quick and easy image ex- change. • Image management and manipulation software The QV-4000 comes bundled with a CD-ROM that’s packed with useful software: Photo Loader for transferring images to your compu

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INTRODUCTION Recording Features Best Shot Mode Movie Mode page E-76 page E-93 Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB) Five focus modes Automatically records multiple images at different expo- sure settings. Multi-area AF, Spot AF, Manual, Infinity, Macro page E-62 to E-65 Three metering modes page E-89 Multi-pattern, Center-weighted, Spot page E-68 Panorama Mode Stitches multiple images into a sweeping panorama. Five exposure modes Full auto, Program AE, aperture priority AE, shutter speed priority AE, m

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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 electrical shock. Be sure to observe the following important precautions • Should you ever notice smoke or a strange odor coming whenever using the QV-4000. out of the camera, immediately turn

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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 — In areas su

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INTRODUCTION Lens Precautions About the camera’s backlight… • Fingerprints, dust, or any other soiling of the lens can inter- • The camera is equipped with a fluorescent light source to fere with proper image recording. Never touch the lens with provide the back lighting for its LCD. your fingers. You can remove dust particles from the lens • The normal service life of the backlight is approximately six surface by using a lens blower to blow them off. Next, wipe years, when the camera is used f

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GETTING ACQUAINTED GETTING ACQUAINTED This section contains important information you should know when trying to operate the camera. General Guide The following illustrations show the names of each component, button, and switch on the camera. Front Indicator display Selector dial (page E-24) Shutter release button Viewfinder (page E-45) (page E-51) Power/function switch AF assist light/ (pages E-35, 45) Self-timer lamp (page E-26) Flash (page E-55) Terminal panel cover (page E-19) Exposure senso

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GETTING ACQUAINTED Back Flash charge lamp MENU button (Self-Timer) button (page E-26) (page E-42) (page E-52) (Flash) button Operation/card (page E-55) access lamp (page E-25) Zoom controller (Enlarge/Nine Images) (Metering Mode) (pages E-49, 75, 112, 113) button (page E-68) WB (White balance) Control button button (page E-69) FOCUS (Focus Mode) PREVIEW button button (page E-61) (page E-54) AE-L (AE Lock/Delete) Monitor screen DISP button button (pages E-55, 71, 119) (page E-22) (page E-24)

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GETTING ACQUAINTED Side Bottom Tripod Battery compartment Diopter dial DIGITAL terminal screw hole cover lock (page E-29) (page E-103) (page E-51) VIDEO OUT terminal (page E-136) USB port (page E-138) Battery compartment DC IN 6V terminal cover (page E-29) (page E-33) External flash sync terminal Open Terminal Panel Cover (page E-104) Memory card slot cover (pages E-37, 38) Card slot cover lock (pages E-37, 38) E-19

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GETTING ACQUAINTED Drive mode dial Mode Dials AEB Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB) page E-89 Continuous Shutter recording page E-88 Drive mode dial 1-Image recording page E-54 Movie recording page E-93 Panorama recording page E-91 Exposure mode dial M M Mode (Manual Exposure) page E-87 S S Mode (Shutter Speed Priority AE) page E-85 A A Mode (Aperture Priority AE) page E-84 Exposure mode dial P P Mode (Program AE) page E-83 Full Auto Mode page E-82 Best Shot Mode page E-76 E-20


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