Casio QV-7000SX user manual

User manual for the device Casio QV-7000SX

Device: Casio QV-7000SX
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Date of adding : 2013-11-06 15:16:53
Number of pages: 32
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QUICK REFERENCE
LCD Digital Camera
Loading Batteries (page 27)
Be sure to load the four AA size batteries that come with the camera before using it.
QV-7000SX
Owner's Manual
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On the bottom of the camera, slide the bat- Load batteries so their plus (+) and minus (–) ends are facing
tery compartment cover lock towards the as shown in the illustration.
front of the camera (11111) to release the cover.
Close the battery compartment cover (11111 22222), and then slide
Graspin

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INTRODUCTION Congratulations upon your selection of the QV-7000SX LCD Digital Camera. QUICK REFERENCE CONTENTS To get the most out of the QV-7000SX, be sure to carefully read this manual and follow the instructions contained in it. 2 QUICK REFERENCE 34 SETTING THE CURRENT DATE AND TIME Deleting Images (page 92) To set the date and time ...................................... 34 9 FEATURES To select the date format ..................................... 35 11 PRECAUTIONS 37 RECORDING Using the Shut

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FEATURES FEATURES Optical Zoom Setup Memory Memory card transfer of images to your computer Optical zoom lets you magnify an image to twice its normal Once you register camera settings into Setup Memory, a size. Using optical zoom in combination with digital zoom simple operation returns the camera to the registered set- Images are recorded onto a CompactFlash memory card, lets you zoom up to 8X. tings in an instant. which can be used to transfer images to a personal com- puter. On-the-spot view

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PRECAUTIONS PRECAUTIONS GUIDELINES LAID DOWN BY FCC RULES FOR USE OF Monitor Screen Lens THIS UNIT IN THE U.S.A. (not applicable to other areas). Declaration of Conformity • Camera performance can be adversely affected by finger- This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject Recording prints or dirt on the lens surface. Never touch the lens sur- to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful in- The image shown on the monitor screen during reco

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GENERAL GUIDE UNPACKING IMPORTANT! The following illustrations show the names of each component, button and switch on the camera. Using the Soft Case • Be sure to keep the strap around your wrist whenever Keep the camera in its soft case to protect it when not in use. using the camera to protect against accidentally drop- Top and Display Lens ping it. • The supplied strap is intended for use with this cam- 1 LCD C E G era only. Do not use for any other application. 2 MENU button B POWER Switch

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MONITOR SCREEN MONITOR SCREEN Pressing DISP causes various indicators to appear on the Screen when shutter is pressed half way Recording Mode Playback Mode monitor screen. Flash Mode ( ) Recording Mode Protect indicator Self-timer Spot metering area DISP Remaining number Pages Macro mode indicator of pages Auto Focus Frame Flash Mode • Focusing complete: Mode Auto None Green Mode (SUPER FINE) Flash On • Focusing failed: DISP button (SUPER FINE) (FINE) Flash Off Red/White (FINE) (NORMAL) Red-

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MEMORY CARDS MEMORY CARDS 2. Press MENU. Memory Card Precautions Memory Card Folder Precautions Formatting a Memory Card You can format a memory card to delete all of the data • Images cannot be recorded with this camera unless a • Folders (directories) are automatically created if the card stored on it. memory card is installed in it. you are using does not already have similarly named fold- ers (page 84). • Be sure to use only CASIO brand CompactFlash cards. Proper operation with other memor

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POWER SUPPLY POWER SUPPLY • Dead batteries are susceptible to leakage, which can Battery Handling Precautions Auto Power Off Using AC Power cause serious damage to your camera. Remove batteries (Battery Powered Operation Only) Incorrect use or handling of batteries can cause them to leak from the camera as soon as you notice they are dead. Use the optional AC adaptor (AD-C620) to power the cam- or burst and seriously damage your camera. Be sure to note • The batteries that power this camera norm

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SETTING THE CURRENT DATE AND TIME POWER SUPPLY 5. Press the shutter button to cycle through the Use the following procedures to set the current date and To set the date and time time, and to select the date format. available settings until the one you want is on When you record an image, the time and date the image was the monitor screen. shot is registered in accordance with data from the camera’s 1. Slide the Function Switch to PLAY. built-in clock. You can even use the TIME STAMP function to

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R E W O P RECORDING RECORDING RECORDING • The POWER Switch returns to its original position IMPORTANT! Using the Shutter Button Basic Recording Operation when you release it. Auto Focus tends not to work well with the following The following steps describe how to operate the shutter but- The following describes the basic operation for recording • Turning on power enters the normal Recording Mode. types of subjects. ton so that Auto Focus has a chance to focus the image. images. • If power turn

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RECORDING RECORDING • The monitor screen goes blank and the operation indicator • The flash unit will not charge when battery power is IMPORTANT! Using the Flash flashes amber while the flash unit is charging. low. The indicator flashes red to warn you that the • Never use the flash in areas where combustible or ex- You can use the built-in flash unit to provide illumination dur- flash will not fire correctly, which may affect exposure plosive gas is present. Doing so creates the danger of in

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RECORDING RECORDING 3. After adjusting the exposure, press the shutter • The exposure compensation value automatically re- Exposure Compensation verts to zero whenever the shutter button is pressed. button to record the image. This camera features an program AE function that automati- You can manually reset the exposure compensation cally changes shutter speed and aperture in accordance value by using [+] and [–] to change the value back to with available light. In addition, you can also manuall

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OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS 4. Use [+] and [–] to increase or decrease the dis- Manual Focus Using the Macro Feature Movie Recording tance value on the monitor screen, until the Manual Focus lets you manually adjust the focus of an im- With the macro feature, you can record close up images of You can record movies that are approximately 3.2, 6.4, or one closest to distance you measured in step 3 age. subjects locate only 10cm (4") from the lens. 12.8 seconds long. is disp

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OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS 4. After confirming that the Auto Focus operation 3. Compose the image on the monitor screen, Sports Mode Night Mode is complete (operation indicator is green), and then press the shutter button about half The sports mode makes it possible to capture sharp record- The Night Mode is for recording images in dark areas. press the shutter button all the way down to way. ings of moving objects. • Using the Night Mode in combination with the flash re

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OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS 3. After composing the image on the monitor 4. Use [+] and [–] to select the number of shots 8. After confirming that the Auto Focus operation Using the Timer screen, press the shutter button about half you want to record, and then press the shutter is complete (operation indicator is green), You can use the timer to perform any one of the following way and hold it there to activate Auto Focus. button. press the shutter button all the way down

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OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS SPOT ........ Measures light in a limited 4. Use [+] and [–] to select the setting you want To make Record Menu settings Performing Manual White Balance area in the center of the im- and then press the shutter button. Certain lighting conditions can cause Auto white balance to age. Use this setting when • If you want to change other settings, press MENU and 1. Slide the Function Switch to REC. take a very long time or can result in a limitation

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OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS 5. Repeat step 4 for other items, if you want. Item Initialized Setting Initializing Mode Memory WB OFF 6. After the on/off status of each item is the way Use the following procedure to initialize the mode memory. APERTURE OFF you want it, press MENU. DIGITAL ZOOM OFF FLASH ON To initialize mode memory AF/MF/MACRO OFF 1. Slide the Function Switch to REC. METERING ON 2. Align the dial with . • An item that is ON stores its current setting in mod

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PLAYBACK PLAYBACK 3. Press MENU. 6. Use [+] and [–] to select Regrouping Movie Images To ungroup movie images MOVIE, and then press When you record a movie, the camera automatically groups the shutter button. four images that make up the movie. Transferring a movie to 1. Perform steps 1 through 6 under “To re-group a personal computer causes its images to become movie images” on page 69. ungrouped. If you download the movie back to the camera, you will be unable to play it back as a movie unles

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PLAYBACK PLAYBACK 7. Use [+] and [–] to select To ungroup panorama images 4. Use [+] and [–] to select Using Zoom GROUPING, and then VIEW, and then press the The following operation lets you magnify an image to twice press the shutter button. 1. Perform steps 1 through 6 under “To re-group shutter button. its normal size. Note that you can zoom only a single still panorama images” on page 72. image. 2. Use [+] and [–] to select CANCEL GROUPING, IMPORTANT! and then press the shut- Movie and pan

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PLAYBACK PLAYBACK 5. To stop Auto Play, press any button besides To start Auto Play Setting the Auto Play Interval Screen Saver MENU. You can use the following operation to set the amount of The screen saver function automatically activates Auto Play • Note that all buttons are disabled while an image 1. Slide the Function Switch to PLAY. time that should be allowed between each image during (which automatically scrolls through images) whenever you change is in progress. Wait until an image is s


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