FujiFilm @xia iX-100 user manual

User manual for the device FujiFilm @xia iX-100

Device: FujiFilm @xia iX-100
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Date of adding : 2014-09-20 15:17:56
Number of pages: 76
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Camera TV Software Data
User’s Manual B-011015

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Brief Description This Digital Camera iX-100 is a simple, easy-to-use enclosed CD-ROM provides a range of functions that digital camera. The USB cable and SmartMedia make it easy for you to modify your images, create supplied with the camera make it easy for you to calendars or postcards and print out what you have download images to your PC. You can also use the created on your printer. video output function to view your images on a TV. The bundled “ArcSoft PhotoImpression3.0” software on the T

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Camera TV Software Data After purchasing this product, be sure to check that Package Contents the package contains all the items listed below. Camera LR6 AA-size alkaline SmartMedia (4MB) Soft case batteries (2) Strap Video cable USB cable CD-ROM User’s manual, Quick start guide, Warranty card Every effort has been made to ensure that this product camera. Keep the camera packaging in a safe place as is complete. If any items are missing from the package, it will be needed if you return the camer

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Contents ................................................... Brief Description 2 USING YOUR CAMERA .............................................. Package Contents 3 ..................................... ......................................................... q TAKING PICTURES 22 Safety Notes 6 ......... ............... Viewfinder and Viewfinder Lamp Display 23 Notes on Using Your Camera Correctly 7 ... .................................. jp SELECTING THE SHOOTING DISTANCE 24 Notes on the Power

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Camera TV Software Data ..................................... Delete (delete frame) 41 ................................. Using iX-100 Camera 59 ........................................................ Delete all 42 Using iX-100 Twain Driver ........................................................... Format 42 ........................................ for Windows only 62 ....................................................... Language 43 ............................... USING PhotoImpression3.0 64

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Safety Notes To ensure that you use your camera correctly, read these h Ensure that batteries are stored in a safe, secure place Safety Notes and your User’s Manual carefully beforehand. well out of the reach of any small children. The warnings given here provide important safety Incorrect use of the batteries could cause them to leak, information and should be observed at all times. become hot, ignite or burst. Always observe the precautions given “Notes on the Power Supply” (/P.8).  The icon

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Camera TV Software Data Notes on Using Your Camera Correctly quantities of water and induce vomiting. Then seek hTest Shots Prior to Photography medical assistance. For particularly important photographs (such as weddings and overseas trips), always take a test photograph and view hHandling Your Digital Camera the image to make sure that the camera is functioning h This camera contains precision electronic components. normally. To ensure that images are recorded correctly, do not ✽ Fuji Photo Fi

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Notes on the Power Supply hCleaning Your Camera hApplicable Batteries h Use blower brush to remove dust from the lens, LCD or h LR6 AA-size alkaline batteries can be used with this viewfinder as these surfaces, and then wipe lightly with a camera. soft, dry cloth. h The operating lives of alkaline batteries vary between h Do not scratch hard objects against the lens, LCD or brands and the life of batteries you purchase may be viewfinder as these surface are easily damaged. shorter than the alkal

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Camera TV Software Data TM Notes on the SmartMedia use batteries of different types or brands together. hSmartMedia h When replacing the batteries, always fit 2 new batteries. The SmartMedia card supplied with your camera is a new Here, ‘new batteries’ refers to either recently purchased image recording medium developed especially for use in unused alkaline batteries. digital cameras. Each SmartMedia card contains a built-in h In cold locations (at temperatures of +10°C or below), semiconductor

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become impossible to store or delete data on a h Never remove the SmartMedia or switch the camera off SmartMedia that has been used for a long period. When during data recording, during data deleting (SmartMedia this occurs, purchase a new SmartMedia card. formatting). These actions could result in damage to the h Affix the label onto the designed area of the card. Do not SmartMedia. use third-party labels as this can lead to problems when h Use only the SmartMedia specified for use with the the

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Camera TV Software Data Nomenclature Flash(P.25) Self-timer lamp(P.28) Viewfinder window(P.23) Lens Shooting distance selector switch(P.24) Battery cover(P.15) Tripod mount USB socket(P.58) Video output socket(P.36) 11

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Power button(P.18) Liquid crystal display(P.13) QUALITY button(P.26) Flash button(P.25) MODE button(P.27) Viewfinder lamp(P.23) Shutter button(P.23) Strap lug(P.14) Viewfinder (P.23) SmartMedia slot SmartMedia slot cover(P.16) (P.16) 12

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Camera TV Software Data Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) LCD Mode See page P.24 Close-up Mode p Flash Mode Auto Flash d P.25 f a Forced Flash s Flash-off u Quality (Image Quality) P.26 i o LCD Mode See page P.28 Self-timer Mode w Number of Available Shots P.23, 33, Digital Telephoto Mode P.29 1 45 g (001-999), etc. n Video Output Format P.33, 36 P.18 Battery Status z b P.33, 45 Beep Tone on/off r P.19 SmartMedia is loaded/unload y P.34 Delete Mode e q Still Image Mode P.22, 30 qt t Movie Mode 13

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ATTACHING THE STRAP 3 1 2 Do not use a strap made for cellular phones or similar electronic products. These straps are usually too light or Point weak to hold your camera securely. For P safety, use only straps designed for cameras. 14

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Camera TV Software Data LOADING THE BATTERIES Compatible batteries Use LR6 AA-size alkaline batteries (2). 2 1 3 h When loading the batteries into the h In cold locations (at temperatures of +10°C or below), camera, ensure that the battery polarity battery performance deteriorates and the time for Point (= and -) is as indicated on the camera. which they can be used shortens markedly. h The operating lives of alkaline batteries h Do not use new battery together with used battery. P vary between

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TM LOADING THE SmartMedia ✽ Insert the SmartMedia so that the gold- colored section on the SmartMedia faces the gold stickers on the camera. 1 2 3 Gold colored sectio on h Ensure that camera Gold Gold Gold is switched off ! stic stick kers ers Supported SmartMedia and Standard No. of Available Shots ✽ Operation of this camera is only guaranteed when it is used with ✽ The number of shots may increase or decrease slightly depending FUJIFILM SmartMedia. on the type of subject. Note also that the

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Camera TV Software Data Removing the SmartMedia Write-Protecting SmartMedia h Ensure that camera is switched off ! Affixing a write-protect sticker to a SmartMedia makes it impossible to record or delete images on the SmartMedia or format the SmartMedia. Simply peel off the sticker to use the card normally again. h Always use the write-protect stickers provided and ensure that the sticker is firmly affixed to the SmartMedia and does not overlap outside the write-protect area . Do not reuse writ

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Battery Status k SWITCHING ON AND OFF LCD Description The batteries have ample charge. z The battery charge is low. Have a new x set of batteries ready. The batteries will run out shortly. We h Pressing the k Power button recommend to replace with new c switches the camera on and off. batteries. The batteries are exhausted. Replace v with new batteries. Switching the camera on allows you to check the remaining battery charge and ascertain whether a SmartMedia is Point loaded in the camera. P 18

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Camera TV Software Data SmartMedia Status Power Save Function The Power Save function automatically switches the camera off to avoid wasting battery power when the camera is left unused for a set period while switched on. ✽ The Power Save function does not operate when a USB connection is being used. h To ready the camera for taking pictures after the Power Save function has been activated, press the k Power button. h You can change the period of time after which the Power Save function is activ

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GUIDE TO CAMERA OPERATIONS TAKING REVIEW DELETE e PICTURES q qq Using camera Using camera & TV Using camera Delete the selected frame q Still Image Mode (/P.22) Index (/P.38) (/P.34) Review (/P.39) Shooting Distance Selection Slide show (/P.40) (/P.24) ✽ You can delete all the images. j Normal Mode p Close-up Mode Flash Mode Selection Refer to (/P.25) dAuto Flash Refer to “Connecting to a TV” a Forced Flash (/P.36) s Flash-off Quality Selection (/P.26) u/i/o Mode Selection (/P.27) w Self-timer M

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