Kodak AZ361-WH user manual

User manual for the device Kodak AZ361-WH

Device: Kodak AZ361-WH
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Date of adding : 2013-03-20 15:19:56
Number of pages: 95
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User Manual

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BEFORE YOU START Declaration of Conformity About this Manual Responsible Party: JK Imaging Ltd. Thank you for purchasing this Kodak digital camera. Address:  4 W.  90th Street, Suite 550, Please read this manual carefully and keep it in a safe Gardena, CA 90248, USA place for future reference. Company Website: www.kodakcamera.jkiltd.com JK Imaging Ltd. reserves all rights of this document. No part of this published manual may be repro- For Customers in the U.S.A. duced, transmitted, tr

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SAFETY NOTES When you take the camera from a cold place to Safety notes for this camera a warmer environment, condensation may occur. Do not drop the camera or allow it to hit solid Please wait for a reasonable period of time before objects. you turn it on. Do not attempt to disassemble the camera. When you use the camera, remove the battery if it To prevent the camera from being damaged by overheats. Wait until the unit cools down. moisture, do not use or store the camera in very

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If battery fluid leaks onto your skin, rinse your skin When the camera is stored for a long period of with clean water and seek immediate medical at- time, remove the battery and keep it in a dry place tention. that is not accessible to the infants and children. Disposal of used batteries should be carried out In a colder environment, the performance of the in accordance with the local (national or regional) battery could be noticeably reduced. regulations. When you install the battery,

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Do not directly edit the data on the memory card. Other Safety Notes Copy the data to your PC before you edit them. Do not disconnect the power or turn the camera off When the camera is stored for a long period of during the update process. Doing so may cause time, be sure to download your photos and remove incorrect data to be written and the camera may the memory card. Store it in a dry environment. not power on later. Format the memory card using the camera before Do not hang the ne

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CONTENTS BEFORE YOU START ............................ MODE OVERVIEW ................................20 Display Setting .................................................. 20 SAFETY NOTES ....................................2 LCD Screen Display .......................................... 2 CONTENTS ............................................5 Overview of the screen icons in photo shooting mode .................................. 2 GETTING READY ..................................9 Overview of

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Auto Scene Mode .......................................   i Button Function Menu ..................................... 45 Custom Settings ................................................  5 PLAYBACK .............................................46 BASIC OPERATION ............................... 6 Viewing Photos and Videos .............................. 46 Thumbnail View ................................................. 47 Using the Zoom Function ..................................  6 Using Zo

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Photo Shooting Setting Menu ........................... 56 Resize ......................................................... 64 Quality ......................................................... 56 Color Effect ................................................. 64 AF-Assist Beam .......................................... 57 Playback Setting Menu ..................................... 65 Digital Zoom ................................................ 57 Protect .........................................

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Reset .......................................................... 7 Print Index ................................................... 82 FW Version ................................................. 7 Print DPOF Images ..................................... 8 Exit .............................................................. 8 CONNECTIONS .....................................74 APPENDICES ........................................84 Connecting to a Computer ................................ 74 Sett

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T Quick Start Guide STOP GETTING READY Accessories Included Your camera box should contain the camera model you purchased along with the following accessories. If any- thing is missing or appears to be damaged, please contact your retailer. Rechargeable Neck Strap AC Adapter Service Card CD-ROM Lithium-Ion Battery USB Cable Warranty Card Quick Start Guide Lens Cap With Strap 9

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Install lens cap and neck strap 0 

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Part Names 2 6 1 3 7 8 9 5 10 11 4 12 16 15 13 14 

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26 17 18 19 27 25 24 23 22 29 21 20 28 2  ON OFF

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AF Assist Beam/Timer Indica-   Playback Button 2 Shutter Button tor 2 Flash Lamp 2  AF Button/Arrow Button (Up) 22 Continuous Capture Button Flash Button/Arrow Button  Microphone  2 Fast Video Recording Button (Right) Delete Button/Self-Timer But- 4 Lens 4 24 Power Switch ton/Arrow Button (Down) Macro Button/Arrow Button 5 LCD Screen 5  25 Mode Dial (Left) Exposure Compensation 6 6  SET Button 26 Flash Button Button 7 Status Indicator 7 Strap Buckles 27 Speaker 8 i Button 8 USB

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Charging Battery Before you charge your battery, you should turn the  . When the camera is turned off, you can also con- camera off and insert the battery. nect the camera to your PC using a USB cable to charge the battery. . Connect the camera and the power charger using the supplied USB cable. (The plug shape of the power charger may vary depending on the country or region. The actual item may vary from the draw- ing below). 2. Insert the plug of the power charger into the wall outlet t

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Installing Battery and Memory Card . Open the battery cover. 2. Insert the battery into the battery slot in the correct position as shown in the following diagram: 5

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. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot 4. Close the battery cover. as shown in the diagram below: Write protection buckle The memory card (SD/SDHC) is optional and not included in all camera packaging. If you have to purchase a memory card, select one with storage capacity between 4GB and  2GB to ensure cor- rect data storage. To remove your memory card, open the battery cover, gently press the memory card to eject it and remove it carefully. 6 

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Symbol Description Turning Camera On and Off Slide the power switch to turn on/off the camera. In the instructions below, the following symbols may be used throughout this manual on how to operate the camera. This is to facilitate better understanding. [Button name]: When one button on the camera Power Switch cannot be indicated by an icon, the symbol [ ] is used to indicate it. 「Item properties」:The optional properties in the camera interface are indicated by the symbol「 」. 7 ON/OFF

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Set your Language, Date/Time Set your Language, Date/Time after the first 2. Press the button, press the up/down arrow but- ton to select , and press the button to enter power-on the menu. 1. When you turn the camera on for the first time, the . Press the up/down arrow button to select , and language selection screen appears. press the button or right arrow button to enter 2. Press the arrow buttons to select your desired the menu. language. 4. Press the up/down arrow button to sele

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6. Press the up/down arrow button to press the value for your selected block. After you finish your set- tings, press the button to confirm. 7. Press the button and the following snapshot screen appears. Resetting Date/Time After you set your Date/Time for the first time, follow the instructions below to reset date and time. . Turn the camera on via the power switch. 2. Press the button, press the up/down arrow but- ton to select , and press the button to enter the menu. . Press the u


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