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A Kodak© DC50 color digital camera is available to students. The student must obtain
permission to use the camera from the instructor or the laboratory/operations manager.
The camera can then be signed out for use.
The following are steps for taking pictures with the DC50 digital camera.
Turning On and Taking Pictures
Pull the sliding cover gently away from the camera. The sliding cover is located on the
front of the camera. When the camera is on, icons appear on t
CAMERA OPTIONS To select any camera option press the MODE button on the back of the camera. The icon flashes when selected. Press the SELECT button to advance through the options until the desired function is chosen. Fig. 3. Illustration of camera mode options. Auto Focus The Auto Focus (AF) function allows you to select from three focus settings: Multi-spot auto focus ( three dots under the AF icon), single spot auto focus (one dot under the AF icon), and close-up focus (a flower icon). Use the
Connect the DC50 to the serial cable on CAD 12 if using Windows® or the modem cable on the Macintosh Centris 650 if using that system. The cable connections for the camera are located below a small rubber cover on the side of the unit. Fig. 4. Cable Connections on the Camera Power Supply An auxiliary power supply is also available for use with the camera. It is suggested you connect the auxiliary power unit when using the camera in conjunction with the computer. Since transfers are often lengthy
ERASING IMAGES ON CAMERA The images can be erased using the MODE select on the camera or erasing the images after transfering them in the PhotoEnhancer software. On the camera, the erase images icon appears only when pictures are in the cameras internal memory. To erase pictures press the MODE button until the erase images icon flashes. The erase images icon looks like an eraser in the lower right corner of the LCD. Press the ERASE button and hold it for two seconds. The erase images icon flashe
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