Kodak DCS300 user manual

User manual for the device Kodak DCS300

Device: Kodak DCS300
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Date of adding : 2013-03-20 15:19:56
Number of pages: 256
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DCS 300 SERIES DIGITAL CAMERAS; USER'S GUIDE-ENGLISH; FRONT COVER
6B0935_A
TRIM SIZE: 7.5 (W) X 9.0 (H) INCHES
M. DE MEYER, CORPORATE DESIGN AND USABILITY CENTER, 03.16.99
FONTS USED IN THIS ARTWORK:
UNIVERS 55 REGULAR, UNIVERS 65 BOLD
COLORS USED IN THIS ARTWORK:
PROCESS, SPOT COLOR KODAK YELLOW
DCS 300 Series Digital Cameras
User’s Guide
for DCS 300 Series Digital Cameras
USER'S GUIDE-FRONT COVER
7.5 (W) x 9.0 (H)"

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Contents Table of Contents About Your Camera .....................................................1-1 Package Contents ..................................................................................... 1-2 Camera Accessories ................................................................................. 1-2 Features .................................................................................................... 1-3 Camera Nomenclature ....................................................

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Lenses .................................................................................................... 1-19 Mounting the Lens ........................................................................ 1-19 Setting the Lens to the Minimum Aperture ................................... 1-21 Removing the Lens ....................................................................... 1-22 Non-CPU Lenses and Lens Adapters ............................................ 1-22 Antialiasing Filter ...........

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Contents Configuring Your Camera ...........................................3-1 Setting the Date and Time........................................................................ 3-1 Camera Properties.................................................................................... 3-3 Setting Camera Properties ............................................................... 3-3 Using a PC Card ...........................................................4-1 PC Cards ..............................

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Aperture-Priority Auto Exposure Mode (A) ................................. 6-13 Manual Exposure Mode (M) ......................................................... 6-14 Operating in Auto-Multi Program ......................................................... 6-15 Operating in Flexible Program .............................................................. 6-17 Operating in Shutter-Priority Auto Exposure Mode.............................. 6-18 Operating in Aperture-Priority Auto Exposure Mode .....

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Contents Self-Timer Operation ............................................................................... 7-1 Exposure Compensation .......................................................................... 7-3 Using the Auto Exposure Lock Function ........................................ 7-4 Obtaining a Meter Reading in Manual Exposure Mode .................. 7-6 Exposure Compensation Operation ................................................. 7-7 Auto Exposure Bracketing ..................

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Slow Sync ....................................................................................... 8-5 Rear-Curtain Sync .......................................................................... 8-5 Selecting Flash Sync Mode ............................................................. 8-6 Tips .................................................................................................. 8-8 Using the Built-in Flash...........................................................................

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Contents Associating Sound Files With Images ................................................... 9-10 Deleting Images ..................................................................................... 9-12 Deleting One Image ....................................................................... 9-12 Deleting More Than One Image .................................................... 9-13 Connecting your Camera to a Computer ...................10-1 Advantages to Using an IEEE 1394 Connection ...

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WARRANTY ........................................................................................ 12-1 KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS 300 Series Digital Camera ...... 12-1 Warranty Time Period ........................................................................... 12-1 Warranty Repair Coverage .................................................................... 12-1 Limitations ............................................................................................. 12-2 Outside the United State

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Contents Appendix E - Focal Length Conversion ..................... E-1 Appendix F - Problem Report ..................................... F-1

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Your Camera About Your Camera 1 Thank you for purchasing your new KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS 300 Series Digital Camera. This portable camera system combines features of the Nikon Pronea 6i camera with digital camera features developed by Eastman Kodak. Your camera retains many of 1 the features of the Pronea camera. This User’s Manual describes the digital aspects of your camera as well as the Pronea camera features. To effectively use your camera, you should read this manual as well as the KODA

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Package Contents Check that the items below and on the next page are included in your camera package. 4 DCS 315 or DCS 330 camera (with battery tray and handstrap) 4 Extra battery tray 4 52 mm Hot mirror (DCS 315 only) 4 AC adapter 4 U.S. power cord 4 Kodak DCS 300 Series User’s Manual (English) 4 Quick Start guide (English) 4 Service agreement information 4 U.S. Warranty card 4 International Warranty card 4 CD containing the following items related to the DCS 300 Series camera: • The following

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Your Camera Features Your camera, which integrates Nikon SLR functionality with Kodak digital camera technology, provides a rich set of features that allows you to capture images of the highest quality. The following features are available in both the DCS 315 and 330 cameras: Accessories/Computer Interface: 4 DCS 315: accepts removable Nikon IX-Nikkor AF and F-mount lenses. DCS 330: accepts removable Nikon F-mount lenses. Refer to “Lenses” on page 1-19. 4 Dual PC Card slots hold one Type III

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The table below lists the features that differ for the DCS 315 and DCS 330 cameras: Feature DCS 315 DCS 330 Image Size 1.5 million pixels 3 million pixels (1008 x 1520) (1504 x 2008) 2:3 aspect ratio 3:4 aspect ratio Approximate Finished TIFF - 1.7 MB TIFF - 3.3 MB File Size JPEG Best - 650 KB JPEG Better - 350 KB JPEG Good - 200 KB ISO 100 - 400 125 - 400 Burst 2 frames/second burst for 3 1 frame/second burst for 8 images images every 11 seconds with Type III PC Card Time from capture to 2 s

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Your Camera Camera Nomenclature Camera Front Main-Command dial Self-timer LED Sub-Command dial Antialiasing filter Lens Release button Focus Mode selector 1 Battery/PC Card door Camera Back Main-Command dial AE Lock button AE-L Image LCD panel MENU button SELECT button Camera Status LCD Panel MENU SELECT REC/TAG REC/TAG button Illuminator button Vari-Program (Ps) button Ps Camera Status LCD panel Exposure Mode (MDE) MDE button Metering button FNC Function (FNC) button Exposure Compensation

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OR- OUT ON OFF Camera Top Shutter Release button Flash Lock-release button QR-OUT button Self-timer button Remote Shutter Release Neck Strap eyelet terminal Neck/Hand Strap eyelet BASIC/ADVANCED switch Main-command dial Accessory shoe Power switch Camera Bottom Tripod mount rubber pad Tripod mount Product label Serial number 1-6 BASIC ADVANCED

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Your Camera Camera Sides Hand/neck strap eyelet 1 IEEE 1394 Host Interface Connection AC Adapter Connection Hand Strap eyelet Flash Sync Terminal (DCS 330 only) * * The yellow triangle with a black “!” near the flash sync terminal is intended to warn you of the following: WARNING: The Flash Sync terminal is for a flash sync cable system ONLY! DO NOT CONNECT AC MAIN POWER TO THIS CONNECTOR! Doing so can create a hazardous condition. 1-7

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LCD Panels and LEDs Image LCD Panel Use the Image LCD panel for the following: 4 View status information (page 9-8). File Type PC Card Inserted Host computer Connected Images Available Battery Level or AC Adapter Connected Folder Name (#images in folder) Background Image Processing Status Image thumbnail Currently Recording Relative location of current image in folder Current Image Number File Type of Current Image 4 Review images in Single, Four, or Nine Image Review mode (page 9-1). 4 Sele


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