Kodak DCS600 user manual

User manual for the device Kodak DCS600

Device: Kodak DCS600
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Date of adding : 2013-03-20 15:19:56
Number of pages: 295
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DCS 600 Series Digital Cameras
User’s Guide
for DCS 600 Series Digital Cameras

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© Eastman Kodak Company and Nikon Corp., 2000 All rights reserved Kodak and Kodak Professional are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company Adobe, Photoshop, and Acrobat are trademarks of Adobe Systems Inc.

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CAREFULLY READ THE FOLLOWING WARRANTY TERMS AND CONDITIONS BEFORE USING YOUR CAMERA. USE OF YOUR CAMERA INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE WITH THEM, PROMPTLY RETURN THE CAMERA, UNUSED, ALONG WITH THE ACCOMPANYING MATERIALS, IN THE ORIGINAL PACKAGING. WARRANTY KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS 600 Series Cameras THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY TO EQUIPMENT PURCHASED IN THE UNITED STATES. Warranty Time Period Kodak warrants your KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS 600 Series Cam

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Limitations REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT WITHOUT CHARGE IS KODAK’S ONLY OBLIGATION UNDER THIS WARRANTY. Warranty service will not be provided without dated proof of purchase. Please return the Warranty Registration card within 30 days of purchase. As a condition of warranty service, before sending in your equipment to a Kodak authorized service center for repair, you must first contact a Kodak representative for return authorization and instructions. Should you need to return equipment to Kodak, Ko

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Outside the United States In countries other than the United States, warranty terms may be different. Unless a specific Kodak warranty is communicated to the purchaser in writing by Kodak, no warranty or liability exists even though defect, damage or loss may be by negligence or other act of Kodak. How to obtain service In the United States, call 1-800-23-KODAK (1-800-235-6325). In Canada, call 1-800-GO-KODAK (1-800-465-6325). In other countries, call your nearest Kodak representative. If ser

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Product Support Options During the warranty period for the Kodak Professional DCS 600 Series digital camera, you are entitled to product support for both hardware and software, provided your camera is registered with the Eastman Kodak Company. You may register with Eastman Kodak via mail, fax, or through Kodak’s WWW (World Wide Web) site (http://www.kodak.com). Support is provided through a variety of options: 1 Technical support through the WWW site: (ht

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5 Out-of-Warranty Support Options There will be a charge for call incidents if you wish to speak to a Kodak support representative. A call incident is defined as only those issues raised during the first telephone or email contact. Follow-up telephone calls by Kodak’s representative, and callbacks to Kodak’s Support Center to resolve the call incident will not be charged, provided a valid, active call number is provided. Calls to report bugs or anomalies will have any charges cancelled. Cal

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Contents Table of Contents Important Information ..................................................1-1 System Requirements for your Computer................................................ 1-2 Macintosh ........................................................................................1-2 Windows .......................................................................................... 1-2 Warnings .............................................................................................

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Top Status LCD Panel ................................................................... 2-11 Back Status LCD Panel ................................................................. 2-12 Image LCD Panel .......................................................................... 2-12 Menu Bar .............................................................................. 2-12 Navigation Techniques ......................................................... 2-14 Status Bar ............................

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Contents Sync Terminal........................................................................................ 2-30 Self-Diagnostic Shutter System ............................................................. 2-31 Changing Viewfinders ........................................................................... 2-32 Removing the Finder ..................................................................... 2-32 Attaching the Finder ....................................................................

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Configuring Your Camera ........................................... 4-1 Date and Time.......................................................................................... 4-1 Camera Properties.................................................................................... 4-3 Setting Display Off Time ................................................................ 4-3 Setting PowerSave Time ................................................................. 4-3 Enabling Sharpening .......

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Contents The AC Adapter for Camera ........................................................... 7-5 Connecting the AC Adapter for Camera ................................ 7-5 Optional Settings Before You Start ......................................................... 7-7 Set the Date and Time ..................................................................... 7-7 Select a PC Card or Folder .............................................................. 7-7 Basic Shooting .........................

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Setting the Metering System ......................................................... 8-13 Exposure Mode ...................................................................................... 8-14 Programmed Auto Exposure Mode ...................................... 8-14 Shutter-Priority Auto Exposure Mode .................................. 8-15 Aperture-Priority Auto Exposure Mode ............................... 8-15 Manual Exposure Mode ........................................................ 8

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Contents Two-Button Reset .......................................................................... 10-8 ISO ......................................................................................................... 10-9 Drive Mode .......................................................................................... 10-10 Choosing a Drive Mode .............................................................. 10-10 Single-Frame Shooting ....................................................... 10

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Creating a Natural-looking Stream of Light ....................... 11-15 Guide Numbers for Determining the Correct Aperture ....................... 11-17 Calculating the Correct Aperture ................................................ 11-17 Calculating the Shooting Distance .............................................. 11-17 Guide Number Table ................................................................... 11-17 Working with Images on the Camera ........................ 12-1 Image Review M

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Contents Aperture-Priority Auto Exposure Mode ........................................ 13-4 Locking the Aperture ............................................................ 13-7 Different Procedures for Different Lenses ........................... 13-8 Manual Exposure Mode ................................................................ 13-8 Locking Shutter Speed/Aperture ........................................ 13-11 Different Procedures for Different Lenses ......................... 13-12 Fle

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Transmitting Data ...................................................... 15-1 Connecting a Device to the Serial Port.................................................. 15-1 Accessing Serial Port Options ............................................................... 15-2 Setting the Baud Rate .................................................................... 15-2 Serial In Mode ............................................................................... 15-3 Serial In Status ................

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Contents Other symptoms, causes and remedies: .................................................. B-3 Appendix C - Lens and Viewfinder Compatibility .....C-1 Compatible Lenses.................................................................................. C-1 Manual Single Focal Length Lenses .............................................. C-1 Manual Zoom Lenses ..................................................................... C-5 Autofocus Single Focal Length Lenses ........................

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Important Info INSERT PHOTO HERE Important Information 1 Thank you for purchasing your new KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS 600 Series Camera 1 (DCS 620, 620x, 660, or 660M). This portable camera system, which combines technologies of Eastman Kodak Company and Nikon Corporation, will allow you to take and store high-resolution, high-quality digital images. Before you start using the camera, you should follow the instructions listed below. ✔ Read the Warranty statement. ✔ Read the Software License Ag

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System Requirements for your Computer The following sections list the required and optional computer hardware and software needed to run the DCS Host Software with Adobe Photoshop on the Macintosh, and TWAIN-compliant applications on the PC. Refer to the KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Host Software User’s Manual on the DCS Host Software CD included with your camera. Macintosh ✔ 100 MHz Power PC processor with on-board IEEE 1394 port and/or available PCI bus slots and/or PC Card reader ✔ IEEE 1394 ad


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