Kodak EASYSHARE DX3500 user manual

User manual for the device Kodak EASYSHARE DX3500

Device: Kodak EASYSHARE DX3500
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Date of adding : 2013-09-24 15:20:05
Number of pages: 92
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KODAK DX3500 Digital Camera
User’s Guide
Visit Kodak on the World Wide Web at www.kodak.com

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Eastman Kodak Company 343 State Street Rochester, New York 14650 © Eastman Kodak Company, 2001 Kodak is a trademark of Eastman Kodak Company. P/N 6B5501

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Product Overview Front View 1 5 2 6 7 3 8 4 1 Shutter button 5 Viewfinder lens 2 Flash unit 6 Lens with built-in cover 3 Self Timer light 7 On / Off / Close-up switch 4 Light sensor 8 Video out / USB connector Bottom View 4 1 5 2 3 1 Dock & Go Cradle connector 4 Eject button 2 Connector door (open) (Picture Card) 3 Tripod mount socket 5 Battery door iii

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Product Overview Back View 1 2 3 11 10 4 9 5 8 7 6 1 Viewfinder 7 Select button 2 Mode dial 8 4-way arrow button 3 Shutter button 9 Menu button 4 Picture Card door 10 Flash button 5 Wrist strap post 11 Viewfinder light 6 LCD screen iv

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Table of Contents 1 Getting Started ...................................................................1 What Can I Do With My Camera?............................................1 What Can I Do With My Digital Pictures? ............................1 Camera Package Contents .....................................................2 Loading the Batteries ............................................................. 3 Inserting a Picture Card ......................................................... 4

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Displaying the Picture Just Taken .................................... 22 3 Reviewing Your Pictures ............................................... 23 Viewing Pictures on the LCD................................................23 Navigating Through the Pictures .......................................24 Magnifying Pictures ...............................................................24 Deleting Pictures ....................................................................25 Selecting Pictures fo

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Transferring Your Pictures..................................................40 Working With Your Pictures...................................................41 Transferring Your Pictures Manually................................ 42 Printing Your Pictures .......................................................... 43 7 Using the KODAK Camera Dock .................................45 Camera Dock Package Contents ....................................... 45 Installing the Dock Insert....................

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Original Factory Settings—Camera.................................70 Using Your Batteries.............................................................70 Tips, Safety, Maintenance .....................................................71 Camera Accessories.............................................................. 72 Picture Storage Capacities................................................. 73 Locating Pictures on a Picture Card ................................ 73 Picture File Naming Conventions

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1 Getting Started Congratulations on your purchase of the KODAK DX3500 Digital Camera—the camera that takes pictures without film and captures full detail with 2.2 Megapixel resolution. What Can I Do With My Camera? Capture —in Still mode, enjoy easy point-and-shoot operation, using either the camera’s 8 MB of internal memory or an optional removable Picture Card. The internal memory is ideal as a safe place to keep special pictures. Review —in Review mode, display your pictures on the LC

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Chapter 1 Camera Package Contents The KODAK DX3500 Digital Camera is packaged with the following items. 1 Camera with wrist strap 2* 2 AA lithium batteries * 5** 3 USB cable 1 4 Video cable (for viewing pictures on a television) 5 Dock insert** 3 4 6 User’s Guide***, Quick Start Guide, and Software CD (not shown) NOTE: * Your camera may have been packaged with a KODAK Camera Dock. In that case, the AA batteries are replaced with the KODAK Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery Pack. For details on using

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Chapter 1 Loading the Batteries AA lithium batteries are included with your camera.* To load the batteries: 1 Turn the camera off. 2 On the bottom of the camera, slide the battery door in the direction of the arrow, then lift to open. 3 Insert the batteries as shown. + - 4 Close the battery door. IMPORTANT BATTERY INFORMATION See page 70 for the types of batteries you can use in your camera. For acceptable battery life and to make sure your camera operates dependably, do not use alkaline ba

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Chapter 1 Inserting a Picture Card Think of Picture Cards as removable and reusable film, or removable computer memory. Picture Cards provide easy picture storage and transfer. See page 73 for Picture Card storage capacities. To insert a Picture Card: Card door 1 Turn off the camera. 2 Slide the Card door in the direction of the arrow on the door, then pivot open. 3 Hold the Picture Card so the connection end is pointed into the camera and the raised lip faces the back of the camera. 4 Slid

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Chapter 1 Turning the Camera On and Off 1 To turn on the camera, slide the power switch to the On ( | ) or Close Up ( ) position. The viewfinder light blinks green while the camera performs a self-check. When the viewfinder light glows steady green (and the Mode dial is set to Still ) the camera is Viewfinder ready to take pictures. Status bar light A screen message informs you which storage location is being accessed: the camera’s internal memory or a Picture MENU Card. See page 13 fo

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Chapter 1 Automatic Powerdown Saves Batteries The automatic powerdown features help extend battery life by turning off the LCD or camera power when the camera has been inactive (no buttons pushed and no pictures taken) for the given time period. Powerdown Activated Camera Behavior To reactivate Feature after camera Sleep 1 minute LCD is turned off Press any button Sleep, with 5 seconds QuickView on Deep Sleep 8 minutes Most camera circuits off Auto Off 3 hours All camera circuits off Turn the

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Chapter 1 Checking the Battery Level Check the battery power level before you begin taking pictures. Don’t miss an important picture because the camera batteries are low or exhausted. For guidelines on battery usage, see page 70. 1 Turn on the camera. 2 If a battery symbol appears in the LCD, the batteries are low or exhausted. If no symbol appears, your battery is charged. Low —batteries soon need to be replaced or recharged. Exhausted (blinking) —batteries are too weak to power the camera.

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Chapter 1 Mode Dial—Settings and Menus Use the Mode dial to access three ways to use your camera: Still —take pictures and change Mode dial picture-taking options Review —view and work with your pictures on the LCD screen Setup —customize your camera functions Still Menus Use Still mode whenever you are taking pictures and to customize your picture- taking settings. For details on applying the menu options, refer to the page number listed. To access the Still mode menus: 1 Turn the Mode d

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Chapter 1 Review Menus Use the menus in Review mode to view and work with the pictures in your camera. For details on applying the menu options, refer to the page number listed. To access the Review mode menus: 1 Turn the Mode dial to Review . 2 Press the Menu button. 3 Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the menus and submenus. 4 Press the Select button. Menu Menu Magnify Protect (page 24) (page 27) Delete Slide Show (page 25) (page 27) Image Storage Copy (page 13) (page 29) Print Orde

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Chapter 1 Setup Menus Use the menus in Setup mode to customize your camera settings. For details on applying the menu options, refer to the page number listed. To access the Setup mode menus: 1 Turn the Mode dial to Setup . The Setup menu screen is displayed on the LCD. 2 Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the menus and submenus. 3 Press the Select button. Menu Menu Display Brightness Image Storage (page 31) (page 13) Date/Time set About (page 6) (page 33) Video Out Format (page 32) (pa

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Chapter 1 Navigating Through The Menus The method of moving through the menus and selecting options is the same in all three of the camera modes. To display the menus on the LCD: Menu button Menu name  In Still and Review modes, press the Menu button to display the menus. In Review mode, the menus are displayed MENU on the screen with a picture. SELECT  In Setup mode, the menus are automatically displayed when you turn the Mode dial to Setup. The name of the selected menu is briefly

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Chapter 1 Checking Current Camera Status In Still mode, press the button at any time to check which camera settings are active. 1 Turn the Mode dial to Still and turn on Status bar the camera. The current camera status icons are briefly displayed on the LCD. If an icon is not displayed, that camera feature is not currently activated. 2 To display the status icons at any time while in Still mode, press the button. 3 Press again to turn off the icons. Screen icons Status Bar Icons Best I


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