Kodak V610 user manual

User manual for the device Kodak V610

Device: Kodak V610
Size: 5,23 MB
Date of adding : 2014-06-22 15:20:16
Number of pages: 87
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Kodak EasyShare V610
dual lens digital camera
User’s guide
www.kodak.com
For interactive tutorials, www.kodak.com/go/howto
For help with your camera, www.kodak.com/go/v610support

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Eastman Kodak Company Rochester, New York 14650 © Eastman Kodak Company, 2006 All screen images are simulated. Kodak, EasyShare, and Perfect Touch are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company. Schneider-Kreuznach and C-Variogon are trademarks of Jos. Schneider Optische Werke GmbH used under license by Eastman Kodak Company. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Kodak is under license. P/N 4J4375_en

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Product features Front view 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 13 12 8 9 11 10 1 Shutter button 7 Flash 2 Flash button 8 DC-In (5V) 3 On/Off button 9 Lenses 4 Auto (pictures) mode button 10 Video/Self-timer lights 5 Video mode button 11 Light sensor 6 Favorites mode button 12 Strap post 13 Microphone www.kodak.com/go/support i

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Product features Back view 17 1 16 15 14 13 2 12 3 11 10 4 5 9 6 7 8 1 On/Off, Mode buttons/Battery charging 10 Battery compartment; slot for optional lights/Bluetooth status lights SD or MMC card 2 LCD 11 Speaker 3 Wide angle/Telephoto button 12 Share button 4Grip 13 Review button 5 LCD/Info button 14 Menu button 6 OK button 15 Delete button 7 Macro/Landscape mode button 16 Scene mode button 8 Tripod socket 17 Ready light 9 Dock connector, USB, A/V Out ii www.kodak.com/go/support

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Table of contents 1 1 Setting up your camera .........................................................................1 Attaching the strap .......................................................................................1 Loading the KLIC-7001 battery......................................................................1 Charging the battery .....................................................................................2 Turning on the camera .......................................

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Table of contents 4 Doing more with your camera .............................................................28 Using the menu to change settings..............................................................28 Customizing your camera ............................................................................32 Using exposure compensation to adjust picture brightness...........................35 Using the histogram to view picture brightness............................................36 Using t

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1 Setting up your camera Attaching the strap Loading the KLIC-7001 battery 1 2 For information on replacing batteries and extending battery life, see page 68. www.kodak.com/go/support 1

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Setting up your camera Charging the battery Charge until all 3 battery charging lights are lit (approximately 2 hours). 5-volt AC adapter (included with your camera) NOTE: Use this AC adapter to charge the battery and to power the EasyShare photo frame dock 2. Kodak EasyShare photo frame dock 2 May be sold separately. Visit 1 www.kodak.com/go/v610accessories. Battery 2 charging lights Kodak EasyShare printer dock series 3 or EasyShare camera dock series 3 May be sold separately. Visit w

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Setting up your camera Turning on the camera Press the On/Off button to turn the camera on in Auto mode. NOTE: You can also press the Auto, Video, or Favorites button to turn on the camera in that mode. Setting the language and date/time Language: 1 to change. OK to accept. 2 Date/Time: At the prompt, press OK. 1 to change. 2 OK for previous/next field. OK to accept. www.kodak.com/go/support 3

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Setting up your camera Storing pictures on an SD or MMC card Your camera has internal memory. You can purchase an SD or MMC card to conveniently store more pictures/videos (www.kodak.com/go/v610accessories). We recommend Kodak SD cards. NOTE: When using the card for the first time, format it in this camera before taking pictures (see page 35). CAUTION: A card can only be inserted one way; forcing it may cause damage. Inserting or removing a card when the Ready light is blinking may damage t

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2 Taking pictures/videos Taking a picture 1 Press the On/Off or the Auto mode button to turn on Ready the camera. light 2 Compose the picture. 3 Press the Shutter button halfway to focus and set exposure. When the Ready light turns green, press the Shutter button completely down. NOTE: You can repeatedly press LCD/Info to turn on/off status icons, histogram, and framing grid. Reviewing the picture just taken After you take a picture/video, the LCD displays a quickview for approximately 5

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Taking pictures/videos Using the framing marks to take pictures Framing marks indicate the camera focus area. The camera attempts to focus on foreground subjects, even if the subjects are not centered in the scene. 1 Press the Shutter button halfway. Framing marks When the framing marks turn green, focus is accomplished. 2 If the camera is not focusing on the desired subject (or if the framing marks disappear), release the Shutter button and recompose the scene. 3 Press the Shutter button

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Taking pictures/videos Using the optical zoom When taking pictures/videos, use optical zoom to get up to 10X closer to your subject. Optical zoom is effective when the lens is no closer than 24 in. (60 cm) to the subject or 2 in. (5 cm) in Macro mode. 1 Use the LCD to frame your subject. 2 Press Telephoto (T) to zoom in. Press Wide Angle (W) to zoom out. The zoom indicator shows zoom status. The Lens Transition icon indicates when the camera transitions from one lens to another. 3 Take the

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Taking pictures/videos Using the self-timer Use the self-timer when you want to be included in a picture, or to ensure a steady Shutter button press. 1 Place camera on a tripod or flat surface. 2 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 3 Press to highlight Self-timer, then press the OK button. Choose: 2 seconds—A picture is taken after a 2-second delay (for a steady, auto-shutter release on a Menu tripod). 10 seconds—A picture is taken after a 10-second delay (so you have time to get int

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Taking pictures/videos Using the flash Press the flash button repeatedly to scroll through flash modes. The current flash mode is shown in the LCD status area. Flash modes Flash fires Auto When the lighting conditions require it. Fill Every time you take a picture, regardless of the lighting conditions. Use when the subject is in shadow or is “backlit” (when light is behind the subject). In low light, hold the camera steady or use a tripod. Red Eye In Red Eye flash, you can reduce red eye

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Taking pictures/videos Using different modes Choose the mode that best suits your subjects and surroundings. Use this mode For Auto General picture-taking—offers an excellent balance of image quality and ease of use. Video Capturing video with sound. (See page 6.) Favorites Viewing favorite pictures. (See page 39.) Scene Point-and-shoot simplicity when taking pictures under special conditions. (See page 11.) Press a button to choose a mode. Use this mode For Landscape Far-away scenes. The cam

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Taking pictures/videos Using Scene modes Choose a Scene mode—for great pictures in practically any situation! 1 Press the Scene mode button. 2 Press to view scene mode descriptions. (If the mode description turns off, press the OK or Scene button.) 3 Press the OK button to choose a Scene mode. NOTE: To exit a Scene mode, press the Auto mode button. Scene mode For Camera pre-settings Portrait Full-frame portraits of Subject is sharp and the background is indistinct. people. Position your subj

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Taking pictures/videos Scene mode For Camera pre-settings Night Distant scenery at night. Infinity Focus, Center-Weight Metering, Daylight Landscape Flash does not fire. Place the White Balance, Flash Off, maximum 2-second camera on a flat, steady exposure surface or use a tripod. Snow Bright snow scenes. Center-Weight Metering, Multi-Zone Focus, +1 Exposure Compensation Beach Bright beach scenes. Center-Weight Metering, Daylight White Balance, +1 Exposure Compensation Text Documents. Place

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Taking pictures/videos Scene mode For Camera pre-settings Backlight Subjects that are in shadow Multi-Pattern Exposure Metering, Multi-Zone or “backlit” (when light is Focus, Fill-Flash behind the subject). Panning Shooting a fast-moving Shutter speed > 1/180 sec., Multi-Zone Focus, Shot subject. The background Multi-Pattern Exposure Metering gives the sense of movement, while the subject appears still. Candle Subjects illuminated by Multi-Pattern Exposure Metering, Multi-Zone Light candle

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Taking pictures/videos Taking panoramic pictures Use panorama to “stitch” up to 3 pictures into a panoramic scene. NOTE: For best results, use a tripod. Only the panoramic picture is saved; individual pictures are not. (Picture size is set to 3.1 MP for each picture. Exposure and white balance are set with the first picture. The flash is set to Off.) 1 Press the Scene mode button. 2 Press to highlight Panorama Left-Right or Panorama Right-Left (depending on the direction you want to pan), th


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