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Table of Contents Chapter 1. Names of parts ...................................................................3 Chapter 2. Setting up your camera .....................................................4 Loading the battery...........................................................................4 Charging the battery.........................................................................4 Charging the battery with a computer USB port ...............................5 Inserting an SD/SDHC Card...
Chapter 1. Names of parts 12 3 4 5 101112 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 9 8 7 6 1 Wide Angle/ Telephoto 12 Flash Mode button 2 Shutter button 13 USB port, A/V Out 3 Flash 14 Strap post 4 Self-timer/Video light 154, 4523 5 Power button 16 Delete button 6 Lens 173 button 7 Microphone 18 Battery compartment, SD/SDHC 8 Self-Portrait mirror or EYE-FI Card slot 9 Battery/card cover 19 Tripod socket 10 Review button 20 Display 11 Video Record button 3
Chapter 2. Setting up your camera Loading the battery All batteries lose power over time-even if they’re not being used. For longer life, charge the battery prior to use. Use the battery to push aside the battery lock. Charging the battery Charge the Li-Ion battery anytime-don’t wait until it’s exhausted. Charge until the Battery Charging light stops blinking. (Charging time varies by battery level. You can use the camera while it’s plugged in.) 1 Turn off the camera. 4
2 Connect the camera, USB cable, and power adapter. Yours may differ. Battery Charging light: • Blinking: still charging • Steady On: finished charging Charging the battery with a computer USB port Use the USB cable to connect the camera to a computer USB port. Charge until the Battery Charging light stops blinking. (USB charging is typically slower than the previous method.) Inserting an SD/SDHC Card Your camera has enough internal memory for a couple practice pictures. We highly recom
2 Insert a card until it clicks into Accessory place. (To remove a card, press and release it.) When you turn on the camera, it checks to see if a card is inserted. If pictures/videos are detected in internal memory, the camera prompts you to move them to the card. New pictures/videos are stored on the card. A card can only be inserted one way; forcing it may cause damage. Inserting or removing a card while the camera is on may damage the pictures, the card, or the camera. Turning on the
Setting the language, date/time The first time you turn on the camera, you’re prompted to choose your language and set the date/time. Setting the language 1 Press 23 to find your language. 2 When your language is highlighted, press the 4 button. Setting the date and time 1 Press 23 to change the date format, if desired. 2 Press 45 to highlight the year, month, date, hours, and minutes. Press 23 to change the highlighted value. 3 When finished setting the date and time, press the 4 but
Chapter 3. Taking pictures and videos Taking pictures in Smart Capture mode When you turn on the camera for the first time, it’s ready to take pictures in Smart Capture mode . (After that, it remembers the last mode you used.) 1 Use the display to compose the picture. 2 Press the Shutter button halfway down to focus and set exposure. Focus brackets indicate the camera focus area. If the camera is not focusing on the desired subject, release the Shutter button and recompose the scene. 3
Adjusting camera settings To adjust camera settings, you can either use: •3 button - for access to all settings • Shortcuts-icons of the most popular settings, at the top of the display By default, shortcuts are displayed and active. To change the default setting, press the 3 button. Under Settings, change Shortcut Icons to Hide. Available shortcuts Shortcuts as status indicators + +1 1.0 .0 5 502 02 0.0 0.0 15:30 15:30 Press 45 to choose a Press the 3 button shortcut, then press 4. to
Monitoring the battery level Don’t miss out on great pictures and videos-keep your battery fully charged. Full Three quarters Half One Quarter/Critical / Plugged into AC Power Taking a video 1 Use the display to compose the video. 2 To start recording, press and release the Video Record button . To stop recording, press and release the button again. The first frame of the new video and the play button are displayed for a few seconds. • To play the video, press the 4 button. • If yo
Press 23 to choose a picture-taking mode (Smart Capture, Program, or a Scene mode). Current picture-taking mode Using Scene modes Choose a Scene mode before taking a picture. 1 Press 23 to change the picture-taking mode to Scene modes (SCN), then press the 4 button. 2 Press 2345 to highlight a Scene mode, then press the 4 button. Scene mode For Portrait Full-frame portraits of people. Sport Subjects that are in motion. Shutter speed is fast. Landscape Distant scenes. Close Up Close r
Using the Self-Portrait mirror Use the mirror when taking self-portrait pictures and videos. The mirror helps you stay in-frame. 12
Chapter 4. Reviewing pictures 1 Press the Review button Q. The most recent picture/video is displayed. 2 Press 45 to view previous or next picture/video. Understanding the review icons Protected Duration Image number 0 00:47 0:47 0 00000 0000 (videos) Select S Select Photo elect Photo Tag Multi-up Play (videos) B Bir irt thda hday y,, Children, Children, Ne New w.... .. Battery level EYE-FI status Keyword tags Favorite 13
Chapter 5. Transferring pictures to your computer 1 Turn off the camera. 2 Using the USB cable, connect the camera to a computer USB port. (Use only the cable included with this camera.) The camera turns on. 3 Follow the computer prompts to transfer pictures/ videos to your computer. 14
Chapter 6. Using an EYE-FI Card (optional accessory) This chapter pertains only if you’re using an EYE-FI Card. An EYE-FI Card stores pictures just like an SD/SDHC Card does. It also has a built-in Wi-Fi antenna that uses your Wi-Fi network to transfer pictures from your camera to your computer or mobile device. Choose an EYE-FI X2 Card or higher. To set up and use the EYE-FI Card and EYE-FI Center Software, follow the EYE-FI documentation that accompanied the card. If using an EYE-FI C
EYE-FI status icons • The camera must be turned on to transfer and share pictures. • Do not turn off the camera while the EYE-FI Card is transferring pictures. Icon Meaning EYE-FI is idle, set to On, and not currently transferring. EYE-FI is on the network and transferring pictures. Error EYE-FI is off. Changing EYE-Fi Settings 1 In picture-taking mode, press the 3 button. Press 23 to scroll through the list. 2 Highlight EYE-FI, then press the 4 button. 3 Choose Selective Share (reco
Chapter 7. Viewing images on a computer Provided Software The following software is included in the CD-ROM. Image viewing/managing/editing software ® Windows • “MediaImpression 3.6.1 LE” Macintosh • “MediaImpression 2.2 LE” System Requirements The following system requirements must be met for you to fully enjoy the images and movies captured with the camera on your computer. • Supported OS should be pre-installed in PC and updated to the latest version. • Working status is not guaranteed for
Macintosh OS Mac OS X 10.4, 10.5, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8 CPU Power PC G4 800 MHz, or equivalent ® (Intel Core™ 2 Duo, or higher) Memory 512 MB (1GB or higher recommended) HDD volume 300 MB available hard disk space (1GB or higher recommended) ® Graphics NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 Ultra with 64MB video memory, or equivalent ® ® (Intel GMA 950/NVIDIA GeForce 7300GT/ATI Radeon™ X1600, with 128MB video memory, or higher recommended) Monitor 1024 × 768 pixels, 16-bit color or higher Installing the Software I
5 Click [Software Install], Top screen choose a language in the “Choose Setup Language” screen and click [OK]. The setup screen appears. Follow the on-screen guidance and install the software. Macintosh 1 Turn your Macintosh on. 2 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM/DVD drive. 3 Double-click the CD-ROM icon. 4 Double-click the [Software Installer] icon. The installation screen appears. 5 Click [MediaImpression 2.2 LE]. The setup screen appears. Follow the on-screen guidance and install the
Chapter 8. Solving camera problems Status Solution Camera does not turn on, off; • Remove then reinsert or replace the battery. buttons do not function. • Charge the battery. • Turn the camera off, then back on. Make sure Camera freezes when a card is the camera is turned off before inserting or inserted or removed. removing a card. • Card may be corrupted. Format the card in the camera. (Find the Format feature in the Settings menu.) SD/SDHC Card is not • Caution: Formatting a card de
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