Pentax EL-100 user manual

User manual for the device Pentax EL-100

Device: Pentax EL-100
Size: 0,77 MB
Date of adding : 2014-10-08 15:29:15
Number of pages: 28
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For customers in the USA STATEMENT OF FCC COMPLIANCE This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications not approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and

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Contents How to set the Flash? ................................ 13 Identifying the Parts .................... 3 Advanced Operation.................... 13 Top View ...................................................... 3 Front View ................................................... 3 How to adjust the EV compensation? ....... 13 Bottom View ................................................ 4 How to adjust the White Balance? ............ 13 Rear View ...............................................

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Identifying the Parts Status LCD Resolution/ Power Button Operating Mode Dial Quality Shutter Button Button Menu Button Flash Mode Button Top View Self-timer Lamp Viewfinder Window Built-in Flash Jack Cover Lens Focus Knob Front View 3

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Strap Lug LED-1 Viewfinder LED-2 Up/Backward/ Self-timer Button Down/Forward Button OK Button/ LCD Monitor Digital Zoom Button Display Button Rear View Battery Cover Tripod Socket CF Card Cover Bottom View 4

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Image Quality Indicator Battery Power Indicator Flash Mode Indicator Images Remaining/Image Number Indicator Self-timer Indicator Operating Mode Dial The camera provides 5 different operating LCD Monitor modes for your selection: The LCD Monitor shows the current camera Capture Mode information: Play Mode Resolution Quality Delete Mode Time Date PC Mode File Name Setup Mode USB Port Video Port DC IN Port Status LCD The status LCD contains the following Connectors indicators: USB Port Resol

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FOR SAFE USE OF YOUR CAMERA Sufficient attention has been paid to the safety Use an AC adapter that is of the power and voltage specified for exclusive use with this product. The use of of this product but please pay particular an AC adapter other than that specified exclusively for attention to the warnings indicated by the use with this product may cause fire or electric shocks. following symbols during use. Discontinue use of the AC adapter during thunderstorms. This can cause a fire or elect

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Precaution To perform a successful photo shoot, please Do not mix battery types or it may cause a follow the instructions below before starting. fire or explosion. Use only one battery type at one time. On Camera Holding Batteries should be inserted in the battery Hold the camera firmly with both hands and compartment with the “+” and “-” sides brace your elbows lightly against your body. facing correctly. Take care to keep your fingers, hair and the Batteries should be replaced when the c

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Although the level of functioning pixels is 99. erased data. 99% or better, you should be aware that 0. *Mishandling of the CF card by the user. 01% of fewer of the pixels may not illumi- *CF card located where it may be susceptible to static electricity or electrical noise. nate or may illuminate when they should not. *If the card not used for a long period of time. However, this has no effect on the captured *If the card ejected or power supply disconnected while image. the card access lamp i

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polarity as shown on the inner side Getting Started of the battery cover. Thanks for purchasing the Pentax EI-100 digi- STEP 3. Close the battery cover. tal camera. With this camera, you can enjoy a whole new camera experience and make photo shooting more fun. This will guide you through the whole picture taking process so please keep this booklet on hand to get the most out of your new camera. Checking Accessories Using the AC Adapter (Optional) Standard Accessories: 1. Open the connectors co

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Loading the CompactFlash Card (Optional) Capture images can be stored in the Internal memory of the camera or the CF card. To load the CF Card, perform the following. 1. Turn off the camera. 2. Open the CF card slot cover and then insert Setting the Language a CF card as indicated by the arrow. Set the Operating Mode Dial to SETUP. When the 3. Close the CF card slot cover. camera is turned on for first time, SETUP menu Turn on the camera, LED2 will light up. appears. To set your desired languag

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On the LCD Monitor Basic Operations 1. Turn on the camera. How to capture an image? 2. Set the Operating Mode Dial to PLAY . To capture an image, perform the following: 3. The last image captured appears. Use the 1. Turn on the camera. arrow buttons (/) to go forward or 2. Set the Operating Mode Dial to CAPTURE backward through the captured images. . On a TV LED1 will be on under Capture mode. 1. Connect one end of the video cable I-VC4 3. Use the viewfinder window or LCD Monitor (Opti

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arrow buttons (/). See page 20 for more 640 x 480 (640) recording pixels with Super details. Fine ( ), Fine( ), Economy ( ) You can review the captured images on the LCD quality. Monitor or on a TV. To change the recording pixels & quality setting, How to set the focus? perform the following: Before taking a picture, you may need to set 1. Turn on the camera. the focus. The camera provides 2 different 2. Set the Operating Mode Dial to CAPTURE types for your selection: . Mode

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Reference: Advanced Operation The above table is the 6 possible combination of each recording pixels and quality setting. How to adjust the EV compensation? To adjust the EV compensation, perform the How to set the Flash? following: The Flash Mode can only be set under CAP- 1. Set the operating mode to CAPTURE . TURE mode. There are 4 modes available: 2. Press the MENU button. The Capture menu Auto, Red-Eye, Flash ON and Flash OFF. The appears. default setting is Auto. To change the setting

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3. Select the WHITE BALANCE item by the How to set the Self-Timer? arrow buttons (/) and then press the OK To use the Self-Timer function, perform the button to confirm. following: 4. Use the arrow buttons (/) to select the 1. Set the Operating Mode Dial to CAPTURE . desired white balance setting. 2. Press the Self-Timer button to set the 5. Press the OK button again to make the Self-Timer on. appears on the status LCD. change. The cursor returns to the CAPTURE 3. Press the Shutter button.

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Operating Modes and Menus CAPTURE Mode INSTANT REVIEW MODE: Set the Operating Mode Dial to CAPTURE Toggles On/Off the QuickView function. for image capturing. Select the item by the arrow buttons (/) and then press the OK button to confirm. The CAPTURE Menu cursor skips to the last field as the OK button Press the Menu button in CAPTURE mode, the being pressed. Use the arrow buttons (/) Capture menu appears. The menu contains to select the desired setting. The cursor the following items

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increase/decrease the EV compensate value Select the item by the arrow buttons (/) and (-2.0 ~ +2.0). Press the OK button again to then press the OK button to confirm. The cur- make the change. The cursor returns to the sor skips to the last field as the OK button be- CAPTURE menu automatically when the ing pressed. Use the arrow buttons (/) to change is made. select the desired white balance type. Press the OK button again to make the change. The This setting is reset to O.O when the

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to increase/decrease the delay between 2 and 10 seconds. Press the OK button again to make the change. The slide show starts.  Do not press the Display/Menu/OK buttons or switch the Operating Mode Dial while a slide show is playing or it may interrupt the display and returns to the PLAY mode. LCD BRIGHTNESS: To stop the slide slow, press the Menu button. Changes the brightness setting (-5 ~ +5, Interval = 1) of the LCD display. COPY TO CF CARD: Press the OK button to select this item. The C

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LANGUAGE: SETUP Mode Sets the OSD menu language. In SETUP mode, users can customize their own There are 6 languages available for your preferences according to the actual selection. They are English, French, German, requirements. Spanish, Portuguese and Traditional Chinese. SETUP Menu Select the item by the arrow buttons (/) Switch the Operating Mode Dial to SETUP, the and then press the OK button to confirm. The Setup menu appears. The menu contains the cursor skips to the last field as

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The setting is conserved even if the camera power is being pressed. Use the arrow buttons (/) off. to toggle the selection. Select RESET and FORMAT CARD: press the OK button to make the change and Formats the Internal Memory or CompactFlash returns to the SETUP menu. Select CANCEL, card. and then press the OK button to cancel and Select the item by the arrow buttons (/) and return to the SETUP menu without any change. then press the OK button to confirm. The cursor skips to the last fie


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