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To ensure the best performance from
your camera, please read the Operating
Manual before using the camera.
e01_kb341_cover_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:11 PM Page 2 Thank you for buying the Pentax Optio S Digital Camera. Please read this manual before using the camera in order to get the most out of all the features and functions. Keep this manual safe, as it can be a valuable tool in helping you to understand all the camera's capabilities. Regarding copyrights Images taken using the Optio S that are for anything other than personal enjoyment cannot be used without permission according to the rights as specif
e02_kb341_001_027_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:04 PM Page 1 FOR SAFE USE OF YOUR CAMERA Sufficient attention has been paid to the safety of this product but please pay particular attention to the warnings indicated by the following symbols during use. These symbols indicate that it is possible that the Warning user may experience serious difficulties if the warnings are not heeded. These symbols indicate that it is possible that the Caution user may experience minor or middling difficulties or physical
e02_kb341_001_027_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:04 PM Page 2 To users of this camera Care to be Taken During Handling • There is a possibility that recorded data may be erased or that the camera may not function correctly when used in surroundings such as installations • Do not clean the product with organic solvents such as thinner or alcohol generating strong electromagnetic radiation or magnetic fields. benzene. • The liquid crystal panel used in the LCD display is manufactured using • Places of high t
e02_kb341_001_027_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:04 PM Page 4 Changing the AF Area (Focusing Area) ·······································45 Contents Setting the Light Metering Range to Determine the Exposure (AE Metering) ···············································································46 FOR SAFE USE OF YOUR CAMERA ····················································1 Setting the Sensitivity ···································································47 Care to be Taken During Handl
e02_kb341_001_027_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:04 PM Page 6 Editing Images ······················································································92 Contents of the Operating Manual Changing the Image Size ·····························································92 Trimming Images ··········································································94 This Operating manual contains the following chapters. Copying Files ······························································
e02_kb341_001_027_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:04 PM Page 8 Checking the Contents of the Package Name of Parts Front Power switch Remote control receiver Shutter release button Built-in flash Camera Strap Software (CD-ROM) Optio S O-ST5 (∗) S-SW8 Flashlight sensor Lens Self-timer lamp DC input terminal Microphone Strap lug AV cable USB cable 3D Image Viewer I-AVC7 (∗) I-USB7 (∗) O-3DV1 PC/AV terminal Terminal cover Digital Camera Back Operating Manual Viewfinder LCD monitor To ensure the best performance
Getting Started e02_kb341_001_027_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:04 PM Page 10 Getting Started Names of Operating Parts Attaching the Strap Focus status lamp (green) Flash status lamp (red) / button / / / button Shutter release button Power switch Zoom / / button Four-way controller (OK button in the center) Speaker Pass the narrow end of the strap through the strap lug and pass Playback button the other end through the loop. Display button Menu button Guide indications A guide to available button opera
Getting Started Getting Started e02_kb341_001_027_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:04 PM Page 12 Powering the Camera c Charging Battery indicator c To power outlet Battery x lock lever x Battery charger Battery z Battery/Card cover z AC plug cord Installing the Battery Charging the Battery Install the battery provided. When using the camera for the first time, charge the battery before installing. When using the camera for the first time or when the [Battery depleted.] message is displayed, charge the batt
Getting Started Getting Started e02_kb341_001_027_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:04 PM Page 14 Approximate Operating Time (when the D-LI8 battery is fully charged) z Number of recordable images : Approx. 160 (when 50% shooting To power outlet uses flash, LCD monitor ON) x Playback time : Approx. 110 min. v AC plug * The description above is based on Pentax measuring conditions and cord may vary depending on capture mode and shooting conditions. c Caution • Generally, battery performance is temporarily de
Getting Started Getting Started e02_kb341_001_027_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:04 PM Page 16 Data Backup Installing the SD Memory Card/MultiMediaCard Very occasionally, data stored in the Built-in memory becomes unreadable. As a backup measure, we recommend that you download important data to a PC or store the data in a media other than the Built-in memory. Battery/Card cover SD Memory Card/ MultiMediaCard To remove the card, push and pull out Precautions When Using a SD Memory Card/MultiMediaCard •M
Getting Started Getting Started e02_kb341_001_027_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:04 PM Page 18 Setting the Home Town Initial Settings You can choose the city (Home Town) in Initial Setting Power switch which you will use the camera. Language/ English City NYC z Press the four-way controller () D.S.T to select the desired city (Home Four-way controller (OK Town). MENU OK Exit Ok button in the center) x Press the four-way controller (). Playback button The screen for setting the next item will be displaye
Getting Started Getting Started e02_kb341_001_027_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:04 PM Page 20 n When you have finished the settings, press the OK but- Setting the Date and Time ton when the clock reaches 00 seconds. Set the current date and time. The camera is ready to take a picture. When you set date and time except the initial settings, press the OK button again after pressing the OK button z Use the four-way controller () Date Adjust when the clock reaches 00 seconds to return to capture to change
Quick Start Quick Start e02_kb341_001_027_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:04 PM Page 22 Quick Start c Press the shutter release button. Taking Still Pictures The image will be displayed on the LCD monitor for 1 second (Instant Review) and recorded on the Shutter release button Viewfinder SD Memory Card/MultiMediaCard or the Built-in memo- Power switch ry. (The green and red lamps on the right of the viewfinder blink alternately while the image is being recorded on the SD Memory Card/MultiMediaCard or LCD m
Quick Start Quick Start e02_kb341_001_027_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:04 PM Page 24 Quic Quick Star k Start t Deleting the displayed image. Playing Back Still Pictures File No. During this time you can erase the image by pressing the 100-0020 100-0020 button (The Delete screen will be displayed.), press the four-way LCD monitor controller () to select [Delete], Delete Four-way controller Cancel and then pressing the OK button. (OK button) MENU OK Press the Playback button again Exit Exit All Ima All I
Quick Start Quick Start e02_kb341_001_027_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:04 PM Page 26 Quick Start Viewing images on a PC How to View the Recorded Images Once you have installed the USB driver on your PC, you can view Instead of using the Built-in memo- recorded images and edit them on your PC just by connecting the ry, images taken with this camera camera to the PC with the USB cable and downloading the images. Or you can remove the SD Memory Card/MultiMediaCard from the can be recorded on the SD Memory c
Common Operations Common Operations e03_kb341_028_078_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:05 PM Page 28 Common Operations Turning the Camera On and Off Using the Button Functions Power switch z Playback button z Press the power switch. (The power switch is illuminated Capture Mode by a green light.) The camera will turn on. button When the camera is turned on, the lens extends. Changes the flash mode. ( p.39) Press the power switch again to turn the camera off. button Changes the focus m
Common Operations Common Operations e03_kb341_028_078_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:05 PM Page 30 Playback Mode Voice Recorder Mode button Shutter release button Deletes the image. ( p.84) When pressed, starts recording, and when pressed again, stops recording. button Protects the image from erasure. ( p.87) Four-way controller () Starts playback. When pressed during playback, Zoom / / button pauses playback. displays nine images at once. ( p.82) () Selects a re
Common Operations Common Operations e03_kb341_028_078_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:05 PM Page 32 Example of menu operation Setting the Menus z MENU button When you press the MENU button, the menus are displayed on the x LCD monitor.You can set functions, save the settings, and change the [ Playback] menu [ Set-up] menu [ Rec.Mode] menu camera settings on these menus. Rec. Mode Playback Set-up Recorded Pixels 2048 1556 Copy image&Sound Format Quality Level Resize Sound On White Balance AWB Trimming Start-
Common Operations Common Operations e03_kb341_028_078_41e.qk 03.2.14 4:05 PM Page 34 [ Playback] Menu Menu List Item Description Reference For copying files between the Built-in memory and the Copy image & Sound p.95 [ Rec.Mode] Menu SD Memory Card/MultiMediaCard. : Adjustable Resize Changes the size of images p.92 : Any changes made are invalid. Trimming For trimming images p.94 Panorama Picture Mode Item Description Default Setting Reference Alarm For setting the alarm to ring at a s
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