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e01KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:30 PM Page 2 (1,1) Thank you for buying the Pentax Digital Camera. Please read this FOR SAFE USE OF YOUR CAMERA 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 Sufficient attention has been paid to the safety of this product but please a valuable tool in helping you to understand the camera’s capa- pay particular attention to the warnings indicated by the following symbols bilities. duri
e01KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:30 PM Page 2 (1,1) Care to be Taken During Handling Contents FOR SAFE USE OF YOUR CAMERA···········································1 • Do not clean the product with organic solvents such as thinner or alcohol benzene. Care to be Taken During Handling ················································2 • Places of high temperature and humidity should be avoided. Particular care should Contents················································································
e01KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:30 PM Page 4 (1,1) Adjusting the Color Balance according to Lighting (White Balance)······65 Changing the AF Area (Focusing Area) ······································67 Setting the Light Metering Range to Determine the Exposure (AE Metering) ····68 Contents of the Operating Manual Setting the ISO Speed (ISO Speed)············································69 Setting the Instant Review Time (Instant Review) ·······················70 This Operating manual contains the
e01KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:30 PM Page 6 (1,1) Checking the Contents of the Package Names of Parts Front Shutter release button Remote control receiver Flash light sensor Power switch Viewfinder Self-timer lamp/AF spot- beam Built-in flash Camera Rechargeable lithium-ion Battery charger Optio 430RS battery D-LI2 D-BC2 or Terminal cover Optio 330RS (Rotate and open this cover to use the USB or DC input terminal.) USB terminal DC input terminal Lens USB cable I-USB6 AC plug cord D-CO2✽ 3D Image Vi
e01KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:30 PM Page 8 (1,1) Getting Started Attaching the Strap Names of Operating Parts Diopter adjustment lever / button /DPOF button Power switch Shutter release button Mode dial Zoom/ button / button x Menu button z Playback/OK button Four-way controller Pass the narrow end of the strap through the strap lug and pass () the other end through the loop. Display button Status lamp Flash lamp Guide indications A guide to available button operation is displayed on the LCD mon
e01KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:30 PM Page 10 (1,1) Powering the Camera Battery Battery Battery chamber cover To power outlet c Battery chamber cover release lever AC plug cord Battery charger z Charging indicator Installing the Battery Install the battery provided. When using the camera for the first Charging the Battery time, charge the battery before installing. When using the camera for the first time or when the [Battery depleted.] message is displayed, charge the battery. z Slide the battery
e01KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:30 PM Page 12 (1,1) Approximate Operating Time (when fully charged) Number of recordable images:Approx. 250 (with the flash fired for z Terminal cover AC adapter To Power outlet 50% of the shots. LCD monitor ON) Playback time :Approx. 150 min. * The above table is based on Pentax measuring conditions and may vary depending on capture mode and shooting conditions. Caution Performance of the battery may deteriorate in low tempera- tures. x c Battery Level Indicator U
e01KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:30 PM Page 14 (1,1) Installing or removing the CF Card Precautions When Using a CF Card • Make sure that the camera is turned off before opening the CF card cover. • Care should be taken if you remove the CF card immediately after using the camera, as the card may be hot. • Do not open the CF card cover or turn the camera off while data is being CF card cover recorded on the card or transferred to another device as this may cause the data to be lost or the card to be d
e01KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:30 PM Page 16 (1,1) Initial Settings Setting the Home Town You can choose the city (Home Town) in Initial setting Power switch which you will use the camera. Language/ English City NYC DST z Press the four-way controller ( ) to select the desired city Menu button MENU OK Exit Ok (Home Town). Four-way controller x Press the four-way controller ( ). Playback/OK button The screen for setting the next item will be displayed. Display button • See p.124 for the list of citi
e01KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:30 PM Page 18 (1,1) n When you have finished the settings, press the Playback/OK button when the clock reaches 00 seconds. Setting the Date and Time The screen confirming the settings will be displayed and the Set the current date and time. camera is ready to take a picture. • When the initial settings screen is displayed, you can cancel the z Use the four-way controller ( ) Date Adjust memo setting operation and switch to Capture mode by pressing the to change the mon
e02KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:28 PM Page 20 (1,1) Quick Start v Press the shutter release button. Taking Still Pictures The image will be displayed on the LCD monitor for 0.5 seconds (Instant Review) and recorded on the CF card or in the built-in memory when no card is inserted. (The Shutter release button green and red lamps on the right of the viewfinder blink Mode dial alternately while the image is being recorded.) Power switch Zoom button Using the Shutter Release Button Viewfinder The shutter
e02KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:28 PM Page 22 (1,1) Quick Start Playing Back Still Pictures LCD monitor LCD monitor Four-way controller Playback/OK button Playback/OK button Playing Back Previous or Next Images Playing Back Images You can display the still picture. Still images can be played back one at a time, proceeding either forward or backward. File No. z Press the Playback/OK button z Press the Playback/OK button after taking a picture. after taking a picture. 100-0020 100-0020 An image will be
e02KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:28 PM Page 24 (1,1) Quick Start How to Use the CF Card Viewing images on a PC You only need to install the USB driver the first time. After that, When the CF card is inserted into the camera, images taken you can view recorded images and edit them on the PC just by are recorded on the card. You can view the images recorded connecting the camera to the PC with the USB cable and on the card on the camera itself, transfer them to your PC and downloading the images. Or you
e03KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:38 PM Page 26 (1,1) Common Operations Changing the Mode Turning the Camera On and Off Capture mode is for taking pictures and Playback mode is for play- ing back or erasing images. Press the Playback/OK button to Power switch change the mode between Capture mode and Playback mode. Pressing the Playback/OK button halfway during Playback mode also moves the camera to Capture mode. Capture Mode Auto mode Most of the settings are made p.20, 35 automatically by the camera w
e03KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:38 PM Page 28 (1,1) Using the Button Functions qwe qwer t rt y y u u i i o o ! Capture Mode Playback Mode q Diopter adjustment lever q button Adjusts the viewfinder for optimum clarity. ( p.57) Deletes the image. ( p.81) w button w DPOF button Changes the flash mode. ( p.62) Sets the print service. ( p.84) e button e button Protects the image from erasure. ( p.83) Changes the shooting mode as follows. r Zoom button Using the Self-timer ( p.46), Using the Remote Control
e03KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:38 PM Page 30 (1,1) Example of menu operation Using the Menus z Menu button When you press the Menu button, the menus are displayed on the LCD x monitor. You can set shooting functions, save the values set for shooting [Rec.Mode] menu [Memory] menu [Set-up] menu when the power is off, and change the camera settings on these menus. Rec.Mode Memory Set-up Rec.Mode Memory Set-up Rec.Mode Memory Set-up Format Recorded Pixels 2048×1536 Flash Copy Image Quality Level White B
e03KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:38 PM Page 32 (1,1) Active Menus in Capture/Playback Mode Menu List [Set-up] Menu [Rec.Mode] Menu Item Description Default Setting Reference Item Description Default Setting Reference Format For formatting the built-in – p.112 Recorded For selecting the size of 2240 × 1680 (430RS) p.63 memory or CF card Pixels recorded pixels. 2048 × 1536 (330RS) Copy For copying images from – p.106 Quality Level For selecting the image p.64 Image the built-in memory to the compres
e04KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:38 PM Page 34 (1,1) Taking Pictures Taking Pictures Displaying Shooting Information (Display Mode) When the CF card is installed, all images will be recorded on the 12346 5 Display On CF card. When the CF card is not installed, the images will be 198 198 Shooting information is displayed. recorded in the camera’s built-in memory. q Flash mode w Shooting mode e Focus mode r Capture mode t AF frame y Remaining images z u Date & time i Battery symbol 6/10/2002 6/10/20
e04KB335_33e.qk 6/6/02 4:38 PM Page 36 (1,1) c Press the shutter release button. The picture will be taken at the set shutter speed and aperture settings. z c Playing Back Images p.76 The shutter speed and aperture settings will be saved when the memo x camera is turned off. • Exposure compensation is not available in this mode. Taking Pictures Manually (Manual Exposure Mode) Caution • When the focus mode is set to manual, the four-way You can set the shutter speed and aperture manually. con
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