Casio Photohands User`s guide

E
Digital Camera
EX-S3
User’s Guide
Thank you for purchasing this
CASIO Product. Before using
it, be sure to read the
precautions contained in this
User’s Guide, and keep the
User’s Guide in a safe place
for future reference.
K856PCM1DMX
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
Unpacking
Check to make sure that all of the items shown below are included with your camera. If something is missing, contact your
dealer as soon as possible.
PHOTO
CHAR
Camera
Rechargeable lithium ion
battery (NP-20)
GE
USB
Strap
USB Cradle (CA-22)
* Loaded in the
camera when
you purchase it.
CD-ROM
USB Cable
Dummy card
Basic Reference
* The shape of the AC
power cord plug varies
according to country or
geographic area.
Special AC Adaptor
(Inlet Type)
AC power cord *
2
○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
• Note that the shape of the AC adaptor depends on the area where you purchased the camera.
Special AC Adaptor
(Plug-in Type)
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Contents
GETTING READY
About This Manual ..................................................... 19
2
General Guide ............................................................ 20
INTRODUCTION
Camera
USB Cradle
Unpacking .................................................................... 2
Monitor Screen Contents ........................................... 22
Features ....................................................................... 9
REC mode
PLAY mode
Changing the Contents of the Monitor Screen
Precautions ................................................................. 11
General Precautions
Data Error Precautions
Operating conditions
Condensation
LED Backlight
Lens
Other
15
20
21
11
12
13
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14
14
14
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23
23
Indicator Lamps .......................................................... 24
Attaching the Strap .................................................... 24
Power Requirements ................................................. 25
To load the battery
To charge the battery
Power Supply Precautions
Turning the Camera On and Off
Auto Power Off (APO)
QUICK START GUIDE
25
26
30
34
34
First, charge the battery! ............................................ 15
Using the On-screen Menus ...................................... 35
To configure display language and clock settings ..... 16
Configuring Display Language and Clock Settings ... 38
To configure display language and clock settings
To record an image .................................................... 17
To view a recorded image .......................................... 17
To delete an image ..................................................... 18
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41
Using the Movie Mode ............................................... 62
BASIC IMAGE RECORDING
Using the Histogram .................................................. 63
Recording an Image ................................................... 41
About the REC Mode Monitor Screen
Recording Precautions
REC Mode Camera Settings ..................................... 65
42
43
Specifying ISO Sensitivity
Turning Image Review On and Off
Assigning Functions to the [] and [] Keys
Assigning Functions to the [] and [] Keys
Specifying Power On Default Settings
Resetting the Camera
Using Zoom ................................................................ 43
Using the Flash .......................................................... 45
Flash Precautions
46
65
66
66
67
68
69
Using the Self-timer ................................................... 47
Specifying Image Size and Quality ............................ 49
To specify the image size
To specify image quality
51
70
49
50
PLAYBACK
Basic Playback Operation .......................................... 70
Flipping the Display .................................................... 71
OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS
Zooming the Display Image ....................................... 72
Exposure Compensation (EV Shift) ........................... 51
Resizing an Image ..................................................... 73
Adjusting White Balance ............................................ 52
Cropping an Image ..................................................... 74
Adjusting White Balance Manually
53
Playing a Movie .......................................................... 75
Using the Best Shot Mode ......................................... 54
Creating Your Own Best Shot Setup
Displaying the Calendar Screen ................................ 76
56
Playing a Slide Show ................................................. 77
Combining Shots of Two People into a Single Image
(Coupling Shot) .......................................................... 58
To specify the slideshow images
To specify the slideshow time
To set the slideshow interval
Using the Photo Stand Feature
Recording a Subject onto an Existing Background
Image (Pre-shot) ........................................................ 60
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80
80
81
Rotating the Display Image ........................................ 82
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83
DELETING FILES
97
OTHER SETTINGS
Deleting a Single File ................................................. 83
Turning the Key Tone On and Off .............................. 97
Deleting All Files ........................................................ 84
Specifying an Image for the Startup Screen ............. 97
85
Specifying the File Name Serial Number
Generation Method .................................................... 98
FILE MANAGEMENT
Using the Alarm .......................................................... 99
Folders ....................................................................... 85
Memory Folders and Files
To set an alarm
Stopping the Alarm
85
Setting the Clock ...................................................... 101
Protecting Files .......................................................... 86
To protect a single file
To protect all files in memory
To select your Home Time zone
To set the current time and date
Changing the Date Format
86
87
DPOF .......................................................................... 87
To configure print settings for a single image
To configure print settings for all images
101
102
102
Using World Time ..................................................... 103
88
89
To display the World Time screen
To configure World Time settings
To configure summer time (DST) settings
PRINT Image Matching II ............................................. 90
Exif Print ..................................................................... 90
103
103
104
Changing the Display Language ............................. 105
Using USB DIRECT-PRINT ....................................... 91
Formatting Built-in Memory ...................................... 106
Using the FAVORITE Folder ...................................... 93
To copy a file to the FAVORITE folder
To display a file in the FAVORITE folder
To delete a file from the FAVORITE folder
99
100
93
94
95
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107
USING A MEMORY CARD
127
Using a Memory Card .............................................. 108
To insert a memory card into the camera
To remove a memory card from the camera
Formatting a Memory Card
Memory Card Precautions
USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER
Using the Album Feature ......................................... 127
108
108
109
110
Creating an album
Selecting an Album Layout
Configuring Detailed Album Settings
Viewing Album Files
Saving an Album
Copying Files ............................................................ 110
127
128
129
131
134
Installing the Software from the CD-ROM ............... 134
To copy all the files in built-in memory
to a memory card
110
To copy a file from a memory card to built-in memory 111
About the bundled CD-ROM
Computer System Requirements
134
135
Installing Software from the CD-ROM in Windows ... 136
112
Getting Started
Selecting a Language
Viewing the Contents of the “Read me” File
Installing an Application
Viewing User Documentation (PDF Files)
User Registration
Exiting the Menu Application
VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER
Using the Camera with a Windows Computer ......... 112
USB Connection Precautions
117
Using the Camera with a Macintosh Computer ........ 117
USB Connection Precautions
122
Installing Software from the CD-ROM
on a Macintosh ......................................................... 139
Operations You Can Perform from Your Computer .. 122
Using a Memory Card to Transfer Images to a
Computer .................................................................. 123
Installing Software
Viewing User Documentation (PDF Files)
Memory Data ............................................................ 124
DCF Protocol
Memory Directory Structure
Image Files Supported by the Camera
Built-in Memory and Memory Card Precautions
136
136
137
137
138
138
138
124
124
125
126
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INTRODUCTION
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APPENDIX
Menu Reference ....................................................... 142
Indicator Lamp Reference ....................................... 144
Camera Indicator Lamps
USB Cradle Indicator Lamps
144
146
Troubleshooting Guide ............................................. 147
Display Messages
149
Specifications ........................................................... 150
Main Specifications
150
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INTRODUCTION
• The USB driver (mass storage) uses Phoenix
Technologies Ltd. software.
Compatibility Software Copyright C 1997
Phoenix Technologies Ltd., All Rights Reserved.
• Other company, product and service names used
herein may also be trademarks or service marks of
others.
• Photo Loader and Photohands are the property of
CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. Except as stipulated
above, all copyrights and other related rights to these
applications revert to CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
IMPORTANT!
• The contents of this manual are subject to change
without notice.
• CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no
responsibility for any damage or loss resulting from
the use of this manual.
• CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no
responsibility for any loss or claims by third parties
which may arise through the use of the EX-S3.
• CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall not be held
liable for any damages or losses suffered by you or
any third party due to the use of Photo Loader and/or
Photohands.
• CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no
responsibility for any damage or loss caused by
deletion of data as a result of malfunction, repairs, or
battery replacement. Be sure to back up all important
data on other media to protect against its loss.
• The SD logo is a registered trademark.
• Windows, Internet Explorer, and DirectX are
registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
• Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple
Computer, Inc.
• MultiMediaCard is a trademark of Infineon
Technologies AG of Germany, and licensed to the
MultiMediaCard Association (MMCA).
• Acrobat and Acrobat Reader are trademarks of
Adobe Systems Incorporated.
■ Copyright Restrictions
Except for the purposes of your own personal enjoyment,
unauthorized copying of snapshot files and movie files
violates copyright laws and international contracts.
Distribution to third parties of such files over the Internet
without permission of the copyright holder, whether for
profit or for free, violates copyright laws and international
contracts.
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• Best Shot
Simply select the sample scene that matches the type of
image you are trying to record and the camera performs
troublesome setups automatically for beautiful pictures
every time.
Features
• 3.2 million Effective Pixels
A high-resolution megapixel CCD provides 3.2 million
effective pixels (3.35 million total pixels) for images that
print beautifully.
• Coupling Shot and Pre-shot
Coupling Shot lets you combine two subjects into a single
image, while Pre-shot lets you add a subject to a
previously recorded background image. This means you
can create images that include you and your friend, even
if you are the only two people around. You can use
Coupling Shot and Pre-shot by selecting the applicable
sample images in the Best Shot mode.
• Fixed focus lens for quick operation
Fixed focus eliminates the need for lens movement, which
shortens startup time and shooting time.
• 2.0-inch TFT color LCD monitor screen
• 4X digital zoom
• 10MB Flash memory
Images can be recorded without using a memory card.
• Triple Self-timer mode
The self-timer can be set up to repeat three times,
automatically.
• Support for SD memory cards and MMC (MultiMedia
Cards) for memory expansion
• Real-time histogram
An on-screen histogram lets you adjust exposure as you
view the effect on overall image brightness, which makes
shooting under difficult lighting conditions easier than
ever before.
• Easy Charging
Just place the camera onto the USB cradle to charge its
battery.
• Easy Image Transfer
Transfer images to a computer simply by placing the
camera onto the USB cradle.
• World Time
A simple operation sets the current time for your current
location. You can select from among 162 cities in 32 time
zones.
• Photo Stand feature
A slideshow of images in file memory can be played while
the camera is on its USB cradle.
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• PRINT Image Matching II Compatible
Images include PRINT Image Matching II data (mode
setting and other camera setup information). A printer that
supports PRINT Image Matching II reads this data and
adjusts the printed image accordingly, so your images
come out just the way you intended when you recorded
them.
• Alarm
A built-in alarm helps to keep you on time for important
events, and even can be used in place of an alarm clock.
You can also have a specific image appear on the
monitor screen when the alarm time is reached.
• Album Function
HTML files are generated automatically to create an
album of recorded images. Album contents can be viewed
and printed using a standard Web browser. Images can
also be incorporated into Web pages quickly and easily.
• USB DIRECT-PRINT support
Your camera supports USB DIRECT-PRINT, which was
developed by Seiko Epson Corporation. When connected
directly to a printer that supports USB DIRECT-PRINT,
you can select images to print and start the print
operation directly from the camera.
• Calendar screen
A simple operation displays a full-month calendar on the
camera’s monitor screen. Each day of the full-month
calendar shows a thumbnail of the first image recorded
for that date, which helps to make searching for a
particular image quicker and easier.
• Bundled with Photo Loader and Photohands
Your camera comes bundled with Photo Loader, the
popular application that automatically loads images from
your camera to your PC. Also included is Photohands, an
application that makes image retouching quick and easy.
• Movie mode with audio
• DCF Data Storage
DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) data storage
protocol provides image inter-compatibility between the
digital camera and printers.
• Digital Print Order Format (DPOF)
Images can be printed easily in the sequence you want
using a DPOF compatible printer. DPOF can also be used
when specifying images and quantities for printing by
professional print services.
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• Never fire the flash while it is too close to the subject’s
eyes. Intense light from the flash can cause eye damage
if it is fired too close to the eyes. This is especially true
with young children. When using the flash, the camera
should be at least one meter (3.3´) from the eyes of the
subject.
• Keep the camera away from water and other liquids, and
never let it get wet. Moisture creates the danger of fire
and electric shock. Never use the camera outdoors in the
rain or snow, at the seashore or beach, in the bathroom,
etc.
• Should foreign matter or water ever get into the camera,
immediately turn it off. Next, remove the camera’s battery
and/or unplug the AC adaptor power cord from the power
outlet, and contact your dealer or nearest CASIO
authorized service center. Using the camera under these
conditions creates the danger of fire and electric shock.
• Should you ever notice smoke or a strange odor coming
out of the camera, immediately turn it off. Next, taking
care you do not burn your fingers, remove the camera’s
battery and/or unplug the AC adaptor power cord from the
power outlet, and contact your dealer or nearest CASIO
authorized service center. Using the camera under these
conditions creates the danger of fire and electric shock.
After making sure there is no more smoke coming from
the camera, take it to your nearest CASIO authorized
service center for repair. Never attempt your own
maintenance.
Precautions
General Precautions
Be sure to observe the following important precautions
whenever using the EX-S3.
All references in this manual to “this camera” and “the
camera” refer to the CASIO EX-S3 Digital Camera.
• Never try to take pictures or use the built-in display while
operating a motor vehicle or while walking. Doing so
creates the danger of serious accident.
• Never try to open the case of the camera or attempt your
own repairs. High-voltage internal components create the
risk of electric shock when exposed. Always leave
maintenance and repair work up to a CASIO authorized
service center.
• Never look at the sun or any other bright light through the
camera’s viewfinder. Doing so can damage your eyesight.
• Keep the small parts and accessories of this camera out
of the reach of small children. If swallowed accidentally,
contact your physician immediately.
• Never fire the flash in the direction of a person operating
a motor vehicle. Doing so can interfere with the driver’s
vision and create the danger of accident.
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• Never use the AC adaptor to power any other device
besides this camera. Never use any other AC adaptor
besides the one that comes with this camera.
• Never cover the AC adaptor with a quilt, blanket, or other
cover while it is in use, and do not use it near a heater.
• At least once a year, unplug the AC adaptor power cord
from the power outlet and clean the area around the
prongs of the plug. Dust build up around the prongs can
create the danger of fire.
• If the camera’s case should ever become cracked due to
dropping it or otherwise subjecting it to rough treatment,
immediately turn it off. Next, remove the camera’s battery
and/or unplug the AC adaptor power cord from the power
outlet, and contact your dealer or nearest CASIO
authorized service center.
• Never use the camera inside of an aircraft or in any other
areas where its use is prohibited. Doing so can result in
an accident.
• Physical damage and malfunction of this camera can
cause the data stored in its memory to be deleted. Be
sure to always keep backup copies of data by transferring
them to personal computer memory.
• Never open the battery cover, disconnect the AC adaptor
from the camera, or unplug the AC adaptor from the wall
socket while recording images. Doing so will not only
make storage of the current image impossible, it can also
corrupt other image data already stored in file memory.
Data Error Precautions
• Your digital camera is manufactured using precision
digital components. Any of the following creates the risk
of corruption of data in file memory.
— Removing the battery or memory card, or setting the
camera onto the USB cradle while the camera is
performing a record or memory access operation
— Removing the battery, removing the memory card, or
placing the camera onto the USB cradle while the
operation/flash charge lamp is still flashing after you
turn off the camera.
— Disconnecting the USB cable, removing the camera
from the USB cradle, or disconnecting the AC adaptor
from the USB cradle while a data communication
operation is being performed
— Using low battery.
— Other abnormal operations
Any of the above conditions can cause an error message to
appear on the monitor screen (page 149). Follow the
instructions provided by the message to eliminate the
cause of the error.
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Operating conditions
Condensation
• This camera is designed for use in temperatures ranging
from 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F).
• Do not use or keep the camera in the following areas.
— In areas subject to direct sunlight
— In areas subject to high humidity or dust
— Near air conditioners, heaters, or other areas subject
to temperature extremes
— Inside of a closed vehicle, especially one parked in the
sun
— In areas subject to strong vibration
• When you bring the camera indoors on a cold day or
otherwise expose it to a sudden change of temperature,
there is the possibility that condensation can form on the
exterior or on interior components. Condensation can
cause malfunction of the camera, so you should avoid
exposing it to conditions that might cause condensation.
• To keep condensation from forming, place the camera
into a plastic bag before moving it into a location that is
much warmer or colder than your current location. Leave
it in the plastic bag until the air inside the bag has a
chance to reach the same temperature as the new
location. If condensation does form, remove the battery
from the camera and leave the battery cover open for a
few hours.
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LED Backlight
Other
• The monitor screen is illuminated by an LED backlight. A
dark monitor screen indicates that the LED backlight has
reached the end of its service life, and needs to be
replaced by a CASIO authorized service center. Note that
you will be charged for LED backlight replacement. The
LED backlight brightness is reduced by half after about
1,000 hours of use.
• Take care never to sit down with the camera in the pocket
of your slacks or otherwise subject the camera to severe
stress. Doing so can crack the LCD monitor screen.
• The camera may become slightly warm during use. This
does not indicate malfunction.
• If the exterior of the camera needs cleaning, wipe it with a
soft, dry cloth.
Lens
• Never apply too much force when cleaning the surface of
the lens. Doing so can scratch the lens surface and cause
malfunction.
• Fingerprints, dust, or any other soiling of the lens can
interfere with proper image recording. Never touch the
lens with your fingers. You can remove dust particles
from the lens surface by using a lens blower to blow them
off. Next, wipe the surface of the lens with a soft lens
cloth.
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QUICK START GUIDE
QUICK START GUIDE
First, charge the battery!
1. Load the battery (page 25).
1
2. Place the camera onto the USB cradle to charge the
battery (page 26).
• Note that the shape of the AC adaptor depends on the area where
you purchased the camera.
• It takes about two hours to achieve a full charge.
1 Inlet Type
2
2
MENU
PLA
Y
REC
DISP
SET
3
○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
1 Plug-in Type
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PHOTO
CHARG
E
USB
QUICK START GUIDE
To configure display language and clock settings
IMPORTANT!
• Be sure to configure the following settings
before using the camera to record images
(See page 38 for details).
1. Press the power button to turn on the camera.
2. Press [], [], [], and [] to select the language you
want.
3. Press [SET] to register the language setting.
1
4. Use [], [], [], and [] to select the geographical
area you want, and then press [SET].
ME
NU
PLA
Y
RE
C
DIS
P
SET
5. Use [] and [] to select the city you want, and then
press [SET].
6. Use [] and [] to select the summer time (DST)
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
setting you want, and then press [SET].
7. Use [] and [] to select the date format setting you
want, and then press [SET].
8. Set the date and the time.
9. Press [SET] to register the clock settings and exit the
setting screen.
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QUICK START GUIDE
To record an image
To view a recorded image
(See page 41 for details.)
4
(See page 70 for details.)
1
1
ME
ME
NU
NU
PLA
Y
PLA
Y
3
RE
C
DIS
P
RE
DIS
P
C
SET
SET
2
3
1. Press the power button to turn on the
1. Press the power button to turn on the
camera.
camera.
2. Align the mode selector with “REC”.
2. Align the mode selector with “PLAY”.
3. Point the camera at the subject, use the
3. Use [] and [] to scroll through the images
monitor screen or viewfinder to compose the
image.
on the monitor screen.
4. Holding the camera still, gently press the
shutter release button.
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QUICK START GUIDE
To delete an image
(See page 83 for details.)
1
ME
NU
PLA
Y
RE
DIS
P
C
SET
3, 4, 5, 6
1. Press the power button to turn on the camera.
2. Align the mode selector with “PLAY”.
3. Press [] ( ).
4. Use [] and [] to display the image you want to delete.
5. Use [] and [] to select “Delete”.
• To exit the image delete operation without deleting anything, select
“Cancel”.
6. Press [SET] to delete the image.
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GETTING READY
GETTING READY
■ Button Operations
This section contains information about things you need to
know about and do before trying to use the camera.
Button operations are indicated by the button name inside
of brackets ([ ]).
About This Manual
■ On-screen Text
This section contains information about the conventions
used in this manual.
On-screen text is always enclosed by double quotation
marks (“ ”).
■ Terminology
■ File Memory
The following table defines the terminology used in this
manual.
This term as used in this
manual:
Means this:
“this camera” or “the
camera”
The CASIO EX-S3 Digital
Camera
“file memory”
The location where the
camera is currently storing
images you record (page 41)
“battery”
The NP-20 Rechargeable
Lithium Ion Battery
“optional charger unit”
The optionally available
CASIO BC-10L Charger Unit
The term “file memory” in this manual is a general term that
refers to the location where your camera is currently storing
the images you record. File memory can be any one of the
following three locations.
• The camera’s built-in Flash memory
• An SD memory card loaded in the camera
• A MultiMediaCard loaded in the camera
For more information about how the camera stores images,
see page 107.
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GETTING READY
General Guide
The following illustrations show the names of each component, button, and switch on the camera.
Camera
■ Front
1
2
■ Back
7
3
8
9
4
6
0
A
1 Power button
2 Shutter release button
3 Flash
4 Lens
5 Microphone
6 Self-timer lamp
ME
NU
lamp
PLA
Y
RE
C
DIS
P
F
5
20
SET
E
D
7 Viewfinder
8 Operation/Flash charge
C
B
9 [MENU] button
0 Mode selector
A Strap bar
B Battery cover
C [SET] button
D [][][][]
E [DISP] button
F Monitor Screen
GETTING READY
■ Bottom
USB Cradle
G
H
Simply placing your CASIO digital camera onto the USB
cradle lets you perform the following tasks.
• Battery charging (page 26)
• Automatic transfer of images to a computer (page 112)
• Viewing of images using the Photo Stand slideshow
feature (page 81).
G Connector
H Memory card slot
If you are not using a memory card, be sure to insert the
dummy card into this slot to protect against dust and
damage.
■ Front
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3
PHOT
O
5
CHAR
GE
USB
4
1 Camera connector
2 [USB] lamp
3 [USB] button
4 [CHARGE] lamp
5 [PHOTO] button
■ Back
6 [DC IN 5.3V]
(AC adaptor connector)
7 [USB]
6
7
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(USB port)
GETTING READY
Monitor Screen Contents
The monitor screen uses various indicators and icons to keep you informed of the camera’s status.
REC mode
REC modes
Snapshot
Self-timer
None
10s
Digital zoom indicator
1-Image
Self-timer 10 sec
White balance indicator
None
2s
Self-timer 2 sec
x3
Triple self-timer
Memory capacity
(Remaining number
of storable images)
Auto
Sunlight
Shade
Best Shot
Movie
Image size
Light Bulb
2048 x1536 pixels
1600 x1200 pixels
1280 x 960 pixels
640 x 480 pixels
Movie Recording: recording time (seconds)
Fluorescent
Manual
Flash Mode indicator
None
Auto
Quality
FINE
NORMAL
ECONOMY
Flash Off
Flash On
Red-eye reduction
Built-in memory selected
for data storage.
Memory card selected for
data storage.
Digital zoom factor
ISO sensitivity
Battery capacity
EV value
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Date and time
GETTING READY
PLAY mode
Folder number/
File number
Image protection
indicator
Changing the Contents of the Monitor
Screen
Image size
2048
1600
1280
640
Each press of the [DISP] button changes the contents of
the monitor screen as shown below.
҂ 1536 pixels
҂ 1200 pixels
҂ 960 pixels
҂ 480 pixels
Indicators
on
(page 22)
PLAY mode file type
Snapshot
Histogram
on
(page 63)
Indicators
off
Monitor *
screen off
Movie
* You cannot turn off the monitor screen in the following modes:
PLAY mode, Best Shot mode, Movie mode.
Quality
FINE
NORMAL
ECONOMY
Built-in memory
selected for data
storage.
Memory card
selected for data
storage.
Battery capacity
Date and time
IMPORTANT!
• Some information may not display properly if you
display an image that was recorded using a different
digital camera model.
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GETTING READY
Indicator Lamps
Attaching the Strap
You can find out the operational status of the camera and
the USB cradle at a glance by checking the color of the
indicator lamps, and whether a lamp is lit or flashing. For
details, see “Indicator Lamp Reference” on page 144.
Attach the strap to the strap bar as shown in the illustration.
MEN
U
Operation/Flash charge lamp
PLAY
REC
DIS
P
SET
MEN
U
PLAY
MEN
REC
DIS
P
U
PLAY
SET
RE
C
DISP
Self-timer lamp
SET
[USB] lamp
IMPORTANT!
PHOT
O
CHAR
GE
• Be sure to keep the strap around your wrist when
using the camera to protect against accidentally
dropping it.
• The supplied strap is intended for use with this
camera only. Do not use it for any other purpose.
• Never swing the camera around by the strap.
USB
[CHARGE] lamp
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GETTING READY
3. Swing the battery cover closed, and then slide
Power Requirements
it in the direction indicated by the arrow while
pressing down on it.
Your camera is powered by a rechargeable lithium ion
battery (NP-20).
To load the battery
1. Pressing the battery cover on the side of the
camera, slide it in the direction indicated by
the mark and then swing it open.
IMPORTANT!
• Use only the special NP-20 rechargeable lithium ion
battery to power this camera. Use of any other type
of battery is not supported.
NOTE
• To remove the battery, open the battery cover.
Taking care that the battery does not suddenly fall
out of the camera, tilt the camera towards the side.
When the battery slides out part way, pull it out by
hand.
2. Align the arrow mark on the battery with the
arrow mark on the camera as shown in the
illustration, and slide the battery into the
battery compartment.
Arrow marks
NP-20
The battery is not charged when you purchase the
camera. You need to charge the battery before using
the camera for the first time (page 26).
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NOTE
To charge the battery
• The bundled AC adaptor is designed for operation
with any power supply in the range of 100V to 240V
AC. Note, however, that the shape of the AC power
cord plug varies according to country or geographic
area. If you plan to use the AC adaptor in a
geographic area where the power receptacle shape
is different from that in your area, replace the AC
power cord with one of the other ones that comes
with the camera, or purchase a commercially
available AC power cord that is compatible with the
power outlets in that area.
1. Connect the bundled AC adaptor to the [DC IN
5.3V] connector of the USB cradle, and then
plug it in to a household power outlet.
• Note that the shape of the AC adaptor depends on
the area where you purchased the camera.
USB Cradle
[DC IN 5.3V]
AC Adaptor
○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
USB Cradle
AC Adaptor
[DC IN 5.3V]
AC power cord
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NOTE
IMPORTANT!
• The AC adaptor is designed for operation on power
ranging from 100V AC to 240V AC. Note, however,
that the shape of the power cord plug varies
according to country or geographic area. It is up to
you to find out if the shape of the AC adaptor power
cord plug is compatible with local power outlets when
traveling abroad.
• It takes about two hours to achieve a full charge.
Actual charging time depends on current battery
capacity and charging conditions.
• Use only the USB cradle (CA-22) or the optionally
available charger unit (BC-10L) to charge the special
NP-20 rechargeable lithium ion battery. Never use
any other charging device.
• Use only the bundled AC adaptor. Never use any
other type of AC adaptor. Do not use optionally
available AD-C40, AD-C620 and AD-C630 AC
adaptors with this camera.
• Make sure that the camera connector of the USB
cradle is securely inserted into the camera’s
connector as far as it will go.
• The [CHARGE] lamp may remain amber colored and
the charge operation may not start right away if you
try to charge immediately after using the camera
(which causes battery to become warm) or when it is
too hot or too cold where you are performing the
charge operation. If this happens, simply wait until
the battery reaches normal temperature. The
[CHARGE] lamp will turn red and charging will start
when the battery temperature returns to the
allowable charging temperature range.
2. Turn off the camera.
3. Set the camera onto
the USB cradle.
• Do not place the
camera onto the USB
cradle while it is turned
on.
• The [CHARGE] lamp on
the USB cradle should
turn red, indicating that
charging has started.
When charging is
complete, the
[CHARGE] lamp will
turn green.
MENU
PLAY
REC
DISP
SET
PHOT
O
CHAR
GE
USB
[CHARGE] lamp
4. After charging is complete, remove the
camera from the USB cradle.
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■ If the camera works normally
• If the [CHARGE] lamp starts flashing red, it means
that an error occurs while charging. An error can be
caused by any of the following: a problem with the
USB cradle, a problem with the camera, or a problem
with the battery or how it is loaded. Remove the
camera from the USB cradle and see if it works
normally.
• You can use the USB cradle to charge the camera’s
battery, to exchange data with a computer over a
USB connection, or when using the Photo Stand
feature only.
1. Continue using the camera until the current
charge is used up, and then charge the
battery.
■ If the camera does not work normally
This can mean there is a problem with how the battery is
loaded.
1. Remove the battery from the camera and
check the battery contacts for dirt. If the
contacts are dirty, wipe them clean with a dry
cloth.
2. Check to make sure that the AC adaptor’s
power cord is connected securely to the
power outlet and USB cradle.
• If the same symptoms occur again when you place
the camera on the USB cradle after taking the above
steps, contact a CASIO authorized service center.
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■ Battery Life Guidelines
• Recording one image per minute under the above
conditions reduces battery life to about one sixth of that
noted above.
• The above values are based on a new battery starting
from a full charge. Repeated charging shortens battery
life.
• Battery life is greatly affected by how much you use flash,
zoom and other functions, and how long you leave power
turned on.
The battery life guideline values given below indicate the
amount of time at standard temperature (25°C (77°F)) until
power automatically turns off due to battery failure. They do
not guarantee that the battery will provide the amount of
service indicated. Low temperatures and continued use
reduce battery life.
Operation
Approximate Battery Life
Continuous Recording*1
(Continuous Snapshot Recording)
80 minutes (480 shots)
Continuous Playback*2
120 minutes
Supported Battery: NP-20 (Rated Capacitance: 680mAh)
*1 Continuous Recording Conditions
• Normal temperature: 25°C (77°F)
• Flash: Off
• Monitor screen: On
• Image recorded about every 10 seconds
*2 Continuous Playback Conditions
• Normal temperature: 25°C (77°F)
• Scroll one image about every 10 seconds
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■ Tip to Make the Battery Last Longer
Power Supply Precautions
If you do not need the flash while recording, select
(flash off) for the flash mode. See page 45 for more
information.
Note the following precautions when handling or using the
battery and the optional charger unit.
■ Low Battery Indicator
● SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Be sure to read the following Safety Precautions before
trying to use the battery for the first time. Keep these safety
precautions and all operating instructions on hand for
future reference.
■ Battery Handling Precautions
The following shows how the battery capacity indicator on
the monitor screen changes as battery power is used. The
indicator means that remaining battery power is low.
Note that you will not be able to record images while the
battery indicator is
. Charge the battery immediately
whenever either of these indicators appears.
Battery Level
High
NOTES
• The term “battery” in this manual refers to the CASIO
NP-20 Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery.
• The term “optional charger unit” in the following
precautions refers to the optionally available CASIO
BC-10L Charger Unit.
Low
Indicator
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• Should you ever notice leakage, strange odor, heat
generation, discoloration, deformation, or any other
abnormal condition while using, charging, or storing a
battery, immediately remove it from the camera or
optional charger unit and keep it away from open flame.
• If the battery does not achieve full charge after the
normal charging time has passed, stop charging.
Continued charging creates the risk of overheating, fire,
and explosion.
• Battery fluid can damage your eyes. Should battery
fluid get into your eyes accidentally, immediately rinse
them with clean tap water and then consult a physician.
• Be sure to read page 26 of this User’s Guide and the
instructions that come with the optional charger unit
before using or charging the battery.
• If the battery is to be used by young children, make
sure that a responsible adult makes them aware of the
precautions and proper handling instructions and make
sure that they handle the battery correctly.
• Should fluid from the battery accidentally get onto
clothing or your skin, immediately rinse it off with clean
tap water. Prolonged contact with battery fluid can
cause skin irritation.
• Failure to observe any of the following precautions
while using the battery creates the risk of over-heating,
fire, and explosion.
— Never use any other type of charger except the
optional charger unit specified for the battery.
— Never try to use the battery to power any other
device other than this camera.
— Never use or leave the battery near open flame.
— Never place the battery in a microwave oven, throw
it into fire, or otherwise expose it to intense heat.
— Make sure the battery is oriented correctly when you
load it into the camera or attach it to the optional
charger unit.
— Never carry or store the battery together with items
that can conduct electricity (necklaces, pencil lead,
etc.)
— Never try to take the battery apart, modify it in any
way, or expose it to strong impact.
— Do not immerse the battery in fresh water or salt
water.
— Do not use or leave the battery under direct
sunlight, in an automobile parked in the sun, or in
any other area subject to high temperatures.
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● PRECAUTIONS DURING USE
● BATTERY STORAGE PRECAUTIONS
• The battery is designed for use with this CASIO digital
camera only.
• Use only the USB cradle that comes with the camera or
the specified optional charger unit to charge the
battery. Never use any other type of charger unit for
charging.
• A new battery is not charged. Be sure to charge the
battery before using it for the first time.
• Use of a battery in cold environments shortens the
operating time you can expect on a full charge. Charge
the battery in a location where the temperature is in the
range of 10°C to 35°C (50°F to 95°F). Charging
outside this temperature range can cause charging to
take longer than normal or even cause charging to fail.
• Very limited operation following a full charge indicates
that the battery has reached the end of its service life.
Replace the battery with a new one.
• Never wipe the battery with thinner, benzene, alcohol,
or other volatile agents or chemically treated rags.
Doing so can cause deformation of the battery and lead
to malfunction.
• Make sure you remove the battery when you do not
plan to use the camera for a long time. A battery left in
the camera discharges very small amounts of power
even when power is turned off, which can lead to a
dead battery or the need for longer charging before the
next use.
• Store the battery in a cool, dry place (20°C (68 °F) or
lower).
● USING THE BATTERY
• See page 26 of this manual or the instructions that
come with the optional charger unit for information
about charging procedures and charging times.
• When transporting a battery, keep it either loaded in
the camera or stored in its case.
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■ USB Cradle and AC Adaptor Precautions
Caution!
• Make sure you always remove the camera from the USB
cradle before connecting or disconnecting the AC
adaptor.
• Charging, USB data communication, and using the Photo
Stand feature can cause the AC adaptor to become
warm. This is normal and does not indicate malfunction.
• Unplug the AC power cord from the power outlet
whenever you are not using it.
• Never place a blanket or any other cover on the AC
adaptor. Doing so creates the risk of fire.
• Never use an electrical outlet whose voltage
is outside the rating marked on the AC
adaptor. Doing so can create the danger of
fire or electric shock. Use only the bundled
AC adaptor specified for this camera.
• Do not allow the AC adaptor cord to become
cut or damaged, do not place heavy objects
on it, and keep it away from heat. A damaged
power cord creates the risk of fire and electric
shock.
• Never try to modify the AC adaptor cord, or
subject it to severe bending, twisting, or
pulling. Doing so creates the risk of fire and
electric shock.
• Never touch the AC adaptor while your hands
are wet. Doing so creates the risk of electric
shock.
• Do not overload extension cords or wall
outlets. Doing so creates the danger of fire
and electric shock.
• Should the cord of the AC adaptor become
damaged (exposed internal wiring), request a
replacement from a CASIO authorized service
center. A damaged AC adaptor cord creates
the danger of fire or electric shock.
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Turning the Camera On and Off
Auto Power Off (APO)
Press the power button to turn the
camera on and off.
Pressing the power button to turn
on the camera causes the
operation/flash charge lamp to turn
green. Press the power button
again to turn off the camera.
Auto Power Off (APO) automatically turns off the camera
when you do not perform any operation for a certain
amount of time.
ON/OFF
Power button
1. Turn on the camera, and then align the mode
selector with “REC” or “PLAY”.
2. Press [MENU].
IMPORTANT!
3. Use [] and [] to select the “Set Up” tab.
• If camera power is turned off by the Auto Power Off
feature, press the power button to turn it back on
again.
4. Use [] and [] to select “Auto Power Off”,
and then press [].
• See page 35 for information about how to use
menus.
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5. Use [] and [] to change the currently
Using the On-screen Menus
selected setting, and then press [SET].
To do this:
Select this setting:
Set the Auto Power Off trigger time to
2 minutes
2 min
Set the Auto Power Off trigger time to
5 minutes
5 min
Pressing [MENU] displays menus on the monitor screen
that you can use to perform various operations. The menu
that appears depends on whether you are in the REC
mode or the PLAY mode. The following shows an example
menu procedure in the REC mode.
1. Turn on the camera,
Mode selector
and then align the
mode selector with
“REC” to enter the
REC mode.
IMPORTANT!
• Auto Power Off is automatically disabled under any
one of the following conditions.
— While the camera is connected to a computer via
the USB cradle
— While a slideshow is playing
MENU
• If you want to enter the
PLAY mode instead, you
would align the mode
selector with “PLAY”.
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● Menu Screen Operations
2. Press [MENU].
[MENU]
Tab
MENU
PLAY
REC
DISP
SET
[SET]
Settings
[][ ][][ ]
Selection cursor (indicates the
currently selected item)
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When you want to do this:
Do this:
Move between tabs
Press [] and [].
Move from the tab to the
settings
Press [].
Move from the settings to
the tab
Press [].
Move between the settings
Press [] and [].
Display the options
available for a setting
Press [] or press [SET].
Select an option
Press [] and [].
Register an option
selection and exit the menu
screen
Press [SET].
Register an option
selection and return to the
menu screen
Press [].
Exit the menu screen
Press the [MENU] button.
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3. Press [] or [] to select the tab you want,
6. Perform one of the following operations to
and then press [SET] to move the selection
cursor from the tab to the settings.
apply the setting you configured.
4. Use [] and [] to
select the feature
whose setting you
want to configure,
and then press [].
• Instead of pressing [],
you could also press
[SET].
Example: To select the
“REC Mode”
item.
To do this:
Perform this key operation:
Apply the setting and exit
the menu screen.
Press [SET].
Apply the setting and
return to feature selection
in step 4.
Press [].
Apply the setting and
return to tab selection in
step 3.
1. Press [].
2. Use [] to move back up to
tab selection.
• See “Menu Reference” on page 142 for more information
about menus.
5. Use [] and [] to change the currently
selected setting.
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IMPORTANT!
Configuring Display Language and Clock
Settings
• The camera’s clock settings are cleared whenever
power is totally cut off. This can happen if the battery
goes dead while the camera is not being supplied
power by the USB cradle. The clock setting screen
will appear automatically the next time you turn on
power after the settings are cleared. Set the date
and time before using the camera.
• The current date and time settings will be cleared if
the battery remains dead without being charged for
about two days.
• Recording images without configuring the clock
settings causes incorrect time information to be
registered. Be sure to configure the clock settings
before using the camera.
Be sure to configure the following settings before using the
camera to record images.
•
•
•
•
Display language
Home city
Date Style
Date and time
Note that the current date and time settings are used by
the camera to generate the date and time that are stored
along with image data, etc.
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3. Use [], [], [], and
To configure display language and clock
settings
[] to select the
geographical area
where you live, and
then press [SET].
1. Press the power button to turn on the camera.
2. Use [], [], [], and
[] to select the
language you want,
and then press [SET].
4. Use [] and [] to
select the name of the
city where you live,
and then press [SET].
: Japanese
English
: English
Français : French
Deutsch
: German
Español
: Spanish
Italiano
: Italian
5. Use [] and [] to select the summer time
(DST) setting you want, and then press [SET].
Português : Portuguese
: Chinese (Complex)
When you want to do this:
Select this setting:
: Chinese (Simplified)
Keep time using summer time
(Daylight Saving Time)
On
Keep time using standard time
Off
: Korean
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8. Press [SET] to register the settings and exit
6. Use [] and [] to
the setting screen.
change the date format
setting, and then press
[SET].
Example: October 23, 2003
To display the date like this:
Select this format:
03/10/23
YY/MM/DD
23/10/03
DD/MM/YY
10/23/03
MM/DD/YY
7. Set the current date
and the time.
To do this:
Do this:
Change the setting at the current
cursor location
Press [] and [].
Move the cursor between settings
Press [] and [].
Toggle between 12-hour and 24hour timekeeping
Press [DISP].
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BASIC IMAGE RECORDING
3. Compose the image
This section describes the basic procedure for recording an
image.
on the monitor
screen.
• The focusing range of
the camera is
approximately 80 cm
(2.6 feet) to infinity (∞).
Recording an Image
Your camera automatically adjusts shutter speed in
accordance with the brightness of the subject. Images you
record are stored in the camera’s built-in memory, or to a
memory card if you have one loaded in the camera.
• When an optionally available SD memory card or
MultiMediaCard (MMC) is loaded in the camera, images
are stored on the card (page107).
• You can compose images using either the monitor
screen or the optical viewfinder.
button to turn on the
camera.
2. Align the mode
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• When performing this
step, take care so your
fingers do not block the
lens or any of the
sensors.
1. Press the power
• This causes an image
or a message to appear
on the monitor screen.
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1600 1200
NORMAL
• When using the optical viewfinder, you can turn off
the monitor screen to save power (page 23).
Power button
Mode selector
selector with “REC”.
• This enters the REC
mode for image
recording.
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4. Press the shutter
About the REC Mode Monitor Screen
release button to
record the image.
• The image shown on the monitor screen in the REC
mode is a simplified image for composing purposes. The
actual image is recorded in accordance with the image
quality setting currently selected on your camera. The
image saved in file memory has much better resolution
and detail than the REC mode monitor screen image.
• Certain levels of subject brightness can cause the
response of the REC mode monitor screen to slow down,
which causes some static noise in the monitor screen
image.
Shutter release button
• The number of images that can be stored in memory
depends on the resolution setting you are using
(pages 49, 151).
• Depending on the distance or angle between the
subject and the camera, the image you see in the
viewfinder may not be exactly the image that is
recorded.
• Press the shutter release button gently to avoid
camera movement.
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Recording Precautions
Using Zoom
• Never open the battery cover or place the camera onto
the USB cradle while the operation/flash charge lamp is
flashing. Doing so not only causes the current image to
be lost, it can also corrupt images already stored in file
memory and even lead to malfunction of the camera.
• Never remove the memory card while an image is being
recorded to the memory card.
• Fluorescent lighting actually flickers at a frequency that
cannot be detected by the human eye. When using the
camera indoors under such lighting, you may experience
some brightness or color problems with recorded images.
• When “Auto” is selected for the ISO sensitivity setting
(page 65), the camera automatically adjusts its sensitivity
in accordance with the brightness of the subject. This can
cause some static noise to appear in images of relatively
dark subjects.
• When “Auto” is selected for the ISO sensitivity setting
(page 65), the camera raises the sensitivity and uses a
faster shutter speed. Because of this, you need to guard
against camera movement if you have flash turned off
(page 45) when recording a dimly lit subject.
• If unwanted light is shining on the lens, shade the lens
with your hand when recording the image.
You can use the digital zoom feature of your camera to
zoom in on the center of an image. Performing a zoom
operation toggles the zoom factor between 1X and 4X.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
2. Use [] and [] to select the “REC” tab.
3. Use [] and [] to select “Digital Zoom”, and
then press [].
4. Use [] and [] to select “On”, and then
press [SET].
• Selecting “Off” disables digital zoom.
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5. In the REC mode, use [] and [] to change
IMPORTANT!
the digital zoom factor.
• Zoom is disabled whenever the monitor screen is
turned off (page 23).
• Using digital zoom can cause degradation of the
recorded image.
• To disable digital zoom, select “Off” for the “Digital
Zoom” setting on the “REC” tab.
[] : Zoom in.
[] : Zoom out.
NOTE
Zoom in
• You can use the key customization feature (page 67)
to configure the camera so the digital zoom factor
changes whenever you press [] and [] while in the
REC mode.
Zoom out
6. Record the image.
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5. Record the image.
Using the Flash
Perform the following steps to select the flash mode you
want to use.
IMPORTANT!
• The flash unit of this camera fires a number of times
when you record an image. The initial flashes are
pre-flashes, which the camera uses to obtain
information it uses for exposure settings. The final
flash is for recording. Make sure that you keep the
camera still until the shutter releases.
• Image recording may not be performed if you press
the shutter release button while the operation/flash
charge lamp is flashing amber.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
2. Use [] and [] to select the “REC” tab.
3. Use [] and [] to select “Flash”, and then
press [].
4. Use [] and [] to select the flash mode you
want, and then press [SET].
NOTE
To do this:
Select this setting:
Have the flash fire automatically
when required (Auto Flash)
Auto
• You can use the key customization feature (pages
66, 67) to configure the camera so the flash mode
changes whenever you press [] and [], or [] and
[] while in the REC mode.
Turn off the flash (Flash Off)
Always fire the flash (Flash On)
Fire a pre-flash followed by image
recording with flash, reducing the
chance of red-eye in the image (Redeye reduction). Have the flash fire
automatically when required.
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■ About Red-eye Reduction
Flash Precautions
Using the flash to record at night or in a dimly lit room can
cause red spots inside the eyes of people who are in the
image. This is caused when the light from the flash reflects
off of the retina of the eye. Red-eye reduction fires a preflash, which causes the irises in the eyes of any people in
the image to close. This is followed by another flash
operation when the image is actually recorded.
Take care that your fingers do not block the flash when you
hold the camera. Covering the flash with your finger can
greatly reduce its effectiveness.
Flash
IMPORTANT!
Note the following important points when using redeye reduction.
• Red-eye reduction does not work unless the people
in the image are looking directly at the camera
(flash). Before pressing the shutter release button,
call out to the subjects so they all look at the camera.
• Red-eye reduction may not work very well if the
subjects are located far away from the camera.
• The approximate effective range of the flash is shown
below. The flash is unable to adequately illuminate a
subject that is outside this range.
0.8 meter to 2 meters (2.6´ to 6.6´) (ISO Sensitivity :
“Auto”)
• The flash takes anywhere from a few seconds as long as
10 seconds to attain full charge after being fired. The
actual time required depends on the battery level,
temperature, and other conditions.
• The flash does not fire during movie recording. This is
indicated by
on the monitor screen.
• The flash unit may not be able to charge when battery
power is low. Low battery power is indicated by the
on
the monitor screen, and when the flash fails to fire
properly resulting in poor image exposure. When these
symptoms occur, charge the camera’s battery as soon as
possible.
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• When the red-eye reduction mode (
) is selected, flash
intensity is adjusted automatically in accordance with the
exposure. The flash may not fire at all when the subject is
brightly lit.
• White balance is fixed while the flash is being used, so
sunlight, fluorescent lighting, or other sources of
illumination in the immediate area may affect the coloring
of the recorded image.
Using the Self-timer
The self-timer lets you select either a 2-second or 10second delay of the shutter release after you press the
shutter release button. A Triple Self-timer feature lets you
perform three consecutive self-timer operations to record
three images.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
2. Use [] and [] to select the “REC” tab.
3. Use [] and [] to select “Self-timer”, and
then press [].
4. Use [] and [] to select the self-timer time
you want to use, and then press [SET].
• Selecting “Off” in step 4 disables the self-timer.
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To do this:
5. Record the image.
Select this setting:
Specify a 10-second self-timer
10 sec
Specify a 2-second self-timer
2 sec
Specify Triple Self-timer
X3
Disable the self-timer
Off
• When you press the
shutter release button,
the self-timer lamp
flashes and the shutter
releases after the selftimer reaches the end
of its countdown.
• With the Triple Self-timer, the camera records a
series of three images in the sequence described
below.
Self-timer lamp
• You can interrupt an
ongoing self-timer
countdown by pressing
the shutter release
button while the selftimer lamp is flashing.
1. The camera performs a 10-second countdown and
then records the first image.
2. The camera prepares to record the next image.
The amount of time required for preparation
depends on the camera’s current “Size” and
“Quality” settings, the type of memory (built-in or
card) you are using for image storage, and
whether or not the flash is charging.
NOTES
• The “2 sec” self-timer setting is best when shooting
with a slow shutter speed, because it helps to avoid
blurring of images due to hand movement.
• You can use the key customization feature (page 67)
to configure the camera so the self-timer setting
changes whenever you press [] and [] while in the
REC mode.
3. After preparation is complete, the indicator “1sec”
appears on the monitor screen, and another
image is recorded one second later.
4. Steps 2 and 3 are repeated once more to record
the third image.
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NOTES
Specifying Image Size and Quality
• If you plan to make large prints of your images or
otherwise use them in applications where highresolution is your top priority, select the “2048 x
1536” image size.
• If you plan to send images as e-mail attachments or
otherwise use them in applications where data
economy is your top priority, select the “640 x 480”
image size.
You can specify the image size and image quality to suit
the type of image you are recording.
To specify the image size
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
2. Use [] and [] to select the “REC” tab.
3. Use [] and [] to select “Size”, and then
press [].
4. Use [] and [] to select the setting you
want, and then press [SET].
2048 x 1536 : 2048 x 1536 pixels
1600 x 1200 : 1600 x 1200 pixels
1280 x 960 : 1280 x 960 pixels
640 x 480 : 640 x 480 pixels
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NOTE
To specify image quality
• Use the “Fine” setting when image quality is your top
priority and file size is secondary. Conversely, use
the “Economy” setting when file size is your top
priority and image quality is secondary.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
2. Use [] and [] to select the “REC” tab.
3. Use [] and [] to select “Quality”, and then
IMPORTANT!
press [].
• Actual file size depends on the type of image you
record. This means that the remaining image
capacity noted on the monitor screen may not be
exactly accurate (pages 22, 151).
4. Use [] and [] to select the setting you
want, and then press [SET].
To get this:
Select this setting:
Very high quality, but large file size
Fine
Normal quality
Normal
Small file size, but low quality
Economy
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OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS
3. Use [] and [] to
This chapter describes the other powerful features and
functions that are available for recording.
change the exposure
compensation value,
and then press [SET].
Exposure Compensation (EV Shift)
• Pressing [SET] registers
the displayed value.
Exposure compensation lets you change the exposure
setting (EV value) manually to adjust for the lighting of your
subject. This feature helps to achieve better results when
recording a backlit subject, a strongly lit subject indoors, or
a subject that is against a dark background.
EV value
[] : Increases the EV value. A higher EV value is best
used for light-colored subjects and backlight
subjects.
EV Shift Range: –2.0EV to +2.0EV
Steps: 1/3EV
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
2. Select the “REC” tab,
select “EV Shift”, and
then press [].
[] : Decreases the EV value. A lower EV value is best
for dark-color subjects and for shooting outdoors
on a clear day.
Exposure compensation
value
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• To cancel EV Shift, adjust the value until it becomes
0.0.
Adjusting White Balance
The wavelengths of the light produced by various light
sources (sunlight, light bulb, etc.) can affect the color of a
subject when it is recorded. White balance lets you make
adjustments to compensate for different lighting types, so
the colors of an image appear more natural.
4. Record the image.
IMPORTANT!
• When shooting under very dark or very bright
conditions, you may not be able to obtain satisfactory
results even after performing exposure
compensation.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
2. Select the “REC” tab,
select “White
Balance”, and then
press [].
NOTES
• Performing an EV shift operation causes the
metering mode to switch automatically to center
weighted metering. Returning the EV shift value to
0.0 causes the metering mode to change back to
multi-pattern metering.
• You can use key customization (page 66) to
configure the camera to perform exposure
compensation whenever you press [] and [] while
in the REC mode.
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3. Use [] and [] to select the setting you
Adjusting White Balance Manually
want, and then press [SET].
When shooting under these conditions:
Normal conditions
Under some light sources, automatic white balance under
the “Auto” setting can take a long time to complete. Also,
the auto white balance range (color temperature range) is
limited. Manual white balance helps to ensure that colors
are recorded correctly for a particular light source.
Note that you must perform manual white balance under
the same conditions you will be shooting under. You must
also have a white piece of paper or other similar object on
hand in order to perform manual white balance.
Select this setting:
Auto
Outdoor daylight
Shade
Incandescent light bulb
(reddish tinge)
Fluorescent light (greenish tinge)
Difficult lighting that requires manual
control (See “Adjusting White Balance
Manually”.)
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
Manual
2. Select the “REC” tab, select “White Balance”,
NOTES
and then press [].
• Selecting “Manual” changes white balance to the
settings achieved the last time a manual white
balance operation was performed.
• You can use the key customization feature (pages
66, 67) to configure the camera so the white balance
setting changes whenever you press [] and [], or
[] and [] while in the REC mode.
3. Use [] and [] to
select “Manual”.
• This causes the object
you last used to adjust
manual white balance to
appear on the monitor
screen.
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4. Point the camera at a white piece of paper or
Using the Best Shot Mode
similar object under the lighting conditions
for which you want to set the white balance,
and then press the shutter release button.
Selecting one of the 15 Best Shot scenes automatically
sets up the camera for recording a similar type of image.
• This starts the white balance adjustment procedure.
The message “Complete” appears on the monitor
screen after white balance adjustment is complete.
■ Example Sample Scene
• Dim lighting or pointing the camera at a dark colored
object while performing manual white balance
adjustment can cause the procedure to take a long
time to complete.
5. Press [SET].
• This registers the white balance settings and returns
to the REC mode.
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1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
IMPORTANT!
• Sample scene number 4 is Coupling Shot scene
(page 58). Sample scene number 5 is a Pre-shot
scene (page 60).
• Best Shot scenes were not recorded using this
camera. They are provided as samples only.
• Images recorded using a Best Shot scene may not
produce the results you expected due to shooting
conditions and other factors.
• After selecting a Best Shot scene, you can change to
a different one by using [] and [] to scroll through
available scenes. When the one you want is
displayed, press [SET].
2. Select the “REC” tab, select “REC Mode”, and
then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to
select “
(Best
Shot)”, and then press
[SET].
• This enters the Best Shot
mode and displays a
sample scene.
4. Use [] and [] to select the sample scene
you want, and then press [SET].
5. Record the image.
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OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS
6. Use [] and [] to
Creating Your Own Best Shot Setup
display the image
whose setup you
want to register as a
Best Shot scene.
You can use the procedure below to save the setup of an
image you recorded for later recall when you need it again.
Recalling a setup you save automatically sets up the
camera accordingly.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
7. Use [] and [] to
2. Select the “REC” tab, select “REC Mode”, and
select “Save”, and
then press [SET].
then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to select “
• This registers the setup.
(Best Shot)”,
• Now you can use the
procedure on page 55
to select your user
setup for recording.
and then press [SET].
• This enters the Best Shot mode and displays a
sample scene.
4. Use [] and [] to
display “Register
Favorites”.
5. Press [SET].
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■ To delete a Best Shot user setup
IMPORTANT!
• Setups that you register as Best Shot sample scenes
are located after the built-in sample scenes.
• When a Best Shot user setup is recalled, the monitor
screen in step 4 of the procedure on page 55
displays the text “Recall Favorites”.
• Note that formatting the built-in memory (page 106)
deletes all Best Shot user setups.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
2. Select the “REC” tab, select “REC Mode”, and
then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to select “
(Best Shot)”,
and then press [SET].
NOTES
• This enters the Best Shot mode and displays a
sample scene.
• Best Shot user setups are located in the camera’s
built-in memory after the built-in sample scenes.
• The following are the settings that are included in a
Best Shot user setup: EV shift value, white balance
mode, flash mode, and ISO sensitivity.
• Note that images recorded with this camera only can
be used to create a Best Shot user setup.
• You can have up to 999 Best Shot user setups in the
camera’s built-in memory at one time.
• You can check the current setup of a scene by
displaying the various setting menus.
• User setups are assigned file names using the format
“UEXS3nnn.jpe” (where n = 0 to 9).
4. Use [] and [] to display the user setup you
want to delete.
5. Press [] ( ) to delete the user setup.
• You can also delete a user setup by using your
computer to delete its file in the “SCENE” folder in
the camera’s built-in memory (page 124).
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OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS
Combining Shots of Two People into a
Single Image (Coupling Shot)
• Combined
Images
The Coupling Shot mode lets you record images of two
people and combine them into a single image. This makes
it possible for you to include yourself in group images, even
when there is no one else around to record the image for
you. Coupling Shot is available in the Best Shot mode
(page 54).
• First Image
This is the part
of the image that
does not include
the person who
is recording the
first image.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
2. Select the “REC” tab, select “REC Mode”, and
then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to select “
(Best Shot)”,
and then press [SET].
• Second
Image
4. Use [] and [] to select “Coupling Shot”,
Making sure that
the background
of the image is
aligned correctly,
record the image
of the person
who recorded
the first image.
and then press [SET].
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5. Use the monitor
6. Next, use the monitor
screen to compose
and record the left
side of the image.
screen to compose
the right side of the
image, taking care to
align the actual
background with the
semi-transparent
image of the
background of the
left-side image, which
remains on the
monitor screen. When
everything is aligned
correctly, record the
image.
• The exposure, white
balance, zoom, and
flash settings are fixed
for this type of image.
Semi-transparent
image
• Pressing [MENU] any time after step 5 of the above
procedure cancels the first image and returns to step
5.
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• Freeze the background on
the monitor screen.
Recording a Subject onto an Existing
Background Image (Pre-shot)
Pre-shot helps you get the background you want, even if
you need to ask someone else to record the image for you.
Basically, Pre-shot is a two-step process.
1. You compose the background you want and press the
shutter release button, which causes a semi-transparent
image of the background to remain on the monitor
screen.
2. Ask someone else to record a shot of you against your
original background, telling them to compose the image
by using the semi-transparent monitor screen image as a
guide.
• The camera stores the image produced by step 2 only.
• Depending on how the image is actually composed in
step 2, its background may not be exactly the same as
the one you composed in step 1.
• Record the image, using
the background on the
monitor screen as a guide.
Note that Pre-shot is available in the Best Shot mode only
(page 54).
• This records the image.
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OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
6. Next, use the monitor
screen to compose
the subject with the
semi-transparent
background shown
on the monitor
screen. When
everything is aligned
correctly, record the
image.
2. Select the “REC” tab, select “REC Mode”, and
then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to select “
(Best Shot)”,
and then press [SET].
4. Use [] and [] to
select “Pre-shot”, and
then press [SET].
Semi-transparent image
• This records the image composed on the monitor
screen in step 6. The reference background image is
not recorded.
• Pressing [MENU] any time after step 5 of the above
procedure cancels the background image and
returns to step 5.
5. Freeze the background on the monitor screen.
• Though a semi-transparent image of the background
appears on the monitor screen in step 6, the
background image is not saved in memory at this
time.
• The exposure, white balance, zoom, and flash
settings are fixed for this type of image.
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OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS
3. Use [] and [] to
Using the Movie Mode
You can record movies with audio, up to 30 seconds long.
(Movie), and
select
then press [SET].
• File Format: AVI
AVI format conforms to the Motion JPEG format promoted
by the Open DML Group.
• “Remaining capacity”
shows how many 30second movies can still
be recorded to memory.
Remaining capacity
• Image Size: 320 x 240 pixels
• Movie File Size: Approximately 130KB/second.
Remaining recording time
• Maximum Movie Length
— One Movie: 30 seconds
— Total Movie Time:
80 seconds with built-in memory; 500 seconds with
64MB SD memory card
4. Point the camera at
Movie recording indicator
the subject and then
press the shutter
release button.
• Movie recording
continues for 30
seconds, or until you
stop it by pressing the
shutter release button
again.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
2. Select the “REC” tab, select “REC Mode”, and
then press [].
• The remaining recording time value counts down on
the monitor screen as you record.
• When movie recording is complete, the movie file is
stored in file memory.
• To cancel storage of the movie file, use [] to select
“Delete” while file storage is being performed, and
then press [SET].
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IMPORTANT!
Using the Histogram
• The flash does not fire in the Movie mode.
• This camera also records audio. Note the following
points when recording a movie.
— Take care that you do
not block the
microphone with your
fingers.
You can use the [DISP] button to display a histogram on
the monitor screen. The histogram lets you check exposure
conditions as you record images (page 23). You can also
display the histogram of a recorded image in the PLAY
mode.
Microphone
— Good recording results are not possible when the
camera is too far from the subject.
— Operating camera buttons during recording can
cause button noise to be included in the audio.
— Movie audio is recorded in monaural.
Histogram
A histogram is a graph that represents the lightness of an
image in terms of the number of pixels. The vertical axis
indicates the number of pixels, while the horizontal axis
indicates lightness. You can use the histogram to
determine whether an image includes the shadowing (left
side), mid tones (center), and highlighting (right) required to
bring out sufficient image detail. If the histogram appears
too lopsided for some reason, you can use EV shift
(exposure compensation) to move it left or right in order to
achieve better balance. Optimum exposure can be
achieved by correcting exposure so the graph is as close to
the center as possible.
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• When the histogram is too far
to the left, it means that there
are too many dark pixels.
This type of histogram results
when the overall image is
dark. A histogram that is too
far to the left may result in
“black out” of the dark areas
of an image.
IMPORTANT!
• Note that the above histograms are shown for
illustrative purposes only. You may not be able to
achieve exactly the same shapes for particular
subjects.
• A centered histogram does not necessarily
guarantee optimum exposure. The recorded image
may be over-exposed or under-exposed, even
though its histogram is centered.
• You may not be able to achieve an optimum
histogram configuration due to the limitations of EV
shift.
• Use of the flash as well as certain shooting
conditions can cause the histogram to indicate
exposure that is different from the actual exposure of
the image when it was recorded.
• This histogram does not appear when you are using
Coupling Shot (page 58).
• When the histogram is too far
to the right, it means that
there are too many light
pixels.
This type of histogram results
when the overall image is
light. A histogram that is too
far to the right may result in
“white out” of the light areas of
an image.
• A centered histogram
indicates that there is good
distribution of light pixels and
dark pixels. This type of
histogram results when the
overall image is at optimal
lightness.
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IMPORTANT!
REC Mode Camera Settings
• Increasing ISO sensitivity can cause static to appear
inside an image. Select the ISO sensitivity setting
that suits your shooting needs.
• Using a high ISO sensitivity setting along with the
flash to shoot a nearby subject may result in
improper illumination of the subject.
• You can use the key customization feature (page 66)
to configure the camera so the ISO sensitivity setting
changes whenever you press [] and [] while in the
REC mode.
Specifying ISO Sensitivity
Use the following procedure to select the ISO sensitivity
setting that suits the type of image you are recording.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
2. Select the “REC” tab, select “ISO”, and then
press [].
3. Use [] and [] to select the setting you want
and then press [SET].
To get this:
Select this setting:
Automatic sensitivity selection
Auto
Conforms with ISO 80
ISO 80
Conforms with ISO 160
ISO 160
Conforms with ISO 320
ISO 320
Conforms with ISO 640
ISO 640
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Turning Image Review On and Off
Assigning Functions to the [] and []
Keys
Image review displays an image on the monitor screen as
soon as you record it. Use the following procedure to turn
image review on and off.
A “key customization” feature lets you configure the []
and [] keys so they change camera settings whenever
they are pressed in the REC mode. After you configure the
[] and [] keys, you can change the setting assigned to
them without going through the menu screen.
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
2. Select the “REC” tab, select “Review”, and
then press [].
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
3. Use [] and [] to select the setting you
2. Select the “REC” tab, select “L/R Key”, and
want, and then press [SET].
then press [].
To do this:
Select this setting:
Display images on the monitor
screen for about one second
immediately after they are recorded
On
Do not display images immediately
after they are recorded
Off
3. Use [] and [] to select the setting you
want, and then press [SET].
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Assigning Functions to the [] and []
Keys
When you want to assign this function to
[] and [] keys:
Select this:
Recording mode
• [] and [] cycle through recording
modes: Snapshot, Best Shot, Movie
(page 142).
REC Mode
Flash mode
• [] and [] cycle through the flash
mode settings (page 45).
Flash
A “key customization” feature lets you configure the []
and [] keys so they change camera settings whenever
they are pressed in the REC mode. After you configure the
[] and [] keys, you can change the setting assigned to
them without going through the menu screen.
EV shift
• [] decreases compensation, []
increases compensation (page 51).
EV Shift
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
White balance setting
• [] and [] cycle through white
balance settings (page 52).
White Balance
ISO sensitivity
• [] and [] cycle through sensitivity
settings (page 65).
ISO
No function assigned
Off
2. Select the “REC” tab, select “U/D Key”, and
then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to select the setting you
want, and then press [SET].
NOTE
• The initial default setting is “REC Mode”.
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When you want to assign this function to
[] and [] keys:
Select this:
Recording mode
• [] and [] cycle through recording
modes: Snapshot, Best Shot, Movie
(page 142).
REC Mode
Digital Zoom
• [] increases the digital zoom factor,
[] decreases the digital zoom factor
(page 43).
Digital Zoom
Flash mode
• [] and [] cycle through the flash
mode settings (page 45).
Flash
White balance setting
• [] and [] cycle through white
balance settings (page 52).
White Balance
Self-timer mode
• [] and [] cycle through self-timer
modes (page 47).
Self-timer
No function assigned
Specifying Power On Default Settings
The camera’s “mode memory” feature lets you specify the
power on default settings individually for the recording
mode, flash mode, white balance mode, ISO sensitivity,
and digital zoom mode. Turning on mode memory for a
mode tells the camera to remember the status of that mode
when you turn off the camera, and restore it the next time
you turn the camera back on. When mode memory is
turned off, the camera automatically restores the initial
factory default setting for the applicable mode.
The following table shows what happens when you turn
mode memory on or off for each mode.
Function
On
REC Mode
Flash
White Balance
ISO
Off
Digital Zoom
NOTE
• The initial default setting is “Digital Zoom”.
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Off
Snapshot
Setting when
camera is
turned off
Auto
Auto
Auto
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OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS
1. In the REC mode, press [MENU].
Resetting the Camera
2. Select the “Memory” tab, select the item you
Use the following procedure to reset all of the camera’s
settings to their initial defaults as shown under “Menu
Reference” on page 142.
want to change, and then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to select the setting you
1. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press
want, and then press [SET].
[MENU].
To do this:
Select this setting:
Turn on mode memory so settings
are restored at power on
On
Turn off mode memory so settings
are initialized at power on
Off
2. Select the “Set Up” tab, select “Reset”, and
then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to select “Reset”, and then
press [SET].
IMPORTANT!
• To cancel the procedure without resetting, select
“Cancel” and press [SET].
• Note that Best Shot mode settings take priority over
mode memory settings. If you turn the camera off
while in the Best Shot mode, the camera’s Flash,
White Balance, and ISO Sensitivity will be configured
according to the Best Shot sample scene when you
turn it back on again, regardless of mode memory
on/off setting.
• If you turn the camera off while in the Movie mode,
the flash will be turned off when you turn the camera
back on again, regardless of mode memory on/off
setting.
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PLAYBACK
PLAYBACK
3. Use [] (forward) or [] (back) to scroll
You can use the camera’s built-in monitor screen to view
images after you record them.
through files on the monitor screen.
Basic Playback Operation
Use the following procedure to scroll through files stored in
the camera’s memory.
NOTES
1. Press the power
Power button
• Holding down [] or [] scrolls images at high
speed.
• Note that the images produced on the monitor
screen of this camera are simplified versions of the
actual image stored in memory.
button to turn on the
camera.
• This causes an image
or a message to appear
on the monitor screen.
2. Align the mode
ON/OFF
Mode selector
selector with “PLAY”.
• This enters the PLAY
mode.
MENU
PLAY
REC
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PLAYBACK
1. In the PLAY mode, use [] and [] to scroll
Flipping the Display
through images on the monitor screen and
display the one you want.
The following procedure flips the image 180 degrees. This
comes in handy when you want to show someone standing
in front of you an image on the monitor screen.
2. Press the shutter release button and [SET] at
the same time.
• This flips the image 180 degrees. The histogram or
any other display information you had displayed is
cleared automatically whenever you flip the image.
[SET]
• While an image is flipped, you can use [] and [] to
scroll to another image, if you want.
DISP
REC
PLAY
MENU
3. To return the image to its normal orientation,
press any button other than [], [], [], or
[].
Shutter release
button
IMPORTANT!
• Note that you cannot play a movie on the monitor
screen while a flipped image is displayed.
• You cannot use the above procedure to flip an image
while a zoomed image, or calendar screen is on the
display, or while a movie is playing.
DISP
REC
PLAY
MENU
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3. To scroll the image
Zooming the Display Image
on the display, press
[SET] and then press
[], [], [], or [].
Perform the following procedure to zoom the image
currently on the monitor screen up to four times its normal
size.
• To display the indicator
for further zooming,
press [SET] again.
1. In the PLAY mode, use [] and [] to display
the image you want.
2. Press [] ( ) to
4. Press [MENU] to return the image to its
enlarge the image.
original size.
• This displays an
indicator that shows the
current zoom factor.
IMPORTANT!
• You cannot enlarge a movie image.
• Depending on the original size of the recorded
image, you may not be able to zoom a display image
the full four times its normal size.
Current zoom factor
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4. Use [] and [] to select the setting you
Resizing an Image
want, and then press [SET].
You can use the following procedure to change a snapshot
image to either SXGA size (1280 x 960 pixels) or VGA size
(640 x 480 pixels).
• VGA is the optimum image size for attachment to e-mail
messages or incorporation into Web pages.
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
To do this:
Select this:
Resize to 1280 x 960 pixels (SXGA)
1280 x 960
Resize to 640 x 480 pixels (VGA)
640 x 480
Cancel the resizing operation
Cancel
IMPORTANT!
2. Select the “PLAY”
• Resizing an image creates a new file that contains
the image in the size you select. The file with the
original image also remains in memory.
• Images smaller than 640 x 480 pixels cannot be
resized.
• Note that you can resize snapshots recorded with
this camera only.
• If the message “The function is not supported for this
file.” appears, it means that the current image cannot
be resized.
• The resize operation cannot be performed if there is
not enough memory to store the resized image.
tab, select “Resize”,
and then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to scroll through images and
display the one you want to resize.
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PLAYBACK
5. When the cropping
Cropping an Image
boundary is the size
you want, press [DISP]
to lock it.
Use the following procedure when you want to crop a
portion of an enlarged image and use the remaining part of
the image as an e-mail attachment, Web page image, etc.
• After pressing [DISP] to
lock the size of the
cropping boundary, you
can press [DISP] again to
unlock it. After that, you
can repeat steps 4 and 5
to change the cropping
boundary size.
1. In the PLAY mode, use [] and [] to scroll
through images and display the one you want
to crop.
2. Press [MENU].
3. Select the “PLAY”
6. Use [], [], [], and [] to move the
tab, select
“Trimming”, and then
press [].
cropping boundary up, down, left, or right
until the area of the image you want to extract
is within the boundary.
• This causes a cropping
boundary to appear.
7. Press [SET] to extract the part of the image
enclosed in the cropping boundary.
4. Use [] and [] to make the cropping
boundary smaller or larger.
• If you want to cancel the procedure at any point,
press [MENU].
• The size of the cropping boundary depends on the
size of the image on the display.
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IMPORTANT!
Playing a Movie
• Cropping an image creates a new file that contains
the cropped image. The file with the original image
also remains in memory.
• A Movie mode image cannot be cropped.
• An image recorded using another camera model
cannot be cropped.
• If the message “The function is not supported for this
file.” appears, it means that the current image cannot
be cropped.
• The cropping operation cannot be performed if there
is not enough memory to store the cropped image.
Use the following procedure to play back a movie that was
recorded in the movie mode.
1. In the PLAY mode,
press [] and [] to
scroll through images
until the movie you
want to play is
displayed.
2. Press [SET].
• This start playback of the movie.
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Movie icon
PLAYBACK
• You can perform the following operations while a
movie is playing.
To do this:
Do this:
Fast forward or fast reverse
the movie
Hold down [] or
[].
Pause and unpause movie
playback
Press [SET].
Skip forward or back one
frame while paused
Press [] or [].
Cancel playback
Press [MENU].
Displaying the Calendar Screen
Use the following procedure to display a 1-month calendar.
While the calendar is on the display, you can select a date,
which displays the first image recorded on that date. This
helps to make it easy to find the images you want.
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
2. Select the “PLAY” tab, select “Calendar”, and
then press [].
IMPORTANT!
3. Use [], [], [], and
• You cannot repeat play a movie. To play a movie
more than once, repeat the steps of the above
procedure.
• Note that this camera cannot play back a movie’s
audio. You need to transfer the movie file to a
computer (page 112) to hear the audio.
[] to move the date
selection cursor.
• Use the procedure
under “Changing the
Date Format” on page
102 to specify the date
format.
• The image displayed on
the calendar for each
date is the first image
that was recorded on
that date.
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Year/Month
Date selection cursor
PLAYBACK
• Pressing [] while the date selection cursor is
located anywhere in the top line of the calendar
causes the previous month to appear.
Playing a Slide Show
Slide Show automatically plays back images in sequence
at a fixed interval.
• Pressing [] while the date selection cursor is
located anywhere in the bottom line of the calendar
causes the next month to appear.
• To exit the calendar screen, press [MENU].
•
appears in place of the image when the date
contains data that cannot be displayed by this
camera.
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
4. To view the large version of a date’s image,
2. Select the “PLAY” tab, select “Slideshow”,
move the date selection cursor to the date
and then press [SET].
and then press [].
• This displays the first image that was recorded on
the selected date.
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3. Configure the slideshow settings.
IMPORTANT!
• Note that all buttons are disabled while an image
change is in progress. Wait until an image is stopped
on the monitor screen before performing a button
operation, or hold down the button until the image
stops.
• Images copied from another digital camera or a
computer may take longer time to appear than the
slideshow interval time you specify.
• See the pages indicated below for more information.
For information about
configuring this setting:
Go here:
Images
“To specify the slideshow
images” on page 79
Time
“To specify the slideshow
time” on page 80
Interval
“To set the slideshow
interval” on page 80
4. Use [] and [] to select “Start”, and then
press [SET].
• This starts the slide show.
5. To stop Slide Show, press any button.
• The slideshow will also stop automatically after the
amount of time you specified for “Time” elapses.
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■ Selecting a Particular Image for a Slideshow
To specify the slideshow images
When you select “One image” as the slideshow type, the
slide show displays only one image, without changing it.
Use this setting when you want a particular image to
remain on the display while the camera is on the USB
cradle (Photo Stand feature). Perform the following steps to
specify which image you want displayed.
1. Use [] and [] to select “Images”, and then
press [].
2. Use [] and [] to select the setting you
want, and then press [SET].
To do this:
Select this setting:
Include all images in file memory in the
slideshow
All images
Display a single image
One Image
Include all images in the FAVORITE
folder (page 93) in the slideshow
Favorites
1. Select “One image”, and then press [].
2. Use [] and [] to scroll through the images
until the one you want to use is on the
monitor screen.
3. Press [SET] to
3. Use [] and [] to select “Start”, and then
register your
selection and return
to the menu screen.
press [SET].
• This starts the slideshow.
• Pressing [MENU]
instead of [SET] returns
to the menu screen
without registering the
setting.
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To specify the slideshow time
To set the slideshow interval
1. Use [] and [] to select “Time”.
1. Use [] and [] to select “Interval”.
2. Use [] and [] to specify the time setting
2. Use [] and [] to specify the interval setting
you want, and then press [SET].
you want, and then press [SET].
• You can specify a time in the range of 1 to 60
minutes.
• You can specify “MAX”, or a value in the range of 1
to 30 seconds as the interval.
• In the case of a movie file, the movie is played from
beginning to end when the slideshow interval is a
value from 1 to 30. If “MAX” is specified as the
slideshow interval, only the first frame of the movie
file is displayed.
3. Use [] and [] to select “Start”, and then
press [SET].
• This starts the slideshow.
3. Use [] and [] to select “Start”, and then
press [SET].
• This starts the slideshow.
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IMPORTANT!
Using the Photo Stand Feature
• The battery is not charged while a Photo Stand
slideshow is in progress. To charge the battery, stop
the slideshow.
The “Photo Stand” feature lets you specify what should
appear on the camera’s monitor screen while the camera is
on its USB cradle. You can play a Phot Stand slideshow
without worrying about remaining battery power, or you can
specify display of a particular image.
1. Set the camera onto the USB cradle.
• Do not place the camera onto the USB cradle while it
is turned on.
2. Press the USB cradle’s
[PHOTO] button.
• This starts the Photo
Stand slideshow with the
images or image you
specified under “To
specify the slideshow
images” (page 79).
MENU
PLAY
REC
DISP
SET
PHOT
O
CHAR
GE
USB
[PHOTO]
• Pressing [MENU] displays a screen for configuring
slideshow settings. To restart the slideshow, press
[MENU] while the menu screen is displayed, or
select “Start” and then press [SET].
3. To stop the Phot Stand slideshow, press
[PHOTO] again.
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4. Use [] and [] to
Rotating the Display Image
select “Rotate”, and
then press [SET].
Use the following procedure to rotate the image 90 degrees
and register the rotation information along with the image.
After you do this, the image is always displayed in its
rotated orientation whenever it appears during a slideshow
(page 77) or on your computer screen. Note that the image
is rotated automatically during a slideshow only. Rotating
an image ensures that images you recorded with the
camera held sideways appear correctly during a slideshow.
• This rotates the image
90 degrees to the right.
5. After you are finished configuring settings,
press the [MENU] button to exit the setting
screen.
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
IMPORTANT!
2. Select the “PLAY” tab, select “Rotation”, and
• You cannot rotate an image that is protected. To
rotate such an image, first unprotect it.
then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to scroll through images until
the one you want to rotate is on the monitor
screen.
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DELETING FILES
DELETING FILES
You can delete a single file, or you can delete all files
currently in memory.
Deleting a Single File
Perform the following steps when you want to delete a
single file.
IMPORTANT!
• Note that file deletion cannot be undone. Once you
delete a file, it is gone. Make sure you really do not
need a file anymore before you delete it. Especially
when deleting all files, make sure you check all the
files you have stored before proceeding.
• A protected file cannot be deleted. To delete a
protected file, unprotect it first (page 86).
• Delete cannot be performed when all the files in
memory are protected (page 87).
1. In the PLAY mode,
press [] (
).
2. Use [] and [] to scroll through files and
display the one you want to delete.
3. Use [] and [] to select “Delete”.
• To exit the file delete operation without deleting
anything, select “Cancel”.
4. Press [SET] to delete the file.
• Repeat steps 2 through 4 to delete other files, if you
want.
5. Press [MENU] to exit the menu screen.
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DELETING FILES
IMPORTANT!
Deleting All Files
• If a file cannot be deleted for some reason, the
message “The function is not supported for this file.”
appears when you try to delete it.
The following procedure deletes all unprotected files
currently in memory.
1. In the PLAY mode, press [] ( ).
2. Use [] and [] to select “All Files Delete”,
and then press [SET].
3. Use [] and [] to select “Yes”.
• To exit the file delete operation without deleting
anything, select “No”.
4. Press [SET] to delete all the files.
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FILE MANAGEMENT
FILE MANAGEMENT
The file management capabilities of the camera make it
easy to keep track of images. You can protect files against
deletion, and even use its DPOF feature to specify images
for printing.
Each folder can hold files numbered up to 9,999.
Trying to store the 10,000th file in a folder causes the next
serially numbered folder to be created. Folder names are
generated as shown below.
Example: Name of the 26th file
Folders
CIMG0026.JPG
Your camera automatically creates a directory of image
storage folders in its built-in Flash memory or on the
memory card.
Extension
Serial number (4 digits)
Memory Folders and Files
• The actual number of files you will be able to store on a
memory card depends on the image quality settings,
capacity of the card, etc.
• For details about the directory structure, see “Memory
Directory Structure” on page 124.
An image you record is automatically stored in a folder,
whose name is a serial number. You can have up to 900
folders in memory at the same time. Folder names are
generated as shown below.
Example: Name of the 100th folder.
100CASIO
Serial number (3 digits)
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4. Use [] and [] to
Protecting Files
select “On”, and then
press [SET].
Once you protect a file it cannot be deleted (page 83). You
can protect files individually or you can protect all files in
memory with a single operation.
• A file that is protected is
indicated by the
mark.
To protect a single file
• To unprotect a file, select
“Off” in step 4, and then
press [SET].
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
5. Press [MENU] to exit the menu screen.
2. Select the “PLAY” tab,
select “Protect”, and
then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to scroll through files and
display the one you want to protect.
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To protect all files in memory
DPOF
The letters “DPOF” stand for “Digital Print
Order Format”, which is a format for
recording on a memory card or other medium
which digital camera images should be
printed and how many copies of the image
should be printed. Then you can print on a
DPOF-compatible printer or at a professional
print service in accordance with the file name
and number of copies settings recorded on
the card.
With this camera, you should always select images by
viewing them on the monitor screen. Do not specify images
by file name without viewing the file contents.
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
2. Select the “PLAY” tab, select “Protect”, and
then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to select “All Files : On”, and
then press [SET].
• To unprotect all files, press [SET] in step 3 so the
setting shows “All Files : Off”.
4. Press [MENU] to exit the menu screen.
■ DPOF Settings
File Name,
number of copies,
date
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5. Use [] and [] to specify the number of
To configure print settings for a single
image
copies.
• You can specify up to 99 for the number of copies.
Specify 00 if you do not want to have the image
printed.
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
2. Select the “PLAY” tab,
6. To turn on date stamping for the prints, press
select “DPOF”, and
then press [].
[DISP] so
12
1
is displayed.
• To turn off date stamping for the prints, press [DISP]
so
is not displayed.
12
1
• Repeat steps 4 through 6 if you want to configure
other images for printing.
3. Use [] and [] to select “Select images”,
7. After all the settings are the way you want,
and then press [].
press [SET] to apply them.
4. Use [] and [] to
display the image you
want.
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5. To turn on date stamping for the prints, press
To configure print settings for all images
[DISP] so
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
12
1
is displayed.
• To turn off date stamping for the prints, press [DISP]
so
is not displayed.
12
2. Select the “PLAY” tab, select “DPOF”, and
1
6. After all the settings are the way you want,
then press [].
press [SET] to apply them.
3. Use [] and [] to select “All images”, and
then press [].
4. Use [] and [] to
specify the number of
copies.
• You can specify up to 99
for the number of copies.
Specify 00 if you do not
want to have the image
printed.
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PRINT Image Matching II
Exif Print
Images include PRINT Image Matching
II data (mode setting and other camera
setup information). A printer that
supports PRINT Image Matching II
reads this data and adjusts the printed
image accordingly, so your images
come out just the way you intended
when you recorded them.
Exif Print is an
internationally supported,
open standard file format
that makes it possible to
capture and display vibrant
digital images with accurate
colors. With Exif 2.2, files
include a wide range of
shooting condition
information that can be
interpreted by an Exif Print
printer to produce betterlooking prints.
* Seiko Epson Corporation holds the
copyright for PRINT Image Matching and
PRINT Image Matching II.
IMPORTANT!
• Information about the availability of Exif Print
compatible printer models can be obtained from each
printer manufacturer.
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FILE MANAGEMENT
1. Use the DPOF procedure on page 87 to
Using USB DIRECT-PRINT
specify the images in file memory that you
want to print.
Your camera supports USB
DIRECT-PRINT, which was
developed by Seiko Epson
Corporation. When connected
directly to a printer that supports
USB DIRECT-PRINT, you can
select images to be printed and
start the print operation directly
from the camera.
DPOF settings (page 87) are used
to determine which images and how
many copies should be printed.
2. Connect the USB cradle to the printer.
USB
MENU
PLAY
REC
DISP
SET
PHOT
O
CHAR
GE
USB
• Also, connect the AC adaptor to the USB cradle and
plug the AC adaptor into an electrical outlet.
3. Set the camera on the USB cradle.
4. Turn on the printer.
5. Press the USB cradle
[USB] button.
• This displays the print
menu on the camera’s
monitor screen.
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6. Load paper for printing the images into the
IMPORTANT!
printer.
• Contact your printer manufacturer for information
about models that support USB DIRECT-PRINT,
upgrades, etc.
• Never disconnect the USB cable, or perform any
camera or USB cradle operation while printing is in
progress. Doing so causes a printer error.
• To interrupt an ongoing print operation, perform the
required operation on the printer.
7. Configure print quality, paper, and other
settings for your printer.
• See the user documentation that comes with your
printer for details about configuring its settings.
8. On the camera’s monitor screen, use [] and
[] to select “Print”, and then press [SET].
• This automatically starts printing of the images you
specified with the DPOF procedure.
• If you want to print the same batch of images again,
press the [USB] button on the USB cradle.
• A message appears on the monitor screen, followed
by the DPOF setting screen (page 87), if there are no
DPOF settings currently configured on the camera to
control the printing operation. If this happens,
configure the required DPOF settings and then
perform step 6 of the above procedure again.
• If you want to change the current DPOF settings,
select “DPOF” on the print menu to display the
DPOF setting screen (page 87).
9. After printing is complete, turn off the camera
and remove it from the USB cradle.
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FILE MANAGEMENT
3. Use [] and [] to
Using the FAVORITE Folder
select “Save”, and
then press [SET].
You can copy scenery shots, photos of your family, or other
special images from a file storage folder (page 124) to the
FAVORITE folder in built-in memory (page 124). Images in
the FAVORITE folder are not displayed during normal
playback, so it helps to keep your personal image private
as you carry them around. FAVORITE folder images are
not deleted when you change memory cards, so you can
always keep them on hand.
4. Use [] and [] to select the file you want to
To copy a file to the FAVORITE folder
5. Use [] and [] to select “Save”, and then
• This displays the names
of the files in built-in
memory or on the loaded
memory card.
copy to the FAVORITE folder.
press [SET].
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
• This copies the displayed file to the FAVORITE
folder.
2. Select the “PLAY” tab,
6. After copying all of the files you want, use []
select “Favorites”, and
then press [].
and [] to select “Cancel”, and then press
[SET] to exit.
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NOTES
To display a file in the FAVORITE folder
• Copying an image file with the above procedure
creates a 320 x 240-pixel QVGA-size image in the
FAVORITE folder.
• A file copied into the FAVORITE folder is
automatically assigned a file name that is a serial
number (0001 to 9999).
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
2. Select the “PLAY” tab, select “Favorites”, and
then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to select “Show”, and then
press [SET].
• If the FAVORITE folder is empty, the message “No
Favorites file!” appears.
4. Use [] (forward) and
File Name
[] (back) to scroll
through the files in the
FAVORITE folder.
5. After you are finished viewing files, press
[MENU] twice to exit.
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NOTE
To delete a file from the FAVORITE
folder
• Holding down [] or [] scrolls images at high
speed.
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
IMPORTANT!
2. Select the “PLAY” tab, select “Favorites”, and
• Note that a FAVORITE folder is created in the
camera’s built-in memory only. No FAVORITE folder
is created on a memory card when you use one. If
you want to view the contents of the FAVORITE
folder on your computer screen, you need to remove
the memory card from the camera (if you are using
one) before placing the camera onto the USB cradle
to start data communication (pages 112, 124).
then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to select “Delete”, and then
press [SET].
4. Use [] and [] to select the file you want to
delete from the FAVORITE folder.
5. Use [] and [] to select “Delete”, and then
press [SET].
• This deletes the file from the FAVORITE folder.
6. After deleting all of the files you want, use []
and [] to select “Cancel”, and then press
[SET] to exit.
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IMPORTANT!
• You cannot use the delete operations on page 83 to
delete images from the FAVORITE folder.
Performing the memory format operation (page 106),
however, does delete FAVORITE folder files.
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OTHER SETTINGS
OTHER SETTINGS
Turning the Key Tone On and Off
Specifying an Image for the Startup Screen
Use the following procedure to turn the tone that sounds
when you press a key on and off.
You can specify an image you recorded with the camera as
the startup screen image, which causes it to appear on the
monitor screen for about two seconds whenever you turn
on the camera in the REC mode.
1. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press
[MENU].
1. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press
2. Select the “Set Up” tab, select “Beep”, and
[MENU].
then press [].
2. Select the “Set Up” tab, select “Startup”, and
3. Use [] and [] to change the setting, and
then press [].
then press [SET].
3. Use [] and [] to display the image you want
To do this:
Select this setting:
Turn on the key tone
On
Turn off the key tone
Off
to use as the startup image.
4. Use [] and [] to change the setting, and
then press [SET].
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To do this:
Select this setting:
Use the currently displayed image
as the startup screen image
On
Disable the startup screen
Off
OTHER SETTINGS
IMPORTANT!
Specifying the File Name Serial Number
Generation Method
• You can select any one of the following types of
image as the startup image.
— The camera’s built-in startup image
— A snapshot you recorded with the camera
— A movie you recorded with the camera two
seconds or less in length and 200KB or less in
size
• The snapshot image or movie that you select as the
startup image is stored in a special memory location
called “startup image memory”. Only one image can
be stored in startup image memory at one time.
Selecting a new startup image overwrites anything
that is already stored in startup image memory.
Because of this, if you want to return to a previous
startup image, you need to have a separate copy of
that image in the camera’s standard image memory.
Note that you cannot delete an image from startup
image memory. You can only replace it with another
image.
Use the following procedure to specify the method for
generating the serial number used for file names (page 85).
1. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press
[MENU].
2. Select the “Set Up” tab, select “File No.”, and
then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to change the setting, and
then press [SET].
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OTHER SETTINGS
To do this for a newly saved file:
Select this setting:
Store the last file number used and
increment it, regardless of whether
files are deleted or whether the
memory card is replaced with a new
one
Continue
You can configure up to three alarms that cause the
camera to beep and display a specified image at the time
you specify.
Find the highest file number in the
current folder and increment it
Reset
To set an alarm
Using the Alarm
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
2. Select the “PLAY” tab, select “Alarm”, and
then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to select the alarm whose
setting you want to configure, and then press
[].
4. Use [] and [] to select the setting you want
to change, and then use [] and [] to
change the selected setting.
• You can set an alarm time and configure the alarm to
sound either once or at the same time everyday. You
can also turn the alarm on or off.
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OTHER SETTINGS
5. Press [DISP].
Stopping the Alarm
• You could press [SET] in place of [DISP] if you want
to configure the alarm without an image.
When an alarm time is reached while the camera is turned
off, the alarm will sound for about one minute (or until you
stop it), and then the camera will turn on. To stop the alarm
after it starts to sound, press any button. If the camera is
on the USB cradle when an alarm sounds, you can stop it
by pressing the USB cradle [USB] button or [PHOTO]
button, or any camera button.
6. Use [] and [] to select the scene you want
to appear at the alarm time, and then press
[SET].
7. After all the settings are the way you want,
press [SET].
IMPORTANT!
• You can configure up to three alarms, named “Alarm
1”, “Alarm 2”, and “Alarm 3”.
• Note that the alarm sounds only if the alarm time is
reached when any one of the following conditions
exists.
— While the camera is turned on
— While a USB data communication operation is in
progress
— While a Photo Stand operation is in progress
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OTHER SETTINGS
4. Use [] and [] to select “City”, and then
Setting the Clock
press [].
Use the procedures in this section to select a Home Time
Zone, and to change its date and time settings.
5. Use [], [], [], and [] to select the
geographical area that contains location you
want to select as your Home Time zone, and
then press [SET].
IMPORTANT!
• Make sure you select your Home Time zone (the
zone where you are currently located) before
changing the time and date settings. Otherwise, the
time and date setting will change automatically when
you select another time zone.
6. Use [] and [] to select the city you want,
and then press [SET].
To select your Home Time zone
7. After selecting the city you want, press [SET]
to register its zone as your Home Time zone.
1. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press
[MENU].
2. Select the “Set Up” tab, select “World Time”,
and then press [].
• This displays the current World Time zone.
3. Use [] and [] to select “Home”, and then
press [].
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OTHER SETTINGS
To set the current time and date
Changing the Date Format
1. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press
You can select from among three different formats for
display of the date.
[MENU].
1. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press
2. Select the “Set Up” tab, select “Adjust”, and
[MENU].
then press [].
2. Select the “Set Up” tab, select “Date Style”,
3. Set the current date and the time.
and then press [].
To do this:
Do this:
Change the setting at the current
cursor location
Press [] or [].
then press [SET].
Move the cursor between settings
Press [] or [].
Example: October 23, 2003
Toggle between 12-hour and 24hour timekeeping
Press [DISP].
3. Use [] and [] to change the setting, and
4. When all the settings are the way you want,
press [SET] to register them and exit the
setting screen.
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To display the date like this:
Select this format:
03/10/23
YY/MM/DD
23/10/03
DD/MM/YY
10/23/03
MM/DD/YY
OTHER SETTINGS
To configure World Time settings
Using World Time
You can use the World Time screen to view a time zone
that is different from the home time zone when you go on a
trip, etc. World Time can display the time in one of 162
cities in 32 time zones.
1. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press
[MENU].
2. Select the “Set Up” tab, select “World Time”,
and then press [].
To display the World Time screen
• This displays the current World Time zone.
1. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press
3. Use [] and [] to select “World”, and then
[MENU].
press [].
2. Select the “Set Up” tab, select “World Time”,
4. Use [] and [] to select “City”, and then
and then press [].
press [].
• This displays the current World Time zone.
5. Use [], [], [], and
3. Use [] and [] to select “World”.
To do this:
Select this:
Display the time in your home time zone
Home
Display the time in a different time zone
World
[] to select the
geographical area you
want, and then press
[SET].
4. Press [SET] to exit the setting screen.
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OTHER SETTINGS
6. Use [] and [] to
To configure summer time (DST)
settings
select the city you
want, and then press
[SET].
1. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press
• This displays the current
time in the city you
select.
[MENU].
2. Select the “Set Up” tab, select “World Time”,
and then press [].
7. When the setting is the way you want, press
• This displays the current World Time Settings.
[SET] to apply it and exit the setting screen.
3. Use [] and [] to select “World”, and then
press [].
• If you want to configure Home Time settings, select
“Home” instead.
4. Use [] and [] to select “DST”, and then
press [].
5. Use [] and [] to select the summer time
(DST) setting you want.
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To do this:
Select this:
Advance the current time setting by
one hour
On
Display the current time as-is
Off
OTHER SETTINGS
6. After the setting is the way you want, press
Changing the Display Language
[SET].
You can use the following procedure to select one of ten
languages as the display language.
• This displays the current time in accordance with
your setting.
7. Press [SET] again to exit the setting screen.
1. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press
[MENU].
2. Select the “Set Up” tab, select “Language”,
and then press [].
3. Use [], [], [], and [] to change the
setting, and then press [SET].
: Japanese
English
: English
Français : French
Deutsch
: German
Español
: Spanish
Italiano
: Italian
Português : Portuguese
: Chinese (Complex)
: Chinese (Simplified)
: Korean
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4. Use [] and [] to select “Format”, and then
Formatting Built-in Memory
press [SET].
Formatting built-in memory deletes any data stored in it.
• To exit the format operation without formatting,
select “Cancel”.
IMPORTANT!
• Note that data deleted by a format operation cannot
be recovered. Check to make sure you do not need
any of the data in memory before you format it.
• Formatting built-in memory deletes all files, including
files in the FAVORITE folder (page 93), protected
files (page 86), and Best Shot user setups (page 56).
• The startup screen image is not deleted by
formatting memory.
1. Check to make sure there is no memory card
loaded in the camera.
• If there is a memory card loaded in the camera,
remove it (page 108).
2. In the REC mode or the PLAY mode, press
[MENU].
3. Select the “Set Up” tab, select “Format”, and
then press [].
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USING A MEMORY CARD
You can expand the storage
capabilities of your camera by using
a commercially available memory
card (SD memory card or
MultiMedia Card). You can also
copy files from built-in flash
memory to a memory card and from
a memory card to flash memory.
IMPORTANT!
• Make sure you turn off the camera before inserting or
removing a memory card.
• Be sure to orient the card correctly when inserting it.
Never try to force a memory card into the slot when
you feel resistance.
• See the instructions that come with the memory card
for information about how to use it.
• Certain types of cards can slow down processing
speeds.
• SD memory cards have a write protect switch, which
you can use to protect against accidental deletion of
image data. Note, however, if you write protect an
SD memory card, you must remove write protection
whenever you want to record to it, format it, or delete
any of its files.
• Normally, files are stored in built-in flash memory. When
you insert a memory card, however, the camera
automatically stores files to the card.
• Note that you cannot save files to built-in memory while a
memory card is installed in the camera.
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IMPORTANT!
Using a Memory Card
• Never insert any other object besides a memory card
into the camera’s card slot. Doing so creates the risk
of damage to the camera and card.
• If you are not using a memory card, be sure to insert
the dummy card into this slot to protect against dust
and damage.
• The dummy card is intended for use with this camera
only. Never insert it into the card slot of any other
type of device.
• Should water or any foreign object ever get into the
card slot, immediately turn off the camera, remove
the battery, and contact your dealer or nearest
CASIO authorized service center.
• Never remove a card from the camera while the
operation/flash charge lamp is flashing. Doing so can
cause the file save operation to fail, and even
damage the memory card.
To insert a memory card into the camera
1. Making sure that the
contacts of the memory
card are facing towards
the top of the camera,
carefully insert the card
into the slot as far as it
will go.
Contacts
To remove a memory card from the
camera
1. Press the memory card
into the camera and then
release it. This will cause
the card to come part way
out of the camera.
2. Pull the memory card out
of the slot.
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Formatting a Memory Card
1. Load the memory card into the camera.
Formatting a memory card deletes any data already stored
on it.
2. Turn on the camera. Next, enter the REC
mode or PLAY mode and press [MENU].
IMPORTANT!
3. Select the “Set Up” tab, select “Format”, and
• Be sure to use the camera to format a memory card.
Formatting a memory card on a computer and then
using it in the camera can slow down data
processing by the camera. In the case of an SD card,
formatting on a computer can result in nonconformity with the SD format, causing problems with
compatibility, operation, etc.
• Note that data deleted by a memory card format
operation cannot be recovered. Check to make sure
you do not need any of the data on the memory card
before you format it.
• Formatting a memory card that contains files deletes
all the files, even those that are protected (page 86).
then press [].
4. Use [] and [] to select “Format”, and then
press [SET].
• To exit the format operation without formatting,
select “Cancel”.
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Memory Card Precautions
Copying Files
• Use only an SD memory card or a MultiMediaCard with
this camera. Proper operation is not guaranteed when
any other type of card is used.
• Electrostatic charge, electrical noise, and other
phenomena can cause data to become corrupted or even
lost. Always make sure that you always back up important
data on other media (MO disc, computer hard disk, etc.)
• If a memory card starts to behave abnormally, you can
restore normal operation by reformatting it. However, we
recommend that you always take along more than one
memory card whenever using the camera far away from
the home or office.
• We recommend that you format a memory card before
using it for the first time after purchasing it, or whenever
the card you are using seems to be the cause of
abnormal images.
• Before starting a format operation, check to make sure
that the battery is fully charged. Power interruption during
the format operation can result in improper formatting,
and even damage the memory card and make it
unusable.
Use the procedures below to copy files between built-in
memory and a memory card.
IMPORTANT!
• Only snapshot and movie files recorded with this
camera can be copied. Other files cannot be copied.
To copy all the files in built-in memory to
a memory card
1. Load the memory card into the camera.
2. Turn on the camera. Next, enter the PLAY
mode and press [MENU].
3. Select the “PLAY” tab,
select “Copy”, and
then press [].
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4. Use [] and [] to select “Built-in
4. Use [] and [] to select “Copy”, and then
Card”,
and then press [SET].
press [SET].
• This starts the copy operation and displays the
message “Busy... Please wait..”.
• This starts the copy operation and displays the
message “Busy... Please wait..”.
• After the copy operation is complete, the monitor
screen shows the last file in the folder.
• The file reappears on the monitor screen after the
copy operation is complete.
• Repeat steps 3 through 4 to copy other images, if
you want.
To copy a file from a memory card to
built-in memory
5. Press [MENU] to exit the copy operation.
With this procedure you can copy one file at a time.
NOTE
• Files are copied to the folder in built-in memory
whose name has the largest number.
1. Perform steps 1 through 3 of the procedure
under “To copy all the files in built-in memory
to a memory card”.
2. Use [] and [] to select “Card
Built-in”,
and then press [SET].
3. Use [] and [] to select the file you want to
copy.
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VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER
After using the USB cradle to establish a USB connection
between the camera and your computer, you can use your
computer to view images in file memory and copy images
to your computer’s hard disk or other storage media. In
order to do this, you first need to install the USB driver
located on the CD-ROM that comes bundled with the
camera onto your computer.
Note that the procedure you need to perform depends on
whether you are using computer running under Windows
(see below) or a Macintosh (see page 117).
Using the Camera with a Windows
Computer
The following are the general steps for viewing and copying
files from a computer running under Windows. You can find
details about each operation in the procedures that follow
below. Note that you should also refer to the
documentation that comes with your computer for other
information about USB connections, etc.
1. If you are running Windows 98, Me, or 2000, install
the USB driver onto your computer.
• You need to perform this step only once, the first
time you connect to your computer.
• If you are running Windows XP, you do not need to
install the USB driver.
2. Use the USB cradle to establish a connection between
the camera and computer.
3. View and copy the images you want.
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3. On the menu screen
IMPORTANT!
that appears, click the
language button in the
upper left corner of the
display, and then
select a language from
the list that appears.
• Do not try to establish a connection between the
camera and computer before installing the USB
driver onto the computer.
• If you want to transfer files from the camera’s built-in
memory to a computer, make sure there is no
memory card loaded in the camera before you place
it onto the USB cradle.
4. Click [USB driver] and then [Install].
1. What you should do first depends on whether
• This starts installation.
your computer is running under Windows 98/
Me/2000 or Windows XP.
• The following steps show installation under the
English version of Windows.
■ Windows 98/Me/2000 Users
5. On the screen that appears after installation
is complete, select the “Yes, I want to restart
my computer now.” check box and then click
[Finish] to restart your computer.
• Start from step 2 to install the USB driver.
• Note that the example installation presented here
uses Windows 98.
■ Windows XP Users
• Installation of the USB driver is not required, so jump
directly to step 6.
2. Set the bundled CD-ROM into the CD-ROM
drive of your computer.
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6. Connect the bundled AC adaptor to the [DC IN
7. Connect the USB cable that comes bundled
5.3V] connector of the USB cradle, and then
plug it in to a household power outlet.
with the camera to the USB cradle and your
computer’s USB port.
• Note that the shape of the AC adaptor depends on
the area where you purchased the camera.
USB port
USB cable
(bundled)
Connector B
Connector A
[USB]
• Take care when connecting the USB cable to the
USB cradle or your computer. USB ports and cable
plugs are shaped for proper positioning.
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• Plug the USB cable plugs into the ports securely, as
far as they will go. Proper operation is not possible if
connections are not correct.
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8. After making sure the camera is turned off,
9. Press the USB cradle’s [USB] button.
place the camera onto the USB cradle.
• This will cause the “Add New Hardware...” dialog box
to appear on the computer screen as the computer
automatically detects the camera’s file memory. After
you install the USB driver, “Add New Hardware...”
dialog box will no longer appear when you perform
the above steps to establish a USB connection.
• Do not place the camera onto the USB cradle while it
is turned on.
• Pressing the [USB] button enters the USB mode,
which causes the USB cradle’s [USB] lamp to light
green (page 146).
MENU
PLAY
REC
DISP
SET
• At this point, some operating systems will display a
“Removable Disk” dialog box. If your operating
system does, close the dialog box.
PHOT
O
CHAR
GE
USB
MENU
PLAY
REC
DISP
SET
PHOT
O
CHAR
GE
USB
[USB] button
[USB] lamp
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10. On your computer, double-click “My
16. Depending on the version of Windows you are
Computer”.
running, use one of the following procedures
to terminate the USB connection.
11. Double-click “Removable Disk”.
■ WindowsMe/98 Users
• Your computer sees the camera’s file memory as a
removable disk.
12. Double-click the “Dcim” folder.
• After pressing the USB cradle [USB] button and
making sure that the [USB] lamp is not lit, remove
the camera from the USB cradle.
13. Double-click the folder that contains the
■ Windows2000/XP Users
• Click card services in the task tray on your computer
screen, and disable the drive number assigned to the
camera. After pressing the USB cradle [USB] button
and making sure that the [USB] lamp is not lit,
remove the camera from the USB cradle.
image you want.
14. Double-click the file that contains the image
you want to view.
• For information about file names, see “Memory
Directory Structure” on page 124.
15. To copy all the files in file memory to your
computer’s hard disk, drag the “Dcim” folder
from “Removable Disk” to the “My
Documents” folder on your computer.
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USB Connection Precautions
Using the Camera with a Macintosh
Computer
• Be sure to read the documentation that comes with your
computer for other important information about USB
connections.
• Be sure to connect the AC adaptor to the USB cradle to
supply power to the camera.
• USB data communication is performed regardless of the
current setting of the camera’s mode selector.
• Do not leave the same image displayed on your computer
screen for a long time. Doing so can cause the image to
“burn in” on the screen.
• Never disconnect the USB cable, or perform any camera
or USB cradle operation while data communication is in
progress. Doing so can cause data to become corrupted.
The following are the general steps for viewing and copying
files from a Macintosh.
You can find details about each operation in the
procedures that follow below. Note that you should also
refer to the documentation that comes with your Macintosh
for other information about USB connections, etc.
IMPORTANT!
• This camera does not support operation with a
computer running Mac OS 8.5.1 or lower, or Mac OS X
10.0.
1. If your operating system is anything other than
Mac OS 9 or Mac OS X, install the USB driver onto
your Macintosh.
• You need to perform this step only once, the first
time you connect to your computer. If you are
running Mac OS 9 or Mac OS X, you do not need to
install the USB driver.
2. Use the USB cradle to establish a connection between
the camera and your Macintosh.
3. View and copy the images you want.
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1. What you should do first depends on whether
IMPORTANT!
your Macintosh is running under Mac OS 8.6
or Mac OS 9/OS X.
• If you want to transfer files from the camera’s built-in
memory to a computer, make sure there is no
memory card loaded in the camera before you place
it onto the USB cradle.
■ Mac OS 8.6 Users
• Start from step 2 to install the USB driver.
• Note that the example installation presented here
uses Mac OS 8.6.
■ Mac OS 9/OS X Users
• Installation of the USB driver is not required, so jump
directly to step 9.
• The following steps show installation under the
English OS.
2. Set the bundled CD-ROM into the Macintosh
CD-ROM drive.
3. Double-click the hard disk that is specified as
your startup disk.
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4. On the “Hard Disk” window that opens,
9. Connect the bundled AC adaptor to the [DC IN
double-click the “System Folder” to open it.
5.3V] connector of the USB cradle, and then
plug it in to a household power outlet.
5. On the “System Folder” window, double-click
• Note that the shape of the AC adaptor depends on
the area where you purchased the camera.
the “Extensions” folder to open it.
6. Double-click the “CASIO” folder and then the
“ENGLISH” folder. Next, double-click the CDROM’s “USB Driver” folder to open it.
7. On the “USB Driver” window that opens, drag
the “CASIO - USB StorageDriver” file and
“CASIO-USB StorageClassShim” file to the
“Extensions” folder window you opened
above.
8. This completes USB driver installation. After
checking the “Extensions” folder to make
sure that it contains the “CASIO-USB
StorageDriver” and “CASIO-USB
StorageClassShim” files, restart your
Macintosh.
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10. Connect the USB cable that comes bundled
11. After making sure the camera is turned off,
with the camera to the USB cradle and your
computer’s USB port.
USB port
USB cable
(bundled)
place the camera onto the USB cradle.
• Do not place the camera onto the USB cradle while it
is turned on.
Connector B
MENU
PLAY
REC
DISP
Connector A
SET
PHOT
O
[USB]
CHAR
GE
USB
[USB] button
[USB] lamp
• Take care when connecting the USB cable to the
USB cradle or your computer. USB ports and cable
plugs are shaped for proper positioning.
• Plug the USB cable plugs into the ports securely, as
far as they will go. Proper operation is not possible if
connections are not correct.
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12. Press the USB cradle’s [USB] button.
16. To copy all the files in file memory to your
Macintosh hard disk, drag the “DCIM” folder
to the folder to which you want to copy it.
• Pressing the [USB] button enters the USB mode,
which causes the USB cradle’s [USB] lamp to light
green (page 146).
17. To terminate the USB connection, drag the
13. Your Macintosh will see the camera’s file
drive icon that represents the camera to
Trash. After pressing the USB cradle [USB]
button and making sure that the [USB] lamp is
not lit, remove the camera from the USB
cradle.
memory as a drive.
• The appearance of the drive icon depends on the
Mac OS version you are using.
• After installing the USB driver, your Macintosh will
see the camera’s file memory as a drive whenever
you establish a USB connection between them.
14. Double-click the drive icon for the camera’s
file memory, the “DCIM” folder, and then the
folder that contains the image you want.
15. Double-click the file that contains the image
you want to view.
• For information about file names, see “Memory
Directory Structure” on page 124.
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USB Connection Precautions
Operations You Can Perform from Your
Computer
• Be sure to read the documentation that comes with your
computer for other important information about USB
connections.
• Be sure to connect the AC adaptor to the USB cradle to
supply power to the camera.
• USB data communication is performed regardless of the
current setting of the camera’s mode selector.
• Do not leave the same image displayed on your computer
screen for a long time. Doing so can cause the image to
“burn in” on the screen.
• Never disconnect the USB cable, or perform any camera
or USB cradle operation while data communication is in
progress. Doing so can cause data to become corrupted.
The following are the operations you can perform while
there is a USB connection between your camera and
computer. See the referenced pages for more information
about each operation.
• View images in album format
.... See “Using the Album Feature” on page 127.
• Print images in album format
.... See “Using the Album Feature” on page 127.
• Automatically transfer images to your computer and
manage images
.... See “Installing the Software from the CD-ROM” on
page 134 for information about installing
Photo Loader.
• Retouch images
.... See “Installing the Software from the CD-ROM” on
page 134 for information about installing Photohands.
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Using a Commercially Available SD Memory Card
Reader/Writer
See the user documentation that comes with the SD
memory card reader/writer for details about how to use it.
Using a Memory Card to Transfer Images
to a Computer
The procedures in this section describe how to transfer
images from the camera to your computer using a memory
card.
Using a Computer with a Built-in SD Memory Card Slot
Insert the SD memory card directly into the slot.
Using a Computer with a Built-in PC Card Slot
Use a commercially available PC card adapter (for an SD
memory card/MMC). For full details, see the user
documentation that comes with the PC card adapter and
your computer.
Using a Commercially Available PC Card Reader/Writer
and PC Card Adapter (for SD Memory Cards and
MMCs)
See the user documentation that comes with the PC card
reader/writer and PC card adapter (for an SD memory card/
MMC) for details about how to use them.
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Memory Directory Structure
Memory Data
Images recorded with this camera and other data are
stored in memory using DCF (Design rule for Camera File
System) protocol. DCF protocol is designed to make it
easier to exchange image and other data between digital
cameras and other devices.
■ Directory Structure
<¥DCIM¥>
(DCIM Folder)
100CASIO
CIMG0001.JPG
CIMG0002.AVI
(Storage folder)
(Image file)
(Movie file)
...
DCF Protocol
101CASIO
102CASIO
(Storage folder)
(Storage folder)
...
DCF devices (digital cameras, printers, etc.) can exchange
images with each other. DCF protocol defines camera
format for image file data and the directory structure for file
memory, so images can be viewed using another
manufacturer’s DCF camera or printed on a DCF printer.
ALBUM
INDEX.HTM
(Album folder)
(Album HTML file)
...
<¥FAVORITE¥>*
CIMG0001.JPG
CIMG0002.JPG
(FAVORITE folder)
(Storage file)
(Storage file)
...
<¥MISC¥>
(DPOF file folder)
AUTPRINT.MRK
<¥SCENE¥>*
(DPOF file)
(Best Shot folder)
UEXS3001.JPE
UEXS3002.JPE
(User setup file)
(User setup file)
...
* These folders are created in built-in memory only.
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■ Folder and File Contents
Image Files Supported by the Camera
• DCIM folder
Folder that stores all of the digital camera files
• Image files recorded with the CASIO EX-S3 Digital
Camera
• DCF protocol image files
• Storage folder
Folder for storing files created by the digital camera
Certain DCF functions may not be supported. When
displaying an image recorded on another camera model, it
may take a long time for the image to appear on the
display.
• Image file
File that contains an image recorded with the digital
camera (File Name Extension: JPG)
• Movie file
File that contains a movie recorded with the digital
camera (File Name Extension: AVI)
• Album folder
Folder that contains files used by the album function
• Album HTML file
File used by the album function
(File Name Extension: HTM)
• FAVORITE folder (Built-in memory only)
Folder that contains Favorites image files
(Image Size: 320 x 240 pixels)
• DPOF file folder
Folder that contains DPOF files
• Best Shot folder (Built-in memory only)
Folder that contains Best Shot user setup files.
• User setup files (Built-in memory only)
Files that contain Best Shot user setups
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Built-in Memory and Memory Card
Precautions
• Note that the folder named “DCIM” is the parent (top)
folder of all the files in memory. When transferring
memory contents to a hard disk, CD-R, MO disk, or other
external storage, treat all the contents inside a DCIM
folder as a set and always keep them together. You can
change the name of the DCIM folder on your computer.
Changing the name to a date is a good way to keep track
of multiple DCIM folders. However, if you even want to
copy the folders back to the camera’s file memory, be
sure you change the name of the DCIM folder back to
“DCIM” first. The camera does not recognize any folder
name other than DCIM.
• We also strongly recommend that after transferring data
from file memory to other external storage that you
reformat the camera’s file memory and delete its contents
before using it to store more files. Remember that
formatting memory deletes all of its contents. Check to
make sure that you no longer need any of the files in
memory before you format it.
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The album feature of the camera creates files that make it
possible for you to view images on your computer in a
photo album layout. You can also use the applications
contained on the CD-ROM that comes bundled with the
camera to automate image transfer and to retouch images.
• You can use the Web browser shown below to view or
print the contents of an album. Note that to view a movie
on a computer running Windows 2000 or 98, you need to
install DirectX.
Microsoft Internet Explorer Ver 5.5 or later
Using the Album Feature
Creating an album
The album feature creates an HTML photo album layout
that displays your images. You can use the HTML layout to
post your images on a Web page, or for printing the
images.
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
2. Select the “PLAY” tab,
select “Create Album”,
and then press [].
Sample layout
Album
3. Use [] and [] to select “Create”, and then
press [SET].
• This starts creation of the album, and causes the
message “Busy.... Please wait..”. to appear on the
monitor screen.
Index
Info
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• The PLAY mode screen reappears after creation of
the album is complete.
Selecting an Album Layout
You can select from among 10 different display layouts for
an album.
• Creating an album causes a file folder named
“ALBUM”, which contains a file named “INDEX.HTM”
plus other files to be created in camera memory or
on the memory card.
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
2. Select the “PLAY” tab, select “Create Album”,
IMPORTANT!
and then press [].
• Never open the battery cover or remove the memory
card from the camera while an album is being
created. Doing so not only runs the risk of certain
album files being skipped, it can also result in image
data and other data in memory being corrupted.
• If memory becomes full while an album is being
created, the message “Memory Full” appears on the
monitor screen and album creation is terminated.
• Album creation will not be performed properly if the
battery goes dead while album creation is in
progress.
• You can also configure the camera to create albums
automatically (page 130). However, performing the
above procedure creates an album regardless of
whether automatic album creation is turned on or off.
3. Use [] and [] to select “Layout”.
4. Use [] and [] to select the layout you want.
• Changing the layout causes the layout sample on the
right side of the screen to change.
IMPORTANT!
• The sample layout shows the arrangement of items
and the background color. It does not show whether
the layout uses a list view or detailed view, or the
current Image Type setting.
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Configuring Detailed Album Settings
■ Background Color
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU].
You can specify white, black, or gray as the color of the
album background using the procedure under “Configuring
Detailed Album Settings”.
2. Select the “PLAY” tab, select “Create Album”,
and then press [].
■ Album Type
3. Use [] and [] to select “Set Up”, and then
There are two album types: Normal and Index/Info.
press [].
Normal Type
: This type of album displays images in
accordance with the currently selected
layout.
Index/Info Type : In addition to the normal album screen,
this type of album also includes
thumbnails of images and detailed
information about each image.
4. Use [] and [] to
select the item whose
setting you want to
change, and then press
[].
• Details about each of the
settings are provided in
the following sections.
5. Use [] and [] to change the setting, and
then press [SET].
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■ Image Use
■ Auto Album Creation On/Off
This setting lets you select from among three different
image uses, as described below. Select the image use that
best suits the way you plan to use the image.
This setting controls whether an album is created
automatically whenever you turn off the camera.
For this purpose:
Select this
setting:
Smaller images for album browsing, Website
thumbnails, or archiving on a CD-R or other
media, with the full-size image displayed
when a thumbnail is clicked
• This setting can be used for browsing with
the thumbnails. Clicking a thumbnail
displays a larger version for viewing or
printing.
View
Small image files only for album browsing, or
uploading to a Website, etc.
• This option displays only the small-file
images (located in the camera’s “ALBUM”
folder). Smaller files upload to the Internet
faster.
• You cannot enlarge images by clicking a
thumbnail or play movies while this image is
selected.
WEB
Printing (high resolution)
• High-resolution images take longer to
display on your computer screen.
• You cannot enlarge images by clicking a
thumbnail or play movies while this image is
selected.
Print
To do this:
Select this option:
Turn on auto album creation
On
Turn off auto album creation
Off
• When auto album creation is turned on, an album is
created automatically in built-in memory or on the
memory card whenever you turn off the camera.
IMPORTANT!
• When you turn off the camera while auto album
creation is turned on, the monitor screen turns off,
but the operation/flash charge lamp continues to
flash for a few seconds to indicate that the album
creation process is being performed. Never open the
battery cover or remove the memory card while the
operation/flash charge lamp is flashing green.
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NOTE
Viewing Album Files
• Depending on the number of images in memory, it
can take quite a bit of time to complete auto album
creation when you turn off the camera. If you do not
plan to use the album feature, we suggest that you
keep auto album creation turned off, which shortens
the amount of time the camera takes to power down
completely.
You can view and print album files using your computer’s
Web browser application.
1. Use your computer to access the data in builtin memory or on the memory card, or access
a memory card with your computer (pages
112 and 123).
2. Open the built-in memory “ALBUM” folder or
the memory card “ALBUM” folder, which is
located inside the folder named “DCIM”.
3. Use your computer’s
Index/Info Album Type
Web browser to open
the file named
“INDEX.HTM”.
• This displays a list of
folders in built-in memory
or on the memory card.
Image
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4. If you created the album after selecting
“Normal” type or “Index/Info” as the album
type under “Configuring Detailed Album
Settings” on page 129, you can click one of
the following display options.
Album : Displays an album created by the camera.
Index : Displays a list of images stored in a folder.
Info
: Displays information about each image.
Index
• If “View” is selected for “Use” (page 130), you can
double-click an image on your computer screen to
display the full-size version.
Info
Album
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• The following describes the information that appears
on the Info Screen.
This Info Screen item:
File Size
Resolution
Quality
Drive mode
AE
Light metering
Shutter speed
Aperture stop
Exposure comp
Focusing mode
Flash mode
Sharpness
Contrast
White balance
Sensitivity
Filter
Flash intensity
Digital zoom
World
Date
Model
NOTES
• When printing an album page, you should set up
your Web browser as described below.
— Select the browser frame where the images are
located.
— Set margins to the lowest possible values.
— Set the background color to a printable color.
• See the user documentation that came with your
Web browser application for details about printing
and configuring settings for printing.
Shows this:
Image file size
Resolution
Quality
Drive mode
Exposure mode
Metering mode
Shutter speed
Aperture stop
EV shift
Focusing mode
Flash mode
Sharpness
Contrast
White balance
Sensitivity
Filter setting
Flash intensity
Digital zoom setting
Location
Recording date and time
Camera model name
5. After you are finished viewing the album, exit
your Web browser application.
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Saving an Album
Installing the Software from the CD-ROM
• To save an album, copy the “DCIM” folder from camera
memory or the memory card to your computer’s hard disk,
a CD-R, an MO disk, or some other storage medium.
Note that copying only the “ALBUM” folder, does not copy
image data and other necessary files.
• After copying the “DCIM” folder, do not change or delete
any of the files inside of it. Adding new images or deleting
existing images may lead to abnormal album display.
• If you plan to use a memory card again after saving its
album, first delete all of its files or format it before loading
it into the camera.
• When you have “WEB” selected for the “Use” setting, the
album shows only the smaller image files stored in the
“ALBUM” folder. Such images can be uploaded to the
Internet more quickly.
About the bundled CD-ROM
The CD-ROM that comes bundled with the camera
contains the applications described below. Installation of
these applications is optional, and you should install only
the ones you want to use.
USB Driver for Mass Storage (for Windows/Macintosh)
This is the software that makes it possible for the camera
to “talk” to your personal computer over a USB connection.
If you are using Windows XP, Mac OS 9, or Mac OS X, do
not install the USB driver from the CD-ROM. With these
operating systems, you will be able to perform USB
communication simply by connecting the camera to your
computer with the USB cable.
Photo Loader (for Windows/Macintosh)
This application loads image data saved in JPEG and AVI
format from a digital camera to your computer.
Photohands (for Windows)
This application is for retouching and printing image files.
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Internet Explorer (for Macintosh)
This is a browser application for reading HTML files.
Images loaded by Photo Loader are stored in folders called
“Libraries”. Internet Explorer displays the contents of a
library on your computer screen.
Computer System Requirements
Computer system requirements depend on each of the
applications, as described below.
Windows
DirectX (for Windows)
This software provides an extended tool set including a
codec that allows Windows 98 and 2000 to handle movie
files recorded using a digital camera. You do not need to
install DirectX if you are running Windows XP or Me.
See the “Readme” file on the bundled CD-ROM.
Macintosh
See the “readme” file on the bundled CD-ROM.
Acrobat Reader (for Windows/Macintosh)
This is an application that lets you read PDF files. Use it to
read the user documentation for the camera, Photo Loader,
and Photohands, all of which is included on the bundled
CD-ROM.
NOTE
• See the user documentation files (PDF) on the
bundled CD-ROM for details about using Photo
Loader and Photohands. See “Viewing User
Documentation (PDF files)” on page 138 (Windows)
and page 140 (Macintosh) of this manual for more
information.
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Getting Started
Installing Software from the CD-ROM in
Windows
Start up your computer and
insert the CD-ROM into its
CD-ROM drive. This will
automatically launch the menu
application, which displays a
menu screen on your
computer.
Use the procedures in this section to install the software
from the bundled CD-ROM to your computer.
NOTE
• If you already have one of the bundled applications
installed on your computer, check its version. If the
bundled version is newer than the one you have, you
should install the newer version.
• The menu application may not start up automatically on
some computers. If this happens, navigate to the CDROM and double-click “menu.exe” to launch the menu
application.
The CD-ROM includes the software and user
documentation for various languages. Check the CD-ROM
menu screen to see if applications and user documentation
are available for a particular language.
Selecting a Language
First select a language. Note that some software is not
available in all languages.
1. On the menu screen, click the tab for the
language you want.
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Viewing the Contents of the “Read me”
File
Installing an Application
1. Click “Install” for the application you want to
You should always read the “Read me” file for any
application before installing it. The “Read me” file contains
information you need to know when installing the
application.
install.
2. Follow the instructions that appear on your
computer screen.
1. Click the “Read me” button for the application
IMPORTANT!
you are going to install.
• Be sure to follow the instructions carefully and
completely. If you make a mistake when installing
Photo Loader, you may not be able to browse your
existing library information and HTML files that are
created automatically by Photo Loader. In some
cases, image files may be lost.
• When using an operating system other than
Windows XP, never connect the camera to your
computer without installing the USB driver from the
CD-ROM first.
IMPORTANT!
• Before upgrading or reinstalling Photo Loader, or
before installing it onto another computer, be sure to
read the “Read me” file for information about
retaining existing libraries.
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Viewing User Documentation (PDF Files)
User Registration
1. In the “Manual” area, click the name of the
manual you want to read.
You can perform user registration over the Internet. To do
so, of course, you need to be able to connect to the
Internet with your computer.
IMPORTANT!
1. Click the “Register” button.
• You need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed
on your computer to read user documentation files. If
you do not already have Adobe Acrobat Reader
installed, you can install it from the bundled CDROM.
• This starts up your Web browser and accesses the
user registration website. Follow the instructions that
appear on your computer screen to register.
2. After registering, terminate your connection
to the Internet.
Exiting the Menu Application
1. On the menu screen, click “Exit” to exit the
menu.
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■ To install Internet Explorer and Outlook
Express
Installing Software from the CD-ROM on a
Macintosh
The CD-ROM contains applications and user
documentation in various languages in folders named for
each language: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian,
Dutch, and Chinese. Check the CD-ROM folders to find out
if applications and user documentation are available in a
particular language.
File names include one of the following codes that indicate
the language of the data contained in the file as shown
below.
English: e, French: f, German: g, Spanish: sp, Italian: i,
Dutch: du, Chinese: ct
If your language is not included in the above, use the
contents of the “English” folder.
1. Open the file named “Internet Explorer”.
2. Open the folder for the language version you
want to install, and then open the file named
“readme_casio” file.
3. Follow the instructions in the read me file to
install Internet Explorer and Outlook Express.
■ To install Photo Loader
1. Open the folder named “Photo Loader”.
2. Open the folder named “English”, and then
Installing Software
open the file named “Important”.
Use the following procedures to install the software. We
recommend that you install Internet Explorer and Outlook
Express first before installing Photo Loader and Acrobat
Reader.
3. Open the folder named “Installer”, and then
open the file named “readme”.
4. Follow the instructions in the “readme” file to
install Photo Loader.
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IMPORTANT!
Viewing User Documentation (PDF Files)
• If you are upgrading to the new version of Photo
Loader from a previous version and you want to use
library management data and HTML files created
using the old version of Photo Loader, be sure to
read the “Important” file in the “Photo Loader” folder.
Follow the instructions in the file to use your existing
library management files. Failure to follow this
procedure correctly can result in loss or corruption of
your existing files.
To perform the following procedures, you must have
Acrobat Reader installed on your Macintosh.
1. On the bundled CD-ROM, open the folder
named “Acrobat Reader”.
2. Open the folder for the language whose
version of Acrobat Reader you want to install,
and then open the file named
“readme_casio”.
■ To install Acrobat Reader
3. Follow the instructions in the read me file to
1. On the bundled CD-ROM, open the folder
install Acrobat Reader.
named “Acrobat Reader”.
2. Open the folder for the language whose
version of Acrobat Reader you want to install,
and then open the file named
“readme_casio”.
• Follow the instructions in the read me file to install
Acrobat Reader.
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■ To view the camera user’s guide
■ To register as a user
1. On the CD-ROM, open the “Manual” folder.
Internet registration only is supported. Visit the following
CASIO website to register:
http://world.casio.com/qv/register/
2. Open the “Digital Camera” folder, and then
open the folder for the language whose user’s
guide you want to view.
3. Open the file named “camera_xx.pdf”.
4. “xx” is the language code (English: e, French:
f, German: g, Spanish: sp, Italian: i, Dutch: du,
Chinese: ct).
■ To read the Photo Loader user’s guide
1. On the CD-ROM, open the “Manual” folder.
2. Open the “Photo Loader” folder and then
open the “English” folder.
3. Open “PhotoLoader_english”.
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APPENDIX
Menu Reference
The following shows lists of menus that appear in the REC
mode and PLAY mode, and their settings.
• The settings that are underlined in the following table are
initial defaults.
L/R Key
REC Mode / Flash / EV shift / White Balance
/ ISO / Off
U/D Key
REC Mode / Digital Zoom / Flash / White
Balance / Self-timer / Off
● Memory tab menu
■ REC mode
● REC tab menu
REC Mode
(Snapshot) /
(Best Shot) /
Flash
(Movie)
Auto /
(Flash Off) /
(Red-eye reduction)
Self-timer
Size
10 sec / 2 sec / X3 / Off
2048 x 1536 / 1600 x 1200 / 1280 x 960 /
Quality
640 x 480
Fine / Normal / Economy
(Flash On) /
EV Shift
–2.0 / –1.7 / –1.3 / –1.0 / –0.7 / –0.3 / 0.0 /
+0.3 / +0.7 / +1.0 / +1.3 / +1.7 / +2.0
White Balance
Auto /
(Sunlight) /
(Shade) /
(Light Bulb) /
(Fluorescent) / Manual
ISO
Digital Zoom
Auto / ISO 80 / ISO 160 / ISO 320 / ISO 640
On / Off
Review
On / Off
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REC Mode
Flash
On / Off
On / Off
White Balance
ISO
On / Off
On / Off
Digital Zoom
On / Off
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■ PLAY mode
● Set Up tab menu
Beep
Startup
On / Off
On (Selectable image) / Off
File No.
World Time
Continue / Reset
Home / World
● PLAY tab menu
Home time setup (city, DST, etc.)
World Time setup (city, DST, etc.)
Date Style
Adjust
YY/MM/DD / DD/MM/YY / MM/DD/YY
Time setting
Language
/ English / Français / Deutsch /
Español / Italiano / Português /
/
Auto Power Off
/
2 min / 5 min
Format
Reset
Format / Cancel
Reset / Cancel
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Slideshow
Start / Images / Time / Interval
Calender
Favorites
–
Show / Save / Delete / Cancel
Create Album
DPOF
Create / Layout / Set Up / Cancel
Select images / All images / Cancel
Protect
Rotation
On / All Files : On / Cancel
Rotate / Cancel
Resize
Trimming
Alarm
1280 x 960 / 640 x 480 / Cancel
–
Alarm setups
Copy
Built-in
Card / Card
Built-in / Cancel
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● Set Up tab menu
Beep
Startup
On / Off
On (Selectable image) / Off
File No.
World Time
Continue / Reset
Home / World
Indicator Lamp Reference
Camera Indicator Lamps
The camera has two indicator lamps: an operation/flash
charge lamp and a self-timer lamp. These lamps light and
flash to indicate the current operational status of the
camera.
Home time setup (city, DST, etc.)
World Time setup (city, DST, etc.)
Date Style
Adjust
YY/MM/DD / DD/MM/YY / MM/DD/YY
Time setting
Language
/ English / Français / Deutsch /
Español / Italiano / Português /
/
Auto Power Off
/
2 min / 5 min
Format
Reset
Format / Cancel
Reset / Cancel
Operation/Flash charge lamp
MEN
U
PLAY
REC
DIS
P
SET
Self-timer lamp
* There are two lamp flash patterns.
Pattern 1 flashes once per second, while Pattern 2 flashes twice
per second. The table below explains what each flash pattern
indicates.
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■ REC Mode
Operation/Flash
Charge Lamp
■ PLAY Mode
Self-timer Lamp
Color
Operation/Flash
Meaning
Color
Status
Green
Amber
Lit
Pattern 1
Power on
Flash charging
Green
Green
Lit
Pattern 2
Monitor screen off
Storing image
Green
Pattern 1
Red
Pattern 1
Self-timer countdown
(10 to 3)
Green
Pattern 2
Red
Pattern 2
Self-timer countdown
(3 to 1)
Red
Red
Lit
Lit
Red
Red
Pattern 1
Pattern 1
Low battery alert
Monitor screen disabled
Green
Pattern 2
Powering down
Charge Lamp
Status
Memory error
Memory full
IMPORTANT!
• Never remove the memory card from the camera
while the operation/flash charge lamp is flashing.
Doing so will cause recorded images to be lost.
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Self-timer Lamp
Color
Meaning
Color
Status
Status
Green
Green
Lit
Pattern 2
Power on
Deleting image
Red
Red
Lit
Pattern 1
Memory error
Low battery alert
Green
Green
Pattern 2
Pattern 2
Formatting
Powering down
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USB Cradle Indicator Lamps
The USB cradle has two indicator lamps: a [CHARGE]
lamp and a [USB] lamp. These lamps light and flash to
indicate the current operational status of the USB cradle
and camera.
[USB] lamp
PHOT
O
CHAR
GE
USB
[CHARGE] lamp
[CHARGE] lamp
Color
Status
Red
Green
Lit
Lit
Amber
Red
Lit
Flashing
[USB] lamp
Color
Meaning
Status
Charging
Charging complete
Charge standby
Charge error
Green
Green
Lit
USB connection
Flashing Accessing memory
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Troubleshooting Guide
Symptom
Possible Cause
Power does not turn on.
1) The battery is not oriented correctly.
2) The battery is dead.
1) Orient the battery correctly (page 25).
2) Charge the battery (page 26). If the battery
goes dead soon after being charged, it means
the battery has reached the end of its life and
needs to be replaced. Purchase a separately
available NP-20 rechargeable lithium ion
battery.
Camera suddenly powers
down.
1) Auto Power Off activated (page 34).
2) The battery is dead.
1) Turn power back on.
2) Charge the battery (page 26).
Image is not recorded
when the shutter release
button is pressed.
1) The mode selector is set to “PLAY”.
2) Flash unit is being charged.
3) Memory is full.
1) Align the mode selector with “REC”.
2) Wait until the flash unit finishes charging.
3) Transfer files you want to keep to your
computer and then delete files from image
memory, or use a different memory card.
Camera powers down
during self-timer
countdown.
The battery is dead.
Charge the battery (page 26).
Recorded images are not
saved in memory.
1) Camera powers down before the save
operation is complete.
2) Removing the memory card before the save
operation is complete.
1) When the battery indicator shows
, charge
the battery as soon as possible (page 26).
2) Do not remove the memory card before the
save operation is complete.
Power Supply
Image Recording
Action
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Possible Cause
Action
Sunlight or light from another source is shining
directly into the lens during recording.
Position the camera so sunlight does not shine
directly into the lens.
Images are not displayed.
A memory card with non-DCF images recorded
with another camera is loaded in the camera.
This camera cannot display non-DCF images
recorded onto a memory card using another digital
camera.
All buttons and switches
are disabled.
Circuit problem caused by electrostatic charge,
impact, etc. while the camera was connected to
another device.
Remove the battery from the camera, reinsert it,
and then try again.
Monitor screen is off.
1) USB communication is in progress.
1) After the computer stops accessing camera file
memory, press the [USB] button on the USB
cradle. Check to make sure that the [USB] lamp
on the USB cradle is off, and then remove the
camera from the USB cradle.
2) Press [DISP] to turn on the monitor screen.
Other
Playback
Symptom
Color of the playback
image is different from the
image on the monitor
screen during recording.
2) The monitor screen is turned off (in a recording
mode).
Cannot transfer files over a
USB connection.
1) Camera is not set securely on the USB cradle.
2) USB cable is not connected securely.
3) USB driver is not installed.
4) Camera is turned off.
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1) Check the connection between the camera and
USB cradle.
2) Check all connections.
3) Install the USB driver on your computer (pages
112, 117).
4) Press the [USB] button on the USB cradle.
APPENDIX
Display Messages
Battery is low.
The battery is dead.
Printing Error
One of the following problems occurred during
printing.
• Printer power off
• Out of paper
• Out of ink
• Printer internal error
Record Error
Image compression could not be performed during
image data storage for some reason. Record the
image again.
SYSTEM ERROR
Your camera system is corrupted. Contact your
retailer or a CASIO service center.
The card is locked.
The LOCK switch of the SD memory card is
locked. You cannot store images to or delete
images from a memory card that is locked.
The card is not
formatted.
The memory card is not formatted. Format the
memory card (page 109).
The function is not
supported for this
file.
The function you are trying to perform is not
supported for the file on which you are trying to
perform it.
There are no files.
There are no files in built-in memory or on the
memory card.
BEST SHOT memory You are attempting to register a Best Shot setup
is full.
when the “SCENE” folder already contains 999
setups.
Card ERROR
Some problem occurred with the memory card.
Turn off the camera, and remove and then reinsert
the memory card. If the same message appears,
format the memory card (page 109).
IMPORTANT!
Formatting the memory card deletes all files on
the memory card. Before formatting, try
transferring recoverable files to a computer or
some other storage device.
File could not be
saved because
battery is low.
The battery is dead, so the recorded image could
not be saved.
Folder cannot be
created.
This message appears when you try to record an
image while there are 9,999 files stored in the
999th folder. If you want to record more files,
delete files you no longer need (page 83).
Memory Full
Memory is full. If you want to record more files,
delete files you no longer need (page 83).
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There are no printing There are no DPOF settings specifying images and
images.
the number of copies of each for printing.
Set up DPOF.
Configure the required DPOF settings (page 87).
This file cannot be
played.
The image file or audio file is corrupted, or is a
type that cannot be displayed by this camera.
Specifications
Main Specifications
Product: .............................. Digital Camera
This function cannot You attempted to copy files from built-in memory to
be used.
a memory card while there is no memory card
loaded in the camera (page 110).
Can not find the file. The camera cannot find the image specified by the
slideshow “Images” setting. Specify another image
(page 77).
Model: ................................. EX-S3
■ Camera Functions
Image Files Format
Snapshots: ...................... JPEG (Exif Ver.2.2); DCF (Design rule
for Camera File system) 1.0 standard;
DPOF compliant
Movies: ............................ AVI (Motion JPEG)
Recording Media: .............. 10MB built-in Flash memory
SD Memory Card
Multimedia Card
Image Size
Snapshots: ..................... 2048
1600
1280
640
Movies: .............................. 320
150
x 1536 pixels
x 1200 pixels
x 960 pixels
x 480 pixels
x 240 pixels
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Approximate Memory Capacity and File sizes:
Delete: ................................. Single-file, all files (with protection)
• Snapshots
Effective Pixels .................. 3.2 million
File Size
(pixels)
2048 x 1536
1600 x 1200
(UXGA)
1280 x 960
(SXGA)
640 x 480
(VGA)
Quality
Approximate
Image File Size
Fine
Normal
Economy
Fine
Normal
Economy
Fine
Normal
Economy
Fine
Normal
Economy
1.6MB
1.2MB
630KB
1050KB
710KB
370KB
680KB
460KB
250KB
190KB
140KB
90KB
Built-in flash
memory 10MB
SD Memory
Card* 64MB
5
7
14
8
12
24
13
20
35
46
61
98
34
45
88
53
79
154
82
126
221
294
386
618
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
Imaging Element ................ 1/1.8-inch square pixel color CCD
(Total pixels: 3.35 million)
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
shots
Lens/Focal Distance ......... F4.2; f=7.1mm (equivalent to
approximately 35 for 35mm film)
Zoom: .................................. 4X digital zoom
Focusing: ........................... Fixed focal point
Approximate Focus Range
(from lens surface) ............ 80cm to ∞ (2.6´ to ∞)
Exposure Control
Light Metering: ................ Multi-pattern by CCD
Exposure: ........................ Program AE
Exposure Compensation: ... –2EV to +2EV (1/3EV units)
Shutter: ............................... CCD electronic shutter; mechanical
shutter, 1 to 1/6400 second
(Depends on REC mode and ISO
sensitivity setting being used.)
• Movies (320 x 240 pixels)
Data Size
Recording
Time
130KB/second max.
One Movie: 30 seconds maximum
Total Movie Time:
80 seconds maximum (built-in memory)
500 seconds maximum (SD 64MB memory card)*
Aperture: ............................ F4.2/fixed
White Balance: ................... Automatic, fixed (4 modes), manual
switching
* Based on Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. products. Capacity
depends on card manufacturer.
* To determine the number of images that can be stored on a memory card of
a different capacity, multiply the capacities in the table by the appropriate
value.
Self-timer: ........................... 10 seconds, 2 seconds, Triple Selftimer
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Built-in Flash
Flash Modes: ................... AUTO, ON, OFF, Red eye reduction
Flash Range: ................... 0.8 to 2 meters (2.6' to 6.6')
(ISO Sensitivity: “Auto”)
■ Power Requirements
Recording Functions: ....... Snapshot; Best Shot; Movie
Approximate Battery Life:
Power Requirements: ....... Rechargeable lithium ion battery
(NP-20) x 1
Monitor Screen: ................. 2.0-inch TFT color LCD
84,960 pixels (354 x 240)
Continuous Recording
(Continuous Snapshot Recording)
80 minutes (480 shots)
Viewfinder: ......................... Monitor screen and optical viewfinder
Continuous Playback
120 minutes
The values noted above are approximate values until power fails at normal
temperature (25°C (77°F)). The above does not guarantee that you will be
able to achieve this level of operation. Low temperatures shorten battery life
(page 30).
Timekeeping Functions .... Built-in digital quartz clock
Date and Time: ............... Recorded with image data
Auto Calendar: ................ To 2049
World Time: ........................ City; Date; Time; Summer time;
162 cities in 32 time zones
Power Consumption: ........ DC 3.7V Approximately 3.5W
Dimensions: ....................... 89.5(W) x 57(H) x 11.7(D) mm
(3.5˝(W) x 2.2˝(H) x 0.5˝(D))
(excluding projections)
Input/Output Terminals: ... Cradle connector
Weight: ................................ Approximately 72 g (2.5 oz)
(excluding battery and accessories)
Bundled Accessories: ...... Rechargeable lithium ion battery (NP20); USB cradle (CA-22); Special AC
adaptor; USB cable; Dummy Card;
Strap; CD-ROM; Basic Reference
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■ Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery (NP-20)
■ Special AC Adaptor (Inlet Type)
Rated Voltage: ................... 3.7 V
Power Requirement .......... 100 to 240V AC, 50/60Hz, 0.12A
Rated Capacitance: ........... 680 mAh
Output ................................. 5.3V DC, 1.0A
Operating Temperature
Range: ................................. 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
Dimensions ........................ 48(W) x 28(H) x 66(D) mm
(1.9"(W) x 1.1"(H) x 2.6"(D))
(excluding projections and cable)
Dimensions: ....................... 33 (W) x 50 (H) x 4.7 (D) mm
(1.3˝ (W) x 2.0˝ (H) x 0.19˝ (D))
Weight ................................. Approximately 120 g (4.2 oz)
Weight: ................................ Approximately 16 g (0.56 oz)
■ Special AC Adaptor (Plug-in Type)
■ USB Cradle (CA-22)
Power Requirement .......... 100 to 240V AC, 50/60Hz, 0.12A
Output ................................. 5.3V DC, 1.0A
Input/Output Terminals .... Camera connector; USB port; AC
adaptor terminal (DC IN 5.3V)
Dimensions ........................ 47(W) x 20(H) x 72(D) mm
(1.9"(W) x 0.8"(H) x 2.8"(D))
(excluding projections and cable)
Power Consumption ......... DC 5.3V Approximately 3.4W
Dimensions ........................ 109(W) x 38.5(H) x 57(D) mm
(4.3˝(W) x 1.5˝(H) x 2.2˝(D))
(excluding projections)
Weight ................................. Approximately 110 g (3.9 oz)
Weight ................................. Approximately 61 g (2.1 oz)
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Power Supply
• Use only the special NP-20 rechargeable lithium ion battery to power this
camera. Use of any other type of battery is not supported.
• This camera does not have a separate battery for the clock. The date and
time settings of the camera are cleared whenever power is totally cut off
(from both the battery and USB cradle). Be sure to reconfigure these
settings after power is interrupted (page 38).
LCD Panel
• The LCD panel is a product of the latest LCD manufacturing technology that
provides a pixel yield of 99.99%. This means that less than 0.01% of the
total pixels are defective (they do not turn on or always remain turned on).
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