Casio QV-30 Owner`s manual

Introduction
Congratulations upon your selection of the QV-30 Liquid Crystal Digital Camera. The QV-30 comes with its own built-in liquid crystal color
monitor that let’s you instantly view the pictures you take.
Liquid Crystal Digital Camera
QV-30
Owner’s Manual
To get the most out of the QV-30, be sure to carefully read this
manual and follow the instructions contained in it.
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Contents
Precautions .......................................................... 5
Using the Zoom Function ....................................................
Using Auto Play ..................................................................
Protecting Memory Pages ..................................................
Hiding Protected Memory Pages ........................................
Unpacking ............................................................. 9
General Guide .................................................... 10
Top and Display ..................................................................
Lens ....................................................................................
Bottom ................................................................................
Terminals ............................................................................
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Deleting Memory Pages .................................... 50
To delete a single memory page ........................................ 50
To delete all unprotected memory pages ........................... 53
Connecting to Other Devices ............................ 56
Power Supply ..................................................... 13
The camera terminals ......................................................... 56
To load batteries ................................................................. 13
Using AC Power ................................................................. 18
Using the Camera with a Connected Device ...... 57
Recording Images .............................................. 20
Troubleshooting ................................................. 63
To record an image .............................................................
How to avoid hand movement… .........................................
Fluorescent Lighting ...........................................................
Infrared Light .......................................................................
Shooting images outdoors ..................................................
Changing the Lens Orientation ...........................................
NORMAL/MACRO Switch ..................................................
Switching Between Lenses .................................................
Exposure Adjustment ..........................................................
Changing the Aperture Setting ...........................................
Record Mode Displays ........................................................
Using the Self-Timer ...........................................................
Specifications ..................................................... 69
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About the camera’s backlight… ....................... 70
• 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 QV-30.
• 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.
Playing Back Images ......................................... 33
Displaying Images on the Camera’s LCD ...........................
Displaying Images on a TV Screen ....................................
Displaying the Memory Page Number ................................
Producing a Multi-Page Display ..........................................
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Precautions
Liquid Crystal Digital Camera
General Precautions
• Never use the unit inside of an air craft or in any other areas where
its use is prohibited. Doing so can result in an accident.
Be sure to observe the following important precautions whenever using the QV-30.
• Physical damage and malfunction of this unit can cause the image
data stored in its memory to be deleted. Be sure to always keep
backup copies of data by transferring them to personal computer
memory.
All references in this manual to “this camera” and “the camera” refer
to the CASIO QV-30 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 open the battery compartment cover, disconnect the AC
adaptor from the camera or unplug it from the wall socket while the
“WAIT” message is on the LCD. Doing so will not only make storage
of the current image impossible, it can also corrupt other image data
already stored in camera memory.
• Never try to open the case of the camera or attempt your own repairs. High-voltage internal components create the risk of electrical
shock when exposed. Always leave maintenance and repair work
up to authorized CASIO service providers.
MEMORY ERROR message
• Keep the camera away from water and other liquids, and never let it
get wet. Moisture creates the danger of fire and electrical shock.
Never use the camera outdoors in the rain or snow, at the seashore
or beach, in the bathroom, etc.
Any of the following can cause data stored in the camera’s memory to
become corrupted.
• Removal of batteries or disconnection of the AC adaptor during a
record or data communication operation
• Should foreign matter or water ever get into the unit, immediately
turn power off, unplug the AC adaptor from the power outlet, and
contact your dealer or nearest CASIO service provider. Using the
unit under these conditions creates the danger of fire and electrical
shock.
• Performing an image record operation while the low battery indicator is on the display, or disconnection of the connecting cable during
data communication
• Other incorrect operation
In each of the above cases, one of the following memory error messages appears, and further operation of the camera will become impossible. If this should happen, contact your dealer or the nearest
CASIO service provider as soon as possible.
• Should you ever notice smoke or a strange odor coming out of the
unit, immediately turn power off and unplug the AC adaptor from the
power outlet. Using the unit under these conditions creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. After making sure there is no more
smoke coming from the unit, take it to your nearest CASIO service
provider for repair. Never attempt your own maintenance.
• If the unit’s case should ever become cracked due to dropping it or
otherwise subjecting it to rough treatment, immediately turn power
off, unplug the AC adaptor from the power outlet, and contact your
nearest CASIO service provider.
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Precautions
Liquid Crystal Digital Camera
Operating conditions
GUIDELINES LAID DOWN BY FCC RULES FOR USE OF
THIS UNIT IN THE U.S.A. (not applicable to other areas).
• This camera is designed for use in temperatures ranging from 0°C
to 40°C (32°F to 104°F).
NOTICE
• Do not use or keep the camera in the following areas.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
— 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
Condensation
• 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.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
• 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 batteries from
the camera and leave the battery compartment cover open for a few
hours.
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Caution : Changes or modification to the product not expressly approved by CASIO could void the user's authority to operate the product.
Properly shielded cables with ferrite core must be used for connection to computer in order to meet FCC emission limits.
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Unpacking
General
Guide
Getting
Acquainted
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.
The following illustrations show the names of each component, button and switch on the camera.
Top and Display
/PROTECT
(Timer/Protect)
button
DISP (Display) button
MODE button
DEL (Delete) button
ZOOM button
Soft case
Shutter button
Aperture switch
Camera
[+] (Forward)
button
Alkaline batteries (AA-size × 4)
NORMAL/MACRO
switch
LCD
[–] (Reverse)
button
POWER switch
Cleaning Cloth
Function switch
Manual
Lens
TELE(telephoto)/
WIDE(Wide-angle) switch
Wrist Strap
Special video cable
Lens
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Getting Acquainted
General Guide
Bottom
Connecting the Wrist Strap
Tripod
hole
Pass the wrist strap through the hole on
the side of the camera as shown in the
illustration.
Battery
compartment
lock
Battery compartment cover
BRIGHT (brightness) control
• BRIGHT control adjusts the brightness of the image on the LCD.
The brightness is set at the factory to the optimum setting, and normally does not need adjustment.
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Using the Cleaning Cloth
Terminals
Use the cleaning cloth to wipe fingerprints and smudges from the LCD and
lens.
Terminal panel cover
VIDEO OUT terminal
• Be sure to avoid applying too much
pressure when wiping the LCD. Too
much pressure can cause permanent
discoloration, abnormal images, and
cracks.
DIGITAL
terminal
AC Power terminal
Using the Soft Case
Opening the Terminal Panel Cover
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2
2
Keep the camera in its soft case to protect it when not in use.
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Important!
Make sure that the terminal panel cover is slid fully away as shown in
step 2 above before trying to raise it. Forcing the cover up can seriously damage it.
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Power Supply
Getting Acquainted
3.
The camera features a two-way power supply that lets you use either
batteries (AA-size Alkaline) or household AC current.
Close the battery compartment cover.
A
To load batteries
Be sure that camera power is turned off whenever loading or replacing batteries.
1.
Slide the battery compartment lock on the bottom of the
camera in the direction indicated by arrow 1 , and swing
open the battery compartment cover as indicated by arrow
2.
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Press down on the battery compartment cover at the point
marked A in the above illustration until the cover locks into
place with a click.
Battery Handling Precautions
2.
Incorrect use or handling of batteries can cause them to leak or burst
and seriously damage your camera. Be sure to note the following
important precautions to avoid problems with batteries.
Insert four batteries.
Caution
Be sure to use only AA-size Alkaline batteries. Never use
manganese batteries (see precautions on the next page).
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Make sure that the positive + and negative - ends of the
batteries are facing correctly.
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• Use only LR6 (AM-3) type alkaline
dry cell batteries with this camera.
Never mix old batteries with new
ones. Failure to do so can result in
bursting or leaking of batteries, creating the danger of fire or personal injury.
• Always make sure that the positive +
and negative - ends of the batteries
are facing correctly, as noted by the
markings on the camera itself. Improper loading of batteries can result
in bursting or leaking of batteries, creating the danger of personal injury or
soiling of objects nearby.
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Getting Acquainted
Power Supply
Low Battery Indicator
• Remove batteries from the camera if you do not plan to use it for
more than two weeks.
A low battery indicator (
) appears on the LCD whenever remaining battery power drops below a certain level.
• Never recharge batteries, never allow direct connection between
two ends of a battery, and never try to take batteries apart.
• Do not expose batteries to direct heat or dispose of them by burning. Doing so can create the danger of explosion.
• Never mix batteries of different types.
• Dead batteries are susceptible to leakage, which can cause serious
damage to your camera. Remove batteries from the camera as
soon as you notice they are dead.
• The batteries that power this camera normally become warm when
they lose power. This does not indicate malfunction.
When this indicator appears, replace all four batteries with a fresh set
of new ones. Once the low battery indicator appears, you can expect
only about 10 more minutes of operation before total power failure.
Standard Battery Life
Flash Memory
The following shows standard battery life of batteries when the camera is used without interruption under normal temperatures. Lower
temperatures can cause shortening of the standard battery life.
The camera features flash memory for storage of images. Flash
memory does not require electrical power to store data, so image
data is retained in memory even when you turn camera power off. If
batteries go dead, simply load a set of new batteries or connect the
AC adaptor and you will be able to view images in camera memory.
Battery type : LR6 (AM-3) alkaline dry cell
Battery Life : Approximately 2 hours
Approximately 96 images
(consecutive recording, one image per minute)
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Getting Acquainted
Power Supply
Auto Power Off
Using AC Power
Power automatically turns off whenever you do not perform any camera operation for a period of time. Power turns off after about two
minutes in the Record Mode or after about five minutes in the Playback Mode.
To power the camera from standard AC power, use the optional AC
adaptor (AD-C60).
AC power terminal
AC adaptor
• To restore power, simply slide the POWER switch to the right as
you normally do.
AC outlet
Important!
The Auto Power Off function does not operate under the following
conditions.
• During Auto Play (page 43)
Caution
• When operations are being performed on a computer connected to
the camera via the camera’s DIGITAL terminal.
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Recording
Operation
Power Supply
Caution
AC Adaptor precautions
• Never use an electrical outlet whose
voltage is outside the rating marked
on the camera. Doing so can create
the danger of fire or electrical shock.
Use only the optional AC adaptor
specified for this camera.
• Should the cord of the AC adaptor
become damaged (exposed internal
wiring or shorts), request a replacement from an authorized CASIO service provider. A damaged AC adaptor cord creates the danger of fire or
electrical shock.
• Always be sure to use the AD-C60
AC adaptor only. Using any other AC
adaptor can cause damage to the
camera not covered by the warranty.
• When unplugging the AC adaptor
from the wall socket, be sure to
grasp the adaptor (not the cord).
• Avoid an undue bending, pulling,
and twisting of the AC adaptor's
cord, and never try to lengthen the
cord by splicing it with other wire.
Images
The following procedure provides the basic steps for recording an
image.
To record an image
1.
Enter the Record Mode.
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2.
• Be sure to switch power off before connecting or disconnecting the
adaptor.
• Always turn camera power off before disconnecting the AC adaptor,
even if the camera has batteries installed. If you don't, the camera
will turn off automatically when you disconnect the AC adaptor.
Even so, you run the risk of damaging the camera whenever you
disconnect the AC adaptor without first turning power off.
• The AC adaptor may become warm to the touch after extended periods of use. This is normal and is not cause for alarm.
3.
PLAY
Turn on the camera.
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Slide the POWER switch in the direction indicated by the arrow.
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The POWER switch automatically
slides back to its original position
when you release it.
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When power comes on, the image of the object that is in
front of the camera’s lens appears on the LCD.
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You can perform steps 1 and 2 in either order (1 then 2, or 2
then 1).
Set the NORMAL/MACRO switch to the NORMAL position.
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• After use turn off the power switch of the camera and unplug adaptor from the AC outlet.
REC
Slide the function switch to the
REC position.
For close-ups, set the NORMAL/
MACRO switch to MACRO. See
page 25 for details on using this
switch.
MACRO
NORMAL
Note
• The camera is designed to refresh the image on the LCD about
seven times per second. Because of this, you may experience a
feeling of jerkiness in the changing image if you move the camera
quickly. This is normal and does not indicate malfunction.
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Operation
Recording Images
How to avoid hand movement…
4. Record the image.
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Compose the image you want to
record while viewing it on the
LCD.
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It is best to look at the LCD directly, and not from an angle.
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Take care that your finger is not
blocking the lens.
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Should the lens become dirty, use
the cloth that comes with the camera to clean it off.
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When the image is situated on the
LCD as you want it, press the
shutter button.
Any hand movement when you press the shutter button can causes
blurring of the recorded image. Note the following points on avoiding
hand movement.
REC
MACRO
NORMAL
PLAY
• Make sure there is no excessive movement of the image of the object on the LCD.
• Use a tripod whenever possible when recording images in dim lighting. The camera automatically adjusts shutter speed in accordance
with the brightness of the object whose image is being recorded.
Shutter speed is quite slow for dimly lit objects, increasing the possibility of blurring caused by hand movement.
Fluorescent Lighting
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Press the shutter button lightly to avoid moving the camera.
See page 22 for information on how to avoid hand movement.
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The message “WAIT” appears on the LCD for about six seconds along with the image that was recorded when you
pressed the shutter button. You can use the camera to take
the next picture after the “WAIT” message disappears.
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Here you could change the function switch to the PLAY position and view the image you just recorded.
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. The actual extent of the problems depends on
what cycle of the fluorescent light’s flicker is occurring when the
camera’s shutter actually releases. For best results, use a commercially available video lights.
Infrared Light
Infrared light generated by a flash or other source can create image
color problems, such as red areas being recorded as green. Such
color problems will show up in the LCD while you are composing the
image.
Caution
• Never open the battery compartment cover, disconnect the
AC adaptor from the camera or unplug it from the wall
socket while the “WAIT” message is on the LCD. Doing so
will not only make storage of the current image impossible, it
can also corrupt other image data already stored in camera
memory.
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Operation
Recording Images
Shooting Images Outdoors
• Any images recorded while the lens body is rotated so the lens is
pointed from the back of the camera are stored as mirror images of
the image that appears in the LCD before the shutter button is
pressed.
Strong direct or reflected sunlight can cause recorded images to take
on a greenish tinge. This is due to the characteristics of the camera’s
optical pickup and it does not indicate malfunction of the camera. One
way you can try to minimize this problem is to set the aperture to [●]
(F8).
Changing the Lens Orientation
The lens of the camera is built into a lens body that is designed to
rotate. This means you can change the angle of the lens without moving the rest of the camera.
A
A
LCD when shutter button is
pressed (in the Record Mode)
B
LCD when image is played
B
back from camera memory
Rotates up to 90° towards the front
Important!
• Do not apply excessive force when rotating the lens body. Doing so
can cause serious damage to the lens.
• Do not carry the camera or move it around while holding onto only
the lens body.
• Return the lens body to its normal position (with the lens pointing
from the front of the camera) before storing the camera.
Rotates up to 180° towards the back
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Recording Images
NORMAL/MACRO Switch
Exposure Adjustment
The NORMAL/MACRO switch tells the
camera how much distance there will be
between the lens and the object whose image you are recording. The following table
describes the conditions covered by each
switch setting.
This camera features an automatic exposure (AE) function that automatically changes the shutter speed in accordance with lighting. In
addition, you can also manually adjust the exposure to compensate
for backlighting, indirect indoor lighting, dark backgrounds, and other
special conditions.
MACRO
NORMAL
To manually adjust the exposure
1.
Switching Between Lenses
This camera gives you a choice between
telephoto (TELE) and wide-angle (WIDE)
lenses. The following shows the optimum
distances at which you should use each of
these lenses.
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2.
TELE
Distances
Aperture
Normal
(NORMAL)
Macro
(MACRO)
Wide Angle (WIDE)
f = 4.0mm
F2.8(○)
50cm ~ ∞
(1.6' ~ ∞)
10cm ~ 13cm
(3.9" ~ 5.1")
F8 (●)
24cm ~ ∞
(9.4" ~ ∞)
8cm ~ 19cm
(3.1" ~ 7.5")
250cm ~ ∞
(8.2' ~ ∞)
50cm ~ 65cm
(1.6' ~ 2.1')
120cm ~ ∞
(3.9' ~ ∞)
40cm ~ 95cm
(1.3' ~ 3.1')
F2.8(○)
F8 (●)
Set the function switch to the REC
position.
PLAY
Use the [+] and [–] buttons to manually adjust the exposure.
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Pressing [+] makes the image on
the LCD brighter. Use it to adjust
for dim indoor lighting and backlighting.
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Pressing [–] makes the image on
the LCD darker. Use it to adjust
for bright sunlight.
WIDE
Lens
Telephoto (TELE)
f = 9.0mm
REC
Enter the Record Mode.
+
+–
–
+–
3.
* See page 27 for information on changing the aperture.
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After adjusting the exposure, press the shutter button to
record the image.
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Operation
Recording Images
Notes
Record Mode Displays
• Exposure adjustment is generally expressed in terms of an exposure adjustment value. The exposure adjustment value is always
set to zero whenever you turn on the camera.
The following provides details on the images, indicators and messages that appear on the LCD in the Record Mode.
• The exposure adjustment value is changed by 0.25 with each press
of [+] or [–]. The range of the value is -2 to +2.
Image Display
An image of the object that is picked up by the camera’s lens appears
on the LCD. The camera is designed to refresh the image on the LCD
about seven times per second. Because of this, you may experience
a feeling of jerkiness in the changing image if you move the camera
quickly. This is normal and does not indicate malfunction.
• The exposure adjustment value automatically reverts to zero whenever the shutter button is pressed. You can manually reset the exposure adjustment value by using [+] and [–] to change the value
back to zero, which is indicated when the + – indicator disappears
from the monitor.
Note
• The LCD image that appears in the Playback Mode is more detailed
than the image produced in the Record Mode. Because of this, you
should consider the Record Mode image to be a reasonable facsimile of the image that is actually stored in memory.
Changing the Aperture Setting
There are two aperture settings you can use to match lighting conditions. Use the aperture switch to change the aperture setting.
Displaying the Image Number
The image number is a value that indicates the number of the next
image that will be recorded. Up to 96 images can be stored in camera
memory.
• Use the [●] (F8) setting to decrease exposure. This setting works best outdoors.
• Use the [○] (F2.8) setting to increase exposure. This setting works best indoor and
with back lit images.
MACRO
NORMAL
1.
Enter the Record Mode.
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REC
Set the function switch to the REC
position.
PLAY
Note
2.
• Also see page 29 for information about exposure warning indicators.
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Press the DISP button.
Operation
Recording Images
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The image number appears in
the upper right corner of the
LCD. It indicates the number of
the next image that will be recorded. The number 21, for example, indicates that there are
20 images in memory, and the
next image will be number 21.
Use the procedure described on page 27 to change the aperture or
change the lighting of the image so the indicator disappears from the
LCD.
To clear the image number from the LCD, press the DISP
button again.
• The manual exposure adjustment procedure (page 26) cannot be
used when an exposure warning indicator is on the LCD. Clear the
warning indicator by changing the aperture switch setting.
Important!
• The exposure warning indicators also appear when lighting is outside the range of the camera. In such a case, changing the aperture
will not clear the indicator from the LCD.
Note
• Pressing the [+] or [–] button to adjust exposure while an exposure
warning indicator is on the LCD clears the warning indicator and
causes a positive [+] or negative [–] exposure correction (EV shift)
indicator to appear.
• Note that turning display of the image number on and off in the
Record Mode also affects the display of the memory page number
in the Playback Mode (page 36), and the zoom area indicator used
in the zoom operation (page 41). If you turn display of the image
number off in the Record Mode, for example, the memory page
number will not be shown in the Playback Mode.
Low Battery Indicator
The low battery indicator (
) appears on the LCD whenever remaining battery power drops below a certain level.
Exposure Warning Indicators
Exposure warning indicators appear on the LCD whenever the light
being picked up by the lens would result in under exposure or over
exposure of an image.
When this indicator appears, replace all four batteries with a fresh set
of new ones. Once the low battery indicator appears, you can expect
only about 10 more minutes of operation before total power failure.
• See page 13 for details on how to replace batteries.
Under exposure
Over exposure
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Recording Images
Memory Full Message
•
The message “MEMORY FULL” appears
on the LCD whenever you press the shutter button while camera memory is full. If
you want to record more images, you must
first delete some of the images already
stored in camera memory. See page 50 for
details on how to delete images.
To cancel on ongoing Self-Timer
operation, press the
/PROTECT button or shutter button.
Note
• If you use the Self-Timer with the lens body rotate 180° (page 23),
you can view the countdown on the LCD while waiting for the shutter to release.
Using the Self-Timer
Important!
With the Self-Timer, the shutter is released 10 seconds after you
press the
/PROTECT button.
• If battery power is low, camera power may turn off while a countdown is in progress. If this happens, replace the batteries with new
ones.
1.
Enter the Record Mode.
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REC
Set the function switch to the REC
position.
PLAY
2.
Start the Self-Timer operation.
•
Place the camera securely on a tripod, desk or other stable
surface, with the image to be recorded in the LCD.
•
After composing the image, press
/PROTECT button.
the
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A 10-second countdown starts on
the LCD. The shutter will release
automatically when the end of the
countdown is reached.
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Playing Back Images
Operation
Playing Back Images
3.
This section describes how to recall and view images stored in camera memory.
Scroll through the memory pages until the image you want
to view is displayed.
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Displaying Images on the Camera’s LCD
Press [+] to display the next memory page or [–] to display
the previous memory page.
The camera can store up to 96 images in memory. Images are sequentially numbered from 1 through 96. Think of camera memory like
a 96-page album of the images you record.
The following procedure describes how to display images on the
camera’s built-in LCD.
1.
Enter the Playback Mode.
•
2.
When power comes on, the page
that was displayed when you last
turned power off appears on the
LCD.
•
You can perform steps 1 and 2 in
either order (1 then 2, or 2 then 1).
–
• If you set the function switch to PLAY after recording an image, that
image appears on the LCD first.
Turn on the camera.
•
–
Notes
PLAY
Slide the POWER switch in the direction indicated by the arrow.
The POWER switch automatically
slides back to its original position
when you release it.
+
REC
Slide the function switch to the
PLAY position.
•
+
• The message “MEMORY EMPTY” appears on the LCD if there are
no images stored in memory when you enter the Playback Mode.
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Operation
Playing Back Images
Displaying Images on a TV Screen
Displaying the Memory Page Number
Use the special video cable that comes with the camera to connect it
to a television as illustrated below, and you can then view the images
stored in camera memory on the TV’s screen.
The memory page number is a value in the upper right corner of the
LCD that indicates the number of the currently shown memory page.
1.
Important!
Enter the Playback Mode.
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• The camera can be connected only to a TV that is equipped with a
VIDEO IN terminal.
PLAY
• Make sure that the power of both the camera and the TV are turned
off when making connections.
Accessory video cable
2.
Press the DISP button.
VIDEO OUT terminal
TV
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The memory page number appears in the upper right corner of
the LCD.
•
To clear the memory page number from the LCD, press the DISP
button again.
INPUT
L
R
REC
Set the function switch to the
PLAY position.
VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO IN terminal
After connecting the camera and TV, set the
channel of the TV to the channel used for
video input.
Notes
• The letter “P” next to the memory page number indicates that page
is “protected” and cannot be deleted. See page 46 for details about
protecting memory pages.
After connecting the camera and TV, use the same procedures as
those described under “Displaying Images on the Camera’s LCD” on
page 33.
• Note that turning display of the memory page number on and off in
the Playback Mode also affects the display of the image number in
the Record Mode (page 28), and the zoom area indicator used in
the zoom operation (page 41).
Important!
• Note that only images already stored in camera memory can be
viewed on the TV screen. If you change to the camera’s Record
Mode, the image picked up by the camera’s lens will not appear on
the TV screen.
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Operation
Playing Back Images
Producing a Multi-Page Display
3.
Four or nine memory pages can be displayed at the same time. This
feature can be used to display multiple memory pages on the
camera’s built-in LCD, or on the screen of a connected TV.
1.
2.
Scroll through the pages on the display.
•
Use [+] (forward) and [–] (back) to scroll through the memory
pages. Pages are scrolled one, four, or nine at a time, depending on the display format you are using.
Enter the Playback Mode and turn on the camera.
Switch to multi-page display.
•
Press the MODE button to
change between the different display formats.
•
Each press of MODE changes the
display format in the following sequence.
•
You cannot use the multi-page
display while protected memory
pages are hidden (page 49).
REC
PLAY
1
2
3
4
+
–
5
6
7
8
+
9
10
11
–
Unused pages are colored gray.
Note
• The brightness of the images on a multi-page display may differ
slightly from the brightness when a single image is shown. This is
because the camera automatically uses the brightness setting for
the brightest image contained in the multi-page display for all of the
images.
* The memory page that is shown on the screen when you
change to the 4-page or 9-page format is in the first (upper
left) position in the multi-page display.
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Operation
Playing Back Images
Selecting a Memory Page in a Multi-Page Display
3.
You can use the following procedure to select one of the memory
pages in a multi-page display. Then when you return to the 1-page
display, the memory page you selected will be the one displayed. The
following procedure uses the 4-page display as an example, but you
can use the same procedure with the 9-page display.
1.
Move the white line to the memory page that you want to
select.
•
In the Playback Mode, press the MODE button.
•
This changes to the 4-page display.
4.
Press the ZOOM button.
•
In this example, we will select this page.
2.
Press [+] to move the line to the
right or [–] to move it to the left. In
this example, press [+] three
times or [–] once.
Press the DISP button.
•
This causes a white line to appear
under the first (upper left) page.
This white line indicates the
memory page that is currently selected.
•
If you do not perform any operation for about 10 seconds, the
white line disappears from the display.
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The image in the selected
memory page appears as a 1page display.
+
X3
Operation
Playing Back Images
Using the Zoom Function
Changing the Location of the Zoom Area
This function lets you select a specific part of a stored image and
enlarge it to twice its normal size.
1.
2.
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Display an image.
Press the ZOOM button to zoom in on the center of the image.
•
The center of the image is enlarged to twice its normal size.
• Pressing [–] moves the zoom area in the opposite direction.
Notes
3.
You can use [+] and [–] to change the position of the zoom
area in the sequence shown on page 42.
• If the page number is displayed in the upper right corner of the
screen when you perform a zoom operation, the number is replaced
by a zoom area indicator. This indicator shows you what part of the
image is currently enlarged on the display. You can turn the zoom
area indicator on and off by pressing the DISP button.
Press the ZOOM button again to return the image to its
original size.
Zoom area indicator
Change the position of the zoom area.
•
4.
• Note that turning display of the zoom area indicator on and off during a zoom operation also affects the display of the image number
in the Record Mode (page 28), and the memory page number in the
Playback Mode (page 36).
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42
Operation
Playing Back Images
Using Auto Play
Auto play lets you automatically scroll through the camera’s memory
pages quickly and easily. You can specify the speed of the scroll.
3 seconds
Important!
• The camera’s Auto Power Off function (page 17) does not function
while an auto play operation is in progress. If you forget to turn the
camera off, there is the danger that auto play will continue until batteries are dead. To avoid this, make sure that you stop the auto play
operation and turn the camera off when you finish viewing.
•
3.
To start the auto play operation
1.
2.
•
Hold down the [+] and [–] buttons until the message “AUTO
PLAY START” appears.
•
There must be at least two images (two pages) recorded in
memory to use the auto play operation. Otherwise, the
“AUTO PLAY START” message will not appear on the display.
Auto play continues to loop through the memory pages. This
means that when it reaches the last page, it starts again
from the first page.
Press the shutter button to stop the auto play operation.
•
Pressing any button except the
MODE button stops the auto play
operation.
•
Note that the buttons of the camera do not operate while a page
change operation is in progress.
Make sure that an image is shown
on the display when you press a
button to stop the auto play operation.
Enter the Playback Mode and turn on the camera.
Start the auto play operation.
3 seconds
To set auto play speed
Use the following procedure to specify how long each image remains
on the display, within the range of 3 to 30 seconds.
•
After about one second, this message disappears and the
auto play operation starts.
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44
Operation
Playing Back Images
1.
Perform steps 1 and 2 under “To start the auto play operation” on page 43 to start auto play.
2.
Press MODE to enter the Auto Play Setting Mode.
•
Protecting Memory Pages
You can protect specific memory pages to ensure that they are not
accidently deleted.
To protect a page
Be sure to press MODE while an image is stopped on the
monitor, and not while images are changing.
1.
Speed (number of
seconds each
image is displayed)
3.
Enter the Playback Mode and turn on the camera.
•
Slide the function switch to the PLAY position.
•
Slide the POWER switch in the direction indicated by the
arrow.
•
If the page number is not shown in
the upper right of the page, press
DISP.
Use [+] (increase) and [–] (decrease) to change the current
speed setting.
•
4.
Page number
You can set the speed within a range of 3 to 30 seconds, in
three-second increments.
To start auto play using your newly set speed setting,
press the shutter button.
•
•
•
To exit the auto play setting mode at any time, change the
function switch position to REC and then back to PLAY, or
turn power off. Either of these methods cancels any settings
you made and returns to the settings in effect when you entered the Auto Play Setting Mode.
2.
You can use auto play in combination with the multi-page
display (page 37). First change to the multi-page format, and
then perform the auto play operation (page 43).
Scroll through the memory pages until the one you want to
protect is displayed.
•
Press [+] to display the next
memory page or [–] to display the
previous memory page.
•
You cannot protect or unprotect
memory pages while protected
memory pages are hidden (page
49).
You cannot use auto play in combination with the multi-page
display while protected pages are hidden.
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46
Operation
Playing Back Images
To unprotect a page
3.
1.
Enter the Playback Mode and turn on the camera.
2.
Scroll through the memory pages until the one you want to
unprotect is displayed.
3.
Press the
Protect the page.
•
Press the
/PROTECT button
to protect the page.
•
The letter “P” appears to the right
of the page number to indicate
that page is protected.
•
Protect indicator
/PROTECT button.
The letter “P” disappears, indicating that page is no longer
protected.
Note
/PRO• If the page number is not displayed when you press the
TECT button, the page number along the protect indicator appears
about a second after you press the button.
Note
• If the page number is not displayed when you press the
/PROTECT button, the page number appears about a second after you
press the button.
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48
Deleting
Operation
Playing Back Images
Hiding Protected Memory Pages
Use the procedures described in this section to delete memory
pages. You can delete individual pages, or all the pages currently
stored in memory.
This function makes it possible for you to hide protected memory
pages so their images do not appear on the monitor during playback.
Warning!
To hide protected memory pages
The delete operation cannot be undone!
While holding down the [+] button, turn on the camera.
Before performing any of the procedures described in this section,
make sure that you really do not need the images recorded on the
memory pages you are deleting. Be especially careful when you are
using the all delete operation.
Important!
• You cannot protect or unprotect pages (pages 46~48) while protected pages are hidden.
• You cannot display multiple images (page 37) while protected
pages are hidden.
To delete a single memory page
• The following message appears on the monitor when you hide protected memory pages and all pages currently in memory are protected. It also appears if you delete all unprotected memory pages
while protected memory pages are hidden.
1.
2.
Enter the Playback Mode and turn on the camera.
•
Slide the function switch to the PLAY position.
•
Slide the POWER switch in the direction indicated by the
arrow.
Scroll through the memory pages until the one want to delete is displayed.
•
Press [+] to display the next memory page or [–] to display
the previous memory page.
•
Remember that you cannot delete a protected page. If the
page you want to delete is protected, use the procedure on
page 48 to unprotect it before proceeding.
•
You cannot delete memory pages while using multi-page
display (page 37), zoom function (page 41), or auto play
(page 43).
To unhide protected memory pages
While holding down the [–] button, turn on the camera.
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Deleting Memory Pages
3.
Press DEL.
All page delete
Exit this screen
4.
•
ON/OFF
6.
* This screen clears
automatically from
the display if you do
not perform any operation for about 30
seconds.
7.
Pressing the shutter button deletes the page you selected and
displays the next page.
Repeat steps 5 and 6 as many times as you want to delete
memory pages.
•
If the page you selected in step 2
is protected, the contents of the
nearest unprotected page appear
in the above screen.
To abort the delete operation without deleting anything,
press DEL.
To delete the page whose contents are shown, press the
shutter button.
•
Press the [+] button to specify deletion of a single page.
•
After you are finished deleting pages, press DEL to exit the
delete operation.
Note
• Deleting a page causes the remaining pages to be renumbered.
Blank pages are not left inserted between non-blank pages.
* This screen clears
automatically from
the display if you do
not perform any operation for about 30
seconds.
1
2
3
Make sure that you really want to delete the page that contains the contents shown on the display.
1
2
3
The contents of the
memory page you
displayed in step 2
appear here.
5.
Operation
DEL
POWER
One-page delete
Memory Pages
•
You can use [+] and [–] to change the memory page. When
you do, protected pages are skipped (not displayed).
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4
Deleting Memory Pages
Operation
To delete all unprotected memory pages
Warning!
1.
Enter the Playback Mode and turn on the camera.
2.
Press DEL.
The following operation deletes all unprotected memory pages and
cannot be undone. Make sure that you do not need any of the images
stored in memory before performing this operation.
DEL
POWER
One-page delete
All page delete
Exit this screen
3.
4.
ON/OFF
To delete all unprotected pages, press the shutter button.
•
If there were no protected pages in memory, the message
“MEMORY EMPTY” appears on the display after all memory
pages are deleted.
•
If there were protected pages in memory, they are the only
pages that remain after the delete operation is complete.
* This screen clears
automatically from
the display if you do
not perform any operation for about 30
seconds.
Press the [–] button to specify deletion of all unprotected
pages.
•
To abort the delete operation
without deleting anything, press
DEL.
* This screen clears
automatically from
the display if you do
not perform any operation for about 30
seconds.
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Connecting
Other
Connecting
to Other to
Devices
Deleting Memory Pages
•
Devices
The camera terminals
The following message appears on the monitor whenever
you delete all unprotected memory pages while protected
memory pages are hidden (page 49).
The following describes which the camera terminal you should use
for each type of connection.
VIDEO OUT – Use this terminal when connecting to the VIDEO IN
terminal of a TV, video tape deck, video printer, or
other similar devices. Use the special video cable
that comes with the camera for such connections.
INPUT
L
R
VIDEO OUT
terminal
VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO IN
terminal of other
device
Special video
cable that comes
with camera
DIGITAL – Use this terminal to connect to a personal computer (requires optional Connection Kit) or another CASIO Digital
Camera. Connect to another digital camera as illustrated
below.
DIGITAL terminal
DIGITAL terminal*
Connecting
cable*
* The type of connecting cable you should use depends on the type
and shape of the terminals equipped on the digital camera you are
connecting to. See pages 59 through 61 for details.
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Using the Camera with a Connected Device
Connecting to Other Devices
The following section provides specific information on how you can
use the camera after connecting to various types of devices. In each
case, the camera terminal you should connect to is indicated in the
title as VIDEO and DIGITAL .
• Page numbers (page 28) are also recorded on the video tape if they
are turned on. Be sure to turn off display of page numbers if you do
not want them in the taped images.
• If the low battery indicator (page 30) is displayed while you are recording to video tape, it will also be recorded with the image. If this
happens, either replace batteries or use the AC adaptor.
Important!
• Make sure that the power of all devices is turned off before connecting them.
• You should also check the owner’s manuals of the device you are
connecting to the camera for precautions and other information.
Video Printer
Television
To print camera images on a Video Printer
VIDEO
You can use Video Printer to print copies of images in camera
memory.
VIDEO
• See page 35 of this manual for details about connecting to a television and displaying images from camera memory on a TV screen.
1. Use the special video cable that comes with the camera to connect
to the VIDEO IN terminal of the video printer.
2. Set up the video printer to print images input through its VIDEO IN
terminal.
Video Tape Deck
VIDEO
• Consult the owner’s guide that comes with the video printer for details about how to set up for printing.
You can use the video tape deck to record images from the camera.
To record camera images on video tape
3. Enter the camera Playback Mode and display the image you want
to print.
1. Use the special video cable that comes with the camera to connect
to the VIDEO IN terminal of the video tape deck.
4. Start the video printer’s print operation.
2. Set up the video tape deck to record images input through its
VIDEO IN terminal.
• Page numbers (page 28) are also included on the print if they are
turned on. Be sure to turn off display of page numbers if you do not
want them in the print.
• Consult the owner’s guide that comes with the tape deck for details
about how to set up for recording.
• If the low battery indicator (page 30) is displayed while you are printing, it will also be printed with the image. If this happens, either
replace batteries or use the AC adaptor.
3. Enter the camera Playback Mode and start the video deck record
operation.
• It is probably best to use auto play when recording camera images
to video tape, because it changes pages automatically at a preset
speed.
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Using the Camera with a Connected Device
Connecting to Other Devices
Connecting to another CASIO Digital Camera
4. Use the [+] and [–] buttons to move the pointer to the send icon.
5. After you make the setting you want, press the shutter button
again.
DIGITAL
You can connect the camera to another CASIO digital camera and
exchange image data between them. Connect the DIGITAL terminals
of the two cameras using the optionally available SB-62 connecting
cable.
• Pressing the shutter button sends the selected image to the other
camera.
• You can send only one image at a time. To send more images,
repeat steps 2 through 5.
To connect the two cameras
1. Turn both cameras off.
To receive data to this camera from another camera
2. Connect the two cameras by plugging the optional SB-62 connection cable into their DIGITAL terminals.
1. Set the function switches of both cameras to PLAY.
3. Turn both cameras on.
2. Use the [+] and [–] buttons of other camera to find the image you
want to receive.
• You will not be able to send image data to a camera whose memory
is already full (contains 96 images).
• You cannot receive images between two cameras while either of
their function switches is set to REC.
• You cannot receive multi-page display or zoomed images.
To send data from this camera to another camera
1. Set the function switches of both cameras to PLAY.
• If you try to receive a multi-page display or zoomed images, other
camera’s monitor automatically changes to normal display of page 1.
2. Use the [+] and [–] buttons of this camera to find the image you
want to send.
3. Press the shutter button of this camera.
• You cannot send images between two cameras while either of their
function switches is set to REC.
• You cannot send images while using the multi-page display or
zoom function.
Send icon
3. Press the shutter button of this camera.
Receive icon
Return to previous
display
Send icon
Receive icon
Return to previous
display
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Connecting to Other Devices
Using the Camera with a Connected Device
4. Use the [+] and [–] buttons to move the pointer to the receive icon.
Computer (Video Capture)
• As soon as you perform the above step, all of the buttons and controls on the other camera become disabled.
You can use the special video cable that comes with the camera to
connect directly to the VIDEO IN terminal of a personal computer
equipped with video capture capabilities.
5. After you make the setting you want, press the shutter button
again.
VIDEO
To transfer camera images to a personal computer (video
capture)
• Pressing the shutter button receives the selected image from the
other camera.
1. Use the special video cable that comes with the camera to connect
to the VIDEO IN terminal of the computer.
* You can receive only one image at a time. To send more images,
repeat steps 2 through 5.
2. Enter the camera Playback Mode and display the image you want
to send.
Important!
3. Perform the required operation on the computer.
Never disconnect the cable, turn power off, or change the function
switch setting while a data communication operation is in progress.
Doing so can damage the camera.
• Consult the owner’s guide that comes with the computer or its video
capture board for details about how to set up to capture images.
Important!
• With this configuration, you cannot send images from the personal
computer to the camera.
Connecting to a Computer using a Connection
Kit
• The camera can be connected directly to a personal computer or
video capture board that is equipped with a VIDEO IN terminal
(RCA pin jack). It cannot be connected directly to an S-VIDEO terminal.
Optionally available personal computer connection kits are available
to allow transfer of digital data with a personal computer. Each kit
includes special connecting cables, and software, and makes it possible to send images from the camera to a personal computer and
vice versa. Images are transferred as digital data, which minimizes
loss of image quality.
For details on connecting to your computer and how to use the software, see the user documentation that comes with the connection kit.
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Troubleshooting
Power Supply
No power
Probable Cause
Action
Sympton
1. Batteries not loaded 1. Correctly load batteries (page 13).
correctly.
2. Replace batteries with
2. Dead batteries
new ones (page 13).
3. U s e o n l y r e c o m 3. Wrong AC adaptor
mended AC adaptor .
Sudden power 1. O p e r a t i o n o f A u t o 1. Turn power back on.
failure
Power Off
2. Replace batteries with
2. Low battery power
new ones (page 13).
Use of manganese
Replace manganese
batteries.
batteries with alkaline
batteries.
indicator Low battery power
on LCD
Replace batteries (page
13).
indicator on Over exposure
LCD
Change aperture switch
setting to [●] (page 27).
indicator on Under exposure
LCD
Change aperture switch
setting to [○] (page 27).
Playback
Recording
Replace batteries (page
13).
Action
Poor color and Indoor fluorescent lighting Shoot under incandesbrightness when
cent or other non-fluoresindoors
cent lighting (page 22).
Recorded image Strong direct or reflected Change aperture setting
h a s g r e e n i s h sunlight
to [●] (F8). This condition
tinge.
is due to optical pickup
characteristics and does
not indicate camera malfunction.
C o l o r o f r e - 1. Reflection from sun- 1. Reorient the camera
corded image is
light or light from anso that light is not shinstrange.
other source
ing directly into lens.
2. Difference between 2. This difference does
Record Mode and
not indicate a problem
Playback Mode charor malfunction.
acteristics.
N o r e c o r d i n g Function switch sets to Set function switch to
REC.
w h e n s h u t t e r PLAY.
button
is
pressed
P o w e r f a i l u r e Low battery power
during self-timer
operation
Probable Cause
Poor LCD image I n c o r r e c t N O R M A L / Use NORMAL for scenfocus
MACRO switch setting ery and group photos,
and MACRO for closeups (page 25).
Recording
Symptom
Reference
No [+]/[–] button Button operation during Wait until an image is on
operation during page change
the LCD before performmulti-page dising a button operation.
play
C a n n o t s t a r t O n l y o n e i m a g e i n Auto play can be used
auto play opera- memory
only when there are two
tion
or more images in camera memory.
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Troubleshooting
Action
Sympton
Playback
All pages do not Protected memory pages Unhide protected memoappear during are hidden.
ry pages (page 49).
auto play.
Camera is con- 1. Function switch set to 1. Set function switch to
nected to a TV,
REC
PLAY (page 33).
but LCD monitor 2. Incorrect camera-TV 2. Connect correctly uscontents do not
connection
ing the special video
appear on TV
cable that comes with
screen.
the camera (page 35).
3. Wrong TV channel
3. S e l e c t t h e c o r r e c t
channel for video playback. See the TV’s
user documentation for
details.
Probable Cause
Action
Playback
Probable Cause
ALL DATA IS Protected memory pages Unhide protected memory pages by holding down
PROTECTED! are hidden.
[–] while turning power on
stays on monitor
(page 49).
and images do
not appear.
Deletion
Sympton
Reference
Delete operation 1. All pages are pro- 1. Unprotect the page
tected.
you want to delete
does not start
(page 48).
when DEL is
2. M u l t i - p a g e d i s p l a y 2. Change to a normalpressed.
(page 37) or zoom dissize, 1-page display
play (page 41)
format.
All buttons and Malfunction due to static Remove batteries and
switches do not electrical charge or strong disconnect the AC adapimpact
tor if you are using one.
operate.
Restore power and turn
the camera on. If this
does not work, contact
your dealer or an authorized CASIO service provider.
Some images Protected memory pages Unhide protected memoare missing.
are hidden.
ry pages by holding down
[–] while turning power on
(page 49).
Other
C a n n o t u s e Protected memory pages Unhide protected memomulti-page dis- are hidden.
ry pages by holding down
play.
[–] while turning power on
(page 49).
Very bright or Wrong BRIGHT setting
very dark LCD
image
Adjust the BRIGHT setting (page 11).
No buttons or Malfunction due to expos- Remove batteries and/or
switches oper- ing camera to electro- unplug the AC adaptor.
static charge.
Reload batteries and/or
ate.
plug in AC adaptor and try
operation again.
Cannot protect Protected memory pages Unhide protected memomemory pages. are hidden.
ry pages by holding down
[–] while turning power on
(page 49).
LCD monitor is Incorrect BRIGHT setting A d j u s t t h e B R I G H T
(brightness) setting.
too bright or too
dark.
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Troubleshooting
Sympton
Probable Cause
Reference
Messages
Action
Other
C a n n o t e x - 1. Incorrect cable con- 1. C o n n e c t c o r r e c t l y
change data be(page 59).
nection
tween two cam- 2. Camera connected to 2. Turn power on after
eras
connecting cable.
is not turned on.
3. Function switch sets to 3. Set function switch to
PLAY (page 33).
REC.
MEMORY FULL
All 96 memory pages are used. Pages must be deleted (page 50) before further recording is possible.
MEMORY EMPTY
No images are stored in memory.
Problem with internal memory. Contact your dealer or
MEMORY ERROR
an authorized CASIO service provider.
#1~#3
CONSULT THE
OWNER’S MANUAL!
Cannot transfer 1. S e n d i n g c a m e r a ’ s 1. Correct the situation
data (error
and try again.
memory is empty.
k e e p s o c c u r - 2. Receiving camera’s 2. Correct the situation
ring)
and try again.
memory is full
3. Receiving camera’s 3. C h a n g e f u n c t i o n
switch setting of refunction switch is in
ceiving camera to
REC position.
PLAY (page 33).
4. The message “ALL 4. The sending camera’s
protected memory
DATA IS PROTECTpages are hidden. UnED” is on the monitor
hide protected memory
of the sending camera.
pages by holding down
[–] while turning power
on (page 49).
5. Low battery (indicated 5. Replace batteries or
)
use the AC adaptor
by
(page 13).
6. Disconnection of cable 6. Securely reconnect the
during data communicable and turn power
cation
on.
K e y s o f c o n - Connected camera op- Normal operation will renected camera eration is disabled during turn when you exit data
are disabled.
data communications.
communications by pressing EXIT.
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Specifications
Reference
General
Terminals ................ DIGITAL; VIDEO OUT; DC IN 6V
Recording System ... Digital (JPEG based)/Field recording
Power Supply .......... Batteries (AA-size Alkaline batteries X 4)/AC Adaptor (AD-C60)
Signal System ......... NTSC
Battery Life .............. Approximately 2 hours
Recording Medium .. Built-in 16-Mbit flash memory
Approximately 96 images
(consecutive recording, one image per minute)
Number of Pages .... 96
Delete Functions ..... Single page; All pages (with page protect feature)
Dimensions ............. 72 (H) X 162 (W) X 49 (D)mm /
Imaging Device ....... 1/5-inch CCD (Total Number of Pixels: 250,000)
2.8" (H) X 6.4" (W) X 1.9" (D)
Lens ........................ 2 focal points with macro position: F2.8 f=4.0mm/
f=9.0mm
Weight ..................... Approximately 240g / 8.5oz (excluding batteries)
Aperture .................. F2.8/F8 manual switching
Accessories ............. Wrist strap; soft case; special video cable; Alkaline
batteries (LR6 X 4); cleaning cloth; owner’s manual
Focal Length
f = 4.0mm
Normal
Macro
F2.8
F8
50cm(1.6') ~ ∞
24cm(9.4") ~ ∞
10cm(3.9") ~ 13cm(5.1") 8cm(3.1") ~ 19cm(7.5")
f = 9.0mm
F2.8
F8
Normal
250cm(8.2') ~ ∞
120cm(3.9') ~ ∞
Macro
• The liquid crystal panel built into this camera is the product of precision engineering, with an effective pixel rate of 99.99%. This also
means, however that 0.01% of the pixels can be expected to fail to
light or to remain lit at all times.
About the camera’s backlight…
50cm(1.6') ~ 65cm(2.1') 40cm(1.3') ~ 95cm(3.1')
• The camera is equipped with a fluorescent light source to provide
the back lighting for its LCD.
Light Metering ......... TTL center point by photographic element
Exposure Metering .. Aperture priority AE
• The normal service life of the backlight is approximately six years,
when the camera is used for about two hours a day.
Exposure Range ..... EV +5 to 18
Exposure Adjustment .. -2EV to +2EV
• Should the LCD image appear abnormally dark, take the camera to
your dealer or an authorized CASIO service provider to have the
light source replaced. Note that you will be charged for this replacement.
Shutter System ....... Electronic
Shutter Speed ......... 1/8 to 1/4000 second
White Balance ......... Automatic
• Under very cold conditions, the backlight may require more time
than normal to light, or reddish bands may appear in the image.
These conditions do not indicate malfunction, and normal operation
should return at higher temperatures.
Self-timer ................. 10-second
Monitor .................... 61,380-pixel 2.5-inch TFT low-glare color LCD;
doubles as finder
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