SLIDE
SCANNER
MOBILE FILM & SLIDE SCANNER
MT4092
User Manual
EN Index
Welcome .........................................................................................2
Precaution ......................................................................................2
Preparation ....................................................................................3
Standard Accessories .................................................................3
Part Names ................................................................................3
Installing the Battery Pack ...................................................4
Charging the Battery Pack ...................................................4
Place Film / Slide Into The Holder ..........................................5
Using the Digital Image Copier .............................................6
Playback Mode .............................................................................8
Delete Mode..................................................................................9
To Link the Card to Computer.................................................9
Viewing Images from TV .........................................................10
Edit The Pictures ........................................................................11
Appendix ......................................................................................15
Icons & Indicators ......................................................................15
PC System Requirements ......................................................16
Mac System Requirements ....................................................16
Welcome
Thank you for purchasing a Digital Image Copier.
Please take a moment to read through this manual. Its
contents will send you on an educational journey into
your recorder multiple capabilities.
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Precaution
Before using Digital Image Copier, please ensure that
you read and understand the safety precautions described below. Always ensure that the Digital Image
Copier is operated correctly.
¯ Never operate Digital Image Copier inside of an
aircraft or anywhere else where operation of such
devices is restricted. Improper use creates the risk of
serious accident.
¯ Do not try to open the case of Digital Image Copier
or attempt to modify Digital Image Copier in any
way. High-voltage internal components create the
risk of electric shock when exposed. Maintenance
and repairs should be performed only by authorized
service providers.
¯ Keep Digital Image Copier away from water and other liquids. Do not use Digital Image Copier with wet
hands. Never use Digital Image Copier in the rain or
snow. Moisture creates the danger of fire and electric
shock.
¯ Keep Digital Image Copier and its accessories out
of the reach of children and animals to prevent accidents or damage to the Digital Image Copier.
¯ If you notice smoke or a strange odor coming from
Digital Image Copier, turn the power off immediately. Take Digital Image Copier to the nearest author-
ized service center for repairing. Never attempt to
repair Digital Image Copier on your own.
¯ Use only the recommended power accessories. Use
of power sources not expressly recommended for
Digital Image Copier may lead to overheating, distortion of the equipment, fire, electrical shock or
other hazards.
¯ Digital Image Copier may become slightly warm
during use. This does not indicate malfunction.
¯ If the exterior of Digital Image Copier needs cleaning, wipe it with a soft, dry cloth.
Part Names
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Liquid Crystal
Display (LCD)
Playback mode
Flip/Delete
Down button
Film Type/Up button
OK/Copy button
Power Led
Power ON/OFF
Preparation
Standard Accessories
¯ Digital Image Copier
¯ Quick Guide
¯ CD
¯ Slide Holder
¯ 135 Negative Holder
¯ 110 Negative Holder (Optional)
¯ Clean brush
¯ Adaptor
¯ USB cable
¯ TV cable
¯ Lithium Battery (Optional)
Film/Slide
Holder Slot
Battery cover
USB connector
TV out connector
SD card slot
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Brush
135 Slide holder
Installing the Battery Pack
1. Open the battery compartment cover by lightly
pressing and sliding it back as shown.
2. Insert the supplied battery. Make sure the battery
label is facing upwards and the (+ and -) ends of the
battery match to the polarities indicated in the battery compartment.
3. Snap the cover back into place.
135 Negative holder
110 Negative holder (optional)
Battery power status
Note: We suggest using bundled brush to insert into
the Digital Image Copier slot and clean the glass surface periodically to produce a clear image. Please make
sure your film negatives/mounted slides and cover
trays are clean before inserting into the Digital Image
Copier as well. Dust or dirt from the negatives and cover trays will affect the quality of your scanned images.
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Charging the Battery Pack
The battery pack is not charged at the time of purchase
and therefore needs to be charged before use. If the
battery charge becomes low while you are using the
copier, it is recommended to recharge it as soon as possible.
1. Insert the battery pack into the battery compartment
2. You may charge the battery in 2 ways:
(a) Plug the USB mini B of the supplied USB cable to
the USB port of the copier, and plug the other USB
end into the USB port of your computer/notebook.
Please charge the battery at least 5.5~6 hours prior
to your first use.
3. Red LED will light on during charging. When the battery pack is fully charged, the red LED light will be off
and you may disconnect the charging connections.
Status LED:
Red: The Image Copier is OFF, the battery is charging.
Purple: The Image Copier is ON, the battery is charged
simultaneously.
Blue: The Image Copier is ON, the battery is not charging or no battery is loaded.
Place Film / Slide Into The Holder
1. Keep the glossy surface in the upward direction.
Open the negative/ positive slide holder as Illustrated.
(b) Plug the USB mini B of the supplied AC adaptor
(optional) to the USB port of the copier, and plug the
adaptor to the
power outlet.
Please charge the
battery at least
2.5~3 hours.
2. Put a 135 positive slide/negative film/110 negative
into holder as shown.
3. Close the holder and please make sure the holder
close properly.
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1. Insert SD card into the SD card slot first.
3. Insert the loaded film/ slide holder properly into the
slot according to the ፖ or Þ sign shown on the Image Copier and film holder.
(Insert through front entrance)
2. Press Power button to
power on. Press Power
button to power off if
you do not want to use
the Image Copier.
(Insert through rear entrance)
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You can adjust the location of the film by moving the
film holder; the film holder can be moved in both directions.
Keep your picture in the rectangular white frame, improper adjustment of picture may copy the black edges of the film holder.
If the black edge of a slide film is on top or bottom of
the LCD display, tilt the copier forward or backward will
eliminate the black edge.
You may crop away the black edges later by the software.
4. To select film type on the screen.
Press Film Type Button for selection.
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135 positive (slide)
135 negative
135 black & white
110 negative
Note: Improper selection of
Film type may not get good
result.
5. Press Copy button to
convert picture to Digital image. To get the
best Digitize image wait
for the image display on
the LCD screen to adjust
the brightness until it
becomes stable. It normally take 3~4 seconds,
depending on the brightness of your film.
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Note: For power saving the copier will automatically
turns to sleep condition if you are not using it for more
than 3 minutes. You may wake up the copier by pressing any one of the button.
If the copier is not using for more than 6 minutes it will
turn off automatically.
6. Moving the film holder for next.
to reverse image to 180 de7. Press Flip button
grees. In case the slide is accidentally loaded into the
film holder in an upside down direction.
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Playback Mode
1. Press Playback button for
playback Digital image.
2. Press UP button to forward reviewing.
Press DOWN button for
backward reviewing.
Delete Mode
1. Under Playback Mode
Press Delete button once
to delete current image.
2. Press Delete button twice
to delete all images.
3. Press Delete button three
times to format SD card.
Note: Formatting SD card will
delete all the files in the card.
Download your files in the SD
card into your computer before the SD card is formatted.
2. Turn power on.
3. Press the Up button to select “SD to PC” to YES, then
press the OK button for
confirmation.
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4. To active bundled software-MediaImpression, the
images saved in SD card will be import to you computer automatically for reviewing.
Please copy the images from SD card to the designated folder or album of your computer.
To Link the Card to Computer
1. Plug the USB cable to copier and computer properly.
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Note: Bundled MediaImpression is only for images editing purpose.
The Acquire function is for Film Scanner/ Photo Scanner without TFT display.
Viewing Images from TV
1. Set TV to video mode, and plug the TV cable to copier and TV set properly. Turn power on.
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2. Press Playback button for viewing image on TV.
3. Press UP button to forward reviewing.
Press DOWN button to backward reviewing.
4. Press Playback button once more for slide show on
the TV screen.
The slide show can be stopped by pressing the Up or
Down button.
The slide show can be continued by pressing the
Playback button again.
5. Press the Playback button once more during the
slide show will terminate the TV mode and the film
scanner will return to the original stage.
6. Press Power button to turn off when no further TV
viewing.
Edit The Pictures
First, click on the picture to select, and then use the
ArcSoft MediaImpression tools to edit the pictures as
you like.
Edit
Photo Editing Tools
The Photo Editing Tools module includes a complete
set of photo enhancement, editing and retouching
controls. The windows can be stretched to provide a
large size view of the active photo. Double click the
module’s tool bar to maximize the window to fill the
computer screen. In addition to the large photo workspace, the Photo Editing Tools module includes five
distinct sets of controls:
1. Adjust
1.1 Enhance
The Enhance feature includes two types of controls:
Auto Enhance
Click the “Auto Enhance” button to improve the overall
quality of your pictures with a single click.
Manual Fix
For precise image enhancement control, adjust the
brightness, contrast and sharpen sliders.
How to enhance a photo manually:
1. Move the sliders to adjust the level of brightness,
contrast, saturation, hue and sharpen for adjustment.
2. Use the zoom slider to get a closer look at how the
adjustment affects the photo.
3. Click “Apply” if you like the result. Click “Cancel” if you
do not.
1.2 Color
This feature is designed to fix Digitize photos that have
unnatural color or appear too dark. It’s also great for fixing scanned versions of old prints that have faded or
whose colors have changed after many years.
How to fix the color of a photo:
1. Drag the color balance sliders to make the photo
color appear more natural. Add red or yellow to
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make the photo warmer. Add blue or green to make
the photo cooler.
2. Drag the Lighter/Darker slider to the left to reveal
details hidden in a dark photo or to the right to make
a faded photo look new again.
3. Click “Apply” if you like the result. Clock “Cancel” if
you do not.
1.3 Red-Eye
This feature makes it easy for you to fix a red-eye – a
common problem in flash photography.
There are two ways to fix red-eye:
Auto Fix
1. Simply click the “Fix Red-Eye” button to automatically find the fix all red-eye.
2. If not all of the red eye is fixed, use the “Click to Fix”
method.
Manual Fix
1. Use the zoom slider on the toolbar to zoom in on the
photo.
2. Drag the small white box inside the zoom navigator
to move over a red eye.
3. Place your cursor directly over the red eye and click.
4. Repeat the process until all the red eyes are fixed.
5. Click “Undo” if you make a mistake or don’t like the
result.
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1.4 Crop
This feature enables you to trim photos for a dramatic
effect or cut off the distracting parts of a picture.
How to use the crop function:
1. Choose the crop orientation (portrait or landscape).
2. Select a fixed proportion for the crop rectangle (4:6,
5:7, 8:10) or choose “Custom” if you want to use a different proportion.
3. Resize the crop rectangle by clicking and dragging
the red lines.
4. Move the crop rectangle into position by clicking
and dragging inside the red box.
5. Click “Crop”. The area inside the rectangle will be
kept, the area outside will be trimmed away.
6. Click “Undo” if you make a mistake or don’t like the
result.
1.5 Straighten
This feature enables you to fix photos that appear to
be tilted.
How to use Straighten:
1. Move the slider (or click the rotate buttons) until the
photo appears straight.
2. Use the superimposed grid lines for vertical and
horizontal reference.
3. Click “Apply” if you like the result. Click “Cancel” if you
do not.
1.6 Blur Background
This feature can be used in subtle way – to tone down
un-important background details, or for dramatic effect- by making the main subject of a photo “pop out”
of the picture.
How to use the Blur Background function:
1. With your cursor, trace a line around the person or
object you want to strand out. When you release the
mouse button, the area outside the traced line will
become slightly blurred.
2. Drag the first slider to make the transition between
the blurred and non-blurred area sharp or smooth.
3. Drag the second slider to increase or decrease the
amount of blur.
4. Click “Apply” if you like the result. Click “Cancel” if you
do not.
Saving Your Results
When you’re done editing a photo, click “Save as” to
save your results. You can choose to overwrite the original file or save a new one.
Click “Close” to exit the Photo Editing Module.
2. Retouch
2.1 Healing Brush
The Healing Brush is good for fixing dust, scratches and
removing skin blemishes.
How to use the Healing Brush to fix a skin blemish:
1. Establish a source point for the Healing Brush by
holding the Shift key and clicking on an area of the
skin that is close in color and texture to the area you
want to heal.
2. Use the zoom control to zoom in on the blemish.
3. Adjust the size of the healing brush so the cursor (circle) is only slightly larger than the blemish.
4. Paint over the blemish. The area will be concealed.
5. Click “Undo” if you make a mistake or don’t like the
result.
2.2 Clone
The Clone tool is good for the removing unwanted elements from a photo. It can also be used for a fun effect,
like moving a nose from one person t another.
How to use the Clone tool to remove a telephone pole
from the background of a photo:
1. Establish a source point for the Clone tool by holding
the Shift key and clicking on an area of the sky that
you want to use to paint over the telephone pole.
2. Adjust the brush size so the cursor (circle) is only slightly larger than the widest part of the telephone pole.
3. Click and hold your mouse button and carefully
paint over the telephone pole. Do not release the
mouse button until the job is done. The sky will be
cloned into place.
4. Click “Undo” if you make a mistake or don’t like the
result.
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2.3 Lighten/Darken
The Light/Darken tool is good for adjusting specific areas of a photo.
2.4 Smudge
Simulate the smearing of wet paint. Please click and
drag the sliders below to change the brush size and
sharpness.
2.5 Sharpen
Sharpen blurry areas. Click and drag the sliders below
to change the brush size and transparency.
2.6 Blur
Smooth out rough areas. Click and drag the sliders below to change the brush size and intensity.
2.7 Paint Brush
Allows you to “paint” on your image when you click and
drag the mouse. Click and drag the sliders below to
change the brush size and transparency.
2.8 Line
Draw a straight line in the photo. Click and drag the
sliders below to change the line width and transparency.
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2.9 Eraser
Simulate an eraser, removing the image painting by
paintbrush and line tools from your photo. Click and
drag the sliders below to change the eraser size and
effect.
3. Clipboard
Clip the pictures by selecting Rectangular, Elliptical,
Freehand, Magic want and Magnetic.
Note: For more detailed information, please refer to
the [Help section] of program.
Appendix
Icons & Indicators
Specifications
Image Sensor
1/2.5” inch 5 mega CMOS sensor,
5.17Mega pixels
Preview and review
2.4” color LCD display
Lens Specification
F=6.4, f=12.36mm 2G2P
Color Balance
Automatic
Exposure Control
Automatic
Support film size
auto cropping
135 Negative (36mm x 24mm)
110 Negative (17mm x 13mm)
Support film type
auto converting
Slide
Color Negative Film (135 & 110)
Black & White Negative Film
Focus Range
Fixed focus
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Battery Full
Delete One
Battery 2/3
Delete All
Battery 1/3
Format SD card
Battery Empty
Yes
135 Slide
No
135 Negative
Card Error
PC interface
USB 2.0
B/W 135
Card Full
Image Format
135 Negative 3:2 ratio
110 Negative 4:3 ratio
110 Negative
Card Lock
Light Source
3 white LED
Power
From USB port,
Li-ion 3.7V / 800mAh battery
Playback Mode
PC-SDcard
selection
Wait
PC-SDcard Link
connected
TV System
NTSC or PAL
Dimension
15.5 (H) x11.4 (W) x 11.9 (L) cm
Bundled Software
ArcSoft Medialmpression
Available number take in SD card
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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PC System Requirements
¯ Pentium® P4 1.2G processor
¯ Free USB2.0 port
¯ 512MB RAM
¯ 500MB free hard disk space
¯ 1024 x 768 pixel color monitor
¯ CD-ROM drive
¯ Windows XP SP2/Vista/Win7 32&64bit
Mac System Requirements
¯ PowerPC G5 or Intel Core Duo
¯ Free USB2.0 port
¯ 768MB RAM
¯ 500MB free hard disk space
¯ 1024 x 768 color monitor
¯ CD-ROM drive
¯ Mac OS 10.5 or above