Communication/Internet Operation Manual
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Communication/Internet
Operation Manual
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camera, read this manual
carefully before use. Keep the
manual handy for future use.
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How to Use the Operation Manuals
Five operation manuals are supplied with this camera.
Use each operation manual as shown below to suit the purpose.
Open the package
➜
Read This Before Proceeding!
These instructions explain the procedure for
checking the contents of the package and
loading the battery to enable you to use the
camera straightaway.
➜
Basic operation
Camera Operation Manual
This manual explains in detail the preparations to take
before using the camera together with the procedures for
shooting and playback using the various functions.
Communication/Internet
Operation Manual (this
manual)
This manual
explains the
procedures for
transmitting images
and using Internet
functions.
➜
➜
Using the communication
and Internet functions
Sending and receiving data
using the camera and a PC
Connecting to a Personal
Computer Operation
Manual
This manual explains
the procedures for
connecting the
camera to a PC,
transmitting images
from the camera to
the PC and operating
the camera from the
PC.
A useful guide for carrying around with you
Simple Operation Guide
This guide contains a simple explanation of
the most frequently used procedures,
including shooting, playback and transmitting.
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CONTENTS
How to Use the Operation Manuals ...................................................... 1
Functional Contents .............................................................................. 6
Chapter 1 Before Using the Communication and Internet
Functions
Camera Communication and Internet Functions ................................ 12
Internet Function .................................................................................. 12
Other Communication Function ........................................................... 13
The Internet ......................................................................................... 14
What is the Internet? ............................................................................ 14
Using the Internet with This Camera ................................................... 14
How the Internet Works ....................................................................... 15
Requirements for Accessing the Internet ............................................ 16
Provider ................................................................................................ 17
Dial-Up Function .................................................................................. 17
Flow Chart ........................................................................................... 18
Chapter 2 Setting the Communication Function
Preparations and Operation Flow ....................................................... 20
Have You Made a Contract With a Provider? ..................................... 20
Preparing Information before Setting ................................................... 20
Operation Flow Chart ........................................................................... 22
Setting a Dial-Up Account ................................................................... 24
Setting a New Dial-Up Account ........................................................... 24
Changing a Dial-Up Account ............................................................... 30
Deleting a Dial-Up Account .................................................................. 31
Setting the E-Mail Function ................................................................ 32
Setting the Mail Environment ............................................................... 32
Selecting a Dial-Up Account ................................................................ 36
Registering an Address in the Address Book ..................................... 37
Registering a New Address ................................................................. 37
Editing an Address ............................................................................... 39
Deleting an Address ............................................................................. 40
At the end of this manual troubleshooting for error messages,
alphabetical index and index by functions are listed for your
convenience.
2
Registering a Template ....................................................................... 41
Adding a New Template ....................................................................... 41
Editing a Template ............................................................................... 42
Deleting a Template ............................................................................. 43
Setting Quick Send ............................................................................. 44
Setting Operation ................................................................................. 44
Setting Direct Upload .......................................................................... 48
Setting the Web Page ......................................................................... 50
Setting the Web Environment .............................................................. 50
Selecting a Dial-Up Account ................................................................ 52
Setting FTP Upload ............................................................................. 53
Chapter 3 Connecting Communication Equipment
Connecting the Camera to Communication Equipment ..................... 56
Connecting Methods ............................................................................ 56
Connecting the Camera to an Ordinary Telephone Line .................... 57
Removing the Communication Card .................................................... 59
Checking the Modem Settings ............................................................ 60
Chapter 4 Sending Images After Shooting
Image Upload Function ....................................................................... 64
Upload Method ..................................................................................... 64
Selecting an Image .............................................................................. 65
Sending an Image Using Quick Send ................................................ 67
Sending an Image Directly to a Computer ......................................... 69
Setting Upload ...................................................................................... 69
Uploading an Image ............................................................................. 70
Sending an Image as an Attachment ................................................. 72
Setting Upload ...................................................................................... 72
Uploading an Image ............................................................................. 75
Sending an Image to a Fax ................................................................. 77
Setting Upload ...................................................................................... 77
Sending an Image ................................................................................ 81
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Chapter 5 Using the Communication and Internet
Functions
Using the Communication and Internet Functions ............................. 84
Types of Functions ............................................................................... 84
Using E-Mail ........................................................................................ 85
Displaying the Mail Menu .....................................................................
Composing Mail ....................................................................................
Sending Mail .........................................................................................
Checking Incoming Mail (Inbox) ..........................................................
Replying to and Forwarding Mail .........................................................
Resending Mail Waiting to be Sent (Outbox) ......................................
Sending Mail that is Still Composed (Draft Mail) .................................
85
86
87
88
91
92
93
Using Direct Upload ............................................................................ 95
Setting Upload ...................................................................................... 95
Uploading a File ................................................................................... 97
Using Fax Upload ............................................................................... 98
Setting Upload ...................................................................................... 98
Sending a File ...................................................................................... 99
Checking the Fax List ........................................................................ 100
Viewing the Web Page ..................................................................... 101
Opening the Web Browser Screen ....................................................
Operations on the Web Browser Screen ...........................................
Using the Tool Buttons .......................................................................
Displaying / Hiding the Tools .............................................................
Viewing a Web Page ..........................................................................
Moving a Page ...................................................................................
Registering Favorites .........................................................................
Viewing a Web page Using the Bookmark or History .......................
Capturing a Web Page .......................................................................
101
102
103
104
104
107
107
108
109
Uploading an HTML File ................................................................... 110
HTML Template .................................................................................. 111
Transferring the HTML Template File from a PC to the Camera ...... 112
Creating an HTML File ....................................................................... 114
Setting Upload .................................................................................... 116
Uploading an HTML File .................................................................... 117
Viewing the HTML Templates on a PC ............................................. 117
Appendix
Troubleshooting ................................................................................ 122
Index .................................................................................................. 127
4
Tips
Terms for Communication Settings .................................................. 21
PPP ................................................................................................... 26
IP Address and Domain Name ......................................................... 26
Name Server ..................................................................................... 26
SMTP and POP ................................................................................. 33
FTP .................................................................................................... 53
CC ..................................................................................................... 74
Uploaded Image ................................................................................ 82
Reply and Forward ............................................................................ 92
Scroll ............................................................................................... 102
URL ................................................................................................. 106
Link .................................................................................................. 106
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Functional Contents
Choose the function you want to use and follow the procedure on each page.
When You Use the Quick Send ...
Chapter 2
Setting the Communication Function (
Mode)
• Setting a Dial-Up Account → P.24
• Setting the E-Mail Function → P.32
• Registering an Address in the Address Book → P.37
• Setting Quick Send → P.44
➜
Chapter 3
Connecting Communication Equpment
• → P.55
➜
Chapter 4
Mode)
Sending Images After Shooting (
• Sending an Image Using Quick Send → P.67
When You Send the Image Using the E-Mail ...
Chapter 2
Setting the Communication Function (
• Setting a Dial-Up Account → P.24
• Setting the E-Mail Function → P.32
Mode)
➜
Chapter 3
Connecting Communication Equpment
• → P.55
➜
Uploading the Image in
Chapter 4
6
Mode
Sending Images After
Shooting (
Mode)
• Sending an Image as
an Attachment →
P.72
Uploading the Image in
Chapter 5
Mode
Using the
Comunication and
Internet Function (
Mode)
• Using E-Mail → P.85
When You Use the Direct Upload ...
Chapter 2
Setting the Communication Function (
• Setting a Dial-Up Account → P.24
• Setting Direct Upload → P.48
Mode)
➜
Connecting to a Personal Computer (a separate volume)
• Chapter 7, “Setting the Receiving PC for Direct Upload”
* This section describes how to configure the receiving computer
➜
Chapter 3
Connecting Communication Equpment
• → P.55
➜
Uploading the Image in
Chapter 4
Mode
Sending Images After
Shooting (
Mode)
• Sending an Image
Directly to a
Computer → P.69
Uploading the Image in
Chapter 5
Mode
Using the
Comunication and
Internet Function (
Mode)
• Using Direct Upload
→ P.95
Using the FAX Transmission
Chapter 3
Connecting Communication Equpment
• → P.55
➜
Uploading the Image in
Chapter 4
Mode
Sending Images After
mode)
Shooting (
• Sending an Image to
a Fax → P.77
Uploading the Image in
Chapter 5
Mode
Using the
Comunication and
Internet Function (
Mode)
• Using Fax Upload →
P.98
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When You Check the Received Mail or Use the other Mail
Functions ...
Chapter 2
Setting the Communication Function (
• Setting a Dial-Up Account → P.24
• Setting the E-Mail Function → P.32
Mode)
➜
Chapter 3
Connecting Communication Equpment
• → P.55
➜
Chapter 5
Using the Comunication and Internet Function (
• Using E-Mail → P.85
Mode)
When You View the Web
Chapter 2
Setting the Communication Function (
• Setting a Dial-Up Account → P.24
• Setting the Web Page → P.50
Mode)
➜
Chapter 3
Connecting Communication Equpment
• → P.55
➜
Chapter 5
8
Using the Comunication and Internet Function (
• Viewing the Web Page → P.101
Mode)
Uploading the HTML File (FTP Upload)
Chapter 2
Setting the Communication Function (
• Setting a Dial-Up Account → P.24
• Setting FTP Upload → P.53
Mode)
➜
Chapter 3
Connecting Communication Equpment
• → P.55
➜
Chapter 5
Using the Comunication and Internet Function (
• Uploading an HTML File → P.110
Mode)
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1
Chapter
Before Using the Communication
and Internet Functions
Camera Communication and
Internet Functions ................... 12
Internet Function .......................... 12
Other Communication Function ... 13
The Internet .............................. 14
What is the Internet? .................... 14
Using the Internet with This
Camera ........................................ 14
How the Internet Works ................ 15
Requirements for Accessing the
Internet ......................................... 16
Provider ........................................ 17
Dial-Up Function .......................... 17
Flow Chart ................................ 18
Camera Communication and Internet Functions
The camera’s communication and Internet functions enable you to take
advantage of the following useful functions.
Internet Function
● Sending Images by E-Mail
You can send and receive e-mail. This function is useful for sending images as
an attachment.
→ P.72 “Sending an Image as an Attachment”, → P.85 “Using E-Mail”
Note • You can send images by a simple few steps procedure using the quick
send function. → P.67 “Sending an Image Using Quick Send”
● Uploading Images to a Homepage
You can upload an HTML file to which an image has been embedded to a
server where the Web page is saved. This function is useful, for example, when
you want several people to see images.
→ P.110 “Uploading an HTML File”
● Viewing the Web Page
You can view a Web page on the Internet using the Web browser provided in
the camera. → P.101 “Viewing the Web Page”
Send an e-mail with an attachment
Computer
The Internet
Dial-up lines
View a
Web
page
Upload the image to the
homepage
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Other Communication Function
● Sending Images to a Computer
You can upload images recorded in the camera directly to a folder in the
computer (server). You can use this function, for example, to send images
which you have taken while being away from your office.
→ P.69 “Sending an Image Directly to a Computer”
→ P.95 “Using Direct Upload”
Office
Send the files to the office
computer one at a time
Computer
(Server)
Dial-up lines
FAX
Send the images to
the fax machine
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1
Before Using the Communication and Internet Functions
● Sending Images to a Fax
You can send images recorded in Text mode to a fax machine. This function is
useful for sending images to someone who does not have access to e-mail.
→ P.77 “Sending an Image to a Fax”, → P.98 “Using Fax Upload”
The Internet
This section explains how you can use the Internet and how the Internet works.
What is the Internet?
When a computer is connected to other computers, this is called a computer
network. There are many such networks all over the world. These networks can
be connected to each other by telephone line. The world’s largest computer
network connected in this way is the Internet.
Network
Using the Internet with This Camera
● Obtaining Information from a Web Page
Numerous organizations, companies,
individuals, etc. make a wide variety of
information available on a Web page on the
Internet. The Web page contains not only
text information, but images, sound and
motion pictures. By accessing the Internet,
you can view this information at will. With this
camera you can view only the text and image
information.
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Note • The Internet uses an information system called WWW (World Wide
Web) or simply Web. Web information is supplied in the form of pages
and the homepage serves as the gateway to the Web pages.
● Communicating by E-Mail
E-mail (electronic mail) is the system of exchanging messages (mail) using the
Internet. Anyone who has access to the Internet can send and receive
messages at will. The system has the major advantage of being able to deliver
messages instantly to people living far away, regardless of distance. Basically it
is text information that is exchanged, but images can also be attached.
This section provides a simple explanation of how the Web page works and
how to send and receive e-mail.
● Web Page
If you request to see a Web page, the request is delivered to the server storing
the Web page in question via the Internet. The server supplies the Web page in
response to the request.
Web Server
(computer storing
the Web pages)
Homepage
(the first page of
the Web page)
D Supply the
homepage
C Request to view
the homepage
The Internet
E The homepage will
be displayed.
B WWW (information
system) searches
the appropriate
server.
A Request to view
a homepage
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Before Using the Communication and Internet Functions
How the Internet Works
1
● E-Mail
Sending :
When a message is uploaded, it is sent first to the outgoing mail
server, and from there via the Internet to the receiver’s incoming
mail server. Each person has their own mail box in their incoming
mail server and the message is stored in the appropriate box.
Receiving : The receiver can get the message from the mail box by going to
their incoming mail server.
Outgoing mail server
Incoming mail server
Sender A
Receiver B
D The mail
C The mail will soon B The mail will be sent to
reaches the mail
be sent to the
the outgoing mail server.
incoming mail server
box of receiver
of receiver B.
B.
The Internet
F Receiver B
receives
the mail.
E Receiver B
searches
the mail.
Receiver B
A Sender A
sends a mail
to receiver B.
Sender A
Requirements for Accessing the Internet
To access the Internet, you need the following items in addition to your camera.
The software needed for viewing a Web page or sending e-mail is already
loaded in the camera.
● Communication Card
By inserting a communication card in the camera, you can use the
communication and Internet functions. Details are given in Chapter 3. → P.55
“Connecting Communication Equipment”
● Telephone and Telephone line
Depending on the environment, you need a telephone line, mobile phone, etc.
Details are given in Chapter 3. → P.55 “Connecting Communication
Equipment”
● Information Supplied by the Provider
This information includes a telephone number, account name (name of the
contractor), password, etc for accessing the Internet.
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Provider
● Making a Contract with a Provider
The provider is the company which provides the service of connecting you to
the Internet. Individual access to the Internet requires a contract with a
provider. When you make such a contract, you will be supplied with the
necessary information for accessing the Internet.
Note • If your company already has an Internet environment, you do not need
● Access Point
The contractor telephones the access point supplied by the provider and is
connected to the Internet via this point.
Internet service provider (ISP)
Access point
Dial-up lines
Contractor
Important
Note
The Internet
Entrance to
the Internet
• The provider charges a connecting fee according to the amount of
use. You are also required to pay the telephone company a charge for
calling the access point.
• Each provider offers its own services and charges vary accordingly.
For the latest information on providers, see Internet-related
magazines, etc.
Dial-Up Function
The dial-up IP connection is used to make a connection to the Internet only
when necessary. Normally, it is for accessing the Internet using the RDC-i700.
To make the dial-up IP connection, the access point (dial-up destination) and
other information must have already been set. → P.24 “Setting a Dial-Up
Account”
Note • “Dial-up IP connection” refers to being connected only when you
dialed, while “dedicated connection” refers to being constantly
connected to the Internet.
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1
Before Using the Communication and Internet Functions
to make a contract with a provider. In this case, the necessary
information can be obtained from the system administrator .
Flow Chart
The following chart shows the general flow of operation, from preparation to
actual use of the communication and Internet functions.
Set the Communication Function
➜
Set the mode dial to [
] (Setup mode) and set the
communication function. You will need the information supplied by
the provider or system administrator. → P.19 “Chapter 2”
Connect the Communication Equipment
➜
Connect the camera to the communication equipment. There are
various ways of doing this. Choose the connection method best
suited to the environment. → P.55 “Chapter 3”
Preparations are now complete.
Follow the procedures below to actually use the communication function.
➜
Send a captured Image
➜
Set the mode dial to
(Play mode) and upload an image. There
are various ways of doing this. Choose the upload method best
suited to your purpose. → P.63 “Chapter 4”
When you want to use more various functions ...
Use the Communication and Internet Functions
Set the mode dial to
(Communication mode) to use the
communication and Internet functions. As well as sending images,
you can receive images and use a variety of Internet functions. →
P.83 “Chapter 5”
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Chapter
2
Setting the Communication Function
Preparations and Operation
Flow .......................................... 20
Registering an Address in the
Address Book .......................... 37
Have You Made a Contract With a
Provider? ...................................... 20
Preparing Information before
Setting .......................................... 20
Operation Flow Chart ................... 22
Registering a New Address .......... 37
Editing an Address ....................... 39
Deleting an Address ..................... 40
Setting a Dial-Up Account ...... 24
Setting a New Dial-Up Account .... 24
Changing a Dial-Up Account ........ 30
Deleting a Dial-Up Account .......... 31
Setting the E-Mail Function .... 32
Setting the Mail Environment ....... 32
Selecting a Dial-Up Account ........ 36
Registering a Template ........... 41
Adding a New Template ............... 41
Editing a Template ....................... 42
Deleting a Template ..................... 43
Setting Quick Send ................. 44
Setting Operation ......................... 44
Setting Direct Upload .............. 48
Setting the Web Page ............. 50
Setting the Web Environment ...... 50
Selecting a Dial-Up Account ........ 52
Setting FTP Upload ................. 53
Preparations and Operation Flow
In order to use the camera’s communication and Internet functions, you need to
make a number of settings.
Have You Made a Contract With a Provider?
For access to the Internet, you must have a contract with a provider. If you do
not already have one, make the contract first before making the communication
settings.
Note • A contract with a provider is not required in the following cases:
* If the company already has an Internet environment.
* If you are only using the communication function to send images
directly to an office fax or computer.
Preparing Information before Setting
The following information is required from the provider or system administrator
before you can make the settings. The explanations in this section use an
imaginary provider, testnet, in the examples. Depending on the provider, the
terms used may vary and certain information may not be supplied. Further
details are given later. → P.24 ~
● Dial-Up Information
This information is required for accessing the Internet.
• Telephone number
: (Refer to the access point list)
• PPP account
: (Ex. testname)
• PPP password
: (Ex. 1234ABCD)
• Primary name server
: (Ex. xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) xxx = numerals from 0 to 255
• Secondary name server : (Ex. xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) xxx = numerals from 0 to 255
● Mail Information
This information is required for using e-mail.
• SMTP server name
: (Ex. smtp.testnet.com)
• POP server name
: (Ex. pop.testnet.com)
• POP account
: (Ex. testname)
• POP password
: (Ex. 1234ABCD)
• Mail address
: (Ex. testname@testnet.com)
● Direct Upload and FTP Upload Information
This information is required for sending images and other files.
• Destination server
: (Ex. ftp.testnet.com)
• Destination folder
: (Ex. /xxxx/xxxx)
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Tips
Terms for Communication Settings
The terms used for the settings may vary depending on the provider.
The following examples are given for reference.
RDC-i700 Item
Telephone number
PPP account
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2
Setting the Communication Function
Term used by Provider
: Access point
: User name, user ID, member name, screen
name, account ID, connection ID,
connection account, log-in name, PPP login name
PPP password
: Password, connection password
Primary name server
: Primary DNS, DNS server
Secondary name server : Secondary DNS
SMTP server name
: Outgoing mail server, mail server
POP server name
: Incoming mail server, mail server
POP account
: Mail account
POP password
: Mail password
Mail address
: E-mail address
Destination server
: FTP server
Operation Flow Chart
The following six communication and Internet functions can be used on this
camera.
The setting operation flow differs depending on the function. Refer to the flow
chart on the following page and follow the sequence for setting the desired
function.
• QUICK SEND
• E-MAIL
• WEB
• FTP UPLOAD
• DIRECT UPLOAD
• FAX UPLOAD
Important
Note
: This function is for sending a single image by simple
operation using e-mail.
: This function is for sending and receiving mail. You
can also attach an image to a message.
: This function is for viewing a Web page on the
Internet.
: This function is for uploading (sending) an HTML file
in which an image has been placed, and posts its
original images to a server where Web pages are
saved.
: This function is for forwarding (sending) files directly
to a computer.
: This function is for sending images to a fax machine.
• Be sure to configure the communication settings when using the
communication and Internet functions for the first time. However,
provided that you do not change the settings, configuration is not
required each time you use the communication function.
Note • There is no need to set the dial-up account if the camera is on a LAN
(internal office or home network) when using the Internet function.
• Details of how to connect the camera to a LAN, refer to “Connecting
the Camera to a Network” in the ‘Connecting to a Personal Computer’
operation manual.
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items must be set
items should be set as required
Other Communication
Function
Internet Function
E-Mail
Web
FTP
Upload
➜
➜
➜
➜
“Setting a Dial-Up Account” → P.24 (Not needed
when the camera is on a LAN)
Direct
Upload
Fax Upload
➜
Quick Send
“Setting a
Dial-Up
Account”
→ P.26
➜
➜
2
➜
➜
“Registering “Registering
an Address an Address
in the
in the
Address
Address
Book”
Book”
→ P.37
→ P.37
“Registering
an Address
in the
Address
Book”
→ P.37
➜
“Registering
a Template”
→ P.41
“Setting
Quick
Send”
→ P.44
“Setting the
Web Page”
→ P.50
“Setting
FTP
Upload”
→ P.53
“Setting
Direct
Upload”
→ P.48
➜
When you have finished configuring, proceed to Chapter 3 (P.55).
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Setting the Communication Function
“Setting the E-Mail
Function” → P.32
Setting a Dial-Up Account
This section explains how to set the telephone number, server name, etc. for
accessing the Internet.
Note • If you want to connect directly to an office computer (server) and
perform a Direct Upload, set the telephone number, server name, etc.
in the same way. → P.26 ~
Setting a New Dial-Up Account
You can set and add new dial-up accounts to the list.
■ Items for Dial-Up Setting
(Quick Send, E-Mail, Web, FTP Upload)
The following 10 items need to be set.
The setting procedure is explained later. → P.29 ~
● Dial-Up Name
This is the name of the connection. You can input simple names at will. In
general, the input name is the name of the provider or the access point.
(Example: testnet Tokyo)
● Telephone Number
This is the telephone number of the connection. Choose the nearest telephone
number from the list of access points provided and input the number. (Example:
xxx-xxx-xxxx)
Note • It is recommended if you often travel on business, prepare a dial-up
setting for each destination.
• If you use a digital mobile phone, depending on the combination of
phone type and provider, you may have to use PTE (protocol transfer
equipment). For information concerning PTE and instructions on
setting the telephone number, see the instruction manual attached to
the communication card.
● Dial Type
If you are using an ordinary telephone line, choose the type of line. Select the
for either TONE or PULSE. The factory default setting is TONE. If you are
using an ISDN or mobile phone, leave the setting on TONE.
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• TONE : Short beeps are heard when dialing
• PULSE : Long beeps are heard when dialing
Note • If the type of telephone line is not correctly set, no connection will be
made. If you do not know which type of telephone line you use,
contact the telephone company.
● External Call
When making an external call from an internal phone of the office, input
numbers from 0 to 9 to set the external call number. When the external call
number is set, it is added in front of the telephone number and dialed before the
telephone number. If you do not need an external call number, leave blank.
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● PPP Password
This is the password for accessing the Internet. Input the password in
characters. (Example: 1234ABCD)
Important
Note
• Take note of the following when entering the account and password.
* the difference between uppercase and lowercase letters
* the difference between the number “0” (zero) and the alphabet letter
“O”
* the difference between the number “1” (one) and the alphabet letters
“I” (capital i) and “l” (small L).
• Your password is very important. Make a note of your password and
keep it safe, out of sight.
● Primary Name Server
● Secondary Name Server
This is the IP address of the name server managed by your provider or system
administrator. If you have not been supplied with the address by your provider
or system administrator, leave blank. (Example: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
Important
Note
• The internet function does not work properly unless you specify the
name server. Be sure to specify the name server.
Note • The primary name server is the server you normally use. If this server
fails to function, the secondary name server will be used as an
emergency server.
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Setting the Communication Function
● PPP Account
This is the account name (the name of the contractor) for accessing the
Internet. It is also called User name, User ID, etc. (Example: testname)
● Auto Disconnect
This setting is useful when viewing a Web page. You can set the length of time
after which the telephone line will be automatically disconnected if the line is
·
to set
not used (the Internet is not accessed). Use the · buttons, or
the time in the range of 1~59 minutes. The factory default setting is 3 minutes.
● IP Address
This is the IP address for the camera. The factory default setting is blank.
Setting of the IP address is not required for normal use as it is automatically
assigned by the server. Only set the IP address if you have been supplied with
an address by the provider or system administrator.
Tips
PPP
Normally when you access the Internet, a public network is used for
dial-up IP connection. The protocol used at this time is PPP (Point-toPoint Protocol). The account used for the connection is therefore
often called the PPP account.
IP Address and Domain Name
Many computers are connected to the Internet. The IP address is
used to identify each individual computer and is expressed in the
form of [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] (xxx = numbers from 0 to 255). The domain
name is usually alphabetical as we see in the Web address
(Example: testnet.com).
Name Server
Also called DNS (Domaim Name System) server. This server
converts the alphabetized domain name to and from the IP address in
numerical expression.
This server converts the domain name specified by this camera to the
IP address and searches the target server on the Internet.
■ Items for Dial-Up Setting (Direct Upload)
The following 10 items need to be set.
The setting procedure is explained later. → P.29~
Note • Details on dial-up setting, refer to Chapter 7 “Setting the Receiving PC
for Direct Upload” in the ‘Connecting to a Personal Computer’
operation manual.
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● Dial-Up Name
This is the name of the connection. You can input simple names at will. In
general, the input name is the name of the computer of the connection.
(Example: testserver)
● Telephone Number
This is the telephone number of the connection. Input the telephone number to
which the receiving computer (modem) is connected. (Example: xxx-xxxx-xxxx)
● Dial Type
If you are using an ordinary telephone line, choose the type of line. Select
for either TONE or PULSE. The factory default setting is TONE. If you are using
an ISDN or mobile phone, leave the setting on TONE.
• TONE : Short beeps are heard when dialing
• PULSE : Long beeps are heard when dialing
Note • If the type of telephone line is not correctly set, no connection will be
made. If you do not know which type of telephone line you use,
contact the telephone company.
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● PPP Account
Input the connecting computer’s name (Example: testname)
<When the receiving computer is running Windows>
Select [Start] → [Settings] → [Control Panel] → [Network] → [Identification].
Input the computer name for the PPP account.
Note • The above explanation is Windows 98 based. The procedure for
Windows 2000 varies.
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Setting the Communication Function
● External Call
When making an external call from an internal phone of the office, input
numbers from 0 to 9 to set the external call number. When the external call
number is set, it is added in front of the telephone number and dialed before the
telephone number. If you do not need an external call number, leave blank.
<When the receiving computer is running Macintosh>
Select [Control Panels] → [File Sharing] from the Apple menu and click [Start/
Stop] tab. For the PPP account, input the user name you have set in [Owner
Name].
Note • The above explanation is MacOS 9 based. The procedure for the
previous versions than MacOS 9 varies.
● PPP Password
This is the password for connecting the computer. Input the password in letters.
(Example: 1234ABCD)
Important
Note
• Take note of the following when entering the account and password.
* the difference between uppercase and lowercase letters
* the difference between the number “0” (zero) and the alphabet letter
“O”
* the difference between the number “1” (one) and the alphabet letters
“I” (capital i) and “l” (small L).
• Your password is very important. Make a note of your password and
keep it safe, out of sight.
<When the receiving computer is running Windows>
Input the password you have set in [My
Computer] → [Dial-Up Networking] →
[Connections] → [Dial-Up Server...]
[Change Password...] for the PPP
password.
Note • The above explanation is Windows 98 based. The procedure for
Windows 2000 varies.
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<When the receiving computer is running Macintosh>
Select [Control Panels] → [File Sharing]
from the Apple menu and click [Start/
Stop] tab. For the PPP account, input
the user name you have set in [Owner
Name].
Note • The above explanation is MacOS 9 based. The procedure for the
previous versions than MacOS 9 varies.
● Primary Name Server
● Secondary Name Server
Leave blank.
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Setting the Communication Function
● Auto Disconnect
This setting is useful when viewing a Web page. Setting is not required.
● IP Address
This is the IP address for the camera. Setting is not required.
■ Setting a Dial-Up Account
This section explains the procedures for setting a dial-up account.
A Set the mode dial to [
].
The Setup menu will be displayed.
B Select [DIAL-UP SETTING].
The dial-up setting screen will be displayed.
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C Select [ADD].
D Set the various items.
There are 2 screens of settings.
See
• P.24, P.26 “Items for Dial-Up
Setting”
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” and
“How to Select the Items” in the
‘Camera’ operation manual
E When you have finished making the
settings, select [OK].
Setting is completed and the dial-up account
added on the dial-up setting screen (step C)
is displayed.
F Select [EXIT].
The screen will return to the Setup menu.
Changing a Dial-Up Account
You can change a dial-up setting that has already been registered.
A Display the dial-up setting screen.
See
• P.29 “Setting a Dial-Up Account”
Steps A and B
B Choose the setting you wish to
change from [LIST] and select [EDIT].
The selected dial-up setting will be displayed.
Note • If the dial-up account you want is not displayed, use
right of the list to display the desired dial-up account.
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or
at the
C Edit the settings.
There are two setting screens.
Important
Note
• Once a setting has been edited, it
cannot be restored. Make sure that
you want to edit a setting before
making any changes.
D When you have finished editing the settings, select [OK].
Editing is completed and the screen will return to the dial-up setting screen.
E Select [EXIT].
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The screen will return to the Setup menu.
Setting the Communication Function
Deleting a Dial-Up Account
You can delete an unwanted dial-up setting.
A Display the dial-up setting screen.
See
• P.29 “Setting a Dial-Up Account”
Steps A and B
B Choose the name you wish to delete
from [LIST] and then select [DELETE].
The delete confirmation message will be
displayed.
Important
Note
• Once a setting has been deleted, it cannot be restored. Make sure that
you want to delete a setting before you do so.
C Press the shutter release button.
The selected dial-up setting will be deleted.
Repeat steps B and C to delete more
names.
Note • To cancel deleting, select [Cancel].
D When you have finished deleting,
select [EXIT].
The screen will return to the Setup menu.
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Setting the E-Mail Function
This section explains how to set the conditions for sending and receiving mail.
Setting the Mail Environment
First set the mail environment.
■ Mail Environment Settings
Set the following 11 items.
The setting procedure is explained later. → P.34~
● SMTP Server
This is the outgoing mail server for storing uploaded mail temporarily. Input the
server name supplied by the provider or system administrator. (Example:
smtp.testnet.com or xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
● POP Server
This is the incoming mail server for storing downloaded mail. Input the server
name supplied by the provider or system administrator. (Example:
pop.testnet.com or xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
Note • In some cases the SMTP server and POP server are the same.
● POP Account
This is the account name for accessing the incoming mail server. (Example:
testname) In some cases, it is the same as the PPP account name in the dialup settings.
● POP Password
This is the password for accessing the incoming mail server. (Example:
1234ABCD) In some cases, it is the same as the PPP password in the dial-up
settings.
Important
Note
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• Take note of the following when entering the account and password.
* the difference between uppercase and lowercase letters
* the difference between the number “0” (zero) and the letter “O”
* the difference between the number “1” (one) and the letters “I”
(capital i) and “l” (small L).
• Your password is very important. Make a note of it and keep it in a
safe place, out of sight.
Tips
SMTP and POP
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is the protocol used when
sending mail between computers. POP (Post Office Protocol) is the
protocol used when receiving mail from the mail server.
● Mail Address
This is the equivalent of a name and address used to identify each person
when using e-mail. The address is made up of two parts with an @ mark in the
middle.
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Example: testname@testnet.co.jp
Account
Name
Domain Name (Name of organization in which
account name is registered)
● Sender Name
This is the sender’s name, in other words your name. It is automatically entered
in the “From:” sender column for uploaded mail. (Example: Taro Tanaka)
● Signature
The signature is a summary of the sender information (name, mail address,
telephone number, etc.). The signature that is input here is added at the end of
the message. If it is not required, leave blank.
Example:
● Automatic Deletion of Downloaded Mail
You can set whether or not you want mail stored in the incoming mail server to
be deleted after it has been downloaded. Select either YES or NO with the
button. The factory default setting is NO.
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Setting the Communication Function
Name Organization/ Type of
Country Name
Organization
Company
Name
● Maximum Mail Size to be Downloaded
You can set the mail size so that mail over a preset size is not downloaded.
·
to specify the size in 1 KB units in the range of
Use the · buttons, or
0 ~ 300 KB. If zero is set, no mail will be downloaded. The factory default
setting is [64 KB].
Note • The large size of mail may not be downloaded eventually.
● Saving Copies of Outgoing Mail
You can set whether or not you want a copy of outgoing mail to be saved in the
button for either YES or
SENT MAILS after it has been uploaded. Select the
NO. The factory default setting is [YES].
● Mail Box Size
You can set the mail box size so that downloaded mail will be saved in the
internal memory of the camera. Specify the size in 1 MB units in the range of 1
~ 6 MB. The factory default setting is [2 MB].
Note • When the maximum size of 6 MB is allocated to save the downloaded
mails, no image may be saved in the internal memory.
■ Setting Operation
This section explains the procedure for setting the mail environment.
A Set the mode dial to [
].
The Setup menu will be displayed.
B Select [MAIL/WEB SETTING].
The Mail/Web setting screen will be
displayed.
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C Select [MAIL].
D Set each item.
There are 3 setting screens.
See
• P.32 “Mail Environment Settings”
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” and
“How to Select the Items” in the
‘Camera’ operation manual
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Setting the Communication Function
E When you have finished making the
settings, select [OK].
Setting will be completed and the screen will
return to the Mail/Web setting screen.
The next section explains how to select a
dial-up account of the access point.
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Selecting a Dial-Up Account
You can select a registered dial-up account for sending e-mail.
A Select [MAIL/WEB DIAL-UP].
B Choose the desired dial-up account
from the [LIST] and select [SELECT].
The selected dial-up name and telephone
number will be displayed.
Note • The dial-up account set here is the same as for the Web setting. If you
have already set the account, you do not need to set it again. → P.52
“Selecting a Dial-Up Account”
• If the dial-up account has not yet been registered, register the name
first. → P.24 “Setting a Dial-Up Account”
C Select [OK].
The screen will return to the Mail/Web setting screen.
D Select [EXIT].
The screen will return to the Setup menu.
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Registering an Address in the Address Book
You can register information about work colleagues or friends in the address
book. You can select a registered mail address or fax number in [SEND TO]
when sending an e-mail or fax.
Note • You can register up to a maximum of 50 addresses in the address
book.
• You can register a new address or edit an address using your
computer. → P.62 “Address Book Settings” in the ‘Connecting to a
Personal Computer’ operation manual.
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Registering a New Address
Setting the Communication Function
This function enables you to register new addresses.
■ Address Book Settings
Input the following 9 items in the address book.
● NAME
Input the family name of the person you wish to register.
● FIRST NAME
Input the first name of the person you wish to register.
● COMPANY
Input the name of the company of the person you wish to register.
● TITLE
Input the title of the person.
● ADDRESS
Input the mail address. The mail address input here can be specified in [SEND
TO] when sending mail.
→ P.44 “Setting Quick Send”, P.72 “Sending an Image as an Attachment” and
→ P.86 “Composing Mail”
Important
Note
• Input the mail address correctly, differentiating between uppercase
and lowercase letters.
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● TEL NO
Input the telephone number. (Example: xxx-xxxx-xxxx)
● FAX NO
Input the fax number. (Example: xxx-xxxx-xxxx) The fax number input here can
be specified in [SEND TO] when sending a fax. → P.77 “Sending an Image to a
Fax”, P.98 “Using Fax Upload”
● CELLULAR
Input the mobile phone number. (Example: xxx-xxxx-xxxx)
● MEMO
Input the memo data.
■ Adding an Address
This section explains the procedure for adding an address.
A Set the mode dial to [
].
The Setup menu will be displayed.
B Select [ADDRESS BOOK].
The address book setting screen will be
displayed.
C Select [ADD].
D Input the necessary information with
the on-screen keypad by selecting
for each item.
There are 2 setting screens.
See
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• P.37 “Address Book Settings”
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” in
the ‘Camera’ operation manual
E When you have finished entering the
information, select [OK].
Registering is completed and the address is
added on the address book setting screen
(step C).
F Select [EXIT].
The screen will return to the Setup menu.
Editing an Address
2
This function enables you to make changes to an address that has already
been registered.
Setting the Communication Function
A Display the address book setting
screen.
See
• P.38 “Adding an Address” Steps A
and B
B Choose the address you wish to
change from [LIST] and select [EDIT].
The selected address will be displayed.
C Edit the address.
Important
Note
• Once the settings have been edited,
they cannot be restored. Make sure
that you want to edit an address
before making any changes.
D When you have finished editing,
select [OK].
Editing is completed and the screen returns
to the address book setting screen.
E Select [EXIT].
The screen will return to the Setup menu.
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Deleting an Address
This function enables you to delete unwanted addresses.
A Display the address book setup
screen.
See
• P.38 “Adding an Address” Steps A
and B
B Choose the address you want to
delete from [LIST] and select
[DELETE].
The delete confirmation message will be
displayed.
Important
Note
• Once an address has been deleted, it cannot be restored. Make sure
you want to delete an address before you do so.
C Press the shutter release button.
The selected address will be deleted.
Repeat steps B and C to delete more
addresses.
Note • To cancel deleting, select [Cancel].
D When you have finished deleting,
select [EXIT].
The screen will return to the Setup menu.
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Registering a Template
You can register frequently used phrases such as “Thank you for your
cooperation” and “I am sending an image” as templates. You can specify the
templates registered here in the message.
Note • You can register a maximum of 30 templates.
• You can register and edit templates using your computer. →
“Template Settings” in the ‘Connecting to a Personal Computer’
operation manual.
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Adding a New Template
Setting the Communication Function
This function enables you to register a template.
A Set the mode dial to [
].
The Setup menu will be displayed.
B Select [MAIL/WEB SETTING].
The Mail/Web setting screen will be
displayed.
C Select [TEMPLATE].
The template list will be displayed.
D Select [ADD].
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E Input the template data.
You can input the data in up to 60
characters.
See
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” in
the ‘Camera’ operation manual
F When you have finished entering the
data, select [OK].
Registering will be completed, and the
template will be added on the Mail/Web
setting screen (step D).
G Select [EXIT].
The screen will return to the Mail/Web setting screen.
H Select [EXIT].
The screen will return to the Setup menu.
Editing a Template
This function enables you to edit a template that has already been registered.
A Display the template list.
See
• P.41 “Adding a New Template”
Steps A~C
B Choose the template you wish to edit
from the [LIST] and select [EDIT].
The selected template details will be
displayed.
C Edit the template.
Important
Note
• Once a template has been edited, it
cannot be restored. Make sure that
you want to edit the template before
making any changes.
D When you have finished editing,
select [OK].
Editing will be completed and the screen will
return to the template list.
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E Select [CANCEL].
F Select [EXIT].
The screen will return to the Setup menu.
Deleting a Template
This function enables you to delete unwanted templates.
A Display the template list.
See
• P.41 “Adding a New Template”
Steps A~C
2
The delete confirmation message will be
displayed.
Important
Note
• Once a template has been deleted, it cannot be restored. Make sure
that you want to delete a template before deleting it.
C Press the shutter release button.
The selected template will be deleted.
Repeat steps B and C to delete more
templates.
Note • To cancel deleting, select
[CANCEL].
D When you have finished deleting,
select [EXIT].
The screen will return to the Mail/Web setting
screen.
E Select [EXIT] again.
The screen will return to the Setup menu.
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Setting the Communication Function
B Choose the template you wish to
delete from the [LIST] and select
[DELETE].
Setting Quick Send
The quick send function is useful for sending an image quickly through the Edit
mode. It is useful for sending a specified image to the same destination. In
order to use this function, you need to set the destination and dial-up account
beforehand.
See
• P.24 “Setting a Dial-Up Account”, P.32 “Setting the E-Mail Function”
and P.37 “Registering an Address in the Address Book”
Setting Operation
Quick send enables you to send an image using the e-mail function. This
section explains how to set the mail destination and dial-up account.
A Set the mode dial to [
].
The Setup menu will be displayed.
B Select [QUICK SEND].
The quick send setting screen will be
displayed.
C Enter the quick send settings.
Details of the setting procedure are explained
later.
• For the address, see “Selecting an Address
Using the Address Book” (P.45)
• For the dial-up account, see “Selecting a
Dial-Up Account” (P.45)
• For the image size, see “Setting the Image
Size” (P.46)
D When you have finished making the
settings, select [OK].
The screen will return to the Setup menu.
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■ Setting an Address Using the Address Book
This function allows you to select an address from the address book.
A Select [ADD. BOOK] on the setup
screen.
The address book setting screen will be
displayed.
B Choose the address you wish to set
from [LIST] and then select [SELECT].
2
Setting the Communication Function
The selected address will be displayed in
[SEND TO] and [E-MAIL].
Note • If the address has not been
registered, register it first. → P.37
“Registering an Address in the
Address Book”
C Select [OK].
The selected address will be displayed on the setting screen (Step A).
■ Selecting a Dial-Up Account
This function enables you to select a dial-up account.
A Select [LIST] on the setup screen.
The dial-up setting screen will be displayed.
B Choose the dial-up account you wish
to set from the [DIAL-UP LIST] and
then select [SELECT].
The dial-up details selected in [NAME] and
[TEL NO.] will be displayed.
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C Select [OK].
The selected address will be displayed on the setting screen.
Note • If the dial-up account has not been registered, register it first. → P.24
“Setting a Dial-Up Account”
■ Setting the Image Size
This function enables you to set the size of the image to be sent. Choose the
appropriate size according to whether you want to give priority to image quality
or to speed.
A Select [IMAGE SIZE] on the setup
screen.
The image size setting screen will be
displayed.
B Choose the desired image size and
then select [OK].
Setting will be completed and the image size
selected on the setting screen will be
displayed.
● NO CHANGE
You can send the image in its original size.
Select this function when you wish to give
priority to image quality.
● 1/2, 1/3, 1/6, 1/12
You can send the image by resizing it to between 1/2 and 1/12 of its original
size.
Select this function when you wish to give priority to speed rather than quality
when sending an image. The smaller the image size, the shorter the time to
send.
1/2
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1/3
1/6
1/12
Note • The large size of the captured images will take much time to send. It is
recommended to reduce the size to shorten the time required to send
the image.
• Changing the image size here does not affect the original size of the
image recorded in the camera. The factory default setting is 1/6.
● Image Size
Refer to the table below for the number of pixels after you have changed the
image size.
Value
2048 × 1536
1024 × 768
672 × 512
320 × 256
160 × 128
1024 × 768
512 × 384
320 × 256
160 × 128
64 × 64
640 × 480
320 × 240
192 × 160
96 × 80
64 × 40
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Note • The resized image will be made with the same procedure as when you
select [EDIT] → [EDIT IMAGE] → [CHANGE SIZE] and can be
checked in Edit mode. The image size wil be displayed when you
press the DISPLAY button.
Image size display
Image
size
Original size
Resized to 1/2
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Setting the Communication Function
No change
1/2
1/3
1/6
1/12
Size (No. of pixels)
Setting Direct Upload
Direct upload refers to dialing the office computer (server) and sending files
directly from the camera to a folder in the server. This section explains how to
set the dial-up account and server name used for direct upload.
Note • The modem connected to the server will be called up as a matter of
fact.
■ Direct Upload Settings
The following 3 items are set in this section.
● Dial-Up Account
Choose the dial-up account for direct upload from the list of accounts
registered beforehand.
Note • If the dial-up account has not been registered, register it first. → P.26
“Setting a Dial-Up Account (Direct Upload)”
● Destination Server
The server (the receiving server) to which the file will be sent. (Example:
ftp.testnet.com or xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) Leave blank for normal use.
● Destination Folder
Specify the folder in a server to which the file will be sent. (Leave blank for
normal use.)
<For Windows>
If you specify the folder, the file will be sent in the following way depending on
whether you specify the folder both in the receiving computer and in the
camera.
Receiving computer
Camera
Folder specified Folder specified
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Result
The file will be sent to the folder specified in
the receiving computer.*1
The folder specified in the camera will be
ignored and the file will be sent to the folder
specified in the receiving computer.*1
The file will be sent to the folder specified in
the receiving camera.*2
The error messages will be displayed in the
camera and the file will not be sent.
*1 When there is no folder specified in the computer, a folder will automatically
be created in the computer.
*2 When there is no folder specified in the computer, the error messages will
be displayed and the file will not be sent.
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Important
Note
• Take care to specify the folder correctly. Incorrect input of the folder
will result in an error as the folder will be deemed not to exist.
<For Macintosh>
Leave blank. The file will be sent to the folder you specify in the receiving
computer.
■ Setting Operation
This section explains the procedures for setting direct upload.
A Set the mode dial to [
].
2
The Setup menu will be displayed.
Setting the Communication Function
B Select [DIRECT UPLOAD].
The direct upload setup screen will be
displayed.
C Select [LIST] and choose the dial-up
account.
The selected dial-up account and telephone
number will be displayed.
See
• P.45 “Selecting a Dial-Up Account”
D Set each item.
See
• P.48 “Direct Upload Settings ”
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” in
the ‘Camera’ operation manual
E When you have finished making the
settings, select [OK].
The screen will return to the Setup menu.
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Setting the Web Page
This section describes how to set the environment for viewing the Web pages
in the Internet.
Setting the Web Environment
Set the Web environment first.
■ Web Environment Settings
The following 5 items are set in this section.
● Proxy Server (Proxy Host)
Normally the proxy server is used for security purposes. It also enables use of
the cache function for temporarily saving information on a homepage which is
frequently accessed. This is only set when supplied by the provider or system
administrator. Normally the space is left blank. (Example: proxy.testnet.com or
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
● Proxy Port
This is only set when supplied by the provider or system administrator.
Normally the space is left blank. (Example: xxxx)
● Server Without Proxy
This is only set when supplied by the provider or system administrator.
Normally the space is left blank. (Example: xxx.xxx.*.*)
● Default Homepage
You can specify the homepage you want displayed when you first access the
Internet. If you do not wish to specify a homepage, leave blank.
(Example: http://www.testnet.com/)
● Downloading Image Files
You can set whether or not you want the image files downloaded when the
button for either [YES] or [NO]. If the
Web page is displayed. Select the
image display speed is slow, you can speed it up by setting [NO].
Note • There is a limit in proxy function with this camera. The function of
authentification, etc. may not be able to use.
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■ Setting Operation
This section explains the procedure for setting the Web environment.
A Set the mode dial to [
].
B Select [MAIL/WEB SETTING].
The Mail/Web setting screen will be
displayed.
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Setting the Communication Function
C Select [WEB].
D Set each item.
There are 2 screens of settings.
See
• P.50 “Web Environment Settings”
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” in
the ‘Camera’ operation manual
E When you have finished making the
settings, select [OK].
Setting will be completed and the screen will
return to the Mail/Web setting screen.
Setting the dial-up account for the access
point is explained in the next section.
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Selecting a Dial-Up Account
You can select a dial-up account for using the Web function.
A Select [MAIL/WEB DIAL-UP].
B Choose the desired dial-up account
from the [LIST] and select [SELECT].
The selected dial-up name and telephone
number will be displayed.
Note • The dial-up account set here is the same as in the e-mail setting. If you
have already made the e-mail setting, there is no need to make the
setting here. → P.36 “Selecting a Dial-Up Account”
• If the dial-up account has not been registered, register it first → P.24
“Setting a Dial-Up Account”
C Select [OK].
The screen will return to the Mail/Web setting screen.
D Select [EXIT].
The screen will return to the Setup menu.
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Setting FTP Upload
You can upload an HTML file in which an image is embedded and its original
images to the server where the Web page is saved. This section explains how
to set the dial-up account and server name for uploading.
■ FTP Upload Settings
The following 5 items are set in this section.
● Dial-Up Account
Choose the dial-up account to be used for actually uploading the HTML file
from the list of accounts registered in advance.
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● Destination Folder
Specify the folder to which the file is to be sent. (Example: /xxxx/xxxx)
Important
Note
• Take care to specify the folder in the server correctly. Incorrect input of
the folder will result in an error as the folder will be deemed not to
exist.
● User Account
The user account is used for connecting to the FTP server, which is the FTP
upload destination. In some cases it is the same as the PPP account in the dialup setting.
● Password
The password is used when connecting to the server. In some cases it is the
same as the PPP password in the dial-up setting.
Tips
FTP
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is the protocol used when forwarding a
file on the Internet.
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Setting the Communication Function
● FTP Server Address
Specify the server to which the file is to be sent. (Example: ftp.testnet.com or
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
■ Setting Operation
This section explains the procedure for setting FTP upload.
A Set the mode dial to [
].
The Setup menu will be displayed.
B Select [FTP UPLOAD].
The FTP upload setting screen will be
displayed.
C Select [LIST] and choose the dial-up
account.
The selected dial-up name and telephone
number will be displayed.
See
• P.45 “Selecting a Dial-Up Account”
D Set each item.
There are 2 setting screens.
See
• P.53 “FTP Upload Settings”
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” in
the ‘Camera’ operation manual
E When you have finished making the
settings, select [OK].
The screen will return to the Setup menu.
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Chapter
3
Connecting Communication Equipment
Connecting the Camera to
Communication Equipment ... 56
Connecting Methods .................... 56
Connecting the Camera to an
Ordinary Telephone Line .............. 57
Removing the Communication
Card ............................................. 59
Checking the Modem
Settings .................................... 60
Connecting the Camera to Communication Equipment
This section explains how to connect the camera to communication equipment.
Connecting Methods
This section explains how to connect the camera to communication equipment.
Details of each method are explained below.
Important
Note
• To be able to connect the camera to communication equipment, you
need to purchase a communication card from a computer dealer. For
details of our recommended communication cards, refer to the
separate list of Qualified Products. For the latest information, see the
Ricoh Web site (http://www.ricoh.co.jp/r_dc).
• For details of the communication card, refer to the instruction manual
supplied with the communication card.
■ Connecting the Camera to a Standard
This method is for connecting the camera to an ordinary analog telephone line.
Modular jack
■ Connecting the Camera to the Communication Card for
Mobile Phones
There is a card type communication card with built-in mobile phone. This type
can be attached directly to the PC card slot in the camera without needing a
cable.
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To the PC card slot
Important
Note
• Use of the communication card of PC card type occupies the PC card
slot. Images recorded on the PC card cannot therefore be uploaded. In
this case, record the images onto the internal memory or a CF card.
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Connecting the Camera to an Ordinary Telephone Line
■ Requirements
• Communication card for connecting the camera to an ordinary telephone line
(modem card)
• Connection cable
Important
Note
• Use of the communication card of PC card type occupies the PC card
slot. Images recorded on the PC card cannot therefore be uploaded. In
this case, record or copy the images onto the internal memory or a CF
card.
■ Connecting Operation
Important
Note
• Make sure that the camera is turned off before inserting the
communication card in the camera. If the power is left on, it may result
in failure of the communication card or malfunction of the camera.
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Connecting Communication Equipment
This section explains how to connect the camera to a telephone line.
A Remove the telephone connection
cable (modular cable) from the
modular jack in the wall.
Note • If the connection jack for the
telephone is not a modular jack, it
will need to be converted to a
modular jack. Contact your
telephone company for further
details.
Modular cable
B Check that the camera is turned off.
C Insert the communication card into
the PC card slot in the camera.
Make sure that the communication card is
face up and insert it firmly into the slot.
D Insert the connection cable in the
communication card.
Note • For details of connecting the
connection cable to the
communication card, refer to the
instruction manual supplied with the
communication card.
E Insert the connector on the other end
of the cable into the modular jack.
Insert the cable fully into the jack until it clicks
into position.
F Check the modem settings.
→ P.60 “Checking the Modem Settings”
Connecting operation is now completed.
Note • When you have finished communicating, remove the camera
connection cable from the modular jack and replace the telephone
connection cable.
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Removing the Communication Card
When you have finished communicating, remove the communication card from
the camera.
Important
Note
• Make sure that the camera is turned off before removing the
communication card from the camera. If the power is left on, it may
result in failure of the card or malfunction of the camera.
A Check that the camera power is
turned off.
B Remove the connection cable from
the communication card.
3
Note • For details of how to remove the
Connecting Communication Equipment
cable, refer also to the instruction
manual supplied with the
communication card.
C Open the EJECT lever cover, erect the
PC card EJECT lever and push it.
The communication card will be pushed out a
little way.
D Remove the communication card
from the PC card slot by pulling it
straight out.
E Set the PC card EJECT lever to its
original position and close the EJECT
lever cover.
Important
Note
• Do not remove the communication card from the camera during
communication as this may result in failure of the card.
Note • For removing a communication card for mobile phone, perform the
above steps A,C,D and E.
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Checking the Modem Settings
Normally, when you have connected the camera to the communication
equipment, you can use the communication and Internet functions straightaway
as the various items have already been set on the most commonly used
settings at the time of shipping from the factory. However, depending on the
type of communication card used, communication may not proceed smoothly
with the settings as they are. You should therefore check the modem settings
when inserting the communication card for the first time.
Important
Note
• Provided that you do not change the type of communication card used,
there is no need to check the settings each time you use the
communication function.
■ Modem Settings
Check the following 4 items. If the communication and Internet functions do not
operate smoothly, change the settings to suit the type of communication card
used.
● Slot
Select the slot ([PCMCIA] or [CF]) to insert the communication card.
• PCMCIA : when the communication card is inserted in the PC card slot
• CF : when the communication card is inserted in the CF card slot
● Card Type
The type of communication card inserted (manufacturer and type) is displayed.
If a communication card of a type not recommended by Ricoh is used, it will not
work. Be sure to use the card recommended by Ricoh. → The separate list of
Qualified Products.
● ADD AT Command
The AT command is for controlling the communication card from the camera. If
you wish to add an AT command, select [ADD AT CMD]. Normally, it is not
necessary to make such an addition.
Note • For details of the AT command, refer to the instruction manual
supplied with the communication card.
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● Tone Confirmation
When using the dial-up function, you need to set whether or not to wait for the
for either [AFTER TONE] or [WITHOUT TONE]. The
dialing tone. Select
factory default setting is [WITHOUT TONE].
If you are using an ordinary telephone line (analog line), select [AFTER TONE],
and if you are using an ISDN or mobile phone, select [WITHOUT TONE].
• AFTER TONE: waits for the dial tone before dialing
• WITHOUT TONE: does not wait for the dial tone before dialing
Note • The dial tone refers to the sound you hear when you lift the telephone
receiver. The tone indicates that the telephone is working normally.
When using the dial-up function, you can check that the modem is
working normally by listening for the dial tone.
■ Checking the Modem Settings
3
This section explains the procedure for checking the modem settings.
].
Connecting Communication Equipment
A Turn the camera on and set the mode dial to [
The Setup menu will be displayed.
B Select [MODEM SETTING].
The modem setting screen will be displayed.
C Check the setting of each item.
Change the setting if necessary.
See
• P.60 “Modem Settings”
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D If you wish to add an AT command,
select [ADD AT CMD].
Input the AT command on this screen and
select [OK].
E When you have finished checking the
settings, select [OK].
Checking of the settings is completed and
the screen will return to the Setup menu.
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Chapter
4
Sending Images After Shooting
Image Upload Function .......... 64
Upload Method ............................. 64
Selecting an Image ...................... 65
Sending an Image Using
Quick Send .............................. 67
Sending an Image Directly
to a Computer .......................... 69
Setting Upload .............................. 69
Uploading an Image ..................... 70
Sending an Image as an
Attachment .............................. 72
Setting Upload .............................. 72
Uploading an Image ..................... 75
Sending an Image to a Fax ..... 77
Setting Upload .............................. 77
Sending an Image ........................ 81
Image Upload Function
This section explains how to send an image using the upload function in Play
mode. In this mode, you can choose the image you want to send while playing
back the images. This is the mode normally used to send images.
Upload Method
There are four ways of sending images. Refer to the table below and select the
method best suited to your purpose. Details of each upload method are given
later.
Note • Direct upload, mail upload and fax upload provide the same functions
in Communication mode.
• This chapter explains how to send images. Depending on the upload
method used, you can send voice memo files and motion picture files
as well as images. → P.84 “Using the Communication and Internet
Functions”
Quick Send Direct Upload Mail Upload Fax Upload
Upload
Preset
Unspecified
Server
Fax
destination e-mail address
e-mail address
No. of images
One image
that can be sent One still image
Selected
Selected
captured in
at one time
images*1
images*2
Text mode
*1 The number of images that can be sent at one time varies depending on the
internal processing capacity of the camera.
*2 The number of images that can be sent at one time varies depending on the
capacity of the specified mail box.
● Approximate Number of Images to be Sent
This is an example for mail upload and 2 MB of mail box size.
Image quality
(Compression rate)
Size (No. of pixels)
Fine
Normal
Economy
2048 × 1536
1024 × 768
Approx. 12
Approx. 5
Approx. 25
Approx. 10
Approx. 42
Approx. 21
640 × 480
Approx. 1
Approx. 3
Approx. 7
Note • The above numbers include those of the related files.
• When you want to increase the number of images you will send,
increase the mail box size in Setup mode. → P.34 “Mail Environment
Settings/Mail Box Size” Up to 30 images can be sent one at a time.
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Important
Note
• Before sending an image, check the communication settings and make
sure that the communication equipment is properly connected to the
camera.
→ P.19 “Setting the Communication Function”, P.55 “Connecting
Communication Equipment”
Selecting an Image
First choose the image you want to send, irrespective of whether by quick send,
direct upload, mail upload or fax upload.
A Set the mode dial to [
] (Play).
B Select the playback source using the
button.
The last image recorded will be played.
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Sending Images After Shooting
C Touch [EDIT].
● Using the Keys
Press the ENTER button.
The screen will switch to Edit mode.
D Press the MENU button and select a
folder in which images are recorded.
See
• “Setting the Folder” in the ‘Camera’
operation manual
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E Choose the image you want to send.
There are two ways of choosing an image.
● Single image playback display
Display the image you want to send and
to .
change the check box
To select more images, change the image
and repeat this procedure.
● Thumbnail playback display
Switch to thumbnail playback display and
to
on the image
change the check box
to be sent. You can choose more than one
image.
See
• “Displaying One File at a Time” and “Displaying Several Files at Once”
in the ‘Camera’ operation manual
Note • The image to be sent depends on whether you click on the check box
or not, as explained below in the table.
Display
Check box
When checked
Single
When unchecked
When checked
Thumbnail
When unchecked
Explanation
The image on which the check box has
been checked will be sent.
The image displayed on the LCD
monitor will be sent.
The image on which the check box has
been checked will be sent.
The image enclosed in a green thick
frame will be sent.
F Send the image.
•
•
•
•
“Sending an Image Using Quick Send” → P.67
“Sending an Image Directly to a Computer” → P.69
“Sending an Image as an Attachment” → P.72
“Sending an Image to a Fax” → P.77
G When uploading is finished, select [EXIT].
The Edit mode will be exited and the screen will return to the normal play
screen.
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Sending an Image Using Quick Send
Quick send is used to send an image by mail to the same destination.
Important
Note
• Before using the quick send function, you must set the destination and
image size in advance. → P.44 “Setting Quick Send”
A Check that the image you want to
send has been selected.
See
• P.65 “Selecting an Image”
B Select [QUICK SEND].
C Check the address and the image size
and select [SEND].
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Note • To cancel upload, select [CANCEL].
Sending Images After Shooting
Important
Note
• When the file size exceeds the memory size for processing the file,
error message will be displayed. Remedy it referring to the lists of
troubleshooting. → P.122 “Troubleshooting”
A connection to the Internet will be
established and the connection status will be
displayed.
Note • To cancel the connection, select
[CANCEL].
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The mark at the top of the LCD panel will
rotate clockwise while the connection is
established.
If there is any incoming mail, the mail will be
downloaded.
When downloading is finished, the image will
be sent.
When uploading is finished, the connection
will be terminated automatically and the
screen will return to the Edit mode.
When you have received the mail, the message will be displayed indicating that
the mail has reached. Read the mail in Communication mode. → P.88
“Checking Incoming Mail (Inbox)”
Note • Quick send enables you to send a selected still image to a certain
destination. The image is sent as an attachment. The name of the
image file is automatically added to the mail titles and “Image
attached” is added to the message.
Subject: RIM0001.JPG [2000/09/15 18:35]
Message: Image attached.
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Sending an Image Directly to a Computer
You can use the direct upload function to send a batch of images to an office
computer (server).
Important
Note
• Before using the direct upload function, you must make a number of
settings in advance on both the camera and the receiving computer.
Camera: → P.48 “Setting Direct Upload”
Receiving Computer: → Chapter 7 “Setting the Receiving PC for Direct
Upload” in the ‘Connecting to a Personal Computer’ operation manual.
Setting Upload
Choose the image you want to send and select the dial-up account.
A Check that the image to be sent has
been selected.
See
4
• P.65 “Selecting an Image”
Sending Images After Shooting
Note • The number of the images to be
sent depends on the processing
capacity in the camera
B Select [SEND].
The upload menu will be displayed.
C Select [DIRECT UPLOAD].
D Select [LIST] and choose the dial-up
account.
See
• P.45 “Selecting a Dial-Up Account”
E Select
at the bottom of the
screen and display the next screen.
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F Check the image to be sent.
You can also send a keypad memo or pen
memo that has been saved by the related
editing or a voice memo that has been added
to
on
to the image by changing
[RELATED FILE].
See
• “Adding a Memo or Voice Memo to
a File” in the ‘Camera’ operation
manual
Uploading an Image
Check the connection conditions and send the image.
A Select [SEND].
B Choose the image size.
See
• P.46 “Setting the Image Size”
A connection will be established and the
connection status will be displayed.
Note • To cancel the connection, select
[CANCEL].
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The mark at the top of the LCD panel will
rotate clockwise while the connection is
established.
When a connection has been successfully
established, the image will be sent.
When uploading is finished, the connection
will be automatically terminated and the
screen will return to the Edit mode.
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Sending Images After Shooting
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Sending an Image as an Attachment
You can use e-mail to send an image as an attachment.
Important
Note
• Before sending e-mail, you must make the mail settings in advance. →
P.32 “Setting the E-Mail Function”
Setting Upload
Choose the image you want to send and compose an e-mail.
A Check that the image you want to
send has been selected.
See
• P.65 “Selecting an Image”
Note • The number of images that can be
uploaded varies according to the
internal processing capacity of the
camera. → P.34
B Select [SEND].
The upload menu will be displayed.
C Select [E-MAIL].
D Select [ADD. BOOK] and choose an
address.
See
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• P.73 “Selecting an Address Using
the Address Book”
E Select
See
and enter the title using the on-screen keypad.
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” in the ‘Camera’ operation manual
F Select
on [ATTACH] and check the image to be sent.
Note • [ITEM] allows you to change the attachment file. → P.86 “Selecting an
Attachment”
G Select
See
and enter a message using the on-screen keypad.
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” in the ‘Camera’ operation manual
Note • You can also specify a template in the mail. → P.74 “Specifying a
Template”
The mail is now ready.
■ Setting an Address Using the Address Book
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Sending Images After Shooting
There are two ways to set a mail address: either select an address from the
address book, or enter the address directly in the appropriate item.
A Select [ADD. BOOK] on the mail
setting screen.
The address book setting screen will be
displayed.
B Specify the address.
Specify the address by one of the following
methods. The address specified in [SEND]
will be displayed.
● Choosing an Address from the List
Choose the address you want to specify from
[ADDRESS] and select [TO].
● Entering Directly
Enter the mail address in [NEW] and select
[TO].
See
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” in the ‘Camera’ operation manual
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Note • Repeating the step B allows you to set multiple addresses.
• You can select [CC] instead of [TO].
• To delete the address you set, select the address from [SEND TO] and
select [DELETE].
C When setting is finished, select [OK].
The address you set will be displayed on the mail setting screen (step A).
Tips
CC
“CC” stands for carbon copy. It is used to select addresses to which
you want to send the same message, in addition to the address
specified in [TO].
■ Specifying a Template
You can specify a registered template in the mail.
See
• P.41 “Registering a Template”
A Select [TEMPLATES] on the mail
setting screen.
B Edit the templates.
● Adding a Template
You can add a template to mail.
Choose the template you want to add from
[TEMPLATES] and then select [ADD]. You
can select more templates by repeating this
procedure.
● Deleting a Template
You can delete an unwanted template.
Choose the template you want to delete from
[SELECTED] and then select [DELETE].
C Select [OK].
Editing is completed and the screen will
return to the mail setting screen.
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Uploading an Image
Check the connection conditions and send the image.
A Select [SEND].
Note • To temporarily save a message that you are still composing, select
[SAVE]. The mail will be saved as a draft without being uploaded. You
can edit and send the draft later. → P.93 “Sending Mail that is Still
Composed”
B Choose the image size.
See
• P.46 “Setting the Image Size”
4
C Check the connection settings and
make any necessary changes.
Sending Images After Shooting
● Dial-Up Account
To change the dial-up account, select [DIAL
LIST].
See
• P.45 “Selecting a Dial-Up Account”
● DIAL FOR EXTERNAL CALL
and enter the external call number using the on-screen keypad.
Select
● DIAL TYPE
Select
for either [TONE] or [PULSE].
See
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” and “Using the Radio Button ( )” in
the ‘Camera’ operation manual.
• P.24, P.25 “Setting a Dial-Up Account / External Call, Dial Type”
Important
Note
• If you are sending a large size image, the [DATA SIZE] will increase
and it may not be accepted by the mail server, and the [SEND TIME]
will be longer. In this case, select [CANCEL] to return to step B and
set a smaller image size.
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D Select [Connect].
A connection to the Internet will be
established and the connection status will be
displayed.
Note • To cancel the connection, select
[CANCEL].
The mark at the top of the LCD panel will
rotate clockwise while the connection is
established.
If there is any incoming mail, it will be
downloaded before the image is sent.
When uploading is finished, the connection
will be automatically terminated and the
screen will return to the Edit mode.
Note • If there is any incoming mail, the
“New mail arrived” message will be
displayed. Switch to Communication
mode to read the mail. → P.88
“Checking Incoming Mail”
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Sending an Image to a Fax
You can use the fax upload function to send an image taken in Text mode to a
fax.
Note • The fax to which you want to send an image by fax upload must
conform to G3 standards.
Setting Upload
Choose the image you want to send and set the dial-up account and other
upload details.
A Check that the image you want to
send has been selected.
See
• P.65 “Selecting an Image”
Note • The image you can send at a time
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Sending Images After Shooting
by fax upload is the only one
displayed on the LCD monitor.
• You can only send images taken in
Text mode by fax upload.
B Select [SEND].
The upload menu will be displayed.
C Select [FAX].
The fax setting screen will be displayed.
D Set each item.
• “Setting an Address Using the Address
Book” → P.78
• “Setting the Resolution” → P.78
• “Setting the Options” → P.79
• “Editing the Cover Sheet” → P.80
Screen displayed
when [OPTIONS]
is selected
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■ Setting an Address Using the Address Book
There are two ways to set a fax address: either select an address from the
address book, or enter the address directly in the appropriate item.
A Select [ADD. BOOK] on the fax
setting screen.
The address book setup screen will be
displayed.
B Specify the address.
Specify the address by one of the following
methods. The address specified in
[ADDRESS] will be displayed.
● Choosing an Address from the List
Choose the address you want to specify from
[ADDRESS] and select [SELECT].
● Entering Directly
Enter the fax number in [NEW].
See
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” in the ‘Camera’ operation manual
C When setting is finished, select [OK].
The address you set will be displayed on the fax setting screen (step A).
■ Setting the Resolution
Select
for either [FINE] or [NORMAL]. The factory default setting is
[NORMAL].
• FINE : Select when you want clear printing of small letters
• NORMAL : Select when you want standard printing of ordinary sized letters
See
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• “How to Use the Radio Button (
)” in the ‘Camera’ operation manual
■ Setting the Options
Set the details for uploading a fax, such as whether you want information about
the sender printed (TTI) and whether you want to attach a cover sheet.
A Select [OPTIONS] on the fax setting
screen.
The fax option setting screen will be
displayed.
B Set each item.
● PRINT SENDER’S INFORMATION (TTI)
Set whether or not you want the sender’s
name printed at the top of the fax received by
for either [YES] or
the recipient. Select
[NO].
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● Cover Sheet
for
Set whether you want to have a cover sheet attached or not. Select
either [YES] or [NO]. If you select [YES], select [EDIT] and edit the cover sheet.
→ P.80 “Editing the Cover Sheet”
See
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” and “Using the Radio Button (
the ‘Camera’ operation manual.
)” in
C Select [OK].
Setting is completed and the screen returns to the upload setup screen.
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● ITEM
You can select the information to be printed.
on [NAME] , [COMPANY] or [INPUT].
Select
• NAME
: The sender’s name will be printed from owner information
• COMPANY : The company name will be printed from owner information
and enter the
• INPUT
: The name that is input will be printed. Select
name using the on-screen keypad.
■ Editing the Cover Sheet
The cover sheet is the cover that is uploaded first when you send a fax. You
can write a message freehand or draw a diagram on the cover sheet.
A Select [EDIT] on the fax option setting
screen.
The cover sheet editing screen will be
displayed.
B Write a message or draw a diagram
using the tools.
There are four types of tools for editing the
cover sheet.
See
• “Using the Tool Palette” in the
‘Camera’ operation manual.
Pen
Erase
: For writing or drawing diagrams freehand
: For erasing messages or diagrams that have been
written or drawn
Erase All
: For erasing all messages or diagrams that have been
written or drawn
Select Width of Line : For changing the thickness of the pen
C Select [SAVE].
The confirmation message will be displayed.
The edited cover sheet is saved and the screen returns to the fax option setting
screen (step A).
Note • To cancel editing of the cover sheet and return to the screen in step
A, select [CANCEL].
• Only one cover sheet can be saved.
• The created cover sheet will only be saved while you are using the fax
function. By moving to the other communication function, you will lose
the cover sheet.
• The cover sheet will be kept in the memory unless you quit the fax
function and choose the other communication function, if the
communication error, etc. occurred.
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Sending an Image
Check the connection conditions and send the image.
A Select [OK].
B Check the connection settings and
make any necessary changes.
● DIAL FOR EXTERNAL CALL
and enter the external call number
Select
using the on-screen keypad.
● DIAL TYPE
for either [TONE] or [PULSE].
Select
See
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” and “Using the Radio Button ( )” in
the ‘Camera’ operation manual
• P.24, P.25 “Setting a Dial-Up Account / External Call, Dial Type”
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Sending Images After Shooting
C Select [SEND].
A connection will be established and the
connection status will be displayed.
Note • To cancel the connection, select
[CANCEL].
The mark at the top of the LCD panel will
rotate clockwise while the connection is
established.
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When the connection has been successfully
established, the image will be sent.
When uploading is finished, the connection
will be automatically terminated and the
screen will return to the Edit mode.
Note • You can check the uploading result by the list of sent faxes. → P.100
“Checking the Fax List”
Tips
Uploaded Image
The uploaded image will be printed as shown below according to the
image size. Only one image can be printed per page and only in A4
size.
Size
Size
ABC
ABC
Upload
direction
Image is positioned in center
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Upload
direction
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Chapter
Using the Communication and
Internet Functions
Using the Communication and
Internet Functions ................... 84
Viewing the Web Page .......... 101
Displaying the Mail Menu ............. 85
Composing Mail ........................... 86
Sending Mail ................................ 87
Checking Incoming Mail (Inbox) ... 88
Replying to and Forwarding Mail .... 91
Resending Mail Waiting to be
Sent (Outbox) ............................... 92
Sending Mail that is Still
Composed (Draft Mail) ................. 93
Opening the Web Browser
Screen ........................................ 101
Operations on the Web Browser
Screen ........................................ 102
Using the Tool Buttons ............... 103
Displaying / Hiding the Tools ...... 104
Viewing a Web Page .................. 104
Moving a Page ........................... 107
Registering Favorites ................. 107
Viewing a Web page Using the
Bookmark or History ................... 108
Capturing a Web Page ............... 109
Using Direct Upload ................ 95
Uploading an HTML File ....... 110
Setting Upload .............................. 95
Uploading a File ........................... 97
HTML Template ......................... 111
Transferring the HTML Template
File from a PC to the Camera .... 112
Creating an HTML File ............... 114
Setting Upload ............................ 116
Uploading an HTML File ............ 117
Viewing the HTML Templates
on a PC ...................................... 117
Types of Functions ....................... 84
Using E-Mail ............................. 85
Using Fax Upload .................... 98
Setting Upload .............................. 98
Sending a File .............................. 99
Checking the Fax List ................. 100
Using the Communication and Internet Functions
The various functions that are available in Communication mode include not
only direct upload, mail upload and fax upload, but receiving mail and viewing
the Web page. This section explains how to use these functions.
Types of Functions
There are five types of communication and Internet functions, as shown below.
Refer to the table below to choose the function best suited to your purpose.
Details of each function are given later.
Internet
E-Mail
Web
Upload/
Browsing
Download
the Web
Still image file
Files that
Text file
can be sent Voice memo file
——
Motion picture file
Related file*1
Function
Type of
Function
Communication
FTP Upload Direct Upload Fax Upload
Upload
Upload
Upload
HTML file*2 Still image file
+
Text file
embedded Voice memo file
image file Motion picture file
Related file*1
Text file
*1 Refers to keypad memo (.TXT), pen memo (.TIF) and voice memo (.WAV)
files.
*2 Refers to the HTML file created by this camera
Important
Note
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• Before using the various functions, check that the communication
settings have been made and that the communication equipment is
correctly connected to the camera.
→ P.19 “Setting the Communication Function” and P.55 “Connecting
Communication Equipment”
Using E-Mail
This section explains how to upload and download e-mail.
Displaying the Mail Menu
A Set the mode dial to [ ]
(Communication mode).
The communication menu will be displayed.
B Select [E-MAIL].
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The mail menu will be displayed.
Choose a function from this menu and
upload or download mail. Details are given in
the next section.
“Composing Mail” → P.86
“Sending Mail” → P.87
“Checking Incoming Mail” → P.88
“Replying to and Forwarding Mail” → P.91
“Resending Mail Waiting to be Sent” →
P.92
• “Sending Mail that is Still Composed” →
P.93
•
•
•
•
•
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Composing Mail
You can compose new messages.
A Select [SEND] on the mail menu.
The mail setting screen will be displayed.
B Select [ADD. BOOK] and choose an
address.
See
• P.73 “Selecting an Address Using
the Address Book”
C Select and enter the title using the
on-screen keypad.
D Select and enter the message
using the on-screen keypad.
See
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” in the ‘Camera’ operation manual.
Note • You can also insert a template into the mail or send a file with an
attachment. → P.74 “Specifying a Template”, “Selecting an
Attachment” (See below)
• When you switch the mode dial during composing a mail, it will be
saved automatically as a draft, which can be edited or sent later. →
P.93 “Sending Mail that is Still Composed”
Composing is now completed.
■ Selecting an Attachment
Select the file to be uploaded when sending
an image file as an attachment.
A Select [ITEM] on the mail setting
screen.
B Using the
button, select the
storage memory (CF CARD, PC CARD
or IN) having the file to be attached.
The storage memory specified in
[LOCATION] will be displayed.
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C Select the file to be attached.
The selected file will be displayed in [ITEM].
● Adding an Attachment
Select
on [FOLDER] and from the list choose the folder in which the file you
want to choose is stored. Choose the file you want to add from [FILE] and then
select [ADD]. You can select more files by repeating this procedure.
● Deleting an Attachment
Choose the file you want to delete from [ITEM] and then select [DELETE].
Note • If you choose a file by [FILE], the thumbnail display will be displayed
on the right side. Check the thumbnail display when adding a file.
See
• P.64 “Approximate Number of Images to be Sent”
D Select [OK].
Setting is completed and the screen returns to the original screen.
Sending Mail
This function enables you to send the message you have composed. Before
uploading the mail, check once more for mistakes in the address or message.
Note • Select [SAVE] to temporarily save a message that you are still
composing. The mail will be saved as a draft without being sent. You
can edit the draft and send it later. → P.93 “Sending Mail that is Still
Composed”
B Choose the image size.
See
• P.46 “Setting the Image Size”
Note • This screen will only be displayed
when a still image file (.JPG) is
attached.
Important
Note
• When the file size exceeds the memory size for processing the file,
error message will be displayed. Remedy it referring to the list of
troubleshooting. → P.122 “Troubleshooting”
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A Select [SEND] on the menu screen.
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C If necessary, change the setting and
select [Connect].
See
• P.75 “Uploading an Image”
A connection will be established to the
Internet and the mail will be sent.
Note • If there is any incoming mail, it will
be downloaded automatically.
→ “Checking Incoming Mail” (See
below)
When uploading and downloading are
finished, the connection will be terminated
automatically and the screen will return to the
mail menu.
Note • Outgoing mail is saved in the outbox. You can send this mail again if
you wish. → P.92 “Resending Mail Waiting to be Sent”
• Mail which failed to be sent will be saved in the outbox. You can send
this mail later.
→ P.92 “Resending Mail Waiting to be Sent”
Checking Incoming Mail (Inbox)
This section explains how to download mail and check incoming mail.
■ Checking Incoming Mail
Normally any incoming mail is automatically downloaded when mail is
uploaded. This function enables you to check any mail that has been
downloaded.
A Select [Inbox] on the mail menu.
B Check the incoming mail from the list
of received mail.
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● Unread mail
Unread mail is indicated in red.
● Read Mail
Mail that has already been read is indicated
in black.
● Mail with an Attachment
Mail with an attachment is indicated by the
mark.
Note • To delete mail, choose the message you want to erase from the [MAIL
LIST] and select [DELETE].
C Choose the mail you want to check from the mail list and select
[OPEN].
The message will be displayed.
and
Check the message using
right of the text.
on the
Note • When you receive the HTML file, a
part of the mail message may be
downloaded as an attachment.
• If you select [SAVE ADD.], the
sender’s address will be registered
automatically in the address book.
• You can delete mail while it is
displayed by selecting [DELETE].
■ Checking Mail After Downloading
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This function enables you to download mail.
B Select [RECEIVE] from the list of
received mail.
C Confirm the connection settings and
select [CONNECT].
See
• P.75 “Uploading an Image”
The mail will be downloaded.
When downloading is finished, the screen will
return to the list of received mail.
Check the incoming mail in the same way as in steps B and C for “Checking
Incoming Mail” (P.88).
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A Select [Inbox] on the mail menu.
■ Saving Attachment Files
When you received a mail which has an attachment file such as an image file,
this function enables you to save the attachment file to the storage memory
(internal memory, CF card, PC card) of the camera. The saved file can be
checked in Play mode.
A Display the received mail.
The content of the mail will be displayed.
See
• P.88 “Checking Incoming Mail”
B Select [Save].
C Select the storage memory (CF
CARD, PC CARD, IN).
See
• “How to Use the Radio Button ( )”
in the ‘Camera’ operation manual.
D Select [OK].
The attachment file will be saved and the
screen will return to the screen of step A.
Note • The file name of the attachment will automatically be changed to the
name shown in the “AFTER RENAME” field (example: RIMG0001).
The file will be saved in the “SAVE FOLDER” folder (example:
101DOWNL).
• The related file will be saved separately.
• For information on the file types that can be played back, refer to “Files
Playable on the Camera” in the ‘Camera’ operation manual.
■ Accessing Web Page from Received Mail
When the received mail has a URL which indicates the Web address, you can
access the address by clicking the URL with the pen. The Web browser will be
launched automatically and the address will be accessed. This function is called
clickable URL.
See
• P.106 “URL”
A Display the received mail.
The contents of the mail will be displayed.
Note • P.88 “Checking Incoming Mail”
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B Touch the URL in the mail with the
pen.
The URL you can click on will be displayed in
the different color with the contents of the
mail.
C Select [OK].
The mail function will finish and the Web
browser will start.
See
• P.101 “Viewing the Web Page”
Select [CANCEL] to return to the screen of step A.
Replying to and Forwarding Mail
This section explains how to reply to or forward mail that you have received.
A Display the incoming mail.
The mail will be displayed.
See
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• P.88 “Checking Incoming Mail”
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B Select [REPLY].
The sub-menu will be displayed.
C Select the reply method.
● REPLY
A reply will be sent only to the person who
sent the mail.
● REPLY ALL
A reply will be sent to the person who sent
the mail and all persons specified in CC:.
● FORWARD
The mail will be forwarded to the specified
address.
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Tips
Reply and Forward
Reply is used when you want to reply to someone who sent you a
message. The form generally used is adding comments to the
downloaded message.
Forward is used when you want to send a received message as it is
to someone other than the person who sent it. You can also add
comments to received mail.
New mail is displayed. The sentences in the
original mail are displayed with a [>] mark in
[MESSAGE]. The address is added
automatically when a reply is sent.
D If necessary, change the title or message.
E Select [SEND] and send the mail.
See
• P.87 “Sending Mail”
Resending Mail Waiting to be Sent (Outbox)
Mail that is waiting to be sent and mail that has already been sent are saved in
the outbox. This section explains how to send mail that is waiting to be sent.
A Select [SENT MESSAGES] on the mail
menu.
The list of sent mail will be displayed.
● Mail that is waiting to be sent
This mail is indicated in red.
● Mail that has already been sent
This mail is indicated in black.
● Mail with an attachment
mark.
This mail is indicated by the
Note • You can delete mail by choosing the mail you want to erase from
[MAIL LIST] and selecting [DELETE].
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B Select the mail you want to send from [MAIL LIST] and select
[OPEN].
The message will be displayed.
C Select [RESEND].
The screen will change to the resend screen.
Note • You can delete mail while it is
displayed by selecting [DELETE].
D Check the content of the mail, and if
necessary, change the title or the
message.
E Select [SEND] to send the mail.
See
• P.87 “Sending Mail”
Note • You can resend mail that has
already been sent by the same
procedure.
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Sending Mail that is Still Composed (Draft Mail)
A Select [DRAFTS] from the mail menu.
The draft list will be displayed.
B Choose the mail you want to send
from [DRAFT LIST] and select
[OPEN].
The mail will be displayed.
Note • You can delete mail by choosing the
mail you want to erase from [DRAFT
LIST] and selecting [DELETE].
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Mail that is still being composed can be saved as a draft. This section explains
how to display and send draft mail.
C Check the content of the mail and
select [SEND].
Note • You can delete mail while it is
displayed by selecting [DELETE].
D If necessary, change the title or the
message.
E Select [SEND] again to send the
message.
See
• P.87 “Sending Mail”
When the mail has been sent, it is erased
from DRAFT and saved in the outbox.
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Using Direct Upload
This section explains how to send a file to a server using the direct upload
function.
Important
Note
• Before using the direct upload function, you must make a number of
settings in advance on the receiving computer, and the computer must
be in standby status. → “Setting the Receiving Computer for Direct
Upload” in the ‘Connecting to a Personal Computer’ operation manual
Setting Upload
You can send a file to a server. The procedure differs from that for direct upload
(play) mode in respect of choosing a file to upload.
in
A Set the mode dial to [
].
The communication menu will be displayed.
B Select [DIRECT UPLOAD].
The telephone number and destination
server of the selected dial-up account will be
displayed.
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C Select [LIST] and choose a dial-up
account.
See
• P.45 “Selecting a Dial-Up Account”
D Select
at the bottom of the
screen and display the next screen.
E Choose a file to upload.
• “Selecting a File to Upload” → P.96
If you change
to
on [RELATED FILE],
you can include a keypad memo or voice
memo added to the image file.
See
• “Adding a Memo or Voice Memo to a File” in the ‘Camera’ operation
manual.
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■ Selecting a File to Upload
Choose the file to be sent by direct upload.
A Select [SELECT FILE] on the direct
upload setting screen.
B Choose the storage memory (CF
CARD, PC CARD or IN) using the
button.
The storage memory specified in
[LOCATION] will be displayed.
C Choose the file to be uploaded.
● Adding a File for Uploading
on [FOLDER] and from the list
Select
choose the folder in which the selected file is
saved. Choose the file you want to add from
[FILE] and then select [ADD]. You can select
more files by repeating this procedure.
● Deleting a File for Uploading
Choose the file you want to delete from [ITEM] and then select [DELETE].
Note • When you choose a file by [FILE], a thumbnail display will be displayed
on the right. Check the thumbnail display when adding files.
D Select [OK].
Setting is now finished and the screen will return to the original screen.
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Uploading a File
Check the connection conditions and upload the file.
A Select [SEND].
B Choose the image size.
See
• P.46 “Setting the Image Size”
Note • The image is only displayed when
an image file is attached.
A connection will be established and the file
will be sent.
When uploading is finished, the connection
will be automatically terminated and the
screen will return to the communication
menu.
See
5
• P.70 “Uploading an Image”
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Using Fax Upload
This section explains how to send an image file to a fax.
Setting Upload
You can send an image file to a fax. The procedure differs from that for fax
(play) mode in respect of selecting a file to be uploaded.
upload in
A Set the mode dial to [
].
The communication menu will be displayed.
B Select [FAX].
The fax menu will be displayed.
C Select [SEND FAX].
The fax setting screen will be displayed.
D Set each item.
• P.99 “Selecting an Image to Send”
The following settings are the same as the
settings for fax upload in play mode.
• “Setting an Address Using the Address
Book” → P.78
• “Setting the Resolution” → P.78
• “Setting the Options” → P.79
• “Editing the Cover Sheet” → P.80
Screen displayed
when [OPTIONS]
is selected
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■ Selecting an Image to Send
Select the image file to be sent by fax.
A Select [SELECT] on the fax setting
screen.
B Choose the storage memory (CF
CARD, PC CARD or IN) using the
button.
The storage memory specified in
[LOCATION] will be displayed.
C Choose the file to be sent.
Select
on [FOLDER] and from the list
choose the folder in which the file you want
to select is saved. Choose the file you want
to send from [FILE] and select [SELECT].
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D Select [OK].
Setting is now finished and the screen returns to the fax setting screen.
Sending a File
Check the connection conditions and send the file.
A Select [OK].
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B If necessary, change the settings and
select [SEND].
See
• P.81 “Sending an Image”
A connection will be established and the file
will be sent.
When uploading is finished, the connection
will be automatically terminated and the
screen will return to the fax menu.
Checking the Fax List
This section explains how to check the record of sent files.
A Select [LIST OF SENT FAXES] on the
fax menu.
The list of sent faxes will be displayed.
B Select
or
on the right of the list
and check the list.
The date, destination fax number, number of
faxes sent and result will be displayed on the
list.
C When you have finished checking the
list, select [EXIT].
The screen will return to the fax menu.
D Select [EXIT].
The screen will return to the communication
menu.
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Viewing the Web Page
This section explains how to view the Web page on the Internet.
Opening the Web Browser Screen
This function enables you to open the Web browser screen used to view a Web
page.
A Set the mode dial to [
].
The communication menu will be displayed.
B Select [WEB].
C If necessary, change the connection
settings and select [CONNECT].
● DIAL-UP ACCOUNT
Select [DIAL LIST] to change the dial-up
account.
Using the Communication and Internet Functions
See
5
• P.45 “ Selecting a Dial-Up Account”
● DIAL FOR EXTERNAL CALL
and enter the external call number
Select
using the on-screen keypad.
● DIAL TYPE
for either [TONE] or [PULSE].
Select
See
• “Using the On-screen Keypad” and
“Using the Radio Button ( )” in the
‘Camera’ operation manual
• P.24, P.25 “Setting a Dial-Up
Account / External Call, Dial Type”
An Internet connection will be established.
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A connection will be established and the Web
browser screen will be displayed.
Note • When the URL of homepage is set
for the Web Environment, the
specified homepage will be
displayed. → P.50 “Setting the Web
Environment”
Operations on the Web Browser Screen
You can perform various operations with the pen on the Web browser screen.
● Touching a Tool Button
Select a function by touching the
tool button with the pen.
● Touching the Display Area
Using the pen, touch the link (→
P.106) on the Web page shown in
the display area.
Display area
Scroll bar
● Touching the Scroll Bar
Tool buttons
Touch the scroll bar with the pen to
move the screen display up and down, left and right.
Tips
Scroll
Part of the Web page is displayed in the display area. You can
change the display using the scroll bar on the right and bottom of the
screen to see the hidden part of the page.
Display area
Scroll up
and down
Scroll to
right and left
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Web page screen
Using the Tool Buttons
The Web browser screen is provided with an address input area and tool
buttons to use when viewing a Web page. This section explains the function of
the tool buttons. A more detailed explanation is given later.
■ Address Input Area and Tool Buttons
(Address input area)
Enter the Web page address
(Display)
: The tools are displayed.
(No display) : The tools are hided.
(Return)
(Forward)
(Stop)
■ Icons and Marks Showing Communication Status
The
mark at the bottom left of the Web browser screen and the
the LCD panel change depending on the status.
mark on
● Web Browser Screen
(connected) : Shows that a connection has been established to the
Internet.
(unconnected): Shows that the connection to the Internet has been
terminated.
● LCD panel
: Flashes while the connection to the Internet has been
established via the modem.
Disappears when the connection to the Internet is terminated.
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: Returns to the previous page.
: Proceeds to the next page.
: Stops display (reading of data) of the page. Stopping the
display does not terminate the connection.
(Reload)
: Once more reads the data of the page displayed and
updates the information.
(Home)
: Displays the page first displayed (homepage) when the
Internet connection is established.
(History)
: Displays a record of the Web pages displayed in the past.
(Bookmark) : Registers the address of the page currently displayed
(favorite pages).
(Quit)
: If selected during communication, terminates the
connection. If selected when there is no connection, exits
the Web browser and returns to the communication menu.
Displaying / Hiding the Tools
The tools are not displayed immediately after opening the Web browser screen.
This section explains how to display and hide the tools.
A Select
with the pen.
The tools will be displayed at the bottom of
will change to
.
the screen and
B Select
with the pen.
The tools will be hided.
Note • Tapping the display area hides the
tools automatically.
• When the tools are hided, the
display area is larger.
Viewing a Web Page
To display a Web page, enter the address (URL).
■ Displaying a Web page
A Select
in the address input area.
The on-screen keypad for entering letters
and numerals will be displayed. [http://] will
be automatically displayed in the input area.
B Enter the address after [http://] and
select [ENTER].
(Ex : www.ricoh.com)
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See
“Using the On-screen Keypad” in the
‘Camera’ operation manual
Important
Note
• Enter the address in letters and
numerals, distinguishing between
uppercase and lowercase letters.
The specified Web page will be displayed.
Note • You can display the area not visible
by tapping the scroll bar on the left
or at the bottom of the screen with
the pen.
The
mark on the LCD panel continues to
flash while the Web page data is being
downloaded.
Note • The
mark at the bottom left of the
screen changes to
(connected)
while the connection is established
and the connection time is also
displayed next to the
mark.
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The color of the link letters may be different or they may be underlined.
You can now view the Web page at will.
Note • You can stop display of the page (reading of the data) by selecting
(stop)
• If you select
(Reload), the data for the page displayed will be
loaded again and the information updated.
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Tips
URL
URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator and is similar to an
address showing where a Web page is located.
Ex : http://www.testnet.com/index.html
Protocol Sub
Domain
name
domain name
name
File name
The domain name is the name of an organization and is
generally the name of the provider. “www.” is not always
required.
Link
You can jump to the Web page by touching the letters, image or
button providing the link on the Web page with the pen.
Link
Jump
Jump
Link
■ Quitting the Web Browser
A Select
with the pen to display the
tool buttons.
B Select
with the pen.
The message will be displayed indicating that
the connection to the Internet has been
terminated.
C Select [OK].
Reading of the data is canceled and the connection to the Internet is
at the bottom left of the screen changes to
terminated. At this time,
(unconnected).
The Web browser is exited and the screen returns to the communication menu.
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Moving a Page
You can move to a page without entering the address. For example, you can
return to the page before the one now displayed, or you can proceed to the
next page once the page was displayed.
● To return to the page that was displayed immediately before
(return).
Select
● To advance to the page after the one now displayed
(forward).
Select
Page one before
last
Return
Return
Previous page
Forward
Page now
displayed
Forward
● To return to the homepage
(Home). The homepage referred to here is the page first displayed
Select
when the connection to the Internet is established. You can change this
homepage. → P.50 “Setting the Web Environment”
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Registering Favorites
A Display the Web page you want to
register.
B Select
with the pen to display the
tool buttons.
C Select
(Bookmark).
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You can register (insert a bookmark in) your favorite Web pages frequently
visited on the Web browser. The next time you visit the Web, you can display a
favorite page simply by selecting the registered address.
D Register the page.
● Registering a page
Add the address of the Web page currently
displayed to [LIST].
Check the [CURRENT URL] title and select
[ADD]. You can register more addresses by
repeating steps A through D.
● Deleting a registered page
Delete unwanted pages.
Choose the title you want to delete from
[LIST] and select [DELETE].
Note • You can change the title of a
registered page by selecting
[CHANGE TITLE ].
E Select [EXIT].
Registering is completed and the screen will
return to the Web browser screen.
Viewing a Web page Using the Bookmark or History
You can display a Web page using
(Bookmark) or
(History).
■ Using the Bookmark
You can display a registered Web page using the bookmark.
A Select
(Bookmark).
B Choose the title of the Web page you
wish to see from [LIST] and then
select [JUMP].
The screen will return to the Web browser
and the specified Web page will be
displayed.
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■ Using the History
The addresses of Web pages you have visited up to now have been recorded
as a history. You can display the Web page you want to see by using this
history.
A Select
with the pen to display the
tool buttons
B Select
(History).
C Choose the address of the Web page
you want to see from the record list
and then select [JUMP].
The screen will return to the Web browser
and the specified Web page will be
displayed.
Capturing a Web Page
This function enables you to capture the Web page currently displayed as a still
image and display the captured image in Play mode.
B Press the shutter release button.
The section shown in the display area will be
captured including the tool buttons.
Note • The image will be saved in the storage memory (CF CARD, PC CARD
or IN) which you can check on the LCD panel.
• The file format for the captured image is still image file / noncompressed file (.TIF).
109
Using the Communication and Internet Functions
A Display the Web page you want to
capture.
5
Uploading an HTML File
This section explains how to create the HTML file and upload it to the home
page. Follow the following procedure.
Sending the HTML Template from a PC to the Camera
Import the HTML templates in the CD-ROM
supplied to the camera.
See
• P.112 “Transferring the HTML Template
Files from a PC to the Camera”
Creating/Saving the HTML File
Use the HTML templates in the camera to create and save the
HTML file.
See
• P.114 “Creating an HTML File”
Uploading the HTML File
Upload the created HTML file
See
• P.116 “Setting Upload”
• P.117 “Uploading an HTML File”
Checking the Uploaded HTML File on a PC
Check the uploaded HTML file with the Web browser installed in
the camera.
See
• P.101 “Viewing the Web Page”
When you want to check the HTML templates and send
them to the camera
Browsing the HTML Templates on a PC
By using the computer, you can check the HTML templates saved
in the internal memory of the camera.
See
110
• P.117 “Displaying the List of the HTML Template Files”
• P.119 “Checking the HTML Template Files”
• P.120 “Deleting the HTML Template Files”
HTML Template
By creating the HTML template file, you can upload the recorded images to the
Web page. Create the HTML file from the HTML template file.
The following HTML templates with no images embedded are included in the
CD-ROM provided with this camera. You can transfer these template files to
the camera and create the HTML files.
Example using template 1
Example using template 2
Tips
5
Creating/Using a New Template File
When creating a new HTML template file or editing the current
template, you need to understand the Hypertext Markup Language
(HTML) with which the Web page will be created.
Use the HTML-authoring software to improve the efficiency of editing
the HTML files.
Read the Readme file found in [html] folder in [Templates] folder
included the CD-ROM to know how to create the HTML file and
understand the special commands.
Follow the procedure on page 112, “Transferring the HTML Template
Files From a PC to the Camera” to create the HTML template files
and transfer them to the camera.
111
Using the Communication and Internet Functions
The HTML template files are included in the CD-ROM supplied.
However, you can create a new template file and edit it as well.
Transferring the HTML Template Files from a PC to the Camera
This function allows you to read the HTML template files supplied with the CDROM and transfer them to the camera.
A Check that the camera and PC are properly connected, that the
camera and the PC are turned on, and that the camera’s mode dial
is set to [
].
• Configure the PC to use the HTML template files on a PC. Instructions
for using the PC with the HTML template files are given in Chapter 1
“Getting Started” in ‘Connecting to a Personal Computer’ operation
manual.
B Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of the PC.
C Start up the browser by the PC, input the IP address and display
the camera’s homepage.
See
• “Opening the Camera’s Homepage on the Browser” in the ‘Connecting
to a Personal Computer’ operation manual
D Click on [JOB NAVI. FUNC. SETTINGS].
E Click on [HTML TEMPLATE].
The list of the HTML templates will be displayed.
112
F Choose the storage media.
Click on [IN], [CFCARD] or [PCCARD].
Important
Note
• The HTML template files must be saved in the same storage memory
with the pasted images. Be sure to select the storage memory (internal
memory, CF card, PC card) where the images to be pasted are saved.
G Click on [Browse...].
5
H Specify the folder including the files you want to paste and select
the file and click on [Open].
The HTML template files are found in the [Html] folder in the [Template] folder
of the CD-ROM supplied.
113
Using the Communication and Internet Functions
The dialog box will be displayed to select the HTML template file.
I Click on [Transfer].
The selected HTML template file will be transferred to the camera.
Creating an HTML File
This function involves embedding a recorded image file in a pre-prepared
HTML template. The selected file and automatically created HTML file can be
uploaded directly to the Web page.
Important
Note
• The HTML template files must be saved in the same storage memory
with the embedded images.
A Set the mode dial to [
].
B With the
button select the
storage memory (CF CARD, PC CARD
or IN) where the HTML template files
and the images are being saved.
C Select [EDIT].
● Using the Buttons
Press the ENTER button.
114
D Display the image file you wish to
embed in the HTML file and change
to .
To continue selecting files, repeat step B.
● Thumbnail Playback Display
Change the check box
to
on the file.
You can select more than one file.
Note • When the check box
is not
checked, the image displayed
during single image playback
display will be sent, or the image
selected during the thumbnail
playback display will be sent.
E Press the Ô button.
F Select [HTML FILE CREATION] and
then select [OK].
5
Using the Communication and Internet Functions
G Select the HTML template in which
the image will be embedded and
select [OK].
H Select the HTML file, and then select
[OK].
The selected image will be embedded in the
HTML template and the HTML file will be
created automatically. After the HTML file
has been created, the display will return to
the Edit mode.
115
Setting Upload
Upload the HTML file to the server where the Web page is saved.
A Check that the communication
settings are correctly made and the
communication device is correctly
connected.
Note • P.19 “Setting the Communication
Functions”, P.55 “Connecting
Communication Equipment”
B Set the mode dial to [
].
The communication menu will be displayed.
C Select [FTP UPLOAD].
D Select [DIAL-UP] and choose a dialup account.
See
• P.45 “Selecting a Dial-Up Account”
E Using the
button select the
storage memory (CF CARD, PC CARD
or IN) where the HTML file is saved.
The recording source specified in
[LOCATION] will be displayed.
F Select
on [FTP FILE] and select the
file to upload.
Only one file can be selected.
Note • When a Guide List is created and
images are recorded, an xxxRLIST
folder (e.g. 101RLIST, 102RLIST) is
created for each series of images.
The folder with highest number is
the newest folder.
116
Uploading an HTML File
Check the connection conditions and upload the file.
A Select [SEND].
A connection will be established and the
HTML file and the embedded images will be
uploaded.
When uploading is finished, the connection
can be automatically terminated and the
screen will return to the Communication
menu.
Note • When uploading has been completed normally, new mail for which the
URL (address showing the location of the file) has been recorded will
be composed and saved as a draft. To check this mail, see “Sending
Mail that is Still Composed” (P.93).
Subject: FTP Upload xxx.HTM
Message: (URL for FTP upload)
• You can check the uploaded HTML file using the camera’s Web
browser or a PC browser. → P.101 “Viewing the Web Page”
5
This section explains how to display the list of the HTML templates on a PC
and how to delete them.
■ Displaying the List of the HTML Template Files
You can display the list of the HTML template files stored in the internal
memory of the camera.
A Check that the camera and PC are properly connected, that the
camera and the PC are turned on, and that the camera’s mode dial
is set to [
].
Note • For information on how to connect the camera to a personal computer,
see Chapter 1 “Getting Started” in ‘Connecting to a Personal
Computer’ operation manual.
B Start up the browser by the PC, input the IP address and display
the camera’s homepage.
See
• “Opening the Camera Homepage on the Browser” in the ‘Connecting
to a Personal Computer’ operation manual
117
Using the Communication and Internet Functions
Viewing the HTML Templates on a PC
C Click on [JOB NAVI. FUNC. SETTINGS].
The recording list will be
displayed.
D Click on [HTML TEMPLATE].
The list of the HTML templates stored in the internal memory of the camera will
be displayed.
118
E If you want to display the HTML template files stored in CF card or
in PC card, click on [CF CARD] or [PC CARD].
The list of the HTML template files in the selected memory will be displayed.
Instructions for selecting the functions on this window are given in the following
pages.
■ Checking the HTML Template Files
You can check the HTML template files stored in the storage memory.
5
See
Using the Communication and Internet Functions
A Display the list of the HTML template files you want to check.
• P.117 “Displaying the List of the HTML Template Files”
B Click on the name of the HTML template file you want to check.
119
The contents of the template file will be displayed.
■ Deleting the HTML Template Files
You can delete the HTML template files stored in the storage memory.
A Display the list of the template files you want to delete.
See
• P.117 “Displaying the List of the HTML Template Files”
B Click on [DELETE] for the HTML template file you want to delete.
The deletion confirmation message will be displayed.
Click [OK].
The HTML template file will be deleted.
120
Appendix
Troubleshooting .................... 122
Index ....................................... 127
Troubleshooting
In the case of misoperation or when processing cannot be performed due to
some problem, an error message will be displayed. This section explains the
causes of problems and how to remedy them.
■ On-screen keypad
Error Message
Cause and Remedy
Page
Cannot enter any more characters.
Exceeded maximum number of characters to
be entered. Reduce number of characters.
—
■ Communication Settings
Error Message
Cause and Remedy
Page
Address Book FULL
Address book registration limit exceeded. Delete
unwanted addresses and re-register.
P.40
Too long address name
Mail address is too long to register. Re-register
with fewer letters.
P.37
Insufficient memory to save
Not enough available memory to register any
more addresses. Delete unwanted addresses and
re-register.
P.40
TEL NO must be entered.
Telephone number has not been input in dial-up
setting. Be sure to enter telephone number
essential for dial-up setting.
P.24
■ Dial-up IP connection
Error Message
Cause and Remedy
Page
Authentification failed
Dial-up setting is incorrect. Check user name
(PPP account) and password and reset.
P.24
No response from communication
card
Communication card has not been recognized.
Check communication card setting (modem
setting). If message still appears, remove
communication card and reinsert it.
P.59
P.60
Line off or AT command ERROR
Communication cable has not been connected to
communiation card. Connect cable correctly.
P.56
AT command is incorrect in modem setting. Reset it.
P.56
Line busy
Dial-up destination is busy. Wait for a while and
establish connection again.
—
No carrier. Remote system is not
data-terminal (MODEM)
Dial-up destimnation has no data terminal
(modem) for communication. Check telephone
number of destination and reset dial-up account.
P.24
No answer
There is no response from dial-up destination.
Check telephone number of destination and reset
dial-up account.
P.24
Disconnect from remote terminal
Connection has been terminated by dial-up
destination. When you are in the middle of
communicating, check if cable has been removed
or not.
P.56
122
Error Message
Disconnect from PPP server
Cause and Remedy
Page
Connection has been terminated by
terminal (PPP server) of dial-up
destination. Wait for a while and
establish connection again.
—
■ Network Environment
Error Message
Cannot detect IP address.
Cause and Remedy
IP address is incorrect and can not be
obtained from DHCP server in network. Enter
correct IP address in [Network] in SETUP
mode and retry operation.
Page
See ‘Connecting
to a Personal
Computer’
operation manual
■ Quick Send/Mail/Web
Error Message
Cause and Remedy
Page
Setting ERROR in SMTP server
address
Mail environment setting is incorrect.
Check address of outgoing mail server and reset.
P.32
Setting ERROR in POP3 server
address
Mail environment setting is incorrect.
Check address of incoming mail server and reset.
P.32
No Mail setting
Mail settings have not been made or are incorrect.
Reset.
P.32
Mail handling ERROR
Mail processing ERROR
Error in internal mail processing. Perform
operation again. If problem persists, switch off
power and perform operation again.
Illegal input
Invalid letters have been entered.
P.32
No communication card
Communication card has not been inserted. Insert
it to card slot.
P.56
Enter user name and password
Web page which needs authentification was
accessed. Enter user name (PPP account) and
password.
—
Cannot connect.
Connection to mail server (POP/SMTP) failed.
Check mail environment setting.
P.32
P.32
No file
File was deleted when mail was read. Make a
backup file of the necessary files saved in the
internal memory and then format the internal
memory.
‘Camera’
operation
manual
NO FILE. Confirm selected file.
Selected file cannot be displayed. Retry operation. ‘Camera’
operation
If message still appears, storage memory is
manual
damaged. Make a backup file and format media.
File I/O error
Mail cannot be displayed or saved. Make a
backup file of the necessary files saved in the
internal memory and then format the internal
memory.
Mail Boxes FULL
Message storage capacity exceeded and no more
mail can be downloaded. Delete unwanted mail in
sent mails, received mails and draft mails, and
download mail.
‘Camera’
operation
manual
P.88
P.92
P.93
123
Appendix
Setting ERROR either in user name Mail environment setting is incorrect. Check POP
or password
account and POP password and reset.
—
■ Quick Send/Mail Web (continued from P.123)
Error Message
Cause and Remedy
Page
Too many attachments
Limit of mails with attachment exceeded. Delete
them from inbox or outbox.
P.88
P.92
Too many attachments to send
(max. 10 files)
Related files limit exceeded 10 attachments.
Exceeded files are automatically deleted.
P.86
Insufficient memory. Resize and
resend.
File size exceeded spool capacity and no more
mail can be uploaded. Reduce attachment size.
P.46
No content in the mail
Mail content has not been entered. Enter
message or select attachment.
P.86
No SEND TO address
Mail address has not been entered. Enter
address.
P.73
P.86
Address area full
Number of characters for mail address exceeded
limit. Reduce number of characters and reregister.
P.37
Insufficient memory for mail.
Confirm mail.
(For Quick Send)
Mail capacity is full. Delete unnecessary mails
from outbox, inbox or draft mails.
P.88
P.92
P.93
Cannot save. Same name exists.
Same names have been registered.
No QUICK SEND settings
Dial-up account has not been registered in dial-up
list (LIST). Register it and try operation.
P.24
P.45
P.67
No address
Mail address has not been registered in address
book. Register it and retry operation.
P.37
P.45
Cannot QUICK SEND this file
Files recorded in other shooting modes than in
Still Picture mode cannot be uploaded. Select files
recorded in Still Picture mode.
P.64
P.65
P.67
Insufficient memory to save
Memory capacity is too small, and new mail
cannot be composed or mail downloaded. Delete
unwanted mail from outbox, inbox or draft.
P.88
P.92
P.93
Insufficient memory
Memory capacity is too small. Delete
unwanted mail from outbox, inbox or
draft.
P.88
P.92
P.93
—
■ Web Browser
Error Message
Cause and Remedy
Page
Cannot save bookmark anymore
Registered bookmark limit exceeded. Delete
unwanted bookmarks from list and re-register.
P.109
Cannot save: too long URL
Number of letters in URL exceeded when
registering bookmark. Reduce number of letters
and re-register.
P.109
Cannot write to Flash Memory
Memory insufficient to register bookmark. Delete
unwanted bookmarks and re-register.
P.109
This URL already exists.
Same URL has already been registered.
P.109
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■ Direct Upload / HTML Upload
Error Message
Cause and Remedy
Page
Max. no. of files for uploading has been
exceeded. Reduce number of files.
P.64
P.69
P.96
Cannot open files to send
File reading failure. Resend. If error persists, file
may be unusable.
P.69
P.95
Uploading ERROR
Error during uploading. Check communication
settings and resend.
P.24
P.48
File resize ERROR
Change image size again or send in original size.
P.46
• No file selected for Direct Upload
• No file selected for FTP Upload
File has not been selected. Select file to upload.
P.64
P.69
P.96
No Dial-up name selected
Dial-up account has not been selected. Select
dial-up account.
P.45
P.69
P.95
PPP ACCOUNT must be entered.
PPP account has not been input. Input PPP
account in dial-up setting.
P.24
No upload server name setting
Destination server has not been registered. Set
destination server for Direct Upload or FTP server
address for FTP Upload.
P.48
P.53
No communication card
Communication card has not been inserted. Insert
communication card in card slot.
P.56
Cannot detect IP address
Destination server setting is incorrect and IP
address cannot be obtained. Set destination
server for Direct Upload or FTP server address for
FTP Upload.
P.48
P.53
Authentification failed
(For FTP Uoload)
FTP upload setting is incorrect. Check user
account name and password and reset.
P.53
Connection ERROR
Connection cannot be established for some
reason. Check setting for dial-up account, Direct
Upload or FTP Upload and resend.
P.24
P.48
P.53
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Appendix
Too many files for Direct Upload
■ FAX Upload
Error Message
Cause and Remedy
Page
No Communication card.
Communication card has not been inserted. Insert
communication card in card slot.
P.56
This card cannot support FAX.
Communication card not available for Fax Upload
has been inserted. Insert card supporting Fax
Upload.
P.56
Cannot extend FAX sending data.
Data inside selected file is dameged. Select
another file for upload and make a backup file of
selected files saved in storage memory (PC card,
CF card, internal memory) and format storage
memory .
‘Camera’
operation
manual
No send to address.
Select send to address
Address has not been specified. Select address.
P.78
No file selected.
Select file.
Upload file has not been selected. Select file.
P.65
P.77
P100
Cannot send file.
Select Text mode file.
Files recorded in other shooting modes than in
Text mode cannot be uploaded. Select files
recorded in Text mode.
P.64
P.65
P.77
P100
More than one files are selected. Only one file can
be uploaded one at a time for Fax Upload. Select
one file.
No file to add cover sheet.
Edit cover sheet.
Cover sheet has not been selected. Select [EDIT]
and create a cover sheet.
P.80
Dial Connection error.
Confirm send to address.
Dial connection error has occurred. Check
communication card and cable and resend fax.
P.56
Cannot send fax.
Modem error.
Dial connection error has occurred. Check
communication card and cable and resend fax.
P.56
Communication ERROR
Dial connection error has occurred. Check
communication card and cable and resend fax.
P.56
Cannot send fax.
Time over for sending.
Dial connection error has occurred. Check
communication card and cable and resend fax.
P.56
Note • If the error persists after the above remedies are taken, contact the
shop where the camera was purchased or your nearest Ricoh service
office.
126
Index
Symbols
@ mark ............................................... 33
A
Access Point ....................................... 17
Address book
Adding an address ....................... 38
Deleting an addess ....................... 40
Editing an address ........................ 39
Items for setting ............................. 37
Address input area .................... 103, 104
C
Communication card
Modem card ..................................
Removing ......................................
with built-in mobile phone .............
Communication Settings
Terms ............................................
Communication settings
Preparing Information ....................
Connecting the camera
to a standard .................................
to the communication card for
mobile phones ...............................
Cover sheet .........................................
Editing ...........................................
57
59
56
21
20
56
Uploading a file ............................. 97
Uploading an image (Play mode) ..... 70
DNS (Domaim Name System) ............ 26
Domain name ...................................... 26
Draft Mail ............................................. 93
E
E-mail .......................... 15, 16, 22, 23, 84
Accessing Web page .................... 90
Checking ....................................... 88
After downloading ................... 89
Composing .................................... 86
Forwarding .................................... 91
Replying ........................................ 91
Resending ..................................... 92
Saving attachment files ................. 90
Selecting an attachment ............... 86
Sending ......................................... 87
Sending mail that is still
composed ..................................... 93
Setting operation ........................... 34
Setting the environment ................ 32
Error message ................................... 122
F
56
79
80
Dedicated connection ......................... 17
Dial type
Pulse ........................................ 24, 27
Tone ........................................ 24, 27
Dial-up IP connection .......................... 17
Adding a new dial-up account
E-mail ....................................... 24
FTP Upload .............................. 24
Web ......................................... 24
Changing a dial-up account ......... 30
Deleting a dial-up account ............ 31
Modem .......................................... 60
Direct upload ..................... 22, 23, 64, 84
Setting (Communication mode) .... 95
Setting operation ........................... 49
I
Image
Selecting (Play mode) ................... 65
Image Size .......................................... 47
IP address ..................................... 26, 29
127
Appendix
D
Favorites
Registering .................................. 107
Fax upload ........................ 22, 23, 64, 84
Communication mode ................... 98
List of sent faxes ......................... 100
Options .......................................... 79
Play mode ..................................... 77
Setting the resolution ..................... 78
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) ................ 53
FTP upload.............................. 22, 23, 84
Setting ........................................... 53
SMTP server ....................................... 32
L
LAN
Connecting the camera to a .......... 22
Link .................................................... 106
M
Mail address ........................................
Mail box size .......................................
Mail server ...........................................
Mail upload ..........................................
Maximum mail size to be
downloaded .........................................
Modem
Checking the settings ...................
Setting
ADD AT command ...................
Card type .................................
Slot ...........................................
Tone confirmation ....................
Modular cable ......................................
33
34
16
64
34
60
60
60
61
58
O
P
33
32
32
32
26
79
17
24
Q
Quick send .............................. 22, 23, 64
Selecting a dial-up account .......... 45
Sending an image ......................... 67
Setting an address ........................ 45
Setting operation ........................... 44
Setting the image size ................... 46
S
Scroll ................................................. 102
Sender name ....................................... 33
Signature ............................................. 33
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) .... 33
128
41
43
42
74
14
U
URL ................................................... 106
W
61
Outbox ................................................. 92
POP (Post Office Protocol) .................
POP account .......................................
POP password ....................................
POP server ..........................................
PPP .....................................................
PRINT SENDER’S INFORMATION
(TTI) ....................................................
Provider ...............................................
PTE (protocol transfer equipment) ......
T
Template
Adding ...........................................
Deleting .........................................
Editing ...........................................
Specifying in the mail ....................
The Internet .........................................
Web ......................................... 22, 23, 84
Web Browser ..................................... 101
Web browser screen
Display area ................................ 102
Scroll bar ..................................... 103
Tool buttons ................................. 103
Web page ...................................... 14, 15
Environment settings ..................... 50
Moving ......................................... 107
Setting operation ........................... 51
Setting the dial-up account ........... 52
Viewing ................................ 101, 104
Bookmark ............................... 108
History .................................... 108
Web Server ......................................... 15
WWW (World Wide Web) .................... 15
SETUP Mode (
)
Camera
Camera
Camera
Camera
Camera
P.43
P.39
P.116
P.117
P.117
LANGUAGE
VIDEO OUT MODE
LCD CONFIRMATION TIME
MAIL/WEB SETTING
DIAL-UP SETTING
Camera
P.119
Camera
P.119
Camera
P.120
Communication/Internet P.32,41,50
Communication/Internet
P.24
DIRECT UPLOAD
ADDRESS BOOK
JOB Navi.
FTP UPLOAD
QUICK SEND
Communication/Internet
P.48
Communication/Internet
P.37
Connecting to a Personal Computer P.122
Communication/Internet
P.53
Communication/Internet
P.44
OWNER INFORMATION
FOLDERS
NETWORK
PC CONNECTION
MODEM SETTING
Camera
P.42
Camera
P.121
Connecting to a Personal Computer P.160
Connecting to a Personal Computer P.158
Communication/Internet
P.60
MODEM/LAN
Connecting to a Personal Computer P.162
TOUCH SCREEN CALIBRATION Camera
P.29
OPTIONS
Camera
P.122,123
129
Appendix
FORMAT
DATE SETTING
KEEP SETTING
BEEP SOUND
AUTO POWER OFF
Recording Mode (
◆ Ô Button
130
,
,
,
,
)
FOLDER
VOICE MEMO
FOCUS MODE
DATE IMPRINT
FLASH STRENGTH
Camera
Camera
Camera
Camera
Camera
P.51
P.61
P.70
P.71
P.63
ISO SENSITIVITY
AUTO BRACKET
REDEYE REDUCTION
NON-COMPRESSED MODE
MONOCHROME MODE
Camera
Camera
Camera
Camera
Camera
P.72
P.73
P.74
P.75
P.76
INTERVAL MODE
SOFT MODE
TIME EXPOSURE MODE
SIGNATURE
Camera
Camera
Camera
Camera
P.77
P.78
P.79
P.80
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
(only in Text mode)
Camera
P.81
Connecting to a Personal Computer
P.102
Play Mode (
)
Camera
Camera
Camera
Camera
EDIT IMAGE
MEMO
COPY/MOVE
SEND
QUICK SEND
Camera
Camera
Camera
Communication/Internet
Communication/Internet
FOLDER
PROTECT
DELETE ALL IMAGES
AUTO PLAYBACK
Camera
Camera
Camera
Camera
P.89,90
P.91
P.103
P.112
P.94
P.97
P.92
P.69,72,77
P.67
◆ MENU Button
P.100
P.100
P.113
P.101
◆ Edit Mode → Ô Button
P.114
P.108
P.106
131
Appendix
HTML FILE CREATION Communication/Internet
PRESENTATION
Camera
NEW PRESENTATION Camera
PC Mode (
)
Connecting to a Personal Computer
Communication Mode (
)
E-MAIL
DIRECT UPLOAD
FAX
WEB
FTP UPLOAD
132
Communication/Internet
Communication/Internet
Communication/Internet
Communication/Internet
Communication/Internet
P.85
P.95
P.98
P.101
P.116
Declaration of Conformity
“The Product complies with the requirements of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.”
Appendix
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INFORMATION TO THE USER
USA FCC Part15 Class B
The 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, user, 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. In 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:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment to outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. (FCC 15.105B)
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. (FCC 15.21)
Properly shielded and grounded cables and connectors must be used for connection to a host computer in order to comply with FCC emission limits. (FCC 15.27)
An AC adapter with a ferrite core must be used for RF interference suppression.
COMPLIANCE INFORMATION STATEMENT
Product Name: IMAGE CAPTURING DEVICE
Model Number: RDC-i700
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.
RICOH CORPORATION
5 Dedrick Place, West Caldwell NJ, 07006 Tel.: 1-800-225-1899
Note to Users in Canada
Note: This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003
Remarque Concernant les Utilisateurs au Canada
Avertissement: Cet appareil numerique de la classe B est conforme a la norme
NMB-003 du Canada
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS-SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS DANGERTO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, CAREFULLY FOLLOW
THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
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Introduction
Ricoh Service Offices
Thank you for purchasing a Ricoh RDC-i700. This manual explains the correct handling
procedures and precautions for your camera. To ensure the best performance, please
read the manual thoroughly before using the camera. Keep the manual handy for quick
future reference.
Ricoh Co., Ltd.
Ricoh Co., Ltd.
Ohmori NM Building
1-1 Ohmori-Kita 2-chome
Ota-ku, Tokyo
143-0016 JAPAN
http://www.ricoh.co.jp/r_dc
Test Shots
Check that your camera is recording the images correctly by taking a number of test
shots.
Copyright
Reproduction or alteration of copyrighted documents, magazines, music and other
materials, other than for personal, home or similarly limited purposes, without the
consent of the copyright holder is prohibited.
Exemption from Liability
Ricoh Co., Ltd. assumes no liability for failure to record or play back images caused
by malfunction of the RDC-i700.
Warranty
This product is manufactured to local specifications and the warranty is valid within
the country of purchase. Should the product fail or malfunction while you are abroad,
the manufacturer assumes no responsibility for servicing the product locally or bearing the expenditure incurred therefor.
Radio Interference
Operating the RDC-i700 in the vicinity of other electronic equipment may adversely
affect the performance of both devices. In particular, operating the camera close to
a radio or television may lead to interference. If interference occurs, follow the procedures below.
– Move the camera as far away as possible from the TV, radio or other device
– Reorient the TV or radio antenna.
– Plug the devices into separate electrical outlets.
• This publication may not be reproduced in whole or part without the express written permission of Ricoh.
©2000 Ricoh Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
• Ricoh reserves the right to change the contents of this publication without notice. Considerable care was
taken in preparing this manual. If, however, you have questions about any part of the manual, or note
mistakes or inaccuracies, please contact us at the address listed on the back cover.
Microsoft, MS and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States of America
and other countries.
Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., in the United States of America and other countries.
CompactFlash™ is a registered trademark of SunDisk Corporation in the United States of America.
SmartMedia™ is a trademark of Toshiba Corporation.
All trademarked company and product names mentioned in this manual are the property of their respective owners.
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Suite2 Rancho Cordova,
CA 95742
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Ricoh Europe B.V.
Photo Products Division
P.O. Box 75640
1118 ZR Schiphol
The Netherlands
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E-mail:camera@ricoh.nl
Ricoh Europe B.V.
Düsseldorf Branch
Photo Products Division
Oberrather Straße 6
D-40472 Düsseldorf
Germany
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Unit D, E & F
24/F., China Overseas Building
139 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai
Hong Kong
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8 Rodborough Road
Frenchs Forrest, N.S.W. 2086
Australia
http://www.ricoh-aust.com.au
Communication/Internet Operation Manual
RICOH CO., LTD.
Ohmori NM Building
1-1 Ohmori-kita 2 chome
Ota-ku, Tokyo
143-0016 Japan
L2132552
Communication/Internet
Operation Manual
To ensure correct use of your
camera, read this manual
carefully before use. Keep the
manual handy for future use.