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wearable digital camcorder
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System requirements:
Système requise:
Systemanforderungen:
Requisitos sistema:
Systeemvereisten:
Requisiti del sistema:
Requisitos do sistema:
System krav:
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Windows 98SE / 2000 / ME / XP
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English
Français
Deutsch
Español
Nederlands
Italiano
Português
Svenska
We hope you enjoy your
wearable digital camcorder
Please visit www.philips.com/support
and enter your product name to view:
· FAQ, Frequently Asked Questions
· Latest user manuals
· Latest computer software downloads
· Firmware upgrade files
The model and production numbers can be found next to the USB port.
(Please remove the USB cover to see)
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1
23
45
67
89
111
133
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Knowing Your Camcorder
Your camcorder is a multi-functional USB device that combines MPEG4 video capture
with 2 Megapixel still picture capture. It plays back both video and pictures through its
micro display viewfinder. It also plays MP3 audio files.
1 Microphone: records sounds during video capturing
2 Shutter button: captures video and still picture
3 Strap hole: attaches supplied neck strap
4 Mode dial: switches on / off; changes media mode
5 Lens
6 Grip: positions thumb to power on / off
7 USB port: connects to computer / battery pack
8 USB cover: protects USB port
9 Headphones socket: connects remote control connector / headphones;
activates playback mode
0 Viewfinder / Micro display: frames subject / view media playback
! Delete button: delete media files
@ Power level indicator: provides battery information
# Memory capacity level indicator: provides memory capacity information
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Preparation
Attaching your neckstrap
Thread the neck strap through the hole as shown in the picture.
Installation
Please insert the by-packed CD into your CDROM drive and follow
on screen instructions to complete driver and software installation.
Powering your camcorder
Your camcorder has a built-in USB rechargeable battery. To charge,
switch on your computer. Detach the USB cover. Connect your
camcorder DIRECTLY to your computer's USB port. Charge your
camcorder until the Power level indicator lights up and stops blinking
(approximately 3 hours). Keep your computer switched on during
charging. Disconnect safely after charging completes.
(See page 15 for more information)
IMPORTANT!
WINDOWS 98SE users:
DO NOT CONNECT your camcorder to the computer BEFORE driver installation.
➯ TIP
• You can also use the supplied battery module to provide instant power
to your camcorder. When your camcorder is charged and the battery module
is in use, your camcorder will first use up the power from the external battery.
• You can organize and transfer your files while your camcorder is charging.
(See page 15 for more information)
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Powering on for capture modes
1
Turn Mode dial clockwise to power ON and to access different media modes.
2
Your camcorder will show your mode status by displaying these icons (in red)
on the Viewfinder / Micro display:
Still picture mode
Video mode
Powering on for playback modes
1
Connect your remote control (see page 8 for more information).
2
Press and hold 2; for 2 seconds to power on.
3
Turn Mode dial to access different media modes.
4
Your camcorder will show your mode status by displaying these icons on
the Viewfinder / Micro display:
MP3 playback mode
Still picture mode
Video mode
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Taking Still Pictures
1 Turn Mode dial to
.
2 Hold the camcorder upright in your hand.
Make sure the lens is not obstructed / covered when you take pictures.
Look through the Viewfinder to frame your subject.
3 Keep the camcorder steady and press the Shutter halfway down to test
picture conditions.
For best results, check the status of all indicators on the camcorder when
you take a picture. (See page 11 for more information)
4 Press the Shutter fully down to take your pictures.
Your camcorder will confirm the capture by a brief picture playback.
DO NOT turn the Mode dial until the Memory indicator stops blinking.
➯ TIP
Your camcorder automatically powers off if there is no operation within 60
seconds. Turn the Mode dial anti-clockwise to power OFF and clockwise to
your desired mode to power ON again.
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Capturing Video
1 Turn the Mode Dial to
.
2 Hold the camcorder upright in your hand.
Make sure the lens is not obstructed / covered when you capture videos.
Look through the Viewfinder to frame your subject.
3 Keep the camcorder steady and press the Shutter to start capturing.
For best results, check the status of all indicators on the camcorder when
you capture. (See page 11 for more information)
4 Press the Shutter again to stop capturing.
Your camcorder will confirm the capture by saving the captured file.
DO NOT turn the Mode dial until the Memory indicator stops blinking.
➯ TIP
Your camcorder automatically powers off if there is no operation within 60
seconds.Turn the Mode dial anti-clockwise to power OFF and clockwise to
your desired mode to power ON again.
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Remote Control
Your remote control allows you to playback all the media files from your camcorder.
1 Headphones connector
2 Volume up + : for increasing volume
Volume down − : for decreasing volume
3 22 : next
11 : previous
4 Power 2; : Power on / off and Play / Pause
5 Remote Control connector
Connecting Your Remote Control
1 Insert the remote control connector to your camcorder.
2 Insert the headphone connector to the headphone socket.
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Visual Media Playback
1 Connect your remote control (see page 8 for more information).
Press and hold 2; for 2 seconds to power on.
Turn the Mode dial to your desired visual playback mode. (See page 5)
2 Look through the Viewfinder / Micro Display to view your media files.
Basic Operation
Control to press
Switch on / off
Press and hold 2; for 2 seconds
Play media
Press 2;
Pause media
Press 2; during media playback
Change volume (video only)
Press + to increase or - to decrease
Go to next or previous media
Press 6 for next and 5 for previous
Delete media
Press Delete during playback. Press Delete again
to confirm deletion when prompted.
Reset
Press and hold Shutter and Delete and power ON
➯ TIP
Your still pictures and video captures will display in slide show (one after one
automatically) as you press 2;.
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Indicators on your camcorder
Your camcorder tells you various information by LEDs and beeps:
User action
USB Connection
Signal
Double beep
Green LED blinks
Meaning
Camcorder connected and charging
Camcorder charging
Green LED on
Camcorder fully charged
Powering on
Double beep
Camcorder on
Capturing
Single beep
Picture taken
(Battery level)
Green LED on
Battery full
Green LED blinks
Battery low
(Memory capacity
level)
Green LED off
Insufficient battery
Yellow LED on
Sufficient memory capacity for new captures
Yellow LED blinks
Almost insufficient memory capacity for
new captures
Yellow LED off
Insufficient memory capacity for new captures
(Saving status)
Yellow LED blinks quickly
Saving media file
Deleting file
Single beep
Delete confirmed
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Icons and messages on the Micro Display
Your camcorder tells you various information via the micro display:
Icons on the Micro Display (Capture mode)
Battery level
Picture capture mode
Battery empty
Video capture mode
Poor light conditions
Recording in progress
Saving media file
Icons on the Micro Display (Playback mode)
MP3 playback mode
TRACK
Track number
Picture playback mode
PICT
Picture number
Video playback mode
CLIP
Video number
Playing media file
Playback paused
Deleting a media file
Messages on the Micro Display
Meaning
Battery empty!
Insufficient battery. Charge the battery or switch
to back up battery
Battery Low! Switch to backup battery
Battery low. Charge the battery or switch to
backup battery
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Messages on the Micro Display
Meaning
Memory full!
Insufficient memory for new captures.
Delete unwanted captures on camcorder.
Wrong file format detected. See page 16 for
more information.
Warning message before internal formatting.
Press [delete] to continue
Cannot read the selected file
Warning message before deletion.
Press [delete] to continue
Warning message before deletion.
Press [delete] to continue
Warning message before deletion.
Press [delete] to continue
Selected file is deleted
No audio track stored on camcorder
No picture stored on camcorder
No video stored on camcorder
Internal formatting. Do not perform any operation.
Available space on camcorder
(shown during power-up)
Memory format error
Press [delete] to reformat
All data will be lost
Press [delete] to continue
Unable to read file!
Delete this picture?
Press [delete] again to confirm
Delete this video?
Press [delete] again to confirm
Delete this track?
Press [delete] again to confirm
Deleted!
No audio track
No picture
No video
Please wait. Formating in progress
Free memory
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Music playback
1 Connect the remote control (see page 8 for more information).
Press and hold 2; for 2 seconds to power on.
Turn the Mode dial to
. (See page 5)
2 Connect headphones and enjoy.
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Basic Operation
Control to press
Switch on / off
Play music
Pause music
Change volume
Go to next or previous track
Delete track
Press and hold 2; for 2 seconds
Press 2;
Press 2; during playback
Press + to increase or - to decrease
Press 6 for next and 5 for previous
Press Delete during playback. Press Delete
again to confirm deletion when prompted.
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USB Connection
Your camcorder will appear as a new USB mass storage in Windows Explorer when USB
connected. You can use your camcorder as a mass storage device for any data files.
Transferring files
Click and highlight one or more files to transfer between your camcorder and your computer.
Use drag and drop actions to complete your transfer. The green LED on your camcorder blinks
during file transfer.
Viewing your captures
Connect your camcorder DIRECTLY to your computer's USB port. From Windows Explorer,
click on the mass storage folder and then the DCIM folder. You can view your captures from the
subfolder 100PHCAM. PICTxxx.jpg files are your pictures. CLIPxxx.asf files are your videos.
Organizing your music files
To play music on your camcorder, transfer *.mp3 files to the root directory of the mass storage folder.
Disconnecting safely from computer
After file transfer completes, disconnect camcorder safely from your computer by clicking
on
the task bar to avoid file error. WINDOWS 98SE users: there is no
icon. Simply disconnect
camcorder after file transfer completes.
Formatting your camcorder
Only format your camcorder with FAT16 and FAT32 file systems.
IMPORTANT! KEEP A COPY OF YOUR ORIGINAL FILES!
Please keep a copy of the original files transferred to your camcorder. Philips is not
responsible for any loss of content if the product becomes damaged or not readable.
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Internal Formatting
Your camcorder has an internal formatting system. This is to ensure that you can always
use the capturing function on the go. The internal formatting is activated if you have previously used a wrong format system during USB connection.
Message on micro dsplay
Meaning
Wrong format system of memory
Wrong format system detected.
1 Press Delete to start internal formatting.
2 Your camcorder is ready for use after the screen message Formatting the memory
disappears in the micro display.
WARNING!
ALL THE DATA IN THE MEMORY WILL BE LOST WHEN YOUR CAMCORDER
STARTS INTERNAL FORMATTING! BACK UP YOUR DATA VIA USB
CONNECTION IF YOU WANT TO KEEP YOUR DATA! (see page 14)
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Firmware Upgrades
For the best interaction between your camcorder and your computer, check
www.philips.com/support for the latest upgrades available.
1 You may need to enter the model number, e.g. key019, to access the upgrade
file. Make sure you save the file(s) in a folder on your computer. Unzip them
before you install the upgrade.
2 Connect your camcorder to your computer. Copy the extracted firmware
file into the root directory of your camcorder. After file transfer completes,
disconnect camcorder safely from your computer by clicking
on the task bar to
avoid file error. WINDOWS 98SE users: there is no
icon. Simply disconnect
camcorder after file transfer completes.
3 Press and hold Shutter and turn the Mode dial to power ON. Your camcorder
will start upgrading. During firmware upgrade, both LEDs will blink.
4 Turn the Mode dial to power OFF when the LEDs stop blinking.
Firmware upgrade is complete and camcorder is ready for use.
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Troubleshooting
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed. For further help and other troubleshooting tips,
please also check out FAQ for your camcorder at www.philips.com/support. If you are unable to
find a solution from these hints, consult your dealer or service center.
WARNING: Under no circumstances should you try to repair the set yourself, as this will
invalidate the warranty.
Problem
Cause
Solution
No response
Battery drained
Charge the battery (see page 4)
Insufficient camcorder
memory capacity
Copy files from your camcorder to your
computer and delete the original to free up
memory space for more new captures.
(see page 14)
Camcorder busy
Press and hold Delete and Shutter for
2 seconds to reset your camcorder
Poor light condition
Check light conditions
Loose connection
Check connection
Wrong OS version
Your operation system must be Windows 98SE
or later
USB driver not installed
Windows 98SE user only: install the USB driver
provided in by-packed CD
Cannot play track
Track format not
supported
Your camcorder can only play MP3 tracks
Video doesn’t play
Plug-in not installed
Please install the Direct X plug-in on Windows
Media Player
Software not installed
Install VideoImpression provided in by-packed
CD and Windows Media Player 9.0+
(www.microsoft.com/downloads)
USB doesn't work
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Safety and maintenance
• Child safety: The neckstrap is not a toy. Special care should be taken if handled by young
children. Avoid placing the neckstrap around the neck of a child to prevent strangulation!
Take care when using headphones
• Hearing safety: Listen at a moderate volume. Using headphones at high volume can impair
your hearing.
• Traffic safety: Do not use while driving or cycling as you may cause an accident
To avoid damage or malfunction:
• Do not expose to excessive heat caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight.
• Do not drop your camcorder or allow objects to fall on it. Strong shocks and vibrations may
cause malfunction.
• This product is not waterproof: do not allow your camcorder to be submersed in water.
Avoid exposing the USB socket to water. Water entering the camcorder may cause
major damage.
• Avoid touching the lens and viewfinder with your fingers.To remove fingerprints, use a soft
damp cloth.
• Prevent damage to your eyes: do not look at the sun through the viewfinder!
• Avoid sudden changes of temperature as this may cause condensation on the
lens and viewfinder. Allow the camcorder to adjust to the surrounding temperature.
• Do not use any cleaning agents containing alcohol, ammonia, benzene, or abrasives as these
may harm the camcorder.To clean, use a soft damp cloth.
• Active mobile phones & strong magnetic fields in the vicinity may cause interference.
• The supplied software CD-ROM is not an audio CD. Playing CD-ROMs on audio
equipment may damage your audio equipment!
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Technical Data
Dimension
Aperture
Image sensor size
Frame rate
Video file format
Video resolution
Exposure range
Lens
Audio playback
32 x 95.7 x 22.5mm
F2.8
13mm (1/2”)
30fps
ASF
QVGA
EV 7-14
fixed focus length
MP3, 8 - 320 kbps
Built-in memory capacity
Built-in battery
External battery
Battery recording time
PC interface
Casing material
Weight
Audio format
Image sensor resolution
Image sensor type
Video format
60g
ADPCM
2M
CMOS
MPEG4
Focus distance
Picture file format
>1.3m
JPEG
128MB NAND Flash* (Up to 25 minutes video capture,
or 200 pictures, or 30 MP3 tracks at 128 kbps)
* Actual formated capcity will be less
rechargeable 330mAh Li-ion (via USB),
fully charged in approximately 3 hours
2 x AA
43 minutes using internal battery; 30 minutes using external
USB 1.1
magnesium body, plastic USB cover
PHILIPS reserves the right to make design and specification changes for product improvement
without prior notice.
Modifications not authorized by the manufacturer may void users authority to operate this device.
All rights reserved.
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Environmental information
We have reduced the packaging to its minimum and made it easy to
separate into mono materials: cardboard, PS, PE and PET.
Your set consists of material which can be recycled if disassembled by a specialized company.
Please observe the local regulations to dispose of packaging, exhausted batteries and old
equipment.
Copyright information
All other brand and product names are trademarks of their respective companies
or organizations.
Unauthorized duplication of any recordings downloaded from the internet or made from
audio CDs is a violation of copyright laws and international treaties.
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Notice for the USA
Philips
KEY019
Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.
Notice for Canada
This Class B digital apparaatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
This product complies with the radio interference requirements of the European Union.
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This set complies with the radio interference requirements of the European Union.
Cet appareil est conforme aux normes de la Communauté européenne en matière d’interférences radio.
Dieses Gerät entspricht den Funkentstörungsvorschriften der Europäischen Gemeinschaft.
Este reproductor cumple las normas para interferencias de radio establecidas por la Comunidad Europea.
Dit apparaat voldoet aan de radio-ontstoringseisen van de Europese Unie.
Questo prodotto è conforme ai requisiti sulle interferenze radio dell’Unione Europea.
Este aparelho está de acordo com os requisitos da Comunidade Europeia relativos à interferência de rádio.
Denna apparat uppfyller EU:s krav beträffande radiostörningar.
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All rights reserved.
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