Samsung SC-X110L Operating instructions

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Digital Camcorder
SC-X105L/X110L
AF
CCD
LCD
Auto Focus
Charge Coupled Device
Liquid Crystal Display
Owner’s Instruction Book
Before operating the unit, please read this
Instruction Book thoroughly, and retain it for
future reference.
ELECTRONICS
US PATENT 4415844
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Notices and Safety Instructions
Safety Instructions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER(OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE, REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug
to wide slot and fully insert.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
dangerous voltage within the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of fire or electric shock.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying
this product.
1. READ INSTRUCTIONS:
All the safety and operating instructions should be read
before the CAMCORDER is operated.
2. RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS:
The safety and operating instructions should be retained for
future reference.
3. HEED WARNINGS:
All warnings on the CAMCORDER and in the operating instructions
should be adhered to.
4. FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS:
All operating and maintenance instructions should be followed.
5. CLEANING:
Unplug this CAMCORDER from the wall outlet before cleaning.
Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
Use a dry cloth used for dusting cabinets.
6. ATTACHMENTS:
Do not use attachments not recommended by the CAMCORDER
product manufacturer as they may be hazardous.
7. WATER AND MOISTURE:
Do not use this CAMCORDER near water;
for example, near a bathtub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, laundry
tub, in a wet basement, near a swimming pool or lake.
8. ACCESSORIES:
Do not place this CAMCORDER on an unstable cart, stand, tripod,
bracket or table. The CAMCORDER may fall, causing serious injury
to a child or adult, and serious damage to the unit.
Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended
by the manufacturer or sold with the CAMCORDER. Any mounting
of the unit should follow the manufacturer’s instructions and should
use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
A. An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care.
Quick stops, excessive force and uneven surfaces may cause
the appliance and cart combination to overturn.
PORTABLE CART WARNING
(Symbol provided by RETAC)
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9.
VENTILATION:
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation to
ensure reliable operation of the CAMCORDER and to protect it
from overheating. These openings must not be blocked or
covered. Never place your CAMCORDER on a bed, sofa, rug,
or other similar surface: on or near a radiator or heat register.
This CAMCORDER should not be placed in a built-in installation
such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided
or the manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to.
10. POWER SOURCES:
The CAMCORDER should be operated only from the type of
power source indicated on the label.
If you are not sure of the type of power supply at your home,
consult your appliance dealer or local power company.
A CAMCORDER is intended to be operated from battery power,
or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
11. GROUNDING OR POLARIZATION:
This CAMCORDER may be equipped with either a polarized
2-wire AC line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other)
or a 3-wire grounding type plug, a plug having a third (grounding)
pin.
If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing
the plug. If the plug still fails to fit, contact your electrician to
replace your outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
polarized plug.
12. POWER-CORD PROTECTION:
Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to
be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them,
paying particular attention to cords or plugs, convenient
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the unit.
13. OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING:
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the
CAMCORDER, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded
to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up
static charges, Section 810 of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984, provides information with respect to
proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding
of the lead-in wire and supporting structure, grounding of the mast
and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an
antenna discharge unit, size of grounding to conductors, location
of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes
and requirements for the grounding electrode.
See figure below.
ANTENNA
LEAD IN WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP
ELECTRIC SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
ANTENNA
DASCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
NEC NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
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14. LIGHTNING:
For added protection of this CAMCORDER during a lightning
storm or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of
time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or
cable system.
This will prevent damage to the CAMCORDER due to lightning
and power-line surges.
15. POWER LINES:
An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of
overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits where
it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an
outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep
from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them
might be fatal.
16. OVERLOADING:
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result
in a risk of fire or electric shock.
17. OBJECTS AND LIQUIDS:
Never push objects of any kind into this CAMCORDER through
openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out
a part that could result in a fire or electric shock.
Never spill liquids of any kind onto the CAMCORDER. Should
spillage occur, unplug unit and have it checked by a technician
before use.
18. SERVICING:
Do not attempt to service this CAMCORDER yourself. Opening or
removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other
hazards.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
19. DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE:
Unplug this CAMCORDER from the wall outlet and refer servicing
to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
a. When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b. If any liquid has been spilled onto, or objects have fallen into
the CAMCORDER.
c. If the CAMCORDER has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the CAMCORDER does not operate normally by following the
operating instructions, adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instructions. Improper adjustment of
other controls may result in damage and will
often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore
the CAMCORDER to its normal operation.
e. If the CAMCORDER has been dropped or the cabinet has been
damaged.
f. When the CAMCORDER exhibits a distinct change in
performance, this indicates a need for service.
20. REPLACEMENT PARTS:
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service
technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer and having the same characteristics as the original
part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or
other hazards.
21. SAFETY CHECK:
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this CAMCORDER,
ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine
that the CAMCORDER is in safe operating order.
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22. To prevent damage which may result in fire or shock hazard,
do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
23. If this power supply is used at 240V ac, a suitable plug adapter
should be used.
NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention
to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper
grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be
connected to the grounding system of the building as close to the point
of cable entry as practical.
USER INSTALLER CAUTION:
Your authority to operate this FCC certified equipment could be voided
if you make changes or modifications not expressly approved by this
party responsible for compliance to part 15 FCC rules.
NOTE:
Hg LAMP(S) INSIDE THIS PRODUCT CONTAIN
MERCURY AND MUST BE RECYCLED OR
DISPOSED OF ACCORDING
TO LOCAL, STATE OR FEDERAL LAWS For details
see lamprecycle.org, eiae.org, or call 1-800-Samsung
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
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
and for additional suggestions.
The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal
Communications Commission helpful : “How to Identify and
Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems.”
This Booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing
Office, Washington, D.C. 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
FCC Warning
The user is cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
FCC ID : A3L04SPIDER
This device complies with Part 15 of 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.
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Notices and Safety Precautions
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Precautions on the CAM Care ....................................................................................................................................................................................8
Notes Regarding COPYRIGHT....................................................................................................................................................................................9
Notes Regarding Moisture Condensation.................................................................................................................................................................9
Notes Regarding the CAM...........................................................................................................................................................................................9
Notes Regarding the Battery Pack...........................................................................................................................................................................10
Notes Regarding a Trademark..................................................................................................................................................................................10
Notes Regarding the Lens.........................................................................................................................................................................................11
Notes Regarding the LCD Display ...........................................................................................................................................................................11
Precautions Regarding Service................................................................................................................................................................................11
Precautions Regarding Replacement Parts............................................................................................................................................................11
Getting to Know Your CAM
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Features.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................12
Accessories Supplied with the CAM .......................................................................................................................................................................13
Location of Controls
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Rear & Left View.........................................................................................................................................................................................................14
Right & Bottom View..................................................................................................................................................................................................15
External Camera Module View..................................................................................................................................................................................16
LCD Display ................................................................................................................................................................................................................17
OSD(On Screen Display in Video Record Mode/Video Play Mode) ..................................................................................................................17
OSD(On Screen Display in Photo Capture Mode/Photo View Mode)................................................................................................................18
OSD(On Screen Display in MP3 Play Mode/Voice Record/Play Mode) ...........................................................................................................19
How to Use the Battery Pack
20
Battery (Pack) Installation / Ejection........................................................................................................................................................................20
Maintain the Battery Pack .........................................................................................................................................................................................21
Charging the Battery Pack........................................................................................................................................................................................24
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Getting Started
25
The Color of the LED .................................................................................................................................................................................................25
Using Hardware Reset Function ..............................................................................................................................................................................25
Before You Start Operating the CAM.......................................................................................................................................................................26
Using the Function Button........................................................................................................................................................................................27
Using the Display Button ..........................................................................................................................................................................................28
Adjusting the LCD Monitor .......................................................................................................................................................................................29
Structure of the Folders and Files ...........................................................................................................................................................................30
Recording Time and Capacity .................................................................................................................................................................................31
Selecting the Memory Type.......................................................................................................................................................................................33
Using the Memory Stick (Optional Accessory) ......................................................................................................................................................34
Mode and Menu Selection.........................................................................................................................................................................................35
Video Mode
36
Recording....................................................................................................................................................................................................................37
Recording ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................37
Zooming In and Out ..............................................................................................................................................................................................38
Setting the Video In...............................................................................................................................................................................................39
Playing .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................40
Playing on the LCD Monitor..................................................................................................................................................................................40
Selecting File Options ...............................................................................................................................................................................................42
Deleting Video files ...............................................................................................................................................................................................42
Locking Video files ................................................................................................................................................................................................43
Copying Video files ...............................................................................................................................................................................................44
Setting the PB Option ...........................................................................................................................................................................................45
Setting Various Functions.........................................................................................................................................................................................46
Setting the Video file Size.....................................................................................................................................................................................46
Setting the Video file Quality.................................................................................................................................................................................47
Setting the Focus ..................................................................................................................................................................................................48
Setting the EIS (Electronic Image Stabilizer) .......................................................................................................................................................49
Setting the White Balance ....................................................................................................................................................................................50
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Setting the Program AE (Programmed Auto Exposure) ......................................................................................................................................51
Setting the BLC (Backlight Compensation)..........................................................................................................................................................52
Setting the Effect...................................................................................................................................................................................................53
Setting the Digital Zoom .......................................................................................................................................................................................54
Photo Mode
55
Capturing.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................56
Capturing Images..................................................................................................................................................................................................56
Zooming In and Out ..............................................................................................................................................................................................57
Viewing ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................58
Viewing Photo files on the LCD Monitor...............................................................................................................................................................58
Selecting File Options ...............................................................................................................................................................................................59
Deleting Photo files ...............................................................................................................................................................................................59
Locking Photo files................................................................................................................................................................................................60
Setting DPOF(Digital Print Order Format) Function ............................................................................................................................................61
Copying Photo files ...............................................................................................................................................................................................62
Setting Various Functions.........................................................................................................................................................................................63
Setting the Photo file Size ....................................................................................................................................................................................63
Setting the Light ....................................................................................................................................................................................................64
Setting the Focus ..................................................................................................................................................................................................65
Setting the EIS (Electronic Image Stabilizer) .......................................................................................................................................................66
Setting the White Balance ....................................................................................................................................................................................67
Setting the Program AE (Programmed Auto Exposure) ......................................................................................................................................68
Setting the BLC (Backlight Compensation)..........................................................................................................................................................69
MP3/Voice Recorder Mode/Using File Browser
71
Storing Music in the CAM .........................................................................................................................................................................................72
Copying Music files to the CAM ...........................................................................................................................................................................72
Playing .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................73
Playing Music files ................................................................................................................................................................................................73
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Selecting Play Options ..............................................................................................................................................................................................74
Setting Repeat Play ..............................................................................................................................................................................................74
Selecting File Options ...............................................................................................................................................................................................75
Deleting Music files ...............................................................................................................................................................................................75
Locking Music files................................................................................................................................................................................................76
Copying Music files ...............................................................................................................................................................................................77
Voice Recorder Mode
78
Recording....................................................................................................................................................................................................................78
Recording Voice....................................................................................................................................................................................................78
Playing .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................79
Playing Voice files .................................................................................................................................................................................................79
Selecting File Options ...............................................................................................................................................................................................80
Deleting Voice files................................................................................................................................................................................................80
Locking Voice files ................................................................................................................................................................................................81
Copying Voice files................................................................................................................................................................................................82
Using File Browser
83
Deleting Files or Folders ...........................................................................................................................................................................................83
Locking Files...............................................................................................................................................................................................................84
Copying Files or Folders...........................................................................................................................................................................................85
Viewing File Information............................................................................................................................................................................................86
Setting the CAM
87
Adjusting the LCD Monitor .......................................................................................................................................................................................88
Adjusting the LCD Brightness...............................................................................................................................................................................88
Adjusting the LCD Color .......................................................................................................................................................................................89
Adjusting Date/Time...................................................................................................................................................................................................90
Setting Time ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................90
Setting Date ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................91
Setting Date Format..............................................................................................................................................................................................92
Setting Time Format..............................................................................................................................................................................................93
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Setting the System.....................................................................................................................................................................................................94
Setting the Auto Shut off.......................................................................................................................................................................................94
Setting the Demo Function ...................................................................................................................................................................................95
Setting Start-up Mode...........................................................................................................................................................................................96
Setting the File No. Function ................................................................................................................................................................................97
Setting the Beep Sound........................................................................................................................................................................................98
Viewing Version Information ................................................................................................................................................................................99
Setting Memory ........................................................................................................................................................................................................100
Selecting the Storage Type ................................................................................................................................................................................100
Formatting the Memory.......................................................................................................................................................................................101
Viewing Memory Space ......................................................................................................................................................................................102
Using USB Mode ......................................................................................................................................................................................................103
Transferring Files from the CAM to your computer............................................................................................................................................103
USB Speed depending on the System ..............................................................................................................................................................104
System Environment...........................................................................................................................................................................................104
Using PC Cam ....................................................................................................................................................................................................105
Connecting the CAM to a Printer .......................................................................................................................................................................106
Using the External Camera Module
107
Connecting the External Camera Module .............................................................................................................................................................108
Connecting the External Camera Module to CAM.............................................................................................................................................108
Recording Video Using the External Camera Module .......................................................................................................................................108
Wearing the External Camera Module...................................................................................................................................................................109
Connecting the extension cable while the set is in the Carrying Case .............................................................................................................109
Mounting the External Camera Module on Rubber Mount................................................................................................................................109
Using the Short and Long Mount Bands ............................................................................................................................................................110
Attenuating Unwanted signals When Using External Camera ..........................................................................................................................110
Miscellaneous Information
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Connecting the CAM with other Devices ..............................................................................................................................................................112
Connecting the CAM to TV .................................................................................................................................................................................112
Connecting the CAM to a VCR...........................................................................................................................................................................113
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Copying Video files to a VCR Tape ....................................................................................................................................................................114
Recording TV program and unscramble contents from other devices ..............................................................................................................115
Connecting the CAM to a PC using the USB cable...........................................................................................................................................116
Installing Programs ..................................................................................................................................................................................................117
Installing Image Mixer .........................................................................................................................................................................................117
Installing software for using PC-Cam .................................................................................................................................................................119
Installing Windows98SE Driver(For Windows98SE only)..................................................................................................................................120
Printing Photos.........................................................................................................................................................................................................122
Printing with PictBridge Function........................................................................................................................................................................122
Printing Photos with DPOF Files ........................................................................................................................................................................123
Maintenance
124
Cleaning and Maintaining the CAM .......................................................................................................................................................................124
After using the CAM............................................................................................................................................................................................124
Cleaning the Body .............................................................................................................................................................................................125
Using the Built-in Rechargeable Battery ............................................................................................................................................................125
Regarding the Battery.........................................................................................................................................................................................126
Using the CAM Abroad .......................................................................................................................................................................................127
Troubleshooting
128
Self Diagnosis Display.............................................................................................................................................................................................128
Using the Menu
130
Specifications
132
Index
134
Warranty (SEA users Only)
136
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Notices and Safety Precautions
Precautions on the CAM Care
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Please note the following precautions for use:
Please keep this device in a safe place. The device contains a lens that can be damaged by shock.
Keep away from the reach of the children.
Do not place your device in a wet place. Moisture and water may cause the device to malfunction.
To avoid electric shock, do not touch your device or power cable with wet hands.
Do not use the flash close to another’s eyes. The flash emits a strong light that may cause damage similar to direct
sunlight on one’s eyesight. Particular care should be observed if photographing infants, when the flash should be no less
than 3 feet from your subject.
If the device is not working properly, please consult your nearest dealer or authorized Samsung service facility.
Disassembling the device yourself may cause irrecoverable damage which will be difficult to repair.
Clean the device with a dry, soft cloth. Use a soft cloth moistened with a mild detergent solution for removing stains.
Do not use any type of solvent, especially benzene, as they may seriously damage the finish.
Keep your device away from rain and saltwater. After using, clean the device. Saltwater may cause the parts to corrode.
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Notices and Safety Precautions
Notes Regarding COPYRIGHT
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Television programs, movie video tapes, DVD titles, films and other program materials may be copyrighted.
Unauthorized recording of copyrighted materials may infringe on the rights of the Copyright owners and is contrary to
copyright laws.
All the trade names and registered trademarks mentioned in this manual or other documentation provided with your
Samsung product are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
Notes Regarding Moisture Condensation
1. A sudden rise in atmospheric temperature may cause condensation to form inside the CAM.
For Example:
✤ Entering or leaving a heated place on a cold day might cause condensation inside the product.
✤ To prevent condensation, place the product in a carrying case or a plastic bag before exposing it to a sudden change of
temperature.
Notes Regarding the CAM
1. Do not leave the CAM exposed to high temperature (above 60°C or 140°F).
For example, in a parked closed car in summer or exposed to direct sunlight.
2. Do not let the CAM get wet.
Keep the CAM away from rain, salt water, or any other form of moisture.
The CAM will be damaged if immersed in water or subjected to high levels of moisture.
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Notices and Safety Precautions
Notes Regarding the Battery Pack
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✤
✤
✤
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It is recommended to use original battery pack that is available at SAMSUNG service center.
Make sure the battery pack is fully charged before starting to record.
To preserve battery power, keep the CAM turned off when you are not operating it.
If your device is left in STBY mode without being operated for more than 5 minutes, it will automatically turn itself off to
protect against unnecessary battery discharge.
Make sure that the battery pack is attached firmly in place.
The new battery pack provided with the product is not charged.
Before using the battery pack, you need to fully charge it.
Do not drop the battery pack. Dropping the battery pack may damage it.
Fully discharging a Lithium Polymer battery damages the internal cells. The battery pack may be prone to leakage when
fully discharged.
To avoid damage to the battery pack, make sure to remove the battery when no charge remains.
Clean the terminal to remove foreign substance before inserting the battery pack.
✳
When the battery reaches the end of its life, please contact your local dealer.
Batteries must be disposed of as chemical waste.
✳ Be careful not to drop the battery pack when you release it from the CAM.
Notes Regarding a Trademark
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The logos regarding DivX, DivX Licensed are the trademark of DivX, Network, Inc and can be used after contracting
license.
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Notes Regarding the Lens
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Do not film with the camera lens pointing directly at the sun.
Direct sunlight can damage the CCD (Charge Coupled Device, the imaging sensor).
Notes Regarding the LCD Display
1. The LCD monitor has been manufactured using the high precision technology. However, there may be tiny dots
(red, blue or green in color) that appear on the LCD monitor. These dots are normal and do not affect the recorded
picture in any way.
2. When you use the LCD monitor under direct sunlight or outdoors, it may be difficult to see the picture clearly.
3. Direct sunlight can damage the LCD monitor.
Precautions Regarding Service
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✤
Do not attempt to service the CAM yourself.
Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Precautions Regarding Replacement Parts
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✤
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer and having the same characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
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Getting to Know Your CAM
Features
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Integrated Digital CAM/DSC operation
An integrated digital imaging device that easily converts between a Digital CAM and a Digital Still Camera with
comfortable and easy recording.
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High Resolution Image Quality (Digital Still Camera)
Employing 680K CCD Pixel, a maximum resolution of 800x600 is available.
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100x Digital Zoom
Allows the user to magnify an image up to 100x its original size.
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Colorful TFT LCD
A high-resolution(210K) colorful TFT LCD gives you clean, sharp images as well as the ability to review your recorded
files immediately.
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Electronic Image Stabilizer (EIS)
With the CAM, you can reduce unstable images by avoiding natural shaking movements.
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Various Digital Effects
The DSE (Digital Special Effects) allows you to give the film a special look by adding various special effects.
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USB Interface for Data Transfer
You can transfer still images and video files or any other files to a PC using the USB interface.
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PC Cam for multi-entertaining
You can use this the CAM as a PC camera for video chatting, video conference and other PC camera applications.
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Voice Record / Playback with vast memory
You can record voice and store it in the internal memory, Memory Stick and Memory Stick Pro(Option) and play back the
recorded voice.
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Plus Advantage, MP3
With the CAM, you can play back MP3 files stored in the internal memory, Memory Stick and Memory Stick Pro(Option).
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A Sports CAM equipped with External Camera Module
Equipped with External Camera Module, enjoying sports activity can be directly recorded when connected to the main
Miniket unit.
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Weatherproof (External Camera Module only)
The External Camera Module is weatherproof according to IP42 standard.
IP-Protection Level
4- The External Camera is protected against contact from solid objects over 1mm in diameter.
2- The External Camera is protected against water sprayed from a vertical position above the center of camera top
(Power LED facing up) at 15 degree angles.
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Getting to Know Your CAM
Accessories Supplied with the CAM
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Make sure that the following basic accessories are supplied with your CAM.
1.
Lithium Polymer Battery pack
2.
AC Power Adapter
3.
Audio/Video Cable
4.
USB Cable
5.
Cradle
6.
Earphones
7.
Hand Strap
8.
Carrying Case
9.
Instruction Book/Quick Guide
10.
Software CD
11.
Lens Cover
12.
External Camera Module
13.
Rubber Mount
14.
Short Mount Band
15.
Long Mount Band
16.
Extension Cable
17.
Alkaline Batteries (AAA x 2)
18.
Velcro Strap
19.
Ferrite Core
20.
Extended life Battery Pack(Option)
1. Lithium Polymer Battery pack
AD43-00157B
5. Cradle
2. AC Power Adapter
AD44-00097B
6. Earphones
AD97-10226B
9. Instruction Book/Quick Guide
AD30-00005A
10. Software CD
3. Audio/Video Cable
AD39-00001A
7. Hand Strap
AD81-00010A
11. Lens Cover
AD97-09587B
13. Rubber Mount
AD73-00164A
14. Short Mount Band
AD61-02221A
17. Alkaline Batteries (AAA x 2) 18. Velcro Strap
15. Long Mount Band
AD61-02220A
19. Ferrite Core
4. USB Cable
AD39-00073A
8. Carrying Case
AD69-00710A
12. External Camera Module
AD97-10146A
16. Extension Cable
AD97-10235A
20. Extended life Battery Pack
(Option)
4301-001035
AD73-00165A
AD43-00158E
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Location of Controls
Rear & Left View
7. Back/Multi-Play
6.
Back( ) / Left / Multi-Play
Mode button
Mode button
1. Built-in MIC
7. switch
8.
[▲ ]switch
(Zoom
(Zoom
out (W)
out//RPS
Rewind
switch)
( ) switch)
9. OK button
8.
button(Play,
(Play/Pause)
Pause)
9. [▼ ]switch (Zoom in/ FPS switch)
11. Record/Stop
10.
Record/Stopbutton
button
2.
2. LCD
LCD Monitor
display
12. Record/Power/Charging
11.
Power / Charging indicator
indicator
13. Power
12.
OFF switch
switch
/ Mode
/ ModeSelector
Selector
14. Menu button
13.
15. Memory Stick Slot
14.
4. LCD(DISPLAY)
3. DISPLAY button
5.4.
MP3
MP3/External
LOCK switch
Camera Hold switch
6. Built-in Speaker
5.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Built-in MIC
LCD display
DISPLAY button
MP3/External Camera Hold switch
Built-in Speaker
Back/Multi-Play Mode button
[▲ ]switch (Zoom out/RPS switch)
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
OK button (Play/Pause)
[▼ ]switch (Zoom in/ FPS switch)
Record /Stop button
Record/Power /Charging indicator
Power switch/Mode Selector
Menu button
Memory Stick Slot
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Location of Controls
Right & Bottom View
Hanging Lens Cover on the CAM
1. Lens
6. Volume +, - / MF(Manual Focus) button
2. Light
/MF
3. Earphones and
AV Input/Output Jack
7. Tripod Receptacle
4. Battery insertion part
8. Cradle Receptacle
5. Battery eject button
1
2
3
4
5
Lens
Light
Earphones and AV Input/Output Jack
Battery insertion part
Battery eject button
9. Strap Hook
6
7
8
9
Volume +, - / MF (Manual Focus) button
Tripod Receptacle
Cradle Receptacle
Strap Hook
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Location of Controls
External Camera Module View
1. Power button
7. Record Start/Stop button
2. Power LED
8. Record LED Lamp
9. Clip
10. AV Jack
3. Lens
4. MIC
5. Battery Cover
6. Tripod Receptacle
11. Extension Cable
1
2
3
4
5
6
16
Power button
Power LED
Lens
MIC
Battery Cover
Tripod Receptacle
7
8
9
10
11
Record Start/Stop button
Record LED Lamp
Clip
AV Jack
Extension Cable
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Location of Controls: LCD Display
OSD (On Screen Display in Video Record Mode / Video Play Mode)
Video Record Mode
15 14
1
2
3
Video Record
Video Play Mode
13
6
12
SF / 720
1
5
Video Play 100-0056
4
Video Play 100-0056
3
2
4
5
Video Play Mode
7
11
BLC
10
6
00:16 / 24:32
7
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
STBY Sepia
8
9
00:16 / 10:50
8
10
Mode indicator
EIS indicator
Program AE indicator
White Balance indicator
BLC indicator
Focus indicator
Counter
(Elapsed time /Remaining time)
Record/Standby indicator
Record/Standby text
Effect indicator
Zoom in/Zoom out indicator
Battery life indicator
Memory type indicator
Image quality/size indicator
Warning and note indicator
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Mode indicator
Current display indicator
Lock indicator
Battery life indicator
Memory type indicator
Image counter(Current image)
9
7.
8.
Warning and note indicator
Counter
(Elapsed time / Recorded time)
9. Operation indicator
(Play/Pause/RPS/FPS)
10. Volume indicator
Note
✤
Functions will be retained when the CAM is turned off.
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Location of Controls: LCD Display
OSD (On Screen Display in Photo Capture Mode / Photo View Mode)
Photo Capture Mode
12
1
2
3
11 10
Photo Capture
Photo View Mode
Photo View 100-0022
Photo View 100-0025
9
6
8
800
1
2
4
5
Photo View Mode
3
7
BLC
6
Sepia
2 Copies
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Mode indicator
EIS indicator
Program AE indicator
White balance indicator
BLC indicator
Focus indicator
Zoom in/out indicator
Battery life indicator
Memory type indicator
Image size indicator
Warning and note indicator
Light indicator
1.
2.
3.
Mode indicator
Current display indicator
Number of print
Note
✤
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Functions will be retained when the CAM is turned off.
4.
5.
6.
5
Printer indicator
Lock indicator
Image counter (Current image)
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Location of Controls: LCD Display
OSD (On Screen Display in MP3 Play Mode / Voice Record / Play Mode)
MP3 Play Mode
11
1
3
2. I believe I can fly.mp3
3.6 Mbytes
4
Stereo 44.1KHz 128Kbps
Voice Play Mode
9
MP3 Play
1
2
10
Voice Record Mode
2
3
8
Voice Play
Voice Record
2 2005/01/01 12:51:04 AM
5.0Mbytes
Stereo 8KHz 128Kbps
2 2005/01/01 12:51:04 AM
Stereo 8KHz 128Kbps
5
6
4
00:34 / 03:46
00:00:12 / 00:05:12
Mode indicator
File number/ File name/File format
File size
Sampling Rate/Bit Rate
Progress Bar
Elapsed time/Full time
Operation indicator
Volume indicator
Battery life indicator
Memory type indicator
Repeat all/one indicator
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
00:00:12 / 00:05:12
REC
5
7
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
9
7
6
Mode indicator
File number/Date and Time
Sampling Rate/Bit Rate
Elapsed time/Full time
Operation indicator
Record/Standby text
8
7.
8.
9.
Progress Bar
Lock indicator
Volume indicator
Note
✤
Functions will be retained when the CAM is turned off.
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How to Use the Battery Pack
Battery (Pack) Installation / Ejection
It is recommended you purchase one or more additional battery packs to allow continuous use of your CAM.
To insert the battery pack
<Insert>
<Eject>
Slide the battery pack into the groove until it clicks.
To eject the battery pack
Pull the [Battery Eject] button to eject the battery pack.
Battery
SB-P90A (900mAh)
SB-P180A (1800mAh) (option)
Note
✤
✤
Clean the terminals to remove foreign substances before inserting the battery pack.
If the CAM will not be in use for a while, remove the battery pack from the CAM.
To insert the batteries for External Camera Module
1.
Open the battery cover by turning the lid to align the BATT. open mark (
mark ( ▲ ) on the cover.
) and
2.
Install two AAA size batteries. Make sure to match the “+” and “-” ends of the
batteries with the diagram inside the compartment.
3.
Close the battery cover by turning the cover in reversed direction of step 1.
1
2
Notes
✤
20
✤
✤
✤
✤
Properly dispose of the expired batteries. Contact your local government or
3
community disposal service for disposal practices in your area. Keep them away from
small children.
Do not mix old and new batteries. When replacing the batteries, replace them both.
If the External Camera Module will not be in use for a while, remove the batteries.
Do not insert a foreign material or electric conducting material in the battery compartment. It can cause device failure.
Do not open the battery cover with an excessive force. The connected cable may become disconnected.
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How to Use the Battery Pack
Maintain the Battery Pack
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
The battery pack should be recharged in an environment of between 32°F(0°C) and 104°F(40°C).
The battery pack should never be charged in a room temperature that is below 32°F(0°C).
The life and capacity of the battery pack will be reduced if it is used in temperatures below 32°F(0°C) or left in temperatures
above 104°F(40°C) for a long period.
Do not put the battery pack near any heat sources (fire or flames, for example).
Do not disassemble, process, press or heat the Battery Pack.
Do not allow the + and - terminals of the battery pack to be short-circuited. It may cause leakage, heat generation,
induce fire and overheating.
It is recommended to use original battery pack that is available at SAMSUNG service center.
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How to Use the Battery Pack
Continuous recording time based on battery type
If you close the LCD screen, it switches off automatically.
The continuous recording times given in the table below are approximations. Actual recording time depends on usage.
Time
Battery
SB-P90A (900mAh)
SB-P180A (1800mAh) (option)
Continuous Recording Time
LCD ON
Backlight OFF
Approx. 60 min.
Approx. 80 min.
Approx. 120 min.
Approx. 160 min.
Notes
✤
✤
✤
✤
Prepare an extra battery if you use the CAM outdoors.
Contact a Samsung retailer to purchase a new battery pack.
If you zoom in or out, the recording time becomes shorter.
‘Continuous Recording Time’ indicates the time that you neither use zooming function
nor play video files and record the video file continuously when the EIS(
) function is off.
Warning
✤
22
When you eject the battery pack from the CAM, hold the battery pack to prevent it dropping to the floor.
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How to Use the Battery Pack
Battery Level Display
The Battery Level Display shows the amount of battery power remaining in the Battery Pack.
State
Message
Fully charged
-
40~60% used
-
60~80% used
-
80~95% used
-
Exhausted(flickers)
The device will soon turn off.
Change the Battery Pack
as soon as possible.
-
(flickers)
The device will be forced to
turn off after 5 seconds.
“Battery Low”
Battery Level Indicator
Video Play 100-0056
00:16 / 00:32
Tips for Battery Identification
If the battery has been fully charged, the charge indicator is green.
If you are charging the battery, the color of the charge indicator is orange.
The charge indicator flickers if the battery is abnormal.
Charge indicator
Charging time based on battery type
Capacity
SB-P90A (900mAh)
SB-P180A (1800mAh) (option)
Power On
Approx. 6 hr. 30 min
Approx. 13 hr.
Power Off
Approx. 1 hr. 40 min
Approx. 3 hr. 20 min
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How to Use the Battery Pack
Charging the Battery Pack
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] up to turn the CAM off.
2.
Attach the Battery Pack to the CAM.
3.
Fix the CAM into the cradle.
4.
Connect the AC power adapter to the DC In jack on the cradle.
Charging through the cradle
◆ You can detach the AC adapter by pressing the buttons
on the sides of the adapter cable plug while pulling it out.
5.
Insert the AC power adapter into the outlet.
Note
✤
You can also charge the battery pack when you use the CAM
by connecting the AC power adapter to the CAM directly.
Warning
✤
✤
24
It is recommended you fully charge the battery pack before use.
You should only charge the battery in an environment between 32°F
and 104°F.
Charging directly to the CAM
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Getting Started
The Color of the LED
The color of the LED varies depending on the power or charge.
When the AC Adapter is plugged in
LED Color
Red
Green
Orange
Green
Orange Blink
Power
Voice / Video Record
On
Off
Off
-
Charging state
Charging
Fully charged
Error
When the AC Adapter is unplugged
LED Color
Green
Orange
Red
Power
On
Off
Voice / Video Record
Charging state
-
Using Hardware Reset Function
If the unit is not performing correctly, use this function to set the CAM back to
its original, default state.
1. Remove the battery pack and the AC adapter.
2.
Turn the LCD monitor so it faces front.
3.
Press the [Display] button.
Note
✤
If you reset the CAM, all functions you set are initialized.
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Getting Started
Before You Start Operating the CAM
Before using the CAM, refer to this page for easy operation. The Memory Stick is an optional accessory and not included.
1. Install the battery pack and insert the Memory Stick into the Memory Stick slot. (Refer to page 34)
2. Charge the battery pack by fixing the CAM into the cradle and connecting the power cable to the
cradle. (Refer to page 24)
3. Slide the [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ You can select Video mode or Previous mode as the start-up mode in System Settings. (Refer to page 96)
◆ Video mode : The CAM starts up in Video Mode.
◆ Previous Mode : The CAM starts up in the mode you used last.
4. Slide the [▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired mode and press the [OK] button.
5. Press the [OK] button to take pictures, record, hear music or record voice.
Press the [Menu] button to view the menu.
6. When you finished, move [Mode Selector] up to turn the CAM off.
For example:If you want to select Photo Mode
Mode Selection
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Mode Selection
1
2
Video
MP3
Photo
Voice Recorder
3
MP3
4
Voice Recorder
6
5
File Browser
7
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
File Browser
System Settings
Back
Video: You can record and play video files.
Photo: You can take and view photo files.
MP3: You can download and listen to music.
Voice Recorder: You can record and playback the voice.
File Browser: You can delete, lock, copy the file and view the file information.
System Settings: You can set the LCD monitor brightness/color, date/time, system and memory.
Back: The screen moves to previous menu in the selected mode.
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Getting Started
Using the Function Button
The Function button is used to make a selection, move the cursor, select the functions and exit from the menu.
Using the Function button
Recording /
Picture taking
Button
Playing/Viewing
Selecting
Function Button
Zoom out (▲ )
RPS (
)
Select up
Zoom in (▼)
FPS (
)
Select down
Multi-Play screen
Multi-Play screen
Return to previous
menu
Change from Record/
Capture to Play/View
Play/Pause
Confirm selecting
Return to
previous menu
Select up
Select menu
Select down
Note
✤
✤
If there is no file stored when you press the [OK] button in Video
Record/Photo Capture mode, nothing occurs.
Refer to page 41 for further details about the function button.
Select menu
The Use of [Back] and [Menu] button
Button
Video Record/Photo Capture
Video Play/Photo View
Move to Video Play/
Photo View
Move to Video Record/
Photo Capture
Move to <Settings>
Move to <File Options>
(Press for about
2 seconds)
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Getting Started
Using the Display Button
You can use various functions by pressing the [Display] button.
1. Open the LCD monitor.
2. Slide the [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
◆ The video screen appears.
◆ You can select Video mode or Previous mode as the start-up mode in System Settings. (Refer to page 96)
3. Press the [Display] button.
Record/Capture Help
Select Mode Help
Select Mode
Record/Capture Help
Up
Zoom Out
Play Mode
Play Last
Select
Back
Down
Zoom In
Record
Off
If you press the [Display] button
✤
✤
✤
✤
Once: The display indicators turn off.
Twice: The back light turns off.
3 times: It returns to the initial screen.
Hold down the button for 2 seconds:
The [Help] screen according to each
mode appears.
Mode
Selection
Off
Menu
Time/Date Dialog Help
Play Help
Play Help
Time/Date Dialog Help
Next
Back
Mode
Selection
Play
Next/FF
Down
Off
Off
28
Prev./Rew
Up
Cancel
Open/Close
Menu
Close Mode
Selection
Menu
Mode
Selection
Menu
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Getting Started
Adjusting the LCD Monitor
The CAM is equipped with a color Liquid Crystal Display monitor, which enables you to view directly what you are recording or
playing back. Depending on the conditions under which you are using the CAM (indoors or outdoors for example), you can
adjust the LCD Brightness or Color.
1. Slide the [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2. Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Back
3. Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Display> and press the [OK] button.
3
System Settings
Display
Date / Time
System
Memory
Back
4. Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <LCD Brightness> or <LCD Color> and
press the [OK] button.
4
Settings: Display
LCD Brightness 20%
LCD Color
50%
Back
5. Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select desired brightness or color and
press the [OK] button.
◆ Refer to pages 88~89 for details.
5
Settings: Display
LCD Brightness 20 %
LCD Color
60 %
Back
Notes
✤ If you select [Back] in the menu, the previous menu appears.
✤ If it is too bright, adjust the LCD Brightness.
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Getting Started
Structure of the Folders and Files
The video files and photo files are stored in internal memory, Memory Stick or Memory Stick Pro as below.
Notes
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
Refer to page 34 for details about Memory Stick.
You can store general data in files and folders of the CAM.
The number of the file is up to 9,999 and folder is up to 999.
DCAM✽✽✽✽.JPG: Photo file
SMOV✽✽✽✽.AVI: Video file
SWAV✽✽✽✽.WAV: Voice file
✽✽✽✽✽✽✽✽.MP3: MP3 file
MISC: DPOF files are stored.
For proper operation, do not change any file or folder names
except those labelled ‘Free’.
You can change files or folders named ‘Free’.
Video files that you have not made with the CAM may not
be able to be played.
Free folder means the folder is untitled.
DCIM
100SSDVC
101SSDVC
.
.
.
DCAM0001.JPG
.
.
.
DCAM9999.JPG
DCAM0001.JPG
.
.
.
DCAM9999.JPG
999SSDVC
AVTRINT.MRK
MISC
Free.MP3
MSAMSUNG
MP3
Free
Free
Warning
✤
✤
✤
SSMOV
Do not turn the power off while recording, playing,
erasing a file or formatting the Memory Stick.
Please turn the power off before you insert or eject the
Memory Stick to avoid losing data.
Save important files separately.
SMOV0001.AVI
.
.
.
SMOV9999.AVI
999SSMOV
VOICE
MEMSTICK.IND
MSTK_PRO.IND
30
100SSMOV
.
.
.
100SSWAV
.
.
.
999SSWAV
SWAV0001.WAV
.
.
.
SWAV9999.WAV
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Getting Started
Recording Time and Capacity
Video Record Time
Super Fine
Media
352
512MB(SC-X105L)
1GB(SC-X110L)
32MB
64MB
Memory Stick
128MB
256MB
Memory Stick Pro
512MB
1GB
Internal Memory
Fine
Normal
Capacity
approx. 21min.
approx. 44min.
X
X
X
approx. 10min.
approx. 20min.
approx. 42min.
720
approx. 10min.
approx. 22min.
X
X
X
approx. 5min.
approx. 10min.
approx. 21min.
352
352
720
720
approx. 32min. approx. 16min. approx. 65min. approx. 32min.
approx. 66min. approx. 33min. approx. 132mi. approx. 66min.
approx. 2min.
X
approx. 4min. approx. 2min.
approx. 4min.
X
approx. 8min. approx. 4min.
approx. 8min.
X
approx. 16min. approx. 8min.
approx. 15min. approx. 7min. approx. 30min. approx. 15min.
approx. 31min. approx. 15min. approx. 62min. approx. 31min.
approx. 63min. approx. 31min. approx. 126min. approx. 63min.
Warning
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
352 and 720 are video resolutions.
The compressibility is changed automatically depending on the recorded images. The maximum recording time and
capacity can be changed in ‘Video Record’.
You may be not able to record or play normal video files if you use a Memory Stick with over 1GB capacity.
You can record video files at the 720/Normal, 352/Normal and 352/Fine sizes in the Memory Stick but
the quality is not guaranteed.
If you record video files at the of Normal(352/720) quality in the internal memory, Memory Stick or
Memory Stick Pro, the recording time becomes longer but the video may have lower quality than other levels.
The recording time and capacity may vary if a bad sector(section) is generated when you record video files
in the Memory Stick and Memory Stick Pro.
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Getting Started
Number of Photos that can be taken
Voice Record Time
Quality
Media
Internal
Memory
Memory Stick
Memory Stick
Pro
Capacity
512MB
1GB
32MB
64MB
128MB
256MB
512MB
1GB
Media
800✕600
approx. 5019
approx. 9803
approx. 313
approx. 627
approx. 1254
approx. 2509
approx. 5019
approx. 9803
640✕480
approx. 8258
approx. 16129
approx. 516
approx. 1032
approx. 2064
approx. 4129
approx. 8258
approx. 16129
Internal Memory
Memory Stick
Memory Stick
Pro
Capacity
512MB
1GB
32MB
64MB
128MB
256MB
512MB
1GB
Time
approx. 8hr.
approx. 18hr.
approx. 33min.
approx. 1hr.
approx. 2hr.
approx. 4hr.
approx. 8hr.
approx. 17hr.
Notes
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
800 x 600 and 640 x 480 are video resolutions.
The recording time and capacity is an approximation.
You can format the Memory Stick on the CAM. (Refer to page 101)
Do not format the Memory Stick or Memory Stick Pro on the PC.
The recording time and the number of images shown are maximum figures based on using one function.
In actual use, using more than one function will reduce the capacity of each.
✤ If you set the light on, the number of photos that can be taken will be reduced.
✤ If you format the Memory Stick or Memory Stick Pro, use the Memory Stick Formatter in the supplied
software CD.
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Getting Started
Selecting the Memory Type
You can select the memory type - internal memory or external memory(Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro).
The Memory Stick is an optional accessory.
3 Mode Selection
The video file and the photo files are stored in internal memory by default.
MP3
To store on a Memory Stick, ‘External’ must be selected.
Voice Recorder
1. Insert the Memory Stick. (Refer to page 34)
2. Slide the [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
File Browser
System Settings
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
Back
3. Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
4
4. Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Memory> and press the [OK] button.
System Settings
Display
Date / Time
System
Memory
Back
5. Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Storage Type> and press the [OK] button.
5
Settings: Memory
Storage Type
Internal
Format
Internal
Memory Space 357MB/493MB
Back
6. Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select desired type and press the [OK] button.
6
◆ You can select external or internal memory.
Note
Settings: Memory
Storage Type
External
Format
Internal
Memory Space 357MB/493MB
Back
✤ If you insert the Memory Stick or Memory Stick Pro, the memory type selection screen appears automatically.
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Getting Started
Using the Memory Stick (Optional Accessory)
Inserting a Memory Stick
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the LCD monitor.
Open the Memory Stick slot lid.
Insert the Memory Stick into the slot until it softly clicks.
Close the slot lid.
Caution: This screen will appear if the Memory Stick
is inserted with the power on.
◆ If you select <OK>, the memory type changes to ‘External’ and
if you select <Cancel>, files are stored in internal memory.
] icon is displayed
next to the memory type indicator.
◆ If you insert a locked Memory Stick, the [
Ejecting a Memory Stick
1.
2.
3.
4.
HOLD
Open the LCD monitor.
Open the Memory Stick slot lid.
Slightly push the Memory Stick inwards to pop it out.
Pull the Memory Stick out of the slot and close the lid.
Video Record
SF / 720
External memory inserted.
Do you want to change
memory to external?
BLC
OK
Cancel
00:16 / 24:32
HOLD
Notes
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
Do not apply excessive force when you insert / eject the Memory Stick.
Do not turn the power off while recording, playing, erasing files or formatting the Memory Stick.
Please turn the power off before you insert or eject the Memory Stick to avoid losing data.
Do not place the Memory Stick near a strong electro-magnetic device.
Do not allow metal substances to come in contact with the terminals on the Memory Stick.
Do not bend the Memory Stick.
After pulling the memory stick out from the CAM, keep it in a soft case to prevent static shock.
The data stored on the stick may be changed or lost as a result of misuse, static electricity,
electric noise or repair. Save important files separately.
✤ Samsung is not responsible for data loss due to misuse.
✤ Memory Stick and
are trademarks of Sony Corporation.
✤ All other product names mentioned herein may be the trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective companies. “TM” will not be mentioned in every
instance in this manual.
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The Memory Stick View
Terminals
Write-protect
Switch
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Getting Started
Mode and Menu Selection
You can select the mode and menu as follows. There are 2 ways of selecting menu. Select the way you prefer.
Mode Selection
1.
2.
Slide the [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select a desired mode and press the [OK] button.
Menu Selection
1.
Press the [Menu] button after selecting the desired mode.
2.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select a desired menu and press the [OK] button.
SPECIAL OPERATION
1. Press the [Menu] button for 2 seconds.
◆ The set up menu screen of the selected mode
(Video, Photo etc.) appears.
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1
Video Mode
Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Zooming In and Out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Setting the Video In . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Playing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Playing on the LCD Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Selecting File Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Deleting Video files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Locking Video files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Copying Video files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the PB Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
42
43
44
45
Setting Various Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Setting the Video file Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Video file Quailty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the EIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the White Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Program AE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the BLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Effect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Digital Zoom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
Note
✤ You can set the time and date in System Settings. Refer to pages 90~91.
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Video Mode : Recording
Recording
You can record video and store it in memory.
Refer to the page 108 for recording video using the External Camera Module.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
◆ You can select Video mode or Previous mode as the start-up mode in System Settings.
1
(Refer to page 96)
Video Record
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2.
SF / 720
Press [Record/Stop] button to start recording.
◆ [ ● REC] indicator displays on LCD.
◆ The elapsed and remaining times are displayed and it starts recording.
2
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BLC
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3.
Press the [Record/Stop] button again to stop recording.
◆ It stops recording and the CAM is ready again.
4.
Slide [Mode Selector] up to turn off the CAM.
Notes
✤
✤
✤
3
Video Record
SF / 720
BLC
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Video Record
REC
STBY
If the Auto Shut Off is set, the CAM turns off automatically after 5 minutes.
Detach the Battery Pack when you finish recording to prevent unnecessary battery power consumption.
You can check the recording time. Elapsed time Remaining time
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Video Mode : Recording
Zooming In and Out
Zooming lets you change the size of the subject captured in a scene.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
◆ You can select Video mode or Previous mode as the start-up mode in System Settings.
(Refer to page 96)
2.
Press the [Record/Stop] button to start recording.
Video Record
SF / 720
Zoom Out
BLC
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch up to zoom out.
●
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The subject appears farther away
when you zoom out.
Video Record
REC
SF / 720
BLC
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch down to zoom in.
●
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The subject appears closer
when you zoom in.
Video Record
REC
SF / 720
BLC
Zoom In
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Notes
✤
✤
38
Frequent use of zooming may result in higher battery power consumption.
Refer to page 54 about Digital Zoom.
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Video Mode : Recording
Setting the Video In
Video In function works only in Video mode.
Video In setting enables you to record signal from external sources or External Camera Module and display it on LCD monitor.
Also, you can direct your video or image to external devices to record or play back.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
2.
2
Video Record
Record
Video In
Play
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Video In>.
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Back
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3.
“Choose the type of line-in source” message appears.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <External Camera> when using the
external camera or <Normal> when using just the camcorder, then press
the [OK] button.
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Play
Settings
Back
External Camera
Normal
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3
✤
Video Record
Record
Choose the type of
Video
line-inInsource.
If <External Camera> is selected, “External” appears on the screen.
If <Normal> is selected, “Normal” appears on the screen.
Note
SF / 720
External
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When the External Camera Module is connected, [Record/Stop] button of the main set does
not operate.
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Video Mode : Playing
Playing on the LCD Monitor
You can view playback of video files on the LCD monitor.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
1
Video Record
SF / 720
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
BLC
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2.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Play>.
2
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SF / 720
Record
Video In
Play
Settings
Back
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3.
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to find the video file you want to play.
3
Press [OK] button to play the video file you want.
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◆ Each time you slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch, the frame moves horizontally.
◆ Each time you press the [+]/[ - ] button, another page of 6 frames is displayed.
◆ Each time you press the [OK] button, play or pause is selected repeatedly.
5.
Press the [OK] button again to pause.
Note
✤
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You can press the [Back] button to go directly to the first page of 6 frames.
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Video Mode : Playing
The button and switch you use when playing the video file
[OK] Button: Play or pause the video file
[▲ ] Switch: In Video Play mode: Press it to move to previous file.
Press and hold it to use RPS function. (RPS rate: 2x➝4x➝8x➝16x➝32x➝64x➝128x)
[▼ ] Switch: In Video Play mode: Press it to move to next file.
Press and hold it to use FPS function. (FPS rate: 2x➝4x➝8x➝16x➝32x➝64x➝128x)
In Video Play mode: Press and hold it to play slowly when paused.
Press it to move to the next frame when paused.
Adjusting the Sound
1.
2.
Press the [OK] button to play the video file.
1
Press the [+] button to increase the volume.
◆ Each time you press the [+] button, the volume bar increases and the sound level will get louder.
◆ The volume bar disappears after 1~2 seconds.
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Press the [-] button to decrease the volume.
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◆ Each time you press the [-] button, the volume bar decreases and the sound level will get quieter.
◆ The volume bar disappears after 1~2 seconds.
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Notes
✤
✤
✤
You can adjust the volume up to 10 steps.
You can also play the video file on a TV screen by connecting the CAM to a TV. (Refer to page 112)
You must install the Image Mixer software (see page 117) to playback video files recorded on the CAM on your PC.
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Video Mode : Selecting File Options
Deleting Video files
You can delete video files in <File Options>.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
2
Video Record
SF / 720
Record
Video In
2.
Settings
Play
Back
Settings
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting [Play].
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3.
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the video file you want to delete.
4
Press the [Menu] button to select <File Options> and press the [OK] button.
◆ You can select <File Options> only in Video Play mode.
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Record
Video In
PlayOptions
File
01
03
File
BackOptions
Back
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Delete> and press the [OK] button.
5
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Delete
Lock
6.
Copy To
PB Option
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select from the following. Press the [OK] button.
◆ Selected: The selected video file is deleted.
◆ All: All video files are deleted.
◆ Cancel: Cancel deleting video files.
01
Back
6
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Delete
Choose the file(s)
Lock
to delete
Note
✤
42
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Video Play mode, you can move to <File Options> directly.
03
01
Copy To ext.
Selected
Back
All
Cancel
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Video Mode : Selecting File Options
Locking Video files
You can lock the important video file to prevent accidental deletion.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
2
Video Record
SF / 720
Record
Video In
2.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Play>.
Settings
Play
Back
Settings
Back
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3.
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the video file you want to lock.
Press the [Menu] button to select <File Options> and press the [OK] button.
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Record
◆ You can select <File Options> only in Video Play mode.
Video In
PlayOptions
File
01
03
File
BackOptions
Back
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Lock> and press the [OK] button.
5
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Delete
Lock
Copy To
6.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select from the following and
press the [OK] button.
◆ Selected: The selected video file is locked.
◆ All: All video files are locked.
◆ Cancel: Cancel locking video files.
Notes
✤
✤
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Video Play mode, you can move to <File Options> directly.
The <
> icon is displayed when the file is locked.
01
03
PB Option
Back
6
Video Play 100-0056
Delete
Choose the file(s) you would
Lock
to lock.
01
Copy To ext.
Selected
DPOF
All
Cancel
Back
03
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Video Mode : Selecting File Options
Copying Video files
This allows you to copy files back and forth between the internal and external memory.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
2
Video Record
SF / 720
Record
Video In
2.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Play>.
Settings
Play
Back
Settings
Back
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3.
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the video file you want to copy.
Press the [Menu] button to select <File Options> and press the [OK] button.
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Record
◆ You can select <File Options> only in Video Play mode.
Video In
PlayOptions
File
01
03
File
BackOptions
Back
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Copy To> and press the [OK] button.
◆ If you selected video ‘External’ as the Storage type, the file is copied to ‘internal’ and
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Delete
vice versa.
Lock
Copy To
6.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select from the following and
press the [OK] button.
◆ Selected: Copy the selected video file.
◆ All: Copy all video files.
◆ Cancel: Cancel copying video files.
01
PB Option
Back
6
Video Play 100-0056
Choose the file(s) to copy
to memory stick?
Selected
Note
✤
44
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Video Play mode, you can move to <File Options> directly.
All
Cancel
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Video Mode : Selecting File Options
Setting the PB(Play Back) Option
You can play all files continuously or play the selected file only.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
2
Video Record
SF / 720
Record
Video In
2.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Play>.
Settings
Play
Back
Settings
Back
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3.
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the video file you want to set.
Press the [Menu] button to select <File Options> and press the [OK] button.
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Record
◆ You can select <File Options> only in Video Play mode.
Video In
PlayOptions
File
01
03
File
BackOptions
Back
5.
Slide the [▲ /▼ ] switch to select <PB Option> and press the [OK] button.
5
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Delete
Lock
Copy To
6.
Note
✤
03
PB Option
Back
Slide the [▲ /▼ ] switch to select from the following and
press the [OK] button.
◆ Selected: Play the selected video file.
◆ All: Play all video files.
◆ Cancel: Cancel setting PB Option.
01
6
Video Play 100-0056
Would you like to play
only selected file or
all files?
Selected
All
Cancel
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Video Play mode, you can move to <File Options> directly.
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Video Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the Video file Size
You can set the video files size. The file storage capacity depends on the Memory Stick and
video file size.
1.
2
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
3.
Video In
Play
Settings
Settings
Back
Back
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Size> and press the [OK] button.
SF / 720
Record
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
2.
Video Record
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◆ 720: Selects 720 pixels.
◆ 352: Selects 352 pixels.
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Video Settings
Size
720
Quality
Super Fine
Focus
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
4.
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the video file size and
press the [OK] button.
4
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
Video Settings
Size
352
Quality
Super Fine
Focus
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
5
Video Record
SF / 352
Notes
✤
✤
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Video Record mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
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Video Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the Video file Quality
You can set the video files quality. The files storage capacity depends on the Memory Stick
and video file quality.
1.
2.
3.
2
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
Video Record
Record
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
Video In
Play
Settings
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
Settings
Back
Back
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Quality> and press the [OK] button.
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3
◆ SF(Super Fine): Selects highest quality.
◆ F(Fine): Selects high quality.
◆ N(Normal): Selects normal quality.
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Video Settings
Size
720
Quality
Super Fine
Focus
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
4.
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the video file quality and
press the [OK] button.
4
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
Video Settings
Size
720
Quality
Fine
Focus
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
5
Video Record
F / 720
Notes
✤
✤
✤
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
If you use the Memory Stick, you can select the size and quality of 720/Normal,
352/Fine and 352/Normal only.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Video Record mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
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Video Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the Focus
You can set the focus depending on the subject or environment. In most situations,
it is best to use the AF(Auto Focus).
1.
2.
3.
2
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
Video In
Play
Settings
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
Settings
Back
Back
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Focus> and press the [OK] button.
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select desired setting and press the [OK] button.
5.
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
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4
Manual Focus
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48
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Video Record mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
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Video Settings
Size
720
Quality
Super Fine
Focus
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
◆ If you select the AF, no icon is displayed.
Adjust the focus using [ + ] / [ - ] button to zoom in or out manually.
◆ When a picture contains objects that are both close and far away from the CAM.
◆ When a person is enveloped in fog or surrounded by snow.
SF / 720
Record
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
◆ AF: Set the focus automatically. When the CAM turns on, AF is selected by default.
◆ MF( ): Set the focus manually.
✤
✤
Video Record
Video Settings
Size
720
Quality
Super Fine
Focus
MF
EIS
On
Video Settings
White Balance Auto
5
Video Record
SF / 720
Video Setting
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Video Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the EIS (Electronic Image Stabilizer)
The Electrical Image Stabilizer is a function that compensates for hand shake and other movements while recording.
EIS provides more stable video when:
Video Record SF
2
◆ Recording with zooming
Record
◆ Recording small objects
Video In
◆ Recording while walking or moving
Play
Settings
◆ Recording through the window in the vehicle
1.
2.
3.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
Settings
Back
Back
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
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Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <EIS> and press the [OK] button.
◆ On(
): Set the EIS function.
◆ Off: Cancel the EIS function.
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Video Settings
Size
720
Quality
Super Fine
Focus
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
4
4.
/ 720
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select desired setting and press the [OK] button.
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
Video Settings
Size
720
Quality
Super Fine
Focus
AF
EIS
Off
White Balance Auto
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
5
Video Record
Vid
SF / 720
Notes
✤
✤
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Video Record mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
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Video Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the White Balance
The White balance may vary depending on the lighting conditions.
The White Balance is used to preserve natural colors under different lighting conditions.
1.
2.
3.
2
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
Video In
Play
Settings
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
Settings
Back
Back
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <White Balance> and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select desired setting and press the [OK] button.
SF / 720
Record
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
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Video Settings
White Balance Auto
◆ Auto: The color is adjusted automatically depending on the condition.
◆ Hold(
): Records and Holds (Locks) selected White Balance setting.
◆ Outdoor( ): Records with natural light.
◆ Indoor( ): Records with indoor lighting.
4.
Video Record
Program AE
4
Auto
BLC
Off
Effect
Off
Digital Zoom
Off
Video Settings
White Balance Outdoor
Program AE
5.
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
◆ If you select <Auto>, no icon is displayed.
Notes
✤
✤
✤
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Turn the Digital Zoom off for more accurate White Balance setting.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Video Record mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
5
Auto
BLC
Off
Effect
Off
Digital Zoom
Off
Video Record
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Video Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the Program AE (Programmed Auto Exposure)
Program AE allows you to adjust the aperture setting to suit different conditions.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
2.
2
Video Record
SF / 720
Record
Video In
Play
Settings
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
Settings
Back
Back
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3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Program AE> and press the [OK] button.
◆ Auto: Auto balances between the subject and background to get the best result.
3
The shutter speed automatically varies from 1/60 to 1/250 per second depending on
the scene.
◆ Sports( ): For recording fast-moving people or objects. It is suitable for sports events
and recording outside in the car.
◆ Spotlight( ): Compensates for a subject that appears too bright under strong direct light
such as spotlight. It is suitable for concerts and school performances.
4
◆ Sand/Snow( ): Use when the light is very strong such as on the beach or in the snow.
◆ HS Shutter( ): Allows fast-moving images to be captured one frame at a time.
4.
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select desired setting and press the [OK] button.
Video Settings
White Balance Auto
Program AE
Auto
BLC
Off
Effect
Off
Digital Zoom
Off
Video Settings
White Balance Auto
Program AE
Sports
BLC
Off
Effect
Off
Digital Zoom
Off
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
◆ If you select <Auto>, no icon is displayed.
Notes
✤
✤
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Video Record mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
5
Video Record
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BLC
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Video Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the BLC (Backlight Compensation)
The Backlight Compensation function helps to make the subject brighter when the subject is
in front of a window or the subject is too dark to distinguish. You can use this function when
using your the CAM in bright or snowy backgrounds.
1.
2
Video Record
SF / 720
Record
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
Video In
Play
Settings
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
Settings
Back
Back
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2.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
3
Video Settings
White Balance Auto
Program AE
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <BLC> and press the [OK] button.
◆ On(
): Set the BLC function.
◆ Off: Cancel the BLC function.
4.
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select desired setting and press the [OK] button.
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
◆<
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4
Auto
BLC
Off
Effect
Off
Digital Zoom
Off
Video Settings
White Balance Auto
Program AE
5
Auto
BLC
On
Effect
Off
Digital Zoom
Off
Video Record
SF / 720
> is displayed.
Notes
✤
✤
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Video Record mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
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Video Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the Effect
You can create professional looking effects on your video file.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
2
Video Record
SF / 720
Record
Video In
Play
Settings
2.
3.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Effect> and press the [OK] button.
◆ Off: Cancels the <Effect>.
◆ Art: Adds artistic effects to your video file.
◆ Mosaic: A mosaic overlay appears on your video file.
◆ Sepia: The picture is displayed in sepia color similar to that of an old photograph.
◆ Negative: Reverses the colors, creating the look of a negative.
◆ Mirror: This mode cuts the picture in half using a Mirror effect.
◆ B&W: Changes the images into Black and White.
◆ Emboss: Embossing effects on your video file.
Settings
Back
Back
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STBY
Video Settings
White Balance Auto
4
Program AE
Auto
BLC
Off
Effect
Off
Digital Zoom
Off
Video Settings
White Balance Auto
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select desired setting and press the [OK] button.
5.
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
5
Program AE
Auto
BLC
Off
Effect
Mirror
Digital Zoom
Off
Video Record
SF / 720
◆ The Effect icon is displayed in the lower right corner.
Notes
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Video Record mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
BLC
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Video Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the Digital Zoom
Zooming more than 10x is achieved digitally, up to 100X when combined with optical zoom.
The Digital Zoom processes data to enlarge the center portion of the image to fill the frame.
It may produce a less detailed and slightly grainy picture.
1.
2
Video Record
SF / 720
Record
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
Video In
Play
Settings
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
Settings
Back
Back
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2.
3.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Digital Zoom> and press the [OK] button.
◆ On: Sets the Digital Zoom. (X100)
◆ Off: Cancels the Digital Zoom.
4.
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select desired setting and press the [OK] button.
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
3
STBY
Video Settings
White Balance Auto
4
Program AE
Auto
BLC
Off
Effect
Off
Digital Zoom
Off
Video Settings
White Balance Auto
5
Program AE
Auto
BLC
Off
Effect
Off
Digital Zoom
On
Video Record
SF / 720
◆ 4 zoom indicators increase after setting the Digital Zoom.
Notes
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Video Record mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
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Photo Mode
Capturing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Capturing Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Zooming In and Out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Viewing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Viewing Photo files on the LCD Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Selecting File Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Deleting Photo files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Locking Photo files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting DPOF Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Copying Photo files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setting Various Funtions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Setting the Photo file Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the EIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the White Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Program AE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the BLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Photo Mode : Capturing
Capturing Images
You can take photos as well as record video files.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
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Mode Selection
Video
Photo
MP3
Voice Recorder
File Browser
2.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Photo mode and press the [OK] button.
◆ The CAM is ready for taking pictures.
◆[
] indicator is displayed on LCD.
3.
Press [Record /Stop] button to take pictures.
Note
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If the battery is low and the battery charge icon blinks, the light will not operate
and the light icon( ) will not appear in the LCD screen.
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Photo Capture
800
Capturing...
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Photo Capture
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Photo Mode : Capturing
Zooming In and Out
Zooming lets you change the size of the subject captured in a scene.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Photo mode
and press the [OK] button.
Photo Capture
800
Zoom Out
◆ To take pictures, press the [Record/Stop] button again.
BLC
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch up to zoom out.
●
The subject appears farther away
when you zoom out.
Photo Capture
800
Photo Capture
800
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch down to zoom in.
●
The subject appears closer
when you zoom in.
Zoom In
Note
✤
Frequent use of zooming may result in higher battery power consumption.
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Photo Mode : Viewing
Viewing Photo files on the LCD Monitor
The LCD monitor allows you to view your photo right after taking them.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
Video
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Photo mode and press the [OK] button.
Photo
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
MP3
Voice Recorder
File Browser
3.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <View>.
3
Photo Capture
800
Capture
View
Settings
Capturing...
Back
4.
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to find the photo you want to view.
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Photo View 100-0022
Press [OK] button to view the photo you want.
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Photo View 100-0022
◆ Each time you slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch, the frame moves horizontally.
◆ Each time you press the [+]/[ - ] button, another page of 6 frames is displayed.
◆ The full screen is displayed.
Capturing...
Note
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Display time may vary depending on the picture size.
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Photo Mode : Selecting File Options
Deleting Photo files
You can delete photo files in <File Options>.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Photo mode and press the [OK] button.
4.
5.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <View>.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the photo file you want to delete.
Press the [Menu] button to select <File Options> and press the [OK] button.
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View
Settings
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3.
Photo Capture
Capture
Back
5
Photo View 100-0022
Capture
View
◆ You can select <File Options> only in Photo View mode.
File Options
01
03
Back
6.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Delete> and press the [OK] button.
6
Photo View 100-0022
Delete
Lock
Copy To
01
03
DPOF
Back
7.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the following and press the [OK] button.
◆ Selected: The selected photo file is deleted.
◆ All: All photo files are deleted.
◆ Cancel: Cancel deleting photo files.
Note
✤
7
Photo View 100-0022
Delete
Choose the file(s)
Lock
to delete
01
Copy To ext.
Selected
DPOF
All
Cancel
Back
03
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Photo View mode, you can move to <File Options> directly.
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Photo Mode : Selecting File Options
Locking Photo files
You can lock important photo files so they can not be deleted.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
3
4.
5.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <View>.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the photo file you want to lock.
Press the [Menu] button to select <File Options> and press the [OK] button.
800
Capture
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Photo mode and press the [OK] button.
View
Settings
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3.
Photo Capture
Back
5
Photo View 100-0022
Capture
View
◆ You can select <File Options> only in Photo View mode.
File Options
01
03
Back
6.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Lock> and press the [OK] button.
6
Photo View 100-0022
Delete
Lock
Copy To
7.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select from the following and press the [OK] button.
◆ Selected: The selected photo file is locked.
◆ All: All photo files are locked.
◆ Cancel: Cancel locking photo files.
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01
03
DPOF
Back
Photo View 100-0022
Delete
Choose the file(s) you would
Lock
to lock.
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Press and hold the [Menu] button in Photo View mode, you can move to <File Options> directly.
The <
> icon is displayed when the file is locked.
01
Copy To ext.
Selected
DPOF
All
Cancel
Back
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Photo Mode : Selecting File Options
Setting DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) Function
DPOF (Digital Printing Order Format) creates print information for photos you select and
numbers them on the Memory Stick or Memory Stick Pro.
You can easily make prints on a DPOF compatible printer or order copies.
1.
3
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
800
View
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
Photo Capture
Capture
Settings
Back
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Photo mode and press the [OK] button.
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
4.
5.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <View>.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the photo file you want to print.
Press the [Menu] button to select <File Options> and press the [OK] button.
6.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <DPOF> and press the [OK] button.
3.
◆ You can select <DPOF> only when you’ve selected ‘External’ as the storage type.
5
Photo View 100-0022
Capture
View
File Options
01
03
Back
6
Photo View 100-0022
Delete
Refer to page 33.
Lock
Copy To
01
03
DPOF
Back
7.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the number of copies you want to print
and press the [OK] button to set.
Notes
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✤
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Photo View mode, you can move to <File Options> directly.
Refer to page 123 for further details about DPOF function and printing DPOF files.
You can set up to 30 copies for DPOF printing.
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Photo View 100-0022
Delete
2 copies for DPOF print
Lock
Copy To ext.
01
03
DPOF
Press OK to set.
Back
Press
to cancel.
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Photo Mode : Selecting File Options
Copying Photo files
You can copy photo files to the internal or external memory.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
3
4.
5.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <View>.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the photo file you want to copy.
Press the [Menu] button to select <File Options> and press the [OK] button.
800
Capture
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Photo mode and press the [OK] button.
View
Settings
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3.
Photo Capture
Back
5
Photo View 100-0022
Capture
View
◆ You can select <File Options> only in Photo View mode.
File Options
01
03
Back
6.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Copy To> and press the [OK] button.
◆ If you selected ‘External’ as the Storage type, the file is copied to ‘Internal’ and vice versa.
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Photo View 100-0022
Delete
Lock
Copy To
01
03
DPOF
7.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select from the following and
press the [OK] button.
◆ Selected: Copy the selected photo file.
◆ All: Copy all photo files.
◆ Cancel: Cancel copying photo files.
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Press and hold the [Menu] button in Photo View mode, you can move to <File Options> directly.
Back
7
Photo View 100-0022
Delete
Choose the file(s) to copy
Lock
to memory stick?
01
Copy To ext.
Selected
DPOF
All
Cancel
Back
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Photo Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the Photo file Size
You can set the photo files size. The amount of photo files that can be stored depends
on the Memory Stick capacity and photo file size.
1.
3
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
View
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Photo mode and press the [OK] button.
Settings
Back
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3.
4.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Size> and press the [OK] button.
800
Capture
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
Photo Capture
4
Photo Settings
Size
◆ You can select 800x600 or 640x480 size.
Light
Auto
Focus
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired setting and
press the [OK] button.
5
Photo Settings
Size
Light
Auto
Focus
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
6.
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
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Photo Capture
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Notes
✤
✤
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Photo Capture mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
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Photo Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the Light
The Light only works in Photo Mode and allows the user to take photos where there is
insufficient light.
1.
3
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
View
Settings
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Photo mode and press the [OK] button.
Back
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3.
4.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Light> and press the [OK] button.
800
Capture
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
Photo Capture
4
Photo Settings
Size
Light
Auto
Focus
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired setting and
press the [OK] button.
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Size
◆ Auto: Sets the light automatically.
◆ On( ): Turns on the light.
◆ Off( ): Turns off the light.
6.
Light
On
Focus
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
Photo Settings
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Photo Capture
Notes
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✤
✤
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Photo Capture mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
If the battery is low and the battery charge icon blinks, the light will not operate
and light icon is set to off state.
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Capturing...
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Photo Mode: Setting Various Functions
Setting the Focus
You can set the focus depending on the subject or the environment.
In most situations, you can record the best photo using AF(Auto Focus).
1.
3
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
View
Settings
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Photo mode and press the [OK] button.
Back
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
800
Capture
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
Photo Capture
4
Photo Settings
Size
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Focus> and press the [OK] button.
Light
◆ AF: Sets the focus automatically. When the CAM turns on, AF is selected by default.
◆ MF( ): Sets the focus manually.
5.
6.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired setting and
press the [OK] button.
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
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Photo Settings
Size
Light
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
◆ If you select AF, no icon is displayed.
Auto
Focus
MF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
Manual Focus
Adjust the focus using [ + ] / [ - ] button to zoom in or out manually.
◆ When a picture has subjects close or distant to the CAM
◆ When a person is enveloped in fog or surrounded by snow
Auto
Focus
6
Photo Capture
Notes
800
Capturing...
BLC
✤
✤
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Photo Capture mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
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Photo Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the EIS (Electronic Image Stabilizer)
The Electrical Image Stabilizer is a function that compensates for hand shake and other movements while taking pictures.
Refer to page 49 for further details.
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Photo Capture
3
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
Capture
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
View
Settings
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Photo mode and press the [OK] button.
Back
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3.
4.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
4
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <EIS> and press the [OK] button.
◆ On(
): Sets the EIS function.
◆ Off: Cancels the EIS function.
Photo Settings
Size
800 x 600
Light
Auto
Focus
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired setting and
press the [OK] button.
5
Photo Settings
Size
800 x 600
Light
Auto
Focus
AF
EIS
Off
White Balance Auto
6.
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
◆ The icon of selected function is displayed.
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Photo Capture mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
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Photo Capture
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Photo Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the White Balance
The color balance may vary depending on the lighting conditions.
The White Balance is used to preserve natural colors under different lighting conditions.
1.
3
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
View
Settings
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Photo mode and press the [OK] button.
Back
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
4
Photo Settings
Size
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <White Balance> and press the [OK] button.
◆ Auto: The color is adjusted automatically depending on the condition.
◆ Hold(
): Records and holds (Locks) selected White Balance setting.
◆ Outdoor( ): Records with natural light.
◆ Indoor( ): Records with the indoor lighting.
5.
6.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired setting and
press the [OK] button.
5
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
Auto
Focus
AF
EIS
On
Photo Settings
Size
800 x 600
Light
Auto
Focus
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Hold
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Photo Capture
Notes
✤
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Photo Capture mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
800 x 600
Light
White Balance Auto
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
◆ If you select <Auto>, no icon is displayed.
✤
800
Capture
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
Photo Capture
800
Capturing...
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Photo Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the Program AE (Programmed Auto Exposure)
It allows you to adjust the aperture setting to suit different conditions.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
3
View
Settings
Back
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
4
4.
800
Capture
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Photo mode and press the [OK] button.
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3.
Photo Capture
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Program AE> and press the [OK] button.
Photo Settings
Light
Auto
◆ Auto: Auto balances between the subject and background to get the best result.
Focus
AF
The shutter speed automatically varies from 1/60 to 1/250 per second
depending on the scene.
◆ Sports( ): For fast-moving people or objects. It is suitable for sports events or when
you are outside in the car.
◆ Spotlight( ): Compensates for a subject that appears too bright under strong direct
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light such as spotlight. It is suitable for concerts and school performances.
◆ Sand/Snow( ): Use when the light is very strong such as on the beach or in the snow.
◆ HS Shutter( ): Allows fast-moving images to be captured one frame at a time.
EIS
On
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired setting and press the [OK] button.
White Balance Auto
6.
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
◆ The selected function icon is displayed.
◆ If you select <Auto>, any icon is not displayed.
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White Balance Auto
Program AE
Auto
Photo Settings
Light
Auto
Focus
AF
EIS
On
Program AE
Sand/Snow
Photo Capture
800
Capturing...
Notes
✤
✤
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Photo Capture mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
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Photo Mode : Setting Various Functions
Setting the BLC (Backlight Compensation)
The Backlight Compensation function helps to make the subject brighter when the subject is
in front of a window or the subject is too dark to distinguish. You can use this function when
using the CAM in situations with bright backgrounds.
1.
3
800
Capture
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
View
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
Photo Capture
Settings
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Photo mode and press the [OK] button.
Back
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3.
4.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Press the [OK] button after selecting <Settings>.
4
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <BLC> and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired setting and
press the [OK] button.
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
◆ On(
): Sets the BLC function.
◆ Off: Cancels the BLC function.
5.
Photo Settings
Focus
5
Program AE
Auto
BLC
Off
Photo Settings
Focus
AF
EIS
On
White Balance Auto
Program AE
BLC
6.
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
◆<
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Auto
On
Photo Capture
800
> is displayed.
Capturing...
Notes
✤
✤
BLC
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Press and hold the [Menu] button in Photo Capture mode, you can move to <Settings> directly.
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MEMO
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MP3 / Voice Recorder Mode /
Using File Browser
MP3 Mode
Storing Music in the CAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Copying Music files to the CAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Playing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Playing Music files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Selecting Play Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Setting Repeat Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Selecting File Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Deleting Music files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Locking Music files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Copying Music files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Voice Recorder Mode
Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Recording Voice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Playing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Playing Voice files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Selecting File Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Deleting Voice files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Locking Voice files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Copying Voice files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Using File Browser
Deleting Files or Folders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Locking Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Copying Files or Folders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing File Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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84
85
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MP3 Mode : Storing Music in the CAM
Copying Music files to the CAM
You can transfer music files from your PC to the internal memory, Memory Stick or Memory Stick Pro. For copying music files,
the CAM must be connected to your PC with the USB cable.
1.
Connect the CAM to a PC with the USB cable.
(Refer to page 103)
◆ Your computer recognizes the CAM and the symbol for
removable drive will appear in ‘My Computer’.
2.
3.
4.
Double-click the new removable drive to open.
Select the MP3 folder and double-click to enter.
Drag and drop the MP3 file from your PC
into the MP3 folder under MSAMSUNG.
◆ Refer to the folder structure on page 30 for copying
MP3 files.
Disconnecting USB Connection
After completing the data transfer, you must disconnect the cable in the following way.
1. Select the removable disk icon and click the right mouse button to select ‘Safely Remove Hardware’.
2. Select ‘Stop’ and disconnect the USB cable when the pop-up screen disappears.
Notes
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✤
✤
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Transferring and playing with the Memory Stick operates in the same way as the internal memory.
Refer to page 120 for installing USB Driver for Windows98SE.
When connecting the CAM to your PC, if the message ‘USB-D07 Capture Device hasn’t passed Windows Logo testing’
appears, do not be concerned, it is OK to proceed with file transfer.
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MP3 Mode : Playing
Playing Music files
You can hear the music copied from your PC directly or with the Memory Stick.
1.
Connect the earphones to the CAM.
◆ You can also hear the music from the Built-in speaker without the earphones.
2.
3
Mode Selection
Video
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
Photo
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
MP3
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select MP3 mode and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to find the music you want to hear and
press the [OK] button.
File Browser
4
MP3 Play
1 hey jude.mp3
◆ The selected music is played.
2 I believe I can fly.mp3
3 black or white.mp3
4 Let it be.mp3
5 What a wonderful world.mp3
5.
Press the [OK] button again to stop hearing music.
◆ Each time you press the [OK] button, play or pause is selected alternately.
5
MP3 Play
2. I believe i can fly.mp3
The use of [ ▲ /▼ ] switch
✤
✤
Press the [▲ ] switch
First 2 seconds after start playing - the previous file appears.
2 seconds after start playing - the first scene of the file appears.
Press the [▼ ] switch
The next file appears.
4.4 Kbytes
Stereo 44.1KHz 128Kbps
03:19 / 04:32
Notes
✤
✤
✤
‘----’ is displayed depending on the title of MP3 file.
If you slide the MP3/External Camera Hold switch to on, all buttons except the Power switch and volume +/- button are locked.
The MP3/External Camera Hold switch operates only in the MP3/External Camera mode.
In MP3 playback mode, a file name may not be displayed correctly or an MP3 file may not playback. In this case, rename the file
name using English alphabets only.
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MP3 Mode : Selecting Play Options
Setting Repeat Play
You can play the only one or all music files repeatedly.
1.
Connect the earphones to the CAM.
◆ You can also hear the music from the Built-in speaker without the earphones.
2.
3.
3
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
2 I believe I can fly.mp3
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
3 black or white.mp3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select MP3 mode and press the [OK] button.
4 Let it be.mp3
5 What a wonderful world.mp3
◆ Press the [Menu] button when the music list appears.
4.
MP3 Play
1 hey jude.mp3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Play Options> and press the [OK] button. 4
MP3 Play
1 heyOptions
Play
jude.mp3
2 I belive
File
Options
i can fly.mp3
3 black or white.mp3
Back
4 Let it be.mp3
5 What a wonderful world.mp3
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Repeat> and press the [OK] button.
◆ All: All files are repeated.
◆ Off: Cancels the Repeat Play function.
◆ One: One file is repeated.
6.
7.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select desired setting and press the [OK] button.
Press the [Menu] button to finish setting.
5
MP3 Play
Repeat
6
MP3 Play
Repeat
Back
Note
✤
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
All
Back
One
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MP3 Mode : Selecting File Options
Deleting Music files
You can delete the music file you want.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
3.
2
MP3 Play
1 hey jude.mp3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select MP3 mode and press the [OK] button.
2 I believe I can fly.mp3
◆ Press the [Menu] button when the music list appears.
3 black or white.mp3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <File Options> and press the [OK] button.
4 Let it be.mp3
5 What a wonderful world.mp3
3
MP3 Play
1 heyOptions
Play
jude.mp3
2 I belive
File
Options
i can fly.mp3
3 black or white.mp3
Back
4 Let it be.mp3
5 What a wonderful world.mp3
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Delete> and press the [OK] button.
4
MP3 Play
Delete
Delete
1
hey jude.mp3
Lock
Lock
2
I belive i can fly.mp3
Copy
To
Copy
Toor white.mp3
3
black
5.
◆ Selected: The selected music file is deleted.
◆ All: All music files are deleted.
◆ Cancel: Cancels deleting music files.
Note
✤
Back
Back
4
Let it be.mp3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select from the following and
press the [OK] button.
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
5 What a wonderful world.mp3
5
MP3 Play
2.Choose
I belivethe
i can
fly.mp3
file(s)
to Mbytes
delete
5.6
Stereo 44.1KHz Selected
128Kbps
All
Cancel
03:19 / 04:32
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MP3 Mode : Selecting File Options
Locking Music files
You can lock important music files so they can not be deleted.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
3.
2
MP3 Play
1 hey jude.mp3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select MP3 mode and press the [OK] button.
2 I believe I can fly.mp3
◆ Press the [Menu] button when the music list appears.
3 black or white.mp3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <File Options> and press the [OK] button.
4 Let it be.mp3
5 What a wonderful world.mp3
3
MP3 Play
1 heyOptions
Play
jude.mp3
2 I belive
File
Options
i can fly.mp3
3 black or white.mp3
Back
4 Let it be.mp3
5 What a wonderful world.mp3
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Lock> and press the [OK] button.
4
MP3 Play
Delete
Delete
1
hey jude.mp3
Lock
Lock
2
I belive i can fly.mp3
5.
◆ Selected: The selected music file is locked.
◆ All: All music files are locked.
◆ Cancel: Cancels locking music files.
Notes
✤
✤
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Copy
To
Copy
Toor white.mp3
3
black
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select from the following and
press the [OK] button.
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
The <
> icon is displayed when the file is locked.
Back
Back
4
Let it be.mp3
5 What a wonderful world.mp3
5
MP3 Play
2.Choose
I belivethe
i can
fly.mp3
file(s)
you would
to Mbytes
lock.
5.6
Stereo 44.1KHz Selected
128Kbps
All
Cancel
03:19 / 04:32
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MP3 Mode : Selecting File Options
Copying Music files
You can copy the music file to the internal or external memory.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
3.
2
MP3 Play
1 hey jude.mp3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select MP3 mode and press the [OK] button.
2 I believe I can fly.mp3
◆ Press the [Menu] button when the music list appears.
3 black or white.mp3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <File Options> and press the [OK] button.
4 Let it be.mp3
5 What a wonderful world.mp3
3
MP3 Play
1 heyOptions
Play
jude.mp3
2 I belive
File
Options
i can fly.mp3
3 black or white.mp3
Back
4 Let it be.mp3
5 What a wonderful world.mp3
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Copy To> and press the [OK] button.
◆ If you selected ‘External’ as the Storage type, the file is copied to ‘Internal’ and vice versa.
4
MP3 Play
Delete
Delete
1
hey jude.mp3
Lock
Lock
2
I belive i can fly.mp3
Copy
To
Copy
Toor white.mp3
3
black
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select from the following and
press the [OK] button.
◆ Selected: Copies the selected music file.
◆ All: Copies all music files.
◆ Cancel: Cancels copying music files.
Note
✤
If you set the Hold function with the MP3/External Camera Hold switch, you can’t delete, lock
or copy music files. You can only use Power switch and volume [+]/[ - ] buttons.
Back
Back
4
Let it be.mp3
5 What a wonderful world.mp3
5
MP3 Play
2.Choose
I belivethe
i can
fly.mp3
file(s)
to copy
to Mbytes
internal memory?
5.6
Stereo 44.1KHz Selected
128Kbps
All
Cancel
03:19 / 04:32
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Voice Recorder Mode : Recording
Recording Voice
You can record voice using the built-in microphone in the CAM.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
Video
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Voice Recorder mode and
press the [OK] button.
Photo
MP3
Voice Recorder
File Browser
3.
Press the [Record/Stop] button to record voice.
3
◆ The elapsed time and <● REC> is displayed. The CAM starts recording.
Voice Record
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Stereo 8KHz 128Kbps
00:00:16 / 00:24:32
4
4.
Press the [Record/Stop] button to stop recording voice.
◆ < ■ STBY > is displayed and it stops recording.
10
Stereo 8KHz 128Kbps
00:00:16 / 00:24:32
78
REC
Voice Record
STBY
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Voice Recorder Mode : Playing
Playing Voice files
You can hear the voice file connecting earphones.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Voice Record
10
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Voice Recorder mode and
press the [OK] button.
Stereo 8KHz 128Kbps
00:00:16 / 00:24:32
3.
Press the [Menu] button when the Voice Record screen appears.
4
STBY
Voice Record
Record
Play
Stereo 8KHz 128Kbps
Back
4.
5.
6.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Play> and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the file you want to play.
Press the [OK] button to play the recorded voice.
00:00:16 / 00:24:32
5
◆ Press the [OK] button to pause playing.
The button and switch you use when playing the recording
Play/Pause [
] button: Play or pause the voice file
Rewind [ ] switch: Rewind the voice file backward (Press and hold over 2 seconds during playback.)/ 6
Move to the previous file
Fast Forward [ ] switch: Wind the voice file forward (Press and hold over 2 seconds during playback.)/
Move to the next file
STBY
Voice Play
1 2005/01/01
12:22:00 AM
2 2005/01/02
01:23:00 AM
3 2005/01/03
05:39:00 AM
4 2005/01/07
07:13:00 AM
5 2005/01/07
11:54:00 AM
Voice Play
2 2005/01/02 01:23 AM
5.0 Mbytes
Stereo 8KHz 128Kbps
Note
✤
Press the [Back] button while recording standby status to view the file list.
00:00:12 / 00:05:12
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Voice Recorder Mode : Selecting File Options
Deleting Voice files
You can delete voice files you no longer want.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Voice Recorder mode and
press the [OK] button.
Press the [Menu] button when the Voice Record Screen appears.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Play> and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the voice file you want to delete.
Press the [Menu] button to select <File Options> and press the [OK] button.
4
Play
Stereo 8KHz 128Kbps
Back
00:00:16 / 00:24:32
6
◆ You can select <File Options> only in Voice Play mode.
7.
8.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Delete> and press the [OK] button.
Note
✤
80
7
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select from the following and
press the [OK] button.
◆ Selected: The selected voice file is deleted.
◆ All: All voice files are deleted.
◆ Cancel: Cancels deleting voice files.
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Voice Record
Record
8
STBY
Voice Play
Record
1
01/01/2005
Play
2
01/01/2005
12:22:00 AM
File
Options
3
01/02/2005
Back
4 2005/01/07
05:39:00 AM
5 2005/01/07
11:54:00 AM
01:23:00 AM
07:13:00 AM
Voice Play
Delete
1
01/01/2005
Lock
2
01/01/2005
12:22:00 AM
Copy
To
3
01/02/2005
Back
4 2005/01/07
05:39:00 AM
5 2005/01/07
11:54:00 AM
01:23:00 AM
07:13:00 AM
Voice Play
Record
1
04/07/04the file(s)
12:22 pm
Choose
Play
to
delete
2
04/07/05
1:23 am
File
Option
3
04/07/05
Back
4 04/07/09
5 04/07/12
Selected
5:39
pm
All am
7:3
Cancelpm
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Voice Recorder Mode : Selecting File Options
Locking Voice files
You can lock important voice files so they can not be deleted.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Voice Recorder mode and
press the [OK] button.
Press the [Menu] button when the Voice Record screen appears.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Play> and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the voice file you want to lock.
Press the [Menu] button to select <File Options> and press the [OK] button.
4
Play
Stereo 8KHz 128Kbps
Back
00:00:16 / 00:24:32
6
◆ You can select <File Options> only in Voice Play mode.
7.
8.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Lock> and press the [OK] button.
✤
✤
7
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select from the following and
press the [OK] button.
◆ Selected: The selected voice file is locked.
◆ All: All voice files are locked.
◆ Cancel: Cancels locking voice files.
Voice Record
Record
8
STBY
Voice Play
Record
1
01/01/2005
Play
2
01/01/2005
12:22:00 AM
File
Options
3
01/02/2005
Back
4 2005/01/07
05:39:00 AM
5 2005/01/07
11:54:00 AM
01:23:00 AM
07:13:00 AM
Voice Play
Delete
1
01/01/2005
Lock
2
01/01/2005
12:22:00 AM
Copy
To
3
01/02/2005
Back
4 2005/01/07
05:39:00 AM
5 2005/01/07
11:54:00 AM
01:23:00 AM
07:13:00 AM
Voice Play
Record
1
04/07/04the file(s)
12:22
Choose
youpm
would
Play
to
lock.
2
04/07/05
1:23 am
Notes
File
Option
3
04/07/05
Back
4 04/07/09
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
The <
> icon is displayed when the file is locked.
5 04/07/12
Selected
5:39
pm
All am
7:3
Cancelpm
11:54
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Voice Recorder Mode : Selecting File Options
Copying Voice files
You can copy the voice file to the internal or external memory.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select Voice Recorder mode and
press the [OK] button.
Press the [Menu] button when the Voice Record screen appears.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Play> and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the voice file you want to copy.
Press the [Menu] button to select <File Options> and press the [OK] button.
4
Play
Stereo 8KHz 128Kbps
Back
00:00:16 / 00:24:32
6
◆ You can select <File Options> only in Voice Play mode.
7.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Copy To> and press the [OK] button.
◆ If you selected ‘External’ as the Storage type, the file is copied to ‘Internal’ and vice versa.
8.
Note
✤
82
7
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select from the following and
press the [OK] button.
◆ Selected: Copies the selected voice file.
◆ All: Copies all voice files.
◆ Cancel: Cancels copying voice files.
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
Voice Record
Record
8
STBY
Voice Play
Record
1
01/01/2005
Play
2
01/01/2005
12:22:00 AM
File
Options
3
01/02/2005
Back
4 2005/01/07
05:39:00 AM
5 2005/01/07
11:54:00 AM
01:23:00 AM
07:13:00 AM
Voice Play
Delete
1
01/01/2005
Lock
2
01/01/2005
12:22:00 AM
Copy
To
3
01/02/2005
Back
4 2005/01/07
05:39:00 AM
5 2005/01/07
11:54:00 AM
01:23:00 AM
07:13:00 AM
Voice Play
Delete
1
04/07/04the file(s)
12:22
pm
Choose
to copy
Lock
to
memory stick?
2
04/07/05
1:23 am
Copy
To
3
04/07/05
Back
4 04/07/09
5 04/07/12
Selected
5:39
pm
All am
7:3
Cancelpm
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Using File Browser
Deleting Files or Folders
You can delete the file(AVI, MP3, JPEG, WAV) or folders you recorded.
1.
Slide the [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
Video
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select File Browser and press the [OK] button.
Photo
MP3
Voice Recorder
File Browser
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the folder to find the file you want to delete. 3
Press the [OK] button.
◆ Press the [Menu] button if you want to delete the selected folder.
◆ Perform these steps repeatedly until the file you want to delete appears.
4.
5.
Press the [Menu] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Delete> and press the [OK] button.
Note
✤
DCIM
MISC
MSAMSUNG
4
/ . . . / 100SSWAV
Delete
Up One Level
Lock
SWAV0001.WAV
Copy
To
SWAV0002.WAV
File Info
SWAV0003.WAV
Back
SWAV0004.WAV
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] button to select the setting you want.
Press the [OK] button.
◆ Selected: The selected file is deleted.
◆ All: All files are deleted.
◆ Cancel: Cancels deleting files.
/
6
/ . . . / 100SSWAV
Delete
Up One
Choose
theLevel
file(s)
Lock
toSWAV0001.WAV
delete
Copy
To
Selected
SWAV0002.WAV
File Info
All
SWAV0003.WAV
Back
Cancel
SWAV0004.WAV
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
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Using File Browser
Locking Files
You can lock the important files so they can not be deleted.
1.
Slide the [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
Video
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select File Browser and press the [OK] button.
Photo
MP3
Voice Recorder
File Browser
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the file you want to lock.
Press the [OK] button.
3
/
DCIM
◆ Perform these steps repeatedly until the file you want to lock appears.
MISC
MSAMSUNG
4.
5.
Press the [Menu] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Lock> and press the [OK] button.
Notes
✤
✤
84
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
You can’t lock folders.
The <
> icon is displayed when the file is locked.
/ . . . / 100SSWAV
Delete
Up One Level
Lock
SWAV0001.WAV
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] button to select from the following and
press the [OK] button.
◆ Selected: The selected file is locked.
◆ All: All files are locked.
◆ Cancel: Cancels locking files.
✤
4
Copy
To
SWAV0002.WAV
File Info
SWAV0003.WAV
Back
SWAV0004.WAV
6
/ . . . / 100SSWAV
Delete
Up One
Choose
theLevel
file(s) you would
Lock
toSWAV0001.WAV
lock.
Copy
To
Selected
SWAV0002.WAV
File Info
All
SWAV0003.WAV
Back
Cancel
SWAV0004.WAV
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Using File Browser
Copying Files or Folders
You can copy the file or folder to the internal or external memory.
1.
Slide the [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
Video
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select File Browser and press the [OK] button.
Photo
MP3
Voice Recorder
File Browser
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the folder to find the file you want to copy.
Press the [OK] button.
3
DCIM
◆ Press the [Menu] button if you want to copy the selected folder.
◆ Perform these steps repeatedly until the file you want to copy appears.
4.
Press the [Menu] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Copy To> and press the [OK] button.
MISC
MSAMSUNG
4
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] button to select from the following and
press the [OK] button.
◆ Selected: Copies the selected file.
◆ All: Copies all files.
◆ Cancel: Cancels copying files.
Note
✤
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
/ . . . / 100SSWAV
Delete
Up One Level
Lock
SWAV0001.WAV
◆ If you selected ‘External’ as the Storage type, the file is copied to ‘Internal’ and vice versa.
5.
/
Copy
To
SWAV0002.WAV
File Info
SWAV0003.WAV
Back
SWAV0004.WAV
6
/ . . . / 100SSWAV
Delete
Up One
Choose
theLevel
file(s) to copy
Lock
toSWAV0001.WAV
memory stick?
Copy
To
Selected
SWAV0002.WAV
File Info
All
SWAV0003.WAV
Back
Cancel
SWAV0004.WAV
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Using File Browser
Viewing File Information
You can see the file name, format, size and date.
1.
Slide the [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
Video
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select File Browser and press the [OK] button.
Photo
MP3
Voice Recorder
File Browser
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the file you want to see its file information.
Press the [OK] button.
3
/
DCIM
◆ Perform these steps repeatedly until the file you want to see its file information appears.
MISC
MSAMSUNG
4.
5.
Press the [Menu] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <File Info> and press the [OK] button.
4
/ . . . / 100SSWAV
◆ The screen with file name, format, size and date appears.
Delete
Up One Level
Lock
SWAV0001.WAV
Press the [OK] button to finish viewing file information.
Copy
To
SWAV0002.WAV
File Info
SWAV0003.WAV
Back
SWAV0004.WAV
◆ If you select <Close> in the screen, the screen disappears.
5
/ . . . / 100SSWAV
Delete
SWAV0001.WAV
Up One Level
Size
6482524 bytes
Lock
SWAV0001.WAV
Date
2005/01/01
Copy
To 08:30:00 PM
SWAV0002.WAV
Locked
File
Info No
SWAV0003.WAV
Back
Close
SWAV0004.WAV
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4
Setting the CAM
Adjusting the LCD Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Adjusting the LCD Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Adjusting the LCD Color . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Adjusting Date/Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Setting Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Date Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Time Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
90
91
92
93
Setting the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Setting the Auto Shut off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Demo Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Start-up Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the File No. Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Beep Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing Version Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
94
95
96
97
98
99
Setting Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Selecting the Storage Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Formatting the Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Viewing Memory Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Using USB Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Transferring Files from the CAM to your computer . . . . . . 103
USB Speed depending on the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
System Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Using PC Cam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Connecting the CAM to a Printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
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Setting the CAM : Adjusting the LCD Monitor
Adjusting the LCD Brightness
You can adjust the brightness of the LCD monitor to compensate for ambient lighting conditions.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Back
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Display> and press the [OK] button.
3
System Settings
Display
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <LCD Brightness> and
press the [OK] button.
◆ You
4
Settings: Display
LCD Brightness 20 %
can adjust the LCD Brightness from 0% to 100%.
LCD Color
50 %
Back
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the brightness you want.
6.
Press the [Back] button to finish setting.
5
Settings: Display
LCD Brightness 30 %
LCD Color
Notes
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✤
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
A brighter LCD Monitor setting consumes more battery power.
Back
50 %
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Setting the CAM : Adjusting the LCD Monitor
Adjusting the LCD Color
You can adjust the color of the LCD monitor depending on the situation.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Back
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Display> and press the [OK] button.
3
System Settings
Display
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <LCD Color> and press the [OK] button.
◆ You
can adjust the LCD Color from 0% to 100%.
4
Settings: Display
LCD Brightness 20 %
LCD Color
50 %
Back
5.
6.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the color you want.
Press the [Back] button to finish setting.
5
Settings: Display
LCD Brightness 20 %
LCD Color
60 %
Back
Note
✤
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
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Setting the CAM : Adjusting Date/Time
Setting Time
You can adjust the time.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Back
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Date/Time> and press the [OK] button.
3
System Settings
Display
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Set Time> and press the [OK] button.
4
Settings: Date/Time
Set Time
06:39 PM
Set Date
2005/01/01
Date Format
YY/MM/DD
Time Format
12 Hour
Back
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to set the time and press the [OK] button.
◆ Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to change the setting and press the [OK] button
to confirm selection and move to the next setting.
6.
Press the [Back] button to finish setting.
Note
✤
90
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
5
Settings: Date/Time
Set Time
06 : 39
Set Date
PM
DD/MM/YY
Date Format
Press Up/Down to change and
Time Format 24 Hour
OK to confirm selection
Back
ENGLISH
Setting the CAM : Adjusting Date/Time
Setting Date
You can adjust the date.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Back
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Date/Time> and press the [OK] button.
3
System Settings
Display
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Set Date> and press the [OK] button.
4
Settings: Date/Time
Set Time
06:39 PM
Set Date
2005/01/01
Date Format
YY/MM/DD
Time Format
12 Hour
Back
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to set the date and press the [OK] button.
◆ Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to change the setting and press the [OK] button
to confirm selection and move to the next setting.
6.
Press the [Back] button to finish setting.
Note
✤
5
Settings: Date/Time
Set Time
2005 / 01 / 01
Set Date
DD/MM/YY
Date Format
Press Up/Down to change and
Time Format 24 Hour
OK to confirm selection
Back
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
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Setting the CAM : Adjusting Date/Time
Setting Date Format
You can select the date format to display.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Back
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Date/Time> and press the [OK] button.
3
System Settings
Display
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
4.
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Date Format> and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired format and press the [OK] button.
◆ YY/MM/DD:
◆ DD/MM/YY:
◆ MM/DD/YY:
6.
The date is displayed in order as Year/Month/Date.
The date is displayed in order as Date/Month/Year.
The date is displayed in order as Month/Date/Year.
Press the [Back] button to finish setting.
Note
✤
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4
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
5
Settings: Date/Time
Set Time
06:39 PM
Set Date
2005/01/01
Date Format
YY/MM/DD
Time Format
12 Hour
Back
Settings: Date/Time
Set Time
06:39 PM
Set Date
2005/01/01
Date Format
DD/MM/YY
Time Format
12 Hour
Back
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Setting the CAM : Adjusting Date/Time
Setting Time Format
You can select the time format to display.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Back
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Date/Time> and press the [OK] button.
3
System Settings
Display
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Time Format> and press the [OK] button.
4
Settings: Date/Time
Set Time
06:39 PM
Set Date
2005/01/01
Date Format
DD/MM/YY
Time Format
12 Hour
Back
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired format and press the [OK] button.
◆ 12
◆ 24
6.
5
Hour: The time is displayed in 12 hour units.
Hour: The time is displayed in 24 hour units. For example, 2:00 PM will display as 14:00.
Press the [Back] button to finish setting.
Note
✤
Settings: Date/Time
Set Time
06:39 PM
Set Date
2005/01/01
Date Format
DD/MM/YY
Time Format
24 Hour
Back
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
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Setting the CAM : Setting the System
Setting the Auto Shut off
To save battery power, you can set the Auto Shut off function.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Back
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <System> and press the [OK] button.
3
System Settings
Display
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
4.
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Auto Shut off> and press the [OK] button. 4
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired setting and press the
[OK] button.
◆ Off: Cancels the Auto Shut
◆ 5 Minutes: The CAM turns
6.
off function.
off 5 minutes after not being used.
Press the [Back] button to finish setting.
Notes
✤
✤
✤
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If the CAM turns off after 5 minutes, you can use the CAM again after turning it on.
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
The <Auto Shut off> function cannot be operated if you connect the power adapter to the CAM.
It can be only operated when you insert battery pack into the CAM.
5
Settings: System
Auto Shut off
5 Minutes
Demo
Off
Start-up
Video Mode
File No.
Reset
Beep Sound
On
Settings: System
Auto Shut off
Off
Demo
Off
Start-up
Video Mode
File No.
Reset
Beep Sound
On
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Setting the CAM : Setting the System
Setting the Demo Function
The Demo function allows you to view a demonstration of the functions that the CAM supports.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Back
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <System> and press the [OK] button.
3
System Settings
Display
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
4.
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Demo> and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired setting and press the [OK] button.
◆ Off: Cancels the Demo function.
◆ 5 Minutes: Starts the Demo function in 5 minutes.
◆ Play Now: Starts the Demo function now.
6.
Press the [Back] button to finish setting.
Note
✤
✤
4
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
If you set the Demo function, it operates only in Video Record mode.
5
Settings: System
Auto Shut off
5 Minutes
Demo
Off
Start-up
Video Mode
File No.
Reset
Beep Sound
On
Settings: System
Auto Shut off
5 Minutes
Demo
5 Minutes
Start-up
Video Mode
File No.
Reset
Beep Sound
On
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Setting the CAM : Setting the System
Setting Start-up Mode
You can select the start-up mode of the CAM.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Back
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <System> and press the [OK] button.
3
System Settings
Display
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
4.
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Start-up> and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired setting and press the [OK] button.
◆ Video Mode: The CAM starts up in Video Mode.
◆ Previous Mode: The CAM starts up in the mode
6.
you used last.
Press the [Back] button to finish setting.
Note
✤
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
4
5
Settings: System
Auto Shut off
5 Minutes
Demo
Off
Start-up
Video Mode
File No.
Reset
Beep Sound
On
Settings: System
Auto Shut off
5 Minutes
Demo
Off
Start-up
Previous Mode
File No.
Reset
Beep Sound
On
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Setting the CAM : Setting the System
Setting the File No. Function
You can set the file numbers so that they reset each time Memory stick is formatted, or so that they are displayed incrementally.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
3.
System Settings
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <System> and press the [OK] button.
Back
3
System Settings
Display
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <File No.> and press the [OK] button.
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired setting and press the
[OK] button.
4
◆ Series: Numbering is continuous between the Memory Sticks, so that the first file number
assigned on a new Memory Stick is 1 more than the last file number assigned
on the previous Memory Stick.
◆ Reset: When the Memory Stick is formatted, the file number resets to its default value.
(100-0001)
6.
Press the [Back] button to finish setting.
Notes
✤
✤
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
When you set file number to ‘Series’, each file is assigned a different number to avoid
duplication of numbers. It is convenient when you want to manage your files on a PC.
5
Settings: System
Auto Shut off
5 Minutes
Demo
Off
Start-up
Video Mode
File No.
Reset
Beep Sound
On
Settings: System
Auto Shut off
5 Minutes
Demo
Off
Start-up
Video Mode
File No.
Series
Beep Sound
On
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Setting the CAM : Setting the System
Setting the Beep Sound
You can set the beep sound on/off. When on, a beep will sound every time a button is pressed.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Back
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <System> and press the [OK] button.
3
System Settings
Display
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
4.
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Beep Sound> and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired sound and press the
[OK] button.
◆ On: Turns the beep sound on.
◆ Off: Turns the beep sound off.
6.
Press the [Back] button to finish setting.
Notes
✤
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4
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
When the earphones or Audio/Video cable is connected to the CAM,
the beep sound function does not operate.
5
Settings: System
Auto Shut off
5 Minutes
Demo
Off
Start-up
Video Mode
File No.
Reset
Beep Sound
On
Settings: System
Auto Shut off
5 Minutes
Demo
Off
Start-up
Video Mode
File No.
Reset
Beep Sound
Off
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Setting the CAM : Setting the System
Viewing Version Information
You can view te firmware information.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Back
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <System> and press the [OK] button.
3
System Settings
Display
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Version Info> and press the [OK] button.
◆ The version of the CAM is displayed.
5.
Press the [OK] button to finish viewing version information.
4
Settings: System
Demo
Off
Start-up
Video Mode
File No.
Reset
Beep Sound
On
Version Info
Settings: System
Note
✤
Demo
Samsung Elec.Off
Co. LTD
Miniket DSP 0.01X
Language
English
Mar 04 2005 22:09:25
Start-up
Micom 0.02X Previous Mode
MarSound
07 2005 01:09:26
Sys.
High
Version Info
Close
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
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Setting the CAM : Setting Memory
Selecting the Storage Type
Select the storage type(Internal or Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro) before recording or taking pictures.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Back
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Memory> and press the [OK] button.
◆ If
a Memory Stick is not inserted, you cannot select ‘External’.
3
System Settings
Display
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
4.
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Storage Type> and press the [OK] button. 4
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired setting and press the
[OK] button.
Settings: Memory
Storage Type
Internal
Format
Internal
Memory Space 357MB/493MB
◆ Internal: The video, photo, mp3 file or voice file is stored in internal memory.
◆ External: The video, photo, mp3 file or voice file is stored in external memory
Back
(Memory stick or Memory stick pro).
5
Notes
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✤
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
‘Internal’ is selected by default.
If you insert the Memory Stick or Memory Stick Pro when the CAM on, the pop-up screen about the
memory type selection appears automatically.
Settings: Memory
Storage Type
External
Format
Internal
Memory Space 357MB/493MB
Back
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Setting the CAM : Setting Memory
Formatting the Memory
You can format the internal memory, Memory Stick or Memory Stick Pro to erase all files.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
3.
3
System Settings
Display
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Memory> and press the [OK] button.
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Format> and press the [OK] button.
◆ If
a Memory Stick is not inserted, you cannot select ‘External’.
4
Settings: Memory
Storage Type
Internal
Format
Internal
Memory Space 357MB/493MB
Back
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select the desired setting and press the
[OK] button.
5
◆ Internal:
Formats the internal memory. If you select ‘Internal’, a confirmation message is
displayed.
◆ External: Formats the external memory. If you select ‘External’, a confirmation message is
displayed.
6.
Press the [OK] button to format.
◆ Select
<Cancel> to cancel formatting.
Note
✤
Settings: Memory
Storage Type
Internal
Format
External
Memory Space 357MB/493MB
Back
6
Settings: Memory
Internal
Storage
Are youType
sure you
want to
format the external
memory,
Format
External
all files will be erased?
Back
OK
Cancel
If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
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Setting the CAM : Setting Memory
Viewing Memory Space
You can view usable and total memory space of the CAM.
1.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
2.
3.
2
Mode Selection
MP3
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select System Settings and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Memory> and press the [OK] button.
Voice Recorder
File Browser
System Settings
Back
4.
Slide the [▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Memory Space>.
3
System Settings
Display
Date/Time
System
Memory
Back
5.
Press the [Back] button to finish setting.
4
Settings: Memory
Storage Type
Internal
Format
Internal
Memory Space 357MB/493MB
Back
Note
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
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Setting the CAM : Using USB Mode
Trnsferring Files from the CAM to your computer
1.
2.
Connect the CAM to the PC with the USB cable.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
◆ USB
3.
menu screen appears automatically.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <USB 2.0 MassStorage> or
<USB 1.1 MassStorage> and press the [OK] button.
◆ Your
PC doesn't recognize the USB device automatically. You must install the USB Driver
manually on Windows 98SE operating system.
4.
USB Mode
USB 2.0 MassStorage
USB 1.1 MassStorage
PC-Cam
Back
PictBridge
Disconnect the USB cable if you finish transferring.
Notes
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Select <USB 1.1 MassStorage> when <USB 2.0 MassStorage> does not work depending on your PC environment.
If you disconnect the USB cable from the PC or the CAM during the data transfer, the data transfer will stop and
the data may be damaged.
If you connect the USB cable to a PC using a USB HUB or with other device at the same time, it might cause conflict
and may not work properly. If this occurs, remove all other devices and try the connection again.
Install the Windows 98SE Driver on Windows 98SE operating system using supplied CD. Refer to page 120 for further details.
It takes about 30 minutes if you download or upload a 1GB file via a USB cable.
When connecting the CAM to your PC, if the message ‘USB-D07 Capture Device hasn’t passed Windows Logo testing’ appears,
do not be concerned, it is OK to proceed with file transfer.
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Setting the CAM : Using USB Mode
USB Speed depending on the System
Hi Speed USB is not guaranteed if supplied driver is not installed or on an OS other than Microsoft Windows and
Apple's Mac OS X.
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Windows 98SE/ME: Full Speed USB
Windows 2000: Over Service Pack 4 - Hi Speed USB
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Windows XP: Over Service Pack 1 - Hi Speed USB
Mac OS X: Over 10.3. - Hi Speed USB
System Environment
Windows Environment
Minimum
Recommended
Macintosh Environment
Minimum
Recommended
CPU
Pentium III, 600MHz
Pentium 4, 2GHz
G3 500MHz
G4 Processor
OS
Windows 98SE/ME
Windows 2000/XP
Mac OS 10.2
Mac OS 10.3
Memory
128MB
512MB or above
128MB
512MB or above
Free space
on the hard disk
200MB(For applications only.
Apart from this,
1GB or more free space
2GB or above
200MB(For applications only.
Apart from this,
1GB or more free space
2GB or above
Display Resolution
800x600 dots
16-bit color
1024x768 dots
24-bit color
800x600 dots
16-bit color
1024x768 dots
24-bit color
USB
USB 1.1
USB 2.0 High Speed
USB 1.1
USB 2.0 High Speed
Notes
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Not all PCs configured with the above environment are guaranteed to operate properly.
USB connection using an external USB hub or an additional USB daughterboard is not guaranteed.
If your OS is Windows 2000/XP, log in as the [Administrator(administrator of the PC)](or a user with the equivalent privileges) to install the driver.
If the capacity of PC is low, the video file may not play normally or will often stop.
If the capacity of PC is low, it may take long time to edit the video file.
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Setting the CAM : Using USB Mode
Using PC Cam
You can use this the CAM as a PC camera for video chatting, video conference and other PC camera applications.
1.
2.
Connect the CAM to the PC with the USB cable.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
◆ USB
2
USB Mode
USB 2.0 MassStorage
USB 1.1 MassStorage
mode screen appears automatically.
PC-Cam
Back
PictBridge
3.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <PC-Cam> and press the [OK] button.
3
USB Mode
USB 2.0 MassStorage
USB 1.1 MassStorage
PC-Cam
Back
PictBridge
Notes
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This function requires the installation of the supplied USB Streaming Driver and Software. Refer to page 119 for further details.
The CAM can be used as a PC Camera for programs such as Windows Messenger. The use of the PC Cam varies depending on the
Software. Refer to the documentation of the respective software products.
PC-Cam functions at ‘Full Speed’ when used with Windows ME or greater.
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Setting the CAM : Using USB Mode
Connecting the CAM to a Printer
By connecting the CAM to printers with PictBridge support (sold separately), you can send images
from the internal memory or external memory (Memory Stick or Memory Stick Pro) directly to
2
the printer with a few simple operations.
1.
2.
Connect the CAM to the printer with PictBridge support with the USB cable.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
◆ USB
3.
USB 1.1 MassStorage
PC-Cam
Back
PictBridge
mode screen appears automatically.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <PictBridge> and press the [OK] button.
USB Mode
USB 2.0 MassStorage
3
USB Mode
USB 2.0 MassStorage
USB 1.1 MassStorage
PC-Cam
Back
PictBridge
4.
5.
6.
7.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Date> and press the [OK] button.
4
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <On> or <Off> and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Copies> and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select desired number and press the [OK] button.
◆ You
8.
can select the number of copy from 1 to 99.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Print> and press the [OK] button.
Notes
PictBridge 100-0056
Date
Off
Copies
1
Print
Next Photo
Previous Photo
5
PictBridge 100-0056
Date
On
Copies
1
Print
Next Photo
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
If you want to select the next or previous photo, select <Next> or <Previous> using [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
Previous Photo
5
Using the External
Camera Module
Connecting the External Camera Module . . . . . . . . 108
Connecting the External Camera Module to CAM . . . . . . 108
Recording Video Using the External Camera Module . . . 108
Wearing the External Camera Module . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Connecting the extension cable while the set is in the
Carrying Case . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Mounting the External Camera Module on Rubber Mount . . . 109
Using the Short and Long Mount Bands . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Attenuating Unwanted signals When Using External Camera . 110
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Using the External Camera Module : Connecting the External Camera Module
Connecting the External Camera Module to CAM
1.
2.
Connect the extension cable to the AV Input/Output
terminal of the CAM. You can connect the External Camera
Module Controller’s connector to the AV Input/Output
terminal of the CAM.
Connect the extension cable to the External Camera
Module Controller’s connector. You may fix the External
Camera using Tripod Receptacle or Mounting Band.
Note
✤
If you set the Hold function with the MP3/External Camera Hold switch, you can’t delete, lock
or copy music files. You can only use Power switch and volume [+]/[ - ] buttons.
Recording Video Using the External Camera Module
Using External Camera Module accessory, enjoying sports activity can be directly recorded.
Before using, insert battries in External Camera Module.
First, setup the External Camera in the Video In mode. (See page 39)
1.
2.
Press the [Power] button on the External Camera Module.
Press the [Record Start/Stop] button on the External
Camera Controller to start recording.
Power button
Record Start/Stop
◆ LED
lamp lights in red.
The elapsed and remaining times are displayed and it starts recording.
3.
Press the [Record Start/Stop] button again to stop recording.
◆ It
4.
stops recording and the CAM is ready again.
Press the [Power] button again to turn off the External Camera Module.
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When the External Camera Module is connected, [Record/Stop] button of the main set does not operate.
When recording signal from the External Camera Module, the [Power] button of the External Camera Module does not operate.
Do not connect the Cradle when the Line Input of the set is in use.
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Using the External Camera Module : Wearing the External Camera Module
1
Connecting the extension cable while the set is in the Carrying Case
1.
2.
3.
Insert the set into the Carrying Case while
its battery faces front side.
Open the cable cover strap on the bottom
side of the Carrying Case, and plug the
extension cable’s jack into the AV
Input/Output terminal of the set.
Fix the extension cable by covering the
cable cover strap (non-woven fabric).
1
2
3
1
Mounting the External Camera Module on Rubber Mount
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Insert the velcro strap (velcro face down) into
the small slot located on the side of the rubber
mount.
Pull the lead end along the bottom through the
opposite slot.
Spread the rubber on top of the mount and
insert.
Run the Velcro Strap through its buckle.
Run the lead back under the Rubber mount
and fasten the velcro together.
When you press the [Power] button to start
recording, press
on side of the Rubber
Mount.
1
2
3
Hook
4
5
6
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Using the External Camera Module : Wearing the External Camera Module
Using the Short and Long Mount Bands
While the camcorder is inside your bag or backpack, you can attach the External Camera Module mounted on the Rubber
Mount to anywhere with help of the Short and Long Mount Bands.
1.
2.
3.
Run the strap of Long Mount Band (or Short Mount Band)
through both of the large slots on the rubber mount as illustrated.
Run the strap through the buckle to adjust the tightness.
Fasten the strap.
Rubber Mount
1
2
3
Notes
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Adjust and shorten the extension cable connected to the External Camera Module to avoid accidental catching of surrounding objects.
Otherwise, the extension cable may disconnect or cause an accident.
Dropping the External Camera Module or bumping it to other objects may cause device failure. When using the device,
you must attach it to the rubber mount, and be careful not to drop or strike it.
A direct contact of the Rubber Mount with your skin for a long period of time may cause skin irritation or allergy. Avoid a long term contact.
Attenuating Unwanted signals When Using External Camera
To attenuate unwanted signals, before using the External Camera attach the Ferrite Core provided as an
accessory to the cable.
Attaching the Ferrite Core
1.
2.
3.
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Open the hook (locking part) of the Ferrite Core.
Place the Ferrite Core near to the Camera’s end,
and loop the cable through the Ferrite Core as
illustrated.
Close and fix the Ferrite Core by pressing both
locking ends until it clicks.
1
3
2
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Miscellaneous
Information
Connecting the CAM with other Devices . . . . . . . . 112
Connecting the CAM to TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
Connecting the CAM to VCR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Copying Video files to a VCR Tape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Recording TV program and unscramble contents from other
devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Connecting the CAM to a PC using the USB cable . . . . . 116
Installing Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Installing Image Mixer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Installing software for using PC-Cam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Installing Windows98SE Driver(For Windows98SE only) . 120
Printing Photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Printing with PictBridge Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Printing Photos with DPOF Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
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Miscellaneous Information: Connecting the CAM to other Devices
Connecting the CAM to TV
You can connect the CAM to a TV set directly to play video files on the TV monitor.
1.
2.
3.
Connect the Audio/Video cable to the
AV Input/Output Jack of the CAM or cradle.
Connect the Audio/Video cable to the external
input terminal of your TV set by matching the
cable to the colors of the terminals.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on
the CAM.
Line Input
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
4.
Press the [Back] button to play the video file
in Video Record mode.
5.
Slide [▲ /▼ ] switch to find the video file
you want to play.
Press the [OK] button to play the video file.
6.
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You can stop and play video files using the same button as used for playing video files on the LCD monitor of the CAM.
(Refer pages 40 to 41)
If you connect an Mono AV cable to the CAM, the video file cannot be played.
If you connect the AV Jack to the cradle and the CAM simultaneously, AV output signal decreases to 50%.
Connect the AV Jack to only one or the other.
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Miscellaneous Information: Connecting the CAM with other Devices
Connecting the CAM to a VCR
You can connect the CAM to VCR to copy the recorded files to the video tape.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect the Audio/Video cable to the
AV Input/Output Jack of the CAM or cradle.
Connect the Audio/Video cable to the external
input terminal of your VCR set by matching the
colors of the terminals.
Connect the Audio/Video cable to the Video line
Output and TV line Input.
Select the ‘Input’ on the TV, VCR or
the remote control of TV.
Line Input
Line Output
1 ALARM IN 2 ALARM OUT 3 ALARM RESET 4 GND 5 TRIGGER OUT
6 TAPE END OUT 7 SERIES OUT 8 GND 9 SERIES IN 10 1 SHOT REC IN
1
OUT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
IN
OUT
IN
Line Input
Note
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If TV set has no Line Input, you cannot view the output screen of
the CAM.
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Miscellaneous Information: Connecting the CAM to other Devices
Copying Video files to a VCR Tape
You can copy your recorded files to a regular blank video tape. Connect the CAM to a VCR using the Audio/Video cable before
recording.
1.
Insert a blank video tape and select ‘Line Input’
on the VCR.
2.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM
and slide it down again.
3.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
Line Input
Select <Play> in the Video mode to find the
desired video file with the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
(Refer to page 40)
Line Output
1 ALARM IN 2 ALARM OUT 3 ALARM RESET 4 GND 5 TRIGGER OUT
6 TAPE END OUT 7 SERIES OUT 8 GND 9 SERIES IN 10 1 SHOT REC IN
1
4.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to find the video file
you want to copy and press the [OK] button.
5.
Press the [Record/Stop] button on the VCR to
start recording.
OUT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
IN
OUT
IN
Line Input
Notes
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Refer to operating instructions of your TV or VCR for detailed information on connecting external devices.
You can stop and play video files using the same button as used for playing video files on the LCD monitor of the CAM. (Refer to page 40)
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Miscellaneous Information: Connecting the CAM to other Devices
Recording TV program and unscramble contents from other devices
You can connect the TV or other external device to CAM to record unscrambled contents.
1.
2.
3.
Connect the AV input/output cable to the
AV input/output Jack of the CAM or Cradle.
Connect the Audio/Video cable to the
external output terminal of your TV or
other devices (VCR, CAM,..) set by
matching the cable to the colors of the
terminals.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the
CAM.
Line Output
◆ The Video Record screen appears.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Press the [Menu] button and slide the
[ ▲ /▼ ] switch. Press the [OK] button after
selecting <Video In>.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Normal>
and press the [OK] button.
Select the TV program or play back the
other devices.
Press the [Record/Stop] button to start
recording.
To stop recording, press the [Record/Stop]
button again.
Note
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The quality of an input signal recorded through the Line In input terminal cannot be guaranteed unless it comes from a digital device (DVD).
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Miscellaneous Information: Connecting the CAM to other Devices
Connecting the CAM to a PC using the USB cable
You can connect the CAM to a PC that supports USB connections.
Use the provided USB cable for connection to a PC.
1.
2.
3.
Insert the CAM into the cradle.
Connect the provided USB cable to USB port of
the cradle.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM
and slide it down again.
◆ The Mode Selection screen appears.
4.
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Connect the other side of the USB cable to the
USB port of your PC.
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Miscellaneous Information: Installing Programs
Installing Image Mixer
You can edit the video files and use the PC Camera function with this program.
Windows
1.
2.
Quit all files and folders currently open on your computer.
Insert the program CD into the CD-ROM drive.
◆ The Setup screen appears automatically.
◆ Open the CD-ROM Drive in ‘My Computer’ and double-click
<Iminst.exe>.
3.
4.
5.
Click <ImageMixer>
Select the language.
Follow the steps on the screen.
◆ You can use the Image Mixer after restarting your PC.
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Miscellaneous Information: Installing Programs
Macintosh
1.
2.
Quit all files and folders currently open on your computer.
Insert the program CD into the CD-ROM drive.
◆ The Setup screen appears automatically.
◆ If not, double-click the CD-ROM icon on the Desktop,
and double-click <Iminstall>.
3.
4.
5.
Click <ImageMixer>.
Select the language.
Follow the steps on-screen.
◆ You can use ImageMixer after restarting your PC.
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If Image Mixer appears to not be installed, re-install it again but you should first attempt to uninstall it. Uninstalling ‘Image Mixer’ should be
done via the ‘Control Panel’ on your PC.
If you play the MPEG4 video file, the ratio of the screen may not match.
If you click "ImageMixer", all softwares in the program CD are installed automatically.
It is necessary to install ImageMixer for playback the CAM recorded video files on your PC.
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Miscellaneous Information: Installing Programs
Installing software for using PC-Cam
Windows
1.
2.
3.
4.
Insert the program CD into the CD-ROM drive.
Fix the CAM into the cradle and connect it to a PC with the USB cable.
Locate the G:\PC_CAM\ folder on the CD.
Follow the steps on the screen.
◆ If the message of Windows Logo Test to confirm compatibility appears, press ‘Next’.
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Miscellaneous Information: Installing Programs
Installing Windows98SE Driver (For Windows98SE only)
To use the CAM as a removable drive on Windows98SE, you may need to install the Windows98SE Driver.
1.
Insert the program CD into the CD-ROM drive.
2.
3.
Fix the CAM into the cradle and connect it to a PC with
the USB cable. The PC recognizes the CAM and ‘Found
New Hardware Wizard’ appears.
Locate the Storage folder on the CD.
4.
Follow the steps on the screen.
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Miscellaneous Information: Connecting the CAM with other Devices
Disconnecting USB Connection
After completing the data transfer, you must disconnect the cable in the following way.
1. Select the removable disk icon on your computer screen and click the right mouse button to select
‘Safely Remove Hardware’.
2. Select ‘Stop’ and disconnect the USB cable when the pop-up screen disappears.
Notes
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If you disconnect the USB cable from the PC or the CAM during the data transfer,
the data transfer will stop and the data may be damaged.
If you connect the USB cable to a PC using a USB HUB or with other device at the same time,
it might cause conflict and may not work properly. If this occurs, remove all other devices and try the connection again.
The CAM may operates abnormally in the recommended system environment depending on the assembling of PC.
For example, the video file is played abnormally.
Once you select the USB 2.0 MassStorage, USB 1.1 MassStorage, PC-Cam or PictBridge, you cannot select
the modes. Disconnect the USB cable or turn on the CAM again to select the modes.
If you disconnect the USB cable, the message ‘Now refresh file list’ appears for 1 second.
PCs used via a USB hub or with a USB card are not guaranteed to work in all circumstances.
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Miscellaneous Information: Printing Photos
Printing with PictBridge Function
With the PictBridge Support, you can control the printer directly through
the CAM in order to print out stored pictures.
For direct printing of your stored pictures using the PictBridge function,
you must connect the CAM to a PictBridge printer using a USB cable.
1.
2.
Connect the CAM to the PictBridge printer with the USB cable.
Slide [Mode Selector] down to turn on the CAM.
◆ USB
3.
4.
5.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <PictBridge> and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Copies> and press the [OK] button.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select desired number and press the [OK] button.
◆ You
6.
menu screen appears automatically.
can select the number of copies from 1 to 99.
Slide the [ ▲ /▼ ] switch to select <Print> and press the [OK] button.
USB Mode
USB 2.0 MassStorage
USB 1.1 MassStorage
PC-Cam
Back
PictBridge
PictBridge 100-0056
Date
Off
Copies
5
Print
Next Photo
Previous Photo
PictBridge 100-0056
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If you select <Back> in the menu, the previous menu appears.
If you want to select the next or previous photo, select <Next> or <Previous> using [ ▲ /▼ ] switch.
For further details about printing photos, refer to the User's manual of the printer.
Date
Off
Copies
5
Print
Next Photo
Previous Photo
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Miscellaneous Information: Printing Photos
Printing Photos with DPOF Files
DPOF (Digital Printing Order Format) creates print information for photos you select and numbers them
on the Memory Stick or Memory Stick Pro. You can easily make prints on a DPOF compatible printer or order copies.
Printing DPOF files of the Memory Stick
1. Set the print information for the photo you want to print. (Refer to page 61)
2. Remove the Memory Stick from the CAM and insert it into the photo printer.
3. Follow the steps of the printer to print out photos.
Note
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For further details about printing photos, refer to the User's manual of the printer.
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Maintenance : Cleaning and Maintaining the CAM
After using the CAM
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For the safekeeping of the CAM, follow these steps.
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To prevent any damage to the LCD monitor, do not apply excessive force on its moving parts.
Do not drop or in anyway shock the CAM.
For prolonged use of the CAM, avoid using it in places subject to excessive humidity or dust.
Do not leave the CAM in places subject to:
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
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✓
✓
✓
To conserve battery power, be sure to turn off the CAM power when not in use.
Battery consumption may vary depending on the condition of use. Recording with many starts and stops,
frequent zooming, and recording in low temperatures will shorten actual recording times.
Dispose of used battery packs promptly. Do not dispose of them in fire.
The battery pack will become warm during charging and use. This is not a malfunction.
The battery pack has a limited service life. If the period of use becomes noticeably shorter with a normal charge,
the battery pack is at the end of its service life. Replace it with a new battery pack.
For the safe use of the Memory Stick and the Memory Stick Pro, follow these.
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Excessive humidity, steam, soot or dust.
Excessive shock or vibration.
Extremely high (over 50°C or 122°F) or extremely low (under 0°C or 32°F) temperatures.
Strong electromagnetic fields.
Direct sunlight or in a closed car on a hot day.
For the safe use of the battery pack, follow these.
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✓
✤
Turn the CAM off.
Remove the Battery Pack (refer to page 20).
Remove the Memory Stick (refer to page 34).
The Memory Stick should be stored away from heaters and other heat sources. Avoid storing Memory Sticks under direct
sunlight and avoid electromagnetic fields.
Do not power off any devices while transferring data, as this may destroy the data.
Back up your image data often to a hard disk or other permanent storage media.
Format the Memory Stick periodically.
When formatting the Memory Stick or Memory Stick Pro, format in the CAM. If you format it on PC, use the
‘Memory Stick Formatter’ in the supplied software CD.
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Maintenance : Cleaning and Maintaining the CAM
Cleaning the Body
✤
To Clean the Exterior of the CAM
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✓
✓
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✓
To clean the exterior, use a soft dry cloth. Wipe the body gently.
Do not apply excessive force when cleaning, gently rub the surface.
The LCD monitor surface should not be pressed. Use a soft dry cloth to clean the surface.
To clean the lens, use an optional air blower to blow out dirt and other small objects. Do not wipe the lens with cloth
or your fingers. If necessary, use lens cleaning paper.
Do not use thinner, alcohol or benzene for cleaning. Otherwise, the finish may be damaged.
Cleaning should be done only after the battery pack has been removed, and other power sources have been
disconnected.
Using the Built-in Rechargeable Battery
The CAM incorporates a rechargeable lithium cell that maintains the date and other settings even when the AC adaptor
and the battery are removed. The rechargeable lithium cell is automatically recharged when the CAM is used.
Charging the Built-in Rechargeable Battery
✤
If The CAM is not used at all, the cell runs down in 5 days. In this case, connect the AC adaptor to the CAM
and turn on the power switch. Then leave it for 24 hours.
After that, set the date and other settings again.
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Maintenance : Cleaning and Maintaining the CAM
Regarding the Battery
■
Battery pack performance decreases when the
surrounding temperature is 10°C (50°F) or below, and
shortens the battery life. In that case, do one of the
following so that the durability of the battery life can be
extended for a longer period of time.
- Put the battery pack in a pocket to warm it up, and
insert it in your Sports Camcorder immediately prior
to use.
- Use a large capacity battery pack (Optional).
■
Be sure to set the switch to OFF when not recording or
playing back. The battery power is also consumed in
standby mode and play back pause.
■
Have your battery packs ready for two or three times the
expected recording time, and make trial recordings
before make the actual recording.
■
Do not expose the battery pack to water.
The battery pack is not water resistant.
■
Do not short the battery or dispose of the battery in fire.
Do not disassemble the battery. The battery could
explode or catch fire.
■
Use only recommended batteries and accessories.
Use of batteries not expressly recommended for this
equipment may cause an explosion or leakage, resulting
in fire, injury or damage to the surroundings.
■
Install the battery according to the instructions.
Improperly installed batteries can cause damage to the
camcorder.
■
When you do not use for a long time, remove the
battery pack and batteries.
Otherwise, the battery may leak. To avoid damage to
the product, be sure to remove the battery when no
charge remains.
■
Remove the batteries from the external lens during
extended periods of non-use. To prevent damage to the
remote lens, immediately remove spent or expired
batteries from the external lens as they may breakdown
or leak.
■
Keep the battery out of reach of children. If it is
swallowed, seek medical assistance immediately.
■
Wipe the battery with a clean dry cloth to ensure proper
contact.
■
Change the batteries if the lamp of external camera
doesn't turn on or blinks when you powered.
Do not pick up the battery using metal tools as this may
cause a short circuit.
■
Never use new batteries together with batteries that
have been used in other devices.
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Maintenance : Cleaning and Maintaining the CAM
Using the CAM Abroad
✤
Each country or region has its own electric and color systems.
✤
Before using the CAM abroad, check the following items:
Power Sources
✤
You can use the CAM in any country or area with the supplied AC Power Adapter where the power input range is
100V ~ 240V, 50/60Hz.
✤
Use a commercially available AC plug adapter if necessary, depending on the design of the local wall outlets.
Color System
✤
You can view your video files using the built-in LCD monitor.
However, to view your recordings on a television set or to copy it to a video cassette recorder (VCR), the television set or the VCR
must comply with NTSC-compatible and have the appropriate Audio / Video ports. Otherwise, you may need to use a separate
Video Format Transcoder (NTSC-PAL format Converter).
PAL-Compatible Countries / Regions
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, CIS, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Great Britain,
Holland, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Malaysia, Mauritius, Norway, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovak
Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Thailand, Tunisia, etc.
NTSC-Compatible Countries / Regions
Bahamas, Canada, Central America, Japan, Mexico, Philippines, Korea, Taiwan, United States of America, etc.
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Troubleshooting
1
Self Diagnosis Display
Display
Not enough free space
Corrupted file
Paper error
Printer error
Ink error
Wrong error
USB transfer error
Low battery
Holding the key
Card error
Not formatted
Write error
Read error
Not supported format
Informs that…
Not enough free space for saving files
The file is corrupted
The paper is insufficient.
The paper is caught in the printer.
Ink is low.
The file is wrong.
The error is occurred while transferring data.
Battery is low.
The hold key is locked.
The memory card is corrupted.
Format the memory card.
Failed to write.
Failed to read.
The format is not supported.
Write protected
MPEG decoding error
Memory Stick is protected to write.
The video file is corrupted.
✤
If these instructions do not solve your problem, contact your nearest Samsung dealer or authorized service center/personnel.
Symptom
No power is supplied
Date/Time is wrong
Focus does not adjust automatically
The Memory Stick will not
load properly
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Action
Check the space of internal memory or the Memory Stick.
Delete the corrupted file.
Check the paper in the printer. If there is no paper, insert the paper.
Check that paper is caught in the printer. Pull out the caught paper.
Check if the ink or toner is low.
Check that the file is JPEG.
Disconnect the USB cable and connect it again.
Charge the battery pack or connect the AC Adapter.
Unlock the hold key and operate the CAM.
Format the Memory Stick or replace it with a new one.
Format the Memory Stick.
Check the memory space or format the memory.
Delete the file.
The AVI or JPEG file that is not supported. Check the supported file
on the page 30.
Unlock the Memory Stick.
Delete the corrupted file.
Possible Causes
The power is not connected properly
The battery is dead
The battery is too cold
The Date/Time is not set
Focus is set to manual mode
Recording was done in a dark place
Lens is covered with condensation
Memory stick is in wrong position
Something is stuck in the Memory Stick slot
Measure
Connect the AC adapter properly, page 24
Replace the dead battery pack
Warm up the battery or move to warmer place
Set the Date/Time, pages 90~91
Set focus to AUTO
Use strobe or lit the place
Clear the lens and check the focus
Insert the Memory Stick properly, page 34
Clear the Memory Stick slot
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Color balance of picture is not natural
Digital zoom does not work
Files stored in the Memory Stick
cannot be deleted
Images on the LCD monitor appear
dark
Possible Causes
White balance adjustment is required
Digital special effect is applied
Memory Stick is protected
File is locked
Ambient is too bright
Ambient temperature is too low
Rear of the LCD monitor is hot
Prolonged use of LCD monitor
Play, rewind and fast forwarding do
not work
Memory Stick cannot be played
back (Photo mode)
No picture is taken when is fully
pressed
The Photo Mode is selected
Measure
Set proper white balance, page 67
Turn off the digital special effects, page 54
Remove the protection tab of Memory Stick
Remove the lock on the file, page 84
Adjust the brightness and angle of LCD
Low temperatures might produce a dark LCD display
This is not a malfunction
Close the LCD monitor to turn if off,
or turn your device off to cool down
Select ‘Video Mode’ and select ‘Play’
The Video Mode is selected
Select ‘Photo Mode’ and select ‘View’
Not enough free memory space is
remained
Memory card is formatted by different
devices
Light is forced to cancel
Light is not available for recording
The ‘Photo Mode’ is selected
To save power consumption, the LCD
screen and Camera s power turns off if
there is no button operation for a
certain period of time (depending on
operation mode), which is not a
malfunctioning
Delete files from the Memory Stick
Format the Memory Stick on the CAM
Battery is exhausted
Battery Replacement
Built-in Light will not come on
Cannot Record a video
LCD screen turns off
External Camera Module does not operate
Select different Light mode, page 64
Select ‘Video Mode’
Operating any button will turn the camera on
Pressing the button once again will operate its function
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Using the Menu
Video
1. Record
2. Video In
External Camera
Normal
3. Play
4. File Options
Delete
Selected
All
Cancel
Lock
Selected
All
Cancel
Copy To
Selected
All
Cancel
PB Option
Selected
All
Cancel
Back
5. Settings
Size
720
352
Quality
Super Fine
Fine
Normal
Focus
AF
MF
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Photo
EIS
On
Off
White Balance
Auto
Hold
Outdoor
Indoor
Program AE
Auto
Sports
Spotlight
Sand/Snow
HS Shutter
BLC
Off
On
Effect
Off
Art
Mosaic
Sepia
Negative
Mirror
B&W
Emboss
Digital Zoom
Off
On
Back
6. Back
1. Capture
2. View
3. File Options
Delete
Selected
All
Cancel
Lock
Selected
All
Cancel
Copy To
Selected
All
Cancel
DPOF
Back
4. Settings
Size
800✕600
640✕480
Light
Auto
On
Off
Focus
AF
MF
EIS
On
Off
MP3
White Balance
Auto
Hold
Outdoor
Indoor
Program AE
Auto
Sports
Spotlight
Sand/Snow
HS Shutter
BLC
Off
On
Back
5. Back
1. Play Options
Repeat
All
Off
One
Back
2. File Options
Delete
Selected
All
Cancel
Lock
Selected
All
Cancel
Copy To
Selected
All
Cancel
Back
3. Back
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Using the Menu
Voice Recorder
1. Record
2. Play
3. File Options
Delete
Selected
All
Cancel
Lock
Selected
All
Cancel
Copy To
Selected
All
Cancel
Back
4. Back
File Browser
1. Delete
Selected
All
Cancel
2. Lock
Selected
All
Cancel
System Settings
1. Display
LCD Brightness
0%
...
100%
LCD Color
0%
...
100%
Back
USB Mode
3. System
Auto Shut off
Off
5 Minutes
Demo
Off
5 Minutes
Play Now
Video Mode
Previous Mode
2. Date/Time
Selected
All
Cancel
Set Time
Set Date
Date Format
4. File Info
YY/MM/DD
DD/MM/YY
MM/DD/YY
Beep Sound
Close
5. Back
Time Format
Version Info
Back
Date/Copies/Print
Next Photo/
Previous Photo/
Back
Start-up
3. Copy To
12 Hour
24 Hour
1. USB 2.0 MassStorage
2. USB 1.1 MassStorage
3. PC-Cam
4. PictBridge
File No.
Series
Reset
On
Off
Close
Back
4. Memory
Storage Type
Internal
External
Format
Internal
External
Memory Space
000MB/000MB
Back
5. Back
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Specifications
Model Name
the CAM System
Video Recording System
Photo System
MP3
Voice
Memory
Recording/Playing time
CCD Pixel
Zoom Ratio
Focal Length
Minimum Illumination
LCD Monitor
Cradle Connectors
USB
The CAM Connector
AV Input/Output
DC Power In Connector
General
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Power Source
Power Consumption
Dimension(WxHxD)
Weight
Built-in Microphone
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SC-X105L/X110L
MPEG4 AVI Format
JPEG (DPOF, Exif 2.2)
Stereo Playing
WAVE file record/play (8KHz Sampling, 16 bit, Stereo)
Internal memory
512MB (SC-X105L)
1GB (SC-X110L)
Memory Stick
Memory Stick Pro
Refer to page 30
1/6 inch CCD, 680K(Maximum)
x10(Optical), x100(Digital)
f=2.4~24mm, F1.8~2.4
3.0 Lux
2.0˝ Trans Reflective, 210K
Mini-B type (USB 2.0 High Speed)
Special 22Pin Connector
Video (1.0Vp_p), Audio (-7.5dBm 47K , Input:mono/Output:stereo)
Special 22Pin Connector
0°C~40°C (32°F~104°F)
10%~80%
3.8V (Li-Polymer Battery pack), 4.8V (AC Adapter)
3.0W (LCD ON)
2.32˝x 3.65˝ x 1.04˝
0.3307lb (Including the Lithium Polymer Battery Pack)
Omni-directional Stereo condenser microphone
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Specifications
Model Name
The CAM Connectors
Earphone
Common connector
AV output
Cradle Connector
DC Power In Connector
AC Adapter
Power Requirement
DC Output
Dimensions
Weight
Model Name
the External CMOS Camera
CMOS Pixel
Video Resolution
Exposure
White Balance
Focus Type
Focal Length
Connector
AV Output
General
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Power Source
Power Consumption
Dimension(LxHxD)
Weight
Built-in Microphone
Battery Using Time
SC-X105L/X110L
ø 3.5 Stereo
Video (1.0p_p, 75 ), Audio (-7.5dBm 47K , Stereo)
Special 22Pin Connector
Special 22Pin Connector
AC 100~240V, 50/60Hz
DC 4.8V, 1.0A
2.76˝ x 1.18˝ x 1.65˝
0.18lb (Including DC cable)
XC-L1N (External Camera Module)
1/4 inch CMOS, 320K(Maximum)
640x480 (VGA)
Auto
Auto
Fixed
f=4.0mm, F2.6
Video (1.0Vp_p), Audio (-7.5dBm 47K , Mono)
0°C~40°C (32°F~104°F)
20%~80%
1.5V x 2 (Alkaline AAA Battery)
0.9W
3.36˝x 1.08˝ x 1.06˝
0.2317lb (Without the Alkaline AAA Battery)
Omni-directional condenser microphone
Alkaline Battery : Maximum 60minutes
Nickel Hydrogen Rechargeable Battery : Maximum 100 minutes (not included)
These technical specifications and design may be changed without notice.
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Index
-AAF...................................................................................................48, 65
Auto Shut off ........................................................................................94
EIS ................................................................................................49, 66
External Camera Module ...........................................................108~110
-F-BBeep Sound .........................................................................................98
BLC ................................................................................................52, 69
File Browser .........................................................................................83
Focus..............................................................................................48, 65
Format ................................................................................................101
Function button ....................................................................................27
-CCapturing..............................................................................................56
Cleaning and Maintaining the CAM...................................................124
-IImage Mixer........................................................................................117
-D-
-L-
Date ......................................................................................................91
Demo....................................................................................................95
Digital Zoom .........................................................................................54
Display button ......................................................................................28
DPOF ...........................................................................................61, 123
LCD Brightness ....................................................................................88
LCD Color.............................................................................................89
Light......................................................................................................64
Lithium Polymer Battery pack..............................................................13
-E-
-M-
Effect ...................................................................................................53
Memory Space..................................................................................102
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Index
Memory Stick .......................................................................................34
Memory type ........................................................................................33
1
Menu button .........................................................................................14
MF ................................................................................................48, 65
-TTime......................................................................................................90
Troubleshooting..................................................................................128
-U-OOSD......................................................................................................17
USB Cable ...........................................................................................13
USB mode..........................................................................................103
-P-
-Y-
PB Option.............................................................................................45
PictBridge ...........................................................................................122
Power switch ........................................................................................14
Program AE....................................................................................51, 68
Version Information ..............................................................................99
-WWhite Balance................................................................................50, 67
-R-
-Z-
Repeat Play..........................................................................................74
Zooming In and Out.......................................................................38, 57
-SStart-up Mode ......................................................................................96
Storage type.......................................................................................100
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Warranty (SEA users only)
SAMSUNG LIMITED WARRANTY
SAMSUNG Electronics America Inc. (SEA), warrants that this product is free from defective material and workmanship.
SEA further warrants that if product fails to operate properly within the specified warranty period and the failure is due
to improper workmanship or defective material, SEA will repair or replace the product at its option.
All warranty repairs must be performed by a SEA authorized service center. The name and address of the location
nearest you can be obtained by calling toll free: 1-800 SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864).
Labor
90 days carry-in
Parts
1 year
On carry-in models, transportation to and from the service center is the customer’s responsibility.
The original dated sales receipt must be retained by the customer and is the only acceptable proof of purchase.
It must be presented to the authorized service center.
EXCLUSIONS (WHAT IS NOT COVERED)
This warranty does not cover damage due to accident, fire, flood and/or other acts of God; misuse, incorrect line
voltage, improper installation, improper or unauthorized repairs, commercial use, or damage that occurs in shipping.
Exterior and interior finish, lamps, and glass are not covered under this warranty.
Customer adjustments which are explained in the instruction manual are not covered under the terms of this warranty.
This warranty will automatically be voided for any unit found with a missing or altered serial number. This warranty is
valid only on products purchased in the United States and Puerto Rico.
Some States do not allow the exclusions or limitations of incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on
how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from State to State.
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THE CAMCORDER IS MANUFACTURED BY:
ELECTRONICS
SERVICE DIVISION
400 Valley Road, Suite 201, Mt. Arlington N.J. 07856
Tel: 1-800-SAMSUNG
(1-800-726-7864)
*Samsung Electronics’ Internet Home Page
http://www.samsung.com
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