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D-Link DSC-350F Specifications
DSC-350F
Dual-Mode Digital Camera
Manual
Rev. 04-01-2002
Contents
Camera Precautions .............................................................................. 1
Accessories.............................................................................................. 2
Meet the DSC-350F................................................................................. 3
Front View.............................................................................................. 3
Back View............................................................................................... 3
LCD Panel Indicator ............................................................................. 4
Camera Function Selection................................................................. 6
Using the DSC-350F as a Digital Camera ......................................... 7
Turn Power On and Off........................................................................ 7
Taking Pictures ...................................................................................... 7
Self-timer Capture................................................................................. 8
Using Flash............................................................................................ 8
Continuous Capture.............................................................................. 9
Deleting Pictures ................................................................................... 9
Selecting Image Resolution ..............................................................10
Selecting a shooting environment....................................................10
Installing the Optional Utility Software ........................................... 11
Transferring Pictures to Your PC .....................................................12
Connecting the Camera to you PC ..................................................12
Transferring Pictures from Camera..................................................13
Creating an AVI Video File ..................................................................15
Using the DSC-350F as a PC Camera (Webcam) .........................16
Specifications ........................................................................................17
Limited Warranty...................................................................................18
D-Link Offices ........................................................................................21
Revision 1.0
Camera Precautions
Please follow these guidelines when using your DSC-350F:
§ Keep the camera from the following environments
• High temperatures such as direct sunlight, heater,
closed vehicle or other hot sources
• Excessive humidity
• Dust
• Unstable surfaces
• Snow
• Rain
§ If the lens or the viewfinder gets dirty, please clean them by
using a lens brush or soft cloth.
§ Never touch the lens with your fingers.
§ If a foreign substance or water gets in the camera, please turn
the power off immediately and remove the batteries. Then do
not use the camera for a while to allow the water to dry up.
§ Do not open the camera case or attempt to repair the camera
yourself as high-voltage internal components may cause risk
of electrical shock or fire.
§ Do not open the battery compartment when the camera power
is on.
§ Transfer important images to your computer as soon as
possible in order to avoid losing photos.
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Accessories
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Camera Cradle
Two AA alkaline batteries
Camera hand strap
Camera driver and utility software CD
USB cable
Camera pouch
Q.I.G & Manual
Meet the DSC-350F
Front View
Back View
LCD Panel Indicator
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8
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6
1
5
2
4
1
3
Picture Counter
Total number of pictures you have captured
2
Continuous Capture
Continuous capture mode
3
Image Resolution
640 x 480 pixels (default setting)
320 x 240 pixels
4
Shooting Environment
Outdoor 1 (Cloudy)
Outdoor 2 (Sunny)
Indoor 1 (Bright)
Indoor 2 (Dark)
5
Memory Full
Memory full icon
6
Flash Mode
Auto mode
Off mode (default setting, no icon display)
7
Picture Delete
Delete all pictures
Delete last picture
8
Self-timer
Self-timer mode
9
Low Battery Warning
This icon will blink when battery power is low.
Please replace the battery soon.
Camera Function Selection
Press then Mode button to select the function you need.
The function icon on the LCD panel will blink. Press and hold the
Select button until you hear a beep to confirm your selection.
Function Mode Diagram
Using the DSC-350F as a Digital
Camera
Turn Power On and Off
Power on:
Power off:
Press the Power On button and camera will beep.
Press the Power On button again and camera will
beep.
Note: The camera will be automatically turn off power if unused for
about 60 seconds.
Taking Pictures
With the camera powered on, select focus mode for your application
Standard mode (0.9m ~ infinity)
You should use this mode in most all circumstances.
Macro mode (25cm ~ 30cm)
For taking close-up pictures. The Marco mode LED will light
when you push the macro switch to this mode.
Press the Shutter button to take picture and camera will beep.
LCD Panel will show the number of pictures you have taken.
Note: When memory is full, the battery icon with blink and beep
continuously.
Self-timer Capture
The Self-timer mode allows you to take pictures using a delayed
capture setting. The Self-timer mode will delay taking a picture for a
10 second period. Follow these instructions to use the Self-timer
mode.
1. Press the Mode button until you see
2. Press the Shutter button.
3. The self-timer LED will blink and the camera will beep for 10
seconds.
4. Once 10 seconds has transpired, the camera will take the
picture.
Note: If you want to leave Self-timer mode, press the Mode button
until you see the Timer Off icon.
Using Flash
The Flash allows you to take pictures in the dark. Please note that
when using the flash, the batteries power will be depleted quicker
than if you were not using the flash.
Press the Mode button until you see this icon. In Auto
Flash mode, the flash will fire automatically when required
using the current exposure setting.
Press the Mode button once more to turn the Flash mode
off. The flash's working range is 0.8~1.5 meters, the best is
1.0~1.2 meters.
When taking picture in Flash mode, the "Busy" LED on the back of
the camera will blink after you press the Shutter button so that the
flash can be recharged.
Continuous Capture
The Continuous Capture mode allows you to take multiple photos in
rapid succession.
1. Press the Mode button until the
icon is shown.
2. Press and hold the Shutter to begin taking pictures.
3. The picture counter will count up as pictures are being taken.
4. To stop taking pictures, remove your finger from the Shutter
button.
Note: The continuous capture mode will stop automatically If the
memory gets full.
Deleting Pictures
This section describes how to delete the photos in the camera’s
memory. Be careful that you don’t delete photos that you want and
have not downloaded to your PC yet. Follow these steps to delete
photos on your camera…
To Delete All Pictures
1. Press the Mode button until the
is shown.
2. Press the Select button for 2 seconds to delete all pictures.
3. When all pictures are deleted, the picture counter will refresh
to "0".
To Delete the Last Picture
Press the Mode button until
is shown
Press the Select button for 2 seconds to delete last pictures.
When you delete the last picture, the picture counter will count down
one number.
Selecting Image Resolution
This section describes how to change the resolution that your
pictures will be taken in. Please note that when using a higher
resolution (640x480), the file sizes will be larger and will take up more
memory. However, the higher resolutions will provide more detail in
your photos.
Press the Mode button to change to the following icons.
640 x 480 pixels (default setting)
The camera can hold about 70 pictures.
320 x 240 pixels
The camera can hold about 180 pictures.
Selecting a shooting environment
This section describes the different shooting modes that can be used
in different circumstances.
Outdoor 1: Use this setting for taking pictures
outdoor on a cloudy day.
Outdoor 2: Use this setting for taking pictures
outdoor on a sunny day.
Indoor 1: Use this setting for taking pictures
indoor in bright conditions.
Indoor 2: Use this setting for taking pictures
indoor in dark conditions.
Installing the Optional Utility Software
This section describes how to install the software included on the
software CD. You do not need to install this software unless you don’t
already have a TWAIN compliant imaging software or retrieving the
photos, or video software for the webcam. Follow the following
instructions to install the software that you want to install.
1. Insert the software CD into the CD-ROM drive as shown
below.
2. Click the button that corresponds to the software you want to
install.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
Transferring Pictures to Your PC
Once you have the TWAIN driver and utility software installed in your
PC, you may start download pictures from the camera to your
computer.
Connecting the Camera to you PC
Use the supplied USB cable to connect the camera to your computer
Once connected, Windows will complete the following USB device
installation. These are found in Windows Device Manager.
§ DSC-350F Dual-Mode DSC (Controller)
§ DSC-350F Dual-Mode DSC (Video Camera)
§ DSC-350F Dual-Mode DSC (Still Camera)
Transferring Pictures from Camera
Follow these steps to transfer the pictures on the camera to your
computer. These instructions use ArcSoft’s Photo Impression 2000
software as the imaging software. You may use other TWAIN
compliant imaging software such as Adobe Photoshop, but the
instructions will not follow these steps.
1. Open "Photo Impression 2000" using the Start menu.
2. Click the Get Photo button.
3. Click the Camera/Scanner button.
4. Select "D-Link DSC-350F" from the “Select Source” list.
5. Choose the destination album for your pictures from the
"Select Album" list.
Acquire
Select
Camera/Scanner
6. Click the Acquire button. The Camera TWAIN software
window will open.
7. The pictures you taken will automatically display in the TWAIN
window.
8. Choose pictures that you want or click Select All to select
all pictures, then click the Transfer button.
Select All
Transfer
Creating an AVI Video File
If you want to make a video out of the pictures you took when using
the Continuous Capture Mode
1. Use the Continuous Capture Mode
on the camera.
2. Connect your camera to the PC with the USB cable and start
the AVI maker from the Windows programs menu by clicking
on Start, Programs, DSC-350F and then AVI Maker.
3. AVI Maker will automatically read the continuous pictures from
the camera and show the following window.
4. After you select the desired Compression Quality, click the
Create button.
5. You will then see the Save As Window. Select a name and
location for your AVI file and click the Save button.
6. Once saved, the video will automatically open in Windows
Media Player (or the default program for AVI video files).
Using the DSC-350F as a PC
Camera (Webcam)
You can connect the DSC-350F to your computer and use it as a PC
camera, or webcam as it is sometimes called. Follow these steps to
use the camera as a webcam.
1. Connect the USB cable to the camera and to your PC’s USB
port. The LCD panel will display PC.
2. See the documentation of the PC camera software you are
using for instructions on using the DSC-350F as a PC camera.
3. Normally, you will need to select which camera you would like
to use as the webcam. Select "DSC-350F PC Camera" if the
software you are using has a video capture source list.
Important Note:
Do not disconnect the USB cable while you are running the
DSC-350F as a PC Camera. Doing so may cause your computer or
software to lock-up or freeze.
Specifications
Resolution:
Digital Camera mode:
640 x 480 pixels
320 x 240 pixels
PC Camera mode:
640 x 480 pixels
320 x 240 pixels
160 x 120 pixels
Focus
Standard mode: 0.9m to infinity from camera
Macro mode:
25cm ~ 30cm
Color:
24 bit full color
Memory:
Built-in 8MB Flash RAM
File Format:
BMP
Flash: Internal
Flash mode: Auto/Fill-in/Off
Self-timer:
10 seconds
Power:
AA alkaline battery x 2
Interface:
USB
Auto Power Off: Automatically turn off power if inactive for about 60
seconds
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