Manual DC5105 For information
Manual
DC5105
4
Self-timer
indicator
5
Flash light
6
Macro switch
8
USB
interface
AV port
9
Lens
10
11
12
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15
16
LCD screen
Busy LED
Left/ display
Menu
Mode
UP
OK
Right/flash
light
Down
Playback
Delete
Battery door
SD card slot
Tripod
connector
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1. Get to know your camera
1.1 Features
5.0 Mega pixels resolution sensor
Video clips
Audio record
Web camera
Built-in Microphone Voice recorder
Built-in flash Light
TV output
2.4” LTPS real color display
Internal 16MB flash memory and SD card support
Driver free for Windows 2000/ME/XP/Vista and MAC 9.x and X.x
Macro mode
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1.2 Specifications
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Sensor
Image resolution
Lens
Focus range
Macro mode
Digital zoom
Flash strobe
LCD display
White balance
Video mode
Built-in memory
Picture Capacity in 16M
memory (The quantity of
pictures varies and
depends on the
complexity of the scene)
3.
Size
Quality
Scene mode
Exposure
value
Color
Saturation
Sharpness
Self timer
Continuous
shoot
Format
Language
For menu right selection, and selection of flash light mode.
Down & Digital zoom out
Press it to enter playback mode.
Press it to delete the photo in playback mode.
2xAAA alkaline batteries
SD card slot.
Item
Function
To fix the camera on tripod.
Battery indicator
12M pixel resolution
8.0M pixel resolution
5.0M pixel resolution
3.1M pixel resolution
1.3M pixel resolution
VGA resolution
Fine(Default)/Standard/
Economy
Auto(Default)/Sport/Night/
Portrait/Landscape/Backlight
+/-2, +/-5/3, +/-4/3,
+/-2/3,+/-1/3 +/-1, 0(Default)
Auto (Default)
Cloudy
Tungsten
Auto(Default)/100/200
Standard (Default) / Vivid /
Sepia / Monochrome
Normal(Default) / High / Low
Normal(Default) / Hard /Soft
2s
10s
5 6 7
1 1 1
Auto power
off
Sys. Reset
LightFrequency
(Flicker)
TV- Out
8
1
2
1
7
USB
Description
The batteries are full.
The batteries are empty.
4032 x 3024
3264 x 2448
2560 x 1920
2048 x 1536
1280 x 960
640 x 480
2
Recording mode
3
Date stamp
4
Memory or SD card
indicator
Scene set
Color setting
Saturation setting
Sharpness setting
Set the delay time at 2s to take a picture
Set the delay time at 10s to take a picture
Set the delay time at 10s to take a picture, and
then every 2s to take pictures automatically.
DD,MM,YYYY
Off(Default)/Set
Off(Default)/Date Only/Date &
Show the date and / or time on the pictures
Time
Can continuously shoot up to 3 pictures
Continuous shoot
within 10 seconds.
Execute/cancel
Format the memory card.
English(Default)/T-Chinese/SChinese/French/German/
Select display language
Italian/Spanish/Portuguese
Auto power off in1min, 3min(default) or
1/3/5 min and Off
5 min if no operation
Execute/cancel
Restore default setting
50Hz
Main European electricity frequency
60Hz
Main American electricity frequency
NTSC
PAL
PC Cam
Disk Drive
American and Japanese video format
European video format.
Work as a web camera.
Act as a portable disk.
Displays the date day/month/year
Indicates memory or SD card
Level of exposure
Automatic white balance
White balance selected for daylight
surrounding
White balance selected for cloudy surrounding
White balance selected for tungsten lighting
White balance selected for fluorescent
surrounding
Sensitivity select
Setting for photographs taking
Setting for videos capture
Picture quality set
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0
2
1
2
2
2
3
2
8
Note: The camera will remain the last setting when it is turned off.
Hook for attaching the wrist strap to the camera.
Press this button to take photographs or to start/stop recording a short video clip.
Press this button to turn on, press again to turn off.
Setup
4
1
3
1
6
9
3
Strap hook
Shutter
Power on/off
button
For television connection.
Records the image to be taken.
Note: Keep the lens clean. Dirt and fingerprints will affect the quality of the picture.
Display photographs, video clips, camera setting and menu.
When the indicator is lit, the camera is busy.
For menu LEFT selection, and LCD display on / off.
For camera setting.
Press it to select different mode.
UP & Digital zoom in
Press it to confirm changes.
10+2s
Time Stamp
1
1
0
1
5
1
2
Via this connection, you can download photographs and video clips to a computer.
Fluorescent
ISO
Windows 2000/ME/XP/Vista or above
Mac 9.x or X.x
Pentium II or above
At least 64MB
USB port
4x speed CD ROM or above
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3
2
1
2. Functional parts:
White
balance
Date Input
CPU
RAM
Interface
CD
Use the built-in flash to give the subject extra lighting if it is in dark surroundings
(the best flash distance is recommended within 1.5m.).
Macro mode: Select this mode to take close-up photographs (distance 11cm 18cm).
Normal mode: Select this mode to take photographs from 0.5m - infinity
Daylight
1.3 System requirement
Operating System
Explanation of the status icons
Details for camera setting
SET
External memory card
File format
Self timer
PC interface
TV-out
Power source
4.
1
Capture
5.0 Mega pixel CMOS sensor
12.0 Mega pixels: (4032x3024) (Hardware Interpolation)
8.0 Mega pixels: (3264x2448) (Hardware Interpolation)
5.0 Mega pixels: (2560x1920)
3.1 Mega pixels: (2048x1536)
1.3 Mega pixels: (1280x960)
300K pixels: (640x480)
F/2.8 f=8.5mm
0.5m. ~ Infinity
11cm – 18cm
8x
Built-in (Auto/force/off)
2.4” real color LTPS TFT
Auto/Daylight/cloudy/Tungsten/Fluorescent
30fps@QVGA &20fps@VGA
16MB Flash memory
VGA: (640x480) --138 Pictures
1.3M: (1280x960) -- 54Pictures
3.1M: (2048x1536) -- 28 Pictures
5.0M: (2560 x 1920) -- 21 Pictures
8.0M: (3264x2448) -- 14 Pictures
12M: (4032x3024) --3 Pictures
SD card supports up to 2GB
Picture: JPEG, Video: AVI, Voice: WAV
2/10/10+2 seconds
USB 1.1
NTSC/PAL
2xAAA alkaline batteries.(Rechargeable battery is not recommended)
Blinking when the self-timer function is operating.
5
6
:Pictures stored in built-in memory
:Pictures stored in SD card
Photo / Video counter
Photo mode :No. of balance picture can be taken;
Video mode: Balance of recording time in second;
Playback mode: The No. of pictures or video clips
Selected Resolution
12M= 4032x3024;
8M= 3264x2448;
5M=2560x1920;
3.1M = 2048x1536;
1.3M=1280x960;
VGA=640x480;
: Force flash.
7
Flash indicator
: Auto Flash: The camera determines if the flash must
be used or not.
: No Flash: The flash is turned off.
The quality is fine (Default).
8
Picture quality
9
Brightness Alert
Alert user to hold the camera steadily.
10
Normal / Macro
mode indicator
Normal mode (0.5m – infinity)
11
View center
The quality is standard.
The quality is economy.
5.
Macro mode (11cm –18cm)
Using the camera
5.1 Installing the batteries
1.
2.
3.
Open the battery door.
Insert 2 AAA alkaline batteries into the camera.
Turn on the camera.
Press the POWER button to turn it on (press it again to turn off).
5.2 Inserting a memory card (not included)
5.10 Playback video clips
6.3.2 Connecting as a PC camera
This camera has built-in internal memory. This memory can be extended with a SD memory card (not
included).
Follow the instructions given below to insert the optional SD memory card into the camera.
1.
Turn off the camera first.
2.
Insert the SD card into the camera.
1.
2.
3.
When you connect the camera as a PC camera, you can use the camera as a web cam for video
conferencing on the Internet by using Windows NetMeeting or Windows Messenger.
(You must install the driver before connecting the Digital Camera to your computer.)
1.
Turn the camera on by pressing the ON/OFF button.
2.
Press MENU button and press RIGHT key to select the Setup setting.
3.
Press▼ button to chook USB connection.
4.
Press ▲or ▼ button to choose the PC camera mode.
5.
Press OK to confirm.
6.
Connect the camera to the computer.
7.
Windows will automatically detect the camera. You can use this camera as a web camera.
When video clips are displayed, press OK to play, and press DOWN key to stop.
Press OK to pause the playback
Press Playback key to exit.
5.11 Recording voice
Note: There is only one right direction to insert the SD memory card into the slot. Do not force the card
into the slot, or else it may damage both the camera and the SD memory card.
Note: The SD memory card must be formatted before taking photographs. See the following sections for
more information.
1.
2.
5.3 Formatting the memory or SD card
5.12 Delete photographs and video clips
1.
2.
3.
4.
You can choose to delete a single photograph / video clip, or delete all the photographs / video clips in the
memory.
Press Menu button
Select Setup setting by right key.
Press OK to confirm and select by up or down key.
Press OK to format the card or memory.
The camera can be set to different resolutions.
1.
Press MENU to set proper resolution.
Resolution: VGA(640X480),1.3M(1280x960) 3.1M (2048X1536),
2.
3.
Press MODE to set the camera to photo mode ( ).
Depending on the distance to the object being photographed, use Macro switch to
adjust
the distance. Select the flower symbol ( ) if you wish to take a close-up photograph (11cm
–18cm).
If you wish to take photograph of surroundings or people (0.5m - infinity), set the Macro switch to
Normal mode (
4.
5.
6.
).
If you are not sure if there is enough lighting, turn the automatic flash (
) on by pressing the flash
button. (If the battery power is too low, the flash won’t be activated).
Use the LCD screen to aim the object you wish to photograph.
Press Shutter button and hold the camera steadily for 2 to 3 sec, until the LCD display turn on again.
Caution: 1) Taking picture for fast-moving object is not recommended.
2) Image may be distorted when taking picture in a moving vehicle.
5.6 Zoom in and out
The camera can zoom in up to 8 times.
1.
Zoom in by pressing the ▲ or▼ button, a number will appear on the display. 8.0 is the maximum
zoom.
2.
You can zoom in by pressing the UP or DOWN button.
You can use the self-timer function when you wish to take a photograph for yourself or when you wish to
photograph for an object where the camera must be as still as possible, for example on the stand.
1.
Set the camera to photo mode.
2.
Press the MENU button. The quick menu will appear.
3.
Press ▼ to self-timer mode, press OK and ▲or ▼ to set the delay time: 2seconds / 10 seconds /
10+2seconds or off.
4.
Press the OK button to confirm. The self-timer function is now ready for use.
5.
Aim at the object you wish to photograph.
6.
Press the SHUTTER button to take a photograph.
7.
The self-timer indicator LED in the front will blink.
8.
The photograph will be taken after the timer reaches the delay time that you pre-set, and the
camera will beep once.
5.8 Recording video clips
1.
2.
3.
Press the MODE button to select the video clip mode.
Press the SHUTTER button to start recording video, press the SHUTTER button again to stop
recording. The video clip will now be saved as an AVI file in the camera memory.
Press MENU to set proper resolution, EV and WB, and press OK to confirm.
Replace or install the battery correctly.
Follow the instructions given below to delete photograph.
1.
Press PLAYBACK to enter the playback mode.
2.
Press the MENU button and select Delete One/Delete All, press OK to confirm.
3.
If you select Protect picture, your current file or images can not be deleted.
4.
Press MENU to exit.
Photos can not be saved when
taking pictures.
The memory card or built-in
memory hasn’t been
formatted properly.
Format the memory in SETUP mode of
the camera. Please refer to section 5.3.
Cannot find removable disk after 1. Connection failure.
2. The mode of the camera
connecting the camera to the
is not set to removable
computer.
disk properly
1. Make sure all cable connections are
secured and restart the computer if
necessary.
2. Set the camera to removable disk
mode, refer to section 6.3.1 (system
setting, USB connection).
Flash does not work.
Battery Power is too low.
Replace with new ALKALINE battery.
The batteries used up very fast.
Use wrong type of battery.
Replace with new ALKALINE battery.
1.
2.
3.
Press PLAYBACK to enter Playback mode.
Select the photo (video) you want to delete, press DELETE
Press OK to confirm.
6.
Installing the camera driver
button.
The driver in the CD has to be installed, under following applications:
For windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Vista: Using as a PC cam only. (Download
picture /video is driver free)
Set the flash light to force
The photos are over exposure
There is a chance for a conflict between the new driver and an existing driver in the computer. In that case,
it is better to remove those drivers before installing the new driver.
1.
Enter Windows ‘Safe Mode’ (press F8 when starting Windows and then select ‘Safe Mode’ from
the menu which will be displayed).
2.
Click on ‘Start – Settings – Control Panel’ and double-click on ‘Add/Remove Programs’ icon.
3.
Find all the programs for similar, old devices and remove these by clicking on the ‘Add/Remove’
button. When in ‘Safe Mode’, it is possible for some programs to appear
twice. In
that case, remove all the programs which appear twice.
4.
Restart the computer.
Set the Flash light to Auto mode
.
in bright
mode
environment.
1. The camera is not held
steadily
2. The lens of camera is
dirty
1. Hold the camera steadily until it
beeps when taking photo.
2. Clean the lens with soft dry cloth.
Get a warning message:
“Capture device was not
detected” when trying to open
PC cam.
1. Conflict with another
camera or video device.
2. The mode of the camera
is not set to PC cam
mode properly.
1. Remove any other camera driver
completely from your system.
Sometimes you have to re-install your
system.
2. Set the camera to PC cam mode,
refer to section 6.3.2 (system setting,
USB connection).
Cannot preview image in PC
Camera mode.
“Preview” is not selected in
option Menu in PC.
Click “preview” in the “option” menu to
select it.
6.1 Uninstalling old drivers and devices
The photos are blurry
Note: Make sure all other programs are closed during the installation process.
Note: During installation for Windows XP/Vista, you may receive a message saying that the driver has not
been signed. This does not cause a problem for the functionality of the program. Please click "Yes"
to continue.
Note: For example, ‘D: \’ is used to indicate the CD-ROM drive. This may be different for your computer.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Insert the CD-ROM into your computer’s CD-ROM drive. The installation program will start
automatically. If it does not start automatically, please do the following:
a) Select 'Run' from Windows Start menu.
b) Type [D:\SETUP.EXE] and click on 'OK' to start the Software Installer.
The Software Installer will appear.
Select the language you wish to use for the installation.
Click on ‘Install driver‘to start the installation of the camera driver.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
6.3 Connecting the camera
Warranty!!
If you have questions regarding the warranty, the length of warranty and the working method of it, you can
find the information on our site www.lenco.eu or you can directly contact the place where you
purchased your product.
If at any time in the future you should need to dispose of this product please note
that:Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please
recycle where facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling
advice.(Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive)
The camera can be connected to the computer in two different modes: Mass Storage Device, or as a PC
camera for video conferencing on the Internet.
5.9 Playback photographs
6.3.1 Connecting as a mass storage device
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Press PLAYBACK button, press
or
to select the video clip or photo.
Press ▲, it will go to 2x zoom, press ▲ again to 3x zoom…… up to 8x.
Press “OK” and then Press ▲, ▼, or
to shift the image.
Press MENU to select SLIDE SHOW, and then press OK to confirm. The pictures saved in your
camera or your SD card will be displayed in sequence automatically.
Solution
Low battery power.
Battery placed at wrong
polarities.
6.2 Installing the driver for Windows ME / Windows 2000 / Windows XP / Windows Vista
5.7 Taking photographs using self-timer function
Cause
Cannot turn on the camera by
pressing the “power” button.
5.12.2 Shortcut to delete one picture
5.5 Taking photographs
Turn on the camera by pressing the ON/OFF button.
Trouble shooting
5.12.1 Delete photograph
NOTE: Select ‘Deleting All’ and Press OK to confirm, all the pictures will be deleted.
5M (2560 x 1920), 8M (3264x2448), 12M (4032x3024)
Six different resolutions will be displayed. Select the desired resolution by using the ▲ or
▼buttons and then press the OK button to confirm the selection.
1.
7.
Problem
5.4 Setting the resolution
2.
Press MODE button to select the voice recording mode,
Press SHUTTER to start voice recording and press it again to stop.
Turn the camera on by pressing the ON/OFF button.
Press MENU button and press RIGHT key to select the Setup setting.
Press ▼button to set USB connection.
Press ▲or ▼button to choose the Disk Drive mode.
Press OK to confirm.
Connect the camera to the computer.
Windows will automatically detect the camera. You can use this camera as a removable disk.
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