Concord Camera 5345z Digital Camera User Manual

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CONGRATULATIONS
Congratulations on the purchase of your new
camera. Your camera has been carefully
engineered and manufactured to give you
dependable operation. Read this manual
before operating the unit to become more
familiar with it and obtain the performance that
will bring you continued enjoyment for many
years.
This manual has been written and formatted
with such depth and detail so you can
maximize the features of your camera, yet
easily follow the instructions.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents....................................................................................2
Important Information..............................................................................3
FCC Information ................................................................................3
User Information ................................................................................3
Precautions .............................................................................................4
Location of Controls................................................................................5
Front/Top/Right Side..........................................................................5
Rear...................................................................................................5
Bottom ...............................................................................................6
Display...............................................................................................6
Getting Started........................................................................................7
Software Installation ..........................................................................7
Computer Connection .....................................................................10
Saving Your Pictures to Your Computer..........................................10
Loading the Batteries ......................................................................12
Turning the Camera On and Off......................................................13
Built-in Memory/Inserting a CompactFlashTM Memory Card...........13
Setting the Flash .............................................................................14
Taking Pictures .....................................................................................15
Operation ..............................................................................................16
Feature Setting Menus ....................................................................16
Image Setting ..................................................................................16
Using the Self-Timer........................................................................17
TV Format .......................................................................................18
Deleting the Pictures From the Memory .........................................19
Taking a Movie Clip ..............................................................................20
Troubleshooting Guide..........................................................................21
Care and Maintenance .........................................................................24
Software Customer Care ......................................................................24
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
FCC INFORMATION
FCC WARNING: This equipment meets the limits for a class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Only the
cables supplied with the camera should be used. Operation with
other cables is likely to result in interference to radio and TV
reception and could void the user’s authorization to operate this
equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
2) This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
USER INFORMATION
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 on and off, 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.
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PRECAUTIONS
Be sure to observe the following precautions when using the camera:
• Never try to take pictures when operating a motor vehicle or
while walking.
• Never try to open the case of the camera or attempt your own
repairs. Always leave service to authorized repair facilities.
• Keep the camera away from water and other liquids, and never
let it get wet. Never use when it is raining or snowing.
• Should foreign matter or water get into the unit, immediately
turn the power off and contact your local authorized service
center.
• Physical damage and malfunction of this unit can cause the
image data stored in its memory to be deleted. Be sure to
always keep backup copies of data by transferring them to a
personal computer.
• Do not leave the camera in places subject to extremely high
temperatures, such as a sealed vehicle or in direct sunlight.
• Disconnect the batteries when the camera is not used for long
periods of time.
• Dispose of the batteries promptly and in a manner that
complies with applicable laws.
• Do not place the camera in unstable locations, such as a
sloping surface or unstable table where the camera may fall.
• Do not touch or press on the display or lens.
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS
TOP
4 3 2
FRONT
5
6
2X
RIGHT
REAR
8
10 11
DIG
1
7
I TA L Z O O
M
9
12
13
14 15
5
1. Shutter Button
2. SELECT/Flash
On/Off Button
(Next Image/Slide
Show in the TV
mode)
3. MODE Button
(Prev. Image/Info
in the TV mode)
4. POWER Button
5. Flash
6. Lens
7. Viewfinder
8. VIDEO OUT Jack
9. USB Port
Connection (To
PC)
10.Viewfinder
11. Charged Flash
LED
12.Display
13.EJECT Switch
TM
14.CompactFlash
Card
Compartment
15.Strap Loop
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BOTTOM
16
17
16. Battery Compartment
17. Tripod Mount
DISPLAY
1
2
3
4
5
6
PAL
NTSC
2X
HIGH
NORMAL
1. Pictures Taken/LCD
Message Indicator
2. Auto Flash Indicator
3. Trash (Delete) Indicator
4. 2X Digital Zoom Indicator
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
6
LOW
7
8
9
Battery Indicator
Resolution Indicators
TV Mode Indicators
Movie Indicator
Self Timer Indicator
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GETTING STARTED
SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
WARNING: MAKE SURE TO INSTALL THE SOFTWARE BEFORE
CONNECTING THE CAMERA FOR THE FIRST TIME TO THE
COMPUTER. FAILURE TO DO IT WILL PREVENT YOU FROM
RETRIEVING YOUR PICTURES FROM THE CAMERA.
Microsoft® Windows® Users:
1. Insert the CD into the CD-ROM Drive.
2. Open the icon My Computer by double clicking it, and then
double click the CD ROM drive icon.
3. Double click the folder “PC”, then double click the
PC setup.exe icon as shown at the right:
4. Choose your preferred language, then press the
‘Enter’ button.
5. You have now entered the Welcome Page. Press the ‘Next’ button
to proceed.
6. Press ‘Yes’ button for the software license Agreement;
7. Press ‘Next’ button to set up software Destination location;
8. You have now entered the ArcSoft Program selection page. (The
ArcSoft Programs are only for photo editing). You will be given a
choice of installing the programs VideoImpression 1.6,
PhotoPrinter 2000 Pro and PhotoStudio 2000. Check all, some or
none, if you want to install all, some or none of the programs.
Note: While we do recommend that you use Arcsoft software,
choosing not to install these programs will not interfere with the
camera’s operation, and this option is given to you if you already have
your favorite photo editing software installed on your computer. Press
‘Next’ to proceed.
9. Press ‘Next’ under the Select program software to proceed.
10. You now have come to the Camera Driver Installation Page.
Check the Camera Driver Button and Press the ‘Finish’ Button to
complete all installation procedures. You ARE REQUIRED to
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install the camera driver to be able to connect your camera to
your computer. You will be asked to select between the
50Hz/60Hz lighting frequency settings:
• USA / Canada – 60Hz
• Europe – 50Hz
Creating a Desktop Icon:
Double click on “My Computer” on your computer desktop. Right click
on the icon “EyeQ 1300” and select “create shortcut”. Select “Yes” and
this will place the “EyeQ 1300” icon on your computer desktop.
Uninstalling Your Camera Driver:
To uninstall camera driver, click the “Start Menu” ➔ “Settings” ➔
“Control Panels” ➔ “Add/Remove Programs”. Select “Eye-Q 1300” and
click the “Add/Remove” button.
Mac® Users:
(A) Installing the Camera Driver:
1. Insert the CD-ROM disc into the CD-ROM drive and close the CDROM draw.
2. Double click the “Concord” CD icon on your desktop.
3. Double click to open the folder “Mac”
4. Double click the Installation file icon named ‘MYCAMERA.1’
5. Follow the instructions presented on the screen to complete
installation.
(B) Installing the included ArcSoft Programs Photoprinter and / or
Photo Studio
1. Insert the CD-ROM disc into the CD-ROM drive and close the CDROM drawer.
2. Double click the “Concord” CD icon on your desktop.
3. Double click the folder “PHOTOPRI” or “PHOTO STU”
4. Double click the folder of your preferred language.
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5.
6.
Double click the setup icon ‘Photopri.nte’ or ‘photostu.dio’.
Follow the instructions presented on the screen to complete
installation.
A Brief Introduction to the ArcSoft Camera Suite Software:
ArcSoft PhotoStudio
ArcSoft Photostudio is a full-featured, easy to use digital image editing
program that provides a complete set of photo editing and retouching
tools, plus a wide selection of special effects and enhancements.
ArcSoft PhotoPrinter
ArcSoft PhotoPrinter is an easy to use printing utility that enables the
user to layout and print multiple images in different sizes quickly and
easily on a sheet of paper.
ArcSoft VideoImpression (only for Windows®)
ArcSoft VideoImpression is a video and image editing software
program. The program enables users to create and edit new videos
using existing video and image files.
Visit http://www.arcsoft.com for all your FAQ’s, tips and technical support.
To Download Microsoft® Netmeeting® and Apple® Quicktime®
Software from the Internet:
To download Microsoft® Netmeeting® for Video Conferencing:
Microsoft® Netmeeting® is available (FREE OF CHARGE) via the
following website: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/netmeeting
To Download Quicktime™ Player for Video Clip Playback (PC and
Mac®):
Quicktime™ Player is available (FREE OF CHARGE) via the following
website: http://www.quicktime.com
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COMPUTER CONNECTION FOR PICTURE UPLOAD:
WARNING: MAKE SURE TO INSTALL THE SOFTWARE BEFORE
CONNECTING THE CAMERA FOR THE FIRST TIME TO THE COMPUTER.
FAILURE TO DO THIS WILL PREVENT YOU FROM RETRIEVING YOUR
PICTURES FROM THE CAMERA.
The supplied USB cable allows you to upload images from the camera
and/or CompactFlashTM memory card to your PC. When your camera is
connected to your PC (see figure below), it will draw power from the PC.
This helps saving the batteries.
SIDE OF CAMERA
A. Turn your camera on
and double click the
“EyeQ 1300” (“My
Camera” for Mac users)
shortcut icon on your
desktop; this will bring
up your image and
movie clip files on the
computer. Your camera
will display “PC”.
B. Double click the desired
image or movie clip to view, print or manipulate it.
TO COMPUTER
SAVING YOUR PICTURES TO YOUR COMPUTER:
Repeat step A above.
On the “EyeQ 1300” (“My Camera” for Mac users) window menu, click
on EDIT ➔ SELECT ALL, then click on EDIT ➔ COPY.
Click on START➔DOCUMENTS➔MY DOCUMENTS. On the “My
Documents” window, click on EDIT➔ PASTE. Your pictures are now
saved for future use, and it is safe to delete them from the camera /
CompactFlashTM card to make room for new ones.
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Important notes about the batteries:
1. Please do not remove batteries while the camera is still on. The camera
may still be processing your picture at this time. Removing the
batteries at this time will result at losing your picture and affect the
normal operation of the camera. Make sure the camera is power off
before removing the batteries.
2. Excessive use of flash will limit your battery life.
3. When the battery indicator start blinking, the batteries level becomes low
and please avoid taking any more pictures.
Important notes about the memory:
Eye Q 1300 comes with 2MB of internal SDRAM memory. SDRAM
memory is volatile and the memory will be lost if the batteries are too low, or
if the batteries are removed. If the battery sign start blinking, please stop
taking more pictures and upload your pictures to your PC as soon as
possible.
Important notes about uploading your pictures to your PC:
1. Always turn on your camera before connecting to the USB cable and
your PC.
2. Always upload your pictures to your PC before the battery runs low.
3. Never open the battery door before uploading your pictures to your PC.
Power off your camera:
When the camera is processing your pictures, pressing the power button
will not shut down the camera immediately. Press the power button and
the camera will shut down automatically when the camera finish processing.
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LOADING THE BATTERIES
Before taking pictures, insert two (2) “AA” batteries into your camera's battery
compartment, as follows:
1. Open the battery compartment by pushing the tab in as in Figure 1.
2. Insert two (2) “AA” batteries into the battery compartment, observing the
polarity marks (+ / -) as indicated in Figure 2.
3. Close the battery compartment until it clicks.
NOTE: Batteries will need replacing when the Battery indicator blinks in the
display.
+ –
– +
FIGURE 1
FIGURE 2
BATTERY PRECAUTIONS
Follow these precautions when using batteries in this device:
1. Use only the size and type of batteries specified.
2. Be sure to follow the correct polarity when installing the batteries as
indicated in the battery compartment. Reversed batteries may cause
damage to the device.
3. Do not mix different types of batteries together (e.g. Alkaline and
Carbon-Zinc) or old batteries with fresh ones.
4. If the device is not to be used for a long period of time, remove the batteries
to prevent damage or injury from possible battery leakage.
5. Do not try to recharge batteries not intended to be recharged; they can
overheat and rupture. (Follow battery manufacturer’s directions.)
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TURNING THE CAMERA ON AND OFF
• To turn your camera on, press the POWER
button ❶; the LCD screen will turn on and two
beeps will be heard.
• To turn your camera off, press the POWER
button ❶ again; the LCD screen will turn
blank.
SPECIAL NOTE ON TURNING YOUR CAMERA OFF: While the camera is
processing your pictures, pressing the power button will not shut down the
camera immediately. The camera will shut down automatically when it has
finished processing.
STANDBY: To save the batteries, when no button is pressed within 60
seconds, the unit will enter the Standby mode (LCD will turn off); images will
be stored in memory.
BUILT-IN MEMORY/INSERTING A COMPACTFLASHTM MEMORY CARD
Your camera comes with 8MB of internal memory, of which 2MB are used for
storing images. If this is not enough, you can insert a CompactFlashTM
memory card (not included), up to a maximum of 64MB. CompactFlashTM
memory cards are available at all good computer and camera retailers. To
insert, follow the instructions below:
1
1
2
Using your fingernail, open the
CompactFlashTM Card Compartment
on the side of your camera and insert
the memory card all the way into the
compartment as shown above. The
card will only fit in the compartment
one way.
To eject the card, open the
CompactFlashTM Card
Compartment and then press the
EJECT button ❶ as shown above.
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SETTING THE FLASH
Your camera is equipped with two flash modes. To change the
Flash mode, press the SELECT/Flash button until the Flash
indicator lights or turns off as follows:
Flash On (“ ” appears in the display): The auto flash is enabled.
Whenever a picture is taken, and there is insufficient lighting, the
flash will fire. This mode will eliminate the need of turning it on or off
depending on light conditions. When this option is selected, the
flash will charge and the green LED inside the viewfinder will light
when it is fully charged and ready to fire.
Flash Off (“ ” does NOT appear in the display): The flash is
disabled.
The flash range is approximately 18 inches to 6 feet (50cm to 2m).
NOTES:
• When the battery indicator starts blinking, the batteries' level is
low and the flash option cannot be activated.
• The shooting range is approximately 18 inches to infinity (50cm
to infinity).
• Flash Off is a great feature that allows you to utilize only
existing light, such as a sunset. This feature is also called
"museum mode", as many museums do not allow flash
photography inside their premises.
• The Flash Mode setting will revert back to the factory default
(Flash Off) every time the camera is turned off.
• The flash cannot be enabled when using it in the Movie mode
(described later in this manual).
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TAKING PICTURES
1
2
1
1
To turn your camera on, press
the POWER button ❶; the LCD
screen will turn on and two
beeps will be heard.
If desired, press the
SELECT/Flash button ❶ to set
the flash mode of your choice
(see page 14).
If desired, change the Image
Setting (see page 16).
3
NOTES:
• If you want to store the
pictures on the
CompactFlashTM memory card
(not included), insert the card
before taking pictures.
• Do not move while the
camera is taking the picture.
• If the display and the Battery
indicator blinks, there is not
enough battery power to take
the picture. Change the
batteries in this case.
• The total pictures taken will
appear in the display.
1
Look through the viewfinder
and position the camera on the
object you want to capture.
Press the Shutter button ❶; the
display will blink, the unit will
beep and the picture will be
taken.
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OPERATION
FEATURE SETTING MENUS
The MODE button is used to enter the Feature Setting menu; “FEA”
will appear in the display. Pressing the MODE button will cycle
through the Feature Setting menus as follows:
Image Setting ➔ Self Timer ➔ TV Format ➔ Delete All Images
Once in the Feature Setting menu, you can exit it by repeatedly
pressing the MODE button until “FEA” disappears from the screen,
or you can wait 10 seconds and it will automatically exit the Feature
Setting menu. See below and on the following pages for
descriptions of the Feature Setting menus.
IMAGE SETTING
The first menu in the Feature Setting menu is the Image Setting
menu. The higher the image setting quality, the larger the file size,
thus reducing the number of pictures you will be able to store into
the camera's memory.
1
Indicator
HIGH
1
2
Press the MODE button ❶ to
enter the Feature Setting menu;
“FEA” and the selected Image
Setting indicator will appear.
Press the SELECT/Flash button
❷ to cycle through the settings
as described at the right.
Resolution (Pixels)
1280 x 1024 (Low
Compression)
NORMAL
1280 x 1024 (High
Compression)
LOW
640 x 480
2X Dig. Zoom 640 x 480
Movie
160 x 120
NOTES:
• 2X Digital Zoom setting will take
pictures at a 2X zoom at 640x480.
• When Movie setting is selected, the
camera will capture movie clips in the
.mov format. See page 20.
• Internal memory will store 8
pictures in HIGH, 16 pictures in
NORMAL and 40 pictures in LOW
settings.
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USING THE SELF-TIMER
1
2
1
2
1
To turn your camera on, press
the POWER button ❶; the LCD
screen will turn on and two
beeps will be heard.
Press the MODE button ❶ twice
to enter the Self-Timer Feature
will blink in the
Setting menu;
display. Press the SELECT/
Flash button ❷ once;
will
appear.
3
4
1
2X
Press the Shutter button ❶ to
confirm the Self-Timer setting.
Position the camera as desired
and press the Shutter button ❶
again.
DIG
I TA L Z O O
M
The unit will beep continuously,
and the beeps will get faster as
the picture is closer to being
taken. The picture will then be
taken, and the beeps will stop.
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TV FORMAT
Select NTSC or PAL video format to correspond with your TV. To
set the TV format, follow the instructions below:
1
2
1
1
Press the SELECT/Flash button ❶ to
cycle between the modes to select
the desired mode. When the desired
mode (“PAL” or “NTSC”) appears in
the display, press the Shutter button
❷ to confirm the setting.
When the power is on, press
the MODE button ❶ three times
to enter the TV Format Feature
Setting menu; “PAL” or “NTSC”
will appear in the display.
3
2
2
1
To use the camera with your TV:
Connect the supplied video cable to the VIDEO OUT jack on your camera and
the other end to your TV. Make sure the TV’s video option is set to this jack
and turn the camera on. Your images will appear on the screen. Press the
SELECT (Next Image) ❶ or MODE (Previous) button ❷ to cycle through the
pictures. Press and hold the SELECT (Slide Show) button ❶ for at least one
second to activate the slide show. Press any button to stop the slide show.
WARNING: The TV out function draws a larger amount of current from the
batteries during its operation. Please be aware that usage of this feature
may cause your batteries to drain faster than at normal operation. It is
recommended that you be prepared in andvance and have spare batteries
available when planning to perform a slide show of your images on a TV set.
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DELETING THE PICTURES FROM THE MEMORY
When the camera’s internal memory and/or the inserted
CompactFlashTM memory card are full, it is time to delete the
pictures to free up storage space. It is recommended to transfer the
pictures to your computer before deleting.
1
2
1
1
Press the MODE button ❶ four
times to enter the Delete
Feature Setting menu; “ ” will
appear in the display.
To turn your camera on, press
the POWER button ❶; the LCD
screen will turn on and two
beeps will be heard.
3
1
Press and hold the
SELECT/Flash button ❶ until a
beep is heard and the display
reads “0”. All the pictures are
deleted.
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TAKING A MOVIE CLIP
1
2
1
1
2
To turn your camera on, press
the POWER button ❶; the LCD
screen will turn on and two
beeps will be heard.
Press the MODE button ❶ to
enter the Feature Setting
menu; “FEA” and the selected
Image Setting indicator will
appear. Repeatedly press the
SELECT/Flash button ❷ to
select the “ ” icon.
3
NOTES:
• When Movie setting is
selected, the camera will
capture movie clips in the
.mov format.
• If you want to store the movie
on the CompactFlashTM
memory card (not included),
insert the card before taking
movies.
• If the display and the battery
indicator blinks, there is not
enough battery power to take
the movie. Change the
batteries in this case.
1
Look through the viewfinder
and press and hold the Shutter
button ❶; the display will blink
and the camera will capture the
movie as long as the Shutter
button ❶ is held. Release the
button when done; the counter
will increase by one.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
SYMPTOM
POWER
Display not on.
PICTURES
Picture taken is
poor quality.
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
POSSIBLE
SOLUTION
Power is off.
Batteries dead or weak.
Batteries not installed
correctly.
Turn power on.
Replace batteries.
Install batteries correctly.
Poor lighting.
Take picture in better lighting and/or use the flash at
a reasonable distance.
Clean lens with a soft cloth. See
Care & Maintenance section.
Lens is dirty.
Subject too close.
Subject or camera
moved as picture was
taken.
Move subject further away.
Hold camera steady until
picture is taken.
Subject is too far away
for flash to have effect.
Move subject closer.
Image is blurred
when looking
through the
viewfinder.
Viewfinder is dirty.
Flash picture
taken is too light.
Subject is too close.
Clean the viewfinder with
a soft cloth or cotton swab.
See Care & Maintenance
section.
Move subject further away.
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SYMPTOM
Flash picture
taken is too dark.
Daylight picture
taken is too dark.
Can’t take
picture.
Flash did not
work.
Part of the picture is missing.
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
Subject is too far away.
Flash is not set to Auto.
The subject is in front of
bright light.
Memory is full.
POSSIBLE
SOLUTION
Move subject closer.
Turn Auto Flash on.
Change the subject’s
position.
Delete unwanted pictures
and continue shooting, or
download all pictures to
the PC and then delete all
pictures from camera
memory. Get a new
memory card.
Power is off.
Turn power on.
This is normal as your
There was sufficient
camera’s electronic light
light for the shot, flash
sensor is programmed to only
was not needed.
fire the flash when needed.
Turn Auto Flash on.
Auto Flash is not on.
The flash takes a short
Flash did not charge
time to charge up, this is
fully.
normal.
Batteries are dead.
Replace the batteries.
Something was blocking Keep hands, fingers, etc.
the lens.
away from the lens.
Image not centered
Make sure image is centwhen taking picture.
ered in the viewfinder.
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SYMPTOM
User not able to
load images to
the PC.
Batteries drain
too fast during
TV mode.
POSSIBLE
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Camera was connected Uninstall the software
to the PC BEFORE fully (Start➔Settings➔Control
installing the software.
Panel➔Add/Remove
Programs). Scroll down
the list of programs on the
"Install/Uninstall" tab and
select "My Digital
Camera". Click on the
"Add/Remove" button. A
confirmation screen will
pop up, click on "YES".
Reboot the computer.
Make sure the camera IS
NOT CONNECTED to the
computer and repeat the
software installation
routine as described on
page 7 of this guide.
The software was fully
Make sure to turn the PC
installed, but the
on BEFORE connecting
camera was connected the camera to the PC.
with the PC turned off.
Please see WARNING Please see WARNING on
on Page 18.
Page 18.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE LENS AND VIEWFINDER
Do not use cleaning solutions unless they are designed specifically
for camera lenses.
Do not wipe the camera lens or viewfinder with a chemically
treated eyeglass lens tissue as it may scratch them.
To clean:
1. Blow gently on the lens and/or viewfinder to remove dust and
dirt.
2. Breathe lightly on the lens and/or viewfinder to moisten them.
3. Wipe the lens and/or viewfinder gently with a soft, lint-free cloth
or an untreated lens-cleaning tissue.
FOR SOFTWARE TECHNICAL SUPPORT, PLEASE CONTACT:
IN EUROPE:
ArcSoft, Inc.
Unit 14, Shannon
Industrial Estate
Shannnon, Co. Clare,
Ireland
IN USA AND CANADA:
ArcSoft, Inc.
46601 Fremont Blvd.
Fremont, CA 94538
Monday – Friday
8:30AM - 5:30PM (PST)
Tel: 510-440-9901
Fax: 510-440-1270
E-Mail:
support@arcsoft.com
Web: www.arcsoft.com
www.photoisland.com
Tel: +353 (0) 61-702087
Fax: +353 (0) 61-702001
E- Mail:
europe@arcsoft.com
Web: www.arcsoft.com
www.photoisland.com
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Technical Support Hot Line:
Toll Free In the USA & Canada
1-866-522-6372
Toll Free In Europe
UK: 0800-169-6482
BELGIUM: 0800-787-57
FRANCE: 0800-917-599
GERMANY: 0800-1800-563
SPAIN: 900-973-195
ITALY: 800-781-883
All Other Countries - Toll
31-53-482-9779