CyberPower Systems 649532604258 Power Supply User Manual

KODAK DX3500 Digital Camera
User’s Guide
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Eastman Kodak Company
343 State Street
Rochester, New York 14650
© Eastman Kodak Company, 2001
Kodak is a trademark of Eastman Kodak Company.
P/N 6B5501
Product Overview
Front View
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2
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8
4
1 Shutter button
2 Flash unit
3 Self Timer light
4 Light sensor
5 Viewfinder lens
6 Lens with built-in cover
7 On / Off / Close-up switch
8 Video out / USB connector
Bottom View
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1
5
2
3
1 Dock & Go Cradle connector
2 Connector door (open)
3 Tripod mount socket
4 Eject button
(Picture Card)
5 Battery door
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Product Overview
Back View
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5
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1 Viewfinder
2 Mode dial
3 Shutter button
4 Picture Card door
5 Wrist strap post
6 LCD screen
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7 Select button
8 4-way arrow button
9 Menu button
10 Flash button
11 Viewfinder light
Table of Contents
1 Getting Started ...................................................................1
What Can I Do With My Camera?............................................1
What Can I Do With My Digital Pictures? ............................1
Camera Package Contents .....................................................2
Loading the Batteries ............................................................. 3
Inserting a Picture Card ......................................................... 4
Turning the Camera On and Off ............................................ 5
Automatic Powerdown Saves Batteries ........................... 6
Setting the Clock ...................................................................... 6
Checking the Battery Level .....................................................7
Mode Dial—Settings and Menus......................................... 8
Navigating Through The Menus............................................. 11
Checking Current Camera Status....................................... 12
Choosing Internal Memory or Picture Card......................13
2 Taking Pictures .................................................................15
Taking a Picture........................................................................ 15
Previewing Your Picture on the LCD ...................................16
Taking Close-up Pictures .......................................................16
Using the Digital Zoom ........................................................... 17
Using the Flash.........................................................................18
Putting Yourself in the Picture............................................19
Setting Picture Quality.........................................................20
Placing the Date on Pictures ............................................... 21
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Displaying the Picture Just Taken .................................... 22
3 Reviewing Your Pictures ............................................... 23
Viewing Pictures on the LCD ................................................23
Navigating Through the Pictures ....................................... 24
Magnifying Pictures ............................................................... 24
Deleting Pictures .................................................................... 25
Selecting Pictures for Automatic Printing..................... 25
Protecting Pictures From Deletion ................................... 27
Running a Slide Show............................................................. 27
Copying Pictures .....................................................................29
Viewing Picture Information .................................................30
4 Customizing Your Camera Settings .......................... 31
Adjusting LCD Screen Brightness...................................... 31
Setting Video Out ...................................................................32
Selecting a Language ............................................................33
Viewing Camera Information ................................................33
Formatting Memory or Picture Card ................................34
5 Installing the Software ................................................. 35
Install the Software...............................................................35
Software Included With Your Camera.............................. 36
Computer System Requirements ...................................... 37
6 Using Pictures on Your Computer ............................39
Before You Transfer Your Pictures ...................................39
Connecting to Your Computer ............................................39
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Transferring Your Pictures.................................................. 40
Working With Your Pictures...................................................41
Transferring Your Pictures Manually................................ 42
Printing Your Pictures .......................................................... 43
7 Using the KODAK Camera Dock ................................. 45
Camera Dock Package Contents ....................................... 45
Installing the Dock Insert.....................................................46
Connecting the Camera Dock..............................................46
Installing the Battery Pack in the Camera......................47
Docking the Camera................................................................47
Charging the Battery Pack.................................................. 48
Transferring Pictures ............................................................ 49
Using a Tripod.......................................................................... 49
8 Troubleshooting Problems ............................................ 51
Troubleshooting—Camera .....................................................51
Troubleshooting—Camera Dock ........................................60
9 Getting Help ....................................................................63
Software Help..........................................................................63
Kodak Online Services ...........................................................63
Kodak Fax Support ................................................................63
Telephone Customer Support .............................................64
10 Appendix .......................................................................... 67
DX3500 Camera Specifications........................................ 67
Camera Dock Specifications ...............................................69
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Original Factory Settings—Camera................................. 70
Using Your Batteries............................................................. 70
Tips, Safety, Maintenance .....................................................71
Camera Accessories .............................................................. 72
Picture Storage Capacities................................................. 73
Locating Pictures on a Picture Card ................................ 73
Picture File Naming Conventions........................................ 74
Regulatory Information ......................................................... 75
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Getting Started
Congratulations on your purchase of the KODAK DX3500 Digital Camera—the
camera that takes pictures without film and captures full detail with 2.2
Megapixel resolution.
What Can I Do With My Camera?
Capture
—in Still mode, enjoy easy point-and-shoot operation, using
either the camera’s 8 MB of internal memory or an optional removable Picture
Card. The internal memory is ideal as a safe place to keep special pictures.
Review
—in Review mode, display your pictures on the LCD screen, keep
only the ones you want, magnify, protect, run a slide show of all of the pictures
in your camera.
Set Up
—in Setup mode, customize your camera functions.
What Can I Do With My Digital Pictures?
Install the software that is included on the KODAK Picture Software CD, then:
Transfer—automatically transfer your pictures to your computer.
Share—e-mail your pictures to friends and family.
Print—print to your own home printer; make prints yourself at a KODAK
Picture Maker kiosk or take your Picture Card to your local photo retailer for
professional printing.
Have fun!—add special effects to your pictures, make a custom slide show,
fix red-eye, crop and rotate, and much more.
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Chapter 1
Camera Package Contents
The KODAK DX3500 Digital Camera is packaged with the following items.
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2
3
4
Camera with wrist strap
AA lithium batteries *
USB cable
1
Video cable
(for viewing pictures on a television)
5 Dock insert**
3
6 User’s Guide***, Quick Start Guide, and
4
Software CD (not shown)
NOTE: * Your camera may have been packaged with a KODAK Camera Dock. In
that case, the AA batteries are replaced with the KODAK Ni-MH
Rechargeable Battery Pack.
For details on using the KODAK Camera Dock, see page 45.
2*
5**
** The Dock insert is used to custom-fit your camera to the optional
KODAK accessory, the Camera Dock.
*** In some countries, the User’s Guide is provided on a CD instead of
in printed form.
A KODAK Camera Dock may also be purchased separately at your KODAK retail
dealer or by visiting our Web site at http://www.kodak.com/go/accessories.
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Chapter 1
Loading the Batteries
AA lithium batteries are included with your camera.*
To load the batteries:
1 Turn the camera off.
2 On the bottom of the camera, slide the
battery door in the direction of the arrow,
then lift to open.
+-
3 Insert the batteries as shown.
4 Close the battery door.
IMPORTANT BATTERY INFORMATION
See page 70 for the types of batteries you can use in your camera.
For acceptable battery life and to make sure your camera operates
dependably, do not use alkaline batteries.
NOTE: * Your camera may have been packaged with a KODAK Camera Dock. In
that case, the AA batteries are replaced with the KODAK Ni-MH
Rechargeable Battery Pack. For details on charging and loading the
Battery Pack, see page 47.
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Chapter 1
Inserting a Picture Card
Think of Picture Cards as removable and reusable film, or removable
computer memory. Picture Cards provide easy picture storage and transfer. See
page 73 for Picture Card storage capacities.
Card door
Raised lip
To insert a Picture Card:
1 Turn off the camera.
2 Slide the Card door in the direction of the
arrow on the door, then pivot open.
3 Hold the Picture Card so the connection end
is pointed into the camera and the raised lip
faces the back of the camera.
4 Slide the Card into the card slot, then push
to seat the connector. Close the door.
CAUTION:
The Picture Card can only be inserted one way into the
camera. Do not force the card. It may damage your camera.
Eject
button
To remove a Picture Card:
1 Turn off the camera.
2 Open the Picture Card door on the camera.
3 On the bottom of the camera, slide the Eject
button as illustrated and remove the Card.
CAUTION:
Do not insert or remove a Picture Card when the green
viewfinder light is blinking. Doing so may damage your
pictures, Picture Card, or camera.
Use only certified cards that carry the CompactFlash logo .
KODAK Picture Cards can be purchased separately on our Web site at
http://www.kodak.com/go/accessories.
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Chapter 1
Turning the Camera On and Off
1 To turn on the camera, slide the power
Viewfinder
light
Status bar
MENU
SELECT
switch to the On ( | ) or Close Up (
)
position.
The viewfinder light blinks green while the
camera performs a self-check. When the
viewfinder light glows steady green (and the
Mode dial is set to Still
) the camera is
ready to take pictures.
A screen message informs you which
storage location is being accessed: the
camera’s internal memory or a Picture
Card. See page 13 for storage location
information.
In Still mode, the status bar is briefly
displayed on the LCD.
2 To redisplay the status bar, press the right
arrow . Press again to turn it off.
See page 12 for an explanation of the status
bar icons.
3 To turn off the camera, slide the power
switch to the Off ( ) position.
NOTE: The camera safely completes any Save, Delete, or Copy operations that
are in process when the power is turned off.
Built-in Lens Cover
Your camera has a built-in sliding lens cover that protects the lens from dust
and scratches. The lens cover opens automatically whenever you turn on the
camera, and closes when you turn off the camera.
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Chapter 1
Automatic Powerdown Saves Batteries
The automatic powerdown features help extend battery life by turning off the
LCD or camera power when the camera has been inactive (no buttons pushed
and no pictures taken) for the given time period.
Powerdown
Feature
Sleep
Sleep, with
QuickView on
Deep Sleep
Auto Off
Activated Camera Behavior
after
1 minute LCD is turned off
5 seconds
To reactivate
camera
Press any button
8 minutes Most camera circuits off
3 hours All camera circuits off Turn the power switch
off, then back on.
Setting the Clock
It is important to set the correct date and time if you want to imprint the date
on your pictures (see page 21).
1 Turn on the camera and turn the Mode dial to Setup .
2 Highlight the Date/Time Set
menu,
then press the Select button.
The date format is YYYY/MM/DD. The time
is displayed in a 24-hour format.
3 Press the
arrow buttons to move
through the fields. Press the
arrow
buttons to adjust the date and time settings.
4 Press Select to accept the changes.
This setting remains until you change it.
NOTE: As a reminder to set the date and time, the Set Date & Time screen is
automatically displayed the first time you turn on the camera.
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Chapter 1
Checking the Battery Level
Check the battery power level before you begin taking pictures. Don’t miss an
important picture because the camera batteries are low or exhausted.
For guidelines on battery usage, see page 70.
1 Turn on the camera.
2 If a battery symbol appears in the LCD, the batteries are low or exhausted.
If no symbol appears, your battery is charged.
Low
—batteries soon need to be replaced or recharged.
Exhausted (blinking)
—batteries are too weak to power the
camera. Replace or recharge the batteries.
When the batteries are exhausted, the viewfinder light blinks red for five
seconds, then the camera turns off.
IMPORTANT BATTERY INFORMATION
For acceptable battery life and to make sure your camera operates
dependably, do not use alkaline batteries.
Limit the following activities that can shorten battery life:
m Using the LCD as the viewfinder (see page 16)
m Reviewing your pictures on the LCD (see page 23)
m Excessive use of the flash
NOTE: If you are using a KODAK Camera Dock, keep your camera docked
there for constant Battery Pack charging. For details on using the
Camera Dock, see page 45.
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Chapter 1
Mode Dial—Settings and Menus
Use the Mode dial to access three ways to use your camera:
Still
—take pictures and change
picture-taking options
Review
—view and work with your
pictures on the LCD screen
Setup
—customize your camera
functions
Mode dial
Still Menus
Use Still mode whenever you are taking pictures and to customize your picturetaking settings. For details on applying the menu options, refer to the page
number listed.
To access the Still mode menus:
1 Turn the Mode dial to Still .
2 Press the Menu button.
3 Use the
arrow buttons to scroll
through the menus and submenus.
4 Press the Select button.
Menu
Menu
Self Timer
(page 19)
Quality
(page 20)
Image Storage
(page 13)
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Date Stamp
(page 21)
QuickView
(page 22)
Chapter 1
Review Menus
Use the menus in Review mode to view and work with the pictures in your
camera. For details on applying the menu options, refer to the page number
listed.
To access the Review mode menus:
1 Turn the Mode dial to Review .
2 Press the Menu button.
3 Use the
arrow buttons to scroll
through the menus and submenus.
4 Press the Select button.
Menu
Menu
Magnify
(page 24)
Protect
(page 27)
Delete
(page 25)
Slide Show
(page 27)
Image Storage
(page 13)
Print Order
from Picture Card only
(page 25)
Copy
(page 29)
Picture Information
(page 30)
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Chapter 1
Setup Menus
Use the menus in Setup mode to customize your camera settings. For details on
applying the menu options, refer to the page number listed.
To access the Setup mode menus:
1 Turn the Mode dial to Setup .
The Setup menu screen is displayed on
the LCD.
2 Use the
arrow buttons to scroll
through the menus and submenus.
3 Press the Select button.
Menu
Menu
Display Brightness
(page 31)
Date/Time set
(page 6)
Video Out
(page 32)
Language
(page 33)
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Image Storage
(page 13)
About
(page 33)
Format
(page 34)
Chapter 1
Navigating Through The Menus
The method of moving through the menus and selecting options is the same in
all three of the camera modes.
Menu button
Menu name
MENU
SELECT
Additional selections
To navigate and select the menus and options:
arrow buttons to scroll
through the menus and submenu options.
An arrow displayed on the screen indicates
additional selections.
2 Press the Select button to display the
submenus for the highlighted menu, and to
accept a highlighted submenu option.
3
In Still and Review modes, press the Menu
Select button
button to turn off the menus.
Submenu display
MENU
SELECT
To display the menus on the LCD:
m In Still
and Review
modes, press
the Menu button to display the menus.
In Review mode, the menus are displayed
on the screen with a picture.
m In Setup
mode, the menus are
automatically displayed when you turn the
Mode dial to Setup.
The name of the selected menu is briefly
displayed in the top right corner of the
screen.
1 Use the
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Chapter 1
Checking Current Camera Status
In Still mode, press the
are active.
Status bar
Screen icons
button at any time to check which camera settings
1 Turn the Mode dial to Still
and turn on
the camera.
The current camera status icons are
briefly displayed on the LCD. If an icon is
not displayed, that camera feature is not
currently activated.
2 To display the status icons at any time while
in Still mode, press the
button.
3 Press again to turn off the icons.
Status Bar Icons
Best
Good
Close up Self timer Flash Quality
Pictures
remaining
Internal memory
Auto
Storage location setting
Screen Icons
Magnification
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Date stamp
Low battery
Exhausted battery
(blinking)
Chapter 1
Choosing Internal Memory or Picture Card
The KODAK DX3500 Digital Camera offers two storage options for taking and
storing pictures in the camera:
Internal Memory—take and store up to 50 pictures at Good Quality (16
pictures at Best Quality) in the camera’s 8 MB of internal memory. You always
have memory in the camera, even if you don’t have a Picture Card with you.
Picture Card—take and store as many pictures as you like, depending on the
size and number of cards you have. Optional KODAK Picture Cards can be
purchased separately on our Web site at http://www.kodak.com/go/
accessories. For Picture Card storage capacities, see page 73.
You can capture pictures on a Picture Card, then copy and save your favorites
into internal memory (see page 29).
Changing Your Storage Location Setting
Your storage location setting determines where your pictures are stored when
you take them and where the camera looks for them when you are in Review
mode.
Use the Image Storage menu, available in all three positions on the Mode dial,
to change the setting. See page 8 for how to access the Mode dial menus.
1 In any menu screen, highlight the Image Storage menu
.
2 Press the Select button.
3 Highlight the storage location you wish to
✔ = current setting
use, then press Select.
AUTO (default)—when the setting is Auto,
the camera uses the Picture Card if one is
installed in the camera. If no Picture Card is
installed, the camera uses internal memory.
INTERNAL MEMORY—when the setting is
Internal Memory, the camera always uses
internal memory, even if a Picture Card is
installed.
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Chapter 1
4 Select Continue (or Cancel to change your mind), then press Select again.
A message appears while the camera changes storage locations.
The setting remains in effect until you change it.
NOTE: No matter which mode you use to access the Image Storage menu, the
setting applies to all camera functions—saving pictures as you take
them, and reviewing and working with the pictures that are stored in the
camera.
Checking Your Storage Setting
In Still mode, the storage location icon that is displayed in the status bar
indicates the camera’s storage location setting.
Storage
location setting
1 Turn the Mode dial to Still .
2 Press the button and check the storage
location icon in the status bar.
—AUTO
—INTERNAL MEMORY
Checking Your Picture’s Location
In Review mode, the storage location icon that is displayed with a picture
indicates the location of the picture, not the camera setting.
Picture location
m Turn the Mode dial to Review .
m The storage location icon indicates the
specific location of the picture.
— picture is stored on a Picture Card
—picture is stored in internal memory
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Taking Pictures
Use the Still setting
on the Mode dial whenever you
take pictures or wish to customize your picture-taking
settings. Before you take a picture, make sure your picture
storage location is set the way you want it (page 13).
Taking a Picture
1 Turn the Mode dial to Still .
2 Frame your subject. Use the viewfinder, or
Viewfinder
light
turn on Preview (page 16) and use the LCD
screen.
3 Press the Shutter button half-way to set the
exposure.
4 Continue pressing the Shutter button
completely down to take the picture.
The viewfinder light blinks green while
the picture is being saved.
The viewfinder light blinks yellow when
the flash is recharging. If necessary, wait
for the flash to charge before taking the
next picture.
CAUTION:
Do not insert or remove a Picture Card when the green
viewfinder light is blinking. Doing so may damage your
pictures, Picture Card, or camera.
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Chapter 2
Previewing Your Picture on the LCD
When the Preview feature is on, a live image is displayed on the LCD. Use the
LCD instead of the viewfinder to frame your subject.
NOTE: Preview is required when you are using the Digital Zoom (page 17)
feature.
To turn on Preview:
1 Turn the Mode dial to Still , then press Select.
The LCD displays a live image and the status bar.
2 To take a picture in Preview, center your
MENU
SELECT
subject on the LCD and press the Shutter
button completely down.
3 To display the last picture taken in this
session, press .
4 To turn off Preview, press Select again.
Live image
Taking Close-up Pictures
Use the Close-up setting to gain sharpness and detail in pictures at close range,
from 9 to 12 inches (22 to 30cm) from your subject.
1 Set the power switch to Close-up
.
The camera automatically enters Preview
and a live image is displayed on the LCD.
2 Frame your subject in the LCD and press the
Shutter button completely down to take a
picture.
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Chapter 2
Using the Digital Zoom
The Digital Zoom feature provides up to 3X magnification of your pictures. You
may notice a decrease in printed image quality when using Digital Zoom.
1 Make sure the Mode dial is set to Still
,
then press the Select button to turn on
Preview.
Use the LCD to frame your subject.
2 Press the
arrow button to begin
zooming.
Keep the button pressed down for
continuous magnification, or release it at
any point.
The LCD displays the zoomed image and
the magnification level as it changes.
3 Release the button and take the picture.
4 Press the
arrow button to zoom out
and turn off Digital Zoom.
NOTE: Digital Zoom is automatically turned off when the camera state changes
(when you turn off Preview, move the Mode dial position, turn the
camera off, or when the camera enters Sleep mode).
MENU
SELECT
MENU
SELECT
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Chapter 2
Using the Flash
When you take pictures at night, indoors, or outdoors in heavy shadows, your
pictures need flash. The camera flash is effective when you are 2.5 to 7.5 feet
(0.75 to 2.3 m) from your subject.
MENU
Press the
button repeatedly to scroll
through the flash options.
The flash icon that is displayed on the LCD
Status Bar (page 12) is the active option.
SELECT
Auto Flash—flash fires when the lighting conditions require it.
Off—flash never fires.
Fill—flash fires every time you take a picture, regardless of the
lighting conditions.
Red-eye—flash fires once so the subject’s eyes become
accustomed to the flash, then fires again when the picture is
taken. Ideal for pictures of people. The Red-eye option remains
in effect until you change it.
NOTE: All flash options revert to Auto when the camera is turned off, except
Red-eye.
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Chapter 2
Putting Yourself in the Picture
The Self Timer creates a 10-second delay between the time you press the
Shutter button and the time the picture is taken. This setting is ideal when you
want to include yourself in the picture.
Turn on the Self Timer:
1 Turn the Mode dial to Still , then press
the Menu button.
2 Highlight the Self Timer menu
, then
press the Select button.
3 Highlight the On option, then press the
Select button.
4 Press the Menu button to turn off the menu
screen.
Take the picture:
1 Place the camera on a flat steady surface, or
use a tripod.
2 Compose the picture, then press the Shutter
button all the way down.
The LCD turns off. The red Self Timer
light, located on the front of the camera,
Self Timer light
turns on for 8 seconds, then blinks for 2
seconds until the picture is taken.
The Self Timer feature turns off after you take the picture.
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Chapter 2
Setting Picture Quality
Use the Quality setting to select a picture resolution.
To change the Quality setting:
1 Turn the Mode dial to Still , then press the Menu button.
2 Highlight the Quality menu
, then press the Select button.
3 Highlight the Quality setting you want to use.
Best (1800 x 1200)—for more detailed
images and larger print sizes. Produces
higher picture resolution and larger file
sizes (1800 x 1200 pixels).
When Best Quality is set, two stars are
displayed in the LCD status bar.
Good (900 x 600)—for smaller print
sizes, for e-mailing, or screen display.
Pictures are lower resolution and file sizes
are smaller (900 x 600 pixels), good for
conserving space in internal memory or on
the Picture Card.
When Good Quality is set, one star is
displayed in the LCD status bar.
4 Press Select.
5 Press the Menu button to turn off the menu
screen.
This setting remains until you change it.
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Chapter 2
Placing the Date on Pictures
Use the Date Stamp setting to imprint the date on your pictures.
This setting is ideal when you wish to record when a picture was taken; for
example, for a birthday or an insurance claim.
1 Make sure the camera clock is set to the correct date (page 6).
2 Turn the Mode dial to Still , then press the Menu button.
3 Highlight the Date Stamp menu
, then press the Select button.
4 Highlight the date stamp option you wish to
use:
Off—turns Date Stamp off
Highlight one of the date formats to turn
Date Stamp on (the example date is
October 15, 2001):
yyyy/mm/dd (2001/10/15)
mm/dd/yyyy (10/15/2001)
dd/mm/yyyy (15/10/2001)
5 Press Select.
6 Press the Menu button to turn off the menu
screen.
The current date will now be printed in the bottom right corner of pictures you
take while Date Stamp is on.
This setting remains until you change it.
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Chapter 2
Displaying the Picture Just Taken
The QuickView feature displays each picture on the LCD immediately after you
take it. While the picture is displayed, you have the opportunity to delete it.
Save space in internal memory or on your Picture Card by keeping only the
pictures you like.
Turn on QuickView:
1 Turn the Mode dial to Still , then press the Menu button.
2 Highlight the QuickView menu
, then press the Select button.
3 Highlight the On option, then press the Select button.
4 Press the Menu button to turn off the menu screen.
MENU
SELECT
Take a Picture:
Press the Shutter button all the way down to
take a picture.
The picture is briefly displayed in the LCD
with the
icon.
If the automatic display disappears, bring it
back by pressing the
arrow button.
Delete the Picture Just Taken:
1 To delete the picture while it is displayed,
press the
arrow button.
The Delete Picture? screen appears.
2 Highlight Yes, then press Select.
The picture is deleted from the camera.
NOTE: When you are using Preview to take pictures (see page 16), QuickView
is always active, even if you have turned it off.
MENU
SELECT
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Reviewing Your Pictures
Use the Review setting
on the Mode dial to display and work with the
pictures that are stored in your camera’s internal memory or on a Picture Card.
Viewing Pictures on the LCD
m Turn the Mode dial to Review
.
The camera accesses either the internal
memory or the Picture Card (page 13)
and displays the last picture that was
taken or reviewed from that location.
m To exit Review mode, turn the Mode dial to
Still
or Setup
.
The icons displayed with the picture indicate the features that have been
applied to the picture, as follows:
Index
print
Print
order
Date Imprint
Protect
Frame
number
Low battery
Internal memory
Picture Card
Picture Location
Exhausted battery (blinking)
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Chapter 3
Navigating Through the Pictures
1 Use the
MENU
SELECT
arrow buttons to scroll
forward or backward through the pictures.
2 To move through the pictures one at a time,
press and release an arrow button.
3 For fast scrolling through the pictures,
press and hold an arrow button. When you
release the button, the new current picture
is displayed on the LCD.
Magnifying Pictures
Use the Magnify feature to zoom in to two times magnification and navigate to
different areas of the picture. This feature is ideal for checking detail on your
pictures.
1 Turn the Mode dial to Review
and press
the Menu button.
2 Highlight the Magnify menu
, then
press the Select button.
The picture is displayed at two times
magnification and the menus disappear.
3 Use the arrow buttons
to
navigate to different parts of the picture.
4 Press Select to redisplay the picture at the
original size.
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Chapter 3
Deleting Pictures
Use the Delete feature to quickly delete one or all pictures from the camera’s
internal memory or the Picture Card.
1 Turn the Mode dial to Review
and press the Menu button.
2 Highlight the Delete menu
, then press the Select button.
3 Highlight the delete option you want to use:
PICTURE—deletes the displayed picture,
then displays the next available picture.
EXIT—returns you to the Review menus.
ALL—deletes all of the pictures in internal
memory or on the Picture Card, depending
on your storage location setting.
4 Press the Select button and follow the on-screen directions to delete the
pictures.
NOTE: Protected pictures cannot be deleted, remove protection before deleting
(page 27).
Selecting Pictures for Automatic Printing
Use the Print Order feature to select specific pictures on a Picture Card for
automatic printing. When you insert the Picture Card into a KODAK Personal
Picture Maker, or most printers equipped with a card reader, the selected
pictures are automatically printed.
NOTE: Print Order is available only for the pictures stored on a Picture Card. It
is not available for pictures stored in the camera’s internal memory.
Creating a Print Order
1 Turn the Mode dial to Review
and press the Menu button.
2 Highlight the Print Order menu
, then press the Select button.
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3 Highlight the Print Order option you want to
use:
CANCEL PRINT ORDER—cancels the
entire print order from the Picture Card.
INDEX PRINT—orders a contact sheet
containing a thumbnail print of each picture
on the Picture Card.
CURRENT PICTURE—selects the
currently displayed picture for printing.
EXIT—returns you to the menu screen.
ALL PICTURES—selects all of the pictures
on the Picture Card for printing.
4 Press Select and follow the on-screen directions to complete your order.
If the # Copies message appears, press a
button to select the
number of copies you want (0-99). The number zero cancels the order
for that picture.
The Print Order icon
now appears in the LCD with the ordered pictures.
Printing Your Order
Insert the Picture Card that contains the Print Order into the KODAK Personal
Picture Maker, or other direct-print-enabled printer. Refer to the User’s Guide
that was provided with your printer for further directions on how to
automatically print your order.
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Protecting Pictures From Deletion
Use the Protect feature to prevent specific pictures from being accidentally
deleted from the internal memory or from the Picture Card. A protected
picture cannot be deleted.
To protect a picture:
1 Turn the Mode dial to Review
and display the picture you wish to
protect.
2 Press the Menu button.
3 Highlight the Protect
menu, then press the Select button.
The picture is protected and cannot be deleted. The Protect icon
appears with the protected picture whenever it is displayed.
NOTE: Formatting deletes protected pictures (see page 34).
4 To remove picture protection, press Select again.
Running a Slide Show
Use the Slide Show feature to sequentially display your pictures on the camera
LCD or on a television screen (or any other external video device that is
equipped with a video input, such as a computer monitor or digital projector).
If you are running the slide show on a
television:
m First connect the video cable (included with
your camera) from the video-out port on
Video-out
the camera to the video-in port on your
television.
Refer to your television User’s Guide for
details on video-in setup.
The camera LCD turns off and the television screen acts as the camera
display.
m Proceed with the next section, Starting the Slide Show.
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Starting the Slide Show
1 Turn the Mode dial to Review
and press the Menu button.
2 Highlight the Slide Show menu
, then press the Select button.
3 Highlight Begin Show, then press Select.
The pictures in the camera (from
internal memory or Picture Card,
depending on your picture storage
location) are each displayed once, in the
order in which you took them. Then the
camera returns to the Menu screen.
4 To cancel the Slide Show, press Select.
NOTE: If you connect or disconnect the video cable while a slide show is
running, the slide show stops. When you restart it, by selecting Begin
Show, it begins again with the first picture in your camera.
Changing the Display Interval
The factory interval setting displays each picture for 5 seconds. You can
increase the display interval to up to 60 seconds.
1 On the Slide Show screen, highlight Interval, then press Select.
2 Select how long you wish to display each picture (5-60 seconds).
To scroll through the seconds menu faster, hold an arrow button
down.
3 Press the Select button.
The interval setting remains until you change it.
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Copying Pictures
The Copy feature allows you to copy pictures between a Picture Card and the
camera’s internal memory. You can capture pictures on a Picture Card, then
copy and save your favorites into internal memory.
Or, you may wish to copy pictures to a Picture Card for portability: for viewing
on a different computer, or for printing at your local photo retailer.
Before You Copy
Before you copy files, make sure that:
m you have a Picture Card inserted in the camera.
m the camera’s picture storage location is set to the location you are copying
from. See Choosing Internal Memory or Picture Card, page 13.
Copying Pictures
1 Turn the Mode dial to Review
and press the Menu button.
2 Highlight the Copy menu
, then press the Select button.
3 Highlight the Copy option you wish to use:
PICTURE—copies the current picture.
EXIT—returns you to the Copy screen.
ALL—copies all of the pictures from your
selected storage location to the other
location.
4 Press the Select button.
A progress bar monitors the copy process, then disappears when the
pictures are copied. For information on picture numbering after a copy,
see page 75.
NOTE: Pictures are copied, not moved. If you wish to remove the pictures from
the original location after they are copied, delete them manually (see
page 25).
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Viewing Picture Information
Use the Picture Info feature to display information about each picture stored in
your camera.
1 Turn the Mode dial to Review
and press
the Menu button.
2 Highlight the Picture Info menu
,
then press the Select button.
The information about the displayed
picture is view-only and includes: file
name, location of the file (Directory),
date and time the picture was taken, and
the picture’s quality setting.
3 Press the
arrow buttons to display the previous/next picture, with
that picture’s information.
4 To exit Picture Info, press the Select button.
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Customizing Your Camera
Settings
Use Setup
on the Mode dial to customize the camera
settings according to your personal preferences.
Adjusting LCD Screen Brightness
You can adjust the LCD screen brightness to make the display easier to see.
1 Turn the Mode dial to Setup
.
2 Highlight the Display Brightness
menu, then press the Select button.
3 Use the
arrow buttons to scroll
through the brightness settings.
The available brightness settings are -2.0
(black screen) to +2.0 (white screen), in
0.5 increments. The camera default is 0.0.
The screen previews the changes as you
scroll through the settings.
4 Press Select.
The highlighted setting is applied and you
are returned to the Setup menu screen.
This setting remains until you change it.
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Setting Video Out
The Video Out feature allows you to match the camera’s video signal to the
standard that applies in your geographical location. Video Out must be set
correctly to run a slide show on a television or other external device.
1 Turn the Mode dial to Setup .
2 Highlight the Video Out
menu, then press the Select button.
3 Highlight the Video Out option:
NTSC—standard used in most countries
except Europe. The United States and Japan
use NTSC.
PAL—standard used in European
countries.
4 Press the Select button to accept the change
and return to the Setup menu screen.
This setting remains until you change it.
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Selecting a Language
The Language feature allows you to display the menus and screen messages in
different languages.
1 Turn the Mode dial to Setup .
2 Highlight the Language
menu, then press the Select button.
3 Highlight the language you want to use.
4 Press Select to accept the changes and
return to the Setup menu.
The screen text is displayed in the selected
language.
This setting remains until you change it.
Viewing Camera Information
The About this Camera feature displays information that is especially helpful if
you need to call for service on your camera.
1 Turn the Mode dial to Setup .
2 Highlight the About
menu, then press
the Select button.
The camera information is view-only and
includes the camera model and the
current firmware version.
3 To exit About, press the Select button.
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Formatting Memory or Picture Card
You may need to format the camera’s internal memory if it becomes corrupted.
You may need to format a Picture Card if it becomes corrupted or if it was used
in a different camera. When formatting is necessary, an error message appears
on the LCD screen. See page 58 for error messages.
CAUTION:
Formatting erases everything, even protected pictures,
from the internal memory or Picture Card. Removing the
Picture Card during formatting may damage the card.
1 Turn the Mode dial to Setup .
2 Highlight the Format
menu, then press the Select button.
3 Highlight the Format option you want to use:
FORMAT CARD—erases all of the
information on the Picture Card and
reformats the card for use in the camera.
CANCEL FORMAT—exits without making a
change.
FORMAT MEMORY—erases all of the
information in the camera’s internal
memory and reformats the memory.
4 Press the Select button.
5 Highlight Continue Format, then press the
Select button.
6 When the formatting is complete, the Setup
menu is automatically redisplayed.
NOTE: Once formatting begins, it is completed
even if you turn off the camera or change
the Mode dial position.
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Installing the Software
Make sure that you install the software from the KODAK Picture Software CD
before you transfer pictures from your camera to the computer.
Install the Software
1 Before you begin, close all software applications running on your
computer.
2 Place the KODAK Picture Software CD into the CD-ROM drive.
3 Load the software:
On a WINDOWS-based computer—usually, the first install window
automatically appears. If it does not, choose Run from the Start menu and
type the drive letter that contains the CD followed by \setup.exe. For
example: d:\setup.exe
On a MACINTOSH computer—click Continue on the install window that
automatically appears.
4 Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software. If prompted,
restart the computer when the installation is complete.
To install all applications on the CD, select Typical when prompted.
To choose the applications you wish to install, select Custom when
prompted. See page 36 for a description of the applications that are
included on the CD.
NOTE: Take a few minutes to electronically register your camera and software
when you are prompted to do so. This allows you to receive information
regarding software updates, and registers some of the products
included with the camera.
You must be connected to your Internet service provider to register
electronically.
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Software Included With Your Camera
The KODAK Picture Software CD contains the following applications that let you
access, transfer, and have fun with your digital pictures.
For detailed information on using the applications, refer to the online help
supplied with each application.
KODAK Picture Transfer Software
Automatically transfer your pictures from the camera to the computer, organize
and rename your picture files if you wish. See page 40 for more information.
KODAK Picture Software
After you have transferred your pictures to your computer, use KODAK Picture
Software to:
m View and share your pictures.
m Add special effects, make a custom slide show, fix red-eye, crop and rotate,
and much more.
m E-mail your pictures to friends and family.
See page 41 for more information.
KODAK Camera Connection Software
KODAK Camera Connection Software displays the camera as a removable drive
on your desktop. Access the pictures in your camera as you would the contents
of any removable drive to transfer, copy, move, rename, or delete the pictures.
For more information, see Transferring Your Pictures Manually on page 42.
QUICKTIME Software
QUICKTIME allows you to play back the portable slide show (KODAK Picture
Road Show) that you create in KODAK Picture Software. For more information,
refer to the QUICKTIME online help.
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Computer System Requirements
For acceptable picture transfer and editing, we recommend the following
minimum requirements:
WINDOWS-Based System Requirements
m Personal computer designed for WINDOWS 98, 98SE, ME, or 2000
m Available USB port
m Personal computer with CD-ROM drive, minimum Pentium 200 MHz
microprocessor
m Color display monitor with a minimum resolution of 640 x 480
(1024 x 768 preferred) and 256 colors: High Color (16-bit) or True Color
(24-bit) recommended
m 32 MB of available RAM; 70 MB of available hard disk space
MACINTOSH System Requirements
m Operating system 8.6, 9.0x, 9.1
m Available USB port or CompactFlash card reader
m PowerPC-based MACINTOSH computer, with CD-ROM drive
m Color display monitor with a minimum resolution of 640 x 480 (1024 x
768 preferred) and 256 colors (Thousands or Millions recommended)
m 64 MB of available RAM; 100 MB of available hard disk space
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6
Using Pictures on Your
Computer
Transfer your pictures to your computer and see the power of digital imaging at
your fingertips.
Before You Transfer Your Pictures
Before you transfer your pictures from the camera to the computer, make sure
you have installed the software from the KODAK Picture Software CD (page
35).
Connecting to Your Computer
You can transfer your pictures from your camera to your computer using
either the provided USB cable or the KODAK Camera Dock.
Connecting With the USB Cable
1 Turn off the camera.
2 Plug the labeled ( ) end of the USB cable
into the labeled USB port on your computer.
If the port is not labeled, see your computer
User’s Guide.
3 Plug the other end of the USB cable into the
labeled USB port on the camera.
4 Turn on the camera.
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Connecting With the KODAK Camera Dock
1 Open the connection door on the bottom of
the camera.
2 Place the camera in the Camera Dock.
3 Push the Connect button.
For more information, see Chapter 7, Using the
KODAK Camera Dock.
NOTE: You can also use a KODAK USB Picture Card Reader to transfer your
pictures. See your KODAK retail dealer or visit our Web site at http://
www.kodak.com/go/accessories.
Transferring Your Pictures
KODAK Picture Transfer Software automatically opens on your computer when
you have connected as shown in the previous section, Connecting to Your
Computer.
Transferring on a WINDOWS-based Computer
m Click Transfer Now
to transfer your pictures to the computer.
Your pictures are transferred to the following default location on your
computer: C:\Kodak Pictures.
m Click Setup
before you click Transfer Now if you wish to change
the default options for transferring pictures.
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Transferring on a MACINTOSH Computer
m Select the Automatic Transfer radio button, then click Transfer.
Automatic Transfer copies all of the pictures from the picture storage
location to your computer, using the current settings.
m Or, select the Guided Transfer radio button, then click Transfer.
Guided Transfer lets you review each picture, give it a name, and select
a destination folder on your computer.
KODAK Picture Transfer Software Online Help
If you do not want Picture Transfer Software and Picture Software to start
automatically, you can bypass the auto start feature. For this and other detailed
information on using Picture Transfer Software, refer to the online help:
On a WINDOWS-based computer—right-click the Picture Transfer icon on
the taskbar, then select Learn more about this application.
On a MACINTOSH computer—click the Help icon (?) in the application
window.
Working With Your Pictures
When your pictures are transferred, Picture Transfer Software closes and
KODAK Picture Software opens.
In the KODAK Picture Software window, click the thumbnail of the picture
you’d like to work with. The picture appears in the main window.
Click the online help button (?) for details on
how to do the following with your pictures:
m add special effects, make a custom slide
show, fix red-eye, crop and rotate
m e-mail to family and friends
m print to your personal printer
Edit
Click
Online help
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Transferring Your Pictures Manually
KODAK Camera Connection Software lets you directly access the pictures in
your camera and allows you to: display and browse thumbnails of your
pictures, copy all or selected pictures to your computer, open a picture directly
in third-party applications, delete pictures from a storage location, format the
camera internal memory or Picture Card, and view information on a selected
picture.
Connect your camera to the computer (page 39) and access your pictures as
follows:
On a WINDOWS-based Computer
m When you connect your camera to the computer (page 39), the camera
appears in the My Computer window as a removable drive icon.
m Double-click the camera icon in the My Computer window.
m The Camera window opens and displays the camera internal memory and
Picture Card as subfolders.
On a MACINTOSH Computer
m The camera internal memory and Picture Card are displayed as separate
icons on the desktop.
m If the icons are not displayed, turn off the camera and then turn it back on.
See page 74 for information on picture names and locations.
KODAK Camera Connection Software Online Help
For detailed information on using Camera Connection Software, refer to the
online help:
On a WINDOWS computer—right-click the camera icon in the My
Computer window, then select Camera Help.
On a MACINTOSH system—on the Finder menu bar, choose Camera →
Camera Help.
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Printing Your Pictures
Choose your favorite method to enjoy long-lasting prints of your digital
pictures.
From KODAK Picture Software
m Print to your home printer with KODAK Premium Picture Paper.
From a Picture Card
m Use the Print Order feature (page 25) to automatically print from a Picture
Card directly to a KODAK Personal Picture Maker or other direct-printenabled printer.
m Take your Picture Card to your local photo retailer for printing.
m Make your own prints at any KODAK Picture Maker kiosk.
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Using the KODAK Camera
Dock
The KODAK Camera Dock makes it easier than ever to transfer your pictures to
the computer. In addition, the Camera Dock is a rapid battery charger for the
included Rechargeable Battery Pack, and supplies power to the camera.
To keep the Battery Pack charged and the camera always ready to take
pictures, store your camera in the Camera Dock whenever you are not using it.
NOTE: A Dock insert, packaged with all KODAK DX-series cameras, is required
to custom-fit your camera into the Camera Dock. Make sure you
received an insert with your camera.
If a Camera Dock was not included with your camera, you can purchase one as
an accessory. See your KODAK retail dealer or visit our Web site at http://
www.kodak.com/go/accessories.
Camera Dock Package Contents
The Camera Dock is packaged with the following items.
1 Camera Dock
2 AC power adapter
2
3
1
Some adapters may be different from the
one pictured.
3 KODAK Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery Pack
4 Quick Start Guide (not shown)
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Installing the Dock Insert
KODAK DX-series cameras are packaged with a Dock insert, which is used to
custom-fit the camera to the Camera Dock.
1 Place the front tabs on the insert into the
slots in the Camera Dock cavity.
2 Fit the insert down into the cavity and snap
the insert into place.
Connecting the Camera Dock
Connect the Camera Dock to your computer and to an external power source.
You will need the USB cable that is included with your camera, and the AC
adapter that is included with the Camera Dock.
1 Plug the labeled ( ) end of the USB cable
into the labeled USB port on your computer.
If the computer port is not labeled, see your
computer User’s Guide.
1
2 Plug the other end of the USB cable into the
labeled USB connector on the back of the
2
Camera Dock.
3 Plug the AC adapter into the back of the
3
Camera Dock and into a power outlet.
Do not connect to the computer if the camera is in the Camera Dock.
Some AC adapters may look different from the one pictured, or may be
supplied with additional plugs. Use the plug that accommodates your type of
power outlet.
Leave the Camera Dock connected to the computer for easy access for
transferring pictures, charging the Battery Pack, and providing power to the
camera.
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Installing the Battery Pack in the Camera
1 Open the battery door on the bottom of the
camera.
2 Install the Battery Pack in the direction of
the arrows, as illustrated.
CAUTION:
d
Ko
ak
The Battery Pack can only be
inserted into the camera in the
orientation shown. If the
Battery Pack does not easily
install, reposition it and try
again. DO NOT FORCE IT. Doing
so can damage your camera.
3 Close the battery door.
NOTE: The batteries in the Battery Pack are not charged when you receive it.
See page 48 for charging instructions.
Docking the Camera
When you are ready to transfer your pictures from the camera to the computer,
or charge the Battery Pack, connect the camera to the Camera Dock by placing
(docking) the camera in the Camera Dock.
Door
open
1 Turn off the camera.
2 On the camera bottom, slide the dock
connection door until it clicks open.
Tripod
socket
Connector
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3 Place the camera in the Camera Dock;
insert the locator pin into the camera tripod
socket and push down to seat the
connector.
Connector
The Camera Dock light glows green
when the connectors are properly
seated. The camera is now powered by
Light
the Camera Dock instead of the camera
batteries.
NOTE: If the Battery Pack in the camera requires charging, the Camera Dock
light turns red after a few seconds and charging begins.
Locator
pin
Charging the Battery Pack
The batteries in the Battery Pack are not charged when you receive it.
1 Turn off the camera.
2 Make sure the Battery Pack is installed in the camera.
3 Place the camera in the Camera Dock (see page 47).
m Charging begins after a few seconds.
m The Camera Dock light glows red while charging, then glows green
when the Battery Pack is fully charged.
m Full charging takes about 2.5 hours. After the Battery Pack is fully
charged, leave the camera in the Camera Dock. It continually senses
battery power and resumes charging whenever necessary. Under these
conditions, there is no red light while charging.
m Charging stops if you turn on the camera. If the camera is left in the
Camera Dock with the power on, charging resumes when the camera
enters Deep Sleep mode (see page 6).
NOTE: The Camera Dock only charges the provided Battery Pack. If you place
the camera in the Camera Dock with any other type of batteries,
rechargable or not, no charging takes place.
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Transferring Pictures
To transfer pictures from your camera to your computer:
Connect
1 Place the camera in the Camera Dock.
2 Push the Connect button.
m The Camera Dock light blinks green
while the connection to the computer is
active.
m KODAK Picture Transfer Software
automatically opens on your computer
and your pictures are transferred.
m Then, KODAK Picture Software opens
so you can work with your pictures on
your computer. For further details, see
Chapter 6, Using Pictures on Your
Computer.
NOTE: When your pictures are transferred, leave the camera in the Camera
Dock. 8 minutes after the transfer is complete, the Dock & Go begins to
monitor battery power and then begins charging whenever necessary.
Using a Tripod
For stability when using a tripod, remove the camera from the Camera Dock
and connect the tripod directly to the camera tripod socket, rather than
through the Camera Dock.
The camera tripod socket is located on the bottom of the camera.
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Troubleshooting Problems
There may be times when you have questions about using your KODAK camera
or Camera Dock. This chapter help you find the answers quickly.
Additional technical information is available in the ReadMe file located on the
KODAK Picture Software CD. For updates to Troubleshooting information, visit
our Web site at http://www.kodak.com.
Troubleshooting—Camera
Picture Card
Problem
The camera does not
recognize your
Picture Card.
Cause
The Picture Card
may not be
CompactFlash
certified.
The Picture Card
may be corrupt.
Solution
Purchase a certified
CompactFlash Picture Card
(page 4).
Reformat the Picture Card
(page 34).
Caution: Formatting erases all
pictures from the card.
No Picture Card is Insert a Picture Card.
inserted in
camera.
Camera freezes up Camera detects an Turn the camera off, then back
when a Picture Card error when the
on.
is inserted or
Picture Card was Make sure the camera is off when
removed.
inserted or
inserting or removing a Picture
removed.
Card.
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Camera Communications
Problem
Cause
The computer
There is a problem with
cannot
the configuration of the
communicate with USB port on your
the camera.
computer.
Solution
See the following file on the
KODAK Picture Software CD:
USB.html
Or, go to www.kodak.com
and click Service and
Support.
Camera power is off.
Turn on the camera
(page 5).
Some Advanced Power See the Power Management
Management utilities on section of your laptop user’s
laptops can turn off
guide to disable this feature.
ports to save battery life.
USB cable is not
Connect cable to camera and
securely connected.
computer ports (page 39).
Software is not installed. Install the software
(page 35).
There are too many
Disconnect your camera
applications running on from the computer. Close all
your computer.
software applications,
reconnect your camera and
try again.
The Battery Monitor or Close that software before
similar software runs starting the KODAK Software.
constantly.
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Camera
Problem
Cause
Shutter button does Camera is not turned on.
not work.
The camera is
processing a picture, the
viewfinder light is
blinking.
The Picture Card or
internal memory is full.
Solution
Turn on the camera
(page 5).
Wait until the light stops
blinking before attempting
to take another picture.
Transfer pictures to your
computer (page 40), delete
pictures from the camera
(page 25), switch storage
locations (page 13), or
insert a card with available
memory.
Part of the picture Something was blocking Keep hands, fingers, or other
is missing.
the lens when the
objects away from the lens
picture was taken.
when taking pictures.
Your eye or the picture Leave space around subject
was not centered
when centering picture in
correctly in the
viewfinder.
viewfinder.
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Camera
Problem
In Review mode,
you do not see a
picture on the LCD
or do not see the
picture you
expected.
Picture is too dark.
Cause
Solution
The camera may not be Check the picture storage
accessing the correct
location setting (page 13).
storage location.
Flash is not on or did not
function.
The subject is too far
away for the flash to have
an effect.
The subject is in front of
a bright light (backlit).
Turn on the flash (page 18).
Move so there is no more
than 7.5 ft (2.3 m) between
the camera and the subject.
Change your position so the
light is not behind the
subject.
Camera does not Battery is not properly Remove and reinstall the
turn on.
installed.
batteries (page 3).
Battery is not charged. Replace or recharge the
batteries (page 3).
Camera freezes up Camera detects an error Turn the camera off, then
when a Picture
when the Picture Card back on. Make sure the
Card is inserted or was inserted or
camera is turned off before
removed.
removed.
inserting or removing a
Picture Card.
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Camera
Problem
Cause
Solution
Picture is too light. The flash is not needed. Change to Auto flash
(page 18).
The subject is too close Move so there is at least 2.5
when the flash was used. ft (0.75 m) between the
camera and the subject.
The light sensor is
Hold the camera so your
covered.
hands or other objects do
not cover the light sensor.
Stored pictures are The Picture Card was
Make sure the Picture Card
damaged.
removed when the
access light is not blinking
viewfinder light was
before removing the card.
blinking.
Pictures remaining Picture does not take up The camera is operating
number does not sufficient space to
normally. Continue taking
decrease after
decrease the picture
pictures.
taking a picture. remaining number.
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Camera
Problem
Cause
Picture is not clear. The lens is dirty.
Subject too close when
taking picture.
Solution
Clean the lens (page 71).
Move so there is at least 2.5
ft (0.75 m) between the
camera and the subject.
Subject or the camera Hold the camera steady
moved while the picture while taking the picture.
was taken.
The subject is too far
Move so there is no more
away for the flash to be than 7.5 ft (2.3 m) between
effective.
the camera and the subject.
Slide show does
Video Out setting is
Adjust the camera Video Out
not run on external incorrect.
setting (NTSC or PAL,
video device.
page 32).
External device is set
Refer to the external device’s
incorrectly.
user’s guide.
Slide show does
The camera may not be Check the picture storage
not run on LCD
accessing the correct
location setting (page 13).
screen.
storage location.
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Camera Viewfinder Light
The viewfinder light glows steady green when the camera is on
and ready to take a picture.
Problem
Cause
Solution
Viewfinder light does Camera is not turned Turn on the camera
not turn on and the on.
(page 5).
camera does not
Batteries are
Replace or recharge the
work.
exhausted.
batteries (page 3).
Viewfinder light blinks Batteries are low.
red.
Viewfinder light glows Camera’s internal
steady red.
memory or Picture
Card is full.
Replace or recharge the
batteries (page 3).
Transfer pictures to your
computer (page 40), delete
pictures from the camera
(page 25), switch storage
locations (page 13), or
insert a card with available
memory.
Viewfinder light blinks Picture is being
Wait. Resume picture taking
green.
processed and saved when the light stops blinking.
to the camera.
Viewfinder light blinks Flash is not charged. Wait. Resume picture taking
yellow.
when the light stops blinking
and turns green.
Auto Exposure is not Release the shutter button
locked.
and recompose the picture.
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LCD Messages
Message
No images to display
Cause
There are no pictures
in the current storage
location.
Memory card requires The Picture Card is
formatting
corrupted, or
Memory card cannot formatted for another
be read (Please format digital camera.
the card or insert
another card)
Internal memory
The camera internal
requires formatting
memory is corrupted.
Internal memory
cannot be read (Please
format internal
memory)
No memory card, Files There is no Picture
not copied
Card in the camera.
Your pictures were not
copied.
Not enough space to There is not enough
copy files
space in the location
you are copying to
(internal memory or
the Picture Card).
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Solution
Change your picture
storage location setting
(see page 13).
Insert a new Picture Card
or format the card
(page 34).
Format the internal
memory (page 34).
Insert a Picture Card.
Delete pictures from the
location you are copying to
(page 25), or insert a new
Picture Card.
Chapter 8
LCD Messages
Message
Cause
Date/Time entry screen This is the first time you
appears automatically turned on the camera;
or the batteries have
been removed for an
extended period of
time; or the batteries
are exhausted.
Camera needs service A camera error has
#xxx
occurred.
Solution
Reset the clock (page 6).
Turn the camera off, then
back on. If the error
message is still displayed,
call for service (page 64).
High camera
The internal
Leave the camera off for
temperature. Camera temperature of the
several minutes, then turn
will be turned off.
camera is too high for it back on.
the camera to operate. If the message reappears,
The viewfinder light
repeat the sequence above
glows red and the
until the message does not
camera will turn off in appear.
five seconds.
Memory Card is full
There is no more space Delete pictures from the
on the Picture Card in Picture Card (page 25),
the camera.
insert a new Picture Card,
or change storage location
to internal memory (see
page 13).
Internal Memory is full There is no more space Delete pictures from the
on the camera’s
internal memory (page 25)
internal memory.
or change storage location
to Auto and insert Picture
Card(see page 13).
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LCD Messages
Message
Unrecognized File
Format
Cause
Solution
The camera cannot
Transfer the unreadable
read the picture format. picture to the computer
(page 40), or delete the
picture (page 25).
Troubleshooting—Camera Dock
Camera Dock
Problem
Pictures are not
transferred to the
computer
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Cause
AC adapter or USB
cable is not
securely
connected.
Software is not
installed.
There are too
many applications
running on your
computer.
Camera was
removed from the
Camera Dock
during picture
transfer.
Connect button
was not pressed
Solution
Check the connections (page 46).
Install the software (page 35).
Close all software applications
and try again.
Replace the camera on the
Camera Dock and press the
Connect button.
Press the Connect button
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Camera Dock indicator light
Light Status
Cause
Light glows steady
Camera is
green
docked.
Light glows steady
Camera Dock is
red
charging Battery
Pack.
Light blinks green
Connection (USB)
between the
computer and the
Camera Dock is
active.
Light blinks red
Battery Pack is
installed
incorrectly.
The Battery Pack
or connector pins
are damaged.
The camera and
Battery Pack have
been exposed to
very high or low
temperatures.
Solution
The camera and Camera Dock are
operating normally.
Reinstall the Battery Pack
(page 47).
Check for damage.
Slowly return the camera and
Battery Pack to room
temperature.
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Getting Help
If you need help with your camera or Camera Dock, it is available from a
number of resources:
m Troubleshooting Problems, page 51
m Software application online help
m Product information by fax
m Place of purchase
m World Wide Web
m Technical support
Software Help
Help with any software application packaged with your camera can be obtained
from the online help provided with the application.
Kodak Online Services
m World Wide Web
http://www.kodak.com
(click Service and Support)
Kodak Fax Support
m U.S. and Canada
m Europe
m U.K.
1-800-508-1531
44-0-131-458-6962
44-0-131-458-6962
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Telephone Customer Support
If you have questions concerning the operation of KODAK software or the
camera, you may speak directly to a customer support representative.
Before You Call
Before you call to speak to a customer support representative, please have the
camera connected to your computer, be at your computer, and have the
following information available:
Operating system __________________________________________
Processor speed (MHz) _____________________________________
Computer model __________________________________________
Amount of memory (MB) ____________________________________
Exact error message you received_______________________________
Version of installation CD____________________________________
Camera serial number______________________________________
Telephone Numbers
m U.S.—call toll free, 1-800-235-6325, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and
8:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) Monday through Friday.
m Canada—call toll free, 1-800-465-6325, between the hours of 9:00 a.m.
and 8:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) Monday through Friday.
m Europe—call the Kodak Digital Imaging Support Centre toll free number
associated with your location, or the U.K. toll line,
44-0-131-458-6714, between the hours of 09.00 and 17.00 (GMT/CET)
Monday through Friday.
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m Outside the U.S., Canada, and Europe—calls are charged at National
Rate.
Austria/Osterreich
Belgium/Belgique
China
Denmark/Danmark
Ireland/Eire
Finland/Suomi
France
Germany/Deutschland
Greece
Italy/Italia
Japan
Korea
Netherlands/Nederland
Norway/Norge
Portugal
Spain/Espana
Sweden/Sverige
Switzerland/Schweiz/Suisse
UK
International Toll Line
International Toll Fax Number
0179 567 357
02 713 14 45
86 21 63500888 1577
3 848 71 30
01 407 3054
0800 1 17056
01 55 1740 77
069 5007 0035
0080044125605
02 696 33452
81 3 5644 5500
82 2 708 5600
020 346 9372
23 16 21 33
021 415 4125
91 749 76 53
08 587 704 21
01 838 53 51
0870 2430270
+44 131 4586714
+44 131 4586962
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10 Appendix
This appendix serves as a resource for technical information about your
camera, batteries, Camera Dock, Picture Cards, and available accessories.
DX3500 Camera Specifications
Camera Specifications
Color
Communication with USB
computer
Dimensions
Width/Depth/
Height
Weight
Exposure control
Flash
ISO
LCD
(liquid crystal display)
Modes
Range
Charging
Time
24-bit, millions of colors
Cable included with camera
4.7 in. /2 in. /2.9 in.
(120 mm/50 mm/75 mm)
7.2 oz. (205 g) without batteries
Automatic
Auto, Fill, Red-Eye, Off
2.5 to 7.5 ft (0.75 to 2.3 m)
7 seconds max., with charged battery
Automatic (100, 200)
1.8 inch (45.7 mm), color, 312 x 230
pixels
Preview rate: 20 fps
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Camera Specifications
Lens
Type
Maximum
Aperture
Optical quality glass, 5 element
Fixed: f/4.5
Close-Up: f/8
Focal Length 38 mm (equivalent to 35mm camera)
6.1 mm (actual)
Focus
2.5 ft (0.75 m) to infinity, fixed focus
Distance
with Macro
Accessory
27 mm—external threads on lens
lenses
37, 43 mm—adapter required
filters—adapter required
Operating Temperature
32 to 104° F (0 to 40° C)
Picture file format, still
JPEG
Picture storage
Internal memory—8 MB included
Pixel resolution
Power
Self-timer
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ATA compatible Type I CompactFlash
card—not included, optional purchase
2.2 MP
Best Quality—1800 x 1200 pixels
Good Quality—900 x 600 pixels
Batteries
2 Lithium, AA (included with camera)
2 Ni-MH, AA rechargeable (optional
purchase)
Alkaline batteries not recommended
Battery Pack, KODAK Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery
Camera Dock Pack, recharge in Camera Dock only.
only
Battery Pack also available as an
optional accessory.
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Camera Specifications
Tripod socket
Video Out
Viewfinder
White balance
Zoom
.25 in. (.006 m) threaded
NTSC or PAL selectable
Albada bright frame type
Automatic
3X Digital zoom
Camera Dock Specifications
Camera Dock Specifications
Communication with USB
computer
Dimensions
Width/Depth/
Height
(without insert)
Weight
Dimensions
Width/Depth/
Height
(with insert)
Weight
Indicator light
Input voltage
Power
DC input
Cable included with
KODAK DX-series cameras
5.9 in. /4.4 in. /1.5 in.
(150 mm/112.5 mm/38.5 mm)
5.5 oz. (155 g)
5.9 in. /4.4 in. /1.7 in.
(150 mm/112.5 mm/42.5 mm)
6.2 oz. (175 g)
2-color LED indicates operating/
charging
7 ±0.7 V DC
AC adapter included with Dock and Go
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Original Factory Settings—Camera
Your camera is set to the following defaults at the factory:
Feature
Flash
Picture Storage Location
Quality
QuickView
Brightness
Video Out
Date/Time
Language
Factory Setting
Auto
Auto
Best
On
0.0
NTSC
2001/01/01; 12:00
English
Using Your Batteries
m Replacement Types—your camera can use the following battery types:
– 2, 1.5 volt AA lithium batteries
– 1, KODAK Lithium Battery KCRV3 *
– 1, KODAK Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery Pack, rechargeable in the
Camera Dock *
– 2, 1.2 volt AA Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) batteries, rechargeable *
* These batteries can be purchased by visiting our Web site at
http://www.kodak.com/go/accessories.
For acceptable battery life, and to make sure your camera operates
dependably, we do not recommend or support alkaline batteries.
m When using rechargeable batteries, do not exceed the mAH capacity of
your battery charger.
m NOT ALL BATTERIES ARE CREATED EQUAL! Battery life depends
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significantly on age, usage conditions, type, brand, and camera. Digital
camera requirements are very demanding on batteries. Not all batteries
perform well under these challenging conditions. In Kodak lab tests, Nickel
Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) rechargeable batteries delivered the best results in
a variety of conditions. Ni-MH batteries are designed for high-demand
devices, like digital cameras, and do not exhibit the “memory” effects seen
with other rechargeable technologies.
m Battery performance is reduced at temperatures below 41 °F (5 °C). Carry
spare batteries when using your camera in cold weather, and keep them
warm until you are ready to take pictures. Do not discard cold batteries
that do not work. Once they are warmed, they may be usable.
Tips, Safety, Maintenance
m Always follow basic safety precautions. Refer to the “Important Safety
Instructions” booklet packed with your camera.
m Do not allow any chemicals, such as suntan lotion, to come into contact
with the painted surface of the camera.
m If the camera has been subjected to inclement weather or you suspect
water has gotten inside the camera, turn off the camera and remove the
battery and Picture Card. Allow all components to air-dry for at least 24
hours before using the camera again.
m Clean the lens and back LCD screen:
1 Blow gently on the lens or LCD screen to remove dust and dirt.
2 Moisten the lens or LCD screen by breathing lightly on it.
3 Wipe the lens or LCD screen gently with a soft, lint-free cloth or an
untreated lens-cleaning tissue.
Do not use cleaning solutions unless they are designed specifically for
camera lenses. Do not wipe the camera lens or LCD screen with
chemically treated eyeglass lens tissue. It may scratch the lens.
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m Clean the outside of the camera by wiping with a clean, dry cloth. Never use
harsh or abrasive cleaners or organic solvents on the camera or any of its
parts.
m Service agreements are available in some countries. Please contact a dealer
of Kodak products for more information.
Camera Accessories
Get the most from your DX3500 Digital
Camera by adding just the right accessories.
Expand your capture options. Increase your
picture storage. Or extend your battery life.
For a full range of KODAK accessories, see
your Kodak retailer or visit our Web site at
http://www.kodak.com/go/accessories.
KODAK Accessories
Camera Dock
Enables quick picture transfer, charges the included
Battery Pack, and provides power to the camera
Ni-MH
Rechargeable with the KODAK Camera Dock only, the
Rechargeable
Battery Pack ensures you’ll always have fully powered
Battery Pack
batteries
Lithium Battery
Lightweight battery pack fits perfectly in your camera
KCRV3
and offers superior battery life
Picture Cards
Removable memory, many sizes available, including:
16, 32, 64, 96, 128, and 192 MB
Lens adapter and
Custom adapter allows you to use additional lenses
lenses
for flexibility and versatility in your picture taking
Premium Picture
Print photo-quality pictures on your home printer
Paper
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Picture Storage Capacities
Picture Cards are available in many different sizes, or storage capacities. The
table below indicates how many pictures, using typical file sizes, can be stored
on different size Picture Cards or in the camera’s internal memory.
Picture file sizes can vary. You may be able to store more or fewer pictures.
Store this many pictures
Best Quality
Good Quality
Internal memory (8 MB)
12
49
16 MB Picture Card
24
99
64 MB Picture Card
98
395
96 MB Picture Card
148
593
192 MB Picture Card
295
1,185
KODAK Picture Cards can be purchased separately on our Web site at http://
www.kodak.com/go/accessories.
Use only certified cards that carry the CompactFlash logo.
Locating Pictures on a Picture Card
Pictures stored on a KODAK Picture Card use a standard agreed upon by many
camera manufacturers. This allows you to use the Picture Card in different
cameras. If you use a card reader to retrieve your files or you cannot locate
them using the software, the following description of the Picture Card file
structure may be helpful.
MISC folder—contains the Print Order file created when you use the Print
Order feature.
SYSTEM folder—used for updating camera firmware.
DCIM folder—root level folder, contains the 100K3500 folder. Each time you
turn on the camera or insert a different Picture Card, any empty folders within
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the DCIM folder are removed.
100K3500 subfolder—contains all the pictures taken when a Picture Card
is inserted in the camera and the storage location is set to Auto.
Picture File Naming Conventions
The camera maintains separate and sequential numbering sequences for the
pictures in both the internal memory and on a Picture Card. Pictures are
named DCP_nnnn.JPG, and are numbered in the order in which they are
taken. The first picture is named DCP_0001.JPG; the highest number allowed
is DCP_9999.JPG.
File Naming Conventions on a Picture Card
m When a Picture Card contains a picture named DCP_9999.JPG in the
\DCIM\100K3500 folder, subsequent pictures appear in a new folder
(\DCIM\101K3500), beginning with picture DCP_0001.JPG.
m Even if you transfer pictures to the computer or delete pictures from the
camera, the camera continues to use consecutive numbers for all
subsequent pictures. For example, if the last picture taken was
DCP_0007.JPG and you delete it, the next picture you take is named
DCP_0008.JPG.
m When you insert a different Picture Card into your camera, the next picture
number is defined by incrementing the higher of the last picture taken by
the camera, or the highest existing picture number in the folder.
m If you use the Picture Card in a camera other than the DX3500 camera, and
that camera manufacturer adheres to this file structure standard, the
\DCIM folder contains a folder named by that camera. For more
information, refer to the documentation that accompanied that camera.
File Naming Conventions in Internal Memory
m The camera’s internal memory contains your stored pictures, with no
folders or subfolders.
m When you format the internal memory, the numbering sequence restarts at
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DCP_0001.
m When the internal memory contains a picture named DCP_9999, the next
picture taken is named with the lowest unused number. For example, if the
internal memory contains DCP_0002, DCP_0004, and DCP_9999, the next
picture taken is named DCP_0003.
File Naming Conventions After a Copy
Your camera maintains separate numbering sequences for the pictures in the
internal memory, and for the pictures on the Picture Card. When you copy a
picture, it is renumbered sequentially in the new location.
For example, in the Before Copy list below, the two pictures in the internal
memory are copied to the Picture Card. After Copy, the copied pictures are
renumbered on the Picture Card as DCP_0004 and DCP_0005. Additionally, if
DCP_0005 is deleted, the next picture copied to the Picture Card is named
DCP_0006. In the internal memory, the original pictures and their numbers
are unchanged.
Before Copy
Internal Memory
DCP_0001.jpg
DCP_0002.jpg
Picture Card
DCP_0001.jpg
DCP_0002.jpg
DCP_0003.jpg
After Copy
Internal Memory Picture Card
DCP_0001.jpg DCP_0001.jpg
DCP_0002.jpg DCP_0002.jpg
DCP_0003.jpg
DCP_0004.jpg
DCP_0005.jpg
Regulatory Information
FCC Compliance and Advisory
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,
and 2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
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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 or 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: 1) reorient or relocate the receiving antenna; 2) increase
the separation between the equipment and the receiver; 3) connect the
equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected; 4) consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
additional suggestions.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Where shielded interface cables have been provided with the product or
specified additional components or accessories elsewhere defined to be used
with the installation of the product, they must be used in order to ensure
compliance with FCC regulation.
Canadian DOC Statement
DOC Class B Compliance—This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class
B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the radio
interference regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Obervation des normes-Class B—Le présent appareil numérique n’émet
pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils
numériques de la Classe B prescrites dans les règlements sur le brouillage
redioélectrique édictés par le Ministère des Communications du Canada.
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Index
A
about
camera information 33
picture information 30
accessories 72
adjusting
LCD brightness 31
picture quality 20
resolution 20
auto shutoff 6
automatic
flash 18
powerdown 6
printing 25
B
batteries
charging Battery Pack 48
checking power level 7
extending battery life 7
guidelines 70
loading 3
loading Battery Pack 47
low or exhausted 7
replacement types 70
safety 71
tips 70
with Camera Dock 45
Battery Pack
charging 48
installing 47
brightness, LCD screen 31
button, flash 18
C
camera
accessories 72
charging Battery Pack 48
cleaning 71
connecting problems 52
docking 47
information, viewing 33
internal memory 13
maintenance 71
original factory settings 70
package contents 2
picture storage location 13
problems 53
safety 71
specifications 67
status icons 12
transferring pictures 39, 49
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turning on and off 5
Camera Connection Software
about 36
online help 42
transferring pictures 42
Camera Dock
charging Battery 48
docking camera 47
installing insert 46
package contents 45
power connection 46
specifications 69
transferring pictures 49
USB connection 46
using 45
Canadian compliance 76
cap, lens 5
caring for your camera 71
changing picture location 13
charging Battery Pack 48
checking location setting 14
checking picture location 14
cleaning camera, lens 71
clock, setting 6
close-up scenes 16
communication problems 52
CompactFlash 4
compliance, Canadian 76
compliance, FCC 75
78
computer
connecting camera 39
running a slide show 27
system requirements 37
transferring pictures to 39,
40, 42
using pictures on 39
connect camera
with Camera Dock 40
with USB cable 39
connect Camera Dock 46
copy pictures
card to memory 29
memory to card 29
to computer 39, 40, 42,
49
customer support numbers 64
customizing camera settings 31
D
date, imprinting on pictures 21
date, setting 6
DCIM folder, Picture Card 73
defaults, original settings 70
deleting
from internal memory 25
from Picture Card 25
last picture 22
protecting pictures from 27
Index
digital pictures, using 39
digital zoom 17
display brightness, adjusting 31
display problems 53
displaying slide show 27
dock insert 2, 46
docking camera 47
downloading pictures 39, 40,
42, 49
E
editing pictures 41
error messages 58
F
fax numbers, support 63
FCC compliance 75
file names
in internal memory 74
on Picture Card 74
flash
auto 18
fill 18
red-eye 18
using 18
folders, Picture Card 73
formatting
internal memory 34
Picture Card 34
G
guidelines, battery 70
H
help
online service 63
online, Picture Transfer 41
online, software 42
telephone support 64
troubleshooting camera 51
troubleshooting Camera
Dock 60
I
image storage menu 13
included with camera 2, 46
information
camera, viewing 33
picture, viewing 30
insert, dock 2, 46
installing
batteries 3
Battery Pack 47
Picture Card 4
software 35
internal memory
file name conventions 74
formatting 34
picture location 13
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Index
setting picture location 13
storage capacity 73
K
KODAK software
Camera Connection 36
getting help 63
installing 35
Picture 36
Picture Transfer 36
L
language, setting 33
LCD
adjusting brightness 31
battery symbol 7
error messages 58
picture location icon 12
previewing pictures 16
status bar 12
viewing pictures on 23
lens cap 5
lens, cleaning 71
light
Camera Dock 61
self-timer, camera 19
viewfinder, camera 5, 57
loading
batteries 3
80
Battery Pack 47
Picture Card 4
software 35
M
MACINTOSH
installing software on 35
system requirements 37
magnify picture 24
maintenance, camera 71
memory
internal or card 13
storage location setting 13
menus
camera setup 10
image storage, setting 13
navigating 11
overview 8
review 9
reviewing pictures 9
setup 10
still 8
taking pictures 8
MISC folder, Picture Card 73
mode dial
review 9
settings and menus 8
setup 10
still 8
Index
modes
review 9
setup 10
still 8
monitor, requirements 37
N
navigating
menus 11
pictures 24
NTSC, video out setting 32
O
overview, camera menus 8
P
package contents
camera 2
Camera Dock 45
PAL, video out setting 32
photo paper, purchasing 72
Picture Card
file name conventions 74
file structure 73
formatting 34
inserting 4
picture location 13
problems 51
purchasing 72
removing 4
setting picture location 13
storage capacities 73
Picture Software
about 36
editing pictures 41
Picture Transfer Software
about 36
online help 41
transferring pictures 40
pictures
checking location 14
close-ups 16
copying 29
date imprint 21
deleting 25
editing 41
file naming 74
information, viewing 30
locating in memory 74
locating on computer 40
locating on Picture Card 74
magnifying 24
navigating 24
printing 43
protecting 27
quality, setting 20
reviewing 23
selecting for printing 25
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storage capacity 73
storage location 13
taking 15
transferring manually 42
transferring to computer
39, 40, 49
using on computer 39, 41
viewing 23
power
Camera Dock 46, 48
checking batteries 7
turning camera on 5
powerdown, automatic 6
preview pictures 16
print orders 25
printing
from a Picture Card 43
from Picture Software 43
with print orders 25
protecting pictures 27
red-eye, flash 18
regulatory information 75, 76
replacing batteries 70
requirements
MACINTOSH system 37
WINDOWS-based system 37
resolution, setting 20
review
mode dial 9
mode, using 23
reviewing pictures
deleting 25
for printing 25
magnify 24
menus 9
on LCD 23
picture information 30
protecting 27
slide show 27
running slide show 27
Q
quality, setting 20
QUICKTIME software 36
QuickView 22
S
safety 71
selecting menus and options 11
self-timer 19
service and support
fax numbers 63
Kodak web site 63
telephone numbers 64
R
RAM, requirements 37
ReadMe file 51
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Index
setting
clock 6
date and time 6
flash 18
language 33
LCD brightness 31
mode dial menus 8
NTSC 32
PAL 32
picture location 13
picture quality 20
picture storage location 13
resolution 20
self-timer 19
video out 32
setup
mode dial 10
mode, using 31
shutoff, auto 6
shutter
problems 53
self-timer delay 19
sleep mode 6
slide show
problems 56
running 27
software
getting help 63
included with camera 36
installing 35
KODAK Camera Connection
36
KODAK Picture 36
KODAK Picture Transfer 36
QUICKTIME 36
specifications
camera 67
Camera Dock 69
MACINTOSH system 37
WINDOWS-based system 37
status
camera 12
picture storage location 14
screen icons 12
status bar 12
still
mode dial 8
mode, using 15
storage capacity, memory 73
System folder, Picture Card 73
system requirements
MACINTOSH 37
WINDOWS 37
T
taking pictures
close-up 16
general 15
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menu settings 8
telephone support 64
television, slide show 27
time, setting 6
timer, shutter delay 19
tips
battery guidelines 70
maintenance 71
ReadMe file 51
safety 71
transferring pictures to
computer 39, 40, 42, 49
tripod 49
troubleshooting problems
camera 53
camera communications 52
Camera Dock 60
camera viewfinder light 57
LCD messages 58
Picture Card 51
turning camera on and off 5
U
using
batteries 70
Camera Dock 45
84
pictures on computer 39
V
video out, setting 32
viewfinder light
camera on 5
status 57
viewing
camera information 33
picture information 30
viewing picture
after taking 22, 23
before taking 16
from internal memory 23
magnified 24
on Picture Card 23
W
web site, Kodak 63
WINDOWS
installing software 35
system requirements 37
Z
zoom, digital 17