DXG Technology DXG-308 Digital Camera User Manual

DXG-308
User’s Manual
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Attention
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
Chapter 5. Preparing Your Camera
Safety Precautions ..................….…..................2
Before Using Your Camera .............……..….........2
Operating Precautions......….....................………..3
Package Contents ..........................………….......3
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
5-5
Chapter 2. Getting to Know Your Camera
Chapter 6. Getting Started
2-1 Features Overview…..……….....................……......4
2-2 Specifications............................….…..…..……...6
2-3 System Requirements……………………………………..…6
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-6
Chapter 3. Controls, Operation, and Display
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
3-7
3-8
3-9
Attaching the Strap…………..............…….…..….…..16
Loading Batteries..............…………….......….........16
Loading and Removing the Memory Card....….....17
Setting Up the OSD Language………..….……….......19
Setting Up the Date/Time………………………..…….....19
LED Indicators………....................…...…….….…....7
LCD Monitor Display……….....................…..….....7
Power Supply.…………………………………………..…….....8
Shutter Button……….........................….…….......8
Mode Dial.......……….….......…...…….…………….......9
Multi-Select Button………………………..………….………..9
Flash Button………………………..………………....….………9
Display Mode Button……………….…………….…….………9
Macro Switch..…………………………….……………………….10
Setup Mode………....…....………………..………..….…....20
Record Mode………......…....………………….…...……....20
Play Mode.………….........…………….…..………….........21
Movie Mode……….. ..........…....………..…..............21
PC Mode…………………………………….…………….……….….22
TV-OUT Operation…………………...……….………..……..22
Chapter 7. Driver Installation
7-1 Installing the Camera Driver for PC.....…..………...23
7-2 Installing the Applications for PC……………..…..…...24
Chapter 8. File Transfers
Chapter 4. Navigating Modes and Menus
8-1 How to Transfer Files……………………......…..………...27
8-2 Mass Storage…………………………..……………..…..…...27
8-3 Web Camera…………………..……………..…..…...........27
4-1 Record Mode ................................……….…......11
4-2 Play Mode..................................….….............12
4-3 Movie Mode ..............................……...............13
4-4 Setup Mode .............................…………….........13
4-5 Mode Selection ...........................……..…….......15
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Chapter 1 Attention
Please read through this manual carefully before using the
camera and follow the instructions to avoid damage caused
by improper operation.
test the camera beforehand to ensure that it functions well.
Any additional loss caused by the malfunction of this
product (such as costs of photography or any loss of benefit
generated by the photography) is not the responsibility of
our company and no compensation will be given for it.
Always take test shots before formal recording.
1-1 Safety Precautions
● The software CD-ROM packaged with the camera is
designed for PCs only. Using this CD-ROM on a stereo or CD
player may cause damage to it.
● This camera is a precision electronic device. Do not
attempt to service this camera yourself, as opening or
removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage
points or other risks.
● Keep camera away from heat and direct sunlight to avoid
fire risk.
● Be extra careful with the LCD liquid. If the LCD
monitor is damaged please follow these procedures:
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o
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● Always observe intellectual property rights
Pictures taken with this digital camera may not be used in
violation of copyright laws. Moreover, when "No
Photography" restrictions are in place, do not record any
live performance, improvisation or exhibit, even for
personal and non-commercial purposes. Any transfer of
pictures or use of memory cards must be conducted under
the constraints of copyright law.
If the liquid contacts the skin: wipe the skin dry
with a cloth and wash thoroughly with water.
If the liquid gets in the eye: rinse immediately with
water for at least 15 minutes and then consult a
physician to receive treatment as soon as possible.
If the liquid is accidentally swallowed: rinse mouth
with water, drink a large amount of water and
induce vomiting. Consult a physician to receive
treatment as soon as possible.
1-2 Before Using Your Camera
Before taking pictures with this camera on important
occasions (such as a wedding ceremony or an overseas trip),
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1-3 Operating Precautions
1-4 Package Contents
This product consists of intricate electrical parts. To ensure
normal photography, do not drop, strike or hit the camera.
Check to see you have received the following items:
● Avoid using or placing the camera in the following
locations:
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Damp and dusty places.
o
Sealed vehicles or places exposed to direct sunlight
or places subject to extremely high temperatures
or heat.
o
Violently shaky or turbulent environments.
o
Areas full of smoke, fumes or steam.
o
Areas subject to strong magnetic field.
o
Rain, or snow or precipitation.
CD-ROM
(incl. Camera Driver &
Application Software), Pouch, Wrist Strap, Batteries
● Do not open the battery cover when the power is on.
● If water enters the camera, turn the power OFF and
remove the batteries immediately.
● Maintain your camera:
o
If the lens or LCD monitor surface becomes dirty,
please use a lens brush or soft cloth to wipe clean
instead of touching them with your fingers.
o
Do not allow the camera to come into contact with
solid objects to avoid scratching the lens and LCD
monitor surface.
o
Do not use detergents or volatile solutions, which
will cause the camera case and paint to dissolve
and distort. Use soft cloth only.
USB Cable
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TV –OUT Cable
This User's Manual
CD-ROM (incl. Camera Driver & Application Software)
Pouch
Wrist Strap
2 x AA Alkaline Batteries
USB Cable
TV–OUT Cable
This User's Manual
Chapter 2 Getting to Know Your Camera
2-1 Features Overview
Front View
(1) Flash
(2) Lens Cover/Power Switch
(3) Lens
(4) Shutter Button
(5) Self-Timer LED
(6) Red-Eye Reduction LED
(7) Macro Switch
(8) Terminator Cover
(9) TV-OUT Port
(10) USB Port
(1) Flash
(2) Lens Cover/Power Switch
(3) Lens
(4) Shutter Button
(5) Self-Timer LED
(6) Red-Eye Reduction LED
(7) Macro Switch
(8) Terminator Cover
(9) TV-OUT Port
(10) USB Port
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Rear View
(1) LCD Monitor
(2) Mode Display Button
(3) Mode Dial
(4) Status LED
(5) Macro Mode LED
(6) ENTER Button
(7) Multi-Select Button
(8) Strap Holder
(9) Flash Button
(10) Battery Cover
(11) Memory Card Slot
(1) LCD Monitor
(2) Mode Display Button
(3) Mode Dial
(4) Status LED
(5) Macro Mode LED
(6) ENTER Button
(7) Multi-Select Button
(8) Strap Holder
(9) Flash Button
(10) Battery Cover
(11) Memory Card Slot
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2-2 Specifications
● Recordable Images (16MB):
● Lens: f=9.61 mm
● Image Sensor: 3.3 megapixel CMOS
● Focus: F/3.0
● Sensitivity: ISO 100
● White Balance: Auto, Sun, Tungsten, Fluorescent.
● Shutter: Electrical
● Shutter Speed: 1/4 sec. ~ 1/2000 sec.
● Storage Media: 16MB Internal Flash Memory
SD Card (MMC compatible) Slot
(support 4/8/16/32/64/128/256/512MB)
● Image File Format: JPEG for Still images, AVI for Movie
files.
● Image Resolutions:
>2976x2232 (Firmware Interpolation Technology)
>2048x1536
>1600 x 1200
>1280 x 960
● Digital Zoom: 10-Step 4X Digital Zoom
● Focal Range Standard: 1.2m ~ Infinity
● Focal Range Macro: 23 ~ 27cm
● Self-timer: 10 sec. delay
● PC-CAM Modes: 640 x 480 Pixels, 10 fps
320 x 240 Pixels, 15 fps
● Flash Modes: Auto, Red-eye reduction, Off
● TV-OUT: NTSC/PAL system selectable
● PC Interface: USB (Ver. 1.1)
● Movie File: Records 80 sec. continuous movie file
with 512 x 384 format (16MB internal memory)
1280X960 1600X1200 2048X1536 2976x2232
16MB
Fine
Normal
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80
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32
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*For reference only, actual image numbers may vary.
● Power Supply: 2 x AA Alkaline Batteries or supports
CRV-3; USB 5V (PC-CAM Mode)
● Dimensions: 93 x 56 x 38 m
● Weight: About 120g (batteries excluded)
2-3 System Requirements
The following are minimum system requirements for the
digital camera. We recommend that you use a computer
system that exceeds the minimum requirements in order to
utilize the camera at its optimum efficiency. The minimum
system requirements for the digital camera are as follows:
System
OS
CPU
Memory
CD-ROM
HDD
Others
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Requirement
Microsoft Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP
Intel Pentium 166MHz or higher
Minimum 32 MB memory or above
4X or above
Hard drive with 10 MB free disk space
minimum
One standard USB 1.1 port
Chapter 3 Controls, Operation, and Display
3-1 LED Indicators
3-2 LCD Monitor Display
The meanings of the LED indicators located above the LCD
monitor are:
Standby/Busy Macro Mode
(Red LED)
(Green LED)
LED Status
Red
On
Green
Blinking
On
Off
Description
The red LED turns on when
the camera is recording or
when the batteries are
charging the flash. The LED
blinks every 10 seconds in
normal standby mode.
Standby
Macro mode (close-up)
Normal mode
(1) Image resolution
(2) Image quality
(3) Current working mode
(4) Memory card loaded symbol
(5) Shot number
(6) Self-timer photography
(7) White balance
(8) Morning/Afternoon (AM/PM) display
(9) Time
(10) Date
(11) Remaining battery power
(12) Zoom level
(13) Flash status
(14) Palm Icon: indicates darker lighting conditions
where extra-steady shooting is required. Use tripod.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
3-3 Power Supply
● Slide the lens cover to the left to turn on the camera.
Resolution
Quality
OSD Language
White Balance
EV Compensation
TV-Out
Light Frequency
PC Mode
3-4 Shutter Button
● Slide the lens cover towards the right to turn off the
camera.
● This camera is designed for a two-step shutter function. A
set of yellow brackets "[ ]" appears in the center of the LCD
monitor when the Shutter button is pressed and held half
way down. At this point the camera is metering to calculate
the exposure. Fully depress the Shutter button and the
camera will beep to indicate a shot is being taken.
● Use the lens cover to turn the camera on and off. After
turning on the camera, the red busy LED blinks, then the
last recorded image appears on the LCD monitor.
※Auto Power Off: If the camera is idle for one minute, the
power is turned OFF to prevent battery drain. Press the
Display Mode Button to restart the camera.
※The following features are automatically saved
before turning off the camera unless you select
"Reset Default" to restore the factory settings.:
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3-5 Mode Dial
● This button works only in the Record Mode.
Press this button to select the desired flash mode. There
are 3 flash modes:
Auto →
● Select a working mode by using the Mode Dial:
→
1. PC Mode
2.
Record Mode
3.
Play Mode
4.
5.
Auto and Red-eye reduction →
Off
Auto
3-8 Display Mode Button
Movie Mode
Setup Mode
3-6 Multi-Select Button
1. Press this button to change the LCD monitor to show one
of several displays.
Standard l Image Only l LCD Monitor Off l Standard
2. Press the "Display Mode Button" to enter the "Play
Mode" to review images when the camera has powered
down.
3. In the Record Mode, if the camera has automatically
powered down to conserve battery power, press the
"Display Mode Button" to turn the camera on again.
You can perform various operations in different modes by
using the Multi-Select button, for example, select, confirm,
go forward and go back. The center button functions like an
Enter key on a PC keyboard.
3-7 Flash Button
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3-9 Macro Switch
● Use the Macro switch on left side of the camera to select
either Basic (normal lens) or Macro (close-up) mode. When
you select Macro, the green macro LED turns on.
Basic
Macro
※ In Macro Mode the flash is disabled automatically to
avoid overexposure.
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Chapter 4 Navigating Modes and Menus
Quick Index of Menus (for Reference):
4-1 Record Mode
JFor more information, please
refer to section 3-2 “LCD
Monitor Display,” page 7.
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2. Slideshow
4-2 Play Mode
Start Auto
(1) Current Image
Number/Total
Number of Images
(2) Battery Power
Index for Quick Menu:
1. Delete Pictures
3. DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) Settings.
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) allows for tagging of images
on memory cards for printing. DPOF allows digital camera users
to define what images are to be printed on compatible print
devices. Basically, it is a set of text files in a special directory in
the digital camera’s storage files. These files define what
images (if any) are to be printed, how many copies of each
image are to be printed, and if any information (such as time
and date) is to be overlaid on the image. DPOF is implemented
through a menu option in the digital camera's playback mode.
● There are three basic options when printing images with
DPOF: printing individual images, printing all images and
printing with or without the image recorded date.
※ The DPOF function works only with a memory card.
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4-3 Movie Mode
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
Movie Mode
Movie Length
Record Indicator
Battery Power Level
Time/Date
Page Up
Page Down
4-4 Setup Mode
1. Image Resolution
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2976x2232
2048x1536
1280x960
1600x1200
2. Image Quality:
4. EV (Exposure Value) Compensation
(Fine Quality)
(Basic Quality)
3. White Balance:
(Auto)
(Sun)
5. OSD Language
(Fluorescent)
(Tungsten)
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6. Date / Time
※ If a memory card has been inserted, only the memory
card is formatted, and not the internal memory.
10. Default Reset to default factory settings
7. TV-Out Operation
4-5 Mode Selection
8. Light Frequency
Select the correct frequency (50Hz or 60Hz)
for your region. (USA=60Hz)
9. Format Media
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Chapter 5 Preparing Your Camera
5-1 Attaching the Strap
5-2 Loading Batteries
● Turn the camera off.
● Insert two AA alkaline batteries or rechargeable batteries.
Please make sure the batteries are fully charged. If the
batteries are low, please change the batteries as soon as
possible to maintain normal date/time operation.
● Insert the thin end of strap into the strap holder.
※ If the battery power indicator only shows one black block, the
flash is disabled. If power is less than 1.8V (the level at which
the battery power indicator turns red) the camera automatically
turns off.
.
● Pass the other end of strap through the loop.
● Slide the switch on the battery cover in the direction
indicated by the arrow.
● Stretch the strap tightly.
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5-3 Loading and Removing Memory Card
● Insert batteries as indicated on the inside cover.
1. To load the memory card:
z Turn off the camera.
● Close and lock the battery cover.
NOTE: Open the cover gently to avoid damaging the battery
compartment cover.
● Slide the battery cover switch in the direction indicated.
Battery Tips:
※ If the battery power indicator shows only one black block,
the flash is disabled.
※ When the battery indicator turns red, you can no longer
record.
※ The date and time is stored for approximately 3 minutes.
Double-check date and time after inserting new batteries
to ensure date and time accuracy.
● Insert the memory card in the direction indicated.
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2. To remove the memory card
NOTE:
Before using the camera, please remember to insert
the memory card into the slot. If the memory card is
full of images or data, you can turn the Mode Dial
and then select "Format" item to
to Setup Mode
format the memory card. First backup any important
data stored in the memory card.
● Press the memory card down gently.
※There is 16MB internal flash memory built into the
camera to store images
If there is a memory card inserted, the card takes
precedence. Images are stored on the card. If you want to
store image in the internal memory, simply remove the
memory card.
● The memory card will bounce upward.
● This camera uses SD or MMC memory available in
various module sizes (4/8/16/32/64/128/256/512MB).
● The memory card won’t fit if inserted the wrong
direction. Avoid damage to the card by inserting gently.
● If the camera does not recognize the memory card,
gently wipe the metal interface of the card with a soft
cloth and reload the card.
● Make sure the memory card is in unlocked status. If it is
locked, the LCD monitor will display
and you will be
unable to take a picture or play back images.
● Pull the memory card out with your fingers as shown.
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date and time.
● LCD monitor will display
when no memory
card is present.
when memory
● LCD monitor will display
card is loaded and working properly. In case the LCD
with the card inserted,
monitor still displays
consider the following possible cause and solutions:
-Image format can’t be recognized by camera:
Save image data to PC for backup, then
format the memory card.
-Memory card dirty:
Use clean soft cloth to clean memory card and
re-insert.
-Memory card malfunction:
Contact the memory card supplier for further
assistance.
-Card slot in camera malfunctions:
Contact authorized dealer to request further
assistance.
5-4 Setting Up the OSD Language
Before using the camera, turn the Mode Dial to Setup
Mode
and then select "Language" to set the OSD
language. There are 7 options for your selection: English,
Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish.
5-5. Date/Time
Before using the camera, turn the Mode Dial
to
Setup Mode
and then select "Date/Time" to set the
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Chapter 6: Getting Started
6-1 Setup Mode
In Setup Mode, you can adjust the camera’s basic
functions, including Image Size, Image Quality, Self-timer,
White Balance, EV Compensation, OSD Language,
Date/Time, Preset Settings, Format Media, and TV-Out. To
set these options:
to Setup Mode
.
1. Turn the Mode Dial
2. Turn on the camera. The red LED will blink, and then the
setup screen will show on the LCD monitor.
3. Press the arrow button
/
on the Multi-Select
Button
to move and select the menu items.
on the Multi-Select Button
4. Press the arrow button
to enter the selected menu items.
5. Press the arrow button
on the Multi-Select Button
to return the previous menu.
6-2 Record Mode
Record Mode offers you a quick and easy way to take ideal
pictures.
1. Turn the Mode Dial
to Record Mode
.
2. Turn on the camera. The last recorded image appears on
the LCD display.
3. Press and hold the Shutter button halfway down.
The camera will process the exposure settings and
yellow brackets "[ ]" will appear in the center
position of LCD monitor. Continues to press and hold
the Shutter button halfway down to keep the same
value. Press the Shutter button down fully and you
will hear two beep sounds, one low beep and one
high beep. Hold the camera steady until after the
two beeps.
4. When taking a picture, you can press the Flash Button
to set the desired flash modes: Auto, Red-eye
reduction, and Off.
to choose your
5. Press the Display Mode Button
desired LCD display mode. There are five display modes:
Standard Display, Full Display, Image Only, LCD Monitor
Off, and Only Operation Settings.
6. Use the Multi-Select Button
to set the detailed
settings for recording images, e.g., Image Resolution,
Image Quality, Self-timer, and Light Frequency settings.
By pressing the
button on the center of the
Multi-Select Button, the menu items will appears on
the LCD monitor. Press the arrow buttons
/
/
/
on the Multi-Select Button
to move to, and
Enter to select, the desired menu items.
/
on the Multi-Select
7. Press the arrow buttons
Button
to adjust the digital zoom and a zoom
indicator appears on the left side of the LCD Monitor.
8. Slide the Macro Button downwards to enable Macro
(close-up) photography.
When you select the Macro Mode, the green Macro LED
located on the top of the LCD monitor will light up.
※ If the low battery power icons appears on the LCD
Monitor, replace the batteries immediately to keep the
camera operating normally.
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※If the "Memory is not enough!" warning message appears
on the LCD Monitor, the memory card is full.
6-3 Play Mode
In Play Mode, users can review recorded stills and movies.
To review:
1. Turn the Mode Dial
to Play Mode
.
2. Turn on the camera. The most recently recorded image
appears on the LCD monitor.
3. Press the arrow buttons
/
on the Multi-Select
Button
to review the previous and back image.
4. Press the
button on the center of the Multi-Select
Button
button to enable the "Delete", "Slideshow"
and "DPOF" functions.
on the Multi-Select
5. Press the arrow button
images when the camera is powered off. Press the
Display Mode Button again to turn off the LCD Monitor.
6-4 Movie Mode
Use Movie Mode to record moving pictures (no audio). To
record movies:
1. Turn the Mode Dial
to Movie Mode
.
2. Turn on the camera. When the camera is on, the last
image recorded appears on the LCD monitor.
3. Press the Shutter button to start recording. Press the
Shutter button again to stop recording.
4. The LCD Monitor will show the recorded time (seconds)
while you are recording the movie pictures.
z The maximum recording time depends on the amount of
memory card space available.
6-5 PC Mode
to enter the selected menu items.
Button
on the Multi-Select
6. Press the arrow button
Button
to exit the menu.
※ The DPOF function can only used with a memory card
inserted.
※ If there is no image stored in the internal memory or
memory card, a “No picture” message pops up on the
LCD Monitor in the Play Mode.
z Use PC Camera or Mass Storage items in the PC
Connection menu:
※ Press the Display Mode Button
1. Turn on the camera and turn the Mode Dial
to review the
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to PC.
PC Camera and Mass Storage options will appear on
the LCD Monitor.
/
on the Multi-Select
2. Press the arrow buttons
to move and select the desired
Button Button
option. Press the
or
button to confirm and
save the settings.
3. The
message will pop up on the LCD Monitor.
Connect the USB cable to the camera and PC to
complete the configuration.
2. Use the TV out cable provided with the camera to
connect the camera and output device.
3. Turn on the camera. Images display via on the TV.
※ Operate the camera as normal.
※ Exercise caution when moving the camera since it is
connected via cable.
※ To restore the LCD Monitor display, simply disconnect
the TV out cable from the camera.
※ Once you save the settings, the camera will keep these
menu settings before you change them again.
6-6 TV-Out Operation
Using the TV-Out function offered by the camera, you
can transfer the images to the other display devices,
e.g. TV or computer. To transfer images:
1. Select the correct video type for the device to be
connected. Turn the Mode Dial
to Setup Mode
. Select the correct video output type, either NTSC
(US) or PAL.
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Chapter 7 Driver Installation
7-1 Installing the Camera Driver for PC
You can use the PC Camera and Mass Storage functions
of the camera via PC. To install the driver:
1. Insert the companion CD-ROM supplied with the camera
into the CD-ROM drive.
2. The welcome screen automatically appears after a
moment:
4. Click Next to continue the setup program. A message
appears:
(Note: If your CD-ROM drive does not automatically run
the CD install program, double click the "My Computer"
icon on the desktop. Then double click the CD-ROM drive
icon and click the InstallMgr.exe file in the root
directory.
5. Click Finish to restart the computer and finish the
camera driver installation.
3. Click Install driver and a screen appears:
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7-2 Installing Applications for PC
Install the Arcsoft Software (example given: Photo
Impression).
1. Insert the companion CD-ROM supplied with the camera
into the CD-ROM drive.
2. The Auto-run program execute and a welcome screen
appears:
4. Select your language. Click OK to confirm.
5. Welcome screen shows. Click Next to continue.
(Note: If your CD-ROM drive does not automatically run
the CD install program, double click the "My Computer"
icon on the desktop. Then double click the CD-ROM drive
icon and click the InstallMgr.exe file in the root
directory.
6. Enter Software License Agreement window.
Click Yes to continue installation.
3. Click the Arcsoft PhotoImpression to install, and the
screen will appear:
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7. Follow the installation Wizard to select a destination
folder and components.
8. Select the program folder you want to install
9. When the installation is complete, the window below
will appear. Click Finish to end the installation.
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Chapter 8 File Transfers
8-1 How to Transfer Files
8-2 Mass Storage
Use the Mass Storage function in the PC Connection
menu to connect and transfer files via USB. Note: Windows
XP and Windows 2000 users do not need to install the
camera driver to transfer files.
The operating system recognizes the camera as a mass
storage device. With the camera connected to the computer
via USB you can easily transfer files from the camera using
an alternative method from the one just described:
1.
Turn the camera on by sliding the lens cover.
2.
3.
Set the Mode Dial
to PC
On the camera’s LCD display, highlight “Mass
Storage” (in blue)
Press the Enter Button on the Multi-Select Button
4.
5.
to select Mass Storage; a flashing USB cable
icon appears on the display.
Connect the USB cable between the camera and the
computer.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Double click on the My Computer icon.
Eject any CDs in the CD-ROM drive.
Find an icon representing the digital camera.
Double click on the icon.
Double click on file folder, labeled DCIM.
Double click on file folder, labeled 100FSCAM.
Drag and drop photo files, or the whole folder.
The file folders containing the images from the camera
are automatically created upon camera connection.
8-3 Web Camera
6.
7.
Your operating system responds with a window
offering options to view and copy files.
Choose your desired option for using files. Windows
will prompt you for input.
Use the PC Camera function in the PC Connection menu to
connect and transfer files via USB. Note: install the camera
driver from the companion CD to use the camera’s PC Camera
functions:
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1.
Turn the camera on by sliding the lens cover.
2.
3.
Set the Mode Dial
to PC
On the camera’s LCD display, highlight “PC Camera” (in
blue)
Press the Enter Button on the Multi-Select Button
to select PC Camera; a flashing USB cable icon appears
on the display.
5. Connect the USB cable between the camera and the
computer.
4.
6. Open your web chat software. Click on the appropriate
icon or menu selection to start the camera and use the
web chat software to broadcast images via the Internet.
Disclaimer
The information in this document is believed to be reliable,
but no responsibility is assumed for inaccuracies. DXG
Technology reserves the right to make changes to the items
described herein to improve reliability, function or design.
Neither DXG nor any of its employees, assume any liability
for damages or losses, either direct or incidental, which may
arise out of the application or use of any of its products or
circuits, particularly with regard to damage that may occur
in the operation of its products.
©2004 DXG USA, City of Industry, CA Version 1.0 06/01/04
You can also use the PC Camera function to capture images
with the camera connected to the computer via USB using
various programs that allow this function, such as Arcsoft’s
PhotoImpression.
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