Fisher-Price 78538 Motorized Toy Car User Manual

J8209, J8210, J8211
www.fisher-price.com
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Table of Contents
Getting Started
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Package Contents......................................................................................................................................................... 5
Your Camera ................................................................................................................................................................. 6
Specifications ................................................................................................................................................................ 9
Setting Up Your Camera
“AA“ (LR6) Battery Installation ......................................................................................................................................10
CR-2032 Battery Installation ........................................................................................................................................12
Battery Safety Information and Recycling Information .......................................................................................... 14,15
Using Your Camera
Turning the Camera On and Off..................................................................................................................................16
Taking a Picture ............................................................................................................................................................17
Using the Flash ............................................................................................................................................................18
Reviewing or Deleting Pictures ............................................................................................................................. 19, 20
Transferring Pictures to Your Computer
System Requirements ..................................................................................................................................................21
Installing PhotoShow™ Deluxe Software .................................................................................................................. 22
Connecting Your Camera to Your Computer ............................................................................................................. 23
Importing Your Photos ................................................................................................................................................ 25
Using PhotoShow™ Deluxe ....................................................................................................................................... 29
Exiting PhotoShow™ Deluxe .......................................................................................................................................31
Disconnecting Your Camera....................................................................................................................................... 32
Using an Optional SD Card ........................................................................................................................................ 33
Troubleshooting
Problems and Solutions ............................................................................................................................................. 35
Care ............................................................................................................................................................................. 37
FCC Statement............................................................................................................................................................. 38
Consumer Information ............................................................................................................................................... 39
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Introduction
Introduction
• Please keep this instruction booklet for future reference, as it contains important information.
• Requires four “AA” (LR6) alkaline batteries (not included) and one CR-2032 button cell
battery (included).
• Adult assembly is required for battery and software installation.
• Tool required for battery installation: Phillips screwdriver (not included). Loosen and tighten
screws with a Phillips screwdriver. Do not over-tighten the screws.
• Your Kid Tough™ Digital Camera includes PhotoShow™ Deluxe Software to view, manage
or edit your digital pictures. If you already have image viewing/editing/managing software
installed on your computer, you do not need to use PhotoShow™ Deluxe Software.
• For additional image storage, this camera accepts a Secure Digital (SD) card (not included).
CAUTION
This package contains small parts in its unassembled state.
Adult assembly is required.
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Package Contents
CD-ROM with PhotoShowTM
Deluxe Software
Camera
(This is not a toy.)
CR-2032 Button Cell Battery
USB Cable
(For adult assembly only.)
(This is not a toy.)
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Your Camera
The Kid Tough™ Digital Camera is picture-perfect for your little one! It’s a real digital camera with
a durable, drop resistant design. It’s a perfect way for kids to get creative by taking, viewing and
even printing their own digital pictures!
Shutter Button
Introduction
Flash
Lens
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Front View
Your Camera
Viewfinder
Image Back
Button
Image Forward
Button
USB Port
Speaker
LCD Screen
Power Button
Delete Button
Back View
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Your Camera
SD Card Slot
(SD Card not included
and sold separately)
CR-2032
Battery Compartment
“AA“ (LR6)
Battery Compartment
Battery Tray
“AA“ (LR6)
Battery Compartment
Battery Compartment Door
Bottom View
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Specifications
Picture Resolution ....................640 x 480
Internal Memory ......................8 MB SDRAM (approximately 50 pictures)
..................................................For additional memory (image storage) this camera
..................................................accepts a SD card (sold separately and not included).
Lens ..........................................4.8 mm, f = 2.6
Focus Range ............................4 ft. (1.22 m) - infinity
LCD Screen ...............................1.3” color LCD preview display
Connectivity ..............................USB (version 1.1 or higher)
Batteries ...................................4 “AA” (LR6) alkaline batteries
..................................................1 CR-2032 button cell battery
Flash Range .............................4 ft. - 7.5 ft. (1.22 m - 2.23 m)
Camera Dimensions ...............W - 5.5” (14.1 cm) x D - 3.0” (7.6 cm) x H - 3.875” (8.8 cm)
Camera Weight .......................10.44 oz. (296 g) (without batteries or SD card)
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“AA“ (LR6) Battery Installation
Battery Compartment Door
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“AA“ (LR6) Battery Installation
1.5 V x 4
“AA” (LR6)
Shown Actual Size
• Locate the battery compartment door on the bottom of the camera.
• Loosen the screws in the battery compartment door. Remove the battery compartment door.
• Insert four “AA” (LR6) alkaline batteries, as indicated inside the battery compartment.
Hint: We recommend using alkaline batteries for longer battery life.
• Replace the battery compartment door and tighten the screws.
• When the low battery power indicator appears on the LCD screen
, it’s time for an adult
to change the batteries.
• Protect the environment by not disposing of this product with household waste (2002/96/EC).
Check your local authority for recycling advice and facilities (Europe only).
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CR-2032 Battery Installation
3V
CR-2032
Shown Actual Size
Battery Tray
Battery Compartment Door
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CR-2032 Battery Installation
The CR-2032 button cell battery provides power to your camera when you change the “AA”
(LR6) batteries so that no pictures are lost. If you find that your camera loses pictures when you
change the “AA” (LR6) batteries, it’s time to change the CR-2032 button cell battery.
• Loosen the screws in the battery compartment door. Remove the battery compartment door.
• Locate the battery tray inside the bottom of the camera.
• Loosen the screw in the battery tray and pull to remove the battery tray.
• Insert one CR-2032 lithium button cell battery, as indicated inside the battery tray.
• Replace the battery tray and tighten the screw.
• Replace the battery compartment door and tighten the screws.
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Battery Safety Information
In exceptional circumstances, batteries may leak fluids that can cause a chemical burn injury
or ruin your toy. To avoid battery leakage:
• Do not mix old and new batteries or batteries of different types: alkaline, standard
(carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium).
• Insert batteries as indicated inside the battery compartment.
• Remove batteries during long periods of non-use. Always remove exhausted batteries from
the toy. Dispose of batteries safely. Do not dispose of this product in a fire. The batteries inside
may explode or leak.
• Never short-circuit the battery terminals.
• Use only batteries of the same or equivalent type, as recommended.
• Do not charge non-rechargeable batteries.
• Remove rechargeable batteries from the toy before charging.
• If removable, rechargeable batteries are used, they are only to be charged under
adult supervision.
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Recycling Information
If your product contains replaceable button cell batteries, please remove and recycle the
battery(ies). If the batteries in your product are not replaceable, please recycle your product.
• Visit your nearest recycling center. For the location of the nearest recycling center, visit us online
at www.service.mattel.com.
• If a recycling center is not available in your area, contact us for a pre-paid mailing label. Visit us
online at www.service.mattel.com or call us toll-free, 1-800-432-5437.
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Turning the Camera On and Off
Power Button
• Press the power button on the back of the camera to turn it on. You will hear a tone.
• To turn the camera off, press and hold the power button until you hear a tone and the camera
shuts off.
Hint: If you have not used the camera for a while, it shuts off automatically. To turn it back on,
simply press the power button.
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Taking a Picture
• Have your child look through the viewfinder or look at
the LCD screen to line up a picture.
• While holding the camera steady, press the shutter button
on the front of the camera to take a picture. Listen for a
“shutter sound” and the camera
appears on the
LCD screen.
• The picture you just took will stay on the LCD screen for
a few seconds so you can make sure you “got the shot.”
Hint: A number appears in the lower part of the LCD
screen to indicate the number of pictures taken.
Shutter Button
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Using the Flash
Flash Indicator
• If you are taking pictures in low light (dim light) and the flash is required, the flash will operate
automatically. A lightning bolt appears on the LCD screen and blinks until the flash is ready.
• While holding the camera steady, press the shutter button to take a picture.
Hint: The flash works best when your picture subject is about 4 ft. - 7.5 ft. (1.22 m - 2.23 m)
from the camera.
• When the batteries are getting weak, the flash will not fully charge and the no flash lightning
bolt
appears on the LCD screen. It’s time for an adult to change the “AA“ (LR6) batteries,
see page 10.
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Reviewing Pictures
Image Back
Button
Image Forward
Button
012
• Press the image forward or image back buttons to review the pictures you have taken.
• When you are finished reviewing, the camera switches back to normal picture taking mode
in a few seconds.
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Deleting Pictures
012
Image Delete Button
• If you decide you do not want a picture, locate it by using the image forward or back buttons.
• Press the image delete button X . A trash can with a question mark
appears on the
LCD screen.
• If you want to delete the picture press the image delete button again.
• If you decide you do not want to delete a picture, simply wait a few seconds for the trash can
to disappear.
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Transferring Pictures to Your Computer
System Requirements
Operating System ........................ OS WIN ’98 and up
Hardware..................................... Pentium Class 500 MHz processor or better
Hard Drive Space......................... 75 MB hard drive space recommended
CD ROM ....................................... CD-R Burner for any CD burning
Input Port...................................... USB (version 1.1 or higher)
Note: While PhotoShow™ Deluxe is not Macintosh compatible, the camera can be connected
as a mountable USB device. Simply drag photos to a folder or to your desktop. Use any image
editing software to manage or edit your photos.
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Installing PhotoShowTM Deluxe Software
Note: Your Kid Tough™ Digital Camera includes PhotoShow™ Deluxe Software to view,
manage or edit your digital pictures. If you already have image viewing/editing/managing
software installed on your computer, you do not need to use PhotoShow™ Deluxe Software.
• Insert the PhotoShow™ Deluxe CD into the CD-ROM drive of your computer.
• The software installer launches automatically. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete
the installation.
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Connecting Your Camera to Your Computer
• Insert the USB cord (smaller end) into the USB port on your camera.
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Connecting Your Camera to Your Computer
• Insert the larger end of the USB
cord into a USB port on your
computer, generally marked with
this symbol
.
• The camera turns on automatically
and USB appears on the LCD
screen
.
Note: Do not disconnect the camera or
computer while pictures are importing.
Connection Indicator
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Importing Your Photos
Manage Button
• Double click the PhotoShow™ Deluxe shortcut on your desktop to launch the software.
• Double click the Manage button.
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Importing Your Photos
Select
• Select the Removable Disk (E:) option from the Cameras and Memory Cards menu and the
photos on your camera will import (transfer) into the software (on your computer).
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Importing Your Photos
Select All
Check Box
Go Button
• Click the “select all” button on the top menu to import all photos. Or, to select some,
click the checkbox in the lower right corner of the images you want to import.
• Click the “Go” button to proceed.
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Importing Your Photos
Type Album Name Here
Type Comments
or Keywords
Here
• Name your album and enter any comment or keywords you’d like.
• Your new album will now appear in your list of albums. You can edit, share or watch a slideshow of the pictures in your album.
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Using PhotoShow TM Deluxe
Hand Tool
• To edit a photo in your album, move the hand tool over the photo you would like to edit. A small
menu box “pops up” with six options:
• Click edit
Edit
Print
Rotate Clockwise
E-mail
Rotate Counter-clockwise
Delete
to make changes to your picture.
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Using PhotoShowTM Deluxe
Help
Adjustment
Tools
• A new window opens with several adjustment tools to change your picture. You can: crop, add
text, fix red-eye and more!
Hint: For further information and tips on use of these or any features in PhotoShow™ Deluxe,
click ? near the top of the screen.
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Exiting PhotoShowTM Deluxe
Close Window
• To exit PhotoShow™ Deluxe, click close window X at the top of the window.
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Disconnecting Your Camera
•
•
•
•
To disconnect your camera, click “eject disk”
on your computer's task bar.
Select the “USB Mass Storage Device” (your camera) and click “stop.”
Click “OK” to confirm.
A message will appear on your computer screen advising you to remove your device (camera).
• Unplug the USB cord from your computer, then your camera. The camera shuts off automatically.
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Using an Optional SD Card
Add an optional SD card (not included and sold separately) to store more pictures on your camera.
SD Card (not included)
• Make sure the camera is turned off.
• Loosen the screws in the battery
compartment door. Remove the
battery compartment door.
• Gently insert an SD card into the slot
in the camera bottom, as shown.
Gently press the SD card down.
You will feel a click when the
SD card is in place.
Note: The card will fit one way.
Please insert the card carefully.
• Replace the battery compartment
door and tighten the screws.
• When you turn the camera back
on, the card
will appear on the
LCD screen.
• To remove the SD card, gently
press the end of the card and it
will “pop“ out.
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Using an Optional SD Card
Your Kid Tough™ Digital Camera has an internal memory that stores approximately 50 pictures.
If you’d like to be able to take and store more than 50 pictures, we recommend purchasing and
using an SD card (sold separately and not included). Here is the approximate image storage
capacity with typical SD cards:
8 MB.................................. 68 pictures
16 MB ................................ 136 pictures
32 MB ............................... 272 pictures
64 MB ............................... 544 pictures
128 MB .............................. 1088 pictures
256 MB ............................. 2176 pictures
512 MB .............................. 4352 pictures
1 GB ................................... 8500 pictures
Notes:
• If you use your Kid Tough™ Digital Camera with an SD card (sold separately and not included),
pictures already stored in your camera’s memory are not visible. To see them again, simply
remove the SD card.
• When using an SD card from another camera, pictures already on the SD card may be lost
when inserted into the Kid Tough™ Digital Camera. We recommend using a new SD card with
this camera.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Solution
Camera will not take pictures
Batteries are weak
or exhausted
Replace the batteries in the
camera with four, new “AA” (LR6)
alkaline batteries.
Camera is turned off
Press the power button on the back
of the camera to turn it on.
Camera memory or SD card
is full of images
appears
on the LCD screen
Download images to your computer
or use the delete button on the
camera to remove some of them.
Flash does not work because
batteries are weak or exhausted
Replace the batteries in the
camera with four, new “AA” (LR6)
alkaline batteries.
You are out of the range
of the flash
The range of the flash is from about
4 ft. - 7.5 ft. (1.22 m - 2.23 m).
Photos too bright
You are too close to your subject
Back up. The range of the flash is from
about 4 ft. - 7.5 ft. (1.22 m - 2.23 m).
Flash takes too long to recharge
Batteries are weak
or exhausted
Replace the batteries in the
camera with four, new “AA” (LR6)
alkaline batteries.
Photos too dark
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Solution
Photos are blurry
Lens may be dirty or smudged
Clean the lens with a soft cloth.
Camera moved when picture
was taken
Try to keep the camera steady when
you take pictures.
Flash may not have
been charged
Wait for flash to fully charge before
you take a picture .
You are too close to your subject
Back up – the focus range is from
about 4 ft. (1.22 m) - infinity
PhotoShowTM Deluxe software
is not installed
Insert PhotoShowTM Deluxe CD into the
CD-ROM drive of your computer and
install the software.
USB cord may not be
properly connected
Check cord connections on both your
camera and your computer.
Camera is not recognizing
SD card (not included,
sold separately)
SD card is corrupted or
not certified
Use only certified SD cards.
Pictures on my camera
were gone after changing
“AA” (LR6) batteries
CR-2032 button cell battery is
weak or exhausted
Replace the CR-2032 button
cell battery.
Can not transfer pictures to
the computer
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Care
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•
•
•
•
Keep water, sand and dirt off of the camera.
Keep the camera away from direct sunlight and excessive heat.
Wipe the camera with a soft, clean cloth. Do not immerse this toy.
This camera has no consumer serviceable parts. Please do not take this toy apart.
Do not drop the camera on a hard surface.
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FCC Statement (United States Only)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Note: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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Consumer Information
Visit us on line at www.service.fisher-price.com.
Call our Consumer Relations Department, toll-free at 1-800-432-5437, 9 AM - 7 PM EST
Monday through Friday and 11 AM - 7 PM EST Saturday. Hearing-impaired consumers using
TTY/TDD equipment, please call 1-800-382-7470.
Write to us at: Fisher-Price® Consumer Relations, 636 Girard Avenue, East Aurora,
New York 14052.
For support using the PhotoShowTM Deluxe software visit support.simplestar.com
For countries outside the United States:
CANADA: Questions? 1-800-432-5437. Mattel Canada Inc., 6155 Freemont Blvd., Mississauga, Ontario L5R 3W2;
www.service.mattel.com.
GREAT BRITAIN: Mattel UK Ltd, Vanwall Business Park, Maidenhead SL6 4UB. Helpline: 01628 500303.
www.service.mattel.com/uk.
AUSTRALIA: Mattel Australia Pty. Ltd., 658 Church Street, Locked Bag #870, Richmond, Victoria 3121 Australia.
Consumer Advisory Service 1300 135 312.
NEW ZEALAND: 16-18 William Pickering Drive, Albany 1331, Auckland.
ASIA: Mattel East Asia Ltd, Room 1106, South Tower, World Finance Centre, Harbour City, Tsimshatsui, HK, China.
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