Manual - MaKant Europe
Manual
1. Get to know your camera
Scene
3. Explanation of the status icons
Image size
Still
Digital still camera
Digital video camcorder
5.0 Mega pixels resolution sensor
Built-in flash Light
4x digital zoom
2.7" TFT color display
32MB Nand Flash memory
Lithium Battery
Anti-shaking still capture
PictBridge
Smill capture
4. Details for camera setting
2. Functional parts
1
Function
Mode selected
Description
Photographs mode.
Video capture mode.
Photo playback mode.
SET
1
Shutter Button
2
Power on/off button Press this button to turn on, press again to turn off.
3
Strap Hole
Hook for attaching the wrist strap to the camera.
4
Busy indicator
When the indicator is blinking,the camera is busy.
Microphone
Record the Sound.
Records the image to be taken.
Note: Keep the lens clean. Dirt and fingerprints will affect the
quality of the picture.
Use the built-in flash to give the subject extra lighting if it is in
dark surrounding(the best flash distance is recommended within
1.5m).
5
Lens
6
Flash light
7
Macro/Far switch
Selected resolution
3648 x 2048H
2592 x 1944
3M pixel resolution
2048 x 1536
2MHD pixel resolution
1920 x1080H
VGA resolution
640 x480
Anti-shake
On / Off
Anti-shaking
Continue Shot
On / Off
Continu Shot
Face Detect
On / Off
Face Detect
Smile Capture
On / Off
Off/2 Seconds/5
Seconds/10 Seconds
Smile Captur
Exposure
From +3to -3
Exposure set
ISO
Auto/100/200/400
Sensitivity se
Auto
Automatic wh
White balance
surrounding
White balance
surrounding
White balance
Incandescen
White balance
fluorescent su
Sharpness se
Image size
Macro mode: Select this mode to take close-up
photographs (distance 30cm - 45cm).
4
Flash indicator
Fluorescent
12M = 4032x3024; 8M=3264x2448
5M = 2560x1920;
3M = 2048x1536;
1.3M = 1280x960;
VGA = 640x480 /10s Timer
Normal/Macro
mode indicator
6
Photo/Video
counter
8
Remaining time for
shooting
Zoom in
9
Zoom out
7
Sharpness
Normal/Sharp/Soft
Quality
Supper fine/Fine/Normal
VGA(640x480)/QVGA(32
0x240)
On/Off/Set Date
1Minute / 3
Minutes/5Minutes/None
Video size
Date
Auto power off
Auto flash: The camera determines if
the flash should be used or not.
Language
No flash : The flash is turned off..
5
Cloudy
Incandescent
Auto/ Scenery/ Portrait/ Night Scenery/ Night
Portrait/ High Sensitivity,/ Beach,
Force flash: The flash is on in any
environment.
Press this button to take photographs.
3264 x 2448
5M pixel resolution
White balance
Setup
3
Scene mode
4000x3000
8 M pixel resolution
Daylight
Video playback mode.
2
12M pixel resolution
7MHD pixel resolution
Self-Timer
Item
Auto/Night Portrait/Night
Scenery/Portrait/Scenery/ Scene Settin
Beach/High sensitivity
14M pixel resolution
4416 x 3312
Frequency
Mode (0.5m – infinity).
Macro mode (25cm – 40cm).
Format
Default setting
50Hz / 60Hz
Internal Memory/
SD card format
Cancel / OK
Cancel
Photo mode: No. of pictures had been taken.
Video mode: Recording time in second.
Playback mode: No. of pictures or video file.
Self-Timer se
Quality settin
Video size se
Date or time
Auto power o
Select displa
Select power
location
Format the m
selection.
Default settin
Exist Menu
Note: The camera will remain the last setting when it is turned off.
5. Using the camera
8
LCD screen
Normal mode: Select this mode to take photographs from
0.5m - infinity.
Display photographs, video clips, camera setting and menu.
9
Multi-fuction(A)
Press this button to digital zoom in.
10
Zoom out
10
Multi-fuction(B)
Press this button to digital zoom out.
11
Battery indicator
11
Left / Scene
Press it to enter scene menu.
12
Right / Playback
Press it to enter playback mode.
12
SD card inserted
13
Menu Button
Press it to enter camera setting mode.
14
Up/Flash
Press it to enter flash mode.
13
alert-anti-shaking
15
Down/Video Mode
14
Exposure value
Show EV±value.
16
USB inside
15
ISO
Sensitivity select.
17
SD card slot
Press it to start/stop recording video.
Via this connection, you can download photographs and video
clips to a computer.
SD card storage location.
18
Battery door
Door for battery.
16
Picture quality
Zoom in icon
Zoom out icon
The battery is full.
5.1 Installing the battery
1.
2.
3.
Open the battery door.
Insert Lithium battery into the camera.
Close the battery door.
The battery is empty.
Alert user to hold the camera steadily.-on/off
Super fine.
Fine.
Normal.
5.2 Inserting a memory card (not included)
This camera has built-in internal memory. This memory can be extended w
(not included).
Follow the instructions given below to insert the optional SD memory card i
1.
2.
Turn off the camera first.
Insert the SD card into the camera.
Note: There is only one right direction to insert the SD memory card into the slot. Do not force the
card into the slot, or else it may damage both the camera and the SD memory card.
Note: The SD memory card must be formatted before taking photographs. See the following
sections for more information.
5.8
Turn on the camera.
2.
For setting the resolution, Press MENU button and select setup menu, then press the up or
down button to select the Video Size icon,the press MENU button to comfirm. Two
resolution will be displayed.
VGA (640 x 480) QVGA( 320 x 240).
Press the DOWN button to start recording video, press the DOWN button again to stop
recording. The video clip will now be saved as an AVI file in the camera memory.
3.
5.9
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.3 Formatting the memory or SD card
Formatting SD card will delete all information in SD card.
1.
Turn on the camera ,press the menu button in PHOTO mode.
2.
Select the setup mode by press the right or left button.
3.
Select the format icon by press the up or down button and press the Menu button to
confirm.
4.
Select OK icon by press the up or down button and press the Menu button to confirm.
5.
Press up or down button to select yes icon and press the Menu button to confirm.
5.4 Setting the Image Size
The camera can be set to different resolutions.
1.
Press the menu button in PHOTO mode, select the Image Size icon by right or left key and
press the up or down butto to select the resolutions.
2.
8 different resolutions will be displayed. Select the desired resolution by using the up or
down buttons and press the Menu button to confirm the selection.
5.5
Taking photographs
1.
2.
Turn on the camera.
Depending on the distance to the object being photographed, use macro switch to adjust
the distance. Select the flower symbol (
) if you wish to take a close-up photograph
(30cm –45cm).
If you wish to take video or photograph of surroundings or people (0.5m – infinity),set the
macro switch to normal mode (
).
3.
If you are not sure if there is enough lighting, turn the automatic flash(
) on by pressing
the up(flash) button. (If the battery power is too low, the flash won’t be activated).
4.
Use the LCD screen to aim the object you wish to take photograph.
Use the face detection to aim the people you wish to take photograph.
6.
Press SHUTTER button and wait until the LCD display turn on again.
7.
If ‘SMILE’ detection is ON, shutter will be activate automatically once a smile face is
detected
Caution: 1) Taking picture for fast-moving object is not recommended.
2) Image may be distorted when taking picture in a moving vehicle.
5.6
5.10 Playback video clips
1.
2.
3.
4.
Self-timer setting
You can use the self-timer function when you wish to take a photograph for yourself or when you
wish to take a photograph for an object which the camera must be as still as possible.
1.
Set the camera to photo mode.
2.
Press the MENU button. The menu will appear.
3.
Press the Right or Left button to select Self Timer menu .
4.
Press the up or down button to set the delay time: Off/2seconds/5seconds/10seconds.
5.
Press the MENU button to confirm. The self-timer function is now ready for use.
6.
Aim at the object you wish to take photo.
7.
Press the SHUTTER button to take a photograph.
8.
The photo will be taken after the timer reaches the delay time that you pre-setted and the
self timer LED indicator will flash 2, 5 or 10 seconds ( per you selection) until the photo is
taken.
8. System requirement
CPU
Windows XP / Vista or above
Mac 10.5.x or later
Pentium III or above
RAM
At least 128MB
Interface
USB port
CD
4x speed CD ROM or above
Operating system
Playback photographs
Press the RIGHT button to get into playback mode.
Press the left or right buttons to see photographs.
Press the B button turn to camera mode.
Press the A button to delete the image.
Press the RIGHT button to get into playback mode , press the RIGHT or LEFT button to
select the video and press the UP button to play and press again to stop the playback.
When playing the video press right button to puse the playback.
Press the B button turn to camera mode.
Press the A button to delete the video.
5.11 Delete photographs and video clips
You can choose to delete a single photograph / video clip, or delete all the photographs / video
clips in the memory.
Follow the instructions given below to delete photograph.
1.
Press the RIGHT button to enter the playback mode.
2.
Press left or right button to select photograph/video clip to be delete.
3.
Press the MENU button and press RIGHT OR LEFT button and select Delete Icon.and
select Delete This Image(Video) / All .
4.
Press the MENU button to confirm.
NOTE: Select “All” and Press the SHUTTER button to confirm, all the pictures and videos will be
deleted.
6. Connecting to a PC
The unit can be connected to the computer as mass storage device and transfer photo/video files
for storage.
7. Specifications
Sensor
Image resolution
Zoom in and out
Zoom in or out by pressing the Button A or Button B, a Zoom out icon will appear on the display,
4x is the maximum zoom ratio.
5.7
Recording video clips
1.
Lens
Focus range
Macro mode
Digital zoom
Flash strobe
LCD display
White balance
Video mode
External memory card
File format
Self timer
PC interface
Power source
5.0 Mega pixel CMOS sensor
14 Mega pixels: (4416 x 3312)
12 Mega pixels: (4000x3000)
8 Mega pixels: (3264 x 2448)
7Mega pixels: (3648 x 2048)
5Mga pixels: (2592 x 1944)
3Mega pixels: (2048 x 1536)
2Mega pixels: (1920 x1080)
VGA: (640x480)
F/3.0 f = 7mm
0.5m. ~ Infinity
25cm – 40cm
4x
Built-in ( Auto / force / off )
2.7" TFT color display
Auto/Daylight/Cloudy/Incandescent/Fluorescent
VGA&QVGA
SD card supports up to32GB
Picture: JPEG, Video: AVI
Off/2Seconds/5Seconds/10 seconds
USB 2.0
Lithium battery
9. Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
S
Cannot turn on the camera
Low battery power.
Battery placed at wrong
polarities.
Replace or
correctly.
Photos can not be saved
when taking pictures.
The memory card or built-in Format the m
memory hasn’t been
mode of the
formatted properly.
refer to sectio
Cannot find removable disk Connection failure.
after connecting the
camera to the computer.
Make sure al
are secured
computer if n
Flash does not work.
Battery power is too low.
Please charg
The photos are blurry
1. The camera is not held
steadily
2. The lens of camera is
dirty.
1. Hold the c
it beeps w
photo.
2. Clean the
cloth.
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