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HP CB350 Digital Camera User manual
HP CA350/CB350
Digital Camera
User Manual
Table of Contents
Preface.......................................................................................v
About this Manual............................................................................................................v
Copyright........................................................................................................................v
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Compliance.....................................................v
Declaration of Conformity.................................................................................................vi
Trademark Recognition....................................................................................................vi
Safety and Handling Precautions Camera Information.........................................................vi
Battery Information.........................................................................................................vii
Camera & battery recycle notice........................................................................................vii
Camera on operating notice..............................................................................................vii
Using this Menu..............................................................................................................viii
Photography Terms and Definitions..................................................................................viii
Package Contents......................................................................1
Getting Started..........................................................................2
Attaching the Wrist Strap..................................................................................................2
Inserting the Batteries......................................................................................................2
Inserting an SD/SDHC Memory Card..................................................................................3
Camera Memory...............................................................................................................4
Camera Views..................................................................................................................4
Front View...................................................................................................................................4
Back View....................................................................................................................................5
Top View.....................................................................................................................................5
Bottom View................................................................................................................................5
Left/Right View............................................................................................................................6
Initial Settings.................................................................................................................8
Setting the Language...................................................................................................................8
Using Setup Menu........................................................................................................................8
Setting Battery Type.....................................................................................................................9
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Modes...........................................................................................................................10
Shooting mode...........................................................................................................................10
Playback mode...........................................................................................................................10
Switching between Shooting mode and Playback Mode.................................................................10
Selecting the Shooting mode options...........................................................................................11
LCD Monitor Layout and Icon Descriptions......................................................................12
Shooting Mode Screen Layout.....................................................................................................12
Playback Mode Screen Layout.........................................................................................14
Playback mode display of still images...........................................................................................14
Playback mode of videos.............................................................................................................15
Playback mode of audio clips.......................................................................................................15
Changing the LCD Monitor Display...............................................................................................17
Using Shooting Functions.........................................................19
Shooting Image.............................................................................................................19
Taking Photos............................................................................................................................19
Using the Stabilizer.....................................................................................................................19
Setting the Zoom Control................................................................................................20
Zoom buttons.............................................................................................................................20
Using Flash................................................................................................................................20
Setting the Focus Mode..............................................................................................................22
Using the Function Menu................................................................................................24
Shooting Mode...........................................................................................................................24
Resolution.................................................................................................................................25
Quality.......................................................................................................................................25
EV Compensation.......................................................................................................................25
White Balance............................................................................................................................26
ISO...........................................................................................................................................27
Metering....................................................................................................................................27
Color Mode................................................................................................................................28
Shooting Menu..............................................................................................................29
Setting the Shooting Scene Mode................................................................................................29
- Using Smile Capture Mode.......................................................................................................33
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- Using Intelligent Scene Mode...................................................................................................33
- Using Blink Detection Mod.......................................................................................................36
- Using Aperture Priority Mode...................................................................................................37
- Using Shutter Priority Mode.....................................................................................................37
- Using Manual Exposure Mode..................................................................................................38
Setting the Self-Timer/Burst........................................................................................................39
Setting the AEB..........................................................................................................................40
Setting the AF Area....................................................................................................................40
Setting the AF Lamp...................................................................................................................41
Setting Sharpness......................................................................................................................41
Setting Saturation.......................................................................................................................42
Setting Contrast.........................................................................................................................43
Setting the Digital Zoom.............................................................................................................43
Setting the Date & Time Imprint..................................................................................................44
Setting Instant Review................................................................................................................45
Recording Videos........................................................................................................................45
Setting the Video Quality.............................................................................................................46
YouTube Mode...........................................................................................................................47
Recording Voices........................................................................................................................48
Using the Viewing Functions...................................................49
Viewing in Single Navigation...........................................................................................49
Viewing thumbnails........................................................................................................49
Zooming images............................................................................................................51
Playing Videos...............................................................................................................51
To capture screenshot image from a video clip.................................................................52
Playing Voice Recording..................................................................................................53
Playing Voice Memo.......................................................................................................53
Deleting an Image/Video/Audio.......................................................................................54
Playback Menu...............................................................................................................55
View Slideshow..............................................................................................................56
Delete...........................................................................................................................56
Protect..........................................................................................................................57
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Remove Red Eyes..........................................................................................................58
Voice Memo...................................................................................................................59
Modify Color...................................................................................................................60
Crop.................................................................................................................62
Resize...........................................................................................................................63
DPOF.............................................................................................................................64
PictBridge......................................................................................................................65
Making Connections.................................................................66
Connecting the Camera a PC...........................................................................................66
Connecting the Camera to a Printer.................................................................................66
Troubleshooting....................................................................67
Getting Help.............................................................................68
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Preface
About this Manual
This manual is designed to assist you in using your new digital camera. All information
presented is as accurate as possible but is subject to change without notice.
For the latest revision, please visit www.hp.com/support.
Copyright
This manual contains proprietary information protected by copyright. All rights are reserved.
No part of this manual may be reproduced by any mechanical, electronic or other means, in
any form, without prior written permission of the manufacturer. © Copyright 2009
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Compliance
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 distance between the equipment and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Warning: A shielded-type power cord is required in order to meet FCC emission limits
and to prevent interference to radio and television reception. Use only shielded cable
to connect I/O devices to this equipment. Any changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the manufacturer may void your warranty and service agreement.
Declaration of Conformity
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following
conditions:
• This device may not cause harmful interference.
• This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Trademark Recognition
Windows 2000/XP/Vista are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and/or other countries. Macintosh and Mac OS are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
In addition, all other companies or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks
of their respective companies.
Safety and Handling Precautions Camera Information
• Do not take apart or attempt to service the camera yourself.
• Do not expose the camera to moisture, or extreme temperatures.
• Allow the camera to warm up when moving from cold to warm temperatures.
• Do not touch the camera lens.
• Do not expose the lens to direct sunlight for extended periods.
• Do not use abrasive chemicals, cleaning solvents or strong detergents to clean the
product. Wipe the product with a slightly damp soft cloth.
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Battery Information
• If batteries are already installed, make sure to power off camera before removing and
inserting new batteries.
• When using batteries in this product, ensure that they are inserted correctly. Inserting the
batteries upside down can cause damage to the product and possibly cause an explosion.
• When the camera is used for an extended period of time, it is normal for the camera
body to feel warm.
Camera & battery recycle notice
In the European Union, do not discard this product and battery as unsorted municipal waste.
Contact local authorities for recycling program information.
Camera on operating notice
On operating temperatures
Your camera is designed for use under the temperatures between 0°C and 40°C (32°F and
104°F). Shooting in extremely cold or hot places that exceed this range is not recommended.
Do not use/ store the camera in the following places
• In an extremely hot, cold or humid place. In places such as in a car parked in the sun,
the camera body may become deformed and this may cause a malfunction.
• Under direct sunlight or near a heater, the camera body may become discolored or
deformed, and this may cause a malfunction.
• Close and contact with magnetic objects.
• Be careful not to let sand or dust get into the camera. This may cause the camera to
malfunction, and in some cases this malfunction cannot be repaired.
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Using this Menu
Symbols used in this manual are explained below:
Note
This indicates useful information when using your camera.
Warning
This indicates warning message that should be read before using the function.
Photography Terms and Definitions
Terms
Definitions
auto exposure bracketing (AEB)
A simple technique professional photographers use to ensure
they properly expose their pictures, especially in challenging
lighting situations. When AEB is selected, the camera
automatically takes three or more shots with a different
exposure for each frame.
auto focus (AF)
Auto focus refers to a camera lens’ ability to adjust its
configuration in order to focus properly on a subject regardless
of whether it is near or far from the camera. Auto focus lenses
generally provide vastly superior image quality than do their
fixed focus cousins since they do not have to rely on their depth
of field. Also known as: “AF”, “auto-focus”
album
An end-user created object that is used to logically group data
objects according to some user-defined criteria. An album may
or may not be a physical folder in a file system.
Analog to Digital Converter (A/D
or ADC)
A circuit that converts an analog signal, having a continuously
varying amplitude, to a digitally quantized representation using
binary output signals.
aspect ratio
cf. image aspect ratio, pixel aspect ratio.
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auto white balance (AWB)
With auto white balance, the camera attempts to determine the
color temperature of the light and automatically adjust for that
color temperature. Many people just leave the camera set to
auto white balance all the time.
Charge Coupled Device (CCD)
A type of silicon integrated circuit used to convert light into an
electronic signal.
compression
The process of encoding information using fewer bits cf. image
compression, sound file compression
Digital Print Order Format
(DPOF)
A standardized ASCII file created in a digital camera and stored
on removable media along with the image files that indicate how
many copies of which images should be printed. It also allows
index prints, cropping, and text overlays to be specified.
digital still camera (DSC)
A camera incorporating an image sensor which outputs a digital
signal representing a still picture, or records a digital signal
representing a still picture on a removable medium, such as a
memory card or magnetic disk.
dynamic range
cf. ISO DSC dynamic range, colour gamut, luminance ratio
Exif/JPEG
A compressed file format for digital cameras in which the images
are compressed using the baseline JPEG standard, described in
ISO 12234-2, and metadata and thumbnail images are stored
using TIFF tags within an application segment at the beginning
of the JPEG file.
exposure index
A numerical value that is inversely proportional to the exposure
provided to an image sensor to obtain an image. Images
obtained from a camera using a range of exposure index values
will normally provide a range of image quality levels.
ISO speed
A numerical value calculated from the exposure provided at the
focal plane of an electronic camera to produce specified camera
output signal characteristics using the methods described in the
referenced standard. The ISO speed should correlate with the
highest exposure index value that provides peak image quality
for normal scenes.
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JPEG
Joint Photographic Experts Group. An image compression
method defined in ISO/IEC 10918-1.
protocol
Defined mechanisms for exchanging data between devices.
StorageID
A device-specific four byte unsigned integer (UINT32) that
represents a unique storage area that may contain data objects.
The most significant sixteen bits of a StorageID represents the
PhysicalStorageID, while the least significant sixteen bits of a
StorageID represents the LogicalStorageID.
USB
Universal serial bus, a digital interface for connecting up to 64
devices in a tiered-star topology. See http://www.usb.org.
white balance
The adjustment of electronic still picture color channel gains or
image processing so that radiation with relative spectral power
distribution equal to that of the scene illumination source is
rendered as a visual neutral.
Source: ISO/WE 12231 Photography-- Electronic still-picture cameras -- Terminology
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Package Contents
Please check the contents of your camera package. It should contain:
Digital camera
AA battery x 2 pcs
Wrist strap
USB cable
Warranty Card
User Manual and Software
installation
Quick Start guide
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Getting Started
Attaching the Wrist Strap
Follow these instructions to attach the wrist strap
to your camera to better protect your new camera:
1. Insert the smaller loop of the strap in the strap
eyelet.
2. Thread the larger loop of the strap though the short
loop and pull tight to attach the strap to the camera.
.
Inserting the Batteries
Follow these instructions to insert the AA batteries into the battery compartment.If batteries
are already installed, make sure to power off camera before inserting new batteries. Please
read “Battery Information” before inserting/removing batteries.
1. If batteries are already installed, make sure to power off camera before removing and
inserting new batteries.
2. Open the battery compartment at the bottom of the camera.
3. Insert the batteries into the compartment with the terminal facing inside the camera
and the batteries indent next to the compartment door.
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4. Close the battery compartment.
Inserting an SD/SDHC Memory Card
Expand your camera’s storage by using SD or SDHC memory cards.
1. Open the SD card compartment at the bottom
of the camera.
2. Insert the SD/SDHC card into the memory card
slot with the metallic contacts facing the back
side of the camera.
3. Push the SD/SDHC card into the memory slot
until it clicks into place.
4. Close the SD card compartment.
To remove the SD/SDHC card
3
1. Open the battery compartment.
2. Gently push the card until it clicks and pops
out.
3. Pull out the card carefully.
Camera Memory
Your camera supports SD cards of up to 4GB in size. It also supports SDHC cards with a
maximum capacity of 32GB. If there is a storage card inserted in the memory slot, the
camera automatically saves all images, videos and audio clips in the external storage card.
The
Warning
icon indicates the camera is using SD card.
Not all cards may be compatible with your camera. When purchasing additional cards, please
check the card specifications. You can ensure optimal compatibility by purchasing HP brand SD
cards.
Camera Views
Front View
Flash
Self-Timer LED /
AF Assist Lamp
Zoom Lens
Microphone
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Back View
Zoom buttons
Play button ‫٭‬1
LCD screen
Operation Lamp
OK / 4-way navigation control
Quick Functions ‫٭‬2
FUNC / Delete button ‫٭‬3
Menu button ‫٭‬4
# Please refer to the notes for marked item with ‫ ٭‬at page 6
Top View
Power button
Stabilizer button
Speaker
Shutter button
Bottom View
Battery compartment
SD card compartment
5
Left/Right View
USB
Strap ring
Button ‫٭‬1: Play
If the camera is turned off, press and hold to turn on camera in Playback mode.
If the camera is turned on, press to toggle camera to Playback or Shooting mode.
Button ‫٭‬2: FUNC/Delete
In Shooting mode, press to enter FUNC menu.
In Playback mode, press to delete an image, video or audio clip.
Button ‫٭‬3: Navigation Control
The 4-way Navigation Control and the OK button allows you to access the various menus
available from the On Screen Display (OSD). Further functions of these buttons are as follows:
Face Tracking/
OK Button
Rotate Button
Flash Button
Macro Button
Display Button
Button ‫٭‬4: Menu button
Press Menu button on camera exits if you’ve navigated into mode settings and don’t want to
make a selection
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Button
Usage
OK
1. Confirm a selection when using the OSD menus.
Flash/ Right
1. In Shooting mode, press to scroll through the flash mode options. (Auto, Anti
Red-eye, Slow Sync and Off)
2. In Playback mode, press to view the next image, video or audio clip.
3. In Playback Video mode, press to fast forward video playback
4. In Menu mode, press to change submenus.
Macro/ Left
1. In Shooting mode, press to switch focus mode (Macro, PF, INF).
2. In Playback mode, press to view the previous image, video or audio clip.
3. In Playback Video mode, press to rewind video playback
4. In Menu, press to exit a submenu or to navigate through the menu selections.
Up/Face
Tracking/ Rotate
1. In Menu mode, press to navigate through the menu and submenu selections.
2. In Shooting mode, press to turn the face tracking function on and off.
3. In Playback Video/ Audio mode, press to Start/Pause video or audio playback.
4. In Playback photo mode, press to rotate the image clockwise 90 degrees by each
press of the button. This feature is applicable for still images only.
Display/Down
1. In Playback mode, press to change the LCD screen display to show or hide OSD
icons.
2. In Shooting mode, press to change LCD screen display to show or hide OSD icons
and guide lines.
3. In Menu mode, press to navigate through the menu and submenu selections.
4. In Playback Video/ Audio mode, press to stop video/audio playback.
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Initial Settings
You will be prompted to set up the language and the date and time when the camera is
turned on for the first time.
Setting the Language
1. Press
,
,
or
to move through the selection.
2. Select a language, and then press OK to apply.
Using Setup Menu
You can access the Setup menu whether you are in Shooting or Playback mode. The Setup
menu allows you to configure general camera settings.
To go to Setup Menu:
1. Press MENU to launch the Shooting/Playback
Menu.
2. Use the
or
tab to Setup
or
3. Use the
menu selections.
key to change the menu
menu.
key to move through the
Camera Sounds
Auto Power Off
Display Timeout
Date & Time Imprint
Language
File Numbering
4. To select an item, press the OK button or
.
5. Change the submenu settings using the 4-way navigation control.
6. Press the OK button to save and apply settings.
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1min
OFF
Setting Battery Type
To ensure the camera displays the battery level correctly, be sure to set the battery type in
Setup Menu to match the installed battery type: Alkaline / NiMH / Lithium / Oxyride.
TV Configuration
D
Alka Alkaline
BatteryNiMH
Type
NiMH
Memory
Lithium
Li Kit
Reset Oxy
All Oxyride
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NTSC
Alka
Modes
Your camera has two modes:
Shooting mode
• Set to Shooting mode to capture images and record videos and audio clips.
• Shooting mode can be further set to many options such as auto, video and scene
selection. See “Selecting the Shooting mode options” below.
Playback mode
• Set your camera to Playback mode so you can view and edit captured images as well as
playback videos and audio clips. You can also attach a voice memo to any image in this
mode.
Shooting mode is selected by default when using the Power button to turn on the camera.
When you turn on your camera using the Power button, it will automatically set to shooting
mode.
Switching between Shooting mode and Playback Mode
In Shooting mode, press the Play button to switch to Playback mode.
In Playback mode, press the Play button to switch back to Shooting mode.
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Selecting the Shooting mode options
1. Set the camera to Shooting mode.
2. Press
MENU
to launch Shooting mode Menu.
3. Select Shooting Mode, and then press
to enter submenu.
4. Select a mode.
5. Press the OK button to apply selected mode.
Shooting Mode
Self-Timer/Burst
AEB
AF Area
AF Lamp
Sharpness
Note
Use the 4-way navigation control to move through the menu selections.
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OFF
OFF
LCD Monitor Layout and Icon Descriptions
Shooting Mode Screen Layout
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2
4
3
5
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6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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24
23
22
21
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16 15
20 19 18 17
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No.
Item
Description
1
Shooting mode
Indicates the current mode.
2
Flash
Indicates flash settings.
3
Self-Timer/Burst
Indicates Self-Timer/Burst settings.
4
Zoom indicator
Displays zoom.
5
Shots remaining
Indicates the remaining shots available.
6
Battery
Indicates battery level.
7
Storage media
Indicates current storage media in use.
8
Date & Time Imprint
Indicates date & time imprint is enabled.
9
Auto Exposure Bracketing
(AEB)
Indicates AEB function is enabled
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10
Stabilizer
Indicates stabilizer function is enabled.
11
Saturation
Displays saturation settings.
12
Contrast
Displays contrast settings.
Histogram
Dispalys the darkest and brightest values, corresponding to black
and white respectively.
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ISO
Displays ISO settings.
15
Displays focus area settings
Use to frame subject to capture.
16
Shutter speed
Displays shutter speed settings.
17
Aperture value
Displays aperture settings.
18
Shake warning
Indicates that the camera is shaking.
19
Macro
Indicates macro is enabled.
20
Exposure
Displays exposure settings.
21
Face tracking
Indicates face tracking is enabled.
22
White balance
Displays white balance settings.
23
Metering
Displays metering settings.
24
Sharpness
Displays sharpness settings.
25
Quality
Displays quality settings.
26
Resolution
Displays resolution settings.
27
AF lamp
Indicates AF lamp is enabled.
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13
Playback Mode Screen Layout
The Playback mode display varies depending on the type of image being viewed.
Playback mode display of still images:
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2
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5
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6
7
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No.
Item
Description
1
Playback mode
Indicates playback mode.
2
Protect
Indicates file is protected.
3
Voice memo
Indicates voice memo is attached.
Button intro
Indicates the button to press on the camera to play a video or
audio file.
File Number
Indicates the current image file number and the total files in the
camera.
6
Battery
Indicates battery level.
7
Storage media
Indicates storage medium in use.
8
Recording information
Displays the image details of the current file.
9
DPOF
Indicates the file is marked for printing.
10
Resolution
Displays the resolution settings.
4
5
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Playback mode of videos:
1 2
34
5
27/27
9
6
7
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0:00:16 / 0:00:20
12
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WT
10
No.
Item
Description
1
Playback mode
Indicates playback mode.
2
Protect
Indicates file is protected.
3
Video clip
Indicates the file is a video.
Button intro
Indicates the button to press on the camera to play a video or
audio file.
File Number
Indicates the current image file number and the total files in the
camera.
6
Battery
Indicates battery level.
7
Storage media
Indicates storage medium in use.
8
Shooting information
Displays the image details of the current file.
9
Volume
Indicates volume settings.
Key indicator
Indicates the buttons to press on the camera to apply the
functions.
11
Played time
Indicates played time.
12
Playing status
Displays playing status.
4
5
10
15
Playback mode of audio clips:
1 2
3
4
27/27
8
5
6
OK :
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7
0:00:16 / 0:00:20
11
10
WT
9
No.
Item
Description
1
Playback mode
Indicates playback mode.
2
Protect
Indicates file is protected.
Button intro
Indicates the button to press on the camera to play a video or
audio file.
File no. / Total no.
Indicates the file number over the total number of files in the
storage card.
5
Battery
Indicates battery level.
6
Storage media
Indicates used storage memory.
7
Shooting information
Displays shooting information of the file.
8
Volume
Indicates volume settings.
Key indicator
Indicates the buttons to press on the camera to apply the
functions.
10
Played time
Indicates played time.
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Playing status
Displays playing status.
3
4
9
16
Changing the LCD Monitor Display
The type of information displayed on the LCD screen can be changed using the button.
307
307
8M
8M
0.0EV
Note
ISO AUTO
OSD on
Full OSD on
Guide lines on
OSD off
• The OSD information may vary depending on the shooting mode type.
• The following icons, if enabled, are still displayed on the LCD even when OSD off or Guide
lines on: AEB, Face tracking, AF lamp, Self-Timer/Burst, and Macro.
• Use the “Guide lines” to properly set image for capture.
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In Playback mode, the LCD display can be changed into any of the following:
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27/27
8M
OK :
8M
OK :
OK :
ISO 400
0EV
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OSD on
Note
F 3.0
1/ 30
2009/01/01 01:57
Full OSD on
LCD display cannot be changed in the following situations:
• Manual exposure mode
• Recording video or audio clips
• Playing video or audio clips
• Playing slide show
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OSD off
Using Shooting Functions
Shooting Image
Taking Photos
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1. Turn on the camera by pressing the Power
button. By doing this, your camera is also set
to shooting mode.
2. Frame the shot using the focus bracket on the
LCD monitor. See Image 1.
3. Press the shutter button half-way down. The
camera automatically adjusts the focus and
exposure. When the camera is ready to take
the photo, the frame bracket turns green, the
shutter speed and aperture value are displayed
See Image 2.
4. Fully press the Shutter button to capture
image.
Note
8M
0.0EV
When the shake warning icon
appears, hold
the camera steadily, use a tripod, or refer to “Using
the Stabilizer” section to stabilize the camera and
prevent blurred images.
ISO AUTO
Image 1
F 3.0
1/ 30
Image 2
Using the Stabilizer
The Stabilizer function prevents blurred images caused by shaking.
Stabilizer button
19
ISO AUTO
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To activate Stabilizer
8M
• Press the Stabilizer button on top of
your camera to enable/disable stabilizer.
Stabilizer
on
If Stabilizer is enabled, the stabilizer icon is
displayed on the LCD monitor and the ISO
setting is automatically set to Auto.
Setting the Zoom Control
Your camera features up to 3x optical zoom and up to 5x of digital zoom. Optical zoom is
achieved by mechanically adjusting the lens. While digital zoom is activated through the
menu settings.
To adjusts the optical zoom:
1. Press Menu button in shooting mode, and
activate digital zoom, see Image 1.
2. Press the Zoom buttons to zoom in or zoom
out an image.
3. The zoom indicator appears on the LCD
monitor.
.
Image1
Saturation
Contrast
Digital Zoom
Date & Time
Imprint Zoom
Intelligent
Instant Review
Standard Zoom
OFF
Off
Zoom buttons
Press to zoom out.
Press to zoom in.
To adjusts the digital zoom:
1. Activate digital zoom.
2. Press the T button to optically zoom in to the maximum until it stops.
3. Release the button.
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OFF
4. Press the T button again to switch to digital zoom automatically. Zooming continues.
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Optical zoom
Digital zoom
x5.0
307
8M
0.0EV
ISO AUTO
Note
Digital zoom is not activated in recording video.
Using Flash
When taking pictures in difficult lighting conditions, use the Flash button to get correct
exposure. This function cannot be activated in recording video or continuous shooting.
To activate Flash:
• Press the Flash/Right button on your
camera repeatedly until your desired flash
mode is displayed on the LCD monitor.
Your camera is equipped with five flash
modes:
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Flash button
Auto. The flash fires automatically
whenever extra lighting is needed.
Auto flash is enabled.
Red-eye reduction. The flash fires
twice to reduce the red-eye effect.
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Forced on. The flash fires whenever
you press the shutter button regardless of
lighting conditions.
Slow sync. The flash fires with a slow
shutter speed.
Forced off. The flash is turned off.
Note
Flash function is only available in shooting still images but not available in Burst and AEB modes.
Setting the Focus Mode
To set the Focus mode
• Press the Macro button repeatedly until the desired focus mode icon is displayed on the
lower left corner of the LCD monitor.
Macro button
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Your camera supports the four focus modes:
Normal. With normal focus, the focus range starts
from .8 meters (~ 2 ½ feet). When the camera is set to
normal mode, there is no icon displayed on the screen.
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Macro. This mode is designed for close-up
photography. If Macro is enabled, you can capture the
detail and sharpness of a very close image by fixed
focus.
Pan Focus. The camera focuses on every object.
Infinity. The camera focuses on distant objects.
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Macro enabled
Using the Function Menu
The hot key of “heart” ( FUNC button) is used for a quick setup of the latest six shooting
modes (You may choose Special Scene, Video, Voice REC in Shooting Mode Menu) and to
adjust capturing settings in Shooting Mode.
• Press the FUNC of your camera to launch My Mode Menu.
• Press the FUNC again to close the menu.
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• The Menu options bar displays the six latest
used shooting modes.
0 EV
Menu bar
AWB
ISO
AUTO
• The available options for each item on the menu
bar is shown in the Menu options.
Program
N
Menu options
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Shooting Mode
0 EV
It shows the selected mode from Menu options bar.
AWB
ISO
AUTO
N
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Program
Resolution
The Resolution setting is used to set the resolution
before you capture the image. The higher the
resolution, the more memory space is required.
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0 EV
AWB
Note
ISO
AUTO
The maximum resolution option for CB350 is 12M.
A2 Size
12M 3:2
The maximum resolution option for CA350 is 10M.
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5M
3M
16:9
N
Quality
The quality setting lets you adjust the quality level of
your photos before you capture them. However, the
higher the quality, the more memory space is required
in your memory card. The available settings for still
images are as follows:
Best
Fine, and
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0 EV
AWB
ISO
AUTO
Fine
N
Normal.
EV Compensation
In dim lighting condition, the auto exposure function
may provide an incorrect exposure value. The EV
Compensation function allows you to adjust the
exposure value and correctly expose your images.
Available for still images only.
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0 EV
AWB
ISO
AUTO
0 EV
N
• To adjust EV settings, press the
or
key to increase/ decrease the value. Press the OK
button to save and apply changes.
• The available settings are: 0EV, +0.3EV, +0.7EV, +1.0EV, +1.3EV, +1.7EV, +2.0EV,
-0.3EV-0.7EV, -1.0EV, -1.3EV, -1.7EV, -2.0EV.
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White Balance
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The White Balance setting allows you to adjust the
image color temperature according to the ambient
light condition when recording the still images and
video.
0 EV
AWB
ISO
AUTO
N
Icon
Auto
AWB
Item
Description
Auto
The camera automatically adjusts the white balance.
Sun
Ideally used for bright sunny conditions.
Cloudy
Ideally used for cloudy conditions.
Tungsten
Ideally used for indoor photos with tungsten or halogen lighting without
a flash.
Fluorescent H
Ideally used for indoor photos with blue-tinted fluorescent lighting.
Fluorescent L
Ideally used for indoor photos with red-tinted fluorescent lighting.
Manual
Used when light source cannot be specified. Press the shutter button for
the camera to be pointed at a white object and adjust the appropriate
white balance setting automatically according to the environment.
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ISO
The ISO function lets you adjust the ISO sensitivity
in recording still images depending on the lightning
levels of your surroundings.
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AWB
• Use a higher ISO setting in dim conditions and a
lower ISO setting in brighter conditions.
• Available settings are: Auto, 50, 100, 200, 400,
800, 1600,3200 (3M, 16:9<2M>, VGA)
Note
ISO
AUTO
N
Auto
ISO ISO ISO ISO ISO ISO
AUTO 50 100 200 400 800
If the Stabilizer is enabled, ISO is automatically set to Auto and cannot be adjusted. To adjust
ISO, disable Stabilizer first.
Metering
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The Metering function lets you select the area of the
subject or frame by which the camera measures light
to record still images or video.
0EV
AWB
ISO
AUTO
• As you move through the selection, the preview on
the LCD monitor changes synchronously.
Icon
Multi
N
Item
Description
Multi
The camera measures the exposure readings from multiple points in the subject area.
Center
The camera measures the average light from the entire frame but gives more
importance to the values near the center.
Spot
The camera selects the exposure value based on the center of your picture.
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Color Mode
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The Color Mode function lets you record still images
or video and apply different colors or tones for a more
artistic effect Tinting an images color can make them
appear more vivid.
• As you move through the selection, the preview on
the LCD monitor changes synchronously.
Icon
0EV
AWB
ISO
AUTO
N
Medium
N
V
S
BW
R
G
Item
Description
N
Normal
The camera records normally.
V
Vivid
The camera captures the image with more contrast and saturation emphasizing on
the bold colors.
S
Sepia
Images are captured in sepia tones.
BW
B&W
Images are captured in black and white.
R
Vivid Red
Images are tinted red. Ideally used to record images like flowers and cars to make
them more vivid.
G
Vivid Green
Images are tinted green. Ideally used to record images like mountains and lawns
to make them more vivid.
B
Vivid Blue
Images are tinted blue. Ideally used to record images like the sky and the ocean,
to make them look more vivid.
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Shooting Menu
If you are in shooting mode, you can access the Shooting menu simply by pressing the
MENU
button on your camera.
When the menu is displayed, use the 4-way navigation control and the OK button to move
through menu selections and apply your desired settings. To close the menu anytime,
press the menu button again.
The Shooting menu allows you to change modes, and
setup other capture settings.
1. Press
MENU
to launch the Shooting Menu.
or
2. Use the
menu selections.
key to move through the
3. To select an item, press
.
Shooting Mode
Self-Timer/Burst
AEB
AF Area
AF Lamp
Sharpness
OFF
OFF
4. Change the submenu settings using the 4-way
navigation control.
5. Press the OK button to save and apply settings.
Setting the Shooting Scene Mode
Setting the Shooting Scene mode allows you to capture images with preset settings
according to the scenes or environment.
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Auto
Shooting Mode
Self-Timer/Burst
AEB
AF Area
AF Lamp
Sharpness
Icon
A S
OFF
OFF
Select
Confirm
Item
Description
Auto
The simplest way to shoot basic images. Settings are adjusted
automatically.
Program
The camera automatically adjusts suitable shooting settings like shutter
speed and aperture values.
Aperture Priority
This feature lets users to adjust the aperture value and the camera
automatically selects the shutter speed to match the brightness.
Shutter Priority
This feature lets users to adjust the shutter speed and the camera
automatically selects the aperture value to match the brightness.
Manual Exposure
This feature lets users adjust the shutter speed and aperture value
regardless of brightness.
Intelligent Scene
The camera detects the shooting conditions and automatically switches
to the appropriate scene mode.
Portrait
The camera blurs the background to focus on the subject.
Landscape
This feature is used to emphasize wide scenic views.
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Icon
Item
Description
Sunset
This feature enhances the red hue for recording sunset images.
Shaded gray
This feature is used to capture the image of a backlight object by
changing the metering.
Kids
This feature is used to capture still images of children.
Night Scene
This feature is used to capture scenery in low light conditions.
Fireworks
This feature slows shutter speed to capture fireworks explosions.
Snow
This feature is used for beach and snow scenes.
Sports
This feature captures still images of high-speed subjects.
Party
This feature is used for wedding or indoor party settings.
Candlelight
This feature is used to capture warm candle light effects.
Night Portrait
This feature is used to capture portrait pictures with night or dark
background.
Soft Skin
This feature enhances skin tone thus facial skin appears smooth.
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Icon
Item
Description
Soft Flowing Water
This feature enhances smooth effects like water or silk.
Food
This feature is used to capture food images. The increased saturation in
this mode makes the captured image more enticing.
Building
This feature enhances the edges of captured images.
Text
This feature enhances the black and white contrast normally used when
capturing text images.
Auction
Pictures taken in Auction mode are automatically saved under a specific
folder named “_AUCT”.
Smile Capture
This feature uses face tracking to auto detect faces to capture. When
smiles are detected, it continuously captures the image.
Blink Detection
This feature detects if the subject blinked an eye when the image is
captured and gives the user an option whether to save it or not.
Pre-composition
This feature captures a image temporarily as a reference. Full press
shutter after referring the subject to the reference point.
Couples Portrait
This feature uses face tracking to auto detect faces to capture portraits
photos without the help of others. When over two faces are detected, AF
is automatically activated. The camera starts count down and captures a
picture in two seconds.
Video
This mode is used to record video clips.
Voice REC
This mode is used to record audio clips.
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- Using Smile Capture Mode
The Smile Capture mode uses smile tracking to automatically capture images. This feature
is most useful in capturing different angles and smiles of moving people. When capturing an
image with more than one person, the camera detects the smile of the closest person on the
center of the screen.
The camera displays a white frame
when a face is detected.
To activate Smile Capture
1. Select
from the Scene Mode submenu.
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2. Focus the camera on the subject to capture.
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3. The smile capture icon blinks every second and
the white focus frame turns green to denote
camera activity.
4. When a smile is detected, the camera will
automatically take a shot of the image.
Note
When capturing an image with several faces, face tracking function may take up more time
tracking faces for the first time.
- Using Intelligent Scene Mode
With the Intelligent Scene Mode, the camera automatically detects the shooting conditions
and switches to the appropriate scene and settings when aiming on a subject. This feature is
most useful for novice users; capturing great images even with basic photography skills.
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Intelligent scene icon. After the camera detects the
shooting conditions, this icon changes to show the
detected scene mode.
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Face tracking is
automatically enabled.
The camera displays a solid white
frame when a face is detected.
To activate Intelligent Scene
1. Select
from the Scene Mode submenu.
2. Focus the camera on the subject to capture.
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3. The camera detects the shooting conditions and
switches to an appropriate scene mode.
4. Press the shutter button half-way down to focus
the subject. The frame turns green to indicate
focus is set.
5. Press the shutter button to take the shot.
Note
When Intelligent Scene function is enabled, icons will be displayed even in Guideline, None
Display modes and when press the shutter button half-way down.
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The table below shows the modes supported by Intelligent scene:
Icon
Intelligent
Scene
Modes
Description
Portrait
This mode is set when a face is detected.
This mode is set when:
Landscape
• There is no face detected.
• The focus distance is more than 1.5 meters.
• The EV setting is greater than 11 or 10.5.
Sunset
This mode is automatically set when sunset lighting is detected.
This mode is set when:
Macro
• There is no face detected
• The focus distance is within the macro range.
This mode can only be detected when you press the shutter button half-way
down.
Shaded Gray
This mode is set when the EV setting greater than 2.5.
Backlight
Portrait
This mode is set when a face is detected with an EV setting greater than 2.5.
This mode is set when:
Night Scene
Night Portrait
• There is no face detected.
• The focus distance is more than 1.5 meters.
• The EV setting is lower than 5 or 4.5.
This mode is set when a face is detected with an EV setting lower than 5 or
4.5.
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- Using Blink Detection Mode
The Blink Detection mode tracks faces and determines captured image that contain subjects
with closed eyes. After shooting, when the camera detects that the subject blinked an eye, a
menu selection appears to ask the user whether to save the image or not. This feature saves
time in managing photos to be stored or deleted from the memory.
1. Select
from the Scene Mode submenu.
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Detected faces are
framed.
Face tracking
is automatically
enabled.
2. Press the shutter button half-way down to focus the subject. The frame turns green to
indicate focus is set.
3. Press the shutter button to capture the image. The image is automatically saved unless
the camera detects that the subject blinked an eye. In this case, the screen on the
right is displayed:
4. Select Save Image to save or Cancel to disregard.
Save image
Cancel
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- Using Aperture Priority Mode
With Aperture Priority mode, users can adjust the aperture value and the camera
automatically sets the shutter speed to match the brightness.
A
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F 3.0
Displays the aperture value
- Using Shutter Priority Mode
With Shutter Priority mode, users can adjust the shutter speed and the camera automatically
sets the aperture value to match the brightness.
S
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Displays the shutter speed value
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- Using Manual Exposure Mode
With Manual Exposure mode, users can manually adjust the shutter speed and the aperture
value.
To activate Manual Exposure
1. Select
from the Scene Mode submenu.
2. Press OK button to enter the adjust mode.
3. Use the
or
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keys to select the shutter
speed options or Use the
or
select the aperture value options.
keys to
OK : Adjust
4. Use the
or
keys to increase or
decrease the aperture or shutter speed values.
5. Use the OK button to switch between aperture
and shutter speed adjustment and vice versa.
F 3.0
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Displays the aperture and
shutter speed value
6. Press the shutter button to capture the image.
Note
When you press the shutter button half-way down press the shutter button, the difference
between the correct and selected exposure is displayed in red.
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Setting the Self-Timer/Burst
Your camera features a Self-Timer and Burst which can be set in the Self-Timer/Burst
function in the Shooting Menu. The Self-Timer allows you to take photos after a pre-defined
delay. While burst lets you take consecutive shots. This function is only available in recording
still images. The Self-Timer/Burst setting is automatically set to off when you turn off the
camera.
Shooting Mode
Self-Timer/Burst
AEB
AF Area
AF Lamp
Sharpness
Icon
Shooting Mode
10 10 secs.
Self-Timer/burst
2 2 secs.
AEB
x 2 2 shots
AF Area Burst
AF Lamp
OFF Off
Sharpness
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Item
Description
10
10 Secs. Self-Timer
Sets a 10 seconds delay to capture image after pressing the shutter
button.
2
2 Secs. Self-Timer
Sets a 2 seconds delay to capture image after pressing the shutter
button.
Performs delay and capture twice:
x2
2 Shots Self-Timer
• Performs a 10-second delay, and then captures the image.
• Performs another 2 seconds delay and then captures the image
again.
Burst
Performs continuous shooting when the shutter button is pressed.
Stops shooting when the shutter button is released.
Off
Captures an image without time delay.
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Setting the AEB
AEB stands for Automatic Exposure Bracketing. This feature captures the same image with 3
different exposure settings.
• The settings are recorded in the following order: standard exposure, under exposure, and
over exposure.
• Available settings are: [On] and [Off].
Shooting Mode
Self-Timer/Burst
AEB
ON On
AF Area
OFF Off
AF Lamp
Sharpness
OFF
OFF
Setting the AF Area
AF stands for Automatic Focus. This feature determines the area on which the camera
focuses.
Shooting Mode
Self-Timer/Burst
AEB
AF Area Multi
AF Lamp Spot
Sharpness
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OFF
OFF
The table below shows the available AF area settings.
Icon
Item
Description
Multi
The camera automatically selects focus area within the wide frame.
Spot
The focus area is fixed on the center spot.
Setting the AF Lamp
The AF Lamp function allows the camera to better
focus; even in low light conditions.
If AF Lamp is set to Auto, the AF lamp located in the
front of the camera, emits an red light by pressing the
shutter button half-way down allowing the camera to
focus easily.
Shooting Mode
Self-Timer/Burst
AEB
AF Area
Auto
AF Lamp
OFF Off
Sharpness
Setting Sharpness
This function allows you to enhance or soften finer details of your photos.
Shooting Mode
Self-Timer/Burst
AEB
High
AF Area
Medium
AF Lamp
Low
Sharpness
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OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
The table below shows the available Sharpness settings.
Icon
Item
Description
High
Sharpens the image.
Medium
Medium sharpness.
Low
Softens the image.
Setting Saturation
The Saturation function lets you adjust the color saturation in your photos. Use a higher
saturation setting for rich colors and a lower saturation setting for more muted tones.
SaturationHigh
Contrast Medium
Digital Zoom
Low
Date & Time Imprint
Instant Review
OFF
OFF
The table below shows the available Saturation settings.
Icon
Item
Description
High
Enhances saturation.
Medium
Medium saturation is applied.
Low
Reduces saturation.
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Setting Contrast
This function allows you to adjust the contrast of your photos.
Saturation
Contrast High
Digital Zoom
Medium
Date & Time
Imprint
Low
Instant Review
OFF
OFF
Setting the Digital Zoom
This feature controls the digital zoom mode of your camera.
Your camera enlarges an image using the optical zoom first. When the zoom scale exceeds
3x, the camera uses digital zoom.
Saturation
Contrast
Digital Zoom
Date & Time
Imprint Zoom
Intelligent
Instant Review
Standard Zoom
OFF
Off
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OFF
The table below shows the available Digital Zoom settings.
Icon
Note
Item
Description
Intelligent Zoom
Enlarges the image digitally with almost no distortion. This feature is
available for still images only
Standard Zoom
Enlarges all image sizes up to a maximum of 5x, but the image quality
deteriorates.
Off
Uses the optical zoom only.
• Digital Zoom is not available in Smile Capture, Video, and Voice Recording modes.
• The maximum Intelligent zoom scale varies depending on the image type and resolution.
Setting the Date & Time Imprint
The Date & Time Imprint function allows you to add the recorded date and time on your
photos.
The recording date and time are based on your camera’s clock settings. Once date and time
are imprint on a photo, they can no longer be edited or deleted. Limitations of Date & Time
Imprint functions are as follows:
• Available for still images only.
• May slow down AEB/ continuous shooting when Date & Time Imprint is enabled in /AEB/
Burst mode.
• If Date & Time Imprint is enabled, digital zoom is automatically turned off.
• In vertical or rotated images, the date and time on your photos still appear horizontally.
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Saturation
Contrast
Digital Zoom
Date
Date & Time Imprint
Date & Time
Instant Review
OFF Off
Saturation
Contrast
Digital Zoom
Date & Time Imprint
Instant Review
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Setting Instant Review
The Instant Review function lets you view the captured image right after shooting it. If
Instant Review is On, the camera will display the captured image for 1 second on the LCD
monitor.
Saturation
Contrast
Digital Zoom
Date & Time Imprint
Instant Review
Saturation
Contrast
Digital Zoom
Date &ONTime Imprint
On
Instant
Review
OFF Off
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Recording Videos
You can record videos with the camera, the available recording time depends on the capacity
of the memory card. Videos can be recorded until the maximum memory capacity has been
reached.
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Shooting Mode
Self-Timer/Burst
AEB
AF Area
AF Lamp
Sharpness
Note
OFF
OFF
OFF
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• When the maximum capacity for a single video has been reached, simple press the shutter
button again to continue recording.
• The camera will automatically stop recording when the memory capacity is full.
• Digital zoom is not available in video recording.
• Sound cannot be recorded while pressing the
control.
• Auto Power Off is not available in video recording or pause recording.
Setting the Video Quality
The Video Quality function icon appears only in Video Mode. Use this function to adjust the
resolution and quality of video clips.
640
AWB
VGA
16:9 640 320
N
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Image Quality Matrix
The higher the image quality, the higher the amount of the data used per second(average bit
rate), the smoother the playback video.
Video Quality
Average Bit Rate
720 x 400
4.8Mbps
640 x 480
4.8Mbps
320 x 240
4Mbps
YouTube Mode
The YouTube Mode allows you to record videos with predefined video settings for easy
upload to the YouTube website.
YouTube supports two file upload standards:
• Single File Uploaded. The maximum videos file size is up to 100 MB.
• YouTube Uploaded. The maximum videos file size is up to 1 GB.
Most uploaded videos length ranges within 5 minutes. Therefore when you record using the
YouTube mode, the following standards are followed:
• Recorded videos are set to YouTube standard resolution of 640 X 480.
• Recording automatically stops when the file reaches 100 MB.
Recorded videos in the YouTube mode are stored following the DCF rule, however videos are
saved in a specific folder named “_UTUBE”.
• To record a YouTube videos, select
from the Video Quality function. Available
recording time for a YouTube is up to 10 minutes.
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Recording Voices
1. From the Shooting mode menu, select Voice.
The Voice Recording screen layout is displayed
on the LCD monitor.
2. Press the Shutter button to start recording.
3. Press the Shutter button again to stop
recording.
0:00:16
Note
Voice recording will automatically stop when the maximum memory capacity is full.
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Using the Viewing Functions
View images, videos and audio clips through your camera’s Playback mode.
Viewing in Single Navigation
The single navigation mode displays the image one by one on the LCD monitor. To view
images/videos/audio clips, follow the steps below.
Press the Play
button to set or turn on the camera to Playback mode.
Still Image
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Viewing thumbnails
1. Press the W button to view 9-image thumbnails.
2. Use the navigation controls to move through the items.
3. Press the OK button to select the image and view it normally.
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Scroll bar. If scroll bars appear, it
indicates that the screen can be
scrolled.
OK
Display
Thumbnail view
Thumbnail icons
When you view the thumbnails, some images may contain icons. These icons indicate the
type of file or recording.
Icon
Item
Description
Voice Memo
Indicates that a voice memo is attached to the image.
Video
Indicates a recorded video. The image displayed is the first frame of the
video clip.
Locked File
Indicates that the image has been locked. Locked files cannot be edited or
deleted.
Voice Record
Indicates a voice recording file.
File Error
Indicates an error file. Image or video files that are not taken by this
camera or edited by computer may not be recongnized
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Zooming images
The zoom view function works with still images only.
• In medium view, press the T button repeatedly until the desired zoom view.
• The 4 arrows on the LCD monitor indicate that the image is zoomed in.
• Press the Play
button to close zoom view.
x2.0
Playing Videos
1. Set the camera to Playback mode.
2. Use the navigation controls to scroll through the saved images.
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3. During playback, use the
to control volume. Press the T button to increase
volume. Press the W button to decrease volume.
4. Press the
key to pause playback. Press the
key again to resume. When
paused, the play info will remain on screen except WT
Note
.
• The play info, except the WT
icon, will be displayed when the video is paused, during
REW/FF or frame by frame modes
• Volume cannot be adjusted when paused or during REW/FF modes.
To capture screenshot image from a video clip
1. During playback of video, press the
key to
pause playback on your desired video frame to
capture.
Capture photo
2. Press the Shutter button to capture screenshot.
3. The camera will automatically stop playback.
The LCD monitor displays the captured image in
Single navigation mode.
Note
0:00:16 / 0:00:20
This feature does not function when the memory card is full or the folder cannot be created. The
icon does not appear on the screen either.
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Playing Voice Recording
1. Set the camera to Playback mode.
2. Use the navigation controls to scroll through the
saved images. When viewing a voice recording
file, the LCD monitor displays the screen layout
of Audio clips. See picture on the right.
3. Press the
key to play the voice recording.
to control
4. During playback, use the
volume. The volume icon appears on the screen.
Press the T button to increase volume. Press the
W button to decrease volume.
5. Press the
0:00:16 / 0:00:20
key to pause playback. Press the
paused, the play info will remain on screen except WT
WT
key again to resume. When
.
6. Press the
key to stop the playback. The LCD monitor displays the image in
Single navigation mode.
Note
Volume cannot be adjusted during pause or REW/FF modes.
Playing Voice Memo
Voice memo is separately recorded and attached to a captured image.
1. Set the camera to Playback mode.
2. Use the navigation controls to scroll through the saved images. An image file with voice
memo has a voice memo icon located on the top center of the LCD monitor. See picture
on the right.
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3. Press the
key to play the voice recording.
4. During playback, use the
to control
volume. Press the T button to increase volume.
Press the W button to decrease volume.
5. Press the
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key again to resume. When paused, the
play info will remain on screen except WT
ISO
.
key to stop the playback. The
6. Press the
LCD monitor displays the image in Single
navigation mode.
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Note
Volume cannot be adjusted when you pause the voice memo.
Deleting an Image/Video/Audio
There are two ways to delete an image/video/audio:
• Using the Delete button, or
• Using Playback Menu Delete settings.
Using the Delete Button
Use the Delete button on your camera to delete or mark an image/video/audio
clip for deletion.
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1. Set the camera to Playback mode.
2. View images/videos/audio clips in Single navigation mode.
3. Use the
or
key to scroll the display.
4. When the desired image/video/audio clip is displayed on the LCD monitor, press the
Delete button.
5. A confirmation selection appears on screen.
6. Select Delete.
7. Press the OK button to delete.
Delete
Cancel
Note
Locked files cannot be deleted at any time. When you try to delete a locked file, the camera
displays “File Locked” message on the LCD monitor.
Playback Menu
The Playback menu allows you to edit images, record
voice memo, and setup playback settings.
To go to Playback Menu:
1. Set the camera to Playback mode.
2. Press MENU to launch the Playback Menu.
3. Change the submenu settings using the 4-way
navigation control.
4. Press the OK button to save and apply settings.
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View Slideshow
Delete
Protect
Remove Red Eyes
Voice Memo
Modify Color
View Slideshow
The view slideshow function allows you to view all stored photos/videos in still image format
in a continuous sequence.
To view slideshow:
1. From the Playback menu, select View Slideshow.
The Slideshow menu appears.
2. Set the slideshow settings.
3. Select Start, and then press the OK button to
start the slideshow.
4. During slideshow, press the OK button to pause
slideshow.
5. Use the
or
key t to move through the
options. Select whether to Continue or Exit the
slideshow.
View Slideshow
Delete
Protect
Remove Red Eyes
Voice Memo
Modify Color
6. Press the OK button to apply selected option.
To change slideshow settings:
or
1. From the Slideshow menu, use the
2. Select Interval setting. Press the
or
key t to move through the selections.
key to adjust.
3. Select Transition setting. Press the key to adjust. Choose among the available transition
settings:
• Horizontal • Shrink • Fade • Random
4. Select Repeat setting. Press the key to adjust. Available settings are: Yes, No.
Delete
The Delete function lets you remove unwanted files in the internal memory or on the
memory card. Protected files cannot be erased, to delete, unprotect the file first. See “Protect
Section”.
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To delete a photo/video/audio clip:
1. From the Playback menu, select Delete.
2. The Delete submenu is displayed on the LCD
monitor. Select available settings:
• This image. Select one file to delete.
• Voice Memo Only. Delete only the attached
voice memo, the image is retained in the
memory.
• Multi-Images. Select multiple files to delete at
the same time.
Delete
Cancel
• All. Delete all files.
Protect
The Protect function lets you lock a photo or video to protect it from being modified or
accidentally erased. A protected file has a lock icon when viewed on Playback mode.
To protect files:
1. From the Playback menu, select Protect.
2. The Protect submenu is displayed on the LCD
monitor.
Select available settings:
• This image. Select one file to lock.
• Multi-Images. Select multiple files from the
thumbnail view to lock.
• Lock All. Lock all files
• Unlock All. Unlock all files.
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View Slideshow
DeleteThis image
Protect
Multi-Images
Red-eye
Correction
Lock
All
VoiceUnlock
Memo All
Modify Color
Remove Red Eyes
The function is used to reduce red eye in captured
images. This function is only available for still images.
It can be applied to an image several times, but the
quality may gradually deteriorate.
1. Set the camera to Playback mode.
2. Press the
image.
or
View Slideshow
Delete
Protect
Remove Red Eyes
Voice Memo
Modify Color
key to scroll and select an
3. Press the MENU button to launch the Playback
menu.
4. Select Remove Red Eyes.
5. Select Start.
6. Press the OK button to start correction.
Step 7
Steps 5 and 6
Remove Red Eyes
Remove Red Eyes
Overwrite
Save changes
Cancel
Start
Cancel
7. After completing Remove Red Eyes, a menu selection appears. Select whether to:
• Overwrite. Save and replace the old file with the new one.
• Save Changes. Save the new file as a new one.
• Cancel. Cancel Remove Red Eyes.
8. Press the OK button to save/cancel changes.
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Voice Memo
The Voice Memo function allows you to record and attach a voice memo to a saved image.
You can record a maximum of 30 seconds of Voice memo per image. This function is only
available in still images.
To record voice memo:
1. Set the camera to Playback mode.
or
key to scroll and select an
2. Press the
image to attach voice memo to.
3. Press the MENU button to launch the Playback
menu.
4. Select Voice Memo.
5. Select Start, and then press the OK button to
start recording.
View Slideshow
Delete
Protect
Remove Red Eyes
Voice Memo
Modify Color
Time left (n seconds) for
recording.
30 sec
Start
Cancel
6. Select Stop, and then press the OK button to stop recording.
Note
When you record voice memo to an image with an existing voice memo, the old recording is
automatically changed to the new one.
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Modify Color
The function lets you adjust edit still images to apply different colors or tones for a more
artistic effect. An edited photo in this function is saved as a new file.
1. Set the camera to Playback mode.
2. Press the
or
key to scroll and select an image to edit.
3. Press the MENU button to launch the Playback menu.
4. Select Modify Color. The Photo Edit submenu appears.
Modify Color
View Slideshow
Delete
Protect
Remove Red Eyes
Voice Memo
Modify Color
Medium
N
S
BW Neg.
R
5. Press the
or
key to scroll and select an option. As you move through the
selection, the preview on the LCD monitor changes synchronously.
The succeeding table shows the available settings.
Icon
Item
Description
N
Medium
No effect is added to the image.
S
Sepia
Image is saved with a sepia tone.
BW
B&W
Image is saved in black and white.
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Negative
Image appears to be the opposite of the original image.
Mosaic
Image is saved with mosaic tiles.
R
Vivid Red
Image is saved with reddish tint.
G
Vivid Green
Image is saved with greenish tint.
Vivid Blue
Image is saved with bluish tint.
Neg.
B
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Crop
The function allows you to trim an image to another
image size. This function is only available for still
images.
To trim an image:
1. Set the camera to Playback mode.
or
2. Use the
image to trim.
key to scroll and select an
Crop
Resize
Startup Image
DPOF
3. Press the MENU button to launch the Playback
menu.
4. Select Crop. The Trim screen layout is displayed on the LCD monitor.
5. Use the
control to change size.
Current image size.
Enlarged image.
Display area.
4-way indicator.
OK: 5M
Shows the approximate
location of the displayed
area.
Note
• Crop function is not available for photos with image size set to VGA.
• All images will be trimmed in 4:3 ratio regardless of its original image ratio.
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Resize
The Resize function allows you to change the image resolution of large images to smaller
ones. This function is only available for still images.
To resize an image:
1. Set the camera to Playback mode.
2. Use the key to scroll and select an image to
resize.
Resize
3. Press the MENU button to launch the Playback
menu.
4. Select Resize. The Resize submenu is displayed
on the LCD monitor.
5. Select size among: 8M, 5M, 3M, and VGA.
Available size settings may vary depending on
original image size. Unavailable settings appear
as gray icons in Resize submenu.
Overwrite
Save changes
Cancel
6. After selecting size, a menu selection appears. Select whether to:
• Overwrite. Save and replace the old file with the new one.
• Save Changes. Save the new file as a new one.
• Cancel. Cancel resize.
7. Press the OK button to save/cancel changes.
Note
Resize function is not available for photos with image size set to VGA.
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DPOF
The Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) function allows you to mark image in your memory
card for printing and allows you to specify the number of copies that you want to print at
a later date. When all images to be printed are marked, take the memory card to a digital
printing service, or use a DPOF compatible printer.
To set DPOF:
1. Press the MENU button to launch the Playback
menu.
2. Select DPOF. The submenu appears. Available
settings are as follows:
• This Image. Select a single image to mark.
• All. Mark all images in the memory card.
• Reset. Reset all DPOF settings to initial default
settings.
Note
Crop
Resize
Startup Image
DPOFThis Image
All
Reset
You can specify up to 99 copies for DPOF. If you specify 0 copies, the DPOF setting of that image
is automatically disabled.
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PictBridge
The PictBridge function allows you to print images captured by your camera without
connecting the camera to a PC. Print images with a PictBridge compatible printer directly.
To activate PictBridge:
Connect your camera to a PictBridge compatible printer using the USB cable. See illustration
below.
Note
If the printer does not support date & time imprint, the date & time imprint function will be
disabled in PictBridge.
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Making Connections
Connecting the Camera a PC
You can transfer photos, videos and audio files to your PC.
1. Connect the camera to a PC using the USB
cable.
2. Turn on the camera.
3. The PC detects the connection. The internal
memory of camera and memory card display as
removable drives in the file manager. No image
is displayed on the LCD monitor.
Connecting the Camera to a Printer
You can print your photos directly using a PictBridge compatible printer.
1. Turn on your camera.
2. Set PictBridge settings.
3. Connect the camera to the printer using
the USB cable.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause and/or Action
Camera does not turn on.
The batteries may be exhausted. Charge or replace the batteries.
Camera turns off
automatically.
Press any button except the Power button to turn on the camera.
LCD turns blank.
Press any button except the Power button to turn on the LCD.
Empty battery icon is
displayed on the LCD, and
then the camera turns off.
Batteries are exhausted, please replace or recharge.
LCD screen displays ‘No
images in memory’.
The image file on the memory card. Image file format may not be
supported.
LCD screen displays ‘Not
available for this file’.
Function is only available for specific file types. File format is not
supported.
LCD screen displays ‘Memory
full’.
Memory card is full. Replace the memory card with a new one or delete
unnecessary images.
LCD screen displays ‘File
locked’
This file is locked. Unlock the file.
LCD screen displays ‘Card
locked’.
The memory card is protected. Remove the card and slide the writeprotect switch to it’s unlock position.
LCD screen displays ‘CARD
HAS WRONG FORMAT’.
The memory card is protected. Remove the card and slide the writeprotect switch to it’s unlock position.
LCD screen displays ‘Copy
error’.
The memory card is protected. Remove the card and slide the writeprotect switch to it’s unlock position.The memory card is full. Replace card
or delete unnecessary files.
The lens got stuck up.
Do not force the lens to go back. The type of the battery used may be
incorrect or the battery power level is too low. Change the battery or
charge the battery before using the camera.
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Getting Help
Should you have a technical support question or your HP Digital Camera
require service within the warranty period, please contact the original point of
purchase or an authorized HP reseller in your country. If service is not available
at those locations, please contact an HP Branded Product warranty agent from
the support contact list provided below. A service agent will work with you to
troubleshoot your issue and if necessary, issue a Return Material Authorization
(RMA) number in order to replace your HP Branded Product. For warranty
claims, you will be required to provide a copy of your original dated sales receipt
as proof of purchase and the issued RMA number. You will be responsible for
shipping charges when shipping the product to the service center. The service
agent will provide you with an address and you will also be responsible for any
shipping charges to the warranty service center. Once your product is received
by this service center, a replacement unit will be shipped back to you typically
within 5 business days.
Contact/phone Support:
Language
Chinese
Contact/phone Support:
simp.chinese@hpodd.com
trad.chinese@hpodd.com
Deutsch
deutsch@hpodd.com
Dutch
hollands@hpodd.com
English
english@hpodd.com
Espanol
espanol@hpodd.com
Français
francais@hpodd.com
Italiano
italiano@hpodd.com
Japanese
nippon@hpodd.com
Korean
korean@hpodd.com
Portuguese
portugues@hpodd.com
Svensk
svensk@hpodd.com
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Contact/phone Support:
Country
Language
Number
België
Dutch and German
+ 32 2700 1724
Français
French
+ 33 171230454
Deutschland
German
+ 49 6950073896
Ireland
English
+ 353 1850882016
Italia
Italian
+ 39 269682189
Netherlands
Dutch
+ 31 202015093
Espana
Spanish
+ 34 914533458
Switzerland
German/French/Italian
+ 41 18009686
UK
English
+ 44 2073652400
United States
English
1.866.694.7633
Canada
English and French
1.866.694.7633
Europe Region (EMEA)
North America
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