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PC460t
Digital Camera
Quick Start Guide
For more details about the camera operation and troubleshooting, please read the
User Manual located on the CDROM disc included with your camera or visit
http://www.hp.com/support and download it for the camera support page.
Tour of Your HP Camera
Front View
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3
111 Flash
222 Microphone
4
333 Self-timer LED / Assist Lamp
444 Lens
2
Back View
5
6
555 LCD Screen
666 LED Indicator
777 Playback Button
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1
Top View
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10
8
9
888 Stabilizer Button
999 Power Button
1111Shutter Button
1111Zoom Toggle
Bottom View
1111Tripod Screw Hole
12
1111Battery / Memory Compartment
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14
15
1111Speaker
1111USB / TV Out
Left/Right View
1111Strap Ring
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1. Getting Started
Attach the Camera Strap
To reduce the risk of dropping the camera, it is strongly
recommended to attach and use the provided camera strap
Inserting the Battery
Follow these instructions to insert the rechargeable battery into the battery/memory card
compartment.
111 If the battery is already installed, make sure to
power off the camera before removing and inserting
recharged or new batteries.
222 Open the battery/memory card compartment at the
bottom of the camera.
3
333 Insert the battery into the compartment with
correct orientation as illustrated.
444 Close and lock the battery/memory card compartment
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Inserting an SD/SDHC Memory Card
It is highly recommended that the camera storage is expanded by inserting a SD or
SDHC memory card. These memory cards are available at most consumer store and
online locations.
111 Make sure to power off the camera before proceeding.
Inserting the memory card while powered on may damage
the card and camera.
222 Open the Battery/memory card compartment at the
bottom of the camera.
333 Insert the SD/SDHC card into the memory card slot with
the metallic connectors facing the front side of the camera as
illustrated below.
444 Push the SD/SDHC card into the memory slot until it clicks into place. If the card does
not click into place, repeat the previous step to ensure proper orientation.
555 Close the Battery/memory card compartment.
- To remove the SD/SDHC card
111 Make sure to power off the camera before proceeding.
Removing the memory card while powered on may damage
the card and camera.
222 Open the battery/memory card compartment.
333 Gently push the card until it clicks and pushes out of
position.
444 Carefully pull out the card.
The 720p video recording capability of this camera requires a class 6 (High Speed)
SD/SDHC memory card.
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Charging the Battery by USB
The battery that comes alone with your package is not fully charged. You need to charge
the battery before using the camera.
111 Connect the camera with the USB cable as shown.
222 Connect the other end with the USB adapter and plug
it into a power outlet or with the USB port of PC directly
for charging.
The battery charging time is around 2 hours.
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2. Initial Settings
When you turn on your camera for the first time, you will be asked to do the initial
settings of your camera. First is the setup of language menu. Specify in which language
menus and messages are to be displayed on the LCD monitor.
Setting the Language
Specify in which language menus and messages are to be displayed on the LCD screen
111 Tap
or
icons to turn pages.
222 Tap the desired language button and apply.
Setting the Date & Time
111 Tap the screen to select Year/Month/Date or Hour/Minute.
222 Tap
or
icons to change the value for the date and time.
333 Tap to apply.
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Modes
Your camera has two modes:
Record Mode
• This is the default mode while you turn on the camera every time. You are able to
take photos and record videos/audio clips in this mode.
Playback Mode
• Press the Playback button
after the camera is turned on to view and edit
captured images or playback videos and audio clips. The recording of voice memo
attached to images is available in this mode.
Record mode
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3. Using the Touch Screen
The touch screen shows all important information regarding camera settings as well as
the visual image of your image or video. It also provides all kinds of touch buttons to
control the settings for the camera. The display on the touch screen is called the On
Screen Display or OSD.
Touch screen Layout
- Photo Mode Screen Layout:
No.
Item
Description
1
AF lamp
Indicates AF lamp is enabled.
2
Display focus area settings
Use to frame subject to capture.
3
Zoom indicator
Displays zoom type and level.
4
Shots remaining
Indicates the remaining shots available.
5
Battery
Indicates approximate battery level.
6
Storage media
Indicates current storage media in use.
Options are Internal memory and SD/SDHC memory card.
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7
Shake warning
Indicates that the camera is moving too much that may result
in image blur. Use of a tripod or steady hand may be required
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Touch button – AF area/Face tracking
Tap to display the AF area/face tracking popup menu.
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Touch button - Display
Tap to switch the display mode of the LCD monitor.
10
Image Stabilizer
Indicates if the image stabilizer function is enabled.
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Resolution
Displays photo resolution settings.
12
Quality
Displays quality settings.
13
Sharpness
Displays sharpness settings.
14
Metering
Displays metering settings.
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White balance
Displays white balance settings.
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Contrast
Displays contrast settings.
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Saturation
Displays saturation settings.
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Exposure
Displays exposure settings.
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ISO
Displays ISO settings.
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Shutter speed
Displays shutter speed settings.
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Aperture value
Displays aperture settings.
22
Touch button - Menu
Tap to launch record menu
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Touch button - Macro
Tap to display the macro popup menu.
24
Touch button - Self-timer/Burst
Tap to display the self-timer/burst popup menu.
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AEB
Indicates AEB function is enabled
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Touch button - Flash
Tap to popup the flash menu.
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Touch button - Record mode
Tap to launch the scene mode menu.
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4. Playback Mode Screen Layout
The Playback mode display varies depending on the type of image being viewed.
- Playback mode display of still images:
No.
Item
Description
1
File no./Total no.
Indicates the file number over the total number of files in the
internal memory or SD/SDHC memory card.
2
Battery
Indicates approximate battery level.
3
Storage media
Indicates current storage memory. Options are internal camera
memory or SD/SDHC memory card.
4
Touch button - Next file
Tap to view the next file.
5
Touch button - Display
Tap to switch the display mode of the LCD monitor.
6
Aperture value
Displays aperture value of the image.
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Shutter speed
Displays shutter speed setting of the image
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Flash
Displays flash setting of the image.
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White balance
Displays white balance setting of the image.
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ISO
Displays ISO setting of the image.
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Exposure
Displays exposure setting of the image.
12
Folder/Filename
Indicate the location/filename of the image
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Date & Time
Displays the recorded date & time of the image.
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DPOF
Indicates the file is marked for printing.
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Resolution
Displays the photo resolution setting at the time it was taken.
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Touch button - Menu
Tap to launch playback menu.
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Voice memo
Tap to record an attached voice memo for the image.
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Touch button - Previous file
Tap to view the previous file.
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Protect
Indicates file is protected.
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Playback mode
Indicates playback mode.
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5. Taking Photos
This camera is designed to make the experience of taking photos simple and quick. It’s
Auto mode feature will optimise the internal settings so that in most situations, it can
take photos with ease. This camera also has additional modes and features that extend
the capabilities for the more experienced user.
111 Power on the camera by pressing the Power
button
.
222 Frame the shot using the focus bracket on the
LCD monitor. See illustration on the right.
333 Lightly pressing the Shutter button
down to the halfway position will start the automatic
focus and adjustments to the exposure level.
When the camera has successfully completed this
automatic routine, the focus bracket will turn green.
If the automatic focus and exposure routine is not
successful, the bracket will turn red. If this occurs,
simply release the shutter and repeat this step until
the bracket turns green. In some situations, lighting
and contrast may be insufficient for the camera to
successfully complete the auto focus and exposure
level routine. If this occurs, try better lighting.
444 Pressing the Shutter button
down fully will take the photo. If you take the photo
when the bracket is red, the focus and exposure may not be correct.
If the shake warning icon
appears, hold the camera steadily, with your arms at your
side or use a tripod to stabilize the camera to reduce the risk of blurred photos.
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6. Setting the Scene Mode
By simply selecting one of the following 30 modes, you can capture the image with the
most appropriate settings.
111 From the Record MENU
Record mode icon
222 Tap the
and
icon, tap to select Scene Mode. Or, tap on-screen
to enter scene mode selections.
to move through the scene mode selections.
333 The center highlighted scene mode icon will either have text to describe the benefits
of the mode or will have a side by side photo comparison that illustrates the benefits of
selecting that scene mode. It is important to note that by selecting a particular scene mode
(other that Auto) will take the camera out of it’s normal automatic settings capabilities and
therefore optimize various settings that match a specific scene.
444 Once the desired scene mode is highlighted, tap the icon to select and exit to live view.
The camera will remain in this scene mode until another is selected.
555 It is important to return the camera to the Auto mode when finished shooting specifics
conditions. This will reduce the risk of taking a bad photo in normal situations.
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7. Playback
You can playback the still images, videos and audio clips on the LCD screen.
File Navigation
There are 4 playback modes for file navigation in this camera:
• Single navigation
• Photo Steam
• Thumbnail
• Calendar
Viewing in Single Navigation Mode
The single navigation mode displays the image one by one on the LCD monitor. To view
images/videos/audio clips, follow the steps below:
111 Press the Playback button
on the camera.
222 The LCD monitor displays an image. To understand the icons and other information on
the screen
Photo
Movie
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Audio Clip
333 Tap the
or
icons to view next/previous image/video/audio.
444 To play a movie or audio clip, tap the on-screen Play icon
.
Delete
The Delete function allows to remove unwanted files in the internal memory or on the
memory card. Protected files cannot be erased, to delete, unprotect the file first.
- To delete a photo/video/audio clip:
111 Set the camera to Playback mode and locate the desired image by single navigation or
photo stream mode.
222 Tap the on-screen MENU icon
to launch playback menu and tap Delete. Or, tap
the on-screen
icon from photo steam mode.
- Available settings are as follow:
•Single. Select one file to delete.
•Voice Only. Delete the attached voice memo
only, not voice clips. The image is still retained in
the memory.
•Multi. Select multiple files to delete at the
same time.
•All. Delete all files.
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8. Using the Setup Menu
You can access the Setup menu whether you are in Record or Playback mode.
The Setup menu allows you to configure general camera settings.
- To enter the Setup Menu:
111 Tap the on-screen MENU icon
to launch the Record/Playback Menu.
222 Tap the tab button to launch Setup menu.
333 Tap
or
icons to turn pages.
444 Tap the desired option button to enter submenu.
555 Configure the settings in the submenu.
666 Press the on-screen
777 Tap the
or
icon to save and apply changed settings.
icons to exit the menu or return main menu anytime.
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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
Contact/phone Support:
simp.chinese@hpodd.com
繁體中文
trad.chinese@hpodd.com
Deutsch
deutsch@hpodd.com
Nederlands
hollands@hpodd.com
English
english@hpodd.com
Español
espanol@hpodd.com
Français
francais@hpodd.com
Italiano
italiano@hpodd.com
日本語
nippon@hpodd.com
한국어
korean@hpodd.com
Português
portugues@hpodd.com
Svenska
svensk@hpodd.com
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Contact/phone Support:
Country
Language
Number
België
Nederlandsk/ Deutsch
+ 32 2700 1724
Deutschland
Deutsch
+ 49 6950073896
España
Español
+ 34 914533458
France
Français
+ 33 171230454
Ireland
English
+ 353 1850882016
Italia
Italiano
+ 39 269682189
Nederland
Nederlandsk
+ 31 202015093
Schweiz
Deutsch/ Français/ Italiano
+ 41 18009686
UK
English
+ 44 2073652400
United States
English
1.866.694.7633
Canada
English and Français
Europe Region (EMEA)
North America
Country
México
Language
Español
1.866.694.7633
City
Number
Mexico City
52.55.1204.8185
Guadalajara
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Monterrey
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Venezuela
Español
Caracas
58.212.335.4574
Colombia
Español
Bogota
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Perú
Español
Lima
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Chile
Español
Santiago
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Brasil
Português
Sao Paolo
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Argentina
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Buenos Aires
54.11.6091.2399
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