Thank you for purchasing the Manhattan
HD 760 Pro Webcam, Model
Improve online communications, instant messaging, VoIP and social media with high-quality photos and video and better color. Plug-andplay with Windows and Mac compatibity, it’s ready to go and easy to use, with included software that simplifies settings and operation.*
The easy-to-follow instructions in this manual help make the camera’s setup quick and simple, so you’ll also soon be enjoying the benefits of these additional features:
• Easily capture, record and share widescreen HD photos and video up
to 720p – upload to Facebook, YouTube and more
• 12-megapixel image resolution with powerful 4x digital zoom function
and built-in microphone
• Face tracking, automatic color, exposure and brightness levels
maximize clarity in varying light conditions
• Personalize conversations and images with special video and frame
• Versatile base with clip and swivel magnetic mount ideal for notebook
and netbook computers
• Lifetime Warranty
Some screen images have been modified to fit the manual format.
• Windows XP/Vista/7/8 or Mac 10.4.8
* Software enhancements/features not compatible with Mac systems
• IBM PC with USB interface
• Pentium 200 or higher CPU
• CD-ROM drive
• 200 MB free disk space
• 32 MB RAM
Prior to installing the driver:
• Close any open software applications on your computer;
• Un-install any previously installed camera software or drivers;
• Disable any anti-virus software and any established firewall; and
• Ensure that the camera is
connected to the computer’s USB port
at this time.
With your computer turned on, insert the included CD in the CD-ROM drive. The installation interface will automatically display.
1. When presented with
the first InstallShield
prompt, click “Driver.”
2. On the subsequent
screens, click “Next”
or “Continue Anyway”
to proceed with the
3. When the InstallShield
Wizard prompts you
with a screen saying
the installation is
complete, click “Finish.”
1. Connect the camera to your computer’s USB port.
2. After a few seconds, the computer’s operating system will find and
recognize the connected camera, initially displaying a Welcome to
the Found New Hardware Wizard screen. Click “Next.”
3. On subsequent screens, click “Next” or “Continue Anyway” to proceed
with the installation.
4. When the Found New Hardware Wizard prompts you with a screen
that says the software installation is complete, click “Finish.”
1. From the desktop, go
to My Computer, then
2. Select/click on the
Hardware tab, then
click “Device Manager”
to display your list of
3. Confirm the camera
(or “USB 2.0 PC
Camera”) file appears
in the Imaging Devices
sure the folder doesn’t
have an exclamation
point (!) next to it
(which indicates an
4. From the desktop, go to Control
Panel, then click on Sounds
and Audio Devices.
5. Select/click on the Audio tab.
6. In the Sound Recording panel,
select “USB Camera” from the
Default Device drop-down
menu in order to activate the
camera’s built-in microphone.
USB 2.0 PC Camera
In addition to a convenient exterior focus ring, this camera features a snapshot button on the top of the device so you don’t need to access the software menu to use this handy feature.
Adjustable focus ring
Clip with swivel magnetic mount
To make any changes to the camera settings (image controls and modes and such) or to take advantage of the variety of effects (special effects and frame options), open the AMCap application (which may be found in your Control Panel settings or on your desktop, depending on your operating system). For example:
• To stabilize the video (if needed),
go to Options, then to Video
Capture Filter, and select the
Video Proc Amp tab to change
between “50 Hz” and “60 Hz” to
improve your results (see the
screen image on the next page).
• To establish a new location for
storing AVI images, go to File,
then Set Capture.
• To select a video output size,
go to Options, then to Video
Capture Pin (which then displays the Stream Format screen and the
Output Size drop-down menu, among several other Video Format and
Q What can be done to rectify a dropped frame or video lag?
The camera automatically activates Exposure (displayed on the
Auto Mode Control panel of the Video Proc Amp screen) when lighting
is determined to be insufficient. If continuity or delay problems occur,
deselect the “Auto” option for Exposure.
Q When using MSN, why isn’t my voice heard?
The built-in microphone probably isn’t activated. Check the “Sounds
and Audio Devices Properties” folder in the Device Manager or Control
Panel and make sure that “USB Camera” is elected as the Default
Device drop-down menu option in the Sound Recording panel. You
can also make sure that your Instant Messenger software is defaulted
to recognize the camera. Also, confirm that the other IM user has
the same software version and not one that’s incompatible.
Q How do I take 1.3-megapixel snapshots?
In the AMCAP application, go to Options, then Video Capture Pin to
display the Stream Format screen. In the Output Size field, select
“640 x 480” (VGA). Then return to Options and go to Video Capture
Filter. In the Image Control panel, set the VGA/SXGA slide bar to
“SXGA” (all the way to the right, which equates to 1280 x 960 pixels).
Q After inserting the installation CD, the autorun program doesn’t
work in Windows Vista, 7 or 8. How do I get the camera to install?
This is an issue involving how these two operating systems handle
the autorun.exe file. To install the software and drivers, you’ll need to
manually open the disk.
1. Right-click the My Computer icon and select “Explore.”
2. Browse the CD drive and right-click the setup program.
3. Select “Run as administrator”; the installation will begin.
4. Follow the prompts to complete the installation.
Standards and Certifications
• USB 2.0
• CMOS 1/6” color sensor; 1.3 megapixels 720p (software enhanced;
interpolated to 12 megapixels) with 4x digital zoom
• Lens: plastic, 6 mm (0.25 in.); 64° angle; manual focus with ring
• Image focus: 30 mm to infinity
• Photo and video recording maximum resolution up to 3200 x 2400
• Supports video transfer rates up to 30 fps (640 x 480 resolution,
VGA), 10 fps (1280 x 1024, VGA)
• Format: MPEG
• Color depth: 24-bit true color
• Manual focus, color equalizing, exposure and brightness balance
• Built-in microphone with top-mount snapshot button
• Built-in compression ratio (JPG)
• USB cable, 1.2 m (3.9 ft.)
• Dimensions: 50 x 50 x 85 mm (2 x 2 x 3.3 in.)
• Weight: 65 g (2.3 oz.)
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