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Verwendung als PC-Kamera
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GLÜCKWUNSCH
Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Erwerb Ihrer neuen Kamera.
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lesen Sie diese Anleitung bevor Sie die Kamera das erste Mal in
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Temperaturunterschieden. Wenn Sie die Kamera extremen Temperaturen aussetzen
besteht die Gefahr das die innenliegenden Komponenten sich
so stark erhitzen, das die Kamera zerstört wird und ggf. ein Feuer verursacht wird.
• Benutzen Sie die Kamera und das Zubehör nur in gut gelüfteter Umgebung.
Vorsichtsma-nahmen für Batterien/Akkus:
• Verwenden Sie ausschließlich den vorgeschriebenen Akku.
• Entsorgen Sie die Batterien ausschließlich den gesetzlichen Bestimmungen folgend.
• Das Auslaufen, die Überhitzung oder die Explosion von Batterien können ein Feuer
oder Verletzung zur Folge haben.
• Schließen Sie die Batterien keinesfalls kurz und setzen Sie diese keinen hohen
Temperaturen oder werfen diese gar in ein Feuer.
• Benutzen Sie keine alten und neuen Batterien auf ein Mal, vermeiden Sie auch die
Verwendung verschiedener Hersteller.
• Stellen Sie sicher, das die Batterien der korrekten Polarität folgend in das Batteriefach
eingelegt werden. (+/-).
• Das Ansammeln von Staub oder Schmutz in der Kamera über einen längeren Zeitraum
kann unter extremem Umständen zu einem Feuer führen. Es ist daher am besten die
Kamera in regelmäßigen Abständen, vor allem vor Perioden mit hoher Luftfeuchtigkeit
zu reinigen.
• Die Batterien entladen sich nach längerer Zeit in der Kamera ohne das Sie
diese benutzen. Nehmen Sie die Batterien daher in Zeiten längerer Nichtbenutzung
aus der Kamera heraus.
• Verwenden Sie keine Magnesiumbatterien da diese keine ausreichende Leistung zum
Betrieb der Kamera zur Verfügung stellen. Batterien können bei Temperaturen unter
0ºC verminderte Leistung haben.
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Table of Contents
Congratulations -------------------------------------------------------------------------1. System Requirements
----------------------------------------------------------2. Package Contents
---------------------------------------------------------------3. Quick Start
-------------------------------------------------------------------------4. Name of Parts
---------------------------------------------------------------------5. Display Information
-------------------------------------------------------------6. Getting Started
-------------------------------------------------------------------• Installing Camera Battery
----------------------------------------------------• Charging the Battery
----------------------------------------------------------• Inserting SD Card (Optional)
-----------------------------------------------• Turning On the Camera
------------------------------------------------------• Power Saving
-------------------------------------------------------------------• Using the AC adapter ------------------------------------------------------------7. Taking Pictures
------------------------------------------------------------------• Taking a Picture
---------------------------------------------------------------• Taking Continuous Pictures
------------------------------------------------• Using Digital Zoom
-----------------------------------------------------------• Using Flash Light
-------------------------------------------------------------• Setting Picture Quality
-------------------------------------------------------• Putting Yourself in the Picture
---------------------------------------------8. Taking Videos
-------------------------------------------------------------------• Taking a Video
-----------------------------------------------------------------9. Reviewing Pictures and Videos
-------------------------------------------• Reviewing Pictures and Videos
-------------------------------------------• Viewing Nine Pictures
-------------------------------------------------------• Using Slide Show
-------------------------------------------------------------• Magnifying Pictures
----------------------------------------------------------• Selecting Pictures for Printing (DPOF Print Settings)
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10. Deleting Pictures and Videos
----------------------------------------------• Deleting Single Picture or Video
-------------------------------------------• Deleting All Pictures and Videos
-------------------------------------------• Formatting Internal Memory or SD Card
---------------------------------11. Customizing Your Camera Settings
-------------------------------------* Capture Function Menu
-----------------------------------------------------* Playback Function Menu
---------------------------------------------------12. Installing Your Camera Driver
---------------------------------------------13. Installing Software
-------------------------------------------------------------14. Uninstalling Software
--------------------------------------------------------• Uninstalling Software
----------------------------------------------------------• Uninstall Camera's Driver
----------------------------------------------------15. Downloading Pictures and Use PC Camera
---------------------------16. Downloading Pictures in Macintosh and Linux
----------------------17. Ulead Photo Explorer 8.0 SE
-----------------------------------------------18. Ulead COOL 360
----------------------------------------------------------------19. Internet Video Conference ---------------------------------------------------Appendix
------------------------------------------------------------------------------Specifications
---------------------------------------------------------------------Getting Help
-----------------------------------------------------------------------Safty Tips and Maintance -------------------------------------------------------Regulatory Information
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Congratulations
Congratulations on the purchase of your new camera.
Your camera has been carefully engineered and manufactured to give you
dependable operation. Read this manual before operating the camera to
become more familiar with it. This manual has been written and formatted with
depth and detail so that you can easily follow the instructions to maximize the
features of your camera.
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1. System Requirements
• Personal computer, laptop, desktop, or IBM compatible with Pentium 166
MHz minimum, and with an active USB (Universal Serial Bus) port.
• Windows 98 SE / ME / 2000 / XP, CD ROM drive, color monitor, mouse and
keyboard.
• Color printer for printing color pictures.
• For transferring still images via the Internet, or for video conferencing, your
computer must have modem and communication software for Internet
connection.
2. Package Contents
Make sure that all of the items shown below are included with your camera.
• Digital camera
• Lithiumion battery
• USB cable
• Video cable
• Pouch
• Wrist strap
• Installation CD
• User’s guide
• USB to DC cable
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3. Quick Start
CAUTION
• Please install the camera driver before using your camera with a PC.
• Best way to transfer picture to PC is using the PC-DISK (Mass Storage)
mode to copy all your pictures.
• You need to charge the lithium battery before using the camera for the
first time.
• Getting Ready
1.Open the battery compartment cover.
2.Load the battery and the SD card (Optional)
into the camera.
3.Close the battery compartment cover.
4.Connect USB Data Cable with PC and digital
camera to charge the Battery.
5.The charging is complete when the recharge
lamp turns from red to green. (It takes about
two hours to achieve a full charge.)
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• Taking a Picture
1.Turn on the camera.
2.Slide the Function switch to
(Capture
Function).
3.Point the camera at the subject, use the
viewfinder or monitor screen to compose the
picture.
4.Hold the camera still, gently press the shutter button to take a picture.
• Reviewing a Picture
1.Turn on the camera.
2.Slide the Function switch to Ź (Playback
Function).
3.Use Ÿ or ź to scroll through the pictures or
videos on the monitor screen.
• Deleting a Picture
Delete One
1.Turn on the camera.
2.Slide the Function switch to Ź (Playback
Function).
3.Use Ÿ or ź to display the picture you want to
delete.
4.Press the MENU button to turn on the menu and then use Ż and Ź to
select [Delete] on the screen. Press the Enter button.
5.Use Ż or Ź button to select
([Delete One]), and then press the Enter
button to confirm.
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4. Name of Parts
The following illustrations show the names of each component, button, and
switch on the camera.
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Indicators
1.Indicator Lamp (Green)
2.Self-Timer Lamp (Red)
3.Recharge Lamp
Digital Interface:
USB 1.1
Video Output:
TV out in NTSC / PAL
DIGITAL ZOOM
During shooting, user can push Ż and Ź to zoom in and zoom out.
Display Button
Press the Enter button the current information on LCD monitor will be
displayed.
Menu Button
You can turn the menu ON or OFF by pressing the Menu button. As menu
turn on, main menu items appear, use Ż and Ź button to select and press
the Enter button or Ÿ ź button to enter each menu item.
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5. Display Information
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6. Getting Started
NOTE: The battery must be charged before using.
• Installing Camera Battery:
1.Open the battery compartment cover.
2.Insert battery. Be sure to load battery with + and –
terminals as shown on the camera.
3.Close the battery compartment cover.
• Charging the Battery
1.Make sure the battery is installed in the camera. Turn off the camera.
2.Connect the USB cable to the camera and your computer’s USB port.
Charging begins after a few seconds.
3.The recharge lamp glows red while charging, then glows green when the
battery is fully charged. (It takes about two hours to achieve a full charge.)
4.After charging is complete, remove the camera from the USB Data Cable.
Note: You can also use the USB to DC cable and AC adapter to charge
the battery. (see page 10 )
• Your camera is powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery (NOKIA 82XX, 83XX
series).
• The battery is not charged when you purchase the camera. You need to charge the
battery before using the camera for the first time.
• It takes about two hours to achieve a full charge. Actual charging time depends on
current battery capacity and charging conditions.
• The camera can operate normally when battery is recharging. However, doing so
may result longer charging time.
• If the camera does not turn on, be sure you have inserted the battery correctly.
Match the + and – terminals on the battery and the camera.
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• Inserting SD Card (Optional):
The camera offers two options for storing pictures and videos:
Internal Memory - Store pictures and videos in the 16 MB internal memory.
SD Card - Optional SD cards provide removable, reusable storage for
pictures and videos. Store as many pictures as you like, depending
on the size of the card.
CAUTION:
• The card can only be inserted one way; forcing it may damage the
camera or card. Do not insert or remove a card when power is on.
To insert an SD card:
1.Turn off the camera and open the battery
compartment cover.
2.Orient the card as shown. Push the card into
the slot to the connector.
3.Firmly to remove the card, push it in, then
release it. When the card is partially ejected,
pull it out.
4.Close the battery compartment cover.
Note: 1.If the SD card is present in the camera, then the picture/ video
will save in the SD card. If no card is installed, the camera uses
internal memory.
2.If the “MEMORY FULL” warning message appears on the LCD
monitor, it means the SD card or internal memory is full. Please
remove the memory and insert a new one or move/store all
picture/video in memory to your computer.
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• Turning On the Camera:
1.Press the Power button on as shown in the
illustration.
2.Buzzer will beep and indicator lamp will light.
The LCD monitor will be turned on.
3.Press the Power button again to shutdown
the camera.
• Power Saving:
The camera automatically enters the sleep mode after 1 minute if not in
operation (the LCD monitor will be turned off and the green lamp still on).
Press the shutter button to wake up the camera.
The camera will shutdown automatically after another 1 minute in sleep mode.
• Using the AC adapter:
An optional AC adapter allows you to charge the battery from a common AC
wall outlet. Be sure to use the specified AC adapter. (AC adapter output: 6V 500mA) Use an AC adapter designed to operate on the AC voltage in the
area the camera is being used.
1.Plug the AC adapter into the
round power connector on the
USB to DC cable and into a
power outlet.
2.Plug the other end of the USB
to DC cable into the square
USB connector on the camera.
3.Charging begins after a few
seconds.
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7. Taking Pictures
• Taking a Picture
1.Turn on the camera.
2.The LCD monitor will display
image and symbols.
3.Slide the Function switch to
(Capture Function).
4.The LCD monitor will display
(Snapshot Mode). If icon is different,
press the MODE button (ź) until the icon appears on the LCD monitor.
5.Point the camera at the subject, use the monitor screen or the viewfinder to
compose the image. (If turn the Macro switch to
, you can take picture
as close as 50cm.)
6.Holding the camera still, gently press the Shutter button to take the picture.
7.The indicator lamp blinks while the camera is recording.
8.You will hear beep sound indicating snapshot completed.
Note : How to take a good shot? After pressing down shutter button,
keep your hand steady for 2 seconds to get best result.
• Taking Continuous Pictures
1.Make sure the Function switch is
. (Capture Function)
2.Press the MODE button (ź) until
(Continuous Mode)
appears on the LCD monitor.
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3.Point the camera at the subject, use the monitor screen to compose the
image.
4.Holding the camera still, gently press the shutter button to take the picture.
5.You will hear beep sound and capture start.
6.A beeping sound indicates completion of four snapshots.
• Using Digital Zoom
The Digital Zoom provides up to 4X magnification of
your pictures. You may notice a decrease in printed
image quality when using Digital Zoom.
1.Make sure the Function switch is
LCD to frame your subject.
2.
. Use the
( Ź ) Button: The subject will be enlarged.
( Ż ) Button: The subject will be reduced.
Press the Ź to zoom in. Keep the button pressed for continuous
magnification. The LCD displays the zoomed image and the magnification
level.
3.Press the Ż to zoom out.
4.Press the Shutter button to take the picture.
Note: 1.The image will appear grainier as the image is digitally zoomed.
2.Digital Zoom is automatically turned off when the camera is
turned off.
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• Using Flash Light
When you take pictures at night, indoors, or outdoors in
heavy shadows, your use the flash.
Press the
button (Ÿ) repeatedly to scroll through
the flash options.
The flash icon that is displayed on the LCD monitor is the active option.
Off—flash never fires. (Default)
Auto Flash—flash fires when the lighting conditions require it.
Force Flash—flash fires every time you take a picture, regardless
of the lighting conditions.
Red-eye—flash fires once so the subject’s eyes become
accustomed to the flash, then fires again when the picture is taken.
The Red-eye option remains in effect until you change it.
Note: All flash options revert to Off when the camera is turned off.
• Setting Picture Quality
Use the Quality setting to select a picture resolution:
1.Make sure the Function switch is
, then press the MENU button.
2.Press the Ż or Ź to select [Pict Size] and press the Enter button.
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3.Select an option with Ż or Ź :
XL (2848 x 2136) — for enlarged picture size; produces the highest picture
resolution.
L (2272 x 1704) — for enlarged picture size; produces higher picture
resolution and larger file size.
M (2048 x 1536) — for standard picture size; produces normal picture
resolution and middle file size.
S (1024 x 768) — for small picture size; pictures are of lower resolution and
file size are smaller.
NOTE: WHEN USING XL PICTURE QUALITY, THE CAMERA WILL
PERFORM A POST-PROCESSING WHICH WILL TAKE AROUND 25
SECONDS. SO PICTURE WILL SHOW UP ON THE LCD ONLY AFTER 25
SECONDS USER PRESSES THE SHUTTER BUTTON TO TAKE A
PICTURE.
4.Press the Enter button to confirm.
Note: This setting remains until you change it.
• Putting Yourself in the Picture
The Self Timer creates a default delay between the time you press the
Shutter button and the time the picture is taken. This setting is ideal when you
want to include yourself in the picture.
1.Make sure the Function switch is
.
2.Press the MODE button (ź) until
appears on the LCD monitor.
(Self-Timer Mode)
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3.Place the camera on a flat surface or use a tripod.
4.Compose the picture, then press the Shutter button all the way down.
5.The red Self Timer light, located on the front of the camera, blinks for 10
seconds before the picture is taken.
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8. Taking Videos
• Taking a Video
1.Turn on the camera.
2.The LCD monitor will display image
and symbols.
3.Slide the Function switch to
(Capture Function).
4.Press the MODE button (ź) until
appears on the LCD monitor. (Video
Mode)
5.Frame your subject on the LCD or
viewfinder, then press the Shutter
button to take the video.
6.Press the Shutter button again to stop recording.
7.The pop up menu will appears and allowing selection of save or
delete the video.
Save
Delete
Highlight the Save option, then press the Enter button to save the video.
Highlight the Delete option, then press the Enter button to delete the video.
Note: 1.During recording, user can press the Ż / Ź button for zoom
in/out.
2.The video resolution is QVGA (320 x240).
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9. Reviewing Pictures and Videos
• Reviewing Pictures and Videos
1.Turn on the camera.
2.Slide the Function switch to Ź (Playback Function). The last picture or
video is displayed.
3.Use Ÿ and ź to select the picture or video (If
appears on the LCD
monitor) you want to review.
4.Press the Enter button to start playback of the video.
5.During the playback, press the Enter button to pause / resume the video
playing.
Note: 1. Hold down Ÿ or źbutton to display pictures continuously.
2. You can use the Ż or Ź button to enlarge or reduce picture
(except XL [2848 x 2136] Picture Size).
• Viewing Nine Pictures
View nine pictures at once on the LCD monitor (Index View) so that you can
search the picture quickly.
1.Make sure the Function switch is Ź , then press the MENU button.
2.Press the Ż or Ź to select View on the screen and press the Enter button.
3.Press the Ż or Ź to select
([Thumbnails]) and press the Enter
button.
4.Nine picture thumbnail appear on the LCD monitor.
5.Use Ż and Ź to select the picture. Press the Enter button for the picture
you want to zoom.
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• Using Slide Show
Use the Slide Show feature to sequentially display your pictures and videos
on the camera LCD, on a television screen, or on any external display device
equipped with a video input.
1.Make sure the Function switch is Ź , then press the MENU button.
2.Press the Ż or Ź to select [View] on the screen and press the Enter
button.
3.Press the Ż or Ź to select
and press the Enter button.
4.Each picture and video thumbnails is displayed once, in the order in which
you took them.
5.After slide show finished, highlight the Restart option, then
Restart
Exit
press the Enter button to playback again. If you want to cancel
the Slide Show, highlight the Exit option, then press the Enter
button to stop the Slide Show.
Note: If you want to run the slide show on a television, connect the
video cable from the video-out port on the camera to the video-in
port on the television. Ensure that the Video Out setting is
correctly set to NTSC or PAL.
• Magnifying Pictures
Use the Magnify feature to zoom in to different areas of the picture.
1.Make sure the Function switch is Ź .
2.Use Ÿ and ź to select the picture you want to enlarge, then press the
MENU button.
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3.Press the Ż or Ź to select [Zoom] on the screen and press the Enter
button.
4.The frame (approximate location of the magnified area) appears on the LCD
monitor. Use Ÿ ź Ż Ź to select location of the magnified area and press
the Enter button.
5.The picture is displayed at 2X magnification. Use Ÿ ź Ż Ź to navigate to
different parts of the picture.
6.Press the Enter button to redisplay the picture at the original size.
Note: 1. Videos cannot be enlarged.
2. The Magnify feature not support XL (2848 x 2136) Picture Size.
• Selecting Pictures for Printing (DPOF Print Settings)
1.Make sure the Function switch is Ź .
2.Use Ÿ and ź to select the picture you want to print, then press the MENU
button.
3.Press the Ż or Ź to select [Print] on the screen and press the Enter
button.
4.For setting images one by one:
Use Ż or Ź button to select
([Print One]), and then press the Enter
button to set current picture for printing with DPOF.
For setting all images on the SD card:
Select
([Print All]) to set all pictures for printing with DPOF.
5.The checkmark
appears the LCD monitor.
6.You can use the DPOF print settings to print with an optional direct print
function compliant printer. (Refer to your printer User’s Guide for details.)
Note: The DPOF printing feature support SD card only.
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10. Deleting Pictures and Videos
Delete item allow user to delete current or all the stored images from the
internal memory or SD card.
• Deleting Single Picture or Video
1.Turn on the camera.
2.The LCD monitor will display image and symbols.
3.Slide the Function switch to Ź (Playback Function).
4.Use Ÿ and ź to select the picture or video you want to delete, then press
the MENU button.
5.Press the Ż or Ź to select [Delete] on the screen
and press the Enter button.
Delete One
6.Press the Ż or Ź to select
([Delete One]),
then press the Enter button to delete the picture
or video.
• Deleting All Pictures and Videos
1.Make sure the Function switch is Ź , then press the MENU button.
2.Press the Ż or Ź to select [Delete] on the screen and press the Enter
button.
3.Press the Ż or Ź to select
([Delete All]), then press the Enter button
to delete all pictures or videos.
4.The “NO PICTURE !” warning message appears on the LCD monitor.
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• Formatting Internal Memory or SD Card
1.Make sure the Function switch is Ź , then press the MENU button.
2.Press the Ż or Ź to select [Delete] on the screen and press the Enter
button.
3.Press the Ż or Ź to select
([Format]), then press the Enter button to
format Internal Memory or SD card.
4.The “NO PICTURE !” warning message appears on the LCD monitor.
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11. Customizing Your Camera Settings
* Capture Function Menu
When user slide the Function switch to
(Capture Function). Press the
MENU button can turn ON/OFF function menu. Use Ż or Ź button to select
items, press the Enter button to confirm.
[ White Bal ]: (White Balance)
When the white balance is set to match the light source, the camera can take
picture more accurately.
Auto (*)
The camera sets the white balance automatically according to
shooting conditions.
Daylight
Use when shooting at outdoors in sunlight on a clear day.
Cloudy
Use when shooting at outdoors and the sunlight is not enough
such as under cloudy skies, in shade or at dusk.
Tungsten
For recording under tungsten fluorescent lighting.
Fluorescent
For recording under fluorescent lighting.
(*) : Default
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[ Exp Val ]: (Exposure Value)
Exposure compensation lets you change
the exposure setting (EV value) manually
to adjust for the lighting of your subject.
This feature helps to achieve better results when recording a backlit subject,
a strongly lit subject indoors, or a subject that is against a dark background.
1.Press the Ż or Ź to adjust the compensation.
2.Press the Enter button to confirm.
• The settings can be adjusted in 1/2 steps within the range -2 and +2.
• You can check the result of the compensation by viewing the image on the
LCD monitor.
[ Pict Size ]: (Picture Size)
You can change the picture size (excluding videos) settings to suit your
purpose.
XL (eXtra Large)
2848 x 2136
pixels
for enlarged picture size; produces the highest
picture resolution.
L (Large)
2272 x 1704
pixels
for enlarged picture size; produces higher picture
resolution and larger file size.
M (Medium)
2048 x 1536
pixels
for standard picture size; produces normal picture
resolution and middle file size.
S (Small)
1024 x 768
pixels
for small picture size; produces lower picture
resolution and smaller file size.
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[ Advance ]:
Select Advance Option to bring up the following
advanced menu. Use Ÿ and ź to select the
function you want to set, and then press the Ż and
Ź to change the currently selected setting.
Press the Enter button to confirm the setting.
Beeper:
ON
Setting the beep sound to on. (*)
OFF Setting the beep sound to off.
LCD:
Bright
Setting the LCD monitor brighteness to bright.
Normal
Setting the LCD monitor brighteness to normal. (*)
Dark
Setting the LCD monitor brighteness to dark.
Quick Review:
ON
Setting the quick review feature to on.
OFF
Setting the quick review feature to off. (*)
Timer:
10 sec Setting the timer in self-timer mode to 10 second. (*)
15 sec Setting the timer in self-timer mode to 15 second.
20 sec Setting the timer in self-timer mode to 20 second.
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Press the Menu button to cancel the advance
menu and return to shooting status.
(*) : Default
Quality:
SuperFine Setting the picture quality to super fine. (Bigger file size)
Fine
Setting the picture quality to fine. (*)
Normal
Setting the picture quality to normal. (Small file size)
TV / Flicker:
PAL / 50Hz
Setting the TV mode to PAL and the flicker frequency to 50 Hz.
(*)
NTSC / 50Hz Setting the TV mode to NTSC and the flicker frequency to 50
Hz.
PAL / 60Hz
Setting the TV mode to PAL and the flicker frequency to 60 Hz.
NTSC / 60Hz Setting the TV mode to NTSC and the flicker frequency to 60
Hz.
Language:
English
Setting the language to English. (Standard Language)
Deutsch German Setting the language to German.
Reset:
YES Setting to default.
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* Playback Function Menu
When you slide the Function switch to Ź (Playback Function), pressing
Menu button can turn ON/OFF Playback mode menu. Use Ż or Ź button to
select items, press the Enter button to confirm.
[ Delete ]:
Delete item allow user to delete current or all the stored images from the
memory.
Delete One
Select “Delete One” to delete (erase) current picture or video.
Delete All
Select “Delete All” to delete (erase) all pictures or videos.
Format
Select “Format” to format the flash memory or CF card.
[ View ]:
Default setting of the playback mode displays one picture in the LCD screen.
Single
Select “Single” to Display one picture.
Thumbnails
Select “Thumbnails” to Display nine picture.
Slide Show
Select “Slide Show” to Slide Show.
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User can select to show nine pictures in screen, and a white-frame indicates
the current picture selected, just press the Enter button to fill (enlarge) the
picture in screen. Using Ż or Ź button to jump previous/next picture.
Once the user selects the Slide Show Mode, camera will
Restart
Exit
automatically play all the pictures. When playing finished, the pop
up menu will appears and allowing selection of restart or exit this
mode. During slide-show, user can press the Enter button to stop it.
[ Print ] (DPOF):
Select this item to bring up the printing option.
Print One
Select “Print One” to print current picture.
Print All
Select “Print All” to print all pictures.
Cancel One Select “Cancel One” to cancel print setting of current picture.
Cancel All
Select “Cancel All” to cancel print setting of all pictures.
[ Zoom ]:
In Zoom item, use Ÿ ź Ż Ź to select the area of interest, press the Enter
button, enlarge zoom area to whole screen. User can move adjust the
zooming area to each part of the picture by Ÿ ź Ż Ź Select Enter button to
cancel the Zoom.
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12. Installing Your Camera Driver
• Turn on your computer.
• Insert the installation CD into your CD-ROM drive and the installation CD
menu should appear. If the menu does not appear, double-click the CD drive
icon in My Computer or run D:\Autorun.exe to open the setup screen
(assuming that your CD-ROM drive is drive D:).
Do not connect the camera to the computer at this time.
• When you see the following screen,
choose "Digital Camera Driver".
• Follow the instructions on screen.
• Restart your computer.
• Slide the Function switch to
(PC-CAM mode).
• Connect USB Cable with PC and digital
camera. Turn on your camera.
• PC will find "Digital MultiCam (Still)" and
"Digital MultiCam (Video)" device by
itself.
For Windows 2000/XP only:
During installation of the driver, your computer
may display "Digital Signature Not Found"
(Windows 2000) or "Hardware Installation"
(Windows XP) windows.
Please select "Yes" and continue installation.
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13. Installing Software
In order to download your photos to your computer, you must InstallΚ
1. Ulead Photo Explorer 8.0 SE
Photo Explorer makes photography easy and fun on the PC. Acquire,
organize, edit and share photos fast.
2. Ulead COOL 360
COOL 360 quickly and easily allows photo editing for consumers to transform
a series of photos into a complete 360° panoramic or wide-angle panoramic
scene for an impressive viewing experience.
• Insert the installation CD into your CD-ROM drive and the installation CD
menu should appear. If the menu does not appear, double-click the CD
drive icon in My Computer or run D:\Autorun.exe to bring up the setup
screen (assuming that your CD-ROM drive is drive D:).
• When you see the following screen, choose "Ulead Photo Explorer 8.0" or
"Ulead COOL360" to install the software.
• Follow the instructions on screen.
• Installed software will automatically
create Ulead Photo Explorer 8.0 SE or
Ulead COOL 360 icons on your
desktop.
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14. Uninstalling Software
Following instruction will guide you to uninstall (remove) software from
computer.
• Uninstalling Software
1. Click "Start" from the task bar and choose "Settings" -> "Control Panel".
(For Windows XP : "Start" -> "Control Panels")
2. Double click "Add/Remove Programs".
3. Select the program to be uninstalled: "Ulead Photo Explorer 8.0 SE" or
"Ulead COOL 360 1.0".
4. Click on "Remove Program" (For Windows 2000/XP : "Change/Remove")
and then "OK".
• Uninstall Camera's Driver
1. Click "Start" from the task bar and choose "Settings" -> "Control Panel".
(For Windows XP : "Start" -> "Control Panels").
2. Double click "Add/Remove Programs".
3. Select the program to be uninstalled "Digital MultiCam Driver".
4. Click on "Remove Program" (For Windows 2000/XP : "Change/Remove")
and then "OK".
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15. Downloading Pictures and Use PC Camera
• Slide the Function switch to Ź (PC-DISK mode).
• Connect USB Data Cable with PC and digital camera. Turn on your camera.
• Double click “My Computer” icon on desktop and the
“My Computer” windows should appear. (If your
operating system is Windows XP, press “start” and
select “My Computer” and the “My Computer”
windows should appear)
• If you see "Removable Disk (F:)", then your camera
removable disk device is ready.
• You can copy or move files (.jpg and .avi ) to your computer from the folder
“100PHOTO” by the path F:\DCIM\100PHOTO. (Supposing drive (F) is
the removable disk).
• If you want to create cool photos and share with others. You can use
Ulead Photo Explorer 8.0 SE.
Note:
1. If your OS is Windows 98/98 SE, you must install the driver before
using PC-DISK mode.
2. In PC-DISK mode, if you display images in windows explorer as
visual thumbnails, please don’t remove the USB cable from PC.
3. You should play with images that have been copied to PC.
PC Camera
Slide the Function switch to
(PC-CAM mode). Link USB Data Cable
with PC and digital camera. Turn on your camera.
Note: You must install the driver before using PC-CAM mode.
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16. Downloading Pictures in Macintosh and Linux
Before start the function. Make sure put into battery. If not, open the battery
compartment cover and insert batteries. Make sure to load batteries with +
and – terminals as indicated. Close the battery compartment.
Mac OS 9:
• Slide the Function switch to Ź (PC-DISK mode)
• Connect USB Cable with Mac and digital camera. Turn on your camera,
then an ”Untitled” removable disk icon should appear.
• Double click the ”Untitled” removable disk icon and enter into DCIM
folder. Inside this folder, you can find another folder labeled
“100PHOTO”, double click it and you can find all the photo files in the
camera.
• You can now copy or move photo files to your computer.
RedHat Linux 8.0:
RedHat Linux user can use the following example steps to access camera
images. For detail operation please refer to RedHat Linux 8.0 User Manual.
• To download photo, first slide the Function switch to Ź (PC-DISK mode),
then connect USB cable to the Linux machine. At this time, find the
“Hardware Browser” (M) program from Linux program menu, check into
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“Hard Drives” (N) and find the new drive called “MultiCam Disk” (O). In this
example, “sda1” (P) is the new device can be mounted as a new disk.
• Now the drive has been detected by the system, open a Linux Terminal, use
the following example as a reference to mount the device:
• In command prompt #, type “mkdir /mnt/multicam“, press enter.
• In command prompt #, type “mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/multicam”, press enter.
• Sometimes you need to specify the drive type as MSDOS, use “man mount”
for detail usage.
• Now, you can access camera photos in the
“/mnt/multicam/DCIM/100PHOTO” directory. Please copy all the photos into
your own directory for storage.
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17. Ulead Photo Explorer 8.0 SE
Photo Explorer combines tools for acquiring, viewing, organizing, adjusting,
and sharing images and video. It has a Browser that lets you browse,
preview and manage the files and folders in your computer, and a Viewer
which gives full-size view of images.
The Browser:
The Viewer:
You can use Ulead Photo Explorer to:
• Quickly view, move, copy, delete or rename the media files in any folder.
• Conveniently create cool screen savers, calendars, Windows wallpaper,
slide shows and web pages with thumbnail-based hyperlinks.
• Directly acquire images from digital cameras and capture video clips from
PC cameras.
Note: For detailed operation procedures, please refer to
D:\PEX8\Document\Manual\English\pex8.pdf in the bundled
CD-ROM. (assuming that your CD-ROM drive is drive D:)
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18. Ulead COOL 360
Double click the COOL 360 icon on your desktop to open the
program.
1. START- Starting a Project
Click the "New Project" icon from the options panel, the
“New Project Wizard” will direct you through project setup.
• Organize your panorama project by selecting a project
type, name, location and enter a short project description.
• Search, select and sort files with visual previews in a single dialog
box. Panorama setup is simple.
• Choosing correct camera lens and stitching options is important in making
a high quality panorama. (Click Finish when you are ready to continue)
2. ADJUST - Perfecting your photos
Unique adjustment tools give you superior control over the
appearance of individual images in the Adjust Step.
• Correct differences in color balance, camera tilt and camera angle
to perfect your panorama.
• Align images manually via drag and drop or keyboard nudging.
3. FINISH - Sharing Panoramas
Sharing options provide many possibilities for displaying
panoramas:
• Save, E-mail, Web, Screen Saver, Print and Copy.
• Double click the COOL 360 Viewer icon
to open the program. The
COOL 360 Viewer can display and navigate the viewer around the 360o
panorama view.
Note: For detailed operation procedures, please refer to the program
Help.
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19. Internet Video Conferencing
To run a video conference with another person, you and the other person
must have the computer station configured with web camera, microphone,
speakers, and have access to the Internet.
You have to download video conference software, purchased or free, such as
basic software like I-phone or Microsoft NetMeeting.
As example: to download Windows NetMeeting, go to www.microsoft.com
search for NetMeeting and follow the download procedure.
Starting NetMeeting, you have to follow the simple set up procedure on the
computer screen, enter your personal information and adjust the microphone
volume. Here's how video conferencing works:
To receive video:
1.Call someone you want to see/hear.
2.On the Tools menu, point to Video, and then click Receive.
If you have a video camera, you can send video to the person you are calling.
To send video
1.Call someone you want to see/hear.
2.Click the Start Video button.
Note:
You can also send video by clicking the Tools menu, pointing to Video, and
then clicking Send. After starting the video, the button changes to Stop Video.
To stop the video, click the Stop Video button again.
Note: For software support, or detailed information how to work with
Photo Explorer 8.0 SE or COOL 360 – contact www.ulead.com
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Appendix :
Specifications
Image Sensor
CMOS Sensor (2048 x 1536 pixel), Sensor area 1 / 2 "
Lens Specification F 2.8, f = 8.8 mm, View angle 52 °, 5 Glasses Element
Focus Range
Normal: 1.5m to Infinity, Macro: 50 cm
Microsoft Windows 98SE / 2000 / ME / XP
Operating System Support Image Download for RedHat Linux 8.0 and MAC OS 9
or Later
Flash Strobe
Yes, (Auto, Flash On, Flash Off, Red Eye Reduction)
White Balance
Automatic / Daylight / Cloudy / Fluorescent / Tungsten
Exposure Control Auto / Manual (-2EV ~ +2EV)
Frame Rate VGA 640 x 480 pixels 15 fps
Video Mode
QVGA 320 x 240 pixels 24 fps
6.0M --- 2848 x 2136 pixels ~ 14 pictures
4.0M --- 2272 x 1704 pixels ~ 21 pictures
Capacity –
3.2M --- 2048 x 1536 pixels (Superfine) ~ 18 pictures
Still Mode
2048 x 1536 pixels (Fine) ~ 27 pictures
2048 x 1536 pixels (Normal) ~ 39 pictures
XVGA --- 1024 x 768 pixels ~ 109 pictures
Movie Mode
QVGA 320 x 240 pixel up to 85 sec. (25 fps)
Compression
JPEG / MJPEG (AVI)
Zoom
4x Digital Zoom
Display
1.5” TFT LCD
PC Interface
USB 1.1
Video Output
NTSC and PAL
Storage Type
Built-in 16MB Flash Memory + SD Card Slot (Card Not Included)
Power
Lithium-ion Rechargeable Battery (3.7V)
Dimension(WxHxD) 89.5 x 58 x 20mm
Bundled Software Ulead Photo Explorer 8.0 SE and COOL 360
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• Shielded cables must be used with this unit to ensure compliance with the Class B
FCC limits.
• Please avoid using the camera in high or low temperature. Operation temperature
range 32˚F - 104˚F (0˚C - 40˚C).
• It is normal that the temperature of the camera body rises after being in use for a long
period.
• Do not leave this camera in places subject to extremely high temperatures, such as in
a sealed vehicle,
under direct sunlight, or in other places with extreme variances in temperature.
Exposure to extreme temperatures
may adversely affect the camera’s internal components and could cause a fire.
• Always use the camera and its accessories in a well-ventilated area.
• Allowing dust to accumulate in the camera over a long period of time is hazardous and
in extreme circumstances may cause a fire. It is best to clean your camera prior to
seasonal periods of high humidity.
Precautions for batteries:
• Use Li-ion batteries only.
• Dispose of the batteries in a manner that complies with applicable laws.
• Leakage, overheating, or burst batteries could result in fire or injury.
• Do not short circuit, heat or dispose of batteries in fire.
• Do not use old batteries with new ones, or mix brands of batteries.
• Ensure the batteries are positioned correctly with regard to polarity (+/-).
• Batteries may lose power if kept inside the camera for a long time without using.
Please remove the
batteries while the camera is not in use.
• Do not use manganese batteries as they cannot supply sufficient power to support the
camera’s operations.
Batteries may not work normally under 32˚F (0˚C).
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