Thank you for purchasing this Konica product. Digital Revio KD

GB/D
Thank you for purchasing this Konica product.
Digital Revio KD-300Z is a digital camera equipped with a 3.34 megapixel CCD for high quality digital photography.
Before using the camera, please read this User’s Manual carefully and
follow its instructions to assure proper use.
Wir danken Ihnen für das Vertrauen, das Sie Konica mit dem Kauf
dieses Produkts bewiesen haben.
Bei der Digital Revio KD-300Z handelt es sich um eine Digitalkamera,
deren CCD-Element mit 3,34 Mio. Pixeln arbeitet, so dass
Digitalaufnahmen von höchster Qualität erzielt werden.
Bitte lesen Sie diese Anleitung vor Inbetriebnahme der Kamera
aufmerksam durch, damit Sie alle Funktionen optimal nutzen können,
und befolgen Sie alle Anweisungen, um einen fehlerfreien Betrieb zu
gewährleisten.
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Contents
Please purchase “Secure Digital (SD) Memory Cards” or “Multi-Media
Cards*” (MMC) for use with this camera. These cards are referred to in
these User’s Instructions as “Memory Cards.”
* MultiMedia Card is a registered trademark of Infineon Technologies AG
(Germany), licensed to MMCA (MultiMediaCard Association).
Names of Parts .......................... 4
Basic Preparations
Loading and Recharging the
Battery Pack .............................. 9
Loading and Removing Memory
Cards ....................................... 10
Setting the Date ...................... 12
Camera Basics
Using the LCD Monitor when
Shooting .................................. 13
Recording Moving Images ...... 17
Using the Optical
Viewfinder ................................ 18
White Balance ......................... 31
Aperture-Priority
Photography ............................ 34
Using Manual Focus ............... 35
Long Exposure Mode .............. 36
Increasing Exposure Sensitivity
to 2x, 4x ................................... 38
Selecting the Metering
Mode ........................................ 39
Other Functions ....................... 41
Camera Functions
Selecting Flash Mode .............
Macro and Landscape
Photography ............................
Using the Self-timer ................
Setting Image Quality ..............
Exposure Compensation .........
Using Color Mode for B&W
and Sepia Images ...................
22
24
26
27
29
30
Image Playback Basics
Displaying Images on the LCD
Monitor .................................... 42
Playing Movies ........................ 43
Advanced Image Playback
and Delete Functions
“Thumbnail” Picture Review in
Forward/Reverse Direction ..... 45
Closeup Image Playback ........ 45
Displaying Exposure
Information .............................. 46
Multiple Image Display
(Index Display) .........................
Erasure Prevention ..................
Erasing Individual Images .......
Erasing All Images ...................
Camera Setup Options
Formatting Memory Cards ........ 57
Turning the Electronic Tone
ON/OFF ................................... 59
Setting Auto Power-Off ........... 60
Selecting the Automatic
Focus Mode ............................. 62
Mode Lock ON/OFF ................ 63
Digital Zoom ON/OFF ............. 65
Selecting the Display Language ..... 66
Selecting the Video
Transferring Images to Other
Devices
Transferring Images to a
Computer ................................. 73
Sending Images to a Printer ..... 74
Other Information
LCD Monitor Operations ......... 76
Caution and Warning Symbols .. 77
Handling Precautions .............. 77
Troubleshooting ....................... 83
47
48
49
50
Rotating Images ...................... 52
Automatic Playback ................ 53
Digital Print Order Format
(DPOF) Setting ......................... 54
Output Mode ........................... 67
Creating a New Folder on the
Memory Card ........................... 68
Returning Settings to their
Default Values .......................... 70
Specifications .......................... 87
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Names of Parts
<Operating Controls>
<Displays and Indicators>
“
” Macro/
Landscape mode button
(page 24)
Mode select lever
Use this button to select Macro
or Landscape mode.
“ ” Flash mode button
(page 22)
Use this button to select
flash mode.
Use this lever to switch between
record, playback, and setup
modes.
Self-timer LED (red)
This LED flashes when using selftimer photography, and it lights
steadily when recording moving
images or playback and when using
the setup mode.
“@” “#” “%” “fi” buttons
Use to select items on each
menu, and to select forward/
reverse playback modes.
“W” “T” Zoom buttons
Caution LED (red)
Use to control the lens’s zoom
setting (wide-angle to telephoto)
when recording, and to enlarge
images during playback.
“
This LED is used to signal the charge status of
the lithium ion battery, the charging status of the
electronic flash, and the camera shake warning.
During
Flash charging
Recording
Camera shake
warning
During battery
Other
charging
Battery charging error
” button
Use this button to adjust
LCD screen brightness and
to set items on menus.
Flashes (about
2 times/sec)
Flashes (about
4 times/sec)
Lights steadily
Flashes
“DISPLAY” button
“MENU” button
In the recording mode (
), use
this button to turn the LCD
monitor ON/OFF.
Standby LED (green)
Use this button to display or
turn off the menus in recording
or playback mode.
This LED is used to indicate the infocus status and the completion of
battery recharging.
“POWER” button
Use to turn camera
power ON/OFF.
Card access LED (orange)
Shutter release button
LCD monitor
Functions as viewfinder
during recording, and displays
images and menu information
during the playback and setup
modes.
This LED flashes to indicate that the
camera is currently writing data to
the memory card.
¶ Never open need to standardize
to cover or door, or remove the
memory card when this LED is
flashing.
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<Other Parts>
<LCD Monitor Information>
Flash
Macro/Landscape mode (page 24)
Optical viewfinder (page 18)
Flash mode (page 22)
Light sensor
Metering mode (page 39)
Focus mark (lights when focus is set)
Color mode (page 30) / White balance
mode (page 31)
Image quality (page 27)
Lens and lens cover
Number of images recordable
Connector cover
Video output connector (page 16)
Power supply input socket (page 9)
Auto-Exposure mode (page 34)
Sensitivity (page 38)
Long time exposure (page 36) /
Exposure compensation value
(page 29)
Strap lug (page 11)
Digital zoom (page 15)
Focusing scale (displayed only
during manual focus) (page 35)
Memory card
door release
Menu display during recording
Memory card door
Data (page 12): Automatically displayed
for 3 seconds after power is turned ON.
(page 10)
Battery indicator (page 9): Indicates
remaining battery capacity
Self-timer (page 26): Displays the
number of seconds remaining until the
self-timer releases the shutter.
Tripod socket
Battery pack
compartment
and cover
(page 9)
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Loading and Recharging the Battery Pack
Open the battery compartment
cover and insert the supplied
battery pack.
1
¶ Be sure to insert the battery pack in
the correct direction; the camera will
not operate if the battery pack is
loaded incorrectly.
Basic
Preparations
Connect the AC adapter to the
camera and plug it into a household
outlet to begin recharging.
2
<Recharging Time>
Standby LED
Caution LED
Full recharging requires
approximately 5 hours.
During recharging, the caution LED will
light steadily. When recharging is
completed, the caution LED will go out
and the standby LED will light.
<Recharging Status>
Charge the battery pack in accordance with the battery indicator status
shown on the LCD monitor.
Low
warning
Charge
required
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Loading and Removing Memory Cards
<Loading>
Write Protect Switch
(SD Memory Cards only)
1
Slide the memory card door release
to open the card door.
SD Memory Cards are provided with
a write-protect switch. When this
switch is moved downward, further
recording on the card is disabled, to
protect any images and data already
on the card. When in this status, no
further images can be recorded on
the card, and images already on the
card cannot be erased.
LOCK
2
Insert the memory card.
¶ Slide in the card until it stops with a
secure click.
¶ Be careful to insert the memory card in
the correct direction.
The LCD monitor will display
“WRITE PROTECT”.
3
Close the memory card door.
<Attaching the hand strap>
Attach the supplied hand strap as shown.
<Removal>
Slide the memory card door release
to open the card door, and pull out
the memory card.
¶ Press the edge of the memory card in
slightly before pulling out.
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Setting the Date
Follow these instructions to set the date, time, and calendar display mode:
<Operation>
1
Set the mode select lever to “
2
Press the “#” button.
”.
The monitor will show the
date/time setting display.
Press the “@” and “#”
buttons to change the
setting item, and the “%”
and “fi” buttons to change
the numerical values.
To cancel the setting operation: Press
the “MENU” button; the setting contents
will revert to those before the setting
operation was begun.
3
To confirm the new setting data,
press the “ ” button.
This completes the
operation, and the LCD
monitor will return to the
menu screen.
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Using the LCD Monitor
when Shooting
Use the LCD monitor to compose
your pictures when particularly
accurate composition is needed. The
image recorded will be the same as
that seen through the monitor.
Camera
Basics
1. Set the mode select lever to
” , then press the power
“
ON/OFF button to turn on
camera’s power.
An electronic beep will be heard for
several seconds, followed by the
appearance of the LCD monitor.
Automatically displayed for
3 seconds, then turns off.
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2. Hold the camera steadily with
both hands as shown to avoid
camera shake.
3. Compose your picture while
watching through the LCD
monitor.
Press the zoom buttons to range
between telephoto and wideangle lens settings, thus enlarging
or reducing the size of your
subject. Press the “T” button to
enlarge the subject, and the “W”
button to reduce the size of the
subject.
W
T
W
T
<Hints for Holding the
Camera Steady>
Blurry pictures are most often
caused by camera shake. Find the
position and stance that is most
comfortable for you and allows you
to hold the camera steadily.
¶ Rest the right index finger lightly
on the shutter release.
¶ Take care that the flash and lens
are not covered by your hand or
fingers.
¶ Press the shutter release button
gently, without grasping the
camera too tightly,
¶ Use the left hand to support the
camera firmly.
¶ Hold your elbows close to your
body and hold the camera
steadily.
<Use the Digital Zoom for
Even Greater Enlargements>
Press the “T” button until the
zoom function reaches the
maximum telephoto setting;
release your finger slightly,
then press the button again.
The digital zoom will further
enlarge the subject in three
steps (1.3x, 1.6x and 2x the
maximum optical zoom value).
The magnification ratio is
displayed on the screen.
¶ Since electronic circuitry is used
to increase the magnification
ratio, the results cannot be seen
in the optical viewfinder. Always
be sure the LCD monitor is
turned ON when using the digital
zoom function.
¶ Digital zoom cannot be used
when the LCD monitor is not
turned ON.
¶ Digital zoom also cannot be
used when image quality is set
to [T] or [
]. If pictures are
taken with digital zoom when
image quality is set to [S] or [F],
actual image quality will be
equivalent to [N].
2 Press down further on the
shutter release button to take
the picture; recording of the
image begins when the
electronic beep sound.
p”
“Bee
The LCD monitor
will become
momentarily
dark, then the
recorded image will be displayed.
3 The caution LED and card
access LED will flash while the
camera is writing image data to
the memory card.
Caution LED
Card access LED
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4. Press the shutter release
button to take the picture
1 Lightly depress the shutter
release button halfway (see
page 16) to begin focusing; the
focus mark will light and the
electronic beep will be heard
when focus is locked.
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“B p”
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Recording Moving Images
<Precautions when Recording>
<Other Uses>
¶ Wait until the caution LED has
stopped flashing before taking
your next photograph .
¶ When the camera is in the “
”
mode, setting the auto PowerSave function allows the camera
to automatically enter the auto
power-off (“power-save”) mode if
left inactive for a set period of
time. From this “sleep” state, the
camera can be restored to its
normal shooting condition by
depressing the shutter button
halfway, or by pressing one of
the other function buttons. (For
details, see page 60).
¶ Never open the memory card
door or remove a memory card
while the card access LED is
flashing, since the memory card
may be damaged and data lost.
The camera can be connected to a
television monitor to allow use of
the screen as a large viewfinder.
<Shutter Release Button
Half-way Down>
When the shutter release button is
pressed down lightly, it will stops
part way in its travel. In this semidepressed position, the camera
automatically sets focus and
exposure. When the shutter release
button is pressed further down, the
shutter is released and the image is
recorded.
Not pressed
This function allows you to record
up to 15 seconds of simple movie
images. The monitor display during
movie recording is shown below:
1 Press the “MENU” button.
When connected to a television
monitor, the camera’s own built-in
LCD monitor turns off, and the
subject is displayed instead on the
television screen.
¶ The camera’s built-in LCD
monitor turns off whenever a
video cable is connected to the
camera.
¶ Use a standard video cable to
connect the camera to the
television.
<NOTE>
¶ The optical zoom can be used,
but the digital zoom (page 15)
does not function during movie
recording.
¶ To view movies on a computer,
installation of QuickTime 4.1 or
later version is required.
2 Select [
], then press the
“ ” button to set for movie
recording [ ].
3 Press the shutter release
button to begin recording;
fifteen seconds later the
recording will end
automatically.
This number
indicates the
remaining
number of
movies that
can be
recorded
(each movie represents a maximum of
15 seconds of recording time).
¶ To stop recording before the 15
seconds has elapsed, press the
shutter release button again.
Half-pressed
Fully depressed
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Using the Optical Viewfinder
Turning the LCD monitor off will
help conserve battery power.
Turning LCD monitor OFF (page 76)
1. Set the mode select lever to
”, then press the
“
“POWER” button to turn power
ON.
2. Press the “DISPLAY” button to
turn off the LCD monitor.
3. Hold the camera steadily as
shown to prevent camera
shake.
4. Look through the optical
viewfinder while composing
your image.
Press the “T” button to enlarge
the subject, and the “W” button to
reduce the size of the subject.
W
T
W
5. Press the shutter release
button to take the picture.
1 Lightly depress the shutter
button halfway to begin
focusing; the focus mark will
light and the electronic beep
will be heard when focus is
locked.
p,
ee
“B ep”
be
¶ See <Hints for Holding the Camera
Steady> on page 14.
Caution LED
T
2 Press down further on the
shutter release button to take
the picture; recording of the
image begins when the
electronic beep sound.
Using the optical
viewfinder to compose
your picture.
3 The caution LED and card
access LED will light while the
camera is writing image data to
the memory card.
<Precaution when using the
optical viewfinder>
When using the optical
viewfinder, take note of the
distance to your subject. As
distance to the subject
decreases, parallax (the
difference between what you
see in the viewfinder and the
actual image recorded through
the lens) increases. When
accurate subject composition
is required, use the LCD
monitor to take your pictures.
p”
“Bee
Card access LED
¶ Your next picture can be taken
when the caution LED stops
flashing.
¶ Parallax: see page 25.
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Camera
Functions
This section introduces various functions available during image
recording. Use them to enhance the range of your camera work.
When shooting with the LCD monitor turned
OFF:
Note that the LCD monitor must be turned ON to set
functions or to confirm previous settings.
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Selecting Flash Mode
A variety of flash modes are available for different conditions.
<Operation>
<Usable Flash Range>
1 Press the “ ” button to select
the desired flash mode.
When sensitivity is normal
About 2.5 meters
About 90 cm
Zoom set at wide
Camera
Usable flash range
Zoom set at telephoto
About 2 meters
Display
appearance
when the
“red-eye
reduction”
mode is
selected.
<NOTE>
¶ If the caution LED flashes when
the shutter release button is
depressed halfway, it indicates
that a slow shutter speed will be
selected (low light conditions); in
this case, use of a tripod is
recommended to prevent
camera shake.
2 Press the shutter release
button to take the picture.
<Flash Modes>
When the “ ” button is pressed, the display changes as follows:
[
] Red-eye reduction
auto-flash mode:
[ ] Fill-in flash mode:
[
¶ If the caution LED flashes when
the shutter release button is
depressed halfway, it indicates
that a slow shutter speed will be
selected (low light conditions); in
this case, use of a tripod is
recommended to prevent camera
shake.
The camera automatically determines lighting
conditions and switches between flash and
available-light exposure as needed.
[
] Auto flash
mode (default):
The flash fires twice to help reduce the
“red-eye” phenomenon*.
In this mode, the flash fires regardless of
surrounding light conditions. This mode
provides fill-flash when shooting in a backlight
environment or under strong sunlight when
shadows are cast on the main subject.
] Flash-off mode: In this mode the flash does not fire. This mode is
effective when shooting an evening sunset or to
preserve indoor mood.
* “Red-eye” Phenomenon: This phenomenon may occur when using flash to
photograph persons or pets under dark conditions. In some cases, the
flash reflects against the retinas of the subject’s eyes, causing the pupils to
appear red in the photograph.
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Macro and Landscape Photography
Use the macro and landscape shooting modes when photographing
extremely close and distant subjects.
<Operation>
1 Press the “
” button
and select the desired mode.
<Macro/Landscape Selection>
Display
appearance
when the macro
mode is
selected.
About 6 cm (zoom set at wide)
About 90 cm
<NOTE>
When shooting with the optical
viewfinder (LCD monitor turned
OFF), if the macro mode [
] is
selected, the LCD monitor will
automatically turn ON when the
shutter release button is depressed
halfway.
2 Press the shutter release
button to take the picture.
Camera
Macro range
Normal photography
Landscape range
Each time the “
” button is pressed, the mode changes
alternately as follows:
<Combined Modes>
When shooting in the macro
mode, pressing the “ ” button
will permit macro flash
photography.
[No display] Normal mode
Sharp images are produced when shooting
subjects between 6 cm and 90 cm (at wideangle setting) from the camera.
[
] Macro mode
[
] Landscape mode
Sharp images are produced of
landscapes and other distant subjects.
Take care, however, since very
close subjects may receive
excessive exposure. In this
case, use the exposure
compensation function to
compensate the exposure.
Since parallax occurs when using
the optical viewfinder for macro
photography, we recommend that
you use the LCD monitor to
compose your photographs when
shooting extreme closeups.
* Parallax refers to the difference
between what is seen in the
viewfinder and the actual image
recorded through the camera’s
taking lens.
View through
optical
viewfinder
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Image actually
recorded by
camera
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Using the Self-Timer
Setting Image Quality (File Compression)
The self-timer is a convenient function when you wish to include
yourself in your pictures, or to avoid camera shake when shooting
closeups.
Use this function to change the amount of file compression and thus
image quality, and when shooting movies.
[
[
] : The shutter is released ten seconds after pressing the shutter
release button. Use this setting when you need time to enter
the picture composition yourself.
] : The shutter is released 2 seconds after pressing the shutter
release button. Use this setting with a tripod during macro
photography and during lengthy exposures to avoid camera
shake.
Quality
Image Dimensions (Pixels)
[N] Normal
1024 × 768
[F] Fine
2048 × 1536
[S] Super Fine
2048 × 1536
[T] TIFF-RGB (no compression)
2048 × 1536
320 × 240
[ ] Movie
File Size
About 280 KB
About 1 MB
About 2 MB
About 9.1 MB
(Maximum 15 seconds)
¶ When TIFF-RGB [T] is selected, color mode cannot be used to select B/W or
Sepia.
¶ Capacities are only given as general references. Actual file size will differ
depending on the color and other characteristics of the image photographed.
<Operation>
<Operation>
1 Press the “MENU” button.
3 Press the “ ”button and
select the desired self-timer
] or [
].
delay time [
Display
appearance
when 10second
delay is
selected.
2 Press the “@” button to select
].
[
1 Press the “MENU” button.
3 Press the “ ” button to select
the desired image quality or
movie mode.
Display
appearance
when [N]
(Normal)
mode is
selected.
2 Press the “@” button to select
].
[
4 Press the “MENU” button to
turn off the menu display.
5 Press the shutter release
button to take the picture.
4 Press the “MENU” button to
turn off the MENU display.
5 With camera on tripod,
compose your picture and
when ready, press the shutter
release button.
¶ Follow the same procedure to return
to normal shooting mode.
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Exposure Compensation
<General Guidelines for Selecting Image Quality>
For high image quality, select [S] or [F] compression; when taking pictures for
viewing on a television monitor, select [F] or [N], and when taking pictures
which will be used in small size on the Internet or other computer application,
use [N]. When images are to be enlarged, or when image quality is
particularly important, select [S] or the uncompressed [T] mode.
Remember that the uncompressed TIFF-RGB [T] mode results in very large
file sizes (approximately 9.1 MB), and requires high memory card capacity.
This function provides a range of compensation for exposure.
<Operation>
1 Press the “MENU” button.
2 Press the “@” or “#” button
], then press
and select [
the “ ” button to confirm the
selection.
3 Press “%” or “fi” button to
select the desired amount of
exposure compensation, then
press the “ ” button to
confirm the selection.
Display
appearance
when +0.7
is selected.
4 Press the “MENU” button to
turn off the menu display.
5 Press the shutter release
button to take the picture.
+2.0
⋅
⋅
⋅
+0.7
%fi
+0.3
%fi
±0.0
%fi
–0.3
%fi
–0.7
%fi
–1.0
⋅
⋅
⋅
–2.0
¶ During flash photography, exposure
compensation is limited to the
range of ± 1.0 step, regardless of
the value shown in the display.
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Press the “%” button
to increase the
amount of exposure
(+), and the “fi”
button to decrease
exposure (–).
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Using Color Mode for B&W and Sepia Images
White Balance
In addition to the normal color picture mode, you can also take pictures
in black and white (B/W) or sepia tone (Sepia).
An image’s color will change depending on the kind of light source
present. Select the white balance as follows to compensate for different
light sources.
¶ B/W and sepia picture modes cannot be selected when image quality is set
for uncompressed TIFF-RGB [T] format.
<Operation>
4 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select either [SEPIA] or [B/W]
mode.
1 Press the “MENU” button.
[AUTO] (default) In this mode, the white balance is set automatically by
the camera.
[
]
[
]
Bright sun
Incandescent light bulbs (Tungsten)
[
]
Cloudy weather
[
]
Fluorescent light
[PRESET]
2 Press the “#” button to select
], then press the “ ”
[
button to confirm the selection.
5 Press the “@” button.
Use this setting when you wish to set the white balance
manually. Instructions for setting the white balance can
be found on page 33.
<Operation>
1 Press the “MENU” button.
3 Select [COLOR MODE], then
press the “#” button.
6 Press the “MENU” button
twice to turn off the menu
display.
Display
appearance
when
[SEPIA]
mode is
selected.
2 Press the “#” button and
], then press the
select [
“ ” button to confirm the
selection.
3 Press “%” or “fi” button to
select [WB MODE], then press
the “#” button.
4 Press “%” or “fi” button to
select the desired white
], [
],
balance mode ([
], or [
]).
[
7 Press the shutter release
button to take the picture.
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5 Press the “@” button.
6 Press the “MENU” button
twice to turn off the menu
display.
Display
appearance
when [
]
is selected.
7 Press the shutter release
button to take the picture.
<Adjusting the Preset Value>
Use this function to manually set the white balance value. It allows you
to select what part of the subject you wish to serve as the standard for
“white” in the final image. For more exacting settings, use of a piece of
white paper or cardboard is recommended.
¶ Electronic zoom must be disabled when setting the preset white balance
value.
<Operation>
1 Select [PRESET], then press
the “ ” button to confirm
selection.
2 Point the camera at the white
part of the subject or other
material you wish to serve as
the white standard in the
image.
3 Press the “ ” button to set
the white balance.
4 Press the “MENU” button
twice to turn off the menu
display.
Display
appearance
when
[PRESET]
is selected.
5 Press the shutter release
button to take the picture.
Make sure the white material fills
up the entire screen as shown.
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Aperture-Priority Photography
By default, the camera uses a programmed automatic exposure mode
which automatically sets both aperture and shutter speed in
accordance with the available light. In the aperture-priority AE mode,
you can manually fix the aperture at either F2.8 or F6.2 (values at the
wide-angle setting), and the camera will automatically set the shutter
speed for the correct exposure at that aperture.
<Operation>
1 Press the “MENU” button.
4 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [F6.2] or [F2.8].
2 Press the “#” button to select
], then press the “ ”
[
button to confirm the selection.
3 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [AE MODE], then press
the “#” button.
5 Press the “@” button.
6 Press the “MENU” button
twice to turn off the menu
display.
Display
appearance
when [F6.2]
is selected.
7 Press the shutter release
button to take the picture.
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Using Manual Focus
The camera is set by default to automatic focus (AF), but is can also be
used with manual focus (MF) if desired. When MF is selected, a
focusing scale is displayed on the screen; the user specifies the desired
focusing distance.
<Operation>
1 Press the “MENU” button.
2 Press the “#” button to select
], then press the “ ”
[
button to confirm the selection.
3 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [FOCUSING], then press
the “#” button.
4 Press the “%” or “fi”button to
select [MF] or [AF].
5 Press the “@” button.
6 Press the “MENU” button
twice to turn off the menu
display.
Display
appearance
when [MF]
is selected.
7 Press the “@” or “#” button to
specify the desired shooting
distance on the focusing scale,
then press the shutter release
button to take the picture.
¶ Accurate focusing may not be
possible at subject distances of 0.9 m.
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Long Exposure Mode (Time Exposure)
By extending the shutter speed (the time the shutter remains open
during an exposure), you can photograph darker subjects like a night
scene or a moody indoor scene. Long shutter speeds of 8, 4, and 2
seconds can be selected.
¶ To avoid camera shake, use of a tripod is recommended when using time
exposures.
<Operation>
4 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [8 SEC], [4 SEC], or [2
SEC].
1 Press the “MENU” button.
2 Press the “#” button to select
], then press the “ ”
[
button to confirm the selection.
6 Press the “MENU” button
twice to turn off the menu
display.
Display
appearance
when [4
SEC] is
selected.
<Other Applications>
By pressing the “ ” button,
the red-eye reduction fill-in
flash mode can also be
selected together with long
exposures.
7 Press the shutter release
button to take the picture.
¶ The exposure compensation
[
] function is disabled when
using long exposures.
This flash mode is effective when
shooting pictures of human
subjects against a sunset or night
scene.
5 Press the “@” button.
3 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [LONG EXP], then press
the “#” button.
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Increasing Exposure Sensitivity to 2x, 4x
Selecting the Metering Mode
This camera is set by default to a standard sensitivity, but the sensitivity
can be increased by a factor of 2x or 4x when desired. This allows you
to fine-tune exposure for important scenes, or when lighting is
somewhat insufficient.
This function allows you to select from three types of light-meter
operation. Select the mode that best suits your subject and type of
photography.
<Operation>
4 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [X4], [X2], or
[STANDARD].
1 Press the “MENU” button.
2 Press the “#” button to select
], then press the “ ”
[
button to confirm the selection.
3 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [SENSITIVITY], then
press the “#” button.
5 Press the “@” button.
6 Press the “MENU” button
twice to turn off the menu
display.
[EVALUATION] Evaluative Metering (default):
The evaluative metering method divides the entire screen
area into areas and evaluates the amount of light striking
the screen area, setting the optimum exposure for the
available lighting conditions. This mode provides correct
exposures for general photography and a wide variety of
conditions with normal light and dark.
[CENTER] Center-Weighted Metering:
The center of the screen ( ) is given emphasis in
calculating correct exposure. This mode is optimum
when you wish to emphasize the lighting conditions in
the center part of the screen.
[SPOT AREA] Spot Metering:
This mode calculates exposure based only on the light
striking the small central spot ( ). Use this mode when
you wish to set the exposure based on the light striking a
small part of the subject.
Guideline for
Light-Metering
LCD monitor
Spot meter
Center-weighted
meter
Display
appearance
when [X4] is
selected.
7 Press the shutter release
button to take the picture.
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Other Functions
<Operation>
<Focus Lock>
1 Press the “MENU” button.
4 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [SPOT AREA], [CENTER],
or [EVALUATION].
2 Press the “#” button to select
], then press the “ ”
[
button to confirm the selection.
Camera focus and exposure are
measured and locked when the
shutter is depressed halfway. If you
find that your focus is occasionally
correct, particularly when shooting
subjects located at the edge of the
screen, use this feature in
conjunction with the exposure mode
to produce better focus results.
5 Press the “@” button.
<Operation>
3 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [METERING], then press
the “#” button.
6 Press the “MENU” button
twice to turn off the menu
display.
Display
appearance
when
[SPOT
AREA] is
selected.
7 Press the shutter release
button to take the picture.
1 Point the center focus frame at
the subject you wish to be in
clear focus and depress the
shutter button halfway. The
focus will be locked on the
central subject.
2 While keeping the shutter
release button depressed
halfway, move the camera to
compose the subject as
desired, then press the shutter
the rest of the way down to
take the picture.
<Turning the Exposure
Mode Symbols ON/OFF>
Certain exposure symbols on the
LCD monitor can be temporarily
turned off if desired to avoid
cluttering the screen.
¶ The flash mode, macro/landscape
mode, and self-timer mode symbols
cannot be turned off.
<Example>
For example, when the camera is set
to the exposure conditions and
functions shown in the accompanying
illustration, pressing the “%” or “fi”
button will cause the symbols to
disappear temporarily as shown.
Press the “%” or “fi” button again to
restore the symbols to the screen.
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Displaying Images on
the LCD Monitor
Playing Movies
To prevent depletion of the
battery, use the AC adapter when
displaying images for an extended
time.
To play movies, press the “%”
button and select [3], then begin
the movie playback by pressing
“ ”.
<Other Applications>
A television screen can be used to
preview your photographs.
Pause
Image
Playback
Basics
Reverse
playback
¶ Confirm that a memory card
containing photographic images is
loaded in the camera.
Set the mode select lever to “
and turn camera power ON.
Frame-by-frame playback can be used
during the pause mode.
”
Forward
frame
advance
¶ When connected to a television
in this way, the LCD monitor
turns off automatically.
Reverse
frame
advance
The image will be displayed on
the LCD monitor. To display
images in the order they were
taken, press the “#” button; to
display images in the reverse
order, press the “@” button.
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“Thumbnail” Picture Review in Forward/Reverse Direction
Thumbnail images of your pictures can be viewed quickly in succession
in either the forward or reverse direction.
“Thumbnails” are reduced-size versions of the original images in your camera,
and are displayed as follows:
1 Set the mode select lever to
”, then hold the “@” or
“
“#” button depressed.
Advanced Image
Playback and
Delete Functions
2 In a few seconds, thumbnail
images of your recorded
pictures will begin appearing in
succession.
Closeup Image Playback (2x)
Images can be enlarged to twice their original size during playback to
focus on certain features when desired.
<Operation>
1 Display the image you wish to
enlarge.
3 Use the “%”, “fi”, “@”, and
“#” buttons to move the
screen to the part of the image
you wish to view.
2 Press the “T” button.
The central
part of the
photograph
will be
enlarged by
2x.
¶ To change to a different
photograph, first press the “W”
button to return to the original
image size.
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Displaying Exposure Information
Multiple Image Display (Index Display)
Information regarding the exposure conditions and functions set at time
of exposure can be displayed.
This function allows you to display six small images at a time on the
LCD monitor, providing a quick way to find and index your pictures.
This feature can be used in conjunction with other functions on the
playback menu.
<Operation>
<Operation>
1 Select and display the image
whose information you wish to
see.
1 Press the “MENU” button.
2 Press the “
<Other Applications>
During use of multiple image
display, pressing the “MENU”
button will allow simultaneous
use of other playback functions
(see page 48-51, 53-55). Use
the “#” and “@” buttons to
select the desired playback
function.
” button.
2 Press the “%” button.
Folder name and
Image file name
Protect status
File size
Image quality setting
DPOF setting contents:
number of prints and date
imprint ON/OFF
Date of exposure
Shutter speed
Aperture
Multiple
image
playback.
3 Use the “%”, “fi”, “@”, and
“#” buttons to move to the
desired picture.
Exposure
compensation
3 Press the “%” button again to
turn off the information display.
¶ The “fi” button can also be used to
select the information display.
4 Press the “ ” button to
display the selected picture
normally.
¶ Individual images cannot be
selected when the menu is
displayed. To select an image,
press the “MENU” button to turn
off the menu first.
¶ The image rotation function
cannot be used together with
multiple image display.
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Erasure Prevention (Image Protect Function)
Erasing Individual Images
This function can be used to place a protective lock on individual
pictures, preventing the inadvertent erasure of important images on
your memory cards. This function is particularly convenient when used
when erasing multiple images, or using the all-erase function (page 50).
<Operation>
1 Press the “MENU” button.
Press the “#” or “@” button to
select [ERASE].
4 Press the “%” button to select
[EXECUTE].
<Operation>
1 Press the “MENU” button.
Press the “#” or “@” button to
select [PROTECT].
4 Press the “ ” button to
confirm the selection and
complete the operation.
2 Press the “
2 Press the “
5 Press the “ ” button to
confirm the selection and erase
the image.
” button.
¶ To unprotect an image, repeat the
above procedure.
” button.
To continue by placing protection
on other images, repeat steps 34.
3 Press the “@” or “#” button to
select the picture you wish to
protect.
3 Press the “@” or “#” button to
select the picture you wish to
erase.
To cancel or interrupt the function,
select [RETURN], followed by the
“ ” button, or else press the
“MENU” button.
¶ When an image is erased, the next
image on the card will be displayed
automatically.
To erase other images, repeat
steps 3-5.
To cancel or interrupt the function,
select [CANCEL], followed by the
“ ” button, or else press the
“MENU” button.
¶ After setting the protect function,
you can confirm your selections by
displaying the information screen
(page 46), or by using the multiple
image display function (page 47)
and looking for the lock mark [
]
on the image.
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Erasing All Images
<Operation>
1 Press the “MENU” button.
Press the “#” or “@” button to
select [ALL ERASE].
4 Press the “ ” button to
confirm the selection and erase
all images on the card.
Display
during the
all-erase
operation.
2 Press the “
5 When all images have been
erased, the message [NO
IMAGE] will be displayed; if a
protected image is present, it
will be displayed.
” button.
3 Press the “%” button to select
[EXECUTE].
<To erase multiple images>
Simultaneous use of the all-erase function and image protect
function is a convenient way to quickly erase multiple images from a
memory card, while leaving other images on the card.
Example: Out of 30 images on a memory card, you wish to leave 5
while erasing all the others.
¶ Multiple image display is shown.
First, use the
“image protect”
function to prevent
the erasure of the
five desired
images.
Next, use the “all
erase” function.
Only the five
protected images
remain; all others
are erased from
the memory card.
¶ To cancel the operation, select
[CANCEL], followed by the “ ”
button.
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Rotating Images
Automatic Playback (Slide Show)
Images can be rotated 90° to either right or left.
This function plays back images automatically at set intervals.
¶ This function cannot be used during multiple image display.
<Operation>
<Operation>
1 Press the “MENU” button.
Press the “#” or “@” button to
select [ROTATE].
2 Press the “
4 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [
90°] or [ 90°]
3 With [START] selected, press
“#” or the “ ” button to begin
the slide show playback. Images
will be played back in order,
beginning with the selected start
frame.
2 Press the “ ” button. Use the
“%”, fi”, @”, and #” buttons to
select the interval and start frame.
5 Press the “ ” button to
confirm the selection and
rotate the image.
” button.
1 Press the “MENU” button.
Press the “#” or “@” button to
select [AUTO PLAY].
Select the playback interval from
[MINIMUM], [10 SEC], [15 SEC] or
[30 SEC].
4 To end the slide show, press
the “MENU” button.
Slide show starts.
3 Press the “@“ or “#” button to
select the picture you wish to
rotate.
¶ To cancel or end the operation,
select [RETURN], followed by “
or press the “MENU” button.
”,
Operation is canceled and
returns to menu screen.
Selects the start frame.
[THIS FRAME]: Slide show will begin
from the image frame displayed
immediately before this operation
was begun.
[FIRST FRAME]: Slide show will
begin from the first image recorded
on the memory card.
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Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) Setting
Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) is a format used when printing out
digital photographs on a home printer or by a commercial printing
service. The function is a simple way of specifying the number of
copies to be printed, the need for date imprinting, and so on. Before
using this function, confirm that your home photo printer or commercial
photo printing service supports DPOF. When printing on a home printer,
be sure to read and follow the operating instructions for your home
printer.
4 Press the “#” button to display
the print submenu.
7 Select [RETURN] and press
the “ ” button to complete
settings.
Select date imprint ON/OFF.
Index print ON/OFF
Specify number of prints.
DPOF setting data is stored on the
memory card separately from the image
files.
5 After completing all settings,
select [RETURN] and press the
“ ” button.
Total number of prints selected
¶ To confirm the number of
prints set for each individual
picture, use the information
screen (page 46).
<NOTE>
<Operation>
1 Display the image you wish to
set the DPOF for.
3 Press the “
” button.
6 To print an index sheet, press
[INDEX], followed by “#”, [SET
UP INDEX PRINT], and the “ ”
button.
2 Press the “MENU” button.
Use the “#” button to select
[PRINT].
Press to cancel the PRINT
and INDEX setting contents.
Select index print ON/OFF.
Set number of prints, and
date imprint ON/OFF.
¶ Since DPOF data is preserved as
part of the overall memory of the
memory card, setting may not be
possible if the memory card has
insufficient remaining space.
¶ Do not use a personal computer
to delete or modify DPOF image
data on a memory card.
¶ When submitting a memory card
to a commercial photo printing
service for printing, first use the
information screen (page 46) to
confirm the number of prints
desired for each image.
¶ Any pictures taken after setting
the DPOF for an index print will
not be included on the index
print. To include the new
pictures, set the index print
option once again.
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Formatting Memory Cards
Formatting a memory card prepares the card for use, and erases all
previously taken images and other data. Care should be taken when
using the formatting function, since reformatting a memory card will
also result in the loss of “protected” images.
¶ When SD Memory Cards are set to write protect, formatting is not possible.
Camera Setup
Options
<Operation>
1 Press the “fi” button and
select [FORMAT].
4 Press the “
formatting.
” button to begin
¶ Formatting cannot be canceled after
it begins.
2 Press the “#” button.
5 The setup function menu will
appear to indicate completion
of formatting.
1. Set the mode select lever to
”, and turn camera power
“
ON.
3 Press the “%” button to select
[EXECUTE].
2. The setup menu will be
displayed.
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Turning the Electronic Tone ON/OFF
<The Difference between “Erasing” and “Formatting”>
Image erasing and memory card formatting functions differ in the
following ways:
Photographed images
are recorded on the
memory card in data
folders and files as
shown.
Single-Picture
Erase
All Erase
The electronic beeping tone heard when the shutter button is pressed
can be set to ON or OFF as desired.
¶ Warning beeps and the operating sound made when power is turned ON
cannot be disabled.
<Operation>
1 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [BEEP].
3 Using the “%” or “fi” button,
set the beep to [OFF] or [ON].
2 Press the “#” button.
4 Press the “@” button (or “ ”
button) to complete the setting.
Format
¶ All image files and
folder structures
are erased. New
folders must be
created.
¶ When the single file
PICT0001.jpg is
erased.
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Selecting Auto Power-Off (Power-Save Function)
When this function is selected, the camera’s power will automatically
turn off if the camera is inactive for a set period of time. The auto
power-OFF function can be set to turn the camera off after 6 minutes, 2
minutes, or 1 minute of inactivity, or not at all (power stays on
indefinitely).
<Operation>
1 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [POWER SAVE].
3 Using the “%” or “fi” button,
select [6 MIN], [2 MIN], [1 MIN]
or [NO PWR OFF].
<Note regarding camera use in the “
1. When [POWER SAVE] is set to [1 MIN], [2 MIN] or [6 MIN]:
With this setting, if the camera is left inactive for more than the specified
period of time, it will automatically enter the sleep mode for two minutes,
after which the power will turn off.
During the two-minute power-save sleep period, the camera can be quickly
restored to its original shooting mode by depressing the shutter button
halfway, or by pressing one of the other function buttons. After the two
minutes have expired, the camera’s power will automatically turn off.
2. When [POWER SAVE] is set to [NO PWR OFF]:
With this setting, when the camera is left inactive for more than six minutes, it
automatically enters the sleep mode. (In this case, the camera remains in the
sleep mode indefinitely, without the power turning off.) To restore the camera
to its normal shooting mode, depress the shutter button halfway, or press one
of the other function buttons.
1 MIN
2 Press the “#” button.
¶ Setting the function to [NO PWR
OFF] disables the auto-off function,
and the camera will not turn off by
itself.
4 Press the “@” button (or “ ”
button) to complete the setting.
” mode:>
When using the camera in the “
” mode, the auto power-off setting will
cause the camera to respond as noted:
2 MIN
1 MIN
2 MIN
2 MIN
2 MIN
6 MIN
6 MIN
NO PWR
OFF
6 MIN
2 MIN
Power on and camera in ready but inactive state.
Sleep mode; camera operation stops with lens in
extended position, but function can be restored by
pressing shutter button halfway, or by pressing other
function button.
Power OFF.
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Selecting the Automatic Focus Mode
Mode Lock ON/OFF
This function allows you to set the auto focus format to either
[CONTINUOUS] (the automatic focus mechanism operates
continuously when the camera is turned on), or [SINGLE] (the auto
focus mechanism operates only when the shutter release button is
depressed halfway). The relationship between the two modes, power
consumption, and the lag time between shutter press and actual image
recording is as noted below. Select the mode most appropriate to your
needs and style of photography.
[CONTINUOUS]:
So long as the camera is in recording mode, the auto focus mechanism
operates continuously to focus the lens. Since the focus motor is
operating continuously, less time is needed to begin image recording
when the shutter release button is pressed, but power consumption is
greater.
[SINGLE] (default):
The focus motor only begins operating when the shutter release button
is depressed halfway. As a result, somewhat longer time is required to
begin image recording after the shutter release button is depressed, but
less battery power is consumed.
When enabled, this function preserves the camera mode functions set
when the camera power is turned OFF. As a result, the same mode
settings are restored when the power is next turned ON. When this
function is disabled, any mode functions previously set will be returned
to their default values when the power is turned OFF and then turned
ON again.
<Difference in Displays when Mode Lock is ON and
OFF>
<Setting example>
Flash: No Flash
Image Quality: Super Fine
White Balance mode:
Fluorescent
Before power
is turned OFF:
<Operation>
1 Press the “fi” button to select
[AUTO FOCUS].
3 Use the “fi” button to select
either [CONTINUOUS] or
[SINGLE].
2 Press the “#” button.
4 Press the “@” button (or “ ”
button) to complete the setting.
After power is
turned ON:
When mode lock is
enabled, the function
modes set when the
camera was turned off
are restored when the
camera is turned on
again.
When mode lock is
disabled, all function
modes are returned to
their default values when
the power is turned on
again. (For default
values, see page 71,
<Functions and Contents
of Default Values>.)
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Digital Zoom ON/OFF
<Operation>
1 Press the “fi” button to select
[MODE LOCK].
3 Press the “fi” button and
select either [ON] or [OFF].
This function allows the digital zoom function to be set to ON or OFF.
When ON, pressing the “T” button will first cause the lens to zoom to
its maximum optical telephoto setting; when pressed again, the digital
zoom function will operate to further extend the telephoto range (see
page 15). When disabled, only the optical zoom function will operate.
<Operation>
2 Press the “#” button.
4 Press the “@” button (or “ ”
button) to complete the setting.
1 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [DIGITAL ZOOM].
3 Use the “%” or “fi” button to
select [OFF] or [ON].
2 Press the “#” button.
4 Press the “@” button (or “ ”
button) to complete the setting.
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Selecting the Display Language
Selecting the Video Output Mode
The camera’s display language can be set to either English or
Japanese.
When traveling overseas, differences in television standards may make
it impossible to view pictures normally on local television monitors. In
this case, use this function to select the television standard of the
locality in which you are using the camera.
<Operation>
1 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [LANGUAGE].
3 Use either the “%” or “fi”
]
button to select [
(Japanese) or [ENGLISH]
¶ The camera’s default value is NTSC.
<Operation>
1 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [VIDEO OUT].
3 Use either the “%” or “fi”
button to select [PAL] or
[NTSC]
2 Press the “#” button.
4 Press the “@” button (or “ ”
button) to complete the setting.
2 Press the “#” button.
4 Press the “@” button (or “ ”
button) to complete the setting.
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Creating a New Folder on the Memory Card
(Resetting File Numbers)
This function is used to create a new folder on the memory card for the
storage of new image data. When new images are added to the folder,
their file names will begin again from 0001. This is convenient when you
wish to keep photographs filed separately for separate shooting
scenes, etc.
<Operation>
1 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [FILE NO.].
3 Press the “%” button to select
[EXECUTE].
2 Press the “#” button.
4 Press the “ ” button to
complete the setting.
<Recording Status Before and After Resetting File
Numbers>
Before reset:
Images are stored as files named with consecutive numbers.
After reset:
A new folder is created, and subsequent photographs are stored there,
beginning again with the file name PICT0001.jpg.
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Returning Settings to their Default Values
This function is used to restore the default values of recording mode
settings made with mode lock ON, and setup mode values (excluding
LANGUAGE]).
[DATE], [VIDEO OUT] and [
<Operation>
1 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [MODE RESET].
3 Press the “%” or “fi” button to
select [EXECUTE].
2 Press the “#” button.
4 Press the “@” button (or “ ”
button) to complete the setting.
<Functions and Contents of Default Values>
“
” Recording Mode:
Flash:
Macro/Landscape:
Self-Timer:
Exposure
Compensation:
Long Exposure:
Image quality:
Color mode:
White balance mode:
AE mode:
Sensitivity:
Focusing:
Metering:
“
Automatic
flash
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
F
COLOR
AUTO
PROGRAM
STANDARD
AF (auto
focus)
EVALUATION
” Mode:
Beep:
Auto focus:
Mode lock:
Digital Zoom:
Power Save:
“
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BRIGHTNESS
CONTROL:
70
ON
SINGLE
ON
ON
2 MIN
Normal
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Transferring Images to a Computer
By using SD memory card reader or commercially available card
adapter, images can be transferred to a computer, where they can be
further copied, manipulated, and deleted.
¶ SD MEMORY CARD READER
(DR-CR1)
Transferring
Images to Other
Devices
Remove memory card
from camera.
Insert in card
reader.
Insert adapter with memory card
into computer’s card drive.
Remove memory card
from camera.
Insert memory card
in card adapter.
¶ Manipulation of image data contents is performed on the computer.
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Sending Images to a Printer
Images can be transferred directly to a printer for printing in
accordance with the DPOF setting data (see page 54).
¶ This function operates only with printers which support DPOF modes. For
detailed operation information, consult the instruction manual for your printer.
Remove memory card from
camera.
Insert memory card into printer.
Insert memory card
in card adapter.
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LCD Monitor Operations
Caution and Warning Symbols
<Turning the LCD Monitor ON/OFF>
These Operating Instructions feature the following caution and warning symbols
to indicate items of special importance. Be sure to read the contents of these
warnings carefully, and use the features correctly.
In the recording mode, the LCD
monitor can be turned ON/OFF by
pressing the “DISPLAY” button.
This symbol indicates procedures which may result in injury to the
CAUTION user, or physical damage to the product if not followed properly.
¶ To conserve power, it is recommended
that the monitor be turned off
whenever not being actually used.
This symbol indicates handling procedures which may result in
WARNING death or personal injury if not followed properly.
This symbol indicates procedures which have a high likelihood of
DANGER resulting in death or serious personal injury if not followed properly.
<Adjusting LCD Monitor Brightness>
Slide the mode select lever to the
” or “
” position.
“
Press the “
” button.
Press the “@” or “#” button and
adjust the monitor brightness as
desired.
Press the “ ” button or wait three
seconds for the display to return to
its previous status.
¶ Monitor brightness cannot be adjusted
when the camera is connected to a
television monitor.
Handling Precautions
<Precautions for Operating the Camera>
¶ This camera is not designed to be waterproof, and cannot be used in the rain
or under water. If the camera should inadvertently be exposed to water, it
should be taken quickly to a Konica Service Center for inspection.
¶ Fingerprints or smudges on the camera’s lens or light sensors may adversely
affect the precision of the camera. If soiling occurs, use a piece of clean
chamois or commercially available lens tissue to gently wipe away the
smudge. Do not apply excessive pressure or touch the lens with any rough
material. An air blower or lens brush may be used to remove loose dust or dirt
from the lens.
¶ Clean the camera body by wiping with soft cloth. Never use benzene, thinner,
or other volatile solvents or cleansers, since such substances will damage the
body materials.
¶ Do not remove the SD memory card or Multi-Media Card (MMC) while the card
access LED is flashing.
¶ Interference may occur in recorded or played back images when the camera is
used in areas subject to strong electromagnetic interference (e.g., near a
television set or stereo speakers).
¶ Do not direct the camera lens directly toward the sun when shooting, since
the CCD element may be damaged.
¶ Dropping the camera may cause damage to internal parts even though the
camera may appear superficially undamaged. Always take the camera to a
Konica Service Center for inspection if it is dropped.
¶ Do not subject the LCD monitor to strong pressure or impact, nor press it with
a pointed object, since the glass screen and other parts may be damaged.
¶ Do not attempt to touch the insides of the memory card slot, since damage or
malfunction may result.
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¶ Clean the camera well after using it at the beach or other
locations subject to large concentrations of sand or dust. Salt air
may promote corrosion of metal components and damage or
short circuits in electronic parts, causing the camera to emit
smoke or catch fire. Sand inside the camera may result in
internal damage and operating malfunctions.
¶ If the camera is brought quickly from a cold place to a warm
room, condensation may form on the lens and internal parts.
Such condensation may result in damage or short circuits in
electronic parts, causing the camera to emit smoke or catch fire.
Whenever possible, avoid subjecting the camera to sudden
CAUTION
changes in temperature, and if condensation occurs, turn off the
camera power quickly and leave it off until all condensation is
gone.
¶ This camera is a precision electronic instrument, and should be
protected from impacts and falls that might cause damage to
internal parts or the shorting of circuitry.
¶ When taking the camera overseas or using it to record
important events, check its operating condition and take test
pictures beforehand to confirm proper operation.
¶ If camera or batteries become hot, emit smoke or a burning
smell, or display other abnormal symptoms, remove them from
the camera immediately to prevent fire. When handling the
batteries, take precautions to avoid being burned.
¶ This camera includes high-voltage circuitry; if the camera’s
electronic flash is damaged as the result of an impact or being
dropped, do not touch the internal parts of the flash since you
may receive a strong electric shock.
¶ Never attempt to disassemble or modify the camera, since you
may receive a severe electric shock.
WARNING ¶ Do not operate the electronic flash at close proximity to a
person’s eyes (especially those of an infant), since eye damage
may result.
¶ Do not look through the camera directly at the sun or other
strong light source, since your eyesight may be damaged.
¶ Do attempt to take pictures while driving or walking, particularly
when looking through the viewfinder or at the LCD monitor, since
you may cause an accident.
¶ When taking pictures, remain aware of your surroundings and
what is happening around you.
<Storing the Camera>
¶ Do not place the camera in places that may be exposed to high temperatures
for extended periods of time (the beach in summer, a closed car under bright
sun, etc.). Such high temperatures may cause adverse affects or damage to
the camera, batteries, or memory cards.
¶ Remove the batteries before storing the camera for extended periods of time,
to prevent battery leakage and resulting damage.
¶ Store the camera in a well-ventilated location, avoiding damp or
dusty areas, drawers or boxes containing mothballs, or in
laboratories or other locations where chemicals are handled.
Exposure to such chemical fumes can result in damage to the
CAUTION
camera’s circuitry, resulting in short circuits and causing the
camera to emit smoke or catch fire.
<Precautions for Handling Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery Pack>
¶ Do not allow the battery pack to come in contact with seawater,
rain, or other source of moisture, since it may emit heat or
smoke, catch fire, or expose the user to electric shock.
¶ Do not attempt to use or recharge a wet battery pack, since it
may emit heat or smoke, catch fire, or expose the user to electric
shock.
¶ Keep battery packs out of the reach of infants or small children,
to prevent injury.
¶ Do not throw battery packs or subject them to strong impacts,
since the battery may be damaged, resulting in leakage of
CAUTION
battery fluid.
¶ Battery packs are designed for use at normal room temperature
(20°C plus or minus 5°C). Battery capacity and usable battery
time reduced if the battery is exposed to extreme temperature
conditions such as in summer, winter, or when left in a hot car,
etc. Exposing the battery to such conditions may also shorten
the service lifetime of the battery.
¶ When not using the battery pack, store it in a dry location.
<Automatic Reset Function>
This camera may fail to operate if exposed to very strong electromagnetic waves
or static electricity. In this case, remove the batteries and reinsert them again to
reset the camera’s circuits.
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¶ Do not place battery pack in microwave oven or other highvoltage contained, since it may cause the battery to leak fluid,
emit heat or smoke, catch fire, or explode.
¶ Do not use a leaking battery pack. Battery fluid is corrosive and
may cause personal injury if it comes in contact with human skin.
WARNING
If battery fluid touches your skin, wash it off quickly with clean
water.
¶ Do not use a broken or ruptured battery pack, since it may emit
heat or smoke, catch fire, or expose the user to electrical shock.
¶ Do not recharge or store the battery pack in locations near open
flame, sources of high heat, or flammable gas, since the battery
may generate heat, emit smoke, catch fire or explode.
¶ Do not allow any metal object to contact and short-circuit the
plus and minus terminals of the battery pack.
¶ Do not store battery pack together with keys, necklaces, coins or
other metal objects, since the objects may contact the battery
terminals and cause a short-circuit.
¶ Do not heat the battery pack, and never dispose of an old
battery pack in fire, since it may emit smoke, catch fire, or
explode.
¶ Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the battery pack, since
DANGER
it may emit heat or smoke, catch fire, and corrosive battery fluid
may splash in eyes, resulting in blindness. In the event that your
eyes are exposed to battery fluid, flush eyes with copious
amounts of clean water and seek medical care immediately.
¶ This battery pack has been designed for exclusive use with the
accompanying camera. The battery pack must be installed in the
camera during recharging. Do not attempt to use the battery
pack for any application other than that for which it was
designed, and do not attempt to recharge it using any
commercial recharger, since the battery may generate heat or
smoke, catch fire, or explode.
Lithium-Ion Battery Pack.
Please recycle after use.
For best performance, we recommend the use of genuine Konica accessories.
Konica is not responsible for any accidents or damage caused by the use of
accessories made by other manufacturers or fashioned by the user.
Photographs taken of professional performances, exhibitions, displays, or
copyrighted materials may be used only for your own personal enjoyment, and
only with the consent of the copyright holders. Other use may constitute
violation of applicable copyright laws. Be aware that some performances,
exhibitions, or displays may impose restrictions on photographic or other
recording even when the purpose of such recordings are personal enjoyment.
¶ To display photos on a television set, use a set equipped with video input
connectors.
¶ Turn off the camera’s power in prohibited locations such as airplanes or
hospitals. Use of the camera in such locations may cause surrounding
electronic devices to malfunction.
<Handling Precautions for the Optional AC Adapter>
¶ Prolonged use may cause the AC adapter to feel warm; this is normal and not
a malfunction.
¶ When not using AC power for an extended period, disconnect the AC adapter
from its power outlet as a safety precaution. Before disconnecting the AC
adapter from power outlet, first disconnect the connector plug from the
camera body.
¶ When using the AC adapter with battery pack installed in the camera, turn the
camera power off before connecting or disconnecting the AC adapter.
¶ This AC adapter has been designed for exclusive use with the accompanying
camera. To prevent danger of fire or electric shock, do not attempt to use it
with any appliance other than the one for which it was designed.
¶ Use only the designated AC adapter with this camera. The use of
other adapters may cause accidents or fire hazard.
¶ Do not subject the cord to unreasonable twisting, bending, or
stretching, and never attempt to patch the cord to extend its
CAUTION
length.
¶ Do not connect or disconnect the AC adapter with wet hands,
since you may receive an electric shock.
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¶ Grasp the body of the adapter when connecting and
disconnecting it from a power outlet, and similarly grasp the
connector plug when connecting and disconnecting it from the
camera body. Pulling on the cords may cause internal breakage
of the wires, resulting in fire or electric shock.
CAUTION
¶ If you observe any damage to the AC adapter, broken wires, or
faulty connector contacts, discontinue use and consult your
place of purchase or Konica Service Center as soon as possible.
Troubleshooting
¶ Never use the AC adapter when it is incompletely connected to a
power outlet. Faulty contacts may cause abnormal heating, fire,
or electrical shock.
¶ Do not tamper with the cord or subject it to excessive force, since
the cord may be damaged, resulting in fire or electrical shock. If the
cord is so damaged as to expose the wire core, discontinue use
immediately and consult your place of purchase or Konica Service
Center.
¶ Due to the danger of electric shock, do not attempt to open the
AC adapter’s cover, or to disassemble, repair, or modify the
adapter.
¶ Do not use the adapter when the plug is covered with dust, or do
not bring pieces of metal near it, since current may travel
WARNING
through the dust and metal and cause a fire or electric shock. If
dust collects on the adapter plug, disconnect it from the
electrical outlet and clean away the dust before using.
¶ If the adapter emits smoke or abnormal odors, or if you drop or
damage the adapter, discontinue use and consult your place of
purchase or Konica Service Center, since continued use may
result in fire hazard.
¶ Do not connect the AC adapter to any source of power other
than a household AC outlet for which it is rated. Using the
adapter with other voltages or ratings may cause the hazard of
fire or electrical shock.
* The SD logo is a registered trademark.
* QuickTime and the QuickTime logo are trademarks used under license.
QuickTime is a trademark registered in the United States and other countries.
* All brand and product names are the registered trademarks or trademarks of
their respective owners.
Function
Symptom
Cause
“0” appears as the
number of images
recordable.
The memory card has
insufficient free memory
available.
Insert a new memory card,
or erase unneeded images
on the current card.
The LCD monitor
displays “Card
has not been
inserted”
No memory card is
loaded.
Insert a memory card.
The LCD monitor
displays “Card
Error”.
The inserted memory
card has been formatted
on a different camera or
information device.
Reformat the memory card
on the camera (see page
57).
“WRITE
PROTECT”
appears on the
LCD monitor.
The write protect
switch is activated (SD
memory card).
Release the write protect
switch, or insert a different
memory card.
Card access LED
Image data is being
written to the memory
card.
Record- flashes.
ing
Remove your finger from the
shutter release button and
wait for the flashing to stop.
Caution LED
flashes slowly.
The flash is charging.
Caution LED
flashes rapidly.
Camera shake warning,
indicating that a slow
shutter speed has been
selected.
Use a tripod or other means
to stabilize the camera.
The number of
images
recordable does
not change when
a picture is taken.
The file size of the
recorded image was
very small.
File size and number of
pictures recordable differ
depending on the image
quality setting and subject
conditions; not a
malfunction.
Green LED
flashes.
Focus is not locked on
subject (shutter will
operate).
Use the focus lock function
(page 41) to lock the focus
on a part of the subject with
higher contrast before final
composition of the image.
Focus mark
flashes.
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Function
Symptom
LCD doesn’t
appear.
Recording
Images appear
with severe visual
noise.
Images do not
appear on the
television monitor.
Cause
Remedy
Function
Setting of power-save
function may cause
camera to enter sleep
mode when it is
inactive for set period.
Press shutter button halfway,
or press other function button
to return camera to normal
operating condition. Since
camera response differs
depending on the setting of
the Power-Save function,
consult p. 61 for details.
Playback
A strong magnet or
other electromagnetic
generator is located too
near the camera or
television set.
Move the camera away from
the magnet or
electromagnetic field.
The camera is not
correctly connected to
the television set.
The video output mode
selected doesn’t match
that of the television
standard.
The memory card
contains image data of
a non-compatible file
format.
Playback
“Card Error”
appears in LCD
monitor.
The memory card
format is noncompatible with the
camera.
Memory card is not
loaded correctly.
Symptom
Cause
Image cannot be
rotated or set for
DPOF.
The write protect
switch is set (SD
memory card).
Release the SD memory
card’s write protect lock
(page 11).
Image cannot be
erased; “
”
mark appears.
The image is protected.
Release the image protect
function (page 48).
Image cannot be
erased
Image data was
recorded on a different
camera or device.
The image cannot be erased
normally by the camera. The
card can be reformatted to
erase all images.
Confirm your connections
are correct.
The number of
images recordable
didn’t change
when an image
was erased.
The size of the erased
image file was very
small.
File size and number of
pictures recordable differ
depending on the image
quality mode and subject
conditions; not a malfunction.
Set the video output
mode to match the
television standard
(page 67).
Can’t recharge
the camera.
No lithium ion battery
pack is loaded.
Insert the battery pack into
the camera.
Can’t recharge
the camera. Or it
is canceled
midway through.
Caution LED
flashes slowly.
Ambient temperature is
too high or too low,
causing the charger’s
protect circuits to
operate and interrupt
the recharging function.
Ambient temperature during
recharging should be
between +10°C and +30°C.
(In practice, a range of +5°C
- +40°C is possible, but the
recharging time may
become somewhat longer).
Nothing appears
on the LCD
monitor.
Battery power is
depleted, or no battery
pack is loaded.
Insert the lithium ion battery
pack into the camera and
recharge if necessary.
Nothing appears
on the LCD
monitor.
The auto-off function
has operated to turn
power off (page 60).
Press the main power
switch again to turn power
ON.
View the images with a
computer.
Erasing
Recharging
Remove the memory card
and reload it correctly.
Other
“No Image” is
displayed on LCD
monitor.
Nothing is recorded on
the memory card.
Insert a memory card with
recorded image data.
“Card has not
been inserted” is
displayed on LCD
monitor.
Memory card is not
loaded.
Load memory card into
camera.
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Specifications
Function
Other
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
The camera feels
hot.
Large power consumption
occurs during use of the
LCD monitor; the camera
may feel warm when the
LCD monitor is used for a
long period of time.
This in itself is not a
malfunction, but the
camera should be allowed
to cool before continuing
use.
“ERROR-xx”
appears in the
LCD monitor.
Very rarely, a strong
external electrostatic field
may cause the camera to
stop operating.
Remove the lithium ion
battery pack and load it once
again, then turn on the power.
ERROR-99
appears in
monitor.
Camera has become
overheated due to
being left in closed car
or other environmental
conditions.
ERROR-99 will continue to
appear until the camera's
internal temperature cools.
Turn power OFF and set
camera in shaded location
until it cools.
Type:
Digital still camera with record, playback, and erase
modes.
Recording medium:
SD Memory Card, Multi-Media Card (MMC)
Recording Capacity (Guideline) and Image Dimensions in Pixels:
(when using 16MB SD Memory Card, all pictures taken in the same mode).
Super Fine:
About 7-9
(2048 × 1536 pixels)
Fine:
About 15-19 (2048 × 1536 pixels)
Normal:
About 54-64 (1024 × 768 pixels)
TIFF-RGB (non-compressed): About 1
(2048 × 1536 pixels)
Movies (15 seconds each):
About 3
(320 × 240 pixels)
Image Format:
Complies with JPEG standard (Exif ver 2.1), DCF
Standard (Design rule for Camera File systems),
supports DPOF.
CCD Sensor:
1/1.8” square-pixel interlace readout system CCD with
3,340,000 pixels gross, 3,240,000 effective.
Lens:
f=7.8 mm - 15.6 mm (35 mm camera equivalent about
38 mm - 76 mm), F2.8-3.5
Focusing Range (measured from front lens surface): About 90 cm - infinity ∞
In Macro Mode: About 6 cm - 90 cm (at wide-angle
setting)
About 35 cm - 90 cm (at telephoto lens setting)
Exposure Control/Metering Method: CCD multi-area evaluation, centerweighted, and spot metering.
Control Method:
Programmed AE, Aperture-Priority AE, Long Exposure
modes.
Exposure Compensation: +2.0 EV to -2.0 EV (in 1/3 steps)
Aperture Control:
automatic, or manually settable to F2.8 or F6.2.
Automatic Exposure Linkage Range: LV6 to LV16
White Balance:
Automatic, manual (preset), outdoor (daylight/clouds),
indoor (Tungsten/Fluorescent).
Shutter:
CCD electronic shutter and programmed electronic
shutter with independent aperture control (1 sec-1/2000
sec, 2 sec, 4 sec, 8 sec).
Focusing control:
Video feedback auto-focusing (single AF, continuous AF
modes), and manual focusing.
Viewfinder:
True image zoom viewfinder
Flash:
Built-in flash, recycling time about 6 seconds (on full
battery charge, at room temperature, based on our
testing standards). Flash range about 90 cm - 2.5
meters (at wide-angle setting).
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Recording Modes:
Playback modes:
Setup modes:
LCD monitor:
Flash modes (auto flash, red-eye reduction, fill-in flash,
flash-off, red-eye reduction forced flash*); macro
recording mode, landscape recording mode; color
modes (color, B/W, sepia); white balance (Auto,
daylight, tungsten, cloudy, fluorescent, preset); AE
modes (programmed, F2.8; F6.2); focus (AF/MF); longexposure (OFF/2 sec/4 sec/8 sec); sensitivity (standard/
2×/4×); metering modes (evaluation; center-weighted;
spot).
* Settable during long-exposure
Multiple image display; protect; erase* (single image); all
erase* (erases all images in folder \DCIM); image
rotation (right/left 90°); slide show; DPOF setting.
* Note that files (and folders) recorded on other
manufacturer’s cameras and devices cannot be
erased by this camera.
Date; memory card format; electronic tone ON/OFF;
auto power off setting function ON/OFF and time
setting (time until camera power turns off automatically);
AF mode selection (continuous or single-image); mode
lock ON/OFF (preserves mode setting data); digital
zoom ON/OFF; display language setting (Japanese/
English); video output standard (NTSC/PAL); file number
reset; default reset.
Built-in, 1.5” 110,000-pixel polysilicon TFT color LCD
monitor; size: 521×218 pixels.
<Display>
LCD monitor display:
Remaining battery capacity; recording mode settings
(flash mode, macro/landscape mode, white-balance
mode, AE mode, focus, long-exposure, sensitivity,
metering mode); number of images recordable, digital
zoom setting (×1.3, ×1.6, ×2.0), date (appears for 3
seconds after power is turned on only), focus frame, SD
memory card write protect status (appears only when
write protect is enabled); image recorded (still/movie);
playback mode setting (multi-image, protect, erase, allerase, rotate, slide-show, DPOF setting); setup mode
(date, format, electronic tone, auto-off, AF mode, mode
lock, digital zoom, display language, video output, file
number reset, default reset).
Self-timer LED (red):
lights to indicate self-timer operation, recording
completed.
Card access LED (orange): lights when writing to memory card.
Standby LED (green):
lights to indicate focus display, battery recharging
completed.
Caution LED (red):
lights to indicate flash charging, camera-shake warning,
lithium ion battery pack recharging and malfunction.
<Input/Output>
Output mode:
NTSC/PAL composite video signal selectable
Input/output connector: video output connector (3.5 mm minijack); external
power input connector.
<Battery/Power>
Power:
Recharging time:
Battery capacity
(reference):
3.6V lithium ion battery pack, dedicated AC adapter
about 5 hours (at +10°C - +30°C)
Number of images recordable: (using 50% flash, Fine
Mode):
LCD monitor ON: 140
LCD monitor OFF: 170
Continuous playback time: about 50 minutes (using
LCD monitor)
(All values assume full battery charge, room
temperature, based on our testing standards).
<Other>
Ambient operating temperature: 0°C - 45°C
Dimensions:
87(W)×55(H)×30(D) mm (not including protruding parts)
Weight:
About 165 g (not including memory card or battery
pack)
* All descriptions and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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FCC Statement:
Declaration of Conformity
Trade name: Konica
Model: Digital Revio KD-300Z
Responsible party: KONICA PHOTO IMAGING, INC.
Address: 725 Darlington Avenue Mahwar, NJ 07430, U.S.A.
Telephone number: 201-574-4000
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
(1)This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
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 separation between the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into 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.
¶ Shielded cables must be used for this equipment to comply with the
relevant FCC regulation.
¶ The user is cautioned that changes and modifications made to the
equipment without approval of the manufacturer could void the user’s
authority to operate this equipment.
Bitte besorgen Sie sich im Fachhandel “Secure Digital Memory
Cards” (SD-Speicherkarten) oder “MultiMedia Cards*” (MMC) für
den Gebrauch mit dieser Kamera. In dieser Anleitung werden die
Karten beider Ausführungen unter dem allgemeinen Begriff
“Speicherkarten” zusammengefasst.
CANADA ONLY
Industry Canada’s Compliance Statement:
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
* “MultiMedia Card” ist ein eingetragenes Warenzeichen von Infineon
Technologies AG (Deutschland), das unter Lizenz an MMCA (MultiMedia Card
Associatoon) vergeben ist.
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