Contents
Disclaimer .................................................................... 1
Precautions.................................................................. 2
General Precautions.................................................... 2
Power Supply............................................................... 3
1 Overall Introduction............................................... 4
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
2
Video Mode........................................................... 10
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
3
For Video Shoot ..........................................................10
For Video Play Back ...................................................10
Photo Shoot During Video Play Back .........................14
Fast or Slow Motion Forward / Rewind .......................14
Projector for Video ......................................................15
For Various Video Set Up ...........................................16
Photo Mode .......................................................... 17
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
4
System Requirements...................................................4
Accessories...................................................................5
External View ................................................................6
Initial Set Up..................................................................7
First Time Usage Setting...............................................9
For Photo Shoot..........................................................17
For Photo Review .......................................................17
Projector for Photo ......................................................23
For Various Photo Set Up ...........................................23
Set Up Menu ......................................................... 25
4.1 Go into the SET UP menu...........................................25
4.2 Set Up Menu ...............................................................25
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PC and TV Connection ........................................ 31
5.1 Connecting to the Computer .......................................31
5.2 Connecting to a Standard TV or HD TV ......................31
5.3 Installing the Software.................................................32
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7
Editing Software................................................... 33
Appendix .............................................................. 34
7.1 Specifications ..............................................................34
7.2 Troubleshooting ..........................................................36
Thank you for purchasing this Digital Projector Camcorder. Please
make sure to read this manual thoroughly before using it and keep
this manual in a safe place for future reference.
Disclaimer
This company will endeavor to make sure the contents of this
manual are correct and up to date.
However, we do not guarantee
the accuracy of the contents of this manual.
In case there is any
discrepancy between this manual and the Digital Projector
Camcorder, please use this camera as the basis.
We reserve the
right to change any content or technical rule without prior notification.
In addition, the manufacturer reserves the right to change technical
specifications and package contents without prior notification.
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Precautions
General Precautions
•
Do not try to disassemble the product by yourself, which may
damage the product or cause electric shock.
•
Keep the Digital Projector Camcorder away from the reach of
children or animals to prevent them from swallowing the
batteries or small accessories.
•
Stop using the Digital Projector Camcorder if any kind of liquid
or foreign object enters the Digital Projector Camcorder. If it
happens, power off the Digital Projector Camcorder and
contact your dealer for help.
•
Do not operate the Digital Projector Camcorder with wet hands;
it may cause electric shock.
•
The Digital Projector Camcorder may be damaged in an
environment of high temperature. This camera is designed for
use in the temperature between 0°C and 40°C (32°F and
104°F).
•
Do not use or store the product in dusty, dirty, sandy or the
area that is close to air conditioner or heater.
•
It is normal that the temperature of the Digital Projector
Camcorder body rises if the Digital Projector Camcorder works
for a long period of time.
•
Do not open the battery cover while an image is being recorded.
Doing so will not only make storage of the current image
impossible, it can also corrupt other image data already stored
in file.
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•
Before using this Digital Projector Camcorder for important
occasions (such as wedding or overseas trip), be sure to test
this Digital Projector Camcorder in order to ensure proper
operations of this product.
Power Supply
•
Be sure to use the type of battery or battery charger attached to
this Digital Projector Camcorder.
Using any other type of
battery or battery charger might damage the equipment and
render the guarantee void.
•
Make sure the batteries are placed in the correct position.
Error in the orientation of batteries might damage this product
and result in fire.
•
Please remove the batteries to avoid leaking of battery fluid if
the camera is not to be used for a long period of time.
•
Please remove the crashed or damaged battery immediately to
avoid leaking of battery fluid or abnormal expansion.
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1 Overall
verall Introduction
Please read this chapter carefully to understand the features and
functions of this device. The description of this chapter also
includes the description of system requirement, package contents,
and hardware components.
1.1 System Requirements
This Digital Projector Camcorder requires a unit of computer with the
following specifications:
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•
•
•
•
Windows® 7 / Vista / XP / 2000 operating system or Mac OS
10.3 ~10.4
A CPU of at least the equivalent of Intel® Pentium 4 2.8GHz
At least 512 MB of RAM
Standard USB 1.1 connection port or higher
At least 64MB of display card
Note: USB 1.1 allows you to transmit files to the host, but
using USB 2.0 connection port could increase the
transmission speed far faster.
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1.2 Accessories
This package should contain the following items. In case there is any
missing or damaged item, please contact your dealer immediately.
①Digital Projector
Camcorder
② Pouch
③ User Manual
④ Software CD
⑤ HDMI Cable
⑥ Video Cable
⑦ USB Cable
⑧ Lithium Battery
⑨ Adaptor
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1.3 External View
1
Recording Button
9
Hand Strap Slot
2
HDMI / USB / AV Out
10
Projector Lens
3
Power On/Off
11
SD Memory Card Slot
4
Microphone
12
Self Portrait Mirror
5
Projector Focus Adjustment
13
Video Camera Lens
6
Speaker
14
LED indicator
7
Tripod Mount
15
LED Torch
8
Battery Cover Lock
6
1.4 Initial Set Up
1.4.1 Insert SD Cards
Insert an SD card and make sure the “gold pin” is facing the right
way as illustrated.
Note: Do not remove or insert SD card when the power of the
Digital Projector Camcorder is on to avoid damaging files.
1.4.2 Load Battery
Please use only battery provided or recommended by the
manufacturer or dealer. This package is supplied with a Lithium
battery.
Note: Insert batteries correctly according to this description. Error
in inserting batteries could result in non-repairable damage to the
device.
A.
Slide the battery cover switch to open the cover and Insert
batteries according to the illustration.
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B.
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Make sure the gold pin connection is on the correct side of
the battery compartment.
1.5 First Time Usage Setting
1.5.1 Date/Time
Press on the relevant icon (example: [2010]) to high light the
setting.
Press
or
to adjust the value.
(at the top right corner) to confirm.
Press
1.5.2 Language
Use the
&
to go to various pages for the language
selection, Press on the language icon (Example: [ENG]) to select
and confirm.
Note 1: For other settings; please refer to the [SET UP MENU]
section in this manual for details.
Note 2: For the settings in Video and Photo mode please refer
to either [Video Mode] or [Photo Mode] section in this manual
for details.
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2 Video
ideo Mode
2.1 For Video Shoot
Press here for
Set up Menu
Press here to
start your video
shoot
Press
to go into
Video Mode
Press
/
to zoom in/ out
during Video
Shoot
Press
for Video Play
back
2.2 For Video Playback
2.2.1 Video Playback
1) Press
2) Press the
10
for playback
3) Use the
&
to go to the various pages
4) Press the file to select the video clip you wish to review
5) Press the
6) Use the
7) Use
to replay your selected clip
&
&
to adjust volume
to fast forward and rewind
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2.2.2 Video Playback Menu
Press [Menu] for other menu option for video play back.
Press
to go to Video
Playback Menu
You will find the following 3 options
File Protection
Play Option
Delete
A.
File Protection
Press the [File Protect icon] to go into the Protect menu
selections, you will have 4 options to select as follows:
- Protect One Video Clip
- Unprotect One Video Clip
- Protect All Video Clips
- Unprotect All Video Clips
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Press on the relevant icon to select, press [O] to confirm or [X] to
cancel.
B.
Play Options
Press [Play Options icon] to go into the Play Option menu
selections, you will have 4 options to select as follows:
-Play One Video Clip
-Play All Video Clips
-Repeat One Video Clip
-Repeat All Video Clips
Press on the relevant icon to select, press [O] to confirm or [X] to
cancel.
C.
Delete
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Press [Delete icon] to go into the Delete menu selections, you will
have 3 options to select as follows:
-Delete One Video Clip
-Delete All Video Clips
-Delete From Thumb Nail View
Press on the relevant icon to select, press [O] to confirm or [X] to
cancel.
2.3 Photo Shoot During Video Playback
To take a photo from your video clip, simply press the recording
button during your video playback as follows
1) Press here to
playback
2) Press here for
photo shoot
2.4 Fast or Slow Motion Forward / Rewind
2.4.1 For Fast Motion
Press
to fast forward and
to Rewind during play
back
Each time you press, you can change the play speed by 2x / 4x /
8x / 16x / 32x / 64x.
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2.4.2 For Slow Motion
Slow Motion
Icon
Press [Slow Motion Icon]. Then, Press
to Slow forward
and
to Rewind during play back Each time you press, you
can change the play speed by 2x / 4x / 8x / 16x / 32x / 64x.
2.5 Projector for Video
Projector
Icon
Press on the [Projector icon] to turn on the projector, you will have
3 Options to choose from.
-High Brightness
-Low Brightness
-Off Projector
Use the [Projector Focus Adjustment] to set the projector focus
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2.6 For Various Video Set Up
You can press on the 4 icons on the screen to change the various
settings for your video shoot:
Video Resolution
Press the [Video Resolution Icon] to adjust
the Video Resolution, you have 5 options as
follows:
[1080/30P]
[720/60P]
[720/30P]
[480/60P]
[480/30P]
FHD 1080p @ 30fps
HD 720p @ 60fps
HD 720p @ 30fps
WVGA 480 @ 60fps
WVGA 480 @ 30fps
LED Torch
Press [LED icon] to turn on/off the LED
Torch
Scene Mode
Press [Scene Mode icon] to change the
different Scene Mode, you have the following
options:
Auto / Night / Sports / Landscape / Portrait
/ Sunset / Sand or Snow / Flower /
Firework / Water
Note: Scenery Options is only applicable for
Photo Shoot
Pre-Recording
Press [Pre-Recording icon] to turn on/off
once to set up.
the function. Press
This will set the device to pre-record 3 sec.
before you start the actual video shoot
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3 Photo
hoto Mode
3.1 For Photo Shoot
Press here to
shoot your
photos
Press here for
Set Up Menu
Press
to
go into Photo
Mode
Press
/
to zoom in/out
before photo
shoot
Press
for Photo
Review
3.2 For Photo Review
3.2.1 Photo Review
1) Press
2) Press the camera icon here to review
photos
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3) Use the
&
to go to the various pages
4) Press the file to select the photos you wish to review
5) Use the
next photo
for the previous or
for the
6) Use
&
to zoom in/out of your photo.
After you press
to enlarge the photo, you can
use the
,
,
and
to
manipulate the image further.
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3.2.2 Photo Review Menu
Press [Menu] for other menu option for photo review.
Press
to go to Photo
Review Menu
You will find the following 6 options:
File
Protection
DPOF
Slide Show
Setting
Slide Show
Effect
Delete
Rotate
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A.
File Protection
Press the [File Protection icon] to go into the Protect menu
selections, you will have 4 options to select as follows:
- Protect One Photo
- Unprotect One Photo
- Protect All Photos
- Unprotect All Photos
Press on the relevant icon to select, press [O] to confirm or [X] to
cancel
B.
Slide Show Setting
Press Slide Show Setting icon to go into the Slide Show Setting
menu selections, You have 3 options to select as follows:
-Off
-1s
-3s
Press on the relevant icon to confirm.
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C.
Slide Show Effect
Press [Slide Show Effect icon] to go into the Slide Show Effect
menu selections, you have 2 options to select as follows:
-Fading
-Flying
Press on the relevant icon to confirm.
D.
Delete
Press [Delete Icon] to go into the Delete menu selections, you
have 3 options to select as follows:
-Delete Single Photo
-Delete All Photos
-Delete from Thumb Nail View
Press on the relevant icon to select, press [O] to confirm or [X] to
cancel.
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E.
DPOF (Photos)
Press [DPOF icon] to go into the DPOF menu selections, you
have 4 options to select as follows:
-DPOF One photo file
-DPOF all photo files
-Reset One photo file
-Reset DPOF all photo files
Press on the relevant icon to select, press [O] to confirm or [X] to
cancel.
F.
Rotate
Press [Rotate icon] to go into the Rotate menu selections,
You have 2 options to select as follows:
-Left 90°
-Right 90°
Press on the relevant icon to confirm.
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3.3 Projector for Photo
Projector
Icon
Press on the [Projector icon] to turn on the projector, you will have
3 Options to choose from.
-High Brightness
-Low Brightness
-Off Projector
Then Use the [Projector Focus Adjustment] to set the projector
focus.
3.4 For Various Photo Set Up
You can press on the 4 icons on the screen to change the various
settings for your photo shoot:
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Photo Resolution
Press [Photo Resolution Icon] to
adjust the Photo Resolution, you
have 4 options as follows:
3MP
2048 x 1536 pixels
5MP
8MP
2592 x 1944 pixels
3200 x 2400 pixels
(Interpolation)
16MP
4608 x 3456 pixels
(Interpolation)
LED Torch
Press [LED icon] to turn on / off the
LED Torch.
Scene Mode
Press [Scene Mode icon] to change
the different Scene Mode, you have
the following options:
Auto / Night / Sports / Landscape /
Portrait / Sunset / Sand or Snow/
Flower / Firework / Water
Timer
Press the Timer Icon to set up the
photo shoot timer with the following
option:
2 sec /10 Sec / Off
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4 Set Up Menu
4.1 Go into the SET UP menu
Press the [Set Up Menu Icon] to go into the SET UP menu page.
Press here for SET UP Menu
Use the
&
to go
to different page of the SET UP
menu (2 Pages)
4.2 Set Up Menu
(a) Page 1 of 2
4.2.1 To change NTSC/PAL TV setting
Press the [NTSC/PAL icon] for selection.
Press the relevant icon to choose between [NTSC] and [PAL]
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4.2.2 File Number
Press the [File Number icon] for selection.
Press [R] to reset all file numbers to 0001 (For both video &
photos)
Press [123] to set up default for file number
4.2.3 Date/Time Settings
Press the [Date/Time Setting icon] to set the date/time.
Press on the relevant icon to High light the setting (Example
[2010])
or
icon to adjust the value
Use
Press
(At the top right corner) to confirm
4.2.4 Formatting of SD memory card
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Press the [SD Card icon] for selection.
Press [X] to cancel or [O] to format your memory card
Note: All files in the SD card will be deleted upon formatting, please save
your files on your PC or lap top before formatting.
4.2.5 Restore Factory Default
Press the [Restore Factory Default icon] for selection.
Press [X] to cancel and [O] to restore factory default settings.
4.2.6 LCD brightness
Press the [LCD brightness icon] for selection.
Press on the relevant icons to choose between Low/ Medium/
High.
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4.2.7 Time/Date Stamp for Photos/Videos
Press the [Time/ Date Stamp icon] or selection.
Press on the relevant icon to choose between [Date] stamp/
[Date/Time] stamp/ [OFF].
4.2.8 Auto Power Off
Press the [Auto Power Off icon] for selection.
Press the relevant icon to choose between 3 MIN/ 5 MIN/ OFF.
(b) Page 2 of 2
4.2.9 Language
Press the [Language icon] for selection.
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Use the
&
to go to various pages of the language
selection
Press on the language icon to select and confirm.
4.2.10 Flicker
Press the [Flicker icon] for selection.
Press the relevant icon to choose between Auto/ 60HZ/ 50HZ.
4.2.11 Sound Volume
Press the [Sound Volume icon] for selection.
Press the relevant icon to choose between OFF / Low / Medium /
High.
4.2.12 Start Up Display Logo
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You can use any photo you took as the start up display image for
the device.
Press the [Logo icon] for selection.
Press the [Photo File icon] and it will bring you to the photo files
you took in your device
Press on the photo you want to use as your start up display image.
Turn off the device and restart.
4.2.13 Digital Zoom Setting
Press the [Digital Zoom icon] for selection.
Press the relevant icon to choose between x10 / MAX.
4.2.14 EV value Extra Optional Functions
Press on the middle of the
screen and press the
/
to adjust the EV value of
the device.
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5 PC and TV Connection
5.1 Connecting to the Computer
As shown in the illustration, use the USB cable provided to connect
the Digital Projector Camcorder to a PC for file transmission.
5.2 Connecting to a Standard TV or HD TV
As shown in the illustration, use the video cable to connect the
Digital Projector Camcorder to a standard TV or you can use the
HDMI cable provided to connect the Digital Projector Camcorder to
a HD TV for high resolution picture display.
* For HD (High Definition) TV
* For Standard TV
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5.3 Installing the Software
1.
2.
3.
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Place the CD ROM attached into the CD player.
If the CD is not executed automatically, please use
Windows File Manager to execute the Install_CD.exe file
in the CD. The following screen will be displayed.
Press the Menu item and follow the Installation process
and follow the instructions on-screen.
6 Editing Software
ArcSoft Total Media Extreme (TME) ™ manages your media for you,
and gives you tons of fun and exciting ways to create and share
projects featuring your photo, video, and music files. Edit, enhance
and add creative effects to your photos. You can
z
Create your own movies or photo slide shows complete with
soundtrack.
z
Upload your files easily to YouTube™!
z
Or share them through simple email attachments or popular
photo printing.
z
You can go to http://www.arcsoft.com/ for more information.
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7 Appendix
7.1 Specifications
Image Sensor
1/3.2 inch 5.0 mega pixels CMOS sensor
Effective Pixels
5.03 Mega pixels
Storage Media
SD card and SDHC card Supported.
Lens
Fixed lens
F/2.8, f=4.27mm
Focus Range
Normal: 80cm~infinity
Still Image
Format: JPEG (DPOF, EXIF2.2)
Resolution: 5MP / 3MP
Firmware interpolation : 8MP /16MP
Movie Clip
Format: H.264 (MOV)
Digital Zoom
Video Mode : Max 100x
Photo Mode: Max 60x
Playback Mode: 10x
Audio
Audio for Voice Recording: ADPCM
LCD Display
8.9 cm (3.5 inch) Touch screen (16:9)
Assist LED Light
Range: About 1.0m
Movie Clip: On / Off
DSC: On / Off
Exposure
-2.0 EV~+2.0 EV
Self-Timer
Off, 2 seconds, 10 seconds.
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Interface
Digital output connector: USB 2.0 high-speed
HDMI
USB DC IN
TV output
PAL/NTSC
Shutter
Electronic shutter
2~1/8000 second
Auto Power Off
Off, 3 minutes, 5 minutes
Power Source
Lithium battery (3.7V, 800mAh)
Dimensions
55 x 108 x 16 mm
Weight
108 g (without battery)
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7.2 Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Cause
Can not turn on the
power of Digital
Projector
Camcorder.
1. Batteries are not
inserted correctly.
2. Batteries are
exhausted.
1. Please insert batteries
correctly.
2. Replace the batteries.
Camera shutdown
suddenly.
1. Power saving mode
already activated.
2. Battery exhausted.
1. Please turn on the
power again.
2. Replace the batteries.
Pictures are not
stored in the
memory.
Power off before
storing the images.
Please change to new
batteries when the
battery indicator turns to
red color.
Camera shutdown
when using
Self-timer shooting
picture.
Batteries in camera
are exhausted.
Charge the battery.
Images are out of
focus
Object exceeds the
range of focus.
Please take the picture
within the focusing range
and select normal or
Macro Mode.
Unable to use the
external memory
card.
1. Memory card is
Protected.
2. Memory card
contains non-DCF
images taken by
other cameras.
1. Unlock the memory
card.
2. Reformat the memory
card. Please make
sure to backup the file
before reformatting
memory card.
All Buttons can not
work or camera
hangs.
Short circuit occurred
Take out batteries in the
when connecting the
camera and re-insert
camera to other device. again.
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Solution