Samsung | VP-MM11S | Samsung VP-MM11S User Manual

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Miniket Photo
VP - MS10(S/BL/R)
MS11(S/BL/R)
MS12(S/BL/R)
MS15(S/BL/R)
AF
CCD
LCD
Auto Focus
Charge Coupled Device
Liquid Crystal Display
Owner’s Instruction Book
Before operating the unit, please read this
Instruction Book thoroughly, and retain it for
future reference.
This product meets the intent of
Directive 89/336 CEE, 73/23 CEE, 93/68 CEE.
Use only approved battery packs.
Otherwise there is a danger of overheating, fire or explosion.
Samsung is not responsible for problems occurring due to using unapproved batteries.
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Notices and Safety Precautions
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Precautions when using the Miniket Photo..............................................................................................................................................................8
Notes Regarding COPYRIGHT....................................................................................................................................................................................9
Notes Regarding Moisture Condensation.................................................................................................................................................................9
Notes Regarding the Miniket Photo...........................................................................................................................................................................9
Notes Regarding the Battery Pack...........................................................................................................................................................................10
Note Regarding the Lens...........................................................................................................................................................................................11
Notes Regarding the LCD Display ...........................................................................................................................................................................11
Precautions Regarding Service................................................................................................................................................................................11
Precautions Regarding Replacement Parts............................................................................................................................................................11
Getting to know your Miniket Photo
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Features.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................12
Accessories Supplied with the Miniket Photo........................................................................................................................................................13
Name of Each Part
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Rear & Left View.........................................................................................................................................................................................................14
Front & Bottom View..................................................................................................................................................................................................15
LCD Display ................................................................................................................................................................................................................16
OSD (On Screen Display in Photo Capture Mode/Photo View Mode) ...............................................................................................................16
OSD (On Screen Display in Movie Record Mode/Movie Play Mode) .................................................................................................................17
OSD (On Screen Display in Music Mode) ...........................................................................................................................................................18
OSD (On Screen Display in Voice Record / Voice Play / Settings Mode) ..........................................................................................................19
How to Use the Battery Pack
20
Battery Pack Installation / Ejection..........................................................................................................................................................................20
Maintaining the Battery Pack....................................................................................................................................................................................21
Charging the Battery Pack........................................................................................................................................................................................24
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Getting Started
25
Recording / Charging Indicator ................................................................................................................................................................................25
Power Indicator ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................25
Using the Mode Dial...................................................................................................................................................................................................26
Using the DISPLAY Button........................................................................................................................................................................................27
Using the MENU Button ............................................................................................................................................................................................27
Using the Shortcut Buttons ......................................................................................................................................................................................28
Using the Joystick ....................................................................................................................................................................................................29
Structure of Folders and Files..................................................................................................................................................................................30
Recording Time and Capacity ..................................................................................................................................................................................31
Using a mini SD card (Optional Accessory) ...........................................................................................................................................................32
Inserting / Ejecting a mini SD card (Optional Accessory) ....................................................................................................................................33
Selecting the Memory Type.......................................................................................................................................................................................34
Before You Start Operating the Miniket Photo .......................................................................................................................................................35
Setting the Miniket Photo
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Setting Memory ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................37
Selecting the Memory Type ..................................................................................................................................................................................37
Setting the File No. Function ................................................................................................................................................................................38
Formatting the Memory.........................................................................................................................................................................................39
Viewing Memory Space ........................................................................................................................................................................................40
Adjusting the LCD Monitor .......................................................................................................................................................................................41
Adjusting the LCD Brightness...............................................................................................................................................................................41
Setting Date / Time.....................................................................................................................................................................................................42
Setting Date / Time ...............................................................................................................................................................................................42
Setting Date Format..............................................................................................................................................................................................43
Setting Date / Time Display ..................................................................................................................................................................................44
Setting the System.....................................................................................................................................................................................................45
Setting the NTSC/PAL ..........................................................................................................................................................................................45
Setting the Beep Sound........................................................................................................................................................................................46
Setting the Shutter Sound ....................................................................................................................................................................................47
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Selecting Language ..............................................................................................................................................................................................48
Setting the Mode Display......................................................................................................................................................................................49
Setting the Auto Shut Off ......................................................................................................................................................................................50
Resetting the Miniket Photo..................................................................................................................................................................................51
Photo Mode
52
Capturing.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................53
Capturing Images..................................................................................................................................................................................................53
Zooming In and Out ..............................................................................................................................................................................................54
Viewing ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................55
Viewing Photo files on the LCD Monitor...............................................................................................................................................................55
Viewing Multiple Photo Files / Enlarging a Photo File .........................................................................................................................................56
Cropping an Enlarged Photo File .........................................................................................................................................................................57
Setting the Capturing Options..................................................................................................................................................................................58
Using the Shortcut Buttons...................................................................................................................................................................................58
Using the Scene Modes .......................................................................................................................................................................................60
Setting the Photo Size ..........................................................................................................................................................................................61
Setting the Photo Quality......................................................................................................................................................................................62
Setting the Metering Method ................................................................................................................................................................................63
Setting the Self Timer ...........................................................................................................................................................................................64
Setting the Multi Shot............................................................................................................................................................................................65
Setting Digital Effects............................................................................................................................................................................................66
Adjusting the Exposure – Exposure Compensation ............................................................................................................................................67
Setting the ISO Speed (Sensitivity) ......................................................................................................................................................................68
Setting the White Balance ....................................................................................................................................................................................69
Setting the Macro Mode........................................................................................................................................................................................70
Setting the Flash ...................................................................................................................................................................................................71
Setting the Sharpness ..........................................................................................................................................................................................73
Setting the Focus Method.....................................................................................................................................................................................74
Setting the Anti-Shake Function (Image Stabilisation).........................................................................................................................................75
Setting the Digital Zoom .......................................................................................................................................................................................76
Setting the Imprint Option.....................................................................................................................................................................................77
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Setting the Viewing Options .....................................................................................................................................................................................78
Using the Shortcut Buttons...................................................................................................................................................................................78
Deleting Photo Files..............................................................................................................................................................................................82
Protecting Photo Files...........................................................................................................................................................................................83
Rotating a Photo File ............................................................................................................................................................................................84
Resizing Photos ...................................................................................................................................................................................................85
Setting the Slideshow ...........................................................................................................................................................................................86
Setting the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) Function .....................................................................................................................................87
Copying Photo Files..............................................................................................................................................................................................88
Movie Mode
89
Recording a Movie .....................................................................................................................................................................................................90
Recording a Movie................................................................................................................................................................................................90
Zooming In and Out ..............................................................................................................................................................................................91
Playing a Movie ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................92
Playing a Movie on the LCD Monitor ...................................................................................................................................................................92
Setting the Recording Options.................................................................................................................................................................................93
Using the Shortcut Buttons...................................................................................................................................................................................93
Setting the Program AE ........................................................................................................................................................................................95
Setting the White Balance ....................................................................................................................................................................................96
Setting the Digital Effects......................................................................................................................................................................................97
Setting the Macro Mode........................................................................................................................................................................................98
Setting the Movie Quality......................................................................................................................................................................................99
Setting the Movie Size........................................................................................................................................................................................100
Setting the Self Timer .........................................................................................................................................................................................101
Setting the Wind Cut...........................................................................................................................................................................................102
Setting the Viewing Options ...................................................................................................................................................................................103
Using the Shortcut Buttons.................................................................................................................................................................................103
Deleting Movie Files............................................................................................................................................................................................107
Protecting Movie Files ........................................................................................................................................................................................108
Setting the All Play..............................................................................................................................................................................................109
Copying Movie Files............................................................................................................................................................................................110
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Music Mode
111
Playing Music Files ..................................................................................................................................................................................................112
Copying Music Files from a PC ..........................................................................................................................................................................112
Playing Music Files .............................................................................................................................................................................................113
Setting the Music Play Options ..............................................................................................................................................................................114
Using the Shortcut Buttons .................................................................................................................................................................................114
Setting the Repeated Play ..................................................................................................................................................................................116
Setting the Equaliser ...........................................................................................................................................................................................117
Deleting Music Files ............................................................................................................................................................................................118
Protecting Music Files .........................................................................................................................................................................................119
Voice Mode
120
Recording Voice Files..............................................................................................................................................................................................121
Recording Voice Files .........................................................................................................................................................................................121
Playing Voice Files...................................................................................................................................................................................................122
Playing Voice Files..............................................................................................................................................................................................122
Setting the Voice Play Options...............................................................................................................................................................................123
Using the Shortcut Buttons.................................................................................................................................................................................123
Setting the Repeated Play..................................................................................................................................................................................125
Deleting Voice Files ............................................................................................................................................................................................126
Protecting Voice Files .........................................................................................................................................................................................127
Copying Voice Files ............................................................................................................................................................................................128
PC Cam mode
129
Using the PC Cam Function ..................................................................................................................................................................................130
Using the PC Cam Function...............................................................................................................................................................................130
PictBridge mode
131
Printing with PictBridge ..........................................................................................................................................................................................132
Printing with PictBridge.......................................................................................................................................................................................132
Storage Mode
133
Using as a Mass Storage Device ...........................................................................................................................................................................134
Using as a Mass Storage Device .......................................................................................................................................................................134
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Miscellaneous Information
135
Connecting to a PC..................................................................................................................................................................................................136
Supported USB Speed according to Operating System....................................................................................................................................136
Recommended System Requirements ..............................................................................................................................................................136
Installing Software ...................................................................................................................................................................................................137
Installing DV Media Pro 1.0................................................................................................................................................................................137
Installing DV Media Pro 1.0 / Video Studio........................................................................................................................................................138
Connecting To Other Devices ................................................................................................................................................................................139
Connecting to a PC Using USB Cable...............................................................................................................................................................139
Connecting to a TV Monitor................................................................................................................................................................................140
Connecting to a VCR..........................................................................................................................................................................................141
Printing Photos.........................................................................................................................................................................................................142
Printing with DPOF .............................................................................................................................................................................................142
Cleaning and Maintenance......................................................................................................................................................................................143
After using the Miniket photo..............................................................................................................................................................................143
Cleaning the Body...............................................................................................................................................................................................144
Regarding the Battery.........................................................................................................................................................................................145
Using Abroad.......................................................................................................................................................................................................146
Troubleshooting
147
Self-Diagnosis Display ............................................................................................................................................................................................147
Self-Diagnosis Display ........................................................................................................................................................................................147
Checklist..............................................................................................................................................................................................................147
Using the Menu
149
Specifications
151
Index
153
Power Sources (United Kingdom Only)
155
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Notices and Safety Precautions
Precautions when using the Miniket Photo
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Please note the following precautions for use:
Please keep this Miniket Photo in a safe place. The Miniket Photo contains a lens that can be damaged by shock.
Keep out of reach of children.
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Please note the following precautions for use:
Do not place your Miniket Photo in a wet place. Moisture and water may cause the Miniket Photo to malfunction.
To avoid electric shock, do not touch your Miniket Photo or power cable with wet hands.
Do not use the flash close to someone else’s eyes. The flash emits a strong light that may cause damage similar to direct
sunlight on one’s eyesight. Particular care should be observed if photographing infants, when the flash should be no less
than 3 feet from your subject.
If the Miniket Photo is not working properly, please consult your nearest dealer or authorised SAMSUNG service centre.
Disassembling the Miniket Photo by yourself may cause irrecoverable damage which will be difficult to repair.
Clean the Miniket Photo with a dry, soft cloth. Use a soft cloth moistened with a mild detergent solution for removing
stains.
Do not use any type of solvent, especially benzene, as it may seriously damage the finish.
Keep your Miniket Photo away from rain and saltwater. After using, clean the Miniket Photo. Saltwater may cause the
parts to corrode.
Using the earphone or headphone for an extended time can cause a serious damage to your hearing.
- If you are exposed to a sound in higher than 85db for an extended time, you will be adversely affected on your
hearing. The higher the sound is, the more seriously damaged your hearing is (an ordinary conversation is made in 50
to 60 db and the noise level on the road is approximately 80 db).
- You are strongly advised to set the volume level to medium (the medium level is usually less than 2/3 of the
maximum).
If you feel a ringing in the ear(s), lower the volume or stop using the earphone or headphone.
Do not use the earphone while you are driving a bicycle, automobile or motorcycle.
- Otherwise it can cause a serious accident and, furthermore, it is prohibited by the law in some areas.
- Using the earphone on the way, in particular, on the crosswalk can lead to a serious accident.
For your safety, make sure the earphone cable should not get in the way of your arm or other surrounding objects while
you are taking exercise or a walk.
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Notices and Safety Precautions
Notes Regarding COPYRIGHT
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Television programmes, movie video tapes, DVD titles, films and other programme materials may be copyrighted.
Unauthorised recording of copyrighted materials may infringe on the rights of the copyright owners and is contrary to
copyright laws.
All the trade names and registered trademarks mentioned in this manual or other documentation provided with your
Samsung product are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
Notes Regarding Moisture Condensation
1. A sudden rise in atmospheric temperature may cause condensation to form inside the Miniket Photo.
For Example:
✤ Entering or leaving a heated place on a cold day might cause condensation inside the product.
✤ To prevent condensation, place the product in a carrying case or a plastic bag before exposing it to a sudden change of
temperature.
Notes Regarding the Miniket Photo
1. Do not leave the Miniket Photo exposed to high temperature (above 60°C or 140°F).
For example, in a parked closed car in summer or exposed to direct sunlight.
2. Do not let the Miniket Photo get wet.
Keep the Miniket Photo away from rain, salt water, or any other form of moisture.
The Miniket Photo will be damaged if immersed in water or subjected to high levels of moisture.
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Notices and Safety Precautions
Notes Regarding the Battery Pack
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It is recommended that you use the original Samsung Battery Pack that is available at the retailer where you purchased
the Miniket Photo.
Make sure the Battery Pack is fully charged before starting to record.
To preserve battery power, keep the Miniket Photo turned off when you are not operating it.
If your Miniket Photo is left in STBY mode and the Battery Pack is inserted without being operated for more than 3
minutes, it will automatically turn itself off to protect against unnecessary battery discharge.
Make sure that the Battery Pack is inserted firmly in place.
The new Battery Pack provided with the product is not charged.
Before using the Battery Pack, you need to fully charge it.
Do not drop the Battery Pack. Dropping the Battery Pack may damage it.
Fully discharging a Lithium lon battery damages the internal cells. The Battery Pack may be prone to leakage when fully
discharged.
To avoid damage to the Battery Pack, make sure to remove the battery when no charge remains.
Clean the terminal to remove foreign substances before inserting the Battery Pack.
When the battery reaches the end of its life, please contact your local dealer.
Batteries must be disposed of as chemical waste.
Be careful not to drop the Battery Pack when you release it from the Miniket Photo.
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Notices and Safety Precautions
Note Regarding the Lens
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Do not film with the Miniket Photo’s lens pointing directly at the sun.
Direct sunlight can damage the CCD (Charge Coupled Device, the imaging sensor).
Notes Regarding the LCD Display
1. The LCD monitor has been manufactured using the high precision technology. However, there may be tiny dots (red, blue
or green in colour) that appear on the LCD monitor. These dots are normal and do not affect the recorded picture in any
way.
2. When you use the LCD monitor under direct sunlight or outdoors, it may be difficult to see the picture clearly.
3. Direct sunlight can damage the LCD monitor.
Precautions Regarding Service
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Do not attempt to service the Miniket Photo yourself.
Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Precautions Regarding Replacement Parts
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When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer and with the same characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorised substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be disposed with other household wastes at the end of its
working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate this from
other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. Household users should contact
either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government office, for details of where and how they can take this
item for environmentally safe recycling. Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase
contract. This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
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Getting to know your Miniket Photo
Features
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High Resolution Digital Still Camera
Employing 5Mega CCD Pixels with an available maximum resolution of 2592X1944. You can store images in internal
memory or mini SD card.
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MPEG4 Movie Recording
You can record MPEG4 movie on the internal memory or mini SD card.
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x 5 Digital Zoom ( x 15 its original size)
Allows the user to magnify an image up to x15 its original size.
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Colour TFT LCD
A high-resolution(150K) colour TFT LCD gives you clean, sharp images as well as the ability to review your recorded files
immediately.
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Anti-Shake Image Stabilisation
With the Miniket Photo, you can minimize the effects of natural shaking movements when taking pictures of still objects in
dark places.
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Various Digital Effects
The DSE (Digital Special Effects) allows you to give the film a special look by adding various special effects.
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USB Interface for Data Transfer
You can transfer still images and movie files or any other files to a PC using the USB interface.
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PC Cam for multi-entertaining
You can use the Miniket Photo as a PC Cam for video chatting and other PC Cam applications.
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Voice Record / Playback with vast memory
You can record voices and store it in the internal memory or mini SD card (optional accessory) and play back recorded
voice clips.
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Plus Advantage, Music
With this Miniket Photo, you can play back Music files stored in the internal memory or mini SD card (optional accessory).
Enjoy your favourite songs with the Music files with your Miniket Photo.
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PictBridge/DPOF Function
When you connect the Miniket Photo to a PictBridge-supported printer and DPOF (Digital Printing Order Format) function
using a USB cable, you can print your stored pictures without a PC.
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Multi OSD Language
You can select the desired OSD language from OSD list.
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Getting to know your Miniket Photo
Accessories Supplied with the Miniket Photo
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Make sure that the following basic accessories are supplied with your Miniket Photo.
Basic Accessories
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Lithium Ion Battery Pack
AC Power Adapter
Audio/Video Cable
USB Cable
Software CD
Hand Strap
Instruction Book/Quick Guide
Soft Case
1. Lithium Ion Battery Pack
2. AC Power Adapter
3. Audio/Video Cable
4. USB Cable
5. Software CD
6. Hand Strap
7. Instruction Book/Quick Guide 8. Soft Case
9. Earphones
Optional Accessory
9. Earphones
[ Notes ]
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Parts and accessories are available at your local Samsung dealer and service centre.
You can download programmes, the latest driver software, and CODECs from the Samsung Electronics webpage.
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Name of Each Part
Rear & Left View
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Fastening Hand strap
5.25 MEGA
PIXEL
POWER
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MENU
USB
IN
DC
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Shortcut Buttons
MENU button
Joystick (Up, Down, Left, Right, OK)
Earphones and AV jack
USB port
DC IN jack
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11.
Connector Cover
Recording / charging Indicator
Built-in Speaker
Display Button
LCD Monitor
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Front & Bottom View
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Mode Dial
[W/T] Zoom Switch
Record / Stop Button
Power Button
Built-in Microphone
Lens protection film
Lens
8. Flash
9. Tripod Receptacle
10. OPEN Switch
(Battery / mini SD card Slot)
11. Battery Slot
12. Mini SD card slot
13. Battery Lock Switch
Usable mini SD card
mini SD card
[ Notes ]
✤ There is a protecting film on the lens when the product is purchased. Please remove the protecting film before using it.
✤ A shock to the set may open the lens cover even when the power is turned off.
Turn the power on, and the lens cover will operate normally.
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Name of Each Part : LCD Display
Slide
OSD (On Screen Display in Photo Capture Mode/Photo View Mode)
Photo Capture Mode
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Photo View Mode
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Slide
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Photo View Mode
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Mode Indicator
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Image Size Indicator
2.
Image Quality Indicator
3.
Anti-Shake Indicator
4.
White Balance Indicator
5.
EV Indicator
6.
ISO Speed Indicator
7.
Multi Shot Indicator *
8.
Sharpness Indicator
Digital Effect Indicator *
9.
Date / Time Indicator
10.
Optical Zoom Indicator
11.
Shaking warning indicator
Digital Zoom Indicator
Self Timer (Shortcut Button) *
Macro (Shortcut Button)
Flash (Shortcut Button)
Record / Play (Shortcut Button)
Battery Life Indicator
Memory Type Indicator
Focus Indicator
Image Counter (recordable still image number)
Metering Mode Indicator
Scene Mode Indicator
Mode Indicator
Image Size Indicator
DPOF Indicator
Image Number
Delete (Shortcut Button)
Protection (Shortcut Button)
Move
Full View
Slide (Shortcut
Button)
Record / Play (Shortcut Button)
Battery Life Indicator
Memory Type Indicator
Image Counter (Current / Total)
Move
OK Full View
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12. Current Selection
13. Move (Help Key)
14. Full View (Help Key)
[ Notes ]
✤ Functions not marked with * will be retained when the Miniket Photo is restarted
after turning it off.
✤ The OSD indicators of this product shown above are based on model VP-MS10.
✤ The OSD indicators are based on when using the internal memory for storage.
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Name of Each Part : LCD Display
OSD (On Screen Display in Movie Record Mode/Movie Play Mode)
Movie Record Mode
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Movie Play Mode
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All Play
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Mode Indicator
Image Size Indicator
Image Quality Indicator
Macro Indicator
Self Timer Indicator *
Windcut Indicator
Date / Time Indicator
Zoom In / Out Indicator
Digital Effect (Shortcut Button) *
White Balance (Shortcut Button)
Program AE (Shortcut Button)
Record / Play (Shortcut Button)
Battery Life Indicator
Memory Type Indicator
Counter (Elapsed Time)
Record / Stop Indicator
Remaining Time Indicator
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100-0001
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1. Mode Indicator
2. Image Size Indicator
3. Image Number
4. Playback Progress Bar
5. Counter (Elapsed Time)
6. Volume Indicator
7. Delete (Shortcut Button)
8. Protection (Shortcut Button)
9. All Play (Shortcut Button)
10. Record / Play (Shortcut Button)
11. Battery Life Indicator
12. Memory Type Indicator
13. Image Counter (Current / Total)
14. Stop / Play / Pause Indicator
[ Note ]
✤ Functions not marked with * will be retained when the Miniket Photo is restarted after
turning it off.
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Name of Each Part : LCD Display
OSD (On Screen Display in Music Mode)
Music Mode
Move
Folder
Music Mode
Play
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MUSIC1
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Search
Pause
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Volume
Move
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File Property
Progress Bar
Counter (Elapsed Time / File Length)
Search (Help Key)
Play / Pause (Help Key)
Volume Control (Help Key)
Equalizer (Shortcut Button)
Volume Indicator
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Folder
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Play
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Mode Indicator
Current Folder Name
Title Name
Protection Indicator
Move (Help Key)
Folder Search
(Help Key)
Volume
Pause
Play (Help Key)
Delete (Shortcut Button)
Hold (Shortcut Button)
Repeat (Shortcut Button)
File List Display (Shortcut Button)
Battery Life Indicator
Memory Type Indicator
File Number (Current / Total)
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Name of Each Part : LCD Display
OSD (On Screen Display in Voice Record / Voice Play /Settings Mode)
Voice Record Mode
8
Voice Play Mode
12
7
1
Settings Mode
6
1
11
1
2
2
3
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0004.WAV
SWAV0001.W
SW
SWAV0001.WAV
V0001.WAV
Mono
8KHz
Mono
64Kbps
8KHz
10
64Kbps
4
00:00:00/02:10:00
5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Mode Indicator
File Name
Current File Information
Standby / Record Indicator
Counter (Elapsed Time /
Remaining Time)
6. Record / Play (Shortcut Button)
7. Battery Life Indicator
8. Memory Type Indicator
3
00:00:16/00:00:20
4
Search
TYPE
Memory Type
3
9
2
Settings
Int. Memory
Memory Card
8
7
Pause
Volume
5
6
1. File Number (Current / Total)
2. Progress Bar
3. Counter (Elapsed Time /
Remaining Time)
4. Search (Help Key)
5. Play / Pause (Help Key)
6. Volume Control (Help Key)
7. Volume Indicator
8. Delete (Shortcut Button)
9. Repeat (Shortcut Button)
10. File List Display (Shortcut Button)
11. Record / Play (Shortcut Button)
12. Protection Indicator
4
Move
Select
5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
ModeSettings
Indicator
Menu Memory
Tab Type
Setup Items
Move (Help Key)
Select (Help Key)
Move
Select
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How to Use the Battery Pack
Battery Pack Installation / Ejection
It is recommended to purchase one or more additional Battery Packs to allow continuous use of your Miniket Photo.
To insert the Battery Pack
To eject the Battery Pack
<Inserting the Battery Pack>
MENU
!
➮
OPEN
1. Push the [OPEN] switch on the bottom side of the set
in the direction of ! as shown in the diagram and
open the lid.@
2. Insert the Battery Pack into the battery slot until it
softly clicks.
Make sure that the SAMSUNG logo is facing up while
the set is placed as shown in the diagram.
@
Cover
<Ejecting the Battery Pack>
1. Push the [Battery Lock Switch] in the direction as
shown in the diagram to pop the Battery Pack out.
2. Pull the ejected Battery Pack out in the direction as
shown in the diagram.
MENU
MENU
➮
Battery
Lock Switch
[ Notes ]
✤ Clean the terminals to remove any foreign substances before inserting the Battery Pack.
✤ If the Miniket Photo will not be in use for a while, remove the Battery Pack from the Miniket Photo.
✤ It is recommended to prepare fully charged additional Battery Packs for outdoor use.
✤ Additional Battery Packs are available at your local Samsung dealer and service centre.
[ Warning ]
✤ When you eject the Battery Pack from the Miniket Photo, hold the Battery Pack so as not to drop it.
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How to Use the Battery Pack
Maintaining the Battery Pack
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
The Battery Pack should only be recharged in an environment between 32°F(0°C ) and 104°F(40°C).
The life and capacity of the Battery Pack will be reduced if it is used in temperatures below 32°F(0°C ) or left in
temperatures above 104°F(40°C) for a long period.
Do not put the Battery Pack near any heat sources (fire or flames, for example).
Do not disassemble, process, press, or heat the Battery Pack.
Do not allow the + and - terminals of the Battery Pack to be short-circuited. It may cause leakage, heat generation, fire, or
overheating.
If Miniket Photo fails to work when you turn on the power or the battery life indicator flickers, replace the Battery Pack.
It is recommended to use original Battery Pack that is available at SAMSUNG service centre.
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How to Use the Battery Pack
Using Time / Image Capacity According To Modes
Mode
Battery
SB-LH82 (820 mAh)
Approx. 85 minutes
Image Capacity
Using Time
Photo
Movie
Music
Conditions
Approx. 230
Fully charged battery / Room temperature / 5M image size /
Super Fine / Pictures captured at 20 sec interval / zoom in or out
after each capturing
● Power off and on after each 8 captures / Default LCD brightness (14)
● 3 non-flash use / 1 flash use capturing
●
Continuous Recording Time Approx. 80 minutes
Conditions
Fully charged battery / Room temperature
Normal
320x240 Image Size
No zooming
Continuous Playback time Approx. 4 hours
Conditions
Fully charged battery / Room temperature
LCD display turned off
44.1 KHz / 128 Kbps / 4MB / Default equaliser /
Use earphones / Mid-level volume
Continuous Playback Time Approx. 4 hours
Voice
Conditions
Fully charged battery / Room temperature
Mono / 64 Kbps / Use earphones / Mid-level volume
✤ Figures shown above are measured under Samsung’s test environment, and may differ from users
and conditions.
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How to Use the Battery Pack
Battery Level Display
The Battery Level Display shows the amount of battery power remaining in the Battery Pack.
Battery Level Indicator
✤
State
Message
Fully charged
-
25 ~ 50% is used
-
50 ~ 70% is used
-
75 ~ 95% is used
-
Over 95% is used
The Miniket Photo will soon
turn off. Change the Battery
Pack as soon as possible.
-
(flickers)
The Miniket Photo will be
forced to turn off soon.
“Low battery”
IN
STBY
640
REM
4 Min
AE
F
AUTO
A
OFF
1/1
It is recommended to fully charge the Battery Pack before use.
Charging time according to charging methods
Battery
SB-LH82 (820 mAh)
✤
Using AC Adapter
Approx. 1 hr 40 min
Using USB Charging
Approx.3 hr100-0001
00:00:16
You may charge your Miniket Photo by connecting it to a PC with the USB cable.
00:00:00
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00:00:16
100-0001
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How to Use the Battery Pack
Charging the Battery Pack
You can charge the Battery Pack using AC Power Adapter or USB cable.
Connecting the AC Power Adapter
1. Turn off the Miniket Photo by pressing the [POWER]
button.
◆ Charging will begin only when the Miniket Photo is turned off
(using AC Power Adapter or USB cable).
DC Power Jack
2. Insert the Battery Pack to the Miniket Photo.
3. Open the Connector Cover of the set.
4
4. Charge the Miniket Photo.
AC Power Adapter
USB Cable
Connect the AC Power Adapter with the Miniket Photo properly
and plug the AC Power Adapter to the wall outlet.
Connect the USB Cable with the Miniket Photo properly and
connect the other side to a USB port of a PC.
Connecting the USB Cable
[ Note ]
USB Port
✤ You may use the Miniket Photo powered by the AC Power Adapter
indoors where available.
[ Warning ]
✤ It is recommended to fully charge the Battery Pack before use.
✤ You should only charge the battery in an environment between 32°F (0°C)
and 104°F (40°C).
✤ If ambient temperature is too low when charging, it may take long to fully
charge or may not fully charge the battery, which results the green
indicator will not turn on.
✤ Before connecting the cable, make sure that you don’t have any foreign
substances between connectors.
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Getting Started
Recording / Charging Indicator
The colour of the LED indicates the state of power or charging.
LED Colour
Red
During Recording
During Charging
Recording
<Movie and Voice Mode>
-
Orange
Green
-
Charging
Fully Charged
NU
Recording /
Charging Indicator
Power Indicator
LED Colour
Blue
Power
On
Power
Indicator
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Getting Started
Using the Mode Dial
The Mode Dial is used to change the Miniket Photo mode. Available modes are Photo, Movie, Music, Voice, PC Cam,
PictBridge, Storage, and Settings.
Setting the Mode
Turn the desired mode by turning the Mode Dial.
Within 1 ~ 2 seconds, the Miniket Photo switches to the designated mode.
Functions of Each Mode
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Photo Mode
You can take / view photos.
PC Cam Mode
You can use the Miniket Photo as a PC Cam for
video chatting and other PC Cam applications.
Movie Mode
You can record / play back video.
PictBridge Mode
When you connect the Miniket Photo to a
PictBridge-supported printer with a USB cable, you
can print your stored pictures without a PC.
Music Mode
You can play back music files (music).
Storage Mode
Connecting the Miniket Photo to a PC with a USB
cable allows you to store various files in the
Miniket Photo.
Voice Mode
You can record / play back voice clips.
Settings Mode
Using this mode, you can set / adjust settings
regarding the LCD display, Date / Time, Reset, and
Memory management.
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Getting Started
Using the DISPLAY Button
1. If you press the [DISPLAY] button once, only Shortcut Button
icons and focus indicator will appear on the screen.
2. If you press the [DISPLAY] button twice, only focus indicator
will appear on the screen.
3. If you press the [DISPLAY] button 3 times, it switches to the
initial (normal) display screen.
[DISPLAY] Button
[ Notes ]
✤ Above description applies to the Photo and Movie mode.
✤ In Music and Voice modes, the [DISPLAY] button will not operate. The LCD screen
goes off automatically after 30 seconds if there was no button operation. In that
case, press any button to turn on the LCD monitor.
Using the MENU Button
1. Change the desired mode by setting the Mode Dial.
2. Press the [MENU] button.
25 MEGA PIX
EL
POWER
W
3. Move the cursor by moving the joystick (up / down / left /
right) to select desired menu item, and then press the
joystick (OK) to confirm.
T
MENU Button
MENU
Mode Dial
4. Press the [MENU] button to finish.
Joystick
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Getting Started
Using the Shortcut Buttons
For Photo, Movie, Music, Voice and PictBridge modes, icons that represent the most frequently accessed functions according to
the selected mode are displayed on the LCD monitor to allow easier access. Using these buttons, you may directly access the
functions.
PIXEL
1. Turn the Mode Dial to set the desired mode.
POWER
W
T
[Power] Button
Shortcut button
MENU
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. On the LCD monitor, the function icon of shortcut button is
displayed.
Press the shortcut button to access the function directly.
◆ In Photo Capture Mode, the icons of 4 shortcut buttons will be :
< >-< >-< >-< >
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Mode Dial
Icons of
Shortcut button
functions
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Getting Started
Using the Joystick
✤
The joystick is used to make a selection, move the cursor, select functions, and exit from the menu.
1. Move the cursor left / right by pressing the joystick.
2. Move the cursor up / down by pressing the joystick.
MENU
◆ You can adjust the volume by moving the joystick (up / down) in Movie /
Music / Voice playback modes.
Joystick
3. Confirm your selection by pressing the joystick (OK).
Move Up
Confirm selection
Move left
Menu Selection
While Playing Back
Move Upwards
Increase Volume
Move Downwards
Decrease Volume
Move Left
-
Move Right
-
Confirm Selection
-
Move right
Move down
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Getting Started
Structure of Folders and Files
The movie, photo, music, voice files and so forth files are stored in internal memory or mini SD card as below:
[ Notes ]
✤ Refer to page 32 for details on mini SD card.
✤ You can store general data files and folders in Miniket Photo.
✤ The maximum number of files you may store in DCIM is 99 where
number of folders is 999.
✤ DCAM****.JPG: Photo files
SMOV****.AVI: Movie files
SWAV****.WAV: Voice files
********.MP3: Music files
✤ MISC: DPOF files are stored.
✤ Do not change the file or folder name except ‘Free’.
✤ You can freely change the file or folder name under the ‘Free’.
✤ Movie files that you have not made with this Miniket Photo may not play
back on this Miniket Photo.
✤ <MUSIC1 ~ 4> folders are system folders created when manufacturing.
✤ Do not change or delete <MUSIC1 ~ 4> folders. Changing or deleting
<MUSIC1 ~ 4> folder names will disable music playback.
✤ Only mp3 files are recognised under the system folder “MP3”. Folders
created under the system folder “MP3” other than <MUSIC1 ~ 4> cannot
be recognised (Figure 1).
✤ User folders can be created under <MUSIC1 ~ 4> folders. MP3 files
under a user created folder will be recognised and played back but the
folder name will not be displayed on the LCD screen (Figure 2)
✤ Folders and files created by a user under a user folder will not be
recognised (Figure 3).
✤ <MUSIC1 ~ 4> folders can contain up to 500 songs.
Photo Folders
Movie Folders
Voice Folders
XXXX.MP3
XXXX.MP3
Music Folders
XXXX.MP3
XXXX.MP3
Others
XXXX.MP3
User folder
XXXX.MP3
[ Warning ]
✤ Mini SD cards are made with precision technology. It is sensitive and
vulnerable to electric shock, temperature and humidity, be cautious
with handling the mini SD card to avoid losing data stored in it.
✤ Damaged data may not be recovered, and SAMSUNG is not
responsible for lost data. Make sure to back up important files in PC
separately.
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XXXX.MP3
XXXX.MP3
(Figure 2)
XXXX.MP3
XXXX.MP3
(Figure 1)
(User folder)
(Figure 3)
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Getting Started
Recording Time and Capacity
Photo Capacity
Image Quality
Image Size
64M
128M
256M
512M
64M
128M
256M
512M
64M
128M
256M
512M
64M
128M
256M
512M
64M
128M
256M
512M
64M
128M
256M
512M
2592
5M
2272
4M
2048
3M
1600
2M
1024
1M
640
VGA
Approx. 23
Approx. 47
Approx. 95
Approx. 190
Approx. 30
Approx. 61
Approx. 122
Approx. 244
Approx. 37
Approx. 75
Approx. 151
Approx. 303
Approx. 60
Approx. 120
Approx. 240
Approx. 481
Approx. 136
Approx. 273
Approx. 546
Approx. 1092
Approx. 292
Approx. 585
Approx. 1170
Approx. 2340
Approx. 51
Approx. 102
Approx. 204
Approx. 409
Approx. 66
Approx. 132
Approx. 264
Approx. 528
Approx. 81
Approx. 163
Approx. 327
Approx. 655
Approx. 128
Approx. 256
Approx. 512
Approx. 1024
Approx. 292
Approx. 585
Approx. 1170
Approx. 2340
Approx. 512
Approx. 1024
Approx. 2048
Approx. 4096
Approx. 97
Approx. 195
Approx. 390
Approx. 780
Approx. 128
Approx. 256
Approx. 512
Approx. 1024
Approx. 157
Approx. 315
Approx. 630
Approx. 1260
Approx. 227
Approx. 455
Approx. 910
Approx. 1820
Approx. 512
Approx. 1024
Approx. 2048
Approx. 4096
Approx. 682
Approx. 1365
Approx. 2730
Approx. 5461
Approx. 2 min
Approx. 4 min
Approx. 8 min
Approx. 17 min
Approx. 4 min
Approx. 8 min
Approx. 17 min
Approx. 34 min
Approx. 4 min
Approx. 8 min
Approx. 17 min
Approx. 34 min
Approx. 8 min
Approx. 17 min
Approx. 34 min
Approx. 68 min
Approx. 8 min
Approx. 17 min
Approx. 34 min
Approx. 68 min
Approx. 17 min
Approx. 34 min
Approx. 68 min
Approx. 136 min
Movie Recording Time
Image Quality
Image Size
640
640 x 480
320
320 x 240
64M
128M
256M
512M
64M
128M
256M
512M
Voice Recording Time
64M
128M
256M
512M
Approx. 136 min
Approx. 273 min
Approx. 546 min
Approx. 1092 min
Music capacity
64M
128M
256M
512M
Approx. 16 files
Approx. 32 files
Approx. 64 files
Approx. 128 files
✤
Recording time based on the Miniket Photo set to
✤ Based on 128Kbps sampling / 4MB size.
mono / 64Kbps transfer rate.
✤ Capacity may vary depending on file size.
Voice recording time shown above is an estimation
and is subject to recording conditions.
[ Notes ]
✤ Super Fine, Fine and Normal represent the compression ratio, and Super Fine has the highest image quality.
✤ 5M, 4M, 3M, 2M, 1M and VGA represent the image resolution, and 5M has the biggest image size.
✤ The recording time and the number of images shown above are approximation figures only when using the respective function.
In actual use, using more than one function will reduce the capacity of each.
✤ Recording movie files on a mini SD card may have un-recordable fragment which may result shorter recording time / photo capacity.
✤ Recording time may vary depending on the compression ratio which results from the subject recorded.
✤ Movie file may not record / playback normally when using a mini SD card bigger than 1GB.
✤
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Getting Started
Using a mini SD card (Optional Accessory)
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
Only mini SD cards are supported.
Samsung is not responsible for data loss due to misuse.
Turning the power off / ejecting the mini SD card during the memory operation such as formatting, deleting, recording, and
playback may damage the data.
You may modify the name of a file / folder stored in the mini SD card using a PC. Miniket Photo may not recognise modified
files.
It is recommended that you power off before inserting or ejecting the mini SD card to avoid losing data.
It is not guaranteed that you may use a memory card formatted on other devices. Be sure to format your mini SD card using
the Miniket Photo.
Save important files separately on other media, such as floppy disk, hard disk, or CD.
You have to format newly-purchased mini SD cards, mini SD cards with data on it that Miniket Photo cannot recognize or the
cards that have data saved by other devices.
A mini SD card has a certain life span. If you use it for a long time, you cannot record new data. In this case, you have to
purchase a new mini SD card.
A mini SD card is a precision electronic equipment. Do not bend it, drop it, or cause it to suffer a strong impact.
Do not use or store in a place that has high temperature and humidity or dusty environment.
Do not allow foreign substances on the mini SD card terminals. Use a soft dry cloth to clean the terminals if required.
It is recommended to use a mini SD card case to avoid losing data from moving and static electricity.
After a period of use, the mini SD card may get warm. This is normal, not a malfunction.
Damaged data may not be recovered, and SAMSUNG is not responsible for the lost data. Make sure to back up important
files separately on a PC.
Name of Each Part: mini SD card
✤
✤
✤
This Miniket Photo only supports the mini SD card.
A mini SD card adapter is not supported by this Miniket Photo. The mini SD
card adapter is used for other devices that supports only SD Card.
A mini SD card adapter supports a mechanical write protection switch. Setting
the switch prevents accidental erasure of files recorded on the mini SD card.
To enable writing, move the switch up to the direction of terminals. To set write
protection, move the switch down.
[ Note ]
✤ A mini SD card is an optional accessory.
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Terminals
Write
protection
switch
mini SD card
mini SD card adapter
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Getting Started
Inserting / Ejecting a mini SD card (Optional Accessory)
This product is equipped with a internal memory and the mini SD card is an optional accessory which is not
provided with the package.
◆ Slide the [OPEN] switch in the direction of (1) as shown in the diagram until it stops.
Then open the lid.(2)
!
OPEN
Inserting a mini SD card
1. Open Cover by sliding the [OPEN] switch on the bottom side.
@
Cover
2. Insert a mini SD card into the slot until it softly clicks in the direction of
the arrow shown in the diagram.
◆ The mini SD card terminals will face down while the LCD monitor faces up.
Cover
Ejecting a mini SD card
1. Slightly push the mini SD card inwards to pop it out.
MENU
2. Pull the mini SD card out of the slot and close the Cover.
[ Note ]
✤ Make sure to format a mini SD card using the Miniket Photo.
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Getting Started
Selecting the Memory Type
You can set the storage to the internal memory or mini SD card (Optional Accessory).
The OSD indicators are based on internal memory by default.
1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
2
2. Initially, the memory type is set to <Int. Memory> by default.
! Memory Card inserted.
Change into the card?
Yes
No
3. Insert a mini SD card into the slot (refer to page 33).
◆ The message “Memory Card inserted. Change into the card?” appears on the screen.
4. Select the desired setting by moving the joystick left / right and press
the joystick (OK).
◆ Yes: Photo, movie, music and voice files will be stored in the inserted mini SD card.
◆ No: Photo, movie, music and voice files will be stored in the internal memory.
[ Notes ]
✤ If there is no mini SD card inserted, only the <Int. Memory> option will be available.
✤ When you insert the mini SD card in Setting Mode, the pop-up message will not display.
✤ Selected memory will be used for all modes.
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Move
Move
3
Select
Select
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Getting Started
Before You Start Operating the Miniket Photo
Before using the Miniket Photo, read this page thoroughly for easy operation. A mini SD card is an optional accessory and not
included in the package.
1. Insert the Battery Pack and insert a mini SD card into the mini SD card slot. (Refer to page 33)
2. Charge the Battery Pack by directly connecting the AC Power Adapter to the Miniket Photo.
(Refer to page 24)
3. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
4. Select the desired mode by turning the [Mode Dial].
5. Press the [Record / Stop] button to take a picture, start recording movie / voice.
◆ To set focus, press the [Record / Stop] button halfway down.
6. When finished, press the [POWER] button to turn the Miniket Photo off.
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How to set to
Settings mode
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the
Settings mode.
Setting the Miniket Photo
Setting Memory ..................................................................................37
Selecting the Memory Type..........................................................37
Setting the File No. Function........................................................38
Formatting the Memory ................................................................39
Viewing Memory Space................................................................40
Adjusting the LCD Monitor ...............................................................41
Adjusting the LCD Brightness ......................................................41
Setting Date / Time.............................................................................42
Setting Date / Time .......................................................................42
Setting Date Format .....................................................................43
Setting Date / Time Display..........................................................44
2. Press the [POWER] button to
turn on the Miniket Photo.
Power
Button
POWER
W
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T
Setting the System.............................................................................45
Setting the NTSC/PAL ..................................................................45
Setting the Beep Sound ...............................................................46
Setting the Shutter Sound ............................................................47
Selecting Language......................................................................48
Setting the Mode Display .............................................................49
Setting the Auto Shut Off..............................................................50
Resetting the Miniket Photo .........................................................51
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Setting the Miniket Photo : Setting Memory
Selecting the Memory Type
You can set the storage to the internal memory or mini SD card (Optional Accessory).
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
Settings
3
Settings
Memory
Type
TYPE
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Memory Type
Int. Memory
Memory Card
3. Select <Memory Type> by moving the joystick left / right.
4. Select the desired option by moving the joystick up / down and then press
the joystick (OK).
◆ <Int. Memory>: Photo, movie, music and voice files are stored in the internal memory.
◆ <Memory Card>: Photo, movie, music and voice files are stored in the external memory
(mini SD card).
4
Move
Select
Move
Select
Settings
TYPE
Settings
Memory Type
Int.
Memory
Memory
Type
Memory Card
5. After you finish setting, turn the Mode Dial to the desired mode.
Move
Select
Move
Select
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
If you insert a mini SD card when the Miniket Photo is on, the “pop-up message” will prompt you
automatically to select the storage type except when in the Settings mode.
If there is no mini SD card inserted, only the <Int. Memory> option will be available.
System requires a small portion of memory space, actual storage capacity may differ from the printed
memory capacity.
The maximum recording time and image capacity is subject to change depending on the media used
(refer to page 31).
You can set this option in Photo, Movie, Music, Voice, and Settings modes using the MENU.
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Setting the Miniket Photo : Setting Memory
Setting the File No. Function
You can set the file numbers so that they reset each time the mini SD card is formatted, or so
that they count up continuously.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
3
Settings
Settings
File No.
File No.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Reset
Series
3. Select <File No.> by moving the joystick left / right.
4. Select the desired option by moving the joystick up / down and then press
the joystick (OK).
◆ <Reset>: When the storage memory is formatted, the file number goes back to its
default value (100-0001).
◆ <Series>: Numbering is continuous between the mini SD cards, so that the first file
number assigned on a new mini SD card is 1 more than the last file number assigned on
the previous mini SD card.
5. After you finish setting, turn the Mode Dial to the desired mode.
[ Note ]
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When you set <File No.> to <Series>, each file is assigned with a different number so as to avoid
duplicating file names. It is convenient when you want to manage your files on a PC.
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Move
Select
Move
Select
Settings
Settings
File No.
File No.
Reset
Series
Move
Select
Move
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Setting the Miniket Photo : Setting Memory
Formatting the Memory
You can format the internal memory or the mini SD card to erase all files.
Settings
Settings
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
Format
3
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Format
Int. Memory
Move
Memory
CardSelect
3. Select <Format> by moving the joystick left / right.
4. Select the desired option by moving the joystick up / down and then press
the joystick (OK).
◆ <Int. Memory>: Format the internal memory.
◆ <Memory Card>: Format the external memory.
When the joystick (OK) is pressed, the message “All files will be deleted! Do you want to
format?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving the joystick left / right and then press
the joystick (OK).
5. After you finish formatting, turn the Mode Dial to the desired mode.
Format
Settings
Move
Select
Move
Select
Settings
4
Settings
Format
Format
Settings
Int. Memory
Format
Memory
Card
Move
Select
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
Memory Card
! Al l f iles wil l b e d ele te d!
[ Warning ]
✤ Previous information can not be restored after formatting.
Do you wa nt t o fo r mat ?
Al l fYes
iles w ill be
Nod ele ted !
Do you wa nt t o fo r mat ?
Al l f iles w ill be d ele ted !
Do you wa nt t o fo r mat ?
Move
[ Notes ]
✤ There is no guarantee on the operation of a mini SD card which has not been formatted on
the Miniket Photo. Make sure to format any mini SD card on the Miniket Photo.
✤ If there is no mini SD card inserted, only the <Int. Memory> option will be available.
OK Select
Move
Select
Move
Select
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Setting the Miniket Photo : Setting Memory
Viewing Memory Space
You can check used memory space and total memory space of the Miniket Photo.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Select <Memory Space> by moving the joystick left / right.
4. The used memory space and total memory space are displayed.
5. After you finish viewing memory space, turn the Mode Dial to the desired
mode.
[ Note ]
✤
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System requires a small portion of memory space, actual storage capacity may differ from the printed
memory capacity.
3
Settings
Memory Space
Internal Memory
4MB/58MB
Move
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Setting the Miniket Photo : Adjusting the LCD Monitor
Adjusting the LCD Brightness
You can adjust the brightness of the LCD monitor to compensate for ambient lighting conditions.
Settings
1 Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
3
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Settings
LCD Brightness
LCD Brightness
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3. Select <LCD Brightness> by moving the joystick left / right.
4. Adjust the brightness by moving the joystick up / down then press the
joystick(OK).
◆ Moving the joystick up will brighten the screen whereas moving it down will darken the
screen.
◆ Brightness range: You can adjust the brightness between 00 ~ 31 steps.
4
Move
Select
Move
OK Select
Settings
Settings
LCD Brightness
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LCD Brightness
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
5. After you finish adjusting, turn the Mode Dial to the desired mode.
[ Notes ]
✤ A Brighter LCD screen setting consumes more battery power.
✤ Adjust the LCD brightness when the ambient lighting is too bright and the monitor is hard to see.
✤ LCD Brightness does not affect the brightness of images to be stored.
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Setting the Miniket Photo : Setting Date / Time
Setting Date / Time
The built-in clock creates the time stamp. You can adjust the date/time using this menu.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
Settings
3
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Settings
Date&Time Set
Date&Time Set
3. Select <Date & Time Set> by moving the joystick left / right and then
press the joystick (OK).
---- -- ---
4. Set the desired value by moving the joystick up / down.
4
5. Move to the next item by moving the joystick left / right, and then set values
by moving the joystick up / down.
◆ Items are displayed in the order of the date format.
◆ By default, it appears in the order of Year, Month, Date, Hour and Minute.
6. After setting the last item, press the Joystick(OK) to finish the setting.
7. After you finish setting, turn the Mode Dial to the desired mode.
[ Notes ]
✤ You can display <Date &Time Set> on the LCD monitor by setting the <Date/Time> option
other than to <Off>. Refer to page 44
✤ You can set the year up to 2037.
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: --
Move
Select
Move
OK Select
Settings
Settings
Date&Time Set
Date&Time Set
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
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Setting the Miniket Photo : Setting Date / Time
Setting Date Format
You can select the date format to display.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
Settings
3
Settings
Date Format
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Date Format
YYYY/MM/DD
DD/MM/YYYY
MM/DD/YYYY
3. Select <Date Format> by moving the joystick left / right.
4. Select the format by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the
joystick (OK).
◆ <YYYY/MM/DD>: The date is displayed in the order of Year / Month / Date.
◆ <DD/MM/YYYY>: The date is displayed in the order of Date / Month / Year.
◆ <MM/DD/YYYY>: The date is displayed in the order of Month / Date / Year.
5. After you finish setting, turn the Mode Dial to the desired mode.
4
Move
Select
Move
Select
Settings
Settings
Date Format
YYYY/MM/DD
Date Format
DD/MM/YYYY
MM/DD/YYYY
Move
Select
Move
Select
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Setting the Miniket Photo : Setting Date / Time
Setting Date / Time Display
Settings
You can set to display date and time on the LCD monitor.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
Date/Time
Settings
3
Settings
Date/Time
Date/Time
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
OffMove
Select
Date
Time
Date&Time
Move
Select
3. Select <Date/Time> by moving the joystick left / right.
Settings
Move
4. Select the display option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press
the joystick (OK).
◆
◆
◆
◆
4
Settings
Date/Time
<Off>: Date and Time are not displayed.
<Date>: The date is displayed.
<Time>: The time is displayed.
<Date & Time>: The date and time are displayed.
5. After you finish setting, turn the Mode Dial to the desired mode.
◆ The selected Date/Time is displayed in Movie Record or Photo Capture mode.
Select
Date/Time
Settings
Date/Time
Off
Date
Move
Time
Date&Time
5
Select
Move
Select
Move
Select
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[ Note ]
✤ Date and time information is displayed on the LCD screen in Photo capturing and Movie
recording modes. In movie / photo playback modes, date and time information is not
displayed on the LCD screen.
12:00 2005.01.01
12:00 2005.01.01
12:00 2005.01.01
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Setting the Miniket Photo : Setting the System
Setting the NTSC/PAL
You can set the Miniket Photo's output properly when playback on a TV .
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Settings
3
3. Select <NTSC/PAL> by moving the joystick left / right.
Settings
NTSC/PAL
NTSC/PAL
4. Select the desired option by moving the joystick up / down and then press
the joystick (OK).
◆ <NTSC>: Sets to NTSC standard.
◆ <PAL>: Sets to PAL standard.
Refer to page 146
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Move
Select
Move
Select
Settings
Settings
5. After you finish setting, turn the Mode Dial to the desired mode.
NTSC/PAL
NTSC/PAL
[ Warning ]
Move
Select
✤ Recording and playback settings should be identical. NTSC recordings are properly played back
Move
Select
in NTSC mode.
✤ If recording and playback settings are different, displayed video may not be perfect.
✤ When using a TV, be sure to set the same output setting. Playback on a TV is not available if the video format is different
than that of Miniket Photo. For example, Miniket Photo is set to PAL and the TV video format is NTSC, then video playback
on the TV is not available.
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Settings
Setting the Miniket Photo : Setting the System
Beep Sound
Setting the Beep Sound
You can set the beep sound to on/off. When on, a beep will sound every time a button is pressed.
Move
Select
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3
Settings
Beep Sound
3. Select <Beep Sound> by moving the joystick left / right.
Off
On
4. Select the desired option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the
joystick (OK).
◆ <Off>: Turn the beep sound off.
◆ <On>: Turn the beep sound on.
5. After you finish setting, turn the Mode Dial to the desired mode.
Move
4
Select
Settings
Beep Sound
Off
On
Move
Select
[ Note ]
✤
When the earphones or Audio / Video cable is connected to the Miniket Photo, the <Beep Sound> function
will not operate.
Settings
Beep Sound
Move
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Shutter Sound
Setting the Miniket Photo : Setting the System
Setting the Shutter Sound
You can set the shutter sound to on / off.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
Move
3
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
◆ <Off>: Turn the shutter sound off.
◆ <On>: Turn the shutter sound on.
5. After you finish setting, turn the Mode Dial to the desired mode.
Settings
Shutter Sound
Off
On
3. Select <Shutter Sound> by moving the joystick left / right.
4. Select the desired option by moving the joystick up / down and then
press the joystick (OK).
Select
Move
4
Select
Settings
Shutter Sound
Off
On
Move
Select
Settings
Shutter Sound
Move
Select
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Setting the Miniket Photo : Setting the System
Selecting Language
You can select the desired language of the Miniket Photo.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
3
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Select <Language> by moving the joystick left / right.
4. Select the desired Language by moving the joystick up / down and then
press the joystick (OK).
◆ English /
/ PÛÒÒÍËÈ /
/Español / Français / Português / Deutsch / Italiano / Nederlands / Polski
/ Magyar / ‰ ∑¬ / ìÍ‡ªÌҸ͇ / Svenska
5. After you finish setting, turn the Mode Dial to the desired mode.
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Select
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Setting the Miniket Photo : Setting the System
Move
Select
Setting the Mode Display
You can set to display the mode transition when you use the Mode Dial.
Settings
Mode Display
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
Setting
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Move
Select
3. Select <Mode Display> by moving the joystick left / right.
4. Select the desired option by moving the joystick up / down and then press
the joystick (OK).
3
Settings
TYPE
Mode Display
Off
On
◆ <Off>: Turns the <Mode Display> off.
◆ <On>: Turns the <Mode Display> on.
Move
5. After you finish setting, turn the Mode Dial to the desired mode.
4
OK Select
Settings
TYPE
[ Note ]
✤
Turning on the Miniket Photo when the Mode Dial is not set to the proper mode position, only the
Samsung logo will appear. Turn the Mode Dial to a exact mode position.
Mode Display
Off
On
Move
OK Select
Settings
Mode Display
Move
Select
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Auto Shut Off
Setting the Miniket Photo : Setting the System
Setting the Auto Shut Off
Move
Select
To save battery power, you can set the Auto Shut Off function which turns off the Miniket Photo if there is no operation for a
certain period of time.
3
Settings
TYPE
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
Auto Shut Off
Off
3min
5min
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Select <Auto Shut Off> by moving the joystick left / right.
Move
4
4. Select the desired option by moving the joystick up / down and then press
the joystick (OK).
◆ <Off>: Cancel the Auto Shut Off function.
◆ <3min>: Automatically turns off after 3 minutes.
◆ <5min>: Automatically turns off after 5 minutes.
5. After you finish setting, turn the Mode Dial to the desired mode.
[ Notes ]
✤ The <Auto Shut Off> will not function when you connect the AC Power Adapter to the Miniket Photo.
The <Auto Shut Off> functions when the Battery Pack is the only power source.
✤ <Auto Shut Off> will only function when you set this function in Settings mode.
✤ Press the [POWER] button to revive the Miniket Photo.
✤ <Power Save LCD> will reduce the brightness of the LCD screen to save power.
✤ Press any key to revive the LCD screen when the <LCD Off> turned off the LCD screen.
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Settings
TYPE
Auto Shut Off
Off
3min
5min
Move
Select
Settings
Auto Shut Off
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Setting the Miniket Photo : Setting the System
Resetting the Miniket Photo
You can reset the Miniket Photo to load default (factory) settings.
Settings
1. Turn the Mode Dial to the Settings mode.
3
Reset
Settings
TYPE
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Reset
Start
3. Select <Reset> by moving the joystick left / right.
4. Press the joystick (OK). Select an option by moving the joystick left / right
and then press the joystick (OK).
◆ <Yes>: Starts the reset function.
◆ <No>: Cancel the reset function.
Move
Move
Select
OK Select
4
!
Reset?
Yes
No
[ Warning ]
✤
If you reset the Miniket Photo, all functions you set are initialized to the default (factory) settings.
Move
Move
OK Select
Select
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
User settings and date / time information are initialized when you reset.
After resetting the Miniket Photo, set date / time (refer to page 42).
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How to set to
Photo mode
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo
mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button
to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Power
Button
POWER
W
T
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Photo Mode
Capturing.............................................................................................................53
Capturing Images.........................................................................................53
Zooming In and Out .....................................................................................54
Viewing ................................................................................................................55
Viewing Photo files on the LCD Monitor .....................................................55
Viewing Multiple Photo Files / Enlarging a Photo File ................................56
Cropping an Enlarged Photo File ................................................................57
Setting the Capturing Options..........................................................................58
Using the Shortcut Buttons..........................................................................58
Using the Scene Modes ..............................................................................60
Setting the Photo Size .................................................................................61
Setting the Photo Quality.............................................................................62
Setting the Metering Method .......................................................................63
Setting the Self Timer ..................................................................................64
Setting the Multi Shot...................................................................................65
Setting Digital Effects...................................................................................66
Adjusting the Exposure – Exposure Compensation ...................................67
Setting the ISO Speed (Sensitivity) .............................................................68
Setting the White Balance ...........................................................................69
Setting the Macro Mode ..............................................................................70
Setting the Flash ..........................................................................................71
Setting the Sharpness .................................................................................73
Setting the Focus Method............................................................................74
Setting the Anti-Shake Function (Image Stabilisation)................................75
Setting the Digital Zoom ..............................................................................76
Setting the Imprint Option............................................................................77
Setting the Viewing Options .............................................................................78
Using the Shortcut Buttons..........................................................................78
Deleting Photo Files.....................................................................................82
Protecting Photo Files..................................................................................83
Rotating a Photo File ...................................................................................84
Resizing Photos ..........................................................................................85
Setting the Slideshow ..................................................................................86
Setting the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) Function ............................87
Copying Photo Files.....................................................................................88
◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to avoid
accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.
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Photo Mode : Capturing
Capturing Images
You can take still images as well as record video files.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
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2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
◆ The Photo Capture screen appears.
3. Press the [Record / Stop] button halfway down to set the focus and exposure.
◆ The focus indicator appears in green when the focus is set. If the focus indicator appears
in red, try to set the focus again.
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4. Fully press the [Record / Stop] button to take a picture.
5. After capturing, press the [POWER] button to turn off the Miniket Photo to
prevent battery power consumption.
To Set the Focus
Press the
[Record/Stop]
button halfway
down.
➮
Fully press the
[Record/Stop]
button.
Pressing the button halfway down will set the focus, and fully
pressing it down will release the shutter to record.
[ Note ]
✤
Shaking warning indicator will appear and blink when you press the [Record/Stop] button for a long time
to set the focus in a dark place.
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Photo Mode : Capturing
Zooming In and Out
Zooming allows you to change the size of the subject captured in a scene.
You can take advantage of the 3x optical electro motion zoom lens.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
Zoom Out
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2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
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Zoom Out
W
T
Move the [W/T] zoom switch to W (WIDE)
●
The shot subject’s size is reduced, and you can take a picture as
if you were far away from the subject.
●
On the zoom indicator in the LCD screen, the arrow moves to W.
●
The smallest rate of zoom out is the default rate (original
resolution of the subject).
T
Zoom In
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Move the [W/T] zoom switch to T (TELE).
●
The subject is larger, and you can take a picture as if you were
close to the subject.
●
On the zoom indicator the arrow moves to T.
●
The largest optical zoom ratio is 3x, which is the biggest among
the basic zoom.
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T
Zoom In
[ Notes ]
✤ Frequent use of zooming may result in higher battery consumption.
✤ You can take advantage of 5x digital zoom as well as 3x optical zoom for a total of 15x zoom.
✤ Optical zoom preserves the image quality.
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Photo Mode : Viewing
Viewing Photo Files on the LCD Monitor
It is handy and practical to view pictures using the LCD monitor almost anywhere such as in a
car, indoors, or outdoors.
[POWER] Button
POWER
W
T
Shortcut
Buttons
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
MENU
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button to switch to Photo View mode.
joystick
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4. Move the joystick left / right to find the photo you want to view.
◆ Each movement of the joystick goes to the previous / next photo.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
If there is no file stored to view, the message <No stored Photo!> appears.
Moving the joystick right at the last photo will move to the first photo.
Moving the joystick left at the first photo will move to the last photo.
Moving the joystick left / right for more than 1 seconds will fast search.
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Photo Mode : Viewing
Viewing Multiple Photo Files / Enlarging a Photo File
Using the [W/T] zoom switch in Photo View mode, you can display multiple images on one LCD screen.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
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3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button to switch to Photo View mode.
Displaying Multiple Photo Files (Zoom Out)
Move the [W/T] zoom switch to W (WIDE).
●
W
T
●
Move
The screen switches to multi-view.
The photo you were viewing in the single view previously is
selected.
Zooming out will not display multi-view if there was no stored
photo.
Move
Enlarging a Photo File (Zoom In)
Full View
Full View
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Trim
Move the [W/T] zoom switch to T (TELE).
●
W
T
From the multi-view screen, it switches back to the single view
screen. Move the [W/T] Zoom switch to T (TELE) again to
enlarge the selected photo.
[ Note]
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If there is no file stored to view, the message <No stored Photo!> appears.
Zoom In
Move
Trim
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Photo Mode : Viewing
3.33x
Cropping an Enlarged Photo File
✤
✤
1.
2.
3.
4.
You can enlarge and crop a photo.
Using the [W/T] zoom switch in Photo View mode, you can display multiple images on one
LCD screen.
1.05x
Trim
4
IN
Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Press the [Shortcut 1] button to switch to Photo View mode.
Move the [W/T] zoom switch to T (TELE).
◆ Selected photo is enlarged.
Trim
Move
Move
3.33x
1.05x
Trim
Move
Move OK Trim
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5. Move the joystick up / down / left / right to find the portion of the photo to
crop.
6. Press the joystick (OK).
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◆ The message <Trim?> appears on the screen.
◆ If there is not enough space to save the cropped image, a message <Memory Full!> is
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Move
displayed.
7. Select an option by moving the joystick left / right and then press the joystick 6
(OK).
◆ <Yes>: Crops the image and saves it as a new file.
◆ <No>: Cancels cropping.
Trim?
Yes
No
3.33x
8. If <Yes> is selected, cropped image is saved and displayed on the screen.
Move
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
You cannot crop an image smaller than 640 x 480 pixels (VGA size).
The original photo is not overwritten by the cropped image. The cropped image is saved separately.
The maximum magnification ratio differs depending on the image resolution:
5M – up to 3.86x, 4M – up to 3.09x, 3M – up to 2.67x
2M – up to 2.27x, 1M – up to 1.60x
If there is not enough space to save the cropped image, it cancels cropping automatically.
You cannot crop a rotated image.
You cannot crop a VGA image.
Cropped image will have the same magnification ratio to the original.
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Photo Mode : Setting the Capturing Options
Using the Shortcut Buttons
Shortcut buttons are provided to allow users easy access to frequently used functions.
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 1] button toggles between the Photo capture / view modes.
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Setting the Flash
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 2] button.
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 2] button cycles through the <
flash modes.
>-<
>-< >-<
>-< >
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Regarding the flash use with the Scene modes, refer to page 72
By default, the scene mode is set to <Manual>.
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Using the Shortcut Buttons
Shortcut buttons are provided to allow users easy access to frequently used functions.
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Setting the Macro
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 3] button.
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 3] button cycles through <
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[ Notes ]
✤
✤
Regarding the Macro use with Scene modes, refer to page 72.
By default, the scene mode is set to <Manual>.
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Setting the Self Timer
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 4] button cycles through <
>-<
>-<
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(refer to page 64).
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Photo Mode : Setting the Capturing Options
Using the Scene Modes
Scene Modes are preset automatic exposure modes based upon an internal computer program.
It helps to set Miniket Photo, allowing users to have the best results under various conditions.
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Photo
Scene
◆ Menu screen appears.
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Scene> Mode.
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick
4
(OK).
Auto
Manual
Night
Portrait
Children
Landscape
For automatic balancing exposure and shutter
speed for the best result
For manual exposure setting, turns off the
Scene mode.
For taking images in evening time or under weak
light source.
For focusing and emphasizing on the portrait
while having out-focused background.
For taking images of fast moving children.
For landscapes, balances and emphasizes
green woods and blue sky.
Sunset
For taking images of small subjects from a short
distance, such as insects and flowers.
For taking images of sunset.
Dawn
For taking images of dawn.
Backlight
For taking images of brighter subject when the
background is more brighter than the subject.
For taking images of fireworks and night view.
Close-up
Fireworks
Beach/Snow
Photo
Scene
Photo
TYPE
Photo
Move
Scene
Auto
Scene
Manual
Move
Night
Portrait
Select
Exit
Select
Exit
OK Select
MENU Exit
Photo
Move
Scene
Photo
5
Move
Select
Exit
TYPE
Scene
Photo
For taking images when people or subjects are
darker than the background because of reflected
or strong light from sand or snow.
Auto
Manual
Scene
Photo
Move
Night
Portrait
Select
Exit
Scene
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ An icon indicating the selected scene mode appears on the screen.
◆ If <Manual> is selected, no icon will be displayed.
6
Move
OK Select
Move
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MENU Exit
IN
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Setting the Scene mode other than <Manual>, you may be limited to select <Metering>, <EV>, <ISO>,
<White Balance>, <Macro>, <Flash>, and <Focus>.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Select
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Setting the Photo Size
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You can set the image resolution to meet your needs.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
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2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Photo
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Photo Size
◆ Menu screen appears.
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Photo Size>.
Photo
4
PhotoSize
Photo
Photo
Photo Size
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick
(OK).
Move
◆ <5M> / <4M> / <3M> / <2M> / <1M> / VGA
Photo
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ An icon indicating the selected size appears on the screen.
Select
Exit
5M
Photo Size 2272
4M
2048
3M
Move
Select
1600
2M
Move
5
OK Select
Exit
MENU Exit
Photo
Photo Size Select
Move
Exit
PhotoSize
Photo
5M
Photo Size 2272
4MPhoto
2048
3M
Move
Select
1600
2M
[ Notes ]
✤
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✤
✤
Regarding detailed image capacity, refer to page 31.
The photo capacity is an approximation and subject to recording conditions.
For e-mail purposes, the <VGA> option is appropriate.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Exit
Photo Size
6
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
30
MENU Exit
IN
Exit
2272
30
Move
Select
Exit
30
30
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Setting the Photo Quality
You can set the image quality to meet your needs. Set the image quality before taking a picture.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
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2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Photo
3. Press the [MENU] button.
◆ Menu screen appears.
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Photo Quality>.
Photo Quality
Photo
4
Photo
Photo Quality
Photo
Photo Quality
SuperQuality
Fine
Photo
Move
Select
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the
joystick (OK).
◆ <Super Fine> / <Fine> / <Normal>
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Move
Photo
Move
5
◆ An icon indicating the selected quality appears on the screen.
Regarding detailed image capacity, refer to page 31.
The photo capacity is an approximation and subject to recording conditions.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Select
Exit
OK Select
Exit
Move
Photo
Quality Select
Photo
Photo Quality
Photo
Quality
Photo
Super
Fine
Fine
Normal
Photo Quality
Move
Select
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
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Select
51
51
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Exit
Photo
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
Exit
Fine
Normal
Exit
Exit
Exit
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Setting the Metering Method
Metering controls the brightness and exposure of the picture taken. Select an appropriate
metering method for the best results.
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Photo
3. Press the [MENU] button.
◆ Menu screen appears.
Metering
Photo
Photo
4
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Metering>.
Metering
Photo
Metering
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick
(OK).
<Multi>
<Center>
<Spot>
Multi
Metering
Move
Center
Spot
Move
It splits the screen into many areas and adjusts the exposure accordingly based on the
center screen and each area’s brightness information.
It meters only the area displayed in the square in the center of the LCD. You can select this
when you want to accurately expose the subject regardless of background brightness.
Move
Photo
Photo
Metering
Photo
Metering
Photo
Multi
Center
Spot
Metering
Move
Move
Move
◆ An icon indicating the selected Metering mode appears on the screen.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
Exit
MENU Exit
Select
Exit
Metering
It meters a very narrow area in the center. You can select this when the subject’s
surrounding area is very bright or there is a backlight, therefore you can meter the subject
accurately.
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Exit
Select
OK Select
Move
5
Select
6
Select
OK Select
Select
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Exit
MENU Exit
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Select
Exit
IN
Exit
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Regarding metering with Scene modes, refer to page 72.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
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Setting the Self Timer
Using this option, you can take a picture of yourself with delayed shooting.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
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2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Photo
3. Press the [MENU] button.
◆ Menu screen appears.
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Self Timer>.
Self Timer
Photo
4
Photo
Self Timer
ISO
Photo
Self Timer
Off
Self Timer Select
Move
2 sec
10 sec
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick
(OK).
Off
Cancels the Self Timer.
2 sec
Sets the delay interval to 2 seconds. Takes a photo 2 seconds after pressing the [Record/Stop]
10 sec
Move
Move
Photo
5
Select
Photo
Self
Timer
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You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 59).
It is recommended to use a tripod for best results on Self Timer pictures.
Restarting the Miniket Photo will cancel the Self Timer setting.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Exit
ISO
Self Timer
OffSelf Timer
Photo
2 sec
10 sec
Self Timer Select
Move
Move
✤
Exit
MENU Exit
Photo
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
✤
Select
OK Select
Move
Sets the delay interval to 10 seconds. Takes a photo 10 seconds after pressing the [Record/Stop]
[ Notes ]
Exit
Move
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Select
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MENU Exit
IN
Exit
23
Move
Select
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Setting the Multi Shot
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You can take a series of pictures continuously with just one press of the shutter.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
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2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Photo
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Multi Shot
◆ Menu screen appears.
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Multi Shot>.
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4
Multi Shot
Photo
ISO
Photo
Multi Shot Select
Move
Off
Disables Multi Shot and takes one photo at a time.
Normal
Enables Multi Shot and takes 3 photos in a row.
AEB
Enables Multi Shot and takes 3 photos in a row with exposure bracketing
of -0.3 EV / 0 EV / +0.3 EV
Photo
Move
5
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
When you set the Multi Shot enabled, you cannot use the flash.
<Anti-Shake> is not available when you set the Multi Shot enabled.
Restarting the Miniket Photo will cancel the Multi Shot setting.
Regarding Multi Shot with Scene modes, refer to page 72.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
OK Select
Exit
MENU Exit
Multi
Move
PhotoShot Select
Exit
ISO
Multi Shot
Photo
Off
Normal
Multi Shot
Photo
AEB
Move
Select
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ An icon indicating the selected Multi Shot mode appears on the screen.
◆ If <Off> is selected, no icon will be displayed.
Exit
Off
Multi Shot
Normal
AEB
Move
Select
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick
(OK).
Multi Shot
6
Move
OK Select
Move
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Select
Exit
MENU Exit
IN
Exit
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Move
Select
Exit
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Setting Digital Effects
It supports various digital effects you can apply to your photos. Create a professional-looking
photo with digital effects.
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [MENU] button.
◆ Menu screen appears.
Digital Effect
4
S
Digital Effect
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Digital Effect>.
Cancel the <Digital Effect>.
Sepia
The picture is displayed in sepia colour similar to that of an old photograph.
Nega
Reverses the colours, creating the look of a negative.
BLK&WHT
Changes the images into black and white.
Off
Digital Effect
N
Move
Select
S
Sepia
BW
N
Nega
BWS
BLK&WHT
Move
Select
◆ The selected Digital Effect and icon appear on the screen.
◆ If <Off> is selected, no icon will be displayed.
5
OK Select
BW
Move
Digital Effect
✤
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Exit
MENU Exit
Select
Exit
ISO
S
Digital Effect N
Off
S
BW
Sepia
N
Nega
Digital Effect S
BW
BLK&WHT
Move
Select
N
Move
BW
OK Select
S
Move
N
Select
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BW
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Select
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[ Note ]
Exit
N
Move
Digital Effect
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
ISO
S
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick
(OK).
Off
N
Digital Effect BW
S
S
S
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Exit
MENU Exit
Exit
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Adjusting the Exposure – Exposure Compensation
You can manually make exposure adjustments using EV Exposure Compensation which allows
users to control the amount of light manually when the shutter-release button is released.
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [MENU] button.
◆ Menu screen appears.
EV
4
EV
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <EV>.
+0.6
Move
EV
+0.3
0
- 0.3Move
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick
(OK).
◆ -2.0 / -1.6 / -1.3 / -1.0 / -0.6 / -0.3 / 0 / +0.3 / +0.6 / +1.0 / +1.3 / +1.6 / +2.0
◆ The screen brightness gets darker when the EV settings goes to a negative setting and
gets brighter when it goes to a positive setting.
Move
5
EV
Move
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Regarding EV setting in Scene modes, refer to page 72.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Exit
MENU Exit
Select
Exit
Select
Select
Select
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Exit
MENU Exit
IN
Exit
23
Move
[ Notes ]
✤
Select
EV
+0.6 EV
+0.3
0
Move
- 0.3
EV
Move
Do not let the CCD be exposed to a strong light source for a long time. It may damage the CCD.
Exit
ISO
◆ An icon indicating the selected <EV> mode appears on the screen.
◆ No icon will be displayed when it is set to <0>.
[ Warning ]
Select
Select
Move
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
✤
ISO
EV
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Exit
EV
+0.3
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Setting the ISO Speed (Sensitivity)
ISO Speed is the rating of a film's sensitivity to light. Though Miniket Photo doesn't use film, they
normally use the same rating system to describe the sensitivity of the Miniket's imaging sensor.
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2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Photo
3. Press the [MENU] button.
ISO
◆ Menu screen appears.
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <ISO>.
Photo
4
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick
(OK).
AUTO
The standard sensitivity rate, and therefore it is the usual shooting sensitivity rate.
200
When you use this in a dark place, you can increase the shutter speed, but it might
come out grainy.
400
When you use this in a very dark place, you can greatly increase the shutter speed,
but you may get a rough image due to severe graininess.
ISO
Photo
Photo
ISO
Move
✤
✤
✤
✤
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100
ISO
Select
200
Exit
ISO
400
OK Select
ISO
Photo
MENU Exit
Select
Exit
ISO
Photo
Auto
100Photo
ISO
200Move
400
ISO
Move
OK Select
Move
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ISO
6
The higher the ISO Speed number, the higher sensitivity to light. It results in brighter imaging under
darker lighting.
High ISO Speed setting may result in picture noise.
Regarding ISO setting in Scene modes, refer to page 72.
If <Anti-Shake> is set, ISO setting will be limited.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
ISO
ISO
◆ An icon indicating the selected ISO Speed appears on the screen.
◆ If <Auto> is selected, no icon will be displayed.
✤
AUTO
Move
Move
5
Exit
ISO
Photo
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
[ Notes ]
Select
ISO
Auto ISO
100
200
Move
400
Automatically sets the ISO according to the light brightness
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
AUTO
ISO
100
ISO
Select
Exit
200
ISO
400
MENU Exit
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23
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23
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100
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Setting the White Balance
The White Balance allows calibration of the picture for accurate colour display in different lighting
conditions. It is recommended to set the white balance prior to any recording.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [MENU] button.
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◆ Menu screen appears.
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <White Balance>.
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick
(OK).
◆ To set the Custom WB, frame the white subject on the center. Press the joystick (OK) to
White Balance
Photo
4
AUTO
Cloudy
You can select this when you cannot have daylight as a direct light, such as when it is
partly-cloudy or cloudy.
Fluorescent H
Suitable in a halogen or 3-wavelength light environment.
Fluorescent L
Suitable for a fluorescent light environment.
Tungsten
Custom WB
Photo
Move
5
In general outdoors picture taking, <Auto> setting will allow users to have best results.
As the lighting condition changes, set the appropriate white balance before taking a picture.
The subject used for <Custom WB> should be white. If not, the colour balance will not be natural.
Regarding White Balance setting in Scene modes, refer to page 72.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
MENU Exit
MoveBalanceSelect
White
Photo
Exit
White
Balance
Photo
A
Auto
Daylight
White
Balance
Photo
Cloudy
Move
Select
Fluorescent H
Exit
White Balance
6
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
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IN
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[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
OK Select
Exit
ISO
You can adjust the white balance as you wish based on the shooting environment.
◆ An icon indicating the selected white balance appears on the screen.
◆ If <Auto> is selected, no icon will be displayed.
Exit
Auto
White BalanceA
Daylight
Cloudy
Move
Select
Fluorescent H
Suitable for an incandescent light environment.
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Photo
White
Move BalanceSelect
Automatically sets according to the shooting environment.
Adjusts the colour according to daylight/indoor, outdoor light
White
Balance
Photo
ISO
set, or press the [MENU] button to cancel and exit to Menu screen. Photos captured after
the Custom WB set will be affected by the setting.
Daylight
IN
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Exit
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Setting the Macro Mode
Macro mode allows users to have a fine focused image of a close-up subject within 50 cm.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
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2 Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Photo
◆ Menu screen appears.
Macro
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Macro>.
Photo
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick 4
(OK).
Macro Setting
Macro
Photo
Macro
Move
Off
Focus Range
50 cm ~ ∞
W: 10 cm ~ ∞
T: 30 cm ~ ∞
<Super Macro> W: 1 cm ~ 5 cm
Photo
Select
Exit
MacroMacro
Super Macro
<Off>
<Macro>
Move
Select
Exit
Photo
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Macro
Photo
Move
5
Select
Exit
Photo
Macro
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Off Macro
Photo
Macro
Super Macro
Move
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
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You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 59).
Flash setting is not available when you set the Macro mode to <Super Macro>.
Zooming is not available when you set the Macro mode to < Super Macro >.
<Super Macro> is only available when the zoom is positioned to W end.
When you use Macro mode and record a close-up subject, be careful not to shade your subject.
As the distance gets closer, the focused area gets narrower.
If the focus will not set, try to put more distance between you and the subject.
It is recommended to use a tripod to avoid unstable picture taking and have best results.
Regarding Macro setting in Scene modes, refer to page 72.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Select
Exit
Macro
6
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
23
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Exit
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Select
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Setting the Flash
Flash is very useful not only for brighter subjects at night, but also in daytime when there is not
enough lighting on the subject, such as in a shadow, indoors, and in backlight situations.
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Photo
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Flash
Photo
◆ Menu screen appears.
4
Flash
Photo
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Flash>.
Photo
Flash
Move
Off Flash
Auto
Red-eye
Move
Fill-in
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick
(OK).
Off
Photo
Move
Flash will go off. Select this option when flash use is limited such as in a museum.
Auto
Flash will be set automatically according to lighting conditions.
Red-eye
Flash will be set automatically according to lighting conditions, with red-eye reduction.
Fill-in
Forces the flash to go on despite the lighting conditions.
Slow Sync.
To have a brighter subject and scene (backdrop), the Miniket Photo will first allow longer exposure
and then throws the flash on the subject. It is recommended to use a tripod to avoid blurred images.
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
✤
✤
✤
✤
You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 58).
Regarding Flash setting in Scene modes, refer to page 72.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
When the flash is set, it fires twice (once for metering and once for capturing) to make the best result.
Exit
OK Select
MENU Exit
Flash
Photo
Select
Exit
Flash
Photo
Off
Auto
Photo
Flash
Red-eye
Move
Fill-in
Flash
6
Select
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
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MENU Exit
IN
Exit
23
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[ Notes ]
Exit
Select
Move
5
Select
Select
Exit
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Supported Functions According to the Capturing Modes
It helps to set Miniket Photo according to each mode, allowing users to have the best results under various conditions.
Scene Modes
Off
-0.3~-2.0EV
0 EV
0.3~2.0EV
ISO
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[ Notes ]
✤ Do not use flash in a place where flash use is limited, such as in a museum.
✤ Frequent use of flash consumes more battery power.
✤ You cannot use flash with <Multi Shot>.
✤ Effective flash range distance is less than 2 m (7 ft).
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◆
◆
Pan: Pan Focus that adjusts the focus to
entire screen has focused. Focuses on the
deepest DOF (Depth of Field) position
which makes the both near and distant
view are in focus.
∞: Infinite Focus that sets the focus to
infinity. It sets the focus to a subject at far
away which results parallel light reception
to the lens. All subjects with a certain
distance are in focus and it is useful for
outdoor landscape images.
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Setting the Sharpness
You can set the sharpness of the image to be captured. Set the image sharpness before
taking a picture.
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23
3
23
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Photo
3. Press the [MENU] button.
◆ Menu screen appears.
Sharpness
Photo
4
Photo
Sharpness
Photo
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Sharpness>.
Sharpness
Soft
Normal
Sharp
Sharpness
Move
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the
joystick (OK).
<Soft>
The image’s edges display softly and you can select this when you want
to edit it on the computer.
<Normal>
The image’s edges display sharply, and you can select this when you
want to print.
<Sharp>
As the image’s edges are sharpened and emphasised, some noise
might occur although it is seen clearly.
Move
Move
Photo
5
[ Note ]
✤
Exit
Select
OK Select
Move
Photo
Exit
MENU Exit
Select
Exit
Sharpness
Photo
Sharpness
Soft
Sharpness
Photo
Normal
Sharp
Sharpness
Move
Move
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ An icon indicating the selected sharpness appears on the screen.
◆ No icon will be displayed when it is set to <Normal>.
Select
Move
6
Select
OK Select
Select
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Move
Exit
MENU Exit
Exit
IN
23
Select
23
Exit
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While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
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Setting the Focus Method
To have clear image of the subject, you need to set the focus on the subject. Select an
appropriate focus method for the best results.
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23
3
23
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Photo
3. Press the [MENU] button.
◆ Menu screen appears.
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Focus
Photo
4
Photo
Focus
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Focus>.
TYPE
Photo
Focus
Move
Multi
AF
Focus
Center AF
Spot AF
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick
(OK).
Move
Select
Exit
Select
Exit
OK Select
MENU Exit
Photo
Move
<Multi AF>
You can select this when the subjects are not located in the center of the
screen, but you have to focus on numerous spots.
Focus
5
Move
Photo
<Center AF> You can select this when the subject is located in near to middle of the screen.
<Spot AF>
◆ An icon indicating the selected focusing mode appears on the screen.
Multi
AF
Focus
Photo
Center AF
Move
Spot AF
TYPE
Select
6
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
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Select
[ Notes ]
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Regarding Focus Method setting in Scene modes, refer to page 72.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
MENU Exit
Exit
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✤
Exit
Focus
Move
✤
Exit
Focus
You can select this when the subject is located in the center of the screen
exactly.
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Select
Photo
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Exit
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Setting the Anti-Shake Function (Image Stabilisation)
With the Miniket Photo, you can reduce unstable images by minimizing the effects of natural shaking
movements when taking pictures of still objects in dark places.
Anti-Shake provides a more stable picture when:
◆ Recording with zoom
◆ Recording with a slower shutter speed
23
23
3
23
IN
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [MENU] button.
◆ Menu screen appears.
Anti Shake
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Anti-Shake>.
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick (OK).
4
Anti Shake
◆ <Off>: Disables Anti-Shake function.
◆ <On>: Enables Anti-Shake function.
6.
Anti-Shake has no effect on a moving subject.
Purposely moving the Miniket Photo or taking pictures in a moving vehicle will reduce the Anti-Shake’s effect.
It is recommended to use separate lighting and tripod (optional accessory) when the <Anti-Shake> is not enough to have
clear result.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
Select
Exit
> icon appears on the screen.
Anti-Shake
When it is activated, one shutter release will take 3 contiguous pictures to produce one stabilised picture.
The stabilisation range is up to 2% in all 4 directions (up / down / left / right). For example, a rectangle
subject of 100mm width and height can be stabilised up to 2mm movement in vertical / horizontal
direction.
The Method
When the Miniket Photo has shaking movement, specific subject’s outlines from 3 contiguous captured
images will be recognised and processed to concur and produces stabilised picture.
[ Warning ]
✤
✤
✤
Off
Anti Shake
OnMove
Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ If <On> is selected, <
TYPE
Anti Shake
Anti-Shake does not work for movie recording.
You can reduce unstable images by minimizing the effects of natural shaking movements when taking pictures of still
objects in dark places.
<Multi Shot> mode will cancel the <Anti-Shake> setting.
<Anti-Shake> setting is available when you set the Flash to off.
When <Anti-Shake> is enabled, it takes about 5 seconds to process and save the image.
Regarding <Anti-Shake> use with Scene modes, refer to page 72.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
5
Move
Select
Exit
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Move
Anti Shake
Select
Exit
TYPE
Anti Shake
Off
Anti Shake
On
Anti Shake
Move
Move
Move
6
Select
OK Select
Select
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MENU Exit
IN
Exit
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Move
Select
23
Exit
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Setting the Digital Zoom
As well as the 3x optical zoom, this Miniket Photo supports 5x digital zoom which produces a
total of 15x zoom. Exceeding the optical zoom limit will automatically apply digital zooming when
3
available. The quality may deteriorate when using the digital zoom.
23
23
23
IN
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [MENU] button.
◆ Menu screen appears.
Digital Zoom
4
Digital Zoom
TYPE
Digital Zoom
Move
Digital Zoom
On
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick
(OK).
Move
Select
Exit
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Digital Zoom
5
Move
Select
Exit
TYPE
Digital Zoom
digital zooming (up to 15x).
6.
Exit
Off
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Digital Zoom>.
◆ <Off>: Disables digital zoom. Only optical zoom 3x will be supported for zooming
◆ <On>: Enables digital zoom. Attempts to zoom in more than 5x will automatically apply
Select
Off
Digital Zoom
On
Move
Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Select
Exit
Digital Zoom
◆ When using the digital zoom switch, an indicator appears on the screen.
Move
6
Move
OK Select
Select
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MENU Exit
IN
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[ Notes ]
✤
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
23
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Select
Exit
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Setting the Imprint Option
You can imprint Date & Time on pictures taken. To place the date / time information on your
picture, set this option.
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23
3
23
IN
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Photo
3. Press the [MENU] button.
◆ Menu screen appears.
Imprint
Photo
4
Photo
Imprint
Photo
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Imprint>.
OffImprint
Move
Date
Date&Time
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick
(OK).
◆ <Off>: Cancels imprinting.
◆ <Date>: Imprints Date only.
◆ <Date & Time>: Imprints Date and Time.
TYPE
Imprint
Move
5
Select
Exit
Select
Exit
Photo OK Select
Move
MENU Exit
MoveImprint Select
Photo
Exit
TYPE
Photo
Imprint
Imprint
Off
Photo
Date
Move
Date&Time
Imprint
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ After taking a picture, you can check the imprinted date/ time information in Photo View
mode.
6
Select
Exit
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Move
Select
Exit
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[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
Move
Select
Exit
Before setting the <Imprint> Option, set the current date and time (refer to page 42).
Imprinting will print the date (and time) information directly onto the picture, and it will not be erased.
When you print a Date / Time imprinted photos, date / time imprint part may be cropped out according to
the printer used.
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Using the Shortcut Buttons
1/6
Switching to Photo Capture Mode
3
1/6 IN
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
100-0001
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button in Photo Capture mode.
100-0001
◆ Switches to Photo view mode.
4
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4. Press the [Shortcut 1] button again.
Moves to the Photo Capture mode.
IN
17
Viewing a Slideshow
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
3
IN
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2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button in Photo Capture mode.
◆ Switches to Photo view mode.
4. Press the [Shortcut 2] button.
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100-0001
4
IN
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5. The Slideshow begins.
◆ Refer to page 86 for further details on Slideshow.
6. Press the joystick (OK) to stop the Slideshow.
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100-0001
OK Stop
100-0001
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Using the Shortcut Buttons
Protecting Photo files
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
3
IN
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2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button in Photo Capture mode.
◆ Switches to Photo view mode.
4
4. Press the [Shortcut 3] button.
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 3] button will toggle between Locked (
IN
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) and Unlocked (
).
5. Selected photo will be ‘Protected’.
Deleting Photo files
3
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
1/1 IN
1
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2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button in Photo Capture mode.
◆ Switches to Photo view mode.
100-0001
4. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
1/1
4
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5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick
(OK).
◆ <Delete>: Deletes the selected photo.
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels delete.
◆ Refer to page 82 for further details.
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Delete
Cancel
100-0001
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1/6
Using the Shortcut Buttons
Protecting Photo files in Multi-View
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Move
Move
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
◆ Switches to Photo view mode.
4. Move the zoom switch to W (WIDE).
1/6
1/6 IN
4
Full View
Full View
Move
Full View
Move
1/6
OK Full
View
1/6
5
1/6 IN
1/6
◆ The screen switches to multi-view.
◆ The photo you were viewing in the single view is selected.
Select
◆ <Select>: Selected photo files will be protected.
◆ <All>: All photo files will be protected. A message “Protect All?” appears.
Full ViewAll
Full View
Cancel
Move
Move
5. Press the [Shortcut 3] button and then select an option by moving the joystick
up / down and then press the joystick (OK).
Move
OK Full View
Move
Full View
7
Select an option by moving the joystick left / right.
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels protection.
Confirm?
Yes
6. If <Select> was selected, select photo files to protect by moving the joystick
left / right / up / down and press the joystick (OK).
◆ Multiple photo files can be selected using the joystick (OK).
<
> indicator appears on the protected photos.
8
Move
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
Move
Select
1/6
7. Press the [Shortcut 3] button again.
and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
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Select
1/6 IN
1/6
1/6
◆ The message “Confirm?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving the joystick left / right
8. The selected file is protected from erasure.
No
Move
Move
OK Full View
Move
Full View
Move
Full View
Full View
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Using the Shortcut Buttons
Deleting Photo files in Multi-View
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
1/6
1/6
1/6
4
1/6
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
◆ Switches to Photo view mode.
4. Move the [W/T] zoom switch to W (WIDE).
◆ The screen switches to multi-view.
◆ The photo you were viewing in the single view is selected.
Move
Move
Move
Full View
Full View
Full View
Move
OK Full View
1/6
1/6
1/6
5
1/6
5. Press the [Shortcut 4] button and then select an option by moving the joystick
up / down and then press the joystick (OK).
◆ <Select>: Selected photo files will be deleted.
◆ <All>: All photo files will be deleted. A message <Delete All?> appears. Select an option
by moving the joystick left / right.
Full View
Cancel
Full View
OK Full View
Move
Full View
7
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels deletion.
6. If <Select> was selected, select photo files to delete by moving the joystick
left / right / up / down and press the joystick (OK).
◆ Multiple photo files can be selected using the joystick (OK). <
Select
All
Move
Move
Move
Delete?
Yes
> icon appears on the
selected files.
7. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
◆ The message “Delete?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving the joystick left / right
8
No
Move
Move
Move
OK Select
Select
Move
Select
1/5
Select
1/5
1/5
and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
1/5
8. Selected photo file are deleted.
Refer to page 82 for further details.
[ Note ]
✤
Protected files will not be deleted.
Move
Move
Move
OK Full View
Move
Full View
Full View
Full View
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Deleting Photo Files
You can delete saved photo files.
3
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Press the [Shortcut 1] button to switch to Photo View mode.
Press the [MENU] button.
100-0001
100-0001
100-0001
Photo
◆ Menu screen appears.
100-0001
Photo
5. Move the joystick left / right to select <Delete>.
6
6. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick
(OK).
◆ <Select>: Multi-view screen appears and you can select photo files to delete.
◆ <All>: All photo files will be deleted.
7. If <Select> is selected, Multi-view screen appears. Select photo files to delete
by moving the joystick left / right / up / down and press the joystick (OK).
Delete
Photo
Delete
Photo
Delete
Select
Delete
All
If <All> is selected, the message “Delete All?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving
the joystick left / right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
◆ Multiple photo files can be selected using the joystick (OK). An icon (
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Move
Select
Exit
Move
Select
Exit
Move
7
OK Select
Move
MENU Exit
Select
Exit
IN
) indicating the
selected file to be deleted appears.
8. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
◆ The message “Delete?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving the joystick left / right
and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
9. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Move
Select
Exit
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Move
8
Select
Move
Select
Delete?
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 79).
Protected files will not be deleted.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Yes
Move
Move
Move
Move
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No
OK Select
Select
Select
Select
Exit
Exit
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Protecting Photo Files
You can protect saved important photo files from accidental erasure. Protected files will not be
deleted unless you release the protection or format the memory.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Press the [Shortcut 1] button to switch to Photo View mode.
Press the [MENU] button.
100-0006
100-0006
100-0006
Photo
100-0006
Photo
◆ Menu screen appears.
5. Move the joystick left / right to select <Protect>.
6. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick
(OK).
6
Protect
Select
Protect
All
◆ <Select>: Multi-view screen appears and you can select photo files to protect.
◆ <All>: All photo files will be protected.
If <All> is selected, the message “Protect All?” appears. Select the desired option by
moving the joystick left / right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
7. If <Select> is selected, Multi-view screen appears. Select photo files to protect
by moving the joystick left / right / up / down and press the joystick (OK).
◆ Multiple photo files can be selected using the joystick (OK). An icon (
Protect
Photo
Protect
Photo
Move
Select
Move
Select
Move
7
OK Select
Exit
Exit
MENU Exit
1/6
Move
Select
Exit
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1/6
1/6
) indicating
selected file is to be protected appears.
8. Press the [Shortcut 3] button.
◆ The message “Confirm?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving the joystick left / right
and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
8
Move
Select
Exit
Move
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Move
Select
Select
Exit
Exit
9. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ An icon (
) indicating selected file is protected appears.
Confirm?
Yes
No
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 79).
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Move
OK Select
Move
Move
Select
Select
Select
Move
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Rotating a Photo File
You can rotate a saved photo.
3
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button to switch to Photo View mode.
4. Move the joystick left / right to select a photo file to rotate.
5
5. Press the [MENU] button.
◆ Menu screen appears.
6. Move the joystick left / right to select <Rotate>.
7. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick
7
(OK).
◆ <Right(90°)>: Rotates the photo clockwise by 90°.
◆ <Left(90°)>: Rotates the photo counterclockwise by 90°.
◆ <Updown(180°)>: Flips the image up and down (Rotates 180°).
8. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
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Rotated images having a portrait ratio will have black margins on both the left / right corners of the LCD
when it is displayed.
Rotating will not affect the image quality or resolution.
Rotated images may not appear as rotated on a PC.
You cannot crop a rotated image.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
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Photo Mode : Setting the Viewing Options
Resizing Photos
You can resize a saved photo to be smaller than original. Making a bigger image file is not
supported.
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IN
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button to switch to Photo View mode.
4. Move the joystick left / right to select a photo file to resize.
Photo
6
Photo
Resize
Photo
TYPE
Resize
5. Press the [MENU] button.
Resize
◆ Menu screen appears.
2048
1600
Move
6. Move the joystick left / right to select <Resize>.
7. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick 7
(OK).
◆ <4M>/ <3M> / <2M> / <1M> / VGA
◆ You can only resize a saved photo to be smaller than the original.
8. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
Only JPEG files can be resized.
Photos of VGA size cannot be resized.
Resized photos are saved separately. The original photo will not be deleted.
Rotated photos cannot be resized.
If there is not enough space to save the resized photo, the message “Memory Full!” will appear and the
resizing will be canceled.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Select
Exit
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Move
Select
Exit
1024
Photo
TYPE
Photo
Resize
Photo
Resize
Resize
2048
1600
1024
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
MENU Exit
Exit
Move
Select
Exit
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Setting the Slideshow
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You can set a slideshow, and also set the interval and repetition options for the slideshow.
6/6
6/6 IN
3
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Press the [Shortcut 1] button to switch to Photo View mode.
Press the [MENU] button.
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100-0001
Photo
100-0001
100-0001
Photo
Slide
◆ Menu screen appears.
5. Move the joystick left / right to select <Slide>.
6. Select <Interval> by moving the joystick up / down and then press the
joystick (OK) or move joystick right.
7. Set the interval by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick
(OK).
5
Slide
Slide
Start
Move
Interval
Repeat
Move
◆ Interval range: 1 ~ 10 seconds.
8. Select <Repeat> by moving the joystick up / down and then press the
joystick (OK) or move joystick right.
9. Set the repeat option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the
joystick (OK).
Photo
Slide
Photo
1sec
SelectOff
1sec
Off
Select1sec
Off
Move
Photo OK Select
Move
Select
7
Exit
Exit
MENU Exit
Exit
Photo
Slide
TYPE
Photo
Slide
Photo
Start
Slide
Interval
Slide
Repeat
Move
◆ <Off>: Sets not to repeat the slideshow.
◆ <On>: Sets to repeat the slideshow.
SelectOff
Exit
On
10 .Select <Start> by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick
(OK).
◆ Slideshow starts. To stop the slideshow, press the joystick (OK).
1sec
Off
TYPE
9
Move
OK Select
Move
Move
Select
Select
Slide
MENU Exit
IN
Exit
Exit
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[ Notes ]
Slide
✤
✤
✤
✤
Slide
Slide
✤
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You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 78).
The interval between photos may vary depending on the size of the photo.
Slideshow starts from the current photo displayed.
Slideshow cannot start from a damaged photo file. Slideshow will skip the damaged photo during the
Slideshow.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
100-0001
OK Stop
100-0001
Stop
100-0001
100-0001
Stop
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6/6
Setting the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) Function
You can automatically print a photo file recorded with a printer that supports DPOF.
Setting the DPOF is only available mini SD card.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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6/6
3
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Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Press the [Shortcut 1] button to switch to Photo View mode.
Press the [MENU] button.
100-0006
100-0006
100-0006
Photo
100-0006
◆ Menu screen appears.
5. Move the joystick left / right to select <DPOF>.
5
6. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick
(OK).
◆ <Select>: Multi-view screen appears and you can select photo files to set DPOF printing.
◆ <All>: All photo files will be marked with DPOF printing.
Photo
Photo
Photo
TYPE
Select
All
If <All> is selected, the message “DPOF All?” appears. Select the desired option by
moving the joystick left / right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
Move
Move
7. If <Select> is selected, Multi-view screen appears. Select the photo files to set
8
by moving the joystick left / right / up / down.
8. Set the number of prints by using the [Shortcut 3] and [Shortcut 4] buttons.
Select
Select
Exit
Exit
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Move
Select
Exit
1/6
1/6
1/6
1/6
◆ Move to another photo by moving the joystick left / right and repeat the steps to set DPOF.
9. The message “Confirm?” appears when you press the joystick (OK).
◆ Select <Yes> or <No> by moving the joystick left / right and then press the joystick (OK) to
Move
Move
confirm.
10.Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ <
> icon is displayed on the photos with DPOF setup.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
Please refer to the product instructions for further details on DPOF printer use.
Using a printer that supports DPOF allows users to directly print photos stored in a mini SD card without
a PC.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Move
9
Confirm
OK Confirm
Confirm
Move
Confirm
Exit
MENU Exit
Exit
Exit
Confirm?
Yes
No
Move
Move
Move
OKSelect
Select
Move
Select
Select
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Photo Mode : Setting the Viewing Options
Copying Photo Files
You can copy saved photo files from the internal memory on to an mini SD card and vice-versa.
5
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Photo mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button to switch to Photo View mode.
4. Press the [MENU] button.
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100-0006
100-0006
◆ Menu screen appears.
5. Move the joystick left / right to select <Copy (to)>.
6. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick 6
(OK).
◆ <Select>: Multi-view screen appears and you can select photo files to copy.
◆ <All>: All photo files will be copied.
◆ Multiple photo files can be selected using the joystick (OK). An icon (
Copy (to)
Photo
TYPE
Copy (to)
Photo
Copy (to)
Select
All Copy (to)
If <All> is selected, the message “Copy All?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving
the joystick left / right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
7. If <Select> is selected, Multi-view screen appears. Select photo files to copy
by moving the joystick left / right / up / down and press the joystick (OK).
Photo
100-0006
Photo
7
) indicating the
Move
Select
Move
Select
Exit
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Move
Exit
Select
Exit
selected file to be copied appears.
8. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
◆ The message “Copy?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving the joystick left / right
and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
9. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
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[ Notes ]
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✤
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It copies from the currently-used memory to another. If the internal memory was used, it copies to a
mini SD card.
When <File No.> is set, file numbering will start from the next to the last file.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Move
Select
Exit
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Move
Select
Exit
Move
Copy?
Select
(External -> Internal)
Yes
No
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
Move
Select
Move
Select
Exit
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How to set to
Movie mode
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie
mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button
to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Power
Button
POWER
W
T
Movie Mode
Recording a Movie.............................................................................90
Recording a Movie........................................................................90
Zooming In and Out......................................................................91
Playing a Movie ..................................................................................92
Playing a Movie on the LCD Monitor ...........................................92
Setting the Recording Options.........................................................93
Using the Shortcut Buttons...........................................................93
Setting the Program AE................................................................95
Setting the White Balance ............................................................96
Setting the Digital Effects .............................................................97
Setting the Macro Mode ...............................................................98
Setting the Movie Quality .............................................................99
Setting the Movie Size................................................................100
Setting the Self Timer .................................................................101
Setting the Wind Cut ..................................................................102
Setting the Viewing Options...........................................................103
Using the Shortcut Buttons.........................................................103
Deleting Movie Files ...................................................................107
Protecting Movie Files ................................................................108
Setting the All Play......................................................................109
Copying Movie Files ...................................................................110
◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to
avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.
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Movie Mode : Recording a Movie
Recording a Movie
You can record video and store it in memory.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
REC 00:00:16
4 Min
REC 00:00:16
REM 4 Min
3
IN
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3. Press the [Record / Stop] button.
◆ It starts to record.
4
4. To stop recording, press the [Record / Stop] button again.
◆ It stops recording, and stands by.
640
F
STBY
STBYREM 4 Min
4 Min
AE
AUTO
F
5. After recording, press the [POWER] button to turn off the Miniket Photo to
prevent battery power consumption.
Reading the Counter
◆ The timestamp will be recorded along with the movie to support users with a faster search.
◆ 00:00:16: Elapsed Recording Time
REM 4 Min: Remaining Recording Time
[ Notes ]
✤ To adjust the brightness of LCD screen, set the <LCD Brightness> in Settings mode (refer to page 41).
✤ After recording, turn off the Miniket Photo to conserve battery power.
✤ The brightness of the LCD monitor will not affect the brightness of the recordings.
90
IN
A
OFF
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Movie Mode : Recording a Movie
Zooming In and Out
Zooming allows you to change the size of the subject captured in a scene.
You can take advantage of the 3x optical electro motion zoom lens.
Before You Start
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
The Movie Record screen appears.
Zoom Out
Zoom Out
W
T
Move the [W/T] zoom switch to W (WIDE).
●
The shot subject’s size is reduced, and you can record movies
as if you were far away from the subject.
●
On the zoom indicator in the LCD screen, the arrow moves to W.
●
The smallest rate of zoom out is the default rate (original
resolution of the subject).
640
F
STBY
STBY REM 4 Min
4 Min
IN
AE
AUTO
F
A
OFF
T
OFF
Zoom In
W
T
Move the [W/T] zoom switch to T (TELE).
●
The subject is larger, and you can record movies as if you were
close to the subject.
●
On the zoom indicator the arrow moves to T.
●
The largest optical zoom is 3x, which is the biggest among the
basic zoom.
STBY
STBY
640
F
F
IN
4 Min
REM 4 Min
AE
AUTO
A
OFF
OFF
T
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
3x electro-optical zoom is equipped and the focus remains at the point fixed initially when
starting the recording.
Optical zoom preserves image quality.
Movie recording with zoom use may record zooming noise.
Zoom In
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Movie Mode : Playing a Movie
STBY
STBY
Playing a Movie on the LCD Monitor
It is handy and practical to view movie files using the LCD monitor almost anywhere such as in a
car, indoors, or outdoors.
4 Min
4 Min
F
F
STBY
4 Min
F
2
640
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
IN
STBY
REM 4 Min
OFF
OFF
AE
F
AUTO
OFF
A
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
OFF
1/1
1/1
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
◆ Switches to Movie play mode.
3
1/1 IN
640
4. Move the joystick left / right to select a movie file and then press the joystick
(OK).
◆ Selected movie file plays on the LCD monitor.
◆ To pause playback, press the joystick (OK).
◆ To stop playback, press and hold the joystick (OK) for a while.
5. To adjust volume, move the joystick up / down.
1/1
00:00:16
00:00:16
100-0001
100-0001
00:00:16
100-0001
4
◆ The volume indicator appears and disappears after a few seconds.
00:00:00
100-000100:00:00
640
00:00:16
IN
00:00:00
00:00:00
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
If there is no file stored to view, the message <No stored Movie!> appears.
When the earphones or Audio / Video cable is connected to the Miniket Photo, the built-in speaker will
automatically turn off.
As for photo viewing, you can also select and play the movie file in a multi-view display.
00:00:16
00:00:16
100-0001
100-0001
00:00:16
5
100-0001
00:00:10
00:00:10
640
IN
00:00:16
100-000100:00:10
00:00:10
100-0001
100-0001
00:00:16
00:00:16
00:00:16
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100-0001
00:00:16
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
Using the Shortcut Buttons
Shortcut buttons are provided to allow users easy access to frequently-used functions.
STBY
3
4 Min
F
REM 4 Min
640
Switching to Movie Play Mode
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
IN
STBY
AE
F
AUTO
A
OFF
OFF
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
1/1 IN
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 1] button toggles between the Movie Record / Play modes.
640
1/1
00:00:16
100-0001
00:00:16
100-0001
3
Setting the Program AE
STBY
640
IN
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
STBY
REM 4 Min
4 Min
AE
F
F
AUTO
A
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
OFF
3. Press the [Shortcut 2] button.
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 2] button cycles through <
Program AE modes.
>-<
>-<
STBY >
>-<
STBY
4 Min
640
F
IN
REM 4 Min
F
A
OFF
OFF
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
Using the Shortcut Buttons
Shortcut buttons are provided to allow users easy access to frequently used functions.
3
STBY
640
Setting the White Balance
IN
STBY
REM 4 Min
4 Min
AE
F
AUTO
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
F
A
OFF
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 3] button.
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 3] button cycles through
the < A >-< >-< >-< >-< >-< > flash modes
STBY
IN
STBY
4 Min
640
REM 4 Min
AE
F
F
AUTO
OFF
Setting the Digital Effect
OFF
3
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
STBY
IN
STBY
REM 4 Min
640
4 Min
AE
F
AUTO
A
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
OFF
3. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
S
S
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut
N 4] button cycles through
the <
>-<
S
N
S
N
BW
>-<
N
BW
>-<
BW
STBY
> Digital Effects.
STBY
4 Min
640
F
F
BW
AE
AUTO
A
OFF
94
IN
REM 4 Min
BW
F
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
F
STBY
Setting the Program AE
Program AE modes are preset automatic exposure modes based upon an internal computer
programme. It allows you to adjust the aperture setting to suit different conditions.
4 Min
OFF
F
STBY
2
STBY
F
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
4 Min
IN
OFF
REM 4 Min
640
AE
F
AUTO
Movie
OFF
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Program AE
Movie
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
A
OFF
Program AE
3. Press the [MENU] button.
4
Movie
TYPE
AE
Move
Select
Exit
Program
MovieAE
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Program AE>.
AE
Auto
Move
Select
Sports
Program AE
Spotlight
Beach/Snow
AUTO
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick
(OK).
Auto
Sports
Spotlight
Beach/Snow
Balances exposure and shutter speed to get the best results automatically.
Move
MovieOK Select
5
Program AE
Movie
For recording fast-moving objects. It is suitable for sporting events and recording the
outside from inside of a vehicle.
TYPE
MENU Exit
Select
Exit
Program AE
Auto
Movie
Sports
Spotlight
Program
Move AE
Beach/Snow
AutoMovie
Compensates for a subject that appears too bright under strong direct light such as a
spotlight. It is suitable for recording conditions such as concerts and school performances.
When the light is very strong, such as on a beach or in the snow.
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Move
AutoAE
Exit
Move
AE
AUTO
Select
OK Select
Program AE
STBY
Auto REM 4 Min
STBY
Move
Select
F
4 Min
6
Exit
MENU Exit
IN
640
Exit
F
A
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 93).
<Macro> setting is limited when you are using Program AE (refer to page 102).
Regarding <White Balance>, <Macro>, <Focus> and <Wind Cut> use with <Program AE>, refer to page 102.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
STBY
Move 4 Min
Select
Exit
OFF
OFF
F
STBY
4 Min
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OFF
F
OFF
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4 Min
F
Setting the White Balance
The White Balance is used to preserve natural colours under different lighting conditions.
It is recommended to set the white balance prior to any recording.
STBY
4 Min
F
OFF
STBY
3
STBY 4 Min
REM 4 Min
F
640
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
AE
Movie
A
OFF
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
White Balance
Movie
3. Press the [MENU] button.
◆ Menu screen appears.
Movie
AE
Move
Automatically sets according to the shooting environment.
Daylight
Adjusts the colour according to daylight/indoor, outdoor light
Cloudy
You can select this when you cannot have daylight as a direct light, such as when it is
partly-cloudy or cloudy.
Fluorescent H
Suitable in a halogen or 3-wavelength light environment.
Fluorescent L
Suitable for a fluorescent light environment.
Tungsten
Suitable for an incandescent light environment.
Movie
White
Balance
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
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You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 94).
In general outdoors recording, <Auto> setting will allow users to achieve the best results.
As the lighting conditions change, set the appropriate white balance before recording.
Regarding <White Balance> use with <Program AE>, refer to page 102.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Select
Exit
A
Auto
White
Move Balance
Select
Daylight
Cloudy
Fluorescent H
Move
MovieOK Select
5
Exit
MENU Exit
Movie
White
Move Balance
Select
Exit
AE
White Balance
Movie
Auto
Daylight
Cloudy
White Balance
Move
Fluorescent
Movie H Select
Move
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
OFF
White Balance
4
5. Move the joystick up / down to select an option, and then press the joystick
(OK).
Auto
OFF
AUTO
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <White Balance>.
IN
F
OK Select
Exit
MENU Exit
White Balance
6
STBY
Move
640 STBY
IN
REM 4Select
Min
F
Exit
AE
4 Min
AUTO
F
Move
STBY
Select
Exit
4 Min
F
OFF
OFF
STBY
4 Min
F
OFF
OFF
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
4 Min
F
Setting the Digital Effects
It supports various digital effects you can apply to your movie. Create a professional-looking
movie with digital effects.
STBY
OFF
4 Min
F
2
STBY
STBY
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
F
IN
4 Min
REM
4 Min
640
AE
F
AUTO
Movie
OFF
A
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Digital Effect
OFF
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
OFF
S
Movie
N
3. Press the [MENU] button.
Digital Effect
4
Movie
Move
Movie
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Digital Effect>.
Sepia
The picture is displayed in sepia colour--similar to that of an old photograph.
Nega
Reverses the colours, creating the look of a negative.
BLK&WHT
Exit
S
N
BW
OffDigital Effect
S
Sepia
Move
Select
N
Nega
S
BLK&WHT BW N
Exit
Movie
BW
Move
Cancel the <Digital Effect>. Takes movie in normal mode.
Select
Digital Effect
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the
joystick (OK).
Off
BW
OK Select
Digital Effect
Move
5
MENU Exit
Select
Exit
Movie
S
N
Digital Effect
Movie
BW
Off
S
Sepia
Move
Movie
Digital
Effect N Select
Nega
BLK&WHT BW
Changes the images into black and white.
Exit
Digital EffectS
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Move
OK Select
N
BW
6
STBY
Move
640
N
REM
MENU Exit
S
Select
4 Min
BW
IN
Exit
AE
F
[ Notes ]
✤ You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 94).
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
AUTO
STBY
Move
Select
Exit
4 Min
A
F
STBY
S
4 Min
F
STBY
S
4 Min
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S
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Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options
STBY
Setting the Macro Mode
Macro mode allows users to have fine focused image of a close-up subject within 50 cm.
<Macro> setting is available only when you set <Program AE> to <Auto>.
4 Min
F
STBY
2
640
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
4 Min
STBY
F
STBY 4 Min
REM 4 Min
IN
OFF
F
AE
F
AUTO
OFF
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3. Press the [MENU] button.
A
OFF
Movie
OFF
Macro
Movie
4
Movie
Macro
Movie
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Macro>.
Macro
Off Macro
Move
Macro
5 Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the
joystick (OK).
Move
Move
Select
OK Select
Movie
Macro Setting
Focus Range
<Off>
50 cm ~ ∞
<Macro>
Move
5
Exit
MENU Exit
Select
Movie
Macro
Movie
W: 10 cm ~ ∞
Exit
Select
Exit
Macro
Off Movie
Macro
Macro
T: 30 cm ~ ∞
Macro
Move
Move
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Move
6
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
When you use Macro mode and record a close-up subject, be careful not to shade your subject.
As the distance gets closer, the focused area gets narrower.
If the focus will not set, try to put more distance between you and the subject.
It is recommended to use a tripod to avoid unstable movie recording and have best results.
Regarding <Macro> use with <Program AE>, refer to page 102.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Select
OK Select
Select
F
F
Exit
IN
STBY
640
Exit
MENU Exit
STBY REM 4 Min
Move 4 Min Select
AE
Exit
AUTO
STBY
4 Min
A
F
STBY
4 Min
OFF
OFF
F
OFF
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Setting the Movie Quality
STBY
4 Min
You can set the quality for movie files.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
F
STBY
STBY
STBY 4 Min
Min
REM4 4
Min
2
F
640
IN
OFF
AE
F
F
AUTO
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
A
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
OFF
OFF
Movie
3. Press the [MENU] button.
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Movie Quality>.
OFF
Movie Quality
Movie
SF
Movie
4
Movie
TYPE
N
SF
Movie
Quality
F
Super
Fine
FSF
NSelect
Fine
Move
N
Normal
F
◆ Available options are: <Super Fine> / <Fine> / <Normal>
Move
Move
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ An icon indicating the selected Movie Quality appears on the screen.
F
Movie Quality
Movie QualitySF
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the
joystick (OK).
Movie
Move
5
Exit
N
Select
Exit
OK Select
MENU Exit
Select
Exit
Movie Quality
Movie
Movie
TYPE
SF
[ Notes ]
✤ Regarding detailed image capacity, refer to page 31.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
✤ In NTSC setting, Super Fine and Fine quality will record at 30fps while Normal at 15fps. In
PAL setting, Super Fine and Fine will record at 25fps while Normal at 12.5fps.
Movie Quality
Movie
Movie
Quality
Super Fine SF
SF
F
Fine
Movie QualityF
N
Normal
Move
F
N
NSF
Select
Exit
F
Move
Move
6
OK Select
N
Select
SF
SF
SF
SF
Exit
IN
STBY
640
MENU Exit
Move REM 2 Min
Select
STBY
STBY 2 Min
2 Min
Exit
AE
AUTO
SF
SF
A
STBY
2 Min
SF
SF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
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STBY
4 Min
Setting the Movie Size
F
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
STBY
2
STBY
F
F
640
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
4 Min
STBY 4 Min
REM 4 Min
IN
OFF
AE
F
AUTO
OFF
A
3. Press the [MENU] button.
OFF
Movie
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Movie Size>.
OFF
Movie Size
Movie
4
Movie
Movie Size
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the
joystick (OK).
◆ Available options are: <640x480> / <320x240>
Exit
320
◆ An icon indicating the selected Movie Size appears on the screen.
Move
Select
Exit
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Movie
5
Move
Movie
Select
Exit
Movie Size
Movie
[ Notes ]
Movie Size
✤
Movie Size
✤
AE
Movie Size Select
Move
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
✤
TYPE
Movie
Movie Size
Regarding detailed image capacity, refer to page 31.
Higher resolution requires more memory space, which results in shorter maximum recording time.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Movie
TYPE
AE
320
Movie Size Select
Move
6
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
STBY
320
F
F
Exit
MENU Exit
IN
Exit
STBY REM 8 Min
8 Min
STBY
Move
Select
8 Min
AE
AUTO
Exit
A
F
STBY
OFF
8 Min
F
OFF
OFF
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STBY
4 Min
Setting the Self Timer
F
Using this option, you can record movies of yourself with delayed shooting.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
STBY
2
4 Min
IN
STBY
STBY
F
OFF
4 Min
REM
4 Min
640
AE
FF
AUTO
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
OFF
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
Movie
OFF
Self Timer
Movie
3. Press the [MENU] button.
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Self Timer>.
A
OFF
4
Movie
Self
Timer
Movie
AE
TYPE
Self Timer
Self Timer Select
Off Move
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the
joystick (OK).
Off
Cancels the Self Timer.
2 sec
Sets the delay interval to 2 seconds.
Records a movie 2 seconds after pressing the [Record/Stop]
2 sec
10 sec
Move
Select
Exit
MovieOK Select
Move
MENU Exit
Move
5
Select
Off Movie
Self Timer
2 sec
10 sec
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Self Timer Select
Move
Move
OK Select
Move
6
STBY
640
STBY
Move
F
F
[ Notes ]
✤ It is recommended to use a tripod for the best results for Self Timer recordings.
✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
✤ Restarting the Miniket Photo will cancel the Self Timer setting.
AE
Movie
Self
Timer
Sets the delay interval to 10 seconds.
Records a movie 10 seconds after pressing the [Record/Stop]
◆ An icon indicating the selected Self Timer mode appears on the screen.
◆ If <Off> is selected, no icon will be displayed.
Exit
Self Timer
Movie
TYPE
10 sec
Exit
Select
Exit
MENU Exit
IN
Exit
REM 4 Min
Select
AE
Exit
4 Min
AUTO
STBY
F
A
4 Min
F
STBY
OFF
4 Min
OFF
F
OFF
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4 Min
Setting the Wind Cut
F
Use the Wind Cut function when recording in windy places such as the beach or near buildings. The Wind Cut
function minimizes wind noise or other noise while recording.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Press the [MENU] button.
Move the joystick left / right to select <Wind Cut>.
Select an option by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the joystick (OK).
2
F
640
STBY
4 Min
STBY
STBY
4 Min
REM
AE
F
AUTO
OFF
Movie
◆ If <On> is selected, <
> icon appears on the screen.
◆ If <Off> is selected, no icon will be displayed.
Wind Cut
Movie
4
Movie
Wind
Cut
Movie
White
Balance
Macro
Focus
Wind Cut
Multi
Off
Move
Select
Exit
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Movie
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
Pan
O
O
◆ <Focus> does not appear in the menu; It is set to <Multi AF> by default.
In <Sports> and <Beach / Snow>, it is set to <Pan Focus>.
◆ Pan: Pan Focus that adjusts the focus to entire screen has focused. Focuses on the deepest DOF
(Depth of Field) position which makes the both near and distant view are in focus.
Move
Wind Cut Select
Movie
5
Movie
TYPE
Exit
AE
Wind Cut
Movie
Cut
OffWind
On
Move
Wind Cut Select
6
Exit
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Move
Select
Exit
IN
REM 4 Min
Move
Select
STBY
640
F
Exit
AE
STBY
STBY
AUTO
4 Min
A
4 Min
F
[ Notes ]
When Wind Cut is enabled, a bit of low-frequency band (bass) sound will be reduced along with the wind
noise. It is a normal result, not a malfunction.
✤
Regarding <Wind Cut> use with <Program AE>, refer to the availability table.
✤
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
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Exit
On
Program AE
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
Pan
O
O
AE
Wind Cut Select
Off Move
Functions are supported according to Program AE modes to help users to have best results.
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
TYPE
Wind Cut
Functions Availability
A
A
OFF
OFF
◆ <Off>: Sets off Wind Cut and no icon appears.
◆ <On>: Sets on Wind Cut to reduce wind noise for sound recording.
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
OFF
IN
4 Min
F
F
✤
OFF
STBY
4 Min
OFF
F
OFF
OFF
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Movie Mode : Setting the Viewing Options
OFF
Using the Shortcut Buttons
Shortcut buttons are provided to allow users easy access to frequently-used functions.
3
Switching to Movie Record Mode
1/1 IN
640
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
00:00:16
100-0001
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
◆ It switches to Movie play mode.
4
4. Press the [Shortcut 1] button again.
IN
STBY
640
REM 4 Min
AE
F
AUTO
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 1] button toggles between the Movie record / play modes.
A
OFF
Viewing the All Play
3
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
1/6 IN
640
00
1/1
All Play
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
◆ It switches to Movie play mode.
00:00:16
00:00:16
100-0001
100-0001
4. Press the [Shortcut 2] button.
4
1/6
5. The All Play begins. (Refer to page 109)
00:00:00
100-0001
IN
All Play
◆ To stop playback, press the joystick (OK).
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100-0001
00:00:16
100-0001
OK Stop
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Using the Shortcut Buttons
Shortcut buttons are provided to allow users easy access to frequently-used functions.
4
1/1 IN
640
Protecting a Movie File
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
00:00:16
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◆ It switches to Movie play mode.
4. Press the [Shortcut 3] button.
5
1/1
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 3] button toggles between Unlocked (
) and Locked (
).
100-0001
1/1 IN
640
5. The selected movie file is protected from an accidental erasure.
(Refer to page 108)
00:00:16
00:00:16
100-0001
100-0001
Deleting a Movie File
4
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
1
1/1 IN
640
◆ It switches to Movie play mode.
4. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down button, and then press the
1/1
joystick (OK).
◆ <Delete>: Deletes the selected movie file.
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels the deletion.
100-0001
5
1/1 IN
640
6. Deletes the selected movie file. (Refer to page 107)
Delete
Cancel
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00:00:16
100-0001
00:00:16
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Using the Shortcut Buttons
6/6
6/6
Protecting Movie files in Multi-View
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
6/6
4
6/6
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Move
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
◆ It switches to the Movie play mode.
Full View
Move
Full View
Move
Full View
Move
OK Full View
1/6
1/6
4. Move the [W/T] zoom switch to W (WIDE).
◆ The screen switches to multi-view.
◆ The movie you were viewing in the single view is selected.
5
1/6
5. Press the [Shortcut 3] button and then select an option by moving the
joystick up / down and then press the joystick (OK).
◆ <Select>: Selected files will be protected.
◆ <All>: The message <Protect All?> appears. Select the desired option by moving the
joystick left / right and then press the joystick [OK] to confirm.
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels protection.
1/6
Select
All
Move
Full View
Move
Full View
Cancel
Move
OK Full View
Move
Full View
7
Confirm?
6. If <Select> was selected, select movie files to protect by moving the joystick
left / right / up / down and press the joystick (OK).
Yes
Move
◆ Multiple movie files can be selected using the joystick (OK). <
> indicator appears on
the protected files. Pressing the joystick (OK) again will make the Lock < > indicator
disappear.
Move
8
No
Select
OK Select
Move
Select
Move
1/6
Select
1/6
7. Press the [Shortcut 3] button.
1/6
◆ The message ”Confirm?” appears. Select the desired item by moving the joystick left /
1/6
right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
8. Selected movies are protected from an accidental erasure.
Move
OK Full View
Move
Full View
Move
Full View
Move
Full View
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1/6
1/6
1/6
Deleting Movie files in Multi-View
4
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
1/6
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
◆ The Movie Record screen appears.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
◆ Switches to Movie play mode.
4. Move the [W/T] zoom switch to W (WIDE).
Full View
Full View
Full View
Move
OK Full View
1/6
5. Press the [Shortcut 4] button and then select an option by moving the
joystick up / down and then press the joystick (OK).
Select
left / right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels deletion.
Move
Move
OK Full View
Move
Full View
Delete?
Yes
> indicator appears on
the selected files.
7. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
◆ The message <Delete?> appears. Select the desired option by moving the joystick left /
8
Select
Move
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
1/6
Select
1/6
1/6
1/6
8. Selected movies are deleted.
106
No
Move
right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
Protected files will not be deleted.
Cancel
Full View
7
6. If <Select> was selected, select movie files to delete by moving the joystick
left / right / up / down and press the joystick (OK).
✤
Full View All
Move
◆ <Select>: Selected movie files will be deleted.
◆ <All>: The message <Delete All?> appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving the joystick
[ Note ]
1/6
1/6
1/6
5
◆ The screen switches to multi-view.
◆ The movie you were viewing in the single view is selected.
◆ Multiple movie files can be selected using the joystick (OK). <
Move
Move
Move
Move
Move
Move
Move
OK Full View
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Deleting Movie Files
You can delete saved movie files.
3
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
640
00:01:36
00:01:36
100-0006
100-0006
◆ Switches to Movie play mode.
00:01:36
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00:01:36
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Movie
Movie
4. Press the [MENU] button.
◆ Menu screen appears.
5
TYPE
Delete
Select
Delete
All
Move
◆ <Select>: Multi-view screen appears and you can select movie files to delete.
◆ <All>: All files will be deleted.
If <All> is selected, the message “Delete All?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving
the joystick left / right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
Delete
Movie
Delete
Movie
5. Move the joystick left / right to select <Delete>.
6. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick
(OK).
Select
Move
Move
7
Exit
Select
Exit
OK Select
Move
MENU Exit
Select
Exit
7. If <Select> is selected, Multi-view screen appears. Select files to delete by
moving the joystick left / right / up / down and press the joystick (OK).
◆ Multiple movie files can be selected using the joystick (OK). <
> indicator appears on
the selected files.
Move
Move
8. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
◆ The message “Delete?” appears. Select the desired item by moving the joystick left / right
and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
9. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Select
OK Select
Move
Exit
MENU Exit
Select
Exit
8
Move
Select
Exit
Delete?
Yes
No
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 104).
Protected files will not be deleted.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Move
Move
Move
OK Select
Select
Select
107
Move
Select
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Protecting Movie Files
You can protect saved important movie files from accidental deletion. Protected files will not be
deleted unless you release the protection or format the memory.
4
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
◆ Switches to Movie play mode.
4. Press the [MENU] button.
5. Move the joystick left / right to select <Protect>.
6. Select an option by by moving the joystick up / down and then press the
joystick (OK).
5
◆ <Select>: Multi-view screen appears and you can select movie files to protect.
◆ <All>: All files will be protected.
If <All> is selected, the message “Protect All?” appears. Select the desired item by
moving the joystick left / right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
7
7. If <Select> is selected, Multi-view screen appears. Select files to protect by
moving the joystick left / right / up / down and press the joystick (OK).
◆ Multiple movie files can be selected using the joystick (OK). <
> indicator appears on
the selected files.
8. Press the [Shortcut 3] button.
◆ The message “Confirm?” appears. Select the desired item by moving the joystick left /
right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
9. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
108
You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 104).
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
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Setting the All Play
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You can set All Play and also set the repeat option for All Play.
100-0006
3
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
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Movie
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
◆ Switches to Movie play mode.
4. Press the [MENU] button.
◆ Menu screen appears.
6
◆ All Play starts.
◆ To stop the All Play, press the joystick (OK).
All Play
Movie
TYPE
All Play
Move
Select
StartMovie
Repeat
6. Select <Repeat> by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick
(OK) or move joystick right.
7. Select <Start> by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick
(OK).
00:01:36
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Movie
100-0006
5. Move the joystick left / right to select <All Play>.
◆ Set the repeat option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick (OK).
◆ <Off>: Sets not to repeat the All Play.
◆ <On>: Sets to repeat the All Play.
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100-0006
Exit
Off
Move
All Play SelectOn
Movie OK Select
Move
7
MENU Exit
All Play
Movie
TYPE
Move
All Play
Movie
Select
Move
On
Select
Movie
Exit
On
Move
Move
✤
✤
✤
✤
You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 103).
All Play starts from the current movie selected.
All play cannot start from a damaged file. All Play will skip the damaged file during the All Play.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Exit
On
Start
All Play
Repeat
OK Select
All Play
[ Notes ]
Exit
00:00:36
Select
MENU Exit
IN
All Play
Exit
On
00:00:36
640
All Play
Move 00:00:36Select
Exit
All Play
00:01:36
100-0001
OK Stop
00:00:36
00:01:36
100-0001
All Play
Stop
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Stop
00:01:36
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Movie Mode : Setting the Viewing Options
Copying Movie Files
You can copy saved files from the internal memory to the mini SD card and vice versa.
3
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
640
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Movie
◆ Switches to Movie play mode.
00:01:36
4. Press the [MENU] button.
5. Move the joystick left / right to select <Copy (to)>.
6. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the
joystick (OK).
100-0006
5
Movie
Copy (to)
TYPE
Movie
Copy (to)
Move
Select
All
If <All> is selected, the message “Copy All?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving
the joystick left / right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
7. If <Select> is selected, Multi-view screen appears. Select files to copy by
moving the joystick left / right / up / down and press the joystick (OK).
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Movie
◆ <Select>: Multi-view screen appears and you can select files to copy.
◆ <All>: All files will be copied.
◆ Multiple movie files can be selected using the joystick (OK). <
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7
Copy (to)
Select
Exit
Move
Select
Exit
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Move
Select
Exit
> indicator appears on
the selected files.
8. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
◆ The message “Copy?” appears. Select the desired item by moving the joystick left / right
Move
and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
9. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
8
Select
OK Select
MENU Exit
Move
Select
Exit
Move
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
110
It copies from the currently-used memory to another.
When <File No.> is set, file numbering will start from the next to the last file.
While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will exit the menu.
Exit
Move
Copy?
Select
(External -> Internal)
Yes
Move
No
OK Select
Move
Select
Move
Select
Move
Select
Exit
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How to set to
Music mode
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Music
mode.
Music Mode
Playing Music Files ..........................................................................112
Copying Music Files from a PC..................................................112
Playing Music Files .....................................................................113
Setting the Music Play Options......................................................114
Using the Shortcut Buttons.........................................................114
Setting the Repeated Play..........................................................116
Setting the Equaliser...................................................................117
Deleting Music Files....................................................................118
Protecting Music Files.................................................................119
2. Press the [POWER] button
to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Power
Button
POWER
W
T
◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to
avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.
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Music Mode : Playing Music Files
Copying Music Files from a PC
You can copy music files from a PC while connected to the PC with a USB cable.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Music mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket photo.
3. Connect the Miniket Photo to the PC using the USB cable
provided.
◆ A - Connect the USB cable to the Miniket photo.
◆ B - Connect the other end of the USB cable to the PC.
4. Set the desired memory type on the PC.
B
◆ Windows XP: Dialog windows may pop up overlapped.
You can select desired memory type. Internal memory is
displayed<Miniket> and mini SD card is displayed <Removable
Disk>.
◆ Other than Windows XP: It appears to have two instances of
“Removable Disk”. If it displays D and E drives as removable
disks, D is the mini SD Card and E is the internal memory.
A
5. ‘Paste’ copied music files into the desired folder among <MUSIC1>, <MUSIC2>, <MUSIC3>, and <MUSIC4>
under the <MP3>.
◆ Up to 500 files can be stored in each folder.
[ Warning ]
✤ Copying and redistributing of MP3 files may violate the copyright law.
✤ You cannot create a new folder on your Miniket Photo set.
✤ <MUSIC1> ~ <MUSIC4> are system folders. When the folders are renamed, it may not be recognised by the system and will
not play back music files under renamed folders.
✤ Folders created on a PC will not appear on the set.
[ Notes ]
✤ Regarding Music file capacity according to memory capacity, refer to page 31.
✤ The music played back will begin with the first music file that is stored in the top folder (MUSIC1).
✤ It is recommended to use an AC Power Adapter during the file transfer to avoid unintended power outage.
✤ Pop up dialogs will appear differently whether the memory has files or not.
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Music Mode : Playing Music Files
Playing Music Files
You can play back stored music files.
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Music mode.
3
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2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
00:00/03:00
◆ If there is no music file stored, the message “No stored Music!” appears.
4. Select a music file to play by moving the joystick left / right, and then press
the joystick (OK).
5. The selected music file is played back.
◆ To pause playback, press the joystick (OK).
◆ To stop playback, press and hold the joystick (OK).
◆ To search backward / forward during playback, hold down the joystick left or right for a
while.
◆ Holding the joystick left / right for more than 1 second while stopped will skip to the previous /
next file rapidly.
◆ To adjust volume, move joystick up / down.
VBR
KHz
3. The last file played back is displayed.
00:00/03:00
Search
Play
Search
Volume
Volume
OK Play
4
1/6
1/6
KHz
VBR
00:50/03:00
00:50/03:00
OK
Search
Search
Pause
Pause
Volume
Volume
Volume indicator appears and disappears after few seconds.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
If a broken file name is displayed, try renaming it on a PC.
How to Connect
When the earphones or Audio/Video cable is connected to the Miniket Mhoto,
Earphones
the built-in speaker will turn off automatically.
Connect your earphones
Miniket Photo only supports MP3 file format.
as shown in the diagram.
Damaged or non-standard MP3 files may not displayed properly or failed to
play back.
Playback will fail to start if the first file is damaged.
The title may not be displayed if the language is not supported or in Chinese.
MP3 files with VBR setting will appear as VBR on the LCD monitor and its play time and recording time may differ from the
displayed diagram.
Miniket Photo does not support copy function in Music mode.
If a title of a track is too long, it may appear cropped on the LCD screen.
Supported bitrates for a music file is 8Kbps ~ 320Kbps and VBR.
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Music Mode : Setting the Music Play Options
Using the Shortcut Buttons
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Shortcut buttons are provided to allow users easy access to frequently-used functions.
3
Viewing the Playlist
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Music mode.
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00:00/03:00
KHz 128Kbps
00:00/03:00
Search
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Play
Volume
Search
00:00/03:00Play
Volume
Search
Music
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
4
◆ It moves to the playlist view.
OK Play
Repeat
Volume
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4. Select a music file by moving the joystick up / down, and then press the
joystick (OK) or move the joystick right.
◆ The selected music file is played back.
◆ On the playlist screen, move the joystick left to select folders (MUSIC1 / MUSIC2 /
MUSIC3 / MUSIC4).
3
Move
Select
Move
Folder
Play
Folder
Play
Music
Move
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Exit
Repeat
Setting the Repeat Option
KHz 128Kbps
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Music mode.
00:00/03:00
Move
Search
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
4
repeat modes.
Exit
Volume
1/6
Music
3. Press the [Shortcut 2] button.
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 2] button cycles through <
Select
OK Play
>-<
>-<
>-<
>-<
>
RepeatKHz 128Kbps
00:00/03:00
Search
OK Play
Move
114
Music
Repeat
Select
Volume
Exit
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Music Mode : Setting the Music Play Options
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Using the Shortcut Buttons
Search
Play
3
Setting to Hold
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Music mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press and hold the [Shortcut 3] button.
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 3] button toggles between (
4. When it is set to hold (
) and (
Volume
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Shortcut buttons are provided to allow users easy access to frequently used functions.
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00:00/03:00
KHz 128Kbps
Search
Play
Volume
OK Play
Volume
00:00/03:00
).
), button functions are locked except Mode Dial.
◆ It helps so as not to disturb listening.
Search
Music
4
Equalizer
1/6
KHz 128Kbps
Move
Select
00:00/03:00
Search
3
Volume
Jazz>-< Jazz
Jazz Clas >Jazz
Clas
>-<
Equaliser
POP POP
Clas
POP>-<
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Equalizer
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Music mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
modes.
Exit
Music
Setting the Equaliser
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 4] button cycles through POP
<
OK Play
1/6
44.1KHz 128Kbps
00:00/03:00
Clas
Move
00:00/03:00
Select
Exit
Search
OK Play
Volume
Search
Play
Volume
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Music
Equalizer
44.1KHz 128Kbps
00:00/03:00
Search
OK Play
Move
Select
Jazz
Volume
Exit
115
Music
Equalizer
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Setting the Repeated Play
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You can repeat a selected music file or group of music files.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Music mode.
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3
00:00/03:00
KHz 128Kbps
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
00:00/03:00
Search
Play
00:00/03:00
00:00/03:00
3. Press the [MENU] button on the stop mode.
Search
Search
Search
Music
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Repeat>.
4
<Off>: No repeat, plays each title once in the order from the selected music.
<One>: One selected music file will play repeatedly.
<Group>: The selected group of music files will play repeatedly.
<All>: All music files will play through in order and start again from the beginning.
<Shuffle>: All music files will play in random order once.
Repeat
Repeat
Off Repeat
One
Group
AllMove
Move
Move
✤
✤
✤
You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 114).
When the earphones or Audio / Video cable is connected to the Miniket Photo, the built-in speaker will
not operate.
MENU button is not operable when music playback is paused.
Select
Select
OK Select
Move
Music
5
TYPE
Exit
Exit
MENU Exit
Select
Exit
Music
Music
Repeat
Music
Repeat
Repeat
Off
OneRepeat
Group
All
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
[ Notes ]
Volume
Volume
Volume
Music
Music
Repeat
Music
TYPE
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the
joystick (OK).
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
Volume
Play
Play
OK Play
Move
Move
Move
6
Select
OK Select
Select
Move
Exit
MENU Exit
Select
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1/6
1/6
Exit
Exit
1/6
KHz 128Kbps
00:00/03:00
00:00/03:00
00:00/03:00
Search
Search
Search
OKPlay
Play
Play
Volume
Volume
Volume
Play
Volume
00:00/03:00
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Setting the Equalizer
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Music mode.
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3
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
00:00/03:00
44.1KHz 128Kbps
00:00/03:00
Search
Play
Volume
00:00/03:00
00:00/03:00
3. Press the [MENU] button on the stop mode.
Search
Search
Search
Music
4. Move the joystick left / right to select <Equalizer>.
4
5. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the
joystick (OK).
Play
Play
Music
Equalizer
Music
Music
Equalizer
Equalizer
Equalizer
Normal
Pop
Jazz
Move
Select
Classic
◆ <Normal> / <Pop> / <Jazz> / <Classic>
Move
Move
6. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Select
OK Select
Move
Music
5
[ Note ]
✤
✤
You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 115).
MENU button is not operable when music playback is paused.
Volume
Volume
Volume
OK Play
TYPE
Exit
Exit
MENU Exit
Select
Music
Music
Equalizer
Music
Equalizer
Exit
TYPE
Equalizer
Normal
PopEqualizer
Jazz
Classic
Move
Select
OK Select
Move
Move
6
Exit
MENU Exit
Select
Move
Select
1/6
Exit
Exit
1/6
1/6
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44.1KHz 128Kbps
00:00/03:00
00:00/03:00
00:00/03:00
OK
Jazz
Jazz
Search
Play
Search
Play
00:00/03:00
Search
Play
Search
Play
VolumeJazz
Volume
Volume Jazz
Volume
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Music Mode : Setting the Music Play Options
Deleting Music Files
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You can delete stored music files.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn the Mode Dial to Music mode.
Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Press the [MENU] button on the stop mode.
Move the joystick left / right to select <Delete>.
Select an option by moving the joystick up / down button and then press
the joystick (OK).
◆ <Select>: The Playlist appears and you can select files to delete.
◆ <All>: All music files will be deleted.
3
00:00/03:00
KHz 128Kbps
Search
Play
00:00/03:00
00:00/03:00
00:00/03:00
Search
Search
Search
Music
5
◆ Multiple Music files can be selected using the joystick (OK). <
> indicator appears
Volume
Play
Play
OK Play
Music
Delete
Music
Music
Volume
Volume
Volume
TYPE
Delete
Delete
Delete
Select
All
If <All> is selected, the message “Delete All?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by
moving the joystick left / right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
6. If <Select> was selected, select files to delete by moving the joystick up /
down and press the joystick (OK).
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Move
Select
Exit
Move
Move
OK Select
Select
MENU Exit
Move
Select
1/6
Exit
6
Exit
1/6
1/6
on the selected files.
1/6
7. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
◆ The message “Delete?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving the joystick left /
Move
right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
Move
Move
8. Selected music files are deleted.
◆ Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
118
Deleting MP3 files in a user folder on the Miniket Photo will not delete the user folder. Delete the
user folder on a PC.
MENU button is not operable when music playback is paused.
Protected files will not be deleted.
7
Select
OK Select
Select
Move
!
Exit
MENU Exit
Exit
Select
Exit
Delete?
Yes
No
Move
Move
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
Select
Select
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Music Mode : Setting the Music Play Options
Protecting Music Files
You can protect saved important music files from accidental deletion. Protected files will not
be deleted unless you release the protection or format the memory.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn the Mode Dial to Music mode.
Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Press the [MENU] button on the stop mode.
Move the joystick left / right to select <Protect>.
Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the
joystick (OK).
KHz 128Kbps
00:00/03:00
00:00/03:00
5
Volume
Volume
Search
Search
Volume
Volume
Play
OK Play
Music
Music
Music
Protect
Music
Protect
If <All> is selected, the message “Protect All?” appears. Select the desired option by
moving the joystick left / right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
◆ Multiple music files can be selected using the joystick (OK). <
00:00/03:00Play
Search
00:00/03:00
Search
Play
TYPE
Protect
Protect
Select
All
◆ <Select>: The Playlist appears and you can select files to protect.
◆ <All>: All files will be protected.
6. If <Select> was selected, select files to protect by moving the joystick up /
down and press the joystick (OK).
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3
Move
Move
Select
Select
Exit
Exit
Move
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Select
1/6
1/6
1/6
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6
> indicator appears
Exit
IN
on the selected files.
7. Press the [Shortcut 3] button.
◆ The message “Confirm?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving the joystick left /
right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
7
Select
Exit
Move
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Move
Select
Exit
Move
Select
Exit
8. Selected music files are protected from an accidental erasure.
◆ Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
!
Confirm?
Yes
No
Move
Move
OK Select
Move
Select
Move
Select
Select
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How to set to
Voice mode
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Voice
mode.
Voice Mode
Recording Voice Files......................................................................121
Recording Voice Files.................................................................121
Playing Voice Files...........................................................................122
Playing Voice Files .....................................................................122
Setting the Voice Play Options ......................................................123
Using the Shortcut Buttons.........................................................123
Setting the Repeated Play..........................................................125
Deleting Voice Files ....................................................................126
Protecting Voice Files .................................................................127
Copying Voice Files ....................................................................128
2. Press the [POWER] button to
turn on the Miniket Photo.
Power
Button
POWER
W
T
◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to
avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.
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Voice Mode : Recording Voice Files
Recording Voice Files
SWAV0001.WAV
The built-in microphone allows users to record voices without any additional devices.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Voice mode.
2
00:00:00/02:16:00
SWAV0001.WAV
SWAV0001.WAV
SWAV0001.W
SW
V0001.WAV
2. Press the [POWER] button.
00:00:00/02:16:00
Mono
8KHz
64Kbps
◆ The Voice Record screen appears.
00:00:00/02:16:00
SWAV0001.WAV
3. Press the [Record / Stop] button to start recording.
◆ <
> icon appears on the screen and starts recording.
3
00:00:20/02:15:40
SWAV0001.WAV
SWAV0001.W
SW
V0001.WAV
4. To stop recording, press the [Record / Stop] button again.
Mono 8KHz
64Kbps
SWAV0001.WAV
00:00:20/02:15:40
00:00:20/02:15:40
4
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0001.WAV
Mono
8KHz
64Kbps
00:00:00/02:15:40
SWAV0001.WAV
SWAV0001.WAV
00:00:00/02:15:40
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
00:00:00/02:15:40
Recorded voice files are saved in the list automatically.
During voice recording or in the voice recording mode, the menu is not accessed.
Optimal distance for sound recording is 40cm.
During voice recording, if the Mode Dial is changed and the recording will stop.
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Playing Voice Files
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SWAV0001.WAV 1/6
You can play back recorded voice files using the built-in speaker or the earphones.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Voice mode.
SWAV0001.WAV
SWAV0001.WAV
3
00:00:00/00:00:10
1/6
00:00:00/00:00:10
SWAV0001.WAV
Search
Play
00:00:00/00:00:10
2. Press the [POWER] button.
Mono
8KHz Play
64Kbps
Search
Search
Play
Search
4
2/6
OK Play
Volume
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SWAV0001.WAV2/6
SWAV0001.WAV
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0001.WAV
00:00:00/00:00:20
64Kbps
Mono
8KHz
2/6
4. Select a voice file to play by moving the joystick left / right button, and then
press the joystick (OK).
◆ To pause playing back, press the joystick (OK).
◆ To stop playback, press and hold the joystick (OK).
◆ To search backward / forward during play, hold down the joystick left / right for a while.
Volume
Volume
00:00:00/00:00:10
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
◆ The Voice Play screen appears.
◆ The last file recorded is displayed.
◆ If there is no voice file stored, the message “No Stored voice!” appears.
Volume
00:00:00/00:00:20
SWAV0001.WAV
00:00:00/00:00:20
Search
Play
Volume
Search
Play
Search OK Play
Volume
Volume
2/6
5
00:00:00/00:00:20
2/6
SWAV0001.WAV 2/6
Search
Play
Volume
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0001.WAV
SWAV0001.WAV
8KHz
Mono
64Kbps
5. The selected voice file is played back.
2/6
00:00:16/0000:20
6. To adjust the volume, move the joystick up / down.
00:00:16/0000:20
00:00:16/00:00:20
◆ Volume indicator appears and disappears after few seconds.
✤
When the earphones or Audio/Video cable is connected to the Miniket Photo, the built-in speaker will
not operate.
Volume
OK Pause
Volume
Volume
Search
Search
6
[ Note ]
Search
Pause
SWAV0001.WAV
00:00:16/0000:20
Pause
00:00:16/0000:20
2/6
2/6
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0001.WAV
Search
Pause
2/6
Volume
SWAV0001.WAV
Mono
8KHz
64Kbps
SWAV0001.WAV
00:00:16/0000:20
00:00:16/00:00:20
2/6
00:00:16/0000:20
SWAV0001.WAV
Search OK Pause
00:00:16/0000:20
122
Search
Search
Pause
Pause
Volume
Volume
Volume
00:00:16/0000:20
Search
Pause
Volume
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Using the Shortcut Buttons
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Shortcut buttons are provided to allow users easy access to frequently used functions.
Switching to Voice Record Mode
SWAV0001.WAV
3
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Voice mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
Mono 8KHz
Search
64Kbps
Play
Volume
00:00:00/00:00:20
◆ The Voice Play screen appears.
4. Press the [Shortcut 1] button again.
1/6
00:00:00/00:00:20
SWAV0001.WAV
Search
OK Play
Volume
4
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 1] toggles between voice record and play modes.
SWAV0001.WAV
SWAV0001.W
SW
V0001.WAV
Mono
8KHz
64Kbps
SWAV0001.WAV
00:00:00/02:15:40
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Viewing the Voice File List
00:00:00/02:15:40
3
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Voice mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
◆ Stored voice files are listed.
5. Select a voice file to play by moving the joystick up / down and then press
the joystick (OK) or move the joystick right.
◆ The selected voice file plays.
1/6
SWAV0001.WAV
Mono
8KHz
64Kbps
00:00:00/00:00:10
00:00:00/00:00:10
◆ The Voice Play screen appears.
4. Press the [Shortcut 2] button.
SWAV0001.WAV
Search
Play
Volume
Search
OK Play
Volume
4
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SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0003.WAV
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0004.WAV
SWAV0003.WAV
SWAV0005.WAV
SWAV0004.WAV
SWAV0005.WAV
OK Play
Move
Move
Play
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Play
Volume
Voice
Repeat
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Voice Mode : Setting the Voice Play Options
Move
Using the Shortcut Buttons
Select
Exit
Shortcut buttons are provided to allow users easy access to frequently used functions.
Voice
3
Setting the Repeat Option
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Voice mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
Mono
8KHz
64Kbps
00:00:00/00:00:10
Move
◆ The Voice Play screen appears.
Select
Search
4. Press the [Shortcut 3] button.
◆ Each press of the [Shortcut 3] button cycles through <
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OK Play
4
>-<
>-<
>-<
Exit
Volume
1/6
Voice
>.
SWAV0001.WAV
Repeat
Mono
8KHz
64Kbps
00:00:00/00:00:10
Deleting Voice Files
Search
Move
3
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Voice mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
Select
Volume
Exit
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Voice
00:00:00/00:00:10
Mono
8KHz
64Kbps
Repeat
Search
Play
00:00:00/00:00:10
◆ The Voice Play screen appears.
Search
4. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
◆ <Delete>: Deletes the selected file.
◆ <Cancel>: Cancels the deletion.
OK Play
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4
Move
OK Play
Volume
Volume
Select
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Exit
1/6
Mono 8KHz
64Kbps
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Delete
SWAV0001.WAV
00:00:00/00:00:10
Cancel
Search OK Play
00:00:00/00:00:10
Volume
00:00:00/00:00:10
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Search
Search
Play
Play
Volume
Volume
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Setting the Repeated Play
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You can repeat a selected file or all the voice files.
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1. Turn the Mode Dial to Voice mode.
3
SWAV0001.WAV
00:00:00/00:00:10
SWAV0001.WAV
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
00:00:00/00:00:10
Mono
8KHz
64Kbps
Search
Play
Search
Search
One
Move
All
Move
Shuffle
Move
Move
Voice
6
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 124).
When the earphones or Audio/Video cable is connected to the Miniket Photo, the built-in speaker will
not operate.
You can access the menu only when the recorded voice file playback is stopped.
TYPE
Select
Exit
Select
Exit
OK Select
MENU Exit
Select
Exit
Voice
Repeat
TYPE
Voice
Repeat
Voice
Off Repeat
OneRepeat
All
Move
Shuffle
7. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
✤
Repeat
Voice
Repeat
Voice
Repeat
Off Repeat
6. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the
joystick (OK).
◆ An icon indicating the selected repeat mode appears on the screen.
Volume
Volume
OK Play
Voice
5
5. Move the joystick left / right to select <Repeat>.
<Off>: No repeat, selected file will play once.
<One>: One selected file will play repeatedly.
<All>: All voice files will play repeatedly.
<Shuffle>: All files will play in random order once.
Volume
Play
Voice
◆ The Voice Play screen appears.
◆
◆
◆
◆
Volume
00:00:00/00:00:10
Search
Play
00:00:00/00:00:10
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
4. Press the [MENU] button.
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7
Select
Exit
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Move
Move
Select
Select
1/6
Exit
Exit
1/6
SWAV0001.WAV
1/6
SWAV0001.WAV
Mono
8KHz
64Kbps
1/6
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00:00:00/00:00:10
SWAV0001.WAV
00:00:00/00:00:10
Search
OK Play
00:00:00/00:00:10
Search
Play
00:00:00/00:00:10
Search
Search
Play
Play
Volume
Volume
Volume
Volume
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Deleting Voice Files
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You can delete stored voice files.
3
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Voice mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
00:00:00/00:00:10
SWAV0001.WAV
SWAV0001.WAV
00:00:00/00:00:10
Search
Mono 8KHz
◆ Menu screen appears.
◆ <Select>: The voice file list appears and you can select files to delete.
◆ <All>: All files will be deleted.
7. If <Select> was selected and playlist appears, select files by moving the
joystick up / down and press the joystick (OK).
Volume
OK Play
Volume
Select
Exit
Select
Exit
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Move
Select
Exit
SWAV0003.WAV
SWAV0004.WAV
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0004.WAV
SWAV0005.WAV
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0003.WAV
SWAV0005.WAV
Move
Select
SWAV0003.WAV
SWAV0004.WAV
◆ The message “Delete?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving the joystick left / right
OK Select
Move
SWAV0004.WAV
SWAV0005.WAV
and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
You can easily access this function by using the shortcut button (refer to page 124).
After deleting a file, the last file of the current folder is selected.
You can access the menu only when the recorded voice file playback is stopped.
Delete
Select
All
Move
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0003.WAV
selected files.
[ Notes ]
TYPE
Delete
SWAV0002.WAV
> indicator appears on the
9. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Voice
Delete
Voice
7
8. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
126
Play
Search
Move
If <All> is selected, the message “Delete All?” appears. Select a desired option by moving
the joystick left / right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
✤
Voice
Search
Voice
Delete
5
5. Move the joystick left / right to select <Delete>.
6. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick
(OK).
✤
Volume
Volume
00:00:00/00:00:10
4. Press the [MENU] button.
✤
Play
64Kbps
00:00:00/00:00:10
Search
Play
◆ The Voice Play screen appears.
◆ Multiple voice files can be selected using the joystick (OK). <
1/6
1/6
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8
Exit
MENU Exit
SWAV0005.WAV
Move
Select
Exit
Move
Exit
!
Select
Delete?
Yes
Move
Move
No
OK Select
Select
Move
Select
Move
Select
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Voice Mode : Setting the Voice Play Options
Protecting Voice Files
You can protect saved important voice files from accidental erasure. Protected files will not be
deleted unless you release the protection or format the memory.
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3
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Voice mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
00:00:00/00:00:10
Mono
8KHz
64Kbps
Search
Play
00:00:00/00:00:10
00:00:00/00:00:10
Search
Play
◆ The Voice Play screen appears.
Search
Voice
Search
4. Press the [MENU] button.
5
◆ Menu screen appears.
5. Move the joystick left / right to select <Protect>.
6. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down button and then press the
joystick (OK).
If <All> is selected, the message “Protect All?” appears. Select a desired option by
moving the joystick left / right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
TYPE
Move
Select
Move
Select
Exit
Move
Move
OK Select
MENU Exit
Select
Exit
Exit
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0001.WAV
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0003.WAV
SWAV0003.WAV
SWAV0004.WAV
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0004.WAV
SWAV0005.WAV
SWAV0003.WAV
SWAV0003.WAV
> indicator appears on
SWAV0005.WAV
SWAV0004.WAV
Move
Select
SWAV0004.WAV
OK Select
SWAV0005.WAV
Move
SWAV0005.WAV
the selected files.
◆ The message “Confirm?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving the joystick left / right
Voice
Protect
Voice
Voice
Protect
Volume
Volume
Volume
7
7. If <Select> was selected and playlist appears, select files to protect by moving
the joystick up / down and press the joystick (OK).
8. Press the [Shortcut 3] button.
Play
OK Play
Volume
Protect
Protect
Select
All
◆ <Select>: The voice file list appears and you can select files to protect.
◆ <All>: All files will be protected.
◆ Multiple voice files can be selected using the joystick (OK). <
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SWAV0001.WAV
00:00:00/00:00:10
Move
Move
Select
Select
Exit
MENU Exit
Exit
Exit
8
and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
9. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
◆ An icon (
!
Confirm?
Yes
No
) indicating the protected file appears on the screen.
[ Note ]
Move
✤
Move
Select
Move
Move
Select
Select
You can access the menu only when the recorded voice file playback is stopped.
OK Select
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Voice Mode : Setting the Voice Play Options
Copying Voice Files
You can copy saved files from the internal memory to an mini SD card and vice-versa.
1. Turn the Mode Dial to Voice mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
3. Press the [Shortcut 1] button.
3
SWAV0001.WAV
SWAV0001.WAV
00:00:00/00:30:00
Mono
Search
Search
Search
Voice
4. Press the [MENU] button.
6
5. Move the joystick left / right to select <Copy (to)>.
6. Select an option by moving the joystick up / down and then press the joystick
(OK).
9. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu.
Select
Select
OK Select
Select
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0003.WAV
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0003.WAV
SWAV0004.WAV
SWAV0002.WAV
SWAV0003.WAV
SWAV0004.WAV
SWAV0005.WAV
SWAV0003.WAV
SWAV0004.WAV
SWAV0005.WAV
Move
Select
SWAV0004.WAV
SWAV0005.WAV
OK Select
Move
SWAV0005.WAV
8
Move
Move
Select
Select
Copy?
Yes
No
[ Notes ]
✤
128
It copies from the currently-used memory to another.
When <File No.> is set, file numbering will start from the next to the last file.
Exit
Exit
MENU Exit
Exit
SWAV0001.WAV
SWAV0002.WAV
(Internal -> External)
✤
Volume
Volume
Volume
7
) indicating selected file is to be copied appears.
and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
Volume
Voice
Voice
Copy (to)
Voice
TYPE
Move
Move
Move
8. Press the [Shortcut 4] button.
◆ The message “Copy?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving the joystick left / right
Play
Play
OK Play
Move
7. If <Select> is selected, playlist appears. Select files to copy by moving the
joystick up / down and press the joystick (OK).
◆ An icon (
64Kbps
Copy (to)
Copy (to)
Copy (to)
Select
All
◆ <Select>: Voice file list appears and you can select files to copy.
◆ <All>: All files will be copied.
If <All> is selected, the message “Copy All?” appears. Select <Yes> or <No> by moving
the joystick left / right and then press the joystick (OK) to confirm.
8KHz
00:00:00/00:30:00
00:00:00/00:30:00
Search
Play
00:00:00/00:30:00
◆ The Voice Play screen appears.
◆ Menu screen appears.
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Move
Move
Move
Move
OK Select
Select
Select
Select
Exit
MENU Exit
Exit
Exit
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How to set to
PC Cam mode
6
PC Cam mode
Using the PC Cam Function .........................................................130
Using the PC Cam Function.......................................................130
1. Turn the Mode Dial to PC Cam
mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to
turn on the Miniket Photo.
Power
Button
POWER
W
T
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PC Cam Mode: Using the PC Cam Function
Using the PC Cam Function
The Miniket Photo can be used as a PC Camera for programmes such as Windows Messenger.
1. Connect the Miniket Photo to the PC with the provided
USB cable as shown in the figure.
2. Turn on your PC.
3. Turn the Mode Dial to PC Cam mode.
4. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
Run a video chatting application such as Windows
Messenger and enjoy the video utilisation.
◆
Various applications take advantage of the PC Cam function.
Refer to respective product documentation for further details.
5. When finished, disconnect the cable.
[ Warning ]
✤
The product does not support audio transfer. Please use separate microphone for audio transfer.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
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You must install the DV Driver (refer to page 137).
When the USB Port connection changed, it may require DV Driver re-installation.
It is recommended to use an AC Power Adapter during data transfer to avoid unintended power outages.
Microsoft Windows 98 SE or later operating systems support the PC Cam function.
Supports USB 2.0.
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How to set to
PictBridge mode
7
PictBridge mode
Printing with PictBridge ..................................................................132
Printing with PictBridge...............................................................132
1. Turn the Mode Dial to
PictBridge mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to
turn on the Miniket Photo.
Power
Button
POWER
W
T
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PictBridge Mode: Printing with PictBridge
Printing with PictBridge
With the provided USB cable and a PictBridge-supporting printer, you can print your photo images directly
without connecting to a PC.
1. Connect the Miniket Photo and the PictBridge supporting
printer with a USB cable.
2. Turn on the printer.
3. Turn the Mode Dial to Pictbridge mode.
4. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
◆
If the USB connection is not made, the message “Connect USB Cable!”
appears.
5. Press the [Shortcut 2] button to set the date / time imprint
option.
◆
Each press of the [Shortcut 2] button cycles through
Off< >-Date < >-Time < >-Date & Time< >.
PictBridge Supporting Printer
(Optional Accessory)
6. [Shortcut 3] button will increase the number of copies, while
the [Shortcut 4] button will decrease the number of copies.
◆
◆
◆
Range of possibilities: 1 ~ 99
Pressing the [Shortcut 3] button on 99 will set to 1.
Pressing the [Shortcut 4] button on 1 will set to 99.
7. Press the [Shortcut 1] button to begin printing.
◆
To cancel printing, press the [Shortcut 1] button again.
8. When finished, disconnect the USB cable.
[ Warning ]
✤
This function works only with printers that support PictBridge.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
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Number of copies and imprint options can be set in the menu. Press the [MENU] button to access the function.
For printing information, refer to the User's manual of the printer.
Depending on the printer, printing failure may occur. In this case, download JPEG files directly to the PC and print them.
Depending on the printer, date and time imprint option may not be supported. In this case, date and time menu will not be
displayed.
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How to set to
Storage mode
8
Storage Mode
Using as a Mass Storage Device ...................................................134
Using as a Mass Storage Device...............................................134
1. Turn the Mode Dial to
Storage mode.
2. Press the [POWER] button to
turn on the Miniket Photo.
Power
Button
POWER
W
T
◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to
avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.
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Storage Mode: Using as a Mass Storage Device
Using as a Mass Storage Device
You can use your Miniket Photo as a mass storage device.
1. Connect the Miniket Photo to the PC with the
provided USB cable as shown in the diagram.
2. Turn on your PC.
3. Turn the Mode Dial to Storage mode.
4. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket
Photo.
5. Select the memory to use the removable disk.
◆
◆
Windows XP: Dialog windows may pop up overlapped.
You can select desired memory type. Internal memory is
displayed<Miniket> and mini SD card is displayed
<Removable Disk>.
Other than Windows XP: It appears to have two instances of “Removable Disk”. If it displays D and E drives as
removable disks, D is the mini SD card and E is the internal memory.
6. After copying to desired files on PC, you can copy to memory(Internal memory or mini SD card).
◆
In Windows XP
Internal Memory: <Miniket> - <MISC>
External Memory (mini SD card): <Removable Disk> - <MISC>
7. When finished, disconnect the USB cable.
[ Warning ]
✤
✤
You cannot create a new folder on your Miniket Photo set.
If you create a new folder using a PC, it will not appear on the set.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
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Disconnecting the USB cable while the data transfer will stop the data transfer and might damage the data stored.
Multiple USB devices connected to a PC or using USB hubs may cause communication / installation errors with the Miniket Photo.
Pop up dialogs will appear differently whether the memory has files or not.
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9
Miscellaneous
Information
Connecting to a PC..........................................................................136
Supported USB Speed according to Operating System ...........136
Recommended System Requirements ......................................136
Installing Software ...........................................................................137
Installing DV Media Pro 1.0........................................................137
Installing DV Media Pro 1.0 / Video Studio ...............................138
Connecting To Other Devices .......................................................139
Connecting to a PC Using USB Cable ......................................139
Connecting to a TV Monitor .......................................................140
Connecting to a VCR..................................................................141
Printing Photos ................................................................................142
Printing with DPOF .....................................................................142
Cleaning and Maintenance .............................................................143
After using the Miniket photo......................................................143
Cleaning the Body ......................................................................144
Regarding the Battery.................................................................145
Using Abroad ..............................................................................146
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Miscellaneous Information : Connecting to a PC
Supported USB Speed according to Operating System
The USB driver supports High Speed USB 2.0 communication only under the Microsoft(Windows) and Apple(Mac OS X),
operating systems.
✤
✤
Windows 98SE/ME: Full Speed USB
Window 2000 SP4: High Speed USB only with the Service
Pack 4 or higher installed
✤
✤
Windows XP: High Speed USB only with the Service Pack1
Installed
Mac OS X: High Speed USB on 10.3 or higher
Recommended System Requirements
Windows Environment
Minimum
Macintosh Environment
Recommended
Minimum
Recommended
G4 Processor
CPU
Pentium III / 800MHz
Pentium IV / 2GHz
G3 / 500MHz
OS
Windows 98SE/ME
Windows 2000 SP4/XP
Mac OS 10.2
Mac OS 10.3
Memory
256MB
512MB or above
128MB
512MB or above
Free space
on the hard disk
1.2 GB or above
2GB or above
1 GB or above
2GB or above
Display Resolution
1024 x 768 dots
24bit colour
1024x768 dots
24-bit colour
800x600 dots
16-bit colour
1024x768 dots
24-bit colour
USB
USB 1.1
USB 2.0 High Speed
USB 1.1
USB 2.0 High Speed
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
136
Movie playback or movie editing may be difficult on a slower-than-recommended PC. .
Multiple USB devices connected to a PC or using USB hubs may cause communication / installation errors with the Miniket Photo.
Disconnecting the USB cable during the data transfer will stop the communication and may damage data stored in the memory.
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Miscellaneous Information : Installing Software
Installing DV Media Pro 1.0
You need to install DV Media Pro 1.0 to play back recorded movie files or the transferred data from Miniket Photo with the USB
cable on your PC.
Before your start!
◆ Turn on your PC. Exit all other applications running.
◆ Insert the provided CD into the CD-ROM drive.
The setup screen appears automatically soon after the CD was inserted. If the setup screen does not appear, click on the
“Start” on the bottom left corner and select “Run” to display a dialog. Type “D:\autorun.exe” and then press ENTER, if your
CD-ROM drive is mapped to “D:Drive”.
Installing Driver - DV Driver and DirectX 9.0
◆ DV Driver is a software driver that is required to support establishing connection to a PC.
(If it is not installed, some functions will not be supported.)
1. Click on “DV Driver” on the Setup screen.
◆ Driver software required is installed automatically. Following drivers will be installed:
- USB Removable disk driver (Windows 98 SE only)
- USB PC-CAMERA driver
2. Click on <Confirm> to finish driver installation.
◆ Windows 98 SE users need to restart the PC.
3. If the "DirectX 9.0" is not installed, it is installed automatically after setting "DV Driver".
◆ After installing DirectX 9.0, PC needs to restart.
◆ If DirectX 9.0 is installed already, there is no need to restart of PC.
Application Installation - Video Codec
◆ Click on “Video Codec” on the Setup screen.
Video Codec is required to play movie files recorded by Miniket Photo on a PC.
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Miscellaneous Information : Installing Software
Installing DV Media Pro 1.0 / Video Studio
Application Installation – Photo Express
1. Click “Photo Express” on the Setup screen.
◆
It is a photo editing tool that allows users to edit images.
Application Installation – Quick Time
1. Click “Quick Time” on the Setup screen.
◆
QuickTime is Apple's technology for handling movie, sound, animation, graphics, text, music, and even 360-degree virtual
reality (VR) scenes.
Setting up the Video Studio
After inserting the CD, the setup screen displays automatically. Follow the instruction to start installation.
It is a video editing tool that allows users to edit movie files.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
✤
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For photo editing, use Photo Express.
For movie playback on a PC, it is required to install software in this order : DV Driver - DirectX 9.0 - Video Codec
For movie editing, use the Video Studio.
For PC Cam use, it is required to install the DV Driver.
Compatibility warning pop-up message may appear depending on PC manufacturers. Click on “Continue” to proceed following instructions.
You have to install “DV Driver”, “Video Codec” and “DirectX 9.0” to run DV Media Pro 1.0 properly.
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Miscellaneous Information : Connecting To Other Devices
Connecting to a PC Using USB Cable
Connect to a PC with the provided USB cable. You can view your files on your PC.
Connecting to a PC – Playing Files
1. Connect the Miniket Photo to the PC with the provided USB cable
as shown in the diagram.
USB cable
2. Turn the Mode Dial to desired mode.
3. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Miniket Photo.
4. Set the desired memory type on the PC.
◆ Windows XP: Dialog windows may pop up overlapped.
You can select desired memory type. Internal memory is
displayed<Miniket> and mini SD card is displayed <Removable Disk>.
◆ Other than Windows XP: It appears to have two instances of
“Removable Disk”. If it displays D and E drives as removable disks, D
is the mini SD card and E is the internal memory.
5. Copy the file to your PC.
It is recommended to copy the file onto the PC and playback on the PC for better performance.
6. Double-click on the copied file name.
It starts to play back.
Disconnecting from a PC
1. Click on the “Safely remove hardware” tray icon on the bottom right side of the desktop.
Select the device and click on the “Stop” button.
2. When the message saying that it is safe to remove the hardware appears, unplug the cable from the PC.
[ Warning ]
✤ When data communication is disrupted due to static electricity, magnetic field or other reason, restart the programme or try to
disconnect / connect the communication cable (USB Cable) again.
✤ In Windows XP, be informed that dialog windows may pop up overlapped.
[ Notes ]
✤ Multiple USB devices connected to a PC or using USB hubs may cause communication / installation errors with the Miniket Photo.
✤ Pop up dialogs will appear differently whether the memory has files or not.
✤ Refer to page 136 for PC recommendations on USB use. Some PCs meeting the requirements may not support proper USB
operation due to various reasons. Please refer to the product documentation of the PC for further details.
✤ If you disconnect the USB cable from the PC or the Miniket Photo during the data transfer, the data transfer will stop and the data
may be damaged.
✤ The Miniket Photo may operates abnormally in the recommended system environment depending on the assembling of PC. For
example, the video file is played abnormally.
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Miscellaneous Information : Connecting To Other Devices
Connecting to a TV Monitor
You can connect your Miniket Photo directly to a TV set. Set the appropriate video output when viewing movie on the TV
(refer to page 45). Insert the Battery Pack.
1. Connect the provided Audio/Video cable to the
[Earphones and AV jack] of the Miniket Photo.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to the TV set
by matching the colours of the terminals.
3. Turn on the TV and set the <Source> to the
external input source you connected the cable.
◆
<Source> may be represented as <Line In>, <Input>,
<A/V Input>, etc. depending on the manufacturer.
4. Turn the Mode Dial to Movie mode.
◆
Movie Record mode is displayed on the TV screen.
5. Press the [Shortcut 1] button to switch to Movie Play mode.
◆
Select a movie file to play.
6. Move the joystick left / right to select a movie and then press the joystick (OK).
◆
◆
◆
It begins playback.
To pause playback, press the joystick (OK).
To stop playback, hold down the joystick (OK).
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
✤
✤
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You can play back photo files as well as movie files.
When connected to other devices with the Audio/Video cable, no screen is displayed on the LCD monitor.
AV equipments other than TV may not properly receive AV signal.
When you connect your Miniket Photo with a TV, icons may appear cut out on the TV screen.
Line Input
VIDEO AUDIO
(L) (R)
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Miscellaneous Information : Connecting To Other Devices
Connecting to a VCR
You can connect your Miniket Photo to a TV set through a VCR.
1. Connect the provided Audio/Video Cable to the [Earphones and AV jack] of the Miniket Photo.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to the VCR
set by matching the colours of the terminals.
Line Input
VIDEO AUDIO
(L) (R)
3. Connect the Audio/Video Cable from TV Input
to Video Output.
Line Output
Line Input
4. Turn on the TV and set the <Source> to the
external input source.
5. Turn on the VCR and set the <Source> to the
external input source where you connected the
Miniket Photo.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
You can play back photo files as well as the movie files.
When connected to other devices with the Audio/Video cable, no screen is displayed on the LCD monitor.
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Miscellaneous Information : Printing Photos
Printing with DPOF
DPOF (Digital Printing Order Format) defines the print information for each photo on the mini SD card. You can easily make
prints using a DPOF-compatible printer or order copies from commercial digital image developers.
Printing DPOF files in the mini SD card
1. Set the DPOF information for the photo you want to print. (Refer to page 87)
2. Insert a mini SD card into the DPOF- supporting printer.
3. Follow the steps of the printer to print out photos.
[ Notes ]
✤
✤
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For further details about printing photos, refer to the user's manual of the printer.
Printing may not be performed depending on types of printers.
In this case, download JPEG files directly to the PC and print them.
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Miscellaneous Information : Cleaning and Maintenance
After using the Miniket Photo
✤
For the safekeeping of the Miniket Photo, follow these steps.
✓
✓
✓
✤
✤
✤
✤
To prevent any damage to the LCD monitor, do not apply excessive force to its moving parts.
Do not drop or in any way shock the Miniket Photo.
For prolonged use of the Miniket Photo, avoid using it in places subject to excessive humidity or dust.
Do not leave the Miniket Photo in places subject to:
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✤
Excessive humidity, steam, soot, or dust.
Excessive shock or vibration.
Extremely high (over 50°C or 122°F) or extremely low (under 0°C or 32°F) temperatures.
Strong electromagnetic fields.
Direct sunlight or in a closed car on a hot day.
For the safe use of the battery pack, follow these guidelines:
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✤
Turn the Miniket Photo off.
Remove the battery pack (refer to page 20).
Remove the mini SD card (refer to page 33).
To conserve battery power, be sure to turn off the Miniket Photo when not in use.
Battery consumption may vary depending on the condition of use. Recording with many starts and stops, frequent
zooming, and recording in low temperatures will shorten actual recording times.
Dispose of used battery packs promptly. Do not dispose of Battery Packs by burning them.
The battery pack will become warm during charging and use. This is not a malfunction.
The battery pack has a limited service life. If the period of use becomes noticeably shorter with a normal charge, the
battery pack is at the end of its service life. Replace it with a new battery pack.
For the safe use of the mini SD card, follow these guidelines:
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
The mini SD card should be stored away from heaters and other heat sources. Avoid storing mini SD cards under direct
sunlight and avoid electromagnetic fields.
Do not power off any devices while transferring data, as this may destroy the data.
Back up your image data often to a hard disk or other permanent storage media.
Format the mini SD card periodically.
When formatting the mini SD card, format in the Miniket Photo.
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Miscellaneous Information : Cleaning and Maintenance
Cleaning the Body
✤
To Clean the Exterior of the Miniket Photo
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
To clean the exterior, use a soft dry cloth. Wipe the body gently.
Do not apply excessive force when cleaning, gently rub the surface.
The LCD monitor surface should not be pressed. Use a soft dry cloth to clean the surface.
To clean the lens, use an optional air blower to blow out dirt and other small objects. Do not wipe the lens with a cloth or
your fingers. If necessary, use lens cleaning paper.
Do not use thinner, alcohol, or benzene for cleaning. Otherwise, the finish may be damaged.
Cleaning should be done only after the battery pack has been removed, and other power sources have been
disconnected.
[ Note ]
✤
144
If the lens looks dimmer, turn off the Miniket Photo and leave it for about 1 hour.
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Miscellaneous Information : Cleaning and Maintenance
Regarding the Battery
■
■
■
■
Do not short the battery or dispose of the battery in
fire.
Do not disassemble the battery. The battery could
explode or catch fire.
■
Be sure to turn the [Power] button off when not
recording or playing back. The battery power is also
consumed in standby, playback, and pause modes.
Use only recommended batteries and accessories.
Use of batteries not expressly recommended for this
equipment may cause an explosion or leakage,
resulting in fire, injury, or damage to the
surroundings.
■
Have your battery packs ready for two to three times
the expected recording time, and make trial
recordings before make the actual recording.
Insert the battery according to the instructions.
Improperly installed batteries can cause damage to
the Miniket Photo.
■
When you do not use the Miniket Photo for a long
time, remove the battery pack. Otherwise, the
battery may leak. To avoid damage to the product,
be sure to remove the battery when no charge
remains.
Battery Pack performance decreases when the
surrounding temperature is 10°C (50°F) or below,
and shortens the battery life. In that case, do one of
the following so that the durability of the battery life
can be extended for a longer period of time.
- Put the battery pack in a pocket to warm it up,
and insert it in your Miniket Photo immediately
prior to use.
■
Do not expose the battery pack to water.
The battery pack is not water resistant.
■
Keep the battery out of reach of children. If it is
swallowed, seek medical assistance immediately.
■
Wipe the battery with a clean dry cloth to ensure
proper contact.
■
Do not pick up the battery using metal tools as this
may cause a short circuit.
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Miscellaneous Information : Cleaning and Maintenance
Using Abroad
✤
✤
Each country or region has its own electric system and TV standards (NTSC / PAL)
Before using the Miniket Photo abroad, check the following items:
Power Sources
✤
✤
You can use the Miniket Photo in any country or area with the supplied AC Power Adapter where the power input range is 100V 240V, 50/60Hz.
Use a commercially available AC plug adapter if necessary, depending on the design of the local wall outlets.
TV Standards
✤
You can view your movie files using the built-in LCD monitor. However, to view your recordings on a television set or to copy it to a
video cassette recorder (VCR), the television set or the VCR must comply with the TV standard and have the appropriate Audio /
Video ports. You can set the TV standard of the Miniket Photo for its video output.
PAL-Compatible Countries / Regions
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, CIS, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Great Britain,
Holland, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Malaysia, Mauritius, Norway, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovak
Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Thailand, Tunisia, etc.
NTSC-Compatible Countries / Regions
Bahamas, Canada, Central America, Japan, Mexico, Philippines, Korea, Taiwan, United States of America, etc.
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Troubleshooting : Self-Diagnosis Display
Self-Diagnosis Display
Display
Memory Full!
Paper Error!
Print Error!
Ink Error!
Connect USB Cable!
Low Battery!
Card Error
Not formatted!
Write Error!
Read Error!
Protect!
Informs that…
Not enough free space for saving files.
The paper is not inserted or set improperly.
Paper jam or other printing error occurred.
Ink is low.
USB cable is not connected or set improperly.
Battery Power is low.
The mini SD card is not inserted or damaged.
The mini SD card is not formatted.
Failed to write a file.
Failed to read a file.
The file is protected.
Action
Check the space of internal memory or the external memory.
Check the paper in the printer. If there is no paper, insert paper.
Check the printer message. Refer to the printer manual for details.
Replace ink or toner.
Check the USB connection. Disconnect and try to connect again.
Charge the Battery Pack or connect the AC Power Adapter.
Replace the mini SD card.
Format the mini SD card or replace with a formatted one.
Check the memory space or format of the mini SD card.
Delete the damaged / corrupted file.
To delete a protected file, unlock the protection prior to deletion.
Checklist
✤
Before contacting service personnel, please read and check following table. If the problem continues, contact your nearest
Samsung dealer or authorised service centre / personnel.
Symptom
No Power is supplied.
Date / Time is wrong
Focus does not adjust automatically
The mini SD card will not load properly.
Colour balance of the picture is not natural.
Digital zoom does not work.
Files stored in the mini SD card can not be
deleted.
Possible Causes
The power is not connected properly.
The battery is dead.
The battery is too cold.
The Date / Time is not set.
Focus mode is set to manual.
Recording was done in a too-dark place.
Lens is covered with condensation.
The mini SD card is inserted improperly.
Foreign substances are in the memory slot.
White balance setting is not suitable for the
recording situation.
The digital effect is set enabled.
Mini SD card is protected.
The file is protected.
Measure
Connect the AC Power Adapter properly, page 24
Replace with a new Battery Pack.
Warm up the battery or move it to a warmer place.
Set the Date / Time, pages 42
Set the focus mode to <Auto>.
Use a strobe or light the place.
Clear the lens and check the focus.
Insert the mini SD card properly, page 33.
Clear the memory slot.
Set proper white balance, page 69.
Turn off the Digital Effects, page 66.
Release the mini SD card protection tab.
Unlock the protection of the file, page 84.
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Troubleshooting : Self-Diagnosis Display
Symptom
Images on the LCD monitor appear dark.
Play, rewind, and fast forward do not work.
Mini SD card cannot play back (Photo Mode)
No picture is taken when [Record / Stop]
button is fully pressed.
Built-in flash will not go off
Possible Causes
Ambient light is too bright.
Ambient temperature is too low.
Measure
Adjust the LCD brightness, page 41.
Low temperature may produce a dark LCD screen. It is normal,
not a malfunction.
Select Movie Mode and press the [Shortcut 1] button.
Select Photo Mode and press the [Shortcut 1] button.
Empty the mini SD card to make free memory space.
Format the mini SD card.
Select different flash mode, page 71.
Flash will not work in Movie Mode.
Select Movie Mode.
Pressing any button will turn the Miniket Photo back on.
Pressing the button once again will operate its original function.
Photo Mode is selected.
Movie Mode is selected.
Not enough free memory space.
Mini SD card was formatted using another device.
Flash mode is set to Off
Movie Mode is selected.
Cannot record a movie
Photo Mode is selected.
LCD monitor turns off automatically.
To save power consumption, the LCD monitor and
the Miniket photo goes down if there is no button
operation for a certain period of time (depending on
the operation mode), which is not a malfunction.
Maximum recording time and photo capacity Recording / lighting conditions may affect the size It is normal, not a malfunction.
is different than the specifications.
of the recordings.
Audio and Video does not play back.
Damaged data file.
Static electricity and strong magnetic fields may damage the
data stored in the mini SD card. Be careful with handling the
mini SD card. Damaged data cannot be recovered.
Photo
viewing
does
not
support
audio.
It is normal, not a malfunction.
No audio plays when viewing photos.
Subject is moving fast.
It is normal. It is not malfunction. When you play back the movie
Movie plays with mosaic and / or blockBy the nature of MPEG4 playback.
on a PC, it plays back properly.
shaped noise.
Data file does not comply with the supported file Non-supported file formats will not play. It is normal, not a
Data copied from a PC will not play.
format.
malfunction.
Required driver / application software are not
Install the required driver / application software, including the
MPEG4 movie taken will not play on a PC
properly installed.
CODEC from the provided CD, page 137.
The encoding format of the music file may not comply with a
Music files will not play on the Miniket Photo Data file does not comply with a supported file
format.
supported file format. Check the music file.
Check the cable connections, page 140.
Audio / Video will not play when connected to Cable connection was done improperly.
The <Source> of the TV is set improperly.
Set the <source> to external input on the TV.
a TV / VCR.
Set the mode to Movie play by pressing the [Shortcut1] button,
page 140.
Mode is set to Recording mode.
OSD will not appear on the TV monitor.
Set the mode to Movie Play, page 139.
TV set may not support on screen text display
It is normal, not a malfunction.
depending on manufacturer.
Focus is not set properly and the image looks
Image looks blurry.
Check the lens is clean and no fingerprints or other foreign
blurry.
substances are contaminating the surface.
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Using the Menu
Settings
1. Memory
Memory Type
Int.
... Memory
Memory
Card
File No.
Reset
Series
Format
Int. Memory
Memory Card
Memory Space
000MB/000MB
2. Display
LCD Brightness
00
0%
...
100%
31
3. Date/Time
Date&Time Set
Date Format
YYYY/MM/DD
DD/MM/YYYY
MM/DD/YYYY
Date/Time
Off
Date
Time
Date&Time
Photo
4. System
NTSC/PAL
NTSC
...
PAL
Beep Sound
Off
On
Shutter Sound
Off
On
Language
English /
/
Español / Français /
Português / Deutsch /
Italiano / Nederlands /
Polski / PÛÒÒÍËÈ /
/
Magyar / ‰ ∑¬ /
Í‡ªÌҸ͇
ì
/ Svenska
Mode Display
Off
On
Auto Shut off
Off
3 min
5 min
Reset
Start
1. Capture
Scene
Auto / Manual / Night /
Portrait / Children /
Landscape / Close-up /
Sunset / Dawn /
Backlight / Fireworks /
Beach/Snow
Photo Size
5M / 4M / 3M / 2M /
1M / VGA
Photo Quality
Super Fine
Fine
Normal
Metering
Multi
Center
Spot
Self Timer
Off
2 sec
10 sec
Multi Shot
Off
Normal
AEB
Digital Effect
Off
Sepia
Nega
BLK&WHT
EV
+2.0 / +1.6 / +1.3 / +1.0 /
+0.6 / +0.3 / 0 / -0.3 / -0.6
/ -1.0 / -1.3 / -1.6 / -2.0
ISO
Auto
100
200
400
White Balance
Auto
Daylight
Cloudy
Fluorescent H
Fluorescent L
Tungsten
Custom WB
Macro
Off
Macro
Super Macro
Flash
Off
Auto
Red-eye
Fill-in
Slow Sync.
Sharpness
Soft
Normal
Sharp
Focus
Multi AF
Center AF
Spot AF
Anti-Shake
Off
On
Digital Zoom
Off
On
Imprint
Off
Date
Date&Time
Memory Type
Int. Memory
Memory Card
2. View
Delete
Select
All
Protect
Select
All
Rotate
Right(90º)
Left(90º)
Updown(180º)
Resize
4M / 3M / 2M / 1M / VGA
Slide
Start
Interval
Repeat
DPOF
Select
All
Memory Type
Int. Memory
Memory Card
Copy (to)
Select
All
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Using the Menu
Movie
1. Record
Program AE
Auto
Sports
Spotlight
Beach/Snow
White Balance
Auto
Daylight
Cloudy
Fluorescent H
Fluorescent L
Tungsten
Digital Effect
Off
Sepia
Nega
BLK&WHT
Macro
Off
Macro
Movie Quality
Super Fine
Fine
Normal
Movie Size
640x480
320x240
Self Timer
Off
2 sec
10 sec
Wind Cut
Off
On
150
Music
Memory Type
Int. Memory
Memory Card
2. Play
Delete
Select
All
Protect
Select
All
All Play
Start
Repeat
1. Play
Repeat
Off
One
Group
All
Shuffle
Equalizer
Normal
Pop
Jazz
Classic
Delete
Select
All
Memory Type
Protect
Int. Memory
Memory Card
Select
All
Copy (to)
Select
All
Memory Type
Int. Memory
Memory Card
Voice
1. Record
2. Play
Repeat
Off
One
All
Shuffle
Delete
Select
All
Protect
Select
All
Memory Type
Int. Memory
Memory Card
Copy (to)
Select
All
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Specifications
Model Name
The System
Movie
Photo
Music
Voice
Storage Media
LCD Panel
Internal Memory Capacity
Camera
Imaging Sensor
Zoom Ratio
Focal Length
Shutter Speed
Metering Method
Electric Exposure Compensation
ISO
White Balance
Self Timer
Multi Shot
Macro
Scene Modes
Photo Size
Flash
Focus Method
VP - MS10(S/BL/R)/ MS11(S/BL/R)/ MS12(S/BL/R)/ MS15(S/BL/R)
MPEG4 AVI Format
JPEG (DPOF, Exif 2.2)
Stereo Playback (Earphones)
Wave file record / play (8KHz Sampling, 16bit, Mono)
Internal flash memory / mini SD card
2.5” Trans reflective, 150K pixels
VP - MS10 : 64MB/ MS11 : 128MB/ MS12 : 256MB/ MS15 : 512MB
1/2.5 inch CCD, 5.25 Mega-pixel (Total Pixel)
X3 (Optical) / X5 (Digital)
f=6.3 ~ 18.9mm, F3.5 (W) ~ 4.3 (T)
8 ~ 1/2000 sec
Multi / Center / Spot
±2.0 V (0.3EV Step)
Auto, 100, 200, 400
Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Fluorescent H, Fluorescent L, Tungsten, Custom WB
2 seconds, 10 seconds
3 continuous pictures, AEB (Automatic Exposure Bracketing)
Super Macro: 1 ~ 5 cm
Macro: 10 ~ 50 cm
Manual, Auto, Night, Portrait, Children, Landscape, Close-up, Sunset, Dawn,
Backlight, Fireworks, Beach / Snow
2592X1944, 2272X1704, 2048X1536, 1600X1200, 1024X768, 640X480
Auto, Red-eye, Fill-in, Slow Sync.
Multi, Center, Spot
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Specifications
Connectors
USB
DC Power In Connector
Earphones
Common
Connectors AV Input / Output
General
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Power Source
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Weight
Built-in Microphone
AC Power Adapter
Input Voltage
Output Voltage
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Dimensions
Weight
USB-Mini B type (USB 2.0 High Speed)
Proprietary 3 pins connector
ø3.5 Stereo
Video: 1.0Vp_p, 75Ω, Audio: -7.5dBm 47KΩ
0°C (32°F) ~ 40° (104°F)
10% ~ 80%
3.7V (Li-Ion Battery Pack), 4.8V (AC Power Adapter)
95mm x 56 mm x 19 mm (excluding extrusions)
143g (Including Battery Pack)
Omni-directional Stereo condenser microphone
AC 100 ~ 240V, 50 / 60 Hz
DC 4.8V, 1.0 A
0°C (32°F) ~ 40° (104°F)
10% ~ 80%
70 mm x 30 mm x 42 mm
89.5g
The product design and specifications are subject to change without notice for better performance and quality.
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Index
-A-
-F-
AC Power Adapter .........................................................................13, 24
Auto Shut off ........................................................................................50
Anti-Shake............................................................................................75
File No. ................................................................................................38
Formatting ............................................................................................39
Focus....................................................................................................74
-B-
-H-
Battery Pack.........................................................................................20
Beep Sound .........................................................................................46
Hand Strap ...........................................................................................13
-C-
ISO Sensitivity......................................................................................68
Internal Memory ...................................................................................37
-ICharging the Battery ............................................................................24
Capturing..............................................................................................53
Copy (to)................................................................................88, 110,128
Cleaning and Maintenance........................................................143~146
-JJoystick.................................................................................................29
-DDate&Time Set...............................................................................42~44
Digital Effect ...................................................................................66, 97
Digital Zoom .........................................................................................76
DPOF ...........................................................................................87, 142
DV Media Pro 1.0 .......................................................................137,138
-LLanguage .............................................................................................48
Lithium Ion Battery Pack......................................................................13
-M-EEarphones ...........................................................................................13
EV ......................................................................................................67
Exposure ..............................................................................................67
Mini SD card.........................................................................................32
Metering................................................................................................63
Macro....................................................................................................70
Mode Dial .............................................................................................26
Movie ....................................................................................................89
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Index
-N-
-T-
NTSC..................................................................................................146
Troubleshooting .........................................................................147, 148
-P-
-U-
PC Cam..............................................................................................130
PictBridge ...........................................................................................132
Protection ...............................................................................83,108,119
Play ...................................................................................55,92,113,122
PAL ....................................................................................................146
USB ...................................................................................................139
-VVoice Record......................................................................................121
-Q-
-W-
Quality .............................................................................................62,99
Wind Cut.............................................................................................102
-R-
-Z-
Resetting ..............................................................................................51
Record................................................................................................121
Zooming In and Out.......................................................................54, 91
-SShutter Sound ......................................................................................47
Sepia ...............................................................................................66,97
Self Timer ......................................................................................64,101
Slideshow .............................................................................................86
Shortcut Button ....................................................................................28
Safety Instructions............................................................................8~11
Self Diagnosis Display ................................................................147,148
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Power Sources (United Kingdom Only)
The plug used on this product is a unitary transformer plug and is designed specifically for this Miniket Photo it must never be
replaced or removed with any other type of plug.
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UNITED KINGDOM
This Samsung product is warranted for the period of twelve
(12) months from the original date of purchase, against
defective materials and workmanship. In the event that
warranty service is required, you should return the product to
the retailer from whom it was purchased.
However, Samsung Authorised Dealers and Authorised
Service Centres in other EC Countries will comply with the
warranty on the terms issued to purchasers in the country
concerned. In case of difficulty, details of our Authorised
Service Centres are available from:
Samsung Electronics U.K. Ltd.
Unit C, Stafford Park 12
Telford, Shropshire
TF3 3BJ
The United Kingdom
Tel: 0870 242 0303, Fax: 01952 297617
www.samsung.com/uk
■ WARRANTY CONDITIONS
1. The warranty is only valid if, when warranty service is
required, the warranty card is fully and properly completed
and is presented with the original invoice or sales slip or
confirmation, and the serial number on the product has not
been defaced.
2. Samsung’s obligations are limited to the repair or, at its
discretion, replacement of the product or the defective part.
3. Warranty repairs must be carried out by Authorised
Samsung Dealers or Authorised Service Centres. No reimbursement will be made for repairs carried out by non
Samsung Dealers and, any such repair work and damage to
the products caused by such repair work will not be covered
by this warranty.
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
4. This product is not considered to be defective in materials
nor workmanship by reason that it requires adaptation in
order to conform to national or local technical or safety
standards in force in any Country other than the one for
which the product was originally designed and
manufactured. This warranty will not cover, and no reimbursement will be made for such adaptation nor any
damage which may result.
5. This warranty covers none of the following:
a) Periodic check ups, maintenance and repair or
replacement of parts due to normal wear and tear.
b) Cost relating to transport, removal or installation of the
product.
c) Misuse, including the failure to use this product for its
normal purposes or incorrect installation.
d) Damage caused by Lightning, Water, Fire, Acts of God,
War, Public Disturbances, incorrect mains voltage,
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purchase contract or otherwise are not affected by this
warranty. Unless there is national legislation to the contrary,
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and Samsung, its subsidiaries and distributors shall not be
liable for indirect or consequential loss or any damage to
records, compact discs, videos or audio taper or any other
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Agaphtev pelavth,
Saı eucaristouvme gia thn empistosuvnh pou deivxate sthn
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To proiovn autov thı SAMSUNG eivnai egguhmevno gia perivodo
dwvdeka (12) mhnwvn apov thn hmeromhniva agoravı tou gia
antallaktikav kai ergatikav. Sthn perivptwsh pou qa
creiasteiv episkeuhv, to proiovn autov thı SAMSUNG qa
prevpei na staleiv hv na metaferqeiv sto exousiodothmevno
service, me evxoda tou agorasthv.
Exousiodothmevnoi antiprovswpoi kai exousiodothmevna kevntra
service se avlleı Eurwpaikevı cwvreı, qa apodecqouvn touı
ovrouı thı egguvhshı.
Plhroforiveı gia ta exousiodothmevna kevntra service sthn
Ellavda, mporeivte na pavrete apov thn
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service kai h kavrta egguvhshı evcei plhvrwı sumplhrwqeiv
kai sfragisqeiv apov to katavsthma agoravı. Epivshı prevpei
na proskomisqeiv kai to timolovgio hv h apovdeixh
lianikhvı pwvlhshı, pavnw sthn opoiva o seiriakovı ariqmovı
tou proiovntoı prevpei na eivnai eukrinhvı.
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tou proiovntoı
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exousiodothmevna kevntra service hv exousiodothmevnouı
antiproswvpouı thı SAMSUNG. Kamiva apozhmivwsh den qa
givnei apodekthv gia episkeuhv pou evcei givnei apov mh
exousiodothmevno apov thn SAMSUNG sunergeivo.
4. To proiovn autov den qa qewrhqeiv ellatwmatikov sta ulikav hv
sthn ergasiva episkeuhvı eavn qa prevpei na prosarmosteiv,
metatrapeiv hv ruqmisteiv wvste na summorfwqeiv me tiı
topikevı tecnikevı prodiagrafevı hv prodiagrafevı pou
iscuvoun se cwvra avllh apov authv gia thn opoiva proorizovtan
hv kataskeuavsthke.
H egguvhsh authv den kaluvptei apozhmiwvseiı giaÚ
* Kefalevı bivnteo kai kasetofwvnwn
* Kefalevı binteokavmeraı
* Gennhvtrieı aktinwvn Iaser sta CD, DVD
* Thleceiristhvria
* Lucniveı fouvrnwn mikrokumavtwn
* Prosarmogevı, metatropevı hv ruqmivseiı, anexavrthta an
eivnai epituchvı hv anepituchvı, ouvte opoiadhvpote zhmiva
proevrcetai ex autouv...
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5. H egguvhsh authv den kaluvptei kamiva apov tiı parakavtw
periptwvseiıÚ
* Periodikouvı elevgcouı, sunthvrhsh kai episkeuhv hv
antikatavstash merwvn pou ofeivlontai se fusiologikhv
fqorav
* Ta evxoda kai touı kinduvnouı metaforavı pou
scetivzontai me thn egguvhsh autouv tou proiovntoı
* Zhmiva se autov to proiovn pou proevrcetai apovÚ
A. Katavcrhsh hv kai kakhv crhvsh, sumperilambanomevnhı
allav kai mh periorismevnhı seÚ
Mh crhvsh autouv tou proiovntoı gia touı skopouvı
pou fusiologikav proorivzetai hv suvmfwna me tiı
odhgiveı crhvsewı gia thn swsthv crhvsh kai
sunthvrhsh autouv tou proiovntoı
Thn egkatavstash kai crhvsh tou proiovntoı me
trovpouı pou antivkeintai stiı tecnikevı
prodiagrafevı asfaleivaı pou iscuvoun katav thn
crhvsh tou proiovntoı
B. Episkeuhv pou evgine apov mh exousiodothmevna
sunergeiva service
G. Atuchvmata, qeomhniveı hv opoiadhvpote aitiva pevra
tou elevgcou thı SAMSUNG, sumperilambanomevnwn
allav mh periorismevnwn twn keraunwvn, tou nerouv,
thı fwtiavı, twn dhmosivwn anataracwvn, tou kakouv
aerismouv klp.
D. H egguvhsh authv den ephreavzei ta dikaiwvmata tou
katanalwthv pou problevpontai apov thn efarmosteva
eqnikhv nomoqesiva pou iscuvei, ouvte ta dikaiwvmata
twn katanalwtwvnv enantivon twn lianopwlhtwvnv pou
aporrevoun apov thn suvmbash pwvlhshı.
E. Se perivptwsh pou den upavrcei eqnikhv nomoqesiva
authv h egguvhsh qa eivnai h monadikhv kai
apokleistikhv kavluyh tou katanalwthv gia kavqe
zhmiav.
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