Disney PIX CLICK Instructions Manual

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Disney PIX CLICK Instructions Manual | Manualzz

Disney Elements © Disney 2009. All rights reserved. All brands and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

TM and © 2009 Digital Blue, Inc.

Distributed by Digital Blue, Inc., 1517 Johnson Ferry Road, Marietta, GA, 30062

Table of Contents

Using the camera

Installing the Batteries

Camera Components

Display Screen

Camera Modes

Camera Memory

Taking Pictures with the Camera

Photography Tips

Using the Flash

Reviewing Pictures on the Camera

Deleting Pictures from the Camera

Downloading photos

Installing the Software

Downloading Pictures

Deleting Pictures from the Downloader

Editing photos

Launching the Software

Sharing your Photos

Battery Safety

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Installing the Batteries

The camera is powered by 3 AA batteries. Only use the battery specified by the manufacturer. You will need an adult to help you install the battery.

1 . Do not mix old and new batteries.


Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc), or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) batteries.


Only use the battery specified by the manufacturer.

To install the camera batteries:

1. Lift the rubber USB interface cover on the bottom of the camera and gently press the lever to the left.

2. Lift the faceplate off completely and place it to the side of the camera.

3. Insert the batteries using the battery polarity symbols (+/-) as a guide.

4. Replace the faceplate by gently placing it back on the camera body.

5. Replace the rubber USB cable connection cover on the bottom of the camera.

6. Turn the camera on by pressing the Power button. To turn the camera off, press the Power button again.


Note: If the camera is not used for one minute, it will automatically shut down. To restart the camera, press the Power button.

Camera Components

Snapshot Button



LED Status

Camera Lens


Power Button - press the Power button to turn the camera on and off.

Snapshot Button - Use the Snapshot button to take digital images.

LED Status - Flashes to let you know when you have successfully taken a picture.

Camera Lens - Make sure to keep the camera lens clean and clear when capturing images. Be sure not to black the lens with your finger!

Flash - Use the Flash in low light situations or to highlight the subject of your photo.


Display Screen Navigation Pad

USB Connection

(under cover)

USB Interface Cover

Display Screen - Use the Display Screen to preview the image you are going to take, review images you have taken, and to view your camera settings.


USB Connection - Connects the camera to your computer. Use the USB cable when you are ready to download your images.

USB Interface Cover - Covers the USB connection and the lever that allows you to remove the faceplate and change the batteries.

Flash/Up button

Left/Backward button Right/Forward button

OK button

Delete/Down button

Navigation Buttons - Press the Navigation buttons and to enter Playback Mode to scroll through stored images.

Flash/Up Button - Scrolls through the different flash options in Preview Mode.

Delete/Down Button - Press to delete one or several images from the camera in

Playback Mode.



Display Screen

Your camera’s Display Screen provides information about your camera settings.

View the diagram below to understand the symbols on the Display Screen.

The USB Connection icon appears when your camera is connected to your computer by the USB cable.

The Memory Full icon shows when you have filled your camera’s memory.

Connect the camera to your computer to download your photos.

This icon shows that one photo is about to be deleted.

This icon shows that all the pictures are about to be deleted.

Flash - Indicates whether the Flash is on, set on auto, or off.

On = Off = Auto =

Counter - Shows the estimated amount of images you are still able to take.

Battery Status - Shows how much battery life the camera has left. When the low battery image appears, make sure to change your batteries immediately. The camera will automatically shut down when the batteries are low.

Full = Half = Low =

Camera Modes

Your camera has two modes, Preview and Playback.

Preview mode - The camera will be in Preview Mode when it is turned on. Preview

Mode is used to view your subject when taking pictures.

Playback mode - This mode can be used to review or delete pictures in your camera’s memory by using and to scroll through your pictures.



Camera Memory

Your new camera stores pictures on its on-board memory. The Pix Click camera comes with 64 MB (approximately 300 photos) of on-board memory.

Taking pictures with your camera

Taking pictures with your digital camera is a fun way to share memories with your friends and family!

To take pictures with the camera:

1. Turn the camera on by pressing the Power button and wait until the preview is on the Display Screen.

2. Use the Display Screen to locate the subject of your picture and hold the camera steady.

3. Press the Snapshot button located on the top of the camera to take the picture.

The camera will beep and the LED will flash once.

Note: The counter on the display will decrease by one each time you take a picture until the memory is full.

Using the Flash

It is best to use the camera flash in low-light situations or when you want to make the subject of your picture stand out. The camera has three flash settings.

Flash On - When you turn the flash on, the camera’s flash will illuminate your subject. Select Flash On when you are taking pictures indoors or in low light conditions.

Flash Off When you turn the flash off, the flash will not illuminate your subject. Select Flash Off when you are trying to conserve your batteries or in welllit situations - like the beach!

Auto Flash - Use the Auto Flash setting when light conditions are changing.

The camera will determine if it needs the flash or not.

To change the flash setting:

1. Turn the camera on by pressing the Power button.

2. Press the Flash/Up Button until the correct selection is displayed.

3. Now you are ready to take a picture!

Note: When the flash is set to Flash On, it may take a few seconds between pictures for the flash to recharge.



Reviewing Pictures on the Camera

See your photos instantly by reviewing them on the Display Screen.

To review the pictures stored in the camera memory:

1. Turn the camera on by pressing the Power button.

2. Press the or to enter the Playback Mode.

3. Your camera will automatically return to Preview Mode after three seconds of inactivity if reviewing pictures.

Deleting Pictures from the Camera

If you take pictures you don’t like, it’s easy to delete them and make room for more pictures! Your camera allows you to delete one picture at a time or all of them at once.

To delete one picture from the camera memory:

1. Turn the camera on by pressing the Power button.

2. Press the or to enter Playback Mode.

3. Scroll through using the arrows to find your picture.

4. Once you get to the image you want to delete, press .

5. When you see on the screen, press OK to confirm.

To delete all the pictures on your camera:


Press the or to enter Playback Mode.

2. Press and hold the for three seconds.


When you see on the screen, press OK to confirm.



Installing the Software

You must install the Disney Pix software to download images to your computer.

Insert the Disney Pix software CD in your CD-ROM drive.

If the installation doesn’t automatically start, open My Computer and double-click the CD-ROM drive that contains the Disney Pix software. Double-click the install folder and run the Disney Pix 2.0.exe program. Follow the instruction on the screen.

Downloading Pictures

The Pix Downloader is a separate application that will be installed while you are installing Disney Pix. The Pix Downloader allows you to easily download your photos to your computer so you can edit them in Disney Pix.

To download pictures:

1. Make sure the Disney Pix software is installed on your computer.

2. Connect the camera to the PC using the supplied USB cable.

3. Launch the Downloader application by clicking on the Pix Downloader icon on the Desktop or by clicking on the Pix Downloader in the Start Menu.

When the Pix Downloader launches, the default directory will be

selected which is: My Documents\ My Pictures\ My Snapshots.

4. Click the Download button in the application window and wait for the pictures to download.


Close the Pix Downloader and launch the Disney Pix software.

Deleting Pictures from the Downloader

To delete pictures off the camera using the downloader interface:

1. Complete the download process following the steps in the previous section.

After the pictures have been downloaded, a Delete button will appear.

2. Press the Delete button and all the images will be erased permanently off

your camera.

Launching the Software

Make sure the software is installed on your computer. Launch the Disney Pix software by following these steps.

1. Double-click the Disney Pix icon on the desktop.


1. From the Windows Taskbar, click on Start and select All Programs or Programs.

2. From the Disney Pix sub-menu, click on the Disney Pix program icon.



Sharing your Photos

You can do many things with your photos.

• You can put your photos into a slide show by clicking the Presentation View

icon in the upper right corner of the screen.

• You can print your edited photos in several different sizes by going to the

File Menu and clicking on Print.

• You can also make your photos smaller so they can be emailed to your family

and friends.

To save your photos for emailing:

1. Click on the Save As button in the File Menu.

2. Click on Shrink It.

3. Click on Change Location and choose where you would like to save your photo.

4. Click OK.

5. Type in a name for your file and click OK again.

Now you have a smaller copy of your photo file, which can be conveniently attached to your emails!

Need Additional Help?

For additional product support visit


and select Customer Service.

If you are still having problems with the product, contact customer support at 888-800-0502.



Safety Warning

Avoid spilling any liquid onto or into the player.

Do not leave the player in a location near heat sources; in a location subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust, sand, moisture, rain or mechanical shock; on an unlevel surface; or in a car with the windows closed during periods of excessive heat.

IC Declaration

This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

FCC Declaration

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.


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