Sony DSC-S930 Digital Camera Owner's Manual

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Owner's Record
CAUTION
The model and serial numbers are located on the
bottom. Record the serial number in file space
provkled below. Refer to these numbers whenever
you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this
product.
Model No. DSC-S930
You are cautioned that an_ changes or
modifications not expressly approved in this
manual could void your authority to operate this
equipment.
Serial No.
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmflfl interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmflfl interference to
radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interli_reuce will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harnfful interli_rence to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
To reduce fire or shock hazard,
not expose
the unit to rain or
moisture.
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If you have any questions about this product, you
)nay call:
Sony Customer Information Center
1-8()()-222-SONY (7669)
The number below is lor the FCC related matters
only.
Regulatory Information
Party: Sony Electronics
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different fi'om that to which the
receiver is connected.
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: SONY
Model No.: DSC-S930
Responsible
Note:
Inc.
16530 Via Esprillo,
San Diego, CA 92127U.S.A.
Telephone No.: 858-942-223()
Consult the dealer or an experienced
technician for help.
radio/TV
Address:
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harnfful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interli_reuce received, including
interli_reuce that may cause undesired
operation.
The supplied interface cable nmst be used with the
equipment in order to comply with the limits lor a
digital device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of
FCC Rules.
Perchlorate
apply,
Material
- special
handling
)nay
See
www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate
Perchlorate
perchlorate.
Material:
Lithium
battery
contains
Notice for the customers in the
countries applying EU Directives
The m_mul_tcturer of this product is Son>
Corpor_tion, 1-%1 Konan Minato-ku Tokyo, 11)80075 Japan. The Authorized Representative lor
EMC and product safety is Sony Deutschland
GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61,7t)327 Stuttgart,
Germany.
For ally service or guarantee matters
please relier to the addresses given ill separate
service or guarantee documents.
This product has been tested and found compliant
with the limits set out in the EMC Directive lor
using comlection cables shorter than 3 meters (9.8
feet).
Attention
The electrom:_gnetic fields at tile specific
frequencies may influence tile picture and sound
of this unit.
Notice
It" static electricit2r or electrom:_gnetism cruises
data transllzr to discontinue midway (l_.til), restart
the application or disconnect and connect the
communication cable (USB, etc.) again.
Disposal of Old Electrical &
Electronic Equipment (Applicable
in the European Union and other
European countries with separate
collection systems)
This symbol on the product or on its packaging
indicates that this product shall not be treated as
household waste, lnstead it shall be handed over
to the applicable collection point for the recycling
of electrical and electronic equipment. By
ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you
will help prevent potential negative consequences
lor the environment and human health, which
could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste
handling of this product. The recycling of
materials will help to conserve natural resources.
For more detailed inlormation about recycling of
this product, please contact your local Civic
Office, your household waste disposal service or
tile shop where you purchased the product.
Disposal of waste batteries
(applicable in the European
Union and other European
countries with separate
collection systems)
This
symbol
indicates
on the battery
that
product
the battery
shall
not be treated
By ensuring
these
you will
negative
consequences
health
inappropriate
help
prevent
could
waste
handling
battery
staff
with
should
otherwise
will help
by
The
to conserve
peHnrmance
or
a permanent
an incorporated
be replaced
and
be caused
of the battery.
require
battery,
by qualified
this
service
only.
To ensure
that the battery
hand
the product
over
applicable
collection
electrical
point
batteries,
tn remnve
safely.
will be treated
at end=nf-lillz
and electronic
For all other
how
potentially
that lk_r safety,
reasons
connection
waste.
of
for the environment
which
of products
data integrity
this
are disposed
recycling
nfthe
materials
natural resnurces.
In case
with
as household
batteries
correctly,
hmnan
or on the packaging
provided
Hand
for the recycling
please
the battery
the battery
view
from
over
for the recycling
For more
detailed
inli)rmation
Civic
service
product.
Office,
please
your household
or the shop
where
the section
on
the product
to the applicable
point
or battery,
of
equipment.
collection
batteries.
this product
properly,
to tile
of waste
about
recycling
contact
waste
your
local
disposal
you purchased
the
of
Table of contents
Notes on using your camera
Getti n g started
....................................................................
.................................................................................
Checking the accessories
supplied
1 Inserting the batteries/"Memory
7
.........................................................
Stick Duo" media
8
2 Turning the camera on/setting the clock .............................................
images
easily
.................................................................
Shooting mode/Zoom/Flash/Macro/Self-timer/Display/Image
Viewing/deleting
7
(sold separately)
...................................................................................................................
Shooting
6
10
11
size ........ 12
images ...............................................................
14
Indicators on the screen ...............................................................
16
Changing
the settings - Menu/Setup
..........................................
Menu items .............................................................................................
18
20
Setup items .............................................................................................
Enjoying
your
computer
...............................................................
21
22
Supported Operating Systems for USB connection and application
software (supplied) .................................................................................
22
Viewing "Cyber-shot
...........................................................
23
................................................
24
Battery
Handbook".
life and memory
capacity
Battery life and number of images you can record/view
Number of still images and recordable
Troubleshooting
........................
24
time of movies ..........................
25
............................................................................
26
Batteries and power ...............................................................................
26
Shooting still images/movies
27
Viewing images
Precautions
Specifications
..................................................................
......................................................................................
27
....................................................................................
28
................................................................................
29
Notes on using yourcamera
Notes on the LCD screen and
lens
Internal memory and "Memory
Stick Duo" media back up
Do not turn ofl Ihe camera,
or remove
the "Memory
the access
lamp
memory
remo`,'e
Slick
is lit. Otherwise,
dala or "Memory
be damaged.
Be sure
prnlecl
data.
your
tile batteries,
Duo"
while
tile internal
Slick
lo make
media
Duo"
media
a backup
copy
• The LCD
of the pixels
may
effective
to
bright
dots (white,
appear
nu the LCD
Notes on recording/playback
you start
recording
recording,
to make
working
sure
use.
• When
a trial
dust-proof,
nor splashRead "Precaulions"
operating
the camera.
expnsing
the camera
to water.
II water
enters inside lhe camera,
a malfhuclion
may
()ccur. 111snme cases, lhe camera
canuot
be
repaired.
• Do nnl aim llle camera
lighl. 11 may
camera.
cause
strnng
radio
lhe camera
or play' back
may
a localion
waves
or emils
may
not properly
radialion.
record
in sandy
or dusty
using
condensation
the camera
• Dn not shake
a malfl.mclion
or strike
nccurs,
(page
the camera.
anti ynu may
images.
Furlhermore,
become
unusable
remove
11 may cause
data
media
may
may be
the flash
belore
use.
The
heal nl
flash ernissi`,m may cause dirl on tile flash
surlace
to become discolored
or to slick lo the
flash surfitce,
emission.
resulting
in insuflicient
lighl
level
becomes
Insert
dots are a
prncess,
low,
and
tile lens
new batteries
Hydride
or
batteries
and turn
again.
by JEITA
luformatinn
Assncialiou).
does
back
back
(Japan
Technology
not guaraulee
images
recorded
and
Ihal lhe camera
recnMed
or that oilier
images
Eleclrnnics
lnduslries
or ediled
equipment
wilh
,.,,;ill
wilh
will
other
play
file camera.
Warning on copyright
programs,
malerials
may
recoMing
ol such
fihns,
be cnpyrighled.
malerials
nl lhe cnpyrighl
videotapes,
and oilier
Unaulhorized
may be contrary
to the
laws.
No compensation for damaged
content or recording failure
loss
snrlace
These
and/nr
may
cnnforllls
_lilb DCF (Design
['tile
File system)
universal
standard
eslablished
Snny
damaged.
• Clean
• The calllera
for Camera
prnvisinns
11(tl be able Io record
the recoMing
or image
it
28).
black
tile recording.
Nickel-Metal
Television
localious
tiny
blue nr green)
screen.
moving.
equipmenl,
that
malflmclions.
• It" moisture
befi)re
near
some
red,
for
of the manufacturing
oi1 tile camera
• Sony
images.
the camera
cause
bright
()lille
sn nver
are operational
On image data compatibility
play
Otherwise,
• Using
al lhe sun or olher
lhe malfunclion
• Do not use lhe camera
generales
stop
using
teclmology,
However,
the battery
might
is
charged
28) before
• Avoid
result
dn not afflict
correctly.
• The camera
is neither
pronl, nor waler-prool.
(page
make
thal the camera
is manulhctured
high-precisinn
99.99%
normal
• Before
screen
extremely
cannot
compensate
or damage
malfunclion
etc.
ol recnrded
nl 1he camera
for failure
conteul
to recoM
due to a
or recording
media,
nr
Gettingstarted
Checkingthe accessoriessupplied
• LR6 (size AA) alkaline balleries (2)
• USB cable (1)
• Wrist
slrap
• CD-ROM
(1)
(1)
Cyber-shot application sol:ware
"Cyber-shot Handbook"
"Cyber-shot Step-up Guide"
• Instruction Manual (this manual) (1)
Attach the strap to prevent the camera
from damage by being dropped.
Hook
1 Inserting the batteries/"Memory Stick Duo" media (sold
separately)
(])Open
the batteryl"Memory
Olnsert
the "Memory
clicks.
Stick Duo" media (sold separately)
_)Match
+/-and
_)Close
the batteryl"Memory
all the way in until it
insert.
When there is no "Memory
The camera records/plays
Batteries
Stick Duo" media cover.
Stick Duo" media cover.
Stick Duo" media inserted
back images using the internal memory (approx. 12 MB).
you can and cannot
use with your camera
LR6 (size AA) alkaline batteries
O
O
HR 15151:HR6 (size AA) Nickel-Metal Hydride
batteries
O
ZR6 (size AA) Oxy Nickel Primary Battery
O
O
Manganese batteries*
Lithimn batteries _
Ni-Cd batteries*
* Operating performance
lhe ballery.
cannot be ensured if voltage drops or olher problems are caused by*the nature of
WARNING
Battery may explode
Check the valid date
or leak if mistreated.
Do not recharge, disassemble
(month-year)
displayed
on the batteries.
or dispose
of ill fire.
To check the remaining battery time
Press
the ON/OFF
(power)
button
to turn on and check
the time on the LCD
Battery
screen.
_ \
remaining
indicator
_
_
Battery
remaining
guidelines
Sufficient
power
remaining
_
Battery
full
halt"
i / 1
_
Battery low,
recording/
playback will
Replace the batteries with new
ones, or fully charged NickelMetal Hydride batteries.(The
stop soon.
warning
• The battery remaining indicator may not be correct depending
• When using alkaline batteries/Oxy
display tlle correct inti_rmation.
_
indicator
flashes.)
on conditions of use and circumstances.
Nickel Prin/ary Battery, the battery remaining indicator may not
To remove the batteries/"Memory Stick Duo" media
Open
the battery/"Memory
"Memory
Stick Duo"
media
Stick Duo" media
Batteries
Make sure that the access lamp is not
lit, then push the "Memory Stick Duo"
media in once.
Access
cover.
Be sure not to drop the batteries.
lamp
• Ne,_er open the batter_/"Memory
Stick Duo" nledia cover or remove tile batteries/"Memory
Stick Duo"
media, when the access lamp is lit. This may cause damage to data in the "Memory Stick Duo" media/
internal memory.
2 Turning the camera on/setting the clock
0
Press the ON/OFF (power) button.
OSet
1
2
the clock
Select
/supplied),
• Midnight
the control
the date display
Select
3 Select
• The camera
with
format
button.
with A/V,
then press 0.
each item with ,_/1_ and set the numeric
[OK], then press 0.
does
nol have
you can
is indicated
a fi_alure for superinlposing
print or save
images
as 12:110 AM,
dales
value
with A/V,
on images.
then press 0.
By using
"PMB"
in the CD-ROM
wilh 1he date.
and noon
as 12:00
PM.
_To change the date and time
Select
[Clock
Settings]
in the _
Notes on when the power
(Setup)
screen
is turned
(pages
18, 21).
on
• Once the batteries are inserted in the camera, it may take time before operation becomes
possible.
• If the camera is running on battery power and you do not operate the camera for about three
minutes, the camera turns off automatically to prevent wearing down the batteries (Auto
power-off function).
10
Shootingimageseasily
_]_Select
a mode with the mode switch.
Still image: Select _a (Still
Movie: Select _ (Movie).
OHold
image).
the camera steady, keeping your arms at your side.
Position the subject
in the center of the
focus frame.
/
OShoot
with the shutter button.
Still image:
1 Press and hold the shutter button
halfway down to focus.
The • (AE/AF lock) indicator (green)
flashes, a beep sounds, the indicator stops
flashing and remains lit.
2 Press the shutter button fully down.
The shutter sounds.
AE/AF
lock indicator
Movie:
Press
the shutter
To stop recording,
button
press
fully down.
the shutter
button
• The shortest shooting distance is approximalely
lhe fronl of the lens).
fully down
again.
5 cm (2 inches) (W)/50 cm ( 1 feet 7 3/4 inches) (T) (from
11
Shooting mode/Zoom/Flash/IVlacro/Self-timer/Display/Image
size
a Selecting the shooting mode
for still images
Press
tile MENU
[Camera],
button
then
select
and
the
eas_
adjusted
shooting
desired
with
tile settings
Program Auto
with
automatically
speed
and tile aperture
other
settings
Press
•
(,_) on
tile control
until
the
desired
mode
using
the exposure
(both
tile shutter
value).
You can adjust
the menu.
you to shoot
accoring
Strobes
when
(del_tult
setting).
: Flash forced
{sL:
SceneSelection
Allows
W
to undo
zoom.
button
repeatedly
is selected.
_AUTO: Flash Auto
_ou to shoot
adjusted
press
_ Flash (Selecting a flash mode
for still images)
)node.
automatically.
Allows
T to zoom,
select
Auto Adjustment
Allows
W/T Using the zoom
Press
there
is insufficient
light
on
Slow synchro
(Flash forced
on)
Tile shutter speed is slow in a dark place to
clearly shoot tile background
that is out of
with
preset
settings
flash
to the scene.
light.
Flash forced
@:
off
I_'o High Sensitivity
Shoots images
lighting.
do
,_
a llash even
in low
a person's
skin
with
a warmer
look.
Landscape
Shoots
with
place
sharp
images
on a distant
subject.
without
losing
of people
in a dark
the nighttime
night
scenes
without
blueness
losing
tile
atmosphere.
seaside
or lakeside
of tile water
scenes
captured
with
more
tile
vividly.
Snow
Shoots
12
snow
scenes
in white
more
on
until
tile
control
button
the
desired
)node
is
Auto
Tile camera
adjusts
from
subjects
The
Beach
Shoots
repeatedly
selected.
distant
tile locus
automatically
to close-up.
Normally,
in this mode.
: Macro
Twilight
nighttime
(Shooting close-up)
(_)
put tile camera
atmosphere.
Shoots
•
_um:
the focus
_J Twilight Portrait
Shoots
_Macro
Press
SoftSnap
Shoots
[]
without
clearly.
camera
adjusts
close-up
subjects.
shooting
close
the focus
Set Macro
subjects.
with
priority
On when
on
<_._Usingthe self-timer
Press • (_)
on the control
repeatedly
until the desired
selected.
_,,To change
button
mode is
Press i_l (Image
select the size.
the
_F_ : Not using the self-timer
To turn off the hnage
again.
,_3o: Setting the 1O-second delay self-timer
_2 : Setting the 2-second delay self-timer
For still images
When you press tile shutter button, the selftimer lamp flashes and a beep sounds until
the shutter operates.
Self-timer
lamp
DISP Changing the screen
display
+ [ndicators
on _'
Histogram
on"
':' The
brightness
size
._/1_ to
Size menu,
press
":':-':l
10M
_...2:3:2
(8M)
Up to A3+/13x19"
print
Match 3:2 Aspect
Ratio
_:
5M
Up to A4/Sx10"
_:
3M
Up to 13xlScm/5x7"
print
print
L_A: VGA
For E-mail
_9+:
(7M)
Display On 16:9 HDTV
and up to A4/8x10" print
16:9
Display
On 16:9 HDTV
For movie
The image size of a movie is fixed to
320x240.
on
[ndicators
-[ndicators
image
then press
Jzo,
_:
[_..9 : 16:9 (2M)
Press • (DISP) on the control button.
Each time you press • (DISP), the display
changes as follows:
still
Size),
off'
of the LCD
Backlight
up
13
Viewing/deletingimages
(])Select
(Playback) with the mode switch.
OSelect
an image with ,/1_ on the control button.
Movie:
Press • to play back u mnvie. (Press • aguin to stop playbuck.)
Press _ to lhst forward, • to rewind. (Press • to return to normal playback.)
• You cannot listen to the audin with this camera when a movie is played back.
_
To delete images
1 Display
the image you want to delete and press the -_ (Delete) button.
2 Select [This image] with _1,, then press O.
3 Select [OK] with A, then press O.
O, To view an enlarged
image (playback
Press Q), (T) while displaying a still image.
To undo the zoom, press W.
Adjust the position with AIVl_/_.
To cancel the playback zoom, press O.
_To
view an index screen
Press [] (Index) and select an image with A/V/_/_.
To return to the single image screen, press O.
14
zoom)
_To delete images in index mode
1 While an index screen is displayed, press
Images]
2 Select
with '_/1_ on the control
the image
button,
you want to delete
the "@ (Delete)
then press
with A/V/'_/I_,
button
and select
then press
O.
The _ mark is checked in the checkbox of the image.
To cancel a selection, select an image you have selected for deletion, then press •
3 Press the MENU button.
4 Select
[OK]
[Multiple
O.
again.
with A, then press 0.
• To delete all the images of a folder, select [All In This Folder] in step 1, then press •.
15
Indicators on the screen
Each time you press • (DISP) on the
control button, the display changes
(page 13).
[]
Battery
remaining
Low battery
When shooting
%" _.@ _ca_
still images
(_
[_
_s_
_
|_'b
i!1"3[]
oo
._
_
Image
_
@
[2}-e Iso4oo 1_ _a.s÷2.0Ev
N¢
_When shooting movies
_
_2
White
mode (Program
balance
Burst mode
[]
Metering
_]
1(_
mode
Face Detection
((_o_
[(_
SteadyShot
Vibration
......................................
_(_'_J
I
warning
• Indicates vibration may
prevent you from shooting
clear images due to
insufficient lighting. Even if
the vibration warning
appears, you can still shoot
images. However, we
recommend that you set the
anti-blur function to [Auto],
using the flash [br better
lighting or using a tripod or
other means to stabilize the
camera.
[]
_When playing back
Zoom scaling
_=
xl.40,
16
mode (Scene
Camera
Auto)
IL
[]
Camera
Selection)
p
"_}_'_
warning
size
x2.0
sq Pq
S_[g'W+
Colormode
_
PictBridge
O_
Protect
DPOF
Print order (DPOF)
@
PictBridge connecting
• Do not disconnect the USB
cable while the mark is
displayed.
connecting
mark
[]
12/12
AE/AF lock
hnage number/Number
of
images recorded in selected
fokter
Standby
Recording
a movie
Changing
IS0400
ISO number
• This does not appear when
using internal memory.
125
Shutter speed
Metering
F3.5
Aperture
Flash
+2.0EV
Exposure
0:12
Recording time
(minutes : seconds)
REC
m
a movie/Standby
value
Value
AWB_:_,_, White
AF range finder frame
indicator
1,0m
Focus preset distance
_'_
00:00:12
Macro
Counter
101-0012
Folder-file
number
2009 1 1
Recorded
date/time
9:30AM
playbackimage
•
•
STOP
PLAY
Function
image
_1_ BACK/
NEXT
folder
mode
balance
,_wB
IS0400
ISO number
+2.0EV
Exposure
500
Shutter speed
F3.5
Aperture
Value
value
[]
of the
_3o02
+
Self-timer
Spot metering
guide for playing
cross hair
AF range finder frame
Selectingimages
[]
Playback
_i]
Recording folder
• This does not appeal" when
using internal memory.
12
Number
u
q
Playback
bar
Histogram
of recordable
images
{_
[_
Recording
Media
Media/Playback
("Memory Stick Duo"
media, Internal memory)
00:00:15
Recordable
time
(hours :minutes
<_
Red-eye
_SL
@
: seconds)
reduction
Flash mode
Flash charging
[[RI,
Playback
t_lder
• This does not appear when
using internal memory.
17
Changingthe settings- Menu/Setup
(]) Press the MENU button to display the menu.
• Tile menu will be displayed only during shooting and playback mode.
• Dilferent items will become visible depending on the selecled mode.
OSelect
a desired
menu
item with
MY
on the control
button.
• It"the desired item is hidden, keep pressing A/V until die item appears on the screen.
_)Select
a setting
with
,_/1_.
• If the desired item is hidden, keep pressing .41/11,_
unlil lhe item appears on lhe screen.
• Selecl an ilem in playback mode. tllen press 0.
_)
18
Press
the
MENU
button
to turn
off the
menu.
Fordetailson the operation _ page 18
To select
a Setup
item
Select _=_ (Setup) ill step l_ and then
press 0.
Select the item to set with A/V/I_, then
press
Function
Guide
On
0.
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For detailson the operation _ page 18
Menu items
The available menu items vary depending on the mode switch position, and the shooting
mode. Only the available items are displayed on the screen.
Shooting menu
Camera
Selects the shooting
mode.
SteadyShot
Selects the anti-blur
mode.
Face Detection
Selects the priority subject for adjusting the focus when using
face detection.
REC Mode
Selects the continuous
EV
Adjusts
ISO
shooting
method.
Exposure.
Selects a luminous sensitivity.
Metering
Mode
Selects the metering mode.
Focus
Changes the focus method.
White Balance
Adjusts the color tones.
Flash Level
Adjusts the amount of flash light.
Red Eye Reduction
Sets to reduce the red-eye
Color Mode
Changes the vividness
(Setup)
phenomenon.
of the image or adds special
effects.
Changes Setup items.
Viewingmenu
(Slideshow)
Sets and performs the Slideshow
images).
(Retouch)
(Multi-Purpose
Resize)
of a series of
still images.
Changes the image size according
to usage.
O_ (Protect)
Prevents accidental
DPOF
Adds a Print order mark on image that you want to print out.
b
erasure.
(Print)
Prints images using a PictBridge
(Rotate)
Rotates a still image.
(Select Folder)
Selects the folder for viewing
(Setup)
2O
Retouches
(playback
Changes Setup items.
compliant
images.
printer.
Fordetailson the operation _ page 18
Setup items
Main Settings
Beep
Selects the sound produced
when you operate tile camera.
Function Guide
Displays the description
camera.
Initialize
Initializes the setting to the default setting.
USB Connect
Selects the USB mode to be used when connecting the camera
to a computer or a PictBridge compliant printer using the USB
cable.
of functions
when you operate the
ShootingSettings
Grid Line
Displays lines to easily set a subject in a horizontal or vertical
position.
Digital Zoom
Selects the digital zoom mode.
Auto Review
Displays the recorded image on the screen for approximately
two seconds immediately after shooting a still image.
MemoryTool-- MemoryStickTool
Format
Formats the "Memory Stick Duo" media.
Create REC.Folder
Creates a folder in "Memory
images.
Change REC.Folder
Changes the folder currently
Copy
Copies all images in the internal memory to "Memory
media.
Stick Duo" media for recording
used for recording
images.
Stick Duo"
MemoryTool-- InternalMemoryTool
Format
Formats the internal memory.
ClockSettings
Clock Settings
Sets tile date and time.
LanguageSetting
Language
Setting
Selects the language
and messages.
to be used in the menu items, warnings,
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Enjoyingyourcomputer
You call view' images shot with the camera on a computer.
By using the software ill the CDROM (supplied),
you call enjoy still images and movies from the camera more than ever. For
details, refer to "Cyber-shot
Handbook"
ill the CD-ROM
(supplied).
Supported Operating Systems for USB connectionand application
software (supplied)
For Windows users
For Macintosh users
USB connection
Windows 2000 Professional
SP4,
Windows XP *1 SP3, Windows
Vista '2 SPI
Mac OS 9.1/9.2/Mac
to v10.5)
Application software
"PMB (Picture Motion
Windows XP *1 SP3, Windows
Vista '2 SPI
not compatible
OS X (vl0.1
Browser)"
*1
*2
64-bit editions
are not supported.
Starter (Edition)
is not supported.
• Your
computer
• If your
into
media
the "Memory
be preqnstalled
Stick"
USB
media
with
an OS listed
connections,
copy
above.
images
slot on your computer,
OS upgrades
by inserting
are not supported.
the "Memory
or use a commercially
available
Stick
Duo"
"Memory
media
Stick"
Reader/Writer.
• For timber
"Cyber-shot
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must
OS does not support
details
on the operating
Handbook".
enviromnent
of"PMB"
Cyber-shot
application
sol:ware,
reflzr to
_
Viewing "Cyber-shot Handbook"
For
Macintosh
users
"Cyber-shot
Handbook"
ill the CD-ROM
(supplied)
explains
how' to use the camera
1
ill detail.
it.
Turn on your computer, and insert the CDROM (supplied) into the CD-ROM drive.
2
Select the [Handbook]
folder and copy
"Handbook.pdP'
stored in the [GB] tblder
to your computer.
Adobe
Reader
is required
to view
For Windows users
1
Turn on your computer, and insert the CDROM (supplied) into the CD-ROM drive.
After copying is complete,
"Handbook.pdP'.
double-click
The installation menu screen appears.
When ynu click the [Cyber-shot Handbook]
button, the screen for copying "Cyber-shot
Handbook" appears.
2
Follow the on-screen
instructions
to copy.
• When you install "Cyber=shnt Handbook",
the "Cyber=shot Step=up Guide" will be
installed automatically.
3
After the installation is complete, doubleclick the shortcut created on the desktop.
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Battery life and memory capacity
Battery life and numberof images you can record/view
The numbers
shown
assume new batteries
ill the following
tables
are used at all ambient
temperature
of 25°C (77°F). The numbers
shown for images you can record/view
are
approximations
and allow for changing
of
the "Memory
Stick Duo"media
as
necessary.
Note that the actual numbers
may be less
than those indicated
ill the table depending
on the conditions
of use.
When shooting still images
Notes on the batteries
• The batte D capacity decreases as the number of
uses increases and also over time.
• The battery lili_ and the number of images you
can record/_,iew are decreased under conditions
such as the lollnwiug, etc.:
The surrounding temperature
The flash is used frequently.
is low.
The camera has been tin'ned on and off many
times.
The zoom is used frequently.
The brightness of LCD Backlight is set to up.
The battery power is low.
• The values shown lor alkaline battery are based
on commercial norms, and do not apply to all
alkaline batteries in all conditions. The values
• The measurement
standard.
method is based on the CIPA
(CIPA: Camera & hnaging Products
Association)
• The battery life and the number of images do
not change, regardless of image size.
When viewing still images
• Viewing single images in order at about three
second intervals
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may vary, depending on the battery
manufacturer/type,
environmental conditions,
product setting, etc.
• The supplied alkaline battery is for trial use
only. You may need to purchase an additional
battery for regular camera use.
Numberof still images and rec0rdabletime of movies
The number of still images and the length of time for movies
shooting
conditions
and the recording
mediums.
may vary depending
on the
• Even if the capacity of your recording media is the same as the one in the table below, the number of still
images and the length of time lot movies may be different.
• For details on the image size, see page 13.
The approximate recordable number of still images
(Units:
hnages)
10M
2
58
115
230
470
940
1900
3800
3:2 (8M)
2
58
115
230
470
940
1900
3800
5M
4
90
170
350
710
1420
2900
5850
3M
7
148
293
600
1200
2400
4850
9800
60
1200
2360
4800
9650
19300
38600
77200
VGA
16:9(7M)
3
75
150
300
600
1200
2450
5000
16:9(2M)
11
230
450
900
1800
3700
7500
15000
• The number of images listed assume [REC Mode] is set to [Normal].
• When the number of remaining shootable images is greater than 9,999, the _>9999" indicator appears.
• When an image was recorded using an earlier Sony model and is played back on the camera, the image
may not appear in the actual image size.
The approximate reeordable time of movies
The numbers in the table below
totaling all movie files.
show
the approximate
maximum
recordable
(Units:
hour
time obtained
: minute
by
: second)
320x240
• The aspect ratio of the movie fl'ame is 320x240
• Recordable movie file size is up to approx. 2 GB for each file. If the file size reaches approx. 2 GB, the
camera stops recording automatically.
• The camera does not support HD recordings
or playbacks
for movies.
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Troubleshooting
If you experience
trouble
with
your camera,
try the following
solutions,
O
Checkthe itemsbelow, andreferto "Cyber-shot Handbook"(PDF).
0
Removethe batteries,wait foraboutone minute,re-insertthe batteries,then
turnonthe power.
v
0
Initializethe settings(page21).
O
ConsultyourSonydealer or localauthorizedSonyservicefacility.
Be aware that by sending the camera
internal memory
may be checked.
The battery remaining
indicator
is displayed
for repair,
you give consent
indicator
is incorrect,
or sufficient
but the power runs out too quickly.
that the contents
battery
of the
remaining
• This phenonlenon
occurs when you use the camera in an extremely hot or toM location.
• When using alkaline batteries/Oxy
Nickel Primary Battery (soM separately), the displayed
time remaining may not be correctly indicated.
• The batteries are discharged.
Insert new batteries or charged Nickel-Metal
Hydride batteries
(sold separately) (page 8).
• When using the Nickel-Metal
Hydride batteries, the poles of batteries or the terminals of the
battery cover are dirty so the batteries are not charged sufficiently. Clean them with a cotton
swab, etc.
• When using the Nickel-Metal
Hydride batteries, the displayed time remaining differs from the
current one due to the memory effect, etc. Fully discharge and then charge the batteries to
correct the display.
• The batteries are dead. Replace them with new ones (page 8).
The batteries
run down
too quickly.
• You are using the camera in an extremely cold location.
• The batteries are dead. Replace them with new ones.
• When using the Nickel-Metal
Hydride
batteries,
Camera power is turned off automatically
Stick Duo" media cover.
• This is not a malflmction.
Dno" media cover.
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charge
them sufficiently.
when you open the batteryl"Memory
Turn off the camera before you open the battery/"Memory
Stick
Cannot
turn
on the camera.
• Insert the batteries
The
correctly
(page 8).
• The batteries
(page 8).
are discharged.
• The batteries
are dead. Replace
power
turns
Insert new batteries
or charged
Nickel-Metal
Hydride
batteries
them with new ones.
off suddenly.
• It" you do not operate the camera t_r about three minutes while the power is on, the camera
turns off automatically
to prevent wearing down the batteries. Turn on the camera again
(page 10).
• The batteries
(page 8).
Cannot
are discharged.
record
Insert new batteries
or charged
Nickel-Metal
Hydride
batteries
images.
• Check the free capacity of the internal memory
is lull, do one of the following:
or "'Memory
Stick Duo" media (page 25). If it
Delete unnecessary images (page 14).
Change the "Memory Stick Duo" media.
• You cannot record images while charging the flash.
• Set the mode switch to I_(Still image) when shooting
• Set the mode switch to _(Movie)
Cannot
insert
dates
when shooting
on images.
• The camera does not have a feature t_r superimposing
can print or save images with the date.
Vertical
streaks
still images.
movies.
appear
when
you
are shooting
dates on images.
a very
bright
• The smear pheuomenon
is occurring trod white, black, red, purple,
the image. This phenomenon
is not a malfunction.
By using "PMB",
you
subject.
or other streaks
appear on
I
Cannot
play back
images.
• Set the mode switch to _I
• The folder/file
name
(Playback)
has been changed
(page 14).
on your computer.
• Sony does not guarantee playback of image files on the camera if the files have been
processed using a computer or recorded with another camera.
• The camera is in USB mode. Delete the USB connection.
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Precautions
Do not use/store the camera in
the following places
• In an extremel_
In places
camera
body
may cause
• Under
or humid
may become
direct
sunlight
body
defk_rmed,
subject
strong
• In sandy
and this
Be careRd
malfi.mction,
vibration
and in some
cases
get into tire
this malRmctiou
pocket
cause
or other
place
of your
trousers
malfimctiou
with
the
or
or damage
the
• Avoid
rough
modifying,
physical
hammering,
a malRmctiou
condensation
off the camera
shock,
dropping
• Do not mix a used
or impact
or stepping
or damaged
battery
together
types
of batteries.
or different
such as
camera
tire screen
(sold
separately)
Cleaning
Wipe
the
fingerprints,
(?lean
the
tire camera
moistened
with
a dry cloth.
such
with
to remove
cloths,
insect
• Do not toucb
on your hand.
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with
will
of whether
rechargeable
as long
rechargeable
battery
batter>
and other
the power
is on or
is continually
as you are using
the camera.
discharged.
short
periods,
if
discharges
gradually,
and if you do not use the
camera
at all for about one mouth it becomes
a new
for only
charged
However,
with
an LCD
cleaning
kit
dust,
etc.
fingerprints,
lens
to remove
In this case,
battery
it
be sure to
before
even
Insert
surface
snrlace
with
then
wipe
damage
tire camera
benzine,
slightl_
the surface
to the finish
repellent,
the camera
to chemical
alcobol,
sunscreeu
with
method
batteries
the camera,
a soft cloth
with
or
products
disposable
or insecticide.
any of the above
more
with
if tbis recbargeable
using
battery
you can still use tire camera,
will not be indicated.
rechargeable
etc.
camera
water,
charged,
and time
Charging
a sol: cloth
To prevent
as thinner,
images
you use the camera
casing:
• Do not expose
for tire
the
screen
snrlace
dust,
Cleaning
tire lens,
and time
charge this rechargeable
camera.
LCD
the lens with
the date
regardless
However,
Wipe
inside
an hour
that if you shoot
has an internal
completely
the
Note
battery.
On cleaning
Cleaning
or
On the internal rechargeable
backup battery
This
on tire battery.
a cold to a
occurs
and wait about
to evaporate.
settings
off.
disassembling,
• Do not use a delormed
battery
cause
for maintaining
handling,
from
of the camera.
This
On the battery
directl>
may
moisture
remaining
not be clear.
in a chair
skirt, as this may
camera.
is brought
may condense
inside
moisture
condensation
moisture
in the back
cold or hot places
is not recommended.
warm location,
moisture
outside
tire camera.
This
Turn
On carrying
camera
in extremely
this range
If moisture
to
be repaired.
Do not sit down
Shooting
If the camera
places
or dust
rubber
On moisture condensation
a malfnnctiou.
tire camera
with
or
place
may cause
in contact
time.
is designed
for use under the
between
0°C and 40°C (32°F and
that exceed
discolored
to rocking
not to let sand
This
Your camera
temperatures
104°F).
become
magnetic
or dusty
camera.
tire
or near a beater
may
tire camera
for a long
On operating temperatures
place
in tire sun,
de[k_rmed
and this may cause
• In a location
cannot
cold
or vinyl
a malfunction.
Tire camera
• Near
hot,
such as in a car parked
• Do not leave
of the
backup
with
and leave
the power
enougb
internal
battery
power
the camera
off.
is not
but tire date
remaining
in
for 24 hours
or
Specifications
Camera
Design
without
[System]
and specifications
notice.
are subject
to change
Image de_ice:
7.7 r'glr'gl
( 1/2.3 type) color CCD, Primary color
filter
Total pixel number of camera:
Approx. 1(1.3Megapixels
Eflective pixel number of camera:
Approx. 10.1 Megapixels
Lens: 3x zoom lens f = 6.4 19.2 mm (36
108 mm (35 mm film equivalent)) F2.9 (W)
5.4 (T)
Exposure control: Automatic exposure, Scene
Selection (7 modes)
White balance: Automatic, Daylight, Cloudy,
Fluorescent 1,2, 3, Incandescent, Flash
File format:
Still images: JPEG (DCF Ver. 2.0,
Exif Ver. 2.21 ) compliant, DPOF compatible
Movies: AVI (Motion JPEG)
Recording media: lnternal Memory (approx.
12 MB), "Memory Stick Duo" media
Flash: Flash range (ISO sensitivity
(Recommended Exposure Index) set to Auto):
approx. 0.5 to 3.0 m (1 feet 7 3/4 inches to
9 [i_et 1111/8 inches) (W)/approx. 0.5 to 1.5 m
(1 leer 7 3/4 inches to 4 leet 11 1/8 inches) (T)
Recording interval of Burst:
Approx. 1.0 seconds
[InputandOutputconnectors]
USB commmdcation:
Hi=Speed USB (USB 2.0 compliant)
[LCDscreenl
LCD panel: 6.0 cm (2.4 type) TFT drive
Total number of dots: 112 32(1 (480x234)
dots
[Power,general]
Power: LR6 (size AA) Alkaline batteries (2), 3 V
HR1515 I:HR6 (size AA) Nickel-Metal
Hydride batteries (2) (sold separately), 2.4 V
ZR6 (size AA) Oxy Nickel Primary Battery
(2) (sold separately), 3 V
Power consumption (during shooting):
1.2W
Operating temperature: () to 40°C (32 to 104°F)
Storage temperature:
20 to +60°C ( 4 to +140°F)
Dimensions: 89.5x61.0x26.1
mm
(3 5/8 x 2 1/2 x 1 1/16 inches) (W/H/D,
excluding protrusions)
Mass: Approx. 167 g (5.9 oz) (including two
batteries and strap, etc.)
Microphone: Monaural
Buzzer
Exif Print: Compatible
PRINT hnage Matching
PictBridge: Compatible
111:Compatible
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Trademarks
• The lollowing marks are trademarks of Sony
Corporation;
CybEr'-sho'[c,
"Cyber-shot", "Memory
Stick", _.
,, "Memory Stick PRO",
MEMORY5TIEK PR0, "Memory Stick Duo",
MEMORY5Tl[K DUO, "Memory Stick PRO
Duo", MEMORYST|[K PRO OUO, "Memory
Stick PRO-HG Duo",
MEMORVSTI[K
PRO-HG [lU0, "Memory Stick
Micro", "MagicGate", M_G
ICG_TE
• Microsoh, Windows, DirectX and Windows
Vista are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other countries.
• Macintosh, Mac OS. iMac. iBook. PowerBook,
Power Mac and eMac are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
• lntel. MMX, and Pentimn are trademarks or
registered trademarks of lntel Corporation.
• Adobe and Reader are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems
Incorporated in the United States and/or other
countries.
• In addition, system and product names used in
this manual are, in general, trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective
developers or manufacturers. However, the iv
or ® marks are not used in all cases in this
manual.
3O

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Key Features

  • Compact camera 10.1 MP CCD Silver
  • Optical zoom: 3x Digital zoom: 6x
  • Alkaline

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