English FCC STATEMENT
English
FCC STATEMENT
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
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for Class B digital devices, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
Use of shielded cable is required to comply with Class B limits in
Subpart B of Part 15 of the FCC rules. Do not make any changes or
modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the
manual. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could
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be required to stop operation of the equipment.
Product Information
1. Product design and specifications are subject to change without
2.
3.
4.
5.
notice. This includes primary product specifications, software,
software drivers, and user’s manual. This User Manual is a general
reference guide for the product.
The product and accessories that come with your camera may be
different from those described in this manual. This is due to the fact
that different retailers often specify slightly different product inclusions
and accessories to suit their market requirements, customer
demographics, and geographical preferences. Products very often
vary between retailers especially with accessories such as batteries,
chargers, AC adapters, memory cards, cables, carrying
cases/pouches, and language support. Occasionally a retailer will
specify a unique product color, appearance, and internal memory
capacity. Contact your dealer for precise product definition and
included accessories.
The illustrations in this manual are for the purpose of explanation and
may differ from the actual design of your camera.
The manufacturer assumes no liability for any errors or discrepancies
in this user manual.
For driver updates, you can check the “Download” section of our
website, www.geniusnet.com.tw.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read and understand all Warnings and Cautions before using this
product.
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Warnings
„ If foreign objects or water have entered the camera,
turn the power OFF and remove the batteries and the
AC power adapter.
Continued use in this state might cause fire or electric
shock. Consult the store of purchase.
„ If the camera has fallen or its case has been
damaged, turn the power OFF and remove the
batteries and the AC power adapter.
Continued use in this state might cause fire or electric
shock. Consult the retailer where you bought it.
„ Do not disassemble, change or repair the camera.
This might cause fire or electric shock. For repair or
internal inspection, contact your retailer.
„ Use the supplied AC adapter only with the indicated
power supply voltage.
Use with any other power supply voltage might cause fire
or electric shock.
„ Do not use the camera in areas near water.
This might cause fire or electric shock. Take special care
during rain, snow, on the beach, or near the shore.
„ Do not place the camera on inclined or unstable
surfaces.
This might cause the camera to fall or tilt over, causing
injury.
„ Keep the batteries out of the reach of children.
Swallowing batteries might cause poisoning. If the
battery is accidentally swallowed, immediately consult a
physician.
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„ Do not use the camera while you are walking, driving
or riding a motorcycle.
This might cause you to fall over or result in a traffic
accident.
Cautions
„ Insert the batteries paying careful attention to the
polarity (+ or –) of the terminals.
Inserting the batteries with its polarities inverted might
cause fire and injury, or damage to the surrounding areas
due to the battery rupturing or leaking.
„ Do not fire the flash close to anyone’s eyes.
This might cause damage to the person’s eyesight.
„ Do not subject the LCD monitor to impact.
This might damage the glass on the screen or cause the
internal fluid to leak. If the internal fluid enters your eyes or
comes into contact with your body or clothes, rinse with
fresh water.
If the internal fluid has entered your eyes, consult a
physician to receive treatment.
„ A camera is a precision instrument. Do not drop it,
strike it or use excessive force when handling the
camera.
This might cause damage to the camera.
„ Do not use the camera in humid, steamy, smoky, or
dusty places.
This might cause fire or electric shock.
„ Do not remove the battery immediately after long
period of continuous use.
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The battery becomes hot during use. Touching a hot battery
might cause burns.
„ Do not wrap the camera or place it in cloth or blankets.
This might cause heat to build up and deform the case,
resulting in fire. Use the camera in a well-ventilated place.
„ Do not leave the camera in places where the
temperature may rise significantly, such as inside a
car.
This might adversely affect the case or the parts inside,
resulting in fire.
„ Before you move the camera, disconnect cords and
cables.
Failure to do this might damage cords and cables, resulting
in fire and electric shock.
Notes on Battery Usage
When you use the battery, carefully read and strictly observe the Safety
Instructions and the notes described below:
„ Use only the specified battery (NP60, 3.7V).
„ Avoid using the battery in extremely cold environments as low
temperatures can shorten the battery life and reduce digital video
camera performance.
„ When you are using the new rechargeable battery or rechargeable
battery that has not been used for an extended period of time (the
battery that passed the expiry date is an exception) might affect the
number of images that can be captured. Therefore, to maximize its
performance and lifetime, we recommend that you fully charge the
battery and discharge it for at least one complete cycle before use.
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„ The battery may feel warm after long period of continuous use of the
digital video camera or the flash. This is normal and not a
malfunction.
„ The digital video camera may feel warm after long period of
continuous use.
This is normal and not a malfunction.
„ If the battery is not to be used for a long period of time, remove it
from the digital video camera to prevent leakage or corrosion.
„ If the battery is not to be used for a long period of time, store it after
no battery power left. If the battery is stored for a long time in a fully
charged state, its performance may be impaired.
„ Always keep the battery terminals in a clean state.
„ Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
„ Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
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Content
Section 1
Operations for Record Mode
Default Setting and Validation
Movie Mode submenu Setting
Movie Resolution
Sharpness
White Balance
Motion Stabilization
Getting to Know Your
Digital Video
Camera
9-12
Overview
Standard Accessories
Front View
KeyPad illustration
Side View
Camera Mode
Picture Resolution
Two in One (Picture Record Mode
Only)
Photo Frame (Picture Record
Mode Only)
Flash (Picture Record Mode Only)
Self-Timer (Picture Record Mode
Only)
Multi-Snap (Picture Record Mode
Only)
Backlight (Picture Record Mode
Only)
Date Printing
Section 2
Getting Up
and Running
13-15
Loading the Battery
Charging Battery
Inserting and Removing a SD Card
(Optional)
Protecting Data on an SD Card
Turning the Digital Video Camera
On and Getting Started
Turning the Digital Video Camera
off
Voice Mode
Section 3
Record Mode
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39-45
Exposure Setting
Effect Setting
Set Menu
Sound Setting
Start-up Screen
Time Setting
Format Card
TV System
Selecting Interface Language
Default Setting
16-32
Button Function
Option Menu
LCD Monitor Information
MPEG-4 Movie Recording
Picture Recording
Voice Recording
Taking Close up Pictures
Using Digital Zoom
Options for Record Mode
Section 4
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Playback Mode
Section 8
45-59
Button Functions
LCD Monitor Information
Movie Playback
Delete Movies
Thumbnail Function
Lock Movies
Repeat Movies
Picture Playback
Delete Picture
Lock Pictures
Make Slide Show
Voice Playback
Record movie clip from AV
device
Section 9
Video File
Converter
Burning the Recorded Clip
into DVD
Transferring Data to a
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Computer
79-88
Installing the Digital Video Camera
to a Computer
Connecting Your Digital Video
Camera to a Computer
Mass Storage Device Mode
PC Cam Mode
Installing Bundled Software
Getting Started With Photo
Express 5.0
Getting Started With Video
Studio 8.0 SE
Listening to
63-66
MP3 Music
Transfer MP3 Music to the Digital
Listen to MP3 Music
Listen to MP3 Music with
earphone
Section 6
Viewing MPEG-4 Movie
Section 12
67-68
MPEG-4 Movie
View MPEG-4 Movie on PC
Share MPEG-4 Movie
Specification, System
requirements and
troubleshooting
Section 7
Specifications
System Requirements
Troubleshooting
Viewing Pictures and Movies
on a TV
76-78
Section 11
Section 5
on PC
72-75
Section 10
Direction Buttons Function
MP3 Music
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Section 1
Getting to Know Your Digital Video
Camera
‹ Overview
The camera with 5 Mega Pixel sensor can take DVD-Quality MPEG-4
movies. By way of using MPEG-4 technology, more videos can be taken
within a certain amount of memory. High quality images up to 11
mega-pixels can also be delivered smoothly. With a color LCD monitor,
users can compose images and examine them easily.
Exposure and color balance can either be adjusted automatically or be
changed manually. An 8x digital zoom increases user control over the
movies and pictures you take. The camera is also ideally suited for using
as a PC camera hooked up to your home computer via high speed USB
2.0 port
Build-in 32 MB memory allows you to take pictures and movies without a
memory card. The memory card slot allows users to increase the
storage capacity up to 1G.
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‹ Standard Accessories
Unpack the package and make sure all standard accessories listed are
included:
z
Digital Video Camera
z
Power Adaptor
z
USB Cable
z
AV Cable
z
NP60 Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery
z
User’s Manual
z
CD-ROM ( Driver, Ulead Software and User Manual)
z
Earphone
z
Remote Control
z
Strap
z
Pouch
z
Tripod
z
AC Plug Adaptor for EU to US
NOTE
„ Accessory and components may vary by different retailer.
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‹ Front View
1. LCD Panel
2. Microphone
3. Lens
4. Flash
5. Self-Timer LED
6. IR Receiver
7. Power button
‹ KeyPad illustration
1.
Direction Buttons
2.
Enter Buttons
3.
Movie Shutter Button
4.
Tele-Wide Button
5.
Picture Shutter Button
6.
REC/PLAY Button
7.
AV in
8.
AV out/Earphone
9.
USB 2.0 Port / Power
Adaptor Port
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‹ Side View
1. Macro, Portrait,
Normal mode Switch
2. LCD Panel
3. Speaker
4. Battery / SD Card
Cover
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Section 2
Getting Up and Running
‹Loading the Battery
Before using the camera, user must load NP60 rechargeable Li-ion
battery.
1. Follow the arrow direction and
slide to eject the battery / SD
cover.
2. Insert the batteries according
to the correct polarity marks
( + or -)
3. Close the battery/SD Card
Cover firmly.
NOTE
„
NP60 is the widely-used rechargeable Li-ion battery developed by
Nokia for mobile phones.
‹Charging the Battery
Please fully charge Li-ion Battery via power adaptor for at least ten
hours before you use the camera for the first time.
(1)
Plug power adaptor cable into the USB port.
(2)
When charging battery, the self-timer LED light keeps blinking.
LED light will stay on after battery charge completes.
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(3)
It takes three hours to fully recharge the battery each time.
‹Inserting and Removing an SD Card
(Optional)
The camera comes with 32 MB built-in memory which allows you to
store pictures, movies, recorded voice and music. You can expand the
memory capacity by using an optional SD or MMC memory card up to
1G. To insert a memory card, refer to the figure above and:
1.
Open the battery/SD card cover.
2.
Insert the memory card until it locks into position.
To remove an installed SD card, press the card inwards to
release it. When the card pops out, gently remove it from its
slot.
NOTE
„
When a memory card is fitted, movies and pictures are saved
on the card rather than on the built-in memory.
‹Protecting Data on an SD Card
SD card is read-only by locking the
SD card. No pictures, movies and
voice can be recorded when the SD
card is locked. Make sure the lock is
on writeable position before recording
any media.
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‹Turning the Digital Video Camera On and
Getting Started
To turn on the camera:
(1)
Flip out the LCD panel; the digital video camera will turn on
automatically. When the digital video camera is turned on, the
green LED will light up.
(2)
Or press Power Button for one second to turn on it.
Ö
To take a movie, press the Movie Shutter Button (
Ö
To take a picture, press the Picture Shutter Button (
Ö
To record the voice, press the Upper Button of Direction
Buttons and press the Movie Shutter Button (
).
).
) to start
voice recording.
Ö
To view stored movies, pictures or listen to stored MP3 and
voice recordings, press the REC/PLAY Button once to switch
to Playback Mode. Press a second time to return to Record
Mode.
‹Turning the Digital Video Camera Off
1. To turn off the Digital Video Camera, you can either press or hold the
[Power] Button for one second, or you can place the panel back to its
original position.
2. If no operation is made in 3 minutes, the digital video camera will turn
itself off automatically to conserve battery power.
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Section 3
Record Mode
‹Button Function
Right Button : Flash AUTO/OFF
Left Button
:Self-Timer ON/OFF
Up Button : Voice Recording Mode
ON/OFF
Down Button: LCD Information
ON/OFF
Enter Button : Menu ON
Power Button: Press down for one
second to turn on or turn off the
camera.
REC/PLAY Button: Switch between
Record Mode and Playback Mode.
Tele-Wide Button: Digital Zoom in
and out.
Movie Shutter Button: Start to take
movie, or record voice.
Picture Shutter Button: Start to take
picture
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Macro switch: Switch between
Macro Mode, Portrait Mode, and
Normal Mode.
‹Option Menu
Movie Mode
Resolution
High
640 x 480 (1.8 Mbps)
Std
640 x 480 (1 Mbps)
Low
Sharpness
320 x 240 (500 Kbps)
Adjust with nine sharpness settings to soften or
sharpen picture/movie.
Auto
Automatic adjustment
Daylight Use under outsides light condition
White
Balance
Fluorescent
Tungsten
Motion
Stabilization
On
Use under fluorescent light
condition
User under tungsten light condition
Corrects camera shake instantly,
giving you smooth and stable
video.
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off
Disables motion stabilization
Camera Mode
Resolution
High
3856 x 2892 (11M)
Std
2592 x 1944 (5 M)
Low
1600 x 1200 (2 M)
On
Combines two snapshots into one
frame
Mode
off
Disables Two in One
Photo
Frame
Adds photo frame to the picture
Two in One
On
Flash
Self-Timer
Mode
Sharpness
Auto
The flash will fire in any light
condition.
The flash fires automatically
according to the scenic light
condition.
Off
The flash will not fire in any light
condition.
On
Activates 10-second-delayed
Self-Timer.
Disables Self-Timer
Off
Adjust with nine sharpness settings to soften or
sharpen picture/movie.
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Automatic adjustment
Auto
Daylight Use under outsides light condition
White
Balance
Use under fluorescent light
condition
Fluorescent
User under tungsten light condition
Tungsten
Multi-Snap
Backlight
Date
Printing
On
Takes 5 continuous pictures at one
time
Off
Disables Multi-Snap
On
Brightens the object when its
background is much brighter than
the object.
Off
Disables Backlight mode
On
Imprints the date on picture.
Off
Disables Date Printing
Voice Pen
Enter
Exit
Enters the voice recording section
Exits the menu.
Exposure
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+1.0EV, +0.6EV, +0.3EV, 0EV,
-0.3EV, -0.6EV, -1.0EV
Selects one of the 7 exposure
compensation values (-1 to 1.0
EV)
Effect
Normal
No special effects applied to the picture.
B/W
Picture is converted to black-and-white.
Classic
Sepia look is applied to the image.
Negative
The image is converted as the negative of the
normal.
SET Setting
Sound
On: Enable operation sound; Off: Disable
operation sound
Start-up Screen
Customize Startup Screen
Time Setting
Setup Date and Time
Format Card
YES: Format SD card; NO: Do not format SD
card
TV output setting is NTSC standard
TV System
TV output setting is PAL standard
Language
Default Setting
English, Russian, German, Spanish, Brazil
Portuguese and Simplified Chinese.
Yes: Restore default factory setting
No: Do not restore default factory setting
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‹LCD Monitor Information
There indicators may display on LCD when movies and pictures are
recorded:
p
n
n
o
o
u
v
w
t
11
s r
(1)
Record Mode
Movie Record Mode
Picture Record Mode
Voice Record Mode
Motion Stabilization
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Two in One Mode
Photo Frame
Multi-Snap Mode
Backlight Mode
Resolution
(2)
Movie :
Picture:
High /
Standard/
High /
Standard/
Low
Low
Number of images or recording time of movie that can still be
(3)
taken at current resolution.
(4)
SD card inserted
(5)
Macro Position Focusing
(6)
White Balance
(7)
Battery indicator:
Full power /
low power /
Auto Flash
(8)
Flash Off
Flash On
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power exhausted
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(9)
Self-Timer Mode
(10) 8X digital zoom
(11) Date/Time : YYYY/MM/DD HH: MM
‹MPEG4 Movie Recording
The camera is turned on in movie record mode as default setting. You
can start recording movie by pressing the Movie Shutter Button (
).
When a movie is recording, a time indicator will display on LCD monitor.
To stop recording, press Movie Shutter Button again(
).
To view stored movies, press the REC/PLAY Button once to switch to
Playback Mode.
SD Card
32 MB
Resolution
Quality
memory
128
MB
256MB
512MB
1GB
01:06
10:38
21:16
42:32
01:25:04
01:54
18:23
36:46
01:13:32
02:27:04
03:48
36:47
01:13:34
02:27:08
04:54:16
internal
640*480
(1.8Mbps) /
30 fps
High Quality
640*480
(1 Mbps) / 30
Standard
fps
Quality
320*240
(500 Kbps)
/ 30 fps
Low Quality
* The data shows the standard testing results. The actual capacity varies
according to the shooting conditions and settings.
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‹Picture Recording
Press the Picture Shutter Button (
) to take a picture.
Three resolution settings are available.
SD Card
32 MB
Resolution
Image Quality
internal
128MB
256MB
512MB
1GB
5
34
68
136
272
9
90
180
360
720
25
230
460
920
1840
memory
3856*2892
(11 M
High Quality
pixel)
2592*1944
(5 M pixel)
Standard
Quality
1600*1200
(2 M pixel)
Low Quality
* The data shows the standard testing results. The actual capacity varies
according to the shooting conditions and settings.
‹Voice Recording
1. Press Upper Button of direction
Buttons to switch to Voice Record
Mode.
2. Press Movie Shutter Button
(
) to record voice.
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3. Press Movie Shutter Button
(
) again to stop.
4. Press Enter button to exit.
‹Taking Close up pictures
The camera has two close-up picture modes to allow you to take
pictures at close range. The Macro Mode (
) should be used for object
located at about 20 cm, while the Portrait Mode (
) should be used
for objects located from 70 cm to 140 cm.
To take close-up pictures:
1.
Rotate the lens ring to switch to Macro (
or Portrait (
the macro icon (
)
) positions. In Macro Mode,
) will appear on the LCD
monitor.
2.
Press the Picture Shutter Button (
)to
take the picture.
NOTE
„
Remember to turn the macro switch back to Normal (
you are not taking close-up pictures.
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‹Using Digital Zoom
The digital zoom magnifies images up to eight times when recording
movies or taking pictures.
1.
To zoom in/out, press the Tele/Wide Button.
2.
The digital zoom can be set from 1x to 8x and the magnification
ratio is shown on the LCD monitor.
‹Options for Record Mode
Movie Mode
Picture
Voice
Mode
Pen
Exposure
Effect
Set
z
Resolution
z
Resolution
z
ON
z
+1.0EV z
Normal
z
Sound
z
Sharpness
z
Two in One z
Exit
z
+0.6EV z
B/W
z
Start-up
z
White
z
Photo
z
+0.3EV z
Classic
Screen
Balance
Frame
z
0EV
z
Negative z
Time
z
Stabilization z
Flash
z
-0.3EV
z
Exit
Setting
z
Exit
z
Self-Timer
z
-0.6EV
z
Sharpness
z
-1EV
z
White
z
Exit
z
Format
Memory
z
TV System
Balance
z
Language
z
Multi-snap
z
Default
z
Backlight
z
Date
Setting
z
printing
z
Exit
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‹Options for Record Mode
Screen
Operation
1. Press the Enter Button
when in Movie/Picture
Record Mode.
2. Use the Right/Left Buttons
Enter Button
to move between main
menu options, which are
Movie Mode, Camera
Mode, Voice Mode,
Exposure, Effect, and Set.
Submenu will pop out
while move to each main
option.
3. Press Enter button to
validate sub option you
select.
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‹Default Setting and Validation
The following table indicates the camera’s default setting as well as its
validation.
1.
Always: The setting always keeps valid.
2.
One Time: The setting is only valid either once or till camera power
off.
Validation
Default Factory Setting
Resolution
Always
High for Movie
Standard for Picture
Sharpness
White Balance
Motion
Stabilization
Two in One
Photo Frame
Flash
Self-Timer
Multi-Snap
Backlight Mode
Date Printing
One Time
Medium
Always
Auto
Always
Off
One Time
Off
Always
Off
Always
Off
One Time
Off
One Time
Off
Always
Off
Always
Off
Exposure
Always
0EV
Effect
Sound
Start-Up Screen
Format Card
TV System
Language
Volume
Always
Normal
Always
On
Always
Optional
One Time
Off
Always
Depends on shipping area
Always
Depends on Shipping area
Always
Level 6
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‹Movie Mode submenu Setting
Record main menu includes camera setting and other advanced setting.
You can use Right/Left Buttons to move between options and press
Enter button to validate the setting.
‹Movie Resolution
To change Movie Resolution:
1.
In Movie/Picture Record Mode, press Enter button to switch to
record menu screen.
2.
The default main option is Movie Mode. Submenu of Movie Mode
will pop out on the screen.
3.
Use Up/Down buttons to select Resolution then press Enter
buttons to switch to Resolution submenu.
4.
Use Up/Down buttons to move between three settings.
5.
Press Enter button to validate the setting and exit.
Display Screen
Video Resolution Option
Enter Button
‹Sharpness
Your can soften and sharpen images to achieve different effects.
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To change Sharpness setting:
1.
In Movie/Picture Record Mode, press Enter button to switch record
menu screen. Submenu of Movie Mode will pop out on the screen.
2.
Use Up/Down buttons to select Sharpness then press Enter
buttons to switch to Sharpness submenu.
3.
Use Up/Down buttons to move between nine levels. The change
can be previewed immediately.
4.
Press Enter button to validate the setting and exit.
Change Sharpness
Setting
Display Screen
Enter Button
‹White Balance
The camera adjusts the color balance of images automatically. Three
manual white balance settings are available:
1.
Auto (Default): The camera automatically adjusts white balance.
2.
Daylight: Under outdoors
3.
Fluorescent: Under fluorescent light condition.
4.
Tungsten: Under tungsten light condition.
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To change White Balance Setting:
1.
In Movie/Picture Record Mode, press Enter Button to switch to
record menu screen. Submenu of Movie Mode will pop out on the
screen.
2.
Use Up/Down Buttons to select White Balance, then press Enter
buttons to switch to White Balance submenu.
3.
Use Up/Down buttons to move between four settings. The change
can be previewed immediately.
4.
Press Enter button to validate the setting and exit.
Display Screen
W/B Option
Enter Button
‹Motion Stabilization
To enable Motion Stabilization:
1.
In Movie/Picture Record Mode, press Enter button to switch to
record menu screen. Submenu of Movie Mode will pop out on the
screen.
2.
Use Up/Down buttons to select Motion Stabilization then press
Enter buttons to switch to Motion Stabilization submenu.
3.
Use Up/Down buttons to choose ON or OFF.
4.
Press Enter button to validate the setting and exit.
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Motion Stabiization
Motion Stabilization Option
Enter Button
NOTE
„
The captured screen will be smaller when motion stabilization is
enabled.
Camera Mode
‹Picture Resolution
To change Picture Resolution:
1.
In Movie/Picture Record Mode, press Enter button to switch to
record menu screen.
2.
Use Right/Left Buttons to select Camera Mode. Submenu of
Camera Mode will pop out on the screen.
3.
Use Up/Down Buttons to select Resolution then press Enter
buttons to switch to Resolution submenu.
4.
Use Up/Down buttons to move between three settings.
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5.
Press Enter button to validate the setting and exit.
Display Screen
Video Resolution Option
Enter Button
‹Two in One (Picture Record Mode Only)
With camera set to Two in One mode, you can combine two snapshots
into one picture. To enable Two in One:
1.
In Movie/Picture Record Mode, press Enter button to switch to
record menu screen.
2.
Use Right/Left Buttons to select Camera Mode. Submenu of
Camera Mode will pop out on the screen.
3.
Use Up/Down buttons to select Two in One then press Enter
buttons to switch to Two in One submenu.
4.
Use Up/Down buttons to choose ON or OFF.
5.
Press Enter button to validate the setting and exit.
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Display Screen
Two in One Option
Enter Button
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‹Photo Frame (Picture Record Mode Only)
Your camera features popular electronic photo frame. You can take your
picture with preferred electronic photo frame. To enable Photo Frame:
1.
When in Camera Mode, use Up/Down buttons to select Photo
Frame option, then press Enter button to switch to Photo Frame
submenu.
2.
Use Up/Down buttons to locate preferred photo frame. Then select
Set option and press Enter button to validate the setting and exit.
Display Screen
Photo Frame Option
Enter Button
‹Flash (Picture Record Mode Only)
This camera has two flash settings. You can change flash setting by
either hot key (Right Button) or Option Setting.
„ Auto-flash(
):the flash fires automatically according to light
conditions. Use this mode for general photography.
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„ Flash On (
): the flash will fire in every shot.
„ Flash Off(
):the flash will not fire under any circumstances. Use
this mode when taking images in a place where flash photography is
prohibited, or when the subject is distant (beyond the range of the
flash).
To change Flash setting:
3.
When in Camera Mode, use Up/Down Buttons to select Flash
Option, then press Enter buttons to switch to Flash submenu.
4.
Use Up/Down Buttons to move between three settings.
5.
Press Enter button to validate the setting and exit.
NOTE
„
The flash will be disabled automatically when battery power is
low (
)
Flash
Flash Options
Enter Button
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‹Self-Timer (Picture Record Mode Only)
The self-timer allows you to take pictures with a ten-second time delay.
Activate Self-Timer by either hot key (Left Button) or Option Setting. The
self-timer LED on the front of the camera beneath the flash light will also
blink. The speed of blinking will increase just before the picture is taken.
Self-Timer
‹Multi-Snap (Picture Record Mode Only)
With the camera set to Multi-Snap Mode, you can take five continuous
pictures.
Multi-Snap
Multi-Snap Option
Enter Button
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‹Backlight (Picture Record Mode Only)
With the camera set to backlight Mode, you can take shots when
bright light is behind the subject.
Backlight
Backlight Option
Enter Button
‹Date Printing
To enable Date Printing:
1.
When in Camera Mode, use Up/Down Buttons to select Date
Printing, then press Enter buttons to switch to Date Printing
submenu.
2.
Use Up/Down Buttons to choose On or Off.
3.
Press Enter button to validate the setting and exit.
Date Printing
Date Printing Option
Enter Button
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Voice Mode
To enable voice recording:
1.
In Movie/Picture Record Mode, press Enter button to switch to
record menu screen.
2.
Use Right/Left Buttons to move to Voice Option. Then Voice
Submenu will pop out on the screen.
3.
Use Up/Down Buttons to move between Enter and Exit Option.
4.
Choose Enter option to enable voice recording and press Enter
button to validate the setting and exit.
Voice
‹Exposure Setting
The camera adjusts image exposure automatically. In certain
circumstances you may wish to adjust the exposure compensation
setting.
To change Exposure setting:
1.
In Movie/Picture Record Mode, press Enter button to switch to
record menu screen.
2.
Use Right/Left Buttons to move to Exposure Option. Then
Exposure Submenu will pop out on the screen.
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3.
Use Up/Down Buttons to choose preferred EV value. The change
can be previewed immediately.
4.
Press Enter button to validate the setting and exit.
Exposure
‹Effect Setting
There are four modes are Normal, Black/White, Classic and Negative.
To change Effect setting:
1.
In Movie/Picture Record Mode, press Enter button to switch to
record menu screen.
2.
Use Right/Left Buttons to move to Effect Option. Then Effect
Submenu will pop out on the screen.
3.
Use Up/Down Buttons to move between four settings. The change
can be previewed immediately.
4.
Press Enter button to validate the setting and exit.
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Display Screen
‹Set Menu
The Setting submenu contains options for configuring your camera set
up.
To change advanced setting:
1.
In Movie/Picture Record Mode, press Enter button to switch to
record menu screen.
2.
Use Up/Down Buttons to select Setting then press Enter buttons to
switch to Setting submenu.
3.
Use Up/Down Buttons to move between settings.
Display Screen
Setting Option
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Sound (operation sound)
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Start-Up Screen
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Time Setting
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Format Card
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TV System
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Language
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Default Setting
English
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Sound Setting
Enable or disable KeyPad tone and operation sound by using
Up/Down buttons, press Enter button to validate the setting.
Submenu
Display Screen
Sound
z
Sound Setting
Enter Button
Start-up Screen
Customize the Start-Up Screen with your favorite pictures. Press
Right/Left buttons to select the picture you want and press Enter
button to validate the setting and exit.
Submenu
Display Screen
Start-Up Screen
Start-Up
Screen
If you do not want to customize the start up screen, press Left/Right
Buttons and select Non Start-Up Screen.
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Non Start-Up Screen
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Time Setting
1.
Move between Date, Time and Exit by using Left/Right Buttons.
2.
Adjust date and time by using Up/Down Buttons, then select
SET to validate each change.
3.
Select EXIT to leave Time Setting without any change.
Submenu
Display Screen
Time
Setting
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Format Card
Submenu
Display Screen
Format Card Options
Format
Card
Yes:Format the SD Card / built-in memory
No (Default):Do not format SD Card / built in memory
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TV System
Ensure that the appropriate TV standard of your area is selected –
either NTSC or PAL.
Wrong TV system setting may cause image flicker.
NTSC standard: USA, Canada, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan etc.
PAL standard: UK, Europe, China, Australia, Singapore and Hong
Kong etc.
Submenu
Display Screen
TV
System
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Selecting Interface Language
Submenu
Display Screen
Language Option
English, Russian,
Language
German, Spanish, Brazil
Portuguese and
Simplified Chinese.
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Default Setting
To restore the default factory setting, select this option.
Submenu
Display Screen
Default
Setting
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Section 4
Playback Mode
Press REC/PLAY Button to switch from Record Mode to Playback
Mode.
The Playback Mode is for viewing and managing movies and pictures as
well as listening to voice and music on the built-in memory or on an
optional memory card.
Operation
Display Screen
Press REC/PLAY Button to switch from
Record Mode to Playback Mode Main
Menu.
z
There are four options in the Playback
Mode: movie, picture, voice, and music.
z
Up/Down Button can be used to select
the specific option.
Press Enter button to view movies/pictures
or listen to voice/music.
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‹Button Functions
The Direction Buttons have the following functions in Movie and Picture
Playback Modes.
Right Button: Go to the next movie/
picture.
Left Button: Go to the previous
movie/ picture.
Up Button: Invalid
Down Button: Information ON/OFF
Enter Button: Enter to movie, picture,
voice, or music option menu.
REC/PALY Button: Switch between
Movie/Picture Record Mode and
Playback Menu.
Tele-Wide Button: Digital Zoom in
and out.
‹LCD Monitor Information
Indicators on the LCD screen while in Playback Mode:
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p
q
o
n
r
Mode Indicator
Movie Playback Mode
(1)
Picture Playback Mode
Voice Playback Mode
Music Playback Mode
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Resolution Indicator
(2)
Movie :
Picture:
High /
High /
Standard/
Standard/
Low
Low
Indicate the selected movie/picture is locked.
(3)
Indicate the single movie/voice/MP3 is being repeated.
Indicate all of the movies/voices/MP3s are being repeated.
Indicate the slide show is playing.
(4)
(5)
Current Number/ Total number of movie, picture, voice, or music.
Magnification Indicator.
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‹Movie Playback
Operation
1.
Display Screen
Use Direction Buttons to
select the Movie option.
2.
Press Enter button to go to
Movie Playback Mode.
3.
Use Right/Left Buttons to go
to the next or last movie.
4.
Press Movie Shutter Button to
start the movie playing, and
then press it again to pause.
5.
While playing movie, press
down Right or Left button to
fast-forward/fast back
forward, then release the
button to stop.
6.
Use the Up or Down buttons
to adjust volume.
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7.
Press Enter button to go to
the movie option menu.
8.
Use Direction Buttons to
select six options, Delete,
Thumbnail, Lock, Repeat
One, Repeat All, or Exit.
‹Delete Movies
Operation
1.
Display Screen
Use Direction Buttons to
select the Delete option
(
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Operation
2.
Display Screen
Press Enter button to go to
the Delete menu.
3.
Use Right/Left Buttons to
select the movie.
4.
Use Up Button to delete all
movies and Down Button
to delete single movie.
5.
Before a movie is deleted,
a confirmation screen will
appear. Choosing “Yes”
will execute the operation,
“No” will cancel the
operation. Press Enter
button to confirm the
operation.
6.
Press Enter button to exit.
NOTE
„
If a memory card is fitted, you can delete only those movies
stored on the card.
„
Movies on a written-protected memory card cannot be deleted.
„
The delete function will only erase unlocked movies. Locked
movies must be unlocked before being deleted.
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‹Thumbnail Function
Operation
1.
Display Screen
Use Direction Buttons to
select the Thumbnail option
(
2.
).
While selecting Thumbnail
option, press Enter button
to view nine thumbnail
pictures.
3.
To view a picture, use
Direction Buttons to select
the picture.
4.
Press Enter button to view
the selected picture.
‹Lock Movies
Single or all movies can be locked. This function can prevent the movies
from being deleted accidentally.
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Operation
Display Screen
1. Use Direction Buttons to
select the Lock option (
).
2. Press Enter button to go to
the Lock menu.
3. Use Right/Left Buttons to
select the movie.
4. Use Up Button to lock/unlock
all movies and Down Button
to lock/unlock single movie.
5. Before a movie is
locked/unlocked, a
confirmation screen will
appear; choosing “Yes” will
execute the operation, “No”
will cancel the operation.
6. Press Enter button to exit.
‹Repeat Movies
This function automatically repeats playing single movie or all movies in
order.
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Operation
1.
2.
Display Screen
Use Direction Buttons to
select the Repeat One option
(
) or Repeat All option
(
).
Press Enter button to start
repeating.
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‹Picture Playback
Operation
1.
Display Screen
Use Direction Buttons to
select the Picture option.
2.
Press Enter button to go to
Picture Playback Mode.
3.
Use Right/Left Buttons to go
to the next or last picture.
4.
While the picture is selected,
use Tele/Wide Buttons to
magnify.
5.
Use Direction Buttons to
navigate the magnified
picture.
6.
Press Enter button to go to
the picture option menu.
7.
Use Direction Buttons to
select Delete, Thumbnail,
Lock, Slideshow, or Exit.
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‹Delete Picture
Operation
Display Screen
1. Use Direction Buttons to select
).
the Delete option (
2. Press Enter button to go to the
Delete menu.
3. Use
Right/Left
Buttons
to
select the picture.
4. Use Up Button to delete all
pictures and Down Button to
delete single picture.
5. Before a picture is deleted, a
confirmation screen will
appear; choosing “Yes” will
execute the operation, “No” will
cancel the operation.
6. Press Enter button to exit.
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NOTE
„
If a memory card is fitted, you can delete only those pictures
stored on the card.
„
Pictures on a written-protected memory card cannot be deleted.
„
The delete function will only erase unlocked pictures. Locked
pictures must be unlocked before being deleted.
‹Lock Pictures
Single or all pictures can be locked. This function can prevent the
pictures from being deleted accidentally.
Operation
1.
Use Direction Buttons to
select the Lock option (
1.
Display Screen
).
Press Enter button to go to
the Lock menu.
2.
Use Right/Left Buttons to
select the picture.
3.
Use Up Button to lock/unlock
all pictures and Down Button
to lock/unlock single picture.
4.
Before a picture is
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locked/unlocked, a
confirmation screen will
appear; choosing “Yes” will
execute the operation, “No”
will cancel the operation.
5.
Press Enter button to exit.
‹Make Slide Show
This function automatically repeats all pictures in order.
Operation
1.
Use Direction Buttons to
select the Slide option
(
2.
Display Screen
).
Press Enter button to start
the slide show; Press it
again to stop.
Voice Playback
‹Direction Buttons Function
In Voice Playback Mode, the Direction Buttons have the following
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Right/ Left Buttons:Select the last or
next voice.
Up/Down Buttons:Adjust the voice
playback volume.
Enter Button:Switch to voice option
menu.
Operation
1.
Display Screen
Use Direction Buttons
to select the Voice
option.
2.
Press Enter button to
go to Voice Playback
Mode.
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Operation
3.
Use Right/Left
Buttons to go to the
next or last voice
recording.
4.
Press Movie Shutter
Button to start playing
back the selected
voice. Press it again
to stop.
5.
Use Up/Down Buttons
to adjust the volume.
6.
Press Enter button to
go to the voice
playback option
menu.
7.
Use Up Button to
select Delete option
and Down Button to
select Repeat option.
Display Screen
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Operation
Display Screen
8.
Press Up Button once
to repeat single voice;
Press twice to repeat
all voice recording.
9. Press it again to
disable the repeat
function.
10. The repeat icons will
be different while
selecting Repeat One
option and Repeat All
option.
11. To delete a voice, use
Right/Left Buttons to
select the voice.
12. Use Up Button to
delete all voice
recordings and Down
Button to delete
single voice
recording.
13. Before a voice is
deleted, a
confirmation screen
will appear; choosing
“Yes” will execute the
operation, “No” will
cancel the operation.
14. Press Enter button to
exit.
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Section 5
Listening to MP3 Music
‹MP3 Music
MP3 is a compressed audio file format. The MP3 music can be
downloaded from some MP3 web sites.
‹Transfer MP3 Music to the camera
1.
Install the camera driver on your computer.
2.
Connect your camera to the computer USB port.
3.
The RED LED will light when the camera is connected to the
computer and in Mass Storage Mode.
4.
Transfer MP3 music to My Computer\Removable Disk\MP3.
5.
Once all the music is transferred, disconnect the USB cable from
the PC.
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‹Listen to MP3 Music
Operation
1.
Display Screen
In Playback Mode,
use Direction Buttons
to select the Music
option
2.
Use Right/Left
Buttons to select
MP3 you want to
play.
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Operation
3.
Display Screen
Press Movie Shutter
Button to play MP3
4.
Press Movie Shutter
Button again to stop
playing.
5.
Press Up/Down
Buttons to adjust
volume.
6.
Press Enter button to
go to repeat menu.
7.
Press Down Button
once to repeat
current MP3 (
8.
).
Press Down Button
twice to repeat all
MP3 (
9.
).
Press Enter button to
exit.
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‹Listen to MP3 Music with earphone
MP3 stored in the camera can be played either by built-in speaker,
Earphone, or TV.
When the earphone cable is plugged in the camera, the option menu of
Earphone/TV pops out on the LCD Screen. Choose earphone or TV and
press Enter button to validate the setting.
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Section 6
Viewing MPEG4 Movie on PC
‹MPEG4 Movie
MPEG4, the multimedia format and compression standards, is a
cutting-edge compression technology developed by MPEG (Motion
Picture Expert Group). It not only enhances the image quality but also
improves the efficiency of recording capacity.
MPEG4 is adopted in this camera to take DVD-quality MPEG4 movies.
The MPEG4 movie format of AVI is used in this digital video camera.
When playing a MPEG4 movie for the first time, MPEG4 Video Codec
Xvid should be installed in PC.
‹View MPEG4 Movie on PC
When playing an MPEG4 movie for the first time, MPEG4 Video Codec
Xvid should be installed in PC. To do this:
1.
Insert the CD-ROM into the computer’s CD-ROM drive. Click
“Install Driver” ( Install MPEG4 Video Codec Xivd) and follow the
on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
2.
Start video player such as Widows Media Player to view MPEG4
AVI Movies.
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‹Share MPEG4 Movie
You can share the recorded MPEG4 movies to your friends via internet
or CD. Make sure MPEG4 Video Codec Xvid is installed in your friends’
PC. MPEG4 Video Codec Xvid is available in the provided CD or can be
downloaded from Internet.
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Section 7
Viewing Pictures and Movies on a TV
You can view stored movies and pictures on a television. To connect to
a television:
1.
Connect one end of the AV
cable to your camera’s AV
Out port.
2.
Connect the other end of
the cable to a television.
3.
The option menu of
Earphone/TV pops out on the LCD Screen.
4.
Choose TV option and press Enter button to validate the setting.
5.
The steps for viewing stored pictures and movie on a TV are
exactly the same as for viewing them on the LCD monitor.
NOTE
„
The LCD monitor does not work when the camera is connected
to a television
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Section 8
Record movie clip from AV device
Your camera features a newly designed AV recorder function that can
record a movie, TV program or TV news from any AV device such as a
TV.
To record a movie, TV program or TV news from video device:
1.
Connect AV in cable between video device and camera’s AV-In
Port.
2.
Turn on the camera by flipping out the panel or pressing the
Power Button for one second
3.
Stereo/Mono AV-in menu will pop
out on the screen. Use Up/Down
Button to select Stereo or Mono
and press Enter button to validate
the setting.
4.
The movie or TV program from
your video source will show up on the screen.
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5.
Press Movie Shutter
Button to start recording and press
again to stop
6.
To change recording resolution, enter the Movie Mode menu and
select the desired Resolution in the recording mode.
Resolution
Quality
640*480 (1.8Mbps) / 30 fps
High Quality
640*480 (1 Mbps) / 30 fps
Standard Quality
320*240 (500 Kbps) / 30 fps
Display Screen
Low Quality
Video Resolution Option
Enter Button
7.
Files are saved in MPEG4 Xvid format in your camera. To watch
the video recorded from video device, press Rec/Play Button.
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Section 9
Video File Converter
Bundled software CD contains Ulead VideoStudio that features a video
file converter to convert multiple video formats into MPEG4 Xvid
compatible format with your camera. In this way, you can convert any
format of video files and playback your favorite movies on your camera.
To convert a video file:
(1)
Install Ulead VideoStudio ( Refer to section 11)
(2)
Click StartÆ Select ProgramsÆ Ulead VideoStudio 8.0
(3)
VideoStudio 8.0 main Screen will appear on your desktop.
(4)
Click “Tools” menu on the right side of the screen then choose
“Batch Converter”.
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(5)
Click “Add” to add the video file you want to convert.
(6)
Select “Save as type” to choose output video format and click
“Convert” to start file converting.
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(7) Task Report window will pop out after the task is completed.
(8)
Before transferring the converted file to your camera, rename
the converted file to “ Clip0001.avi”. (Please note: if Clip0001.avi
exists in the camera, then the converted file has to be renamed
to clip0002.avi)
(9)
Connect your camera to PC and transfer the converted video to
“My Computer\Removable Disk\DCIM\200Movie” in your
camera. (Refer to Section 10 Transferring Data to a Computer)
(10) After transferring the converted video to the camera, press
Rec/Play Button to enjoy your favorite movie.
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Section 10
Burning the Recorded Clip into DVD
Bundled software CD contains Ulead VideoStudio 8.0 SE DVD also
feathers burning the movie clip into DVD. You can preserve your
precious movies on DVD to share with family and friends. To create a
DVD:
(1)
Select “Share” Option and click ” Create Disc”
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(2)
“Create Disc” window pops out and click “Add Video” to add video
file you want to burn into DVD. Then click “Next” button and follow
on-screen instruction.
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(3) Click “Output” icon (
) and start to burn DVD.
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Section 11
Transferring Data to a Computer
‹Installing the Digital Video Camera Driver
Before connecting this camera to a computer for the first time, you
should install a driver on the computer. The driver is on the CD-ROM
disc provided in the package. To install the driver:
1.
Insert the CD-ROM into the computer’s CD-ROM drive. The
autorun screen will appear.
2.
Click “"DRIVER" icon. Follow the on-screen instructions to
complete the installation. Depending on your operating system, you
may have to restart your computer after installing the driver.
‹Connecting Your Digital Video Camera to a
Computer
You can transfer pictures, movies or voice recordings stored on your
camera to a computer and send them in emails to friends or post them
on websites. To do this you should:
1.
Install the camera driver on your computer.
2.
Connect the computer and camera with the supplied mini USB 2.0
cable.
3.
Default mode is Mass Storage Mode when the camera connects to
PC
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4.
Transfer pictures or movies or MP3 or voice recordings
‹Mass Storage Device Mode
The RED LED will light up when the camera is connected to the
computer. Movies, pictures and voice recordings can be found on your
computer at “My Computer\Removable Disk\DCIM\”. Under this mode,
you can read, delete, move, or copy any movie/picture/voice recording
you want. Use the bundled Ulead application software to edit the movies
or pictures.
‹PC Camera Mode
When in Mass Storage Device Mode, press REC/PLAY Button to PC
Camera Mode and the GREEN LED will light up. Under this mode, you
can implement live video conference meetings or use video email over
the Internet.
1. General System Requirements for Videoconferencing
To use the Digital Video Camera for videoconferencing, your computer
system must include:
Microphone
Sound card
Speakers or headphones
Network or Internet connection
2. Make Sure to install the PC Digital Video Camera Driver
The PC-Digital Video Camera driver included on the CD-ROM is
exclusively for Windows. The PC Digital Video Camera function is not
supported for Mac platforms.
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1. Insert the CD-ROM that came with the Digital Video Camera into your
CD-ROM drive. The welcome screen appears.
2. Click "DRIVER". Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the
installation. After the driver installation is completed, restart your
computer.
3. Connecting the Digital Video Camera to Your Computer
1. Connect one end of the USB cable to an available USB port on your
computer.
2. Connect the other end of the USB cable to the USB connector on the
Digital Video Camera.
3. The PC Digital Video Camera Mode menu appears on the screen.
4. Position the Digital Video Camera steadily on top of your computer
monitor or use a tripod.
4. Running Your Application Software (Ulead Video Studio)
1.
Click StartÆ Select ProgramsÆ Video Studio 8.0
To capture a video from the digital video camera:
* Click the Capture
item.
* Click the [Capture Video
] button.
* Click the [Capture Image
] button.
NOTE
„ For more information about the operation of Ulead video studio
application software, refer to its respective help documentation.
‹Installing Bundled Software
The CD-ROM supplied with this camera contains four pieces of
software.
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Ulead VideoStudio 8.0 SE DVD is a user-friendly application that
helps you read, edit and organize images.
Ö
Ulead Photo Express 5.0 allows you to edit movies and is equally
easy to use.
Ö
Acrobat Reader is a popular program that you need to have
installed to read the User’s Manual. Many computer users will find
they already have this software installed on their computer.
Ö
MPEG4 Video Codec Xvid, this decode software has to be
installed for correctly viewing the movies you record.
The detailed information can be found in online help of all the bundled
software.
To install the bundled software:
1.
Insert the CD-ROM into your computer’s CD-ROM drive. The
autorun screen appears.
2.
Select the piece(s) of software you want to install from the list, then
click Install Application Software. Follow the on-screen
instructions to complete the installation.
‹Getting Started With Photo Express 5.0
z
Click StartÆ Select ProgramsÆ Photo Express 5.0
z
Photo Express 5.0 main Screen will appear on your desktop.
Viewing Images stored in the Camera through
Photo Express 5.0
To view images stored in the camera, you must switch to Mass Storage
Device Mode.
1.
Select the image you want to open in the workspace from the
browse bar on the left hand side.
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2.
Double click selected picture.
Capturing Camera Images through Photo
Express 5.0
Before capturing a picture or video from the camera to the Photo
Express 5.0 main screen, you must switch to PC Camera Mode. Press
REC/PLAY Button to Switch to PC Camera Mode. Under this mode, you
can capture videos or pictures through Photo Express 5.0:
] button.
* Click the [Get Photo
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* Click the [Import] button.
* Click the [Capture] button, and then choose your images.
* Click the [Insert] button, and click [Exit] button to leave the screen.
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‹Getting Started With Video Studio 8.0
z
Click StartÆ Select ProgramsÆ Video Studio 8.0
z
The Video Studio main Screen will appear on your desktop.
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Viewing Images stored in the Camera through
Video Studio 8.0
To view images stored in the camera, you must switch to Mass Storage
Device Mode.
1.
Click the folder on the right hand side of the screen.
2.
Select the image stored in the camera and press Open button to
view.
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Capturing Video through Video Studio 8.0
Press REC/PLAY Button to switch to PC Camera Mode. Under this
mode, you can view camera video through Video Studio:
To capture a video/picture from the camera:
* Click the Capture
item.
* Click the [Capture Video
] button.
* Click the [Capture Image
] button.
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Section 12
Specification and System
Requirements
‹Specification
Image Sensor
5 Mega Pixel Sensor
Movie Record、Picture Record、Voice
Operation Modes
Record、MP3 Player、PC Camera、Mass
Storage Device
Lens
f=8.5mm F3.0
140cm~infinite (Normal Mode)
Focus Range
70cm ~ 140cm (Portrait Mode)
Center: 20 cm (Macro Mode)
Digital Zoom
8X
Shutter
Mechanical
LCD monitor
2.5" LTPS TFT LCD
Built-in 32M Memory;
Storage Media
SD/MMC Card Slot Support, can be
expanded up to 1GB
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Image Resolution
3856x2892;2592x1944;1600x1200
Movie Resolution
VGA 640x480 / QVGA 320X240, 30 fps
White Balance
Auto/Manual (Daylight, Fluorescent,
Tungsten)
Exposure
Auto/Manual
Self-Timer
10 second delay
Flash
Auto/Off/On
Picture: JPEG
File Format
Movie: AVI (Xvid)
Voice:WAV
Music: MP3
Image play
Single Image/Thumbnails/Slideshow
PC Interface
Mini USB 2.0 Port
TV out
NTSC/PAL Selectable
Battery
NP 60 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
Dimension
108mm×69mm×31mm
Weight
154 g(without battery)
* Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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‹System Requirement
Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP
Pentium MMX、Celeron or AMD Athlon® CPU
64MB RAM
CD ROM
500MB free HDD space
Available USB port
16-bit Color Display
Troubleshooting
Refer to the symptoms and measures listed below before sending the digital
video camera for repairs. If the problem persists, contact your local reseller or
service center.
Power Supply
Symptom
The power does not
come on.
Cause
The battery is not
loaded.
The battery is
exhausted.
The AC power adaptor is
not connected correctly.
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Measure
Load the battery
correctly.
Recharge or use the
AC power adapter.
Reconnect it properly.
English
Symptom
Cause
Measure
The power cuts out
during use.
The digital video camera
was left unattended and
unused, so the auto
powers off cuts it off.
The battery is
exhausted.
Turn the power back
on.
The power does not
go off.
The battery runs out
quickly.
Digital video camera
malfunction.
It is being used in
extreme low
temperature.
Many images are being
captured in dark places
inside, requiring flash.
The battery is not fully
charged.
The battery is not used
for an extended period
of time after charged.
The battery or digital
video camera feels
warm.
Recharge or use the
AC power adapter.
Reload the battery. If
using the AC power
adapter, reconnect it.
Long period of
continuous use of the
digital video camera or
the flash.
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Fully charge the
battery and discharge
it for at least one
complete cycle before
use to maximize its
performance and
lifetime.
English
Shooting
Symptom
Cause
Measure
Even if I press the
shutter button, the
digital video camera
does not shoot.
The battery is
running low.
The power is not
on.
The digital video
camera is not in
shooting mode.
The shutter button
is not pressed all
the way.
The internal
memory or
memory card
does not have any
free space.
End of memory
card life.
The flash is
recharging.
Recharge or use the AC
power adapter.
The memory card
is unrecognized
by the digital
video camera.
Images do not
appear on the LCD
monitor.
The auto power
off function is
activated.
The power is not
on.
The LCD monitor
is dark.
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Turn the power on.
Slide the mode switch to
shooting mode.
Press the shutter button all
the way.
Load a new memory card, or
delete unwanted files.
Load a new memory card.
Wait until the system LED off.
Format the memory card in
this digital video camera
before its first use or when it
was used other than this
digital video camera.
Turn the power on again.
Turn the power on.
Adjust the brightness of the
LCD monitor in the SYSTEM
MENU.
English
Symptom
Cause
Although it is set to
Auto Focus, it does
not focus.
The lens or
Self-timer LED is
dirty.
The distance to
the subject is
smaller than the
effective range.
The flash does not
fire. The flash
cannot recharge.
Measure
The flash is set to
flash off.
Wipe clean with a soft, dry
cloth or lens paper.
Get your subject within the
effective focus range.
Set the flash to something
other than flash off mode.
Symptom
Cause
Measure
Even though the
flash fired, the
image is dark.
The distance to the
subject is greater than
flash effective range.
Get closer to your
subject and capture.
The image is too
dark.
The image was captured
in a dark place while set
to flash off.
Set the flash to
something other than
flash off mode.
It is under-exposed.
Set the exposure
compensation to a
larger value.
The image is too
bright.
It is over-exposed.
Set the exposure
compensation to a
smaller value.
The image lacks
natural color.
The image was captured
in conditions that are
hard for Auto White
Balance to adjust to.
Add a white object to
the composition.
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Playback
Symptom
Cause
Measure
Cannot playback.
It is not set to playback
mode.
You played back a
memory card that was
not formatted by this
device.
Slide the mode
switch to playback
mode.
Loaded a card that
was formatted and
stored on by this
device.
The file is protected.
Cancel protection.
You played back a
memory card that was
not formatted by this
device.
The memory card is
write- protected.
End of memory card life.
Loaded a card that
was formatted and
stored on by this
device.
Remove the writeprotection.
Load a new memory
card.
Adjust the brightness
of LCD monitor in
the SYSTEM MENU.
The contents of
memory card cannot
be replayed.
Files cannot be
deleted.
Cannot format a
memory card.
The playback image
is dark though I
used the flash.
The LCD monitor is too
dark.
Other Problems
Symptom
Cause
Measure
Cannot load the
memory card.
Even when the
digital video
camera’s buttons
are pressed, it does
The card is facing the
wrong way.
The battery is running
low.
Digital video camera
malfunction.
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Load correctly.
Recharge or use the
AC power adapter.
Turn the power off
and remove the
English
not operate.
battery once, and try
again.
The date and time is
wrong.
The correct date and
time is not set.
Set the correct date
and time.
The date set has
disappeared.
The battery is removed
with the power still on.
Set the date and
time again.
About connecting to your computer/software
Symptom
Cause
Measure
Cannot download
The free space on the
Check whether the
files.
hard disk drive of your
hard disk drive has
computer may be
enough space for
insufficient.
running Windows,
and if the drive for
loading files has a
capacity at least that
of the memory card
inserted in the digital
video camera.
No power supply.
Recharge the battery
or use the AC power
adapter or turn the
power on.
The USB driver is not
installed (for Windows
98/98SE).
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Install USB driver.
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