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DXG-202V
User's Manual
Contents
1.Attention…………………………………………………………..…….…..……4
Safety Precautions…………………………………………..……………..….………….…..4
Before Using Your Digtial Video Camera………………….…..…..……….………………...4
Operational Precautions...…………………….…………….…………….………...…………5
Package Contents………………………….………….…………….…………….…..…...…..5
2.Getting to Know Your Digital Video Camera………..………..……....…….6
Digital Video Camera Controls….…….……...…………. ……………….………….…….6
Top View………………………………………………..……....….…………...…………....6
Left Side View………………………………………………....….…………...……………6
Right Side View………………………………………………....….………………………6
Rear View………………………………………………....….…………...…………………7
3.Getting Started………..……………..……..…..……………………..……..….8
Preparing Your Digital Video Camera….……...………...…………. …...……………….8
4.Start Using Your Digital Video Camera…………….……..………...…....…9
Function Tree………………….……………….……………….…………….……..…….…..9
Setup Mode…………………………………………….………….……………………….….10
Movie Mode………………………..…….………………….…………….…………..……....11
Status Identifier……………………..………………………....….…………...………….. 11
Recording Video …………...….………….….…………….….…………….….………….12
Recording Video with Self-Timer……………….….…….……….….……..…….…….....12
Voice modes…………………………………………………………………………….…….13
Status Identifier……...……………….………………………………………..….…….…..13
Record Voice………………………………………………………………………………...13
Capture modes…………………………………………………………………………….…14
Status Identifier……………….……………………. …………………………….…….….15
Shooting Photos…………………………………………………….…………………...….15
To take Close-up pictures……………….………….………….…………………….….....15
To take portrait and distant pictures………………...…………………………….……....15
Digital Zoom………………….………….……………….………….……..…………….....15
Snapshot Menu……………………………….………. ……………………….….…...…..16
Flash Function…………...……………….….……………….……………….…..….…….19
Photo/Movie/Voice Playback Mode …….….……………….…….…....…………...……19
Status Identifier ………………………….….…………………………….…..…………....19
Image Playback………….….…………………………………………….…………….…..19
Movie Playback…………………………………….….……...………………..…….……..20
Voice Playback……………………………….….……………...…………………………..20
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Album Function……………………………….….…………………….……....…….……..21
Playback Menu………………………………………………………………...….………...21
5.Connecting Your Computer….…... ..….….....….…...…….…......…......28
Using the Digital Video Camera as a Web camera….…….….…...….…….. ….…….…..28
Using the Digital Video Camera as a Mass Storage drive…..…..…..…..…. …..…..……28
Connecting to Your TV/VCR……………………………………..………….………..….…..29
System Requirements……………….……………………………………………….…...…..30
6.Installing Drivers… …………………….. ……………………….. ………...31
7.Installing the PC Applications…..………...………...………...……...……32
Appendix: Specifications…………………………….…...….....……...……..34
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1. Attention
Please read through this manual carefully before using the Digital Video Camera
and follow the instructions to avoid damage caused by improper operation.
Safty Precautions
● The software CD-ROM packaged with the Digital Video Camera is for PC only.
Do not attempt to play the CD-ROM on a stereo or CD player.
● This Digital Video Camera is a precision electronic device. Do not attempt to
service this Digital Video Camera yourself. Opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous voltage points or other risks. Do not expose this
Digital Video Camera to direct sunlight to avoid causing a fire.
Before Using Your Digital Video Camera
● Try to take some pictures before using it for formal recording. Before taking
pictures with this Digital Video Camera for any important occasion (such as a
wedding ceremony or an overseas trip), test the Digital Video Camera
beforehand to ensure that it functions well. Any additional loss caused by the
malfunctioning of this product (such as costs of photography or any loss of
benefit generated by the photography) is not the responsibility of our company
and no compensation will be given for it.
● Copyright information
Unless agreed to by the rightful owner, all the pictures taken with this Digital
Video Camera must not be used in violation of copyright law. Moreover, when
"No Photography" restrictions are in place, you may not record any live
performance, improvisation or exhibit, even if it is for personal purposes. Any
transfer of pictures and data or use of memory card must be conducted under
the constraints of copyright law.
● Notes on the LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) monitor fluid
1. Skin Contact:
Please wipe dry the skin with a cloth and wash flush with large amounts of
water.
2. Eye Contact:
Please immediately rinse with fresh water for at least 15 minutes, then
consult with a doctor to receive treatment as soon as possible.
3. Swallowing/Ingestion:
Please rinse the mouth with water, drink large amount of water and receive
medical treatment as soon as possible.
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Operational Precautions
This product consists of intricate electrical parts. To ensure normal photography,
do not drop or hit the camera when taking pictures.
● Avoid using or placing the Digital Video Camera in the following locations:
1. Damp and dusty places.
2. Sealed vehicles or places exposed to direct sunlight or places subject to
extremely high temperatures.
3. High vibration.
4. Smoke, fumes or steam.
5. Magnetic fields.
6. Rain, snow or other precipitations.
● Do not open the battery cover when the power is on.
● If water has entered the camera, immediately turn the power off and remove
the batteries.
● How to maintain your camera:
1. If the lens or LCD monitor surface is dirty, please use lens brush or soft cloth
to wipe them clean instead of touching them with your fingers.
2. Do not use any solid object to hit the Digital Video Camera to avoid
scratching the lens, or LCD monitor surface.
3. Do not use any detergent or volatile solution, which will subject the Digital
Video Camera case and paint to damage or distortion. Use soft cloth only.
Package Contents
Please check if the following items are in the package when purchasing this
product.
CD-ROM
Pouch
(Driver & Application
Software)
USB Cable
Wrist
AV OUT Cable
2 x ”AA”
Alkaline
Batteries
User's Manual
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● CD-ROM
(Driver & Application
Software)
● Pouch
● Wrist Strap
● 2 x “AA” Alkaline Batteries
● USB Cable
● AV OUT Cable
● User's Manual
2. Familiarization: Getting to Know Your Camera
Digital Video Camera Controls
Front Side View
Shutter
Self-timer LED
Flash
Lens
Microphone
Left Side View
Set Button-.
Mode Switch
1. Capture Mode
2. Movie Mode
3. Voice Mode
Battery Cover and SD Card slot
Right Side View
Macro Switch.
Terminal Compartment (Ports)
Audio/Video Output Port
USB Port
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Top View
Speaker
Color Liquid Crystal Display
Flash LED
Power LED
Power Button
Enter Button
Playback Button
Display Button
Menu Button
Battery power level
Full battery power
Medium battery power
Low battery power
Battery exhausted
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3.Getting Started
Preparing Your Digital Video Camera
●Step 1 Insert two "AA" batteries into the battery compartment.
●Step 2 When inserting SD/MMC memory card, follow the icon shown in the
compartment to insert or remove the card push-and-pull.
Then, push the memory card all the way into the memory compartment and
close the battery door, push the battery door down and then slide it closed.
Note: When memory card is inserted, the internal 16MB flash memory is
disabled.
●Step 3 Attach the wrist strap to the strap holder in the side of the Digital
Video Camera as illustrated in the picture below.
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4. Start Using Your Digital Video Camera
●Step 1 Press the Power button to turn on the Digital Video Camera. The Power
LED will light up.
●Step 2 The LCD Display will turn on.
Note: The LCD Display turns off automatically if you do not operate it for 30
seconds. The camera turns off automatically if you do not operate it for over
60 seconds.
Function Tree
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Setup Mode
Press the Set button to enter the setup menu.
You can configure the basic settings:
1. Beep--Sound On/Off.
2. Date/Time--Date & time settings.
3. Language--Language settings.
4. Format--Format the internal memory or memory cards.
5. Default--Reset to preliminary settings.
6. TV--TV output format setting: NTSC/PAL
7. Frequency--Fluorescent frequency: 50Hz/60Hz
Date/Time setting
●Step 1. Press
to move to the Date/Time option.
●Step 2. Press Enter button to bring up the menu.
●Step 3.
●Step 4.
Press
to adjust Date/Time; press
day, hour or minute.
to select year, month,
Press Enter button to save your settings and then exit.
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Formatting the Memory Card
Format your SD/MMC memory card before using it to store pictures.
●Step 1. Press
to move down to the Format option.
●Step 2. Press Enter button to bring up the"Cancel/OK" Menu.
●Step 3. To format the memory card, select “ok” on the screen and then press
the Enter button. You will hear a ring sound when you press it.
●Step 4. The Digital Video Camera then begins formatting the memory card.
Wait for the formatting process to finish.
●Step 5. Upon formatting, memory card files will be deleted: Format OK
Movie Mode
Slide the Mode switch to select Movie Mode
Status Identifier
Movie Mode Indicator
Movie Recording Time
Image Number
Battery Status Indicator
Card Indicator
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Recording Video
Video is recorded at a rate of approximately 15 frames per second in AVI
format.
●Step 1. Press the Shutter button once to start recording video. You will see
live views of the subjects or scenes you are recording on the LCD.
●Step 2 While recording, a red icon
blinks on the upper left side of the LCD
Display and the record time increments. The icon stops blinking and
becomes green after you terminate the recording process.
●Step 3 To stop recording, press the Shutter button again.
Recording Video with Self-timer
To use the Self-Timer function for recording video clips, press the Menu button to
will appear on
switch the timer on and off. With the timer set to on, the icon
center of LCD panel.
Image quality setting
Same as Capture Mode (p.17).
Voice mode
You can record voice sounds and music just as you can with any recorder. The file
format standard it uses is Microsoft WAV (.wav). These .wav files can be played
on the Digital Video Camera, your PC or on a standard television. First connect
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the camera must be connected to the display output device (monitor or TV) with
the AV cable.
Status Identifier
Voice Icon
Record Length
Image Number
Card Indicator
Battery Indicator
Record Voice
Dial the Mode Switch to Voice
●Step 1. Press the Shutter button once to start recording voice.
●Step 2. While you are recording, an red icon
blinks on the upper
left side of the LCD Display. The icon turn to green after you
terminate the recording process. The recording time is displayed
as you shoot.
Step 3. Press the Shutter button to stop the voice recording.
The voice playback function is in Playback mode.
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Capture Mode
Turn the Mode Switch to Capture Mode
Status Identifier
Date Stamp (Default is not displayed).
Battery Status Indicator:
(Full)
Half
Low
Empty
Memory Card Status:
Card inside Or Not.
Image Number
Self-timer Indicator
EV Level
White Balance:
Auto,
Sunny,
Tungsten,
Image Quality:
Fine,
Normal,
Basic.
Image Size: 4M (2304x1728), 3M (2048x1536),
2M (1600x1200), VGA (640x480).
EV Lock Indicator (Press Shutter button half way).
Zoom Lever:
(Normal), (4.0x Zoom).
Macro Indicator
Capture Mode Indicator
Flash Mode:
(OFF),
(Auto),
Fluorescent.
Warnings:
Card Lock: this symbol blinks if the Shutter button is pressed with the
memory card locked.
Memory Full, this symbol shows up blinking when the internal memory or
the inserted memory card is full.
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Shooting Photos
Taking pictures with your Digital Video Camera is a snap. Just point and shoot!
● Step 1. Turn on camera.
● Step 2. Frame the subject in the LCD Display.
● Step 3. Press the Shutter button to take a picture.
The picture will remain on the display until it is stored in the memory. When the
LCD Display resumes, you can starting setting up your next shot.
Close-up pictures
● Step 1. Push the Macro switch downwards to
select the Macro mode . The Macro
indicator
appears on the LCD.
●
Step 2. Position the lens between
25~30cm distance (10-12”)
Portrait and distance pictures
● Step 1. Push the Macro switch upward for normal mode. The icon
on the
LCD panel will disappear, allowing you to take pictures of people or sceneries
from 1.2m~infinity.
● Step 2. To take pictures, follow the steps in the "Shooting Photos"
section.
Digital Zoom
Press
to enter Zoom in/Zoom out functions. The framed image can be
zoomed between 1.0X ~4.0X.
Snapshot Menu
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In Capture mode, press Menu button to enter Snapshot Menu:
White Balance Setting
● Step 1. Use
to select WB on the menu bar.
● Step 2. Press the Enter button to enter White Balance setting menu.
● Step 3. You can use
Fluorescent.
to select Auto, Sunny, Tungsten, and
● Step 4. Press the Enter button to confirm your selection, or press Menu
button to cancel it.
Image Size Setting
● Step 1. Use
to select the image size icon on menu bar.
● Step 2. Press the Enter button to enter Image Size setting menu.
to select:
●Step 3 You can use
VGA: 640 x 480
2M: 1600 x 1200
3M: 2048 x 1536 pixels
4M: 2304 x 1728 pixels
● Step 4. Press the Enter button to confirm your selection. Press the Menu
button to cancel it.
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Image Quality Setting
to select
● Step 1. Use
on the menu bar.
● Step 2. Press the Enter button to enter the Image Quality menu.
● Step 3 Use
to select Fine, Normal or Basic
● Step 4 Press Enter button to confirm your selection, or press Menu button to
cancel it.
Exposure Value Setting
● Step 1. Use
to select EV on the menu bar.
● Step 2. Press Enter button to enter Exposure Value menu.
● Step 3 You can use
to set -2EV, -1.5EV, -1EV, -0.5EV, 0EV, +0.5EV,
+1EV, +1.5EV,and +2EV.
● Step 4 Press Enter button to confirm your selection, or press Menu button to
cancel it.
Self-Timer Setting
● Step 1 Use
to select
on the menu bar.
● Step 2 Press Enter button to enter Self-Timer setting menu.
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● Step 3 You can use
to select ON, Off.
● Step 4 Press Enter button to confirm your selection, or press Menu button to
cancel it.
To Take a picture with self-timer
With the Self-timer function set to “On,” the Self-timer icon
center of the LCD display.
appears at the
When the Shutter button is pressed, the self-timer icon disappears while a
number appears, counting down from 10, beeping while the self-timer LED
blinks.
After the countdown reaches zero, the Digital Video Camera will take a
picture.
Date Stamp setting
● Step 1. Use
to move to
on the menu.
● Step 2. Press the Enter button to enter Date Stamp setting menu.
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● Step 3. You can use
to select ON, Off.
● Step 4. Press the Enter button to confirm your selection, or press the Menu
button to cancel it.
Note: After setting the date stamp on, the date will display on the LCD panel,
and dates will be stamped on captured pictures.
Flash
The Flash function is active only in Capture Mode. The Flash has two
can sequence it into Auto and OFF
statuses. Pressing the Right arrow button
status.
Right button
Off
Auto
Photo/Movie/Voice Playback Mode
Press the Playback button for Playback Mode
Status Identifier
Image Number.
Image Total.
Movie File Indicator.
Movie Play Length
Locking Indicator
Battery Indicator
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Image Playback
Press
to play back the previous image or the next image.
Press the Enter button to enter the image zoom modes
Press the Up button
Press the Down button
to zoom in on the image
to zoom out from the image
In this mode, press the menu button for pan modes
In this mode, you can press any of the following [
to preview the partial images.
]、[
]、[
Press the Enter button to quit the zoom modes or pan modes.
Movie Playback
When it comes to movie files, the movie indicator
appears on the upper-left screen corner. Press
the Enter button to start playing the movie. Press the
Enter button to stop playing the movie.
or
In movie playback you can press the Up button
Down button
to adjust volume. The volume
indicator will appear on lower-right corner of the screen.
Press the Menu button to pause.
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]、[
]
Voice playback
Voice files are indiciated by a voice icon. Press the Enter button to start
playing the voice file. Press the Menu button to pause play. Press Enter
button to stop playing back voice.
During voice playback, press the [ ] 、[ ] button to adjust volume and then the
volume appears on left side of the screen. Press [ ]、[ ] button to adjust
the play time.
Album Function
● Step 1. Enter Playback Mode.
● Step 2. Press Left button
to enter 3-frame Album function , which shows
3 images per page with a mid-size preview window. Use
to
change previewing images. (Pres ENTER to return to Playback Mode
and display selected images in full screen.)
● Step 3. Press the Left button
again to enter the 3x3 Album, which
supports to playback of 9 images on a page, then use
to select
image.
● Step 4. Press ENTER to play back the selected image full screen .
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Playback Menu
Deleting Photos
You can choose to delete a single photo or all the photos stored in the Digital
Video Camera.
Deleting a Single Photo
● Step 1. Make sure that the Digital Video Camera is in playback mode.
Example: Move to the picture which is going to be deleted.
● Step 2. Press the Menu button to enter the Playback Menu and then move
to DEL with
Press the Menu button at this point the screen to return to step 1.
● Step 3. Press the Enter button to bring up Delete menu: Delete One and
Delete All.
If press Menu button, the screen will return to step 2.
● Step 4. Press the Enter button to confirm Delete One, then bring up current
picture with Delete menu: Cancel and Photo Number.
If you press the Menu button, the screen will return to step 2.
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●
Step 5. Press Enter to confirm your
deletions. The image shown on the display
will then be deleted and the previous image
comes up. If you press the Menu button, the screen
will return to step 2.
● Step 6. Select Cancel to stop deleting operation
and go back to the Playback Menu.
Deleting All Photos
You may also choose to delete all the photos if the memory is already full and you
want to free up space to take more photos. But before you remove all photos,
remember to transfer them to your computer for safekeeping.
●Step 1 Make sure that the Digital Video Camera is in playback mode.
●Step 2 Press the Menu button to enter Playback Menu.
If press Menu button, the screen will return to step 1.
● Step 3. Press the Enter button to bring up Delete menu: Delete One and
Delete All, If press Menu button, the screen will return to step 2.
● Step 4 Press
to select the Delete All option on the menu screen.
If press Menu button, the screen will return to step 2.
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● Step 5 Press Enter button to confirm Delete All, then bring up current
picture with Delete menu: Cancel and Delete All.
● Step 6 Press
to select the Delete All option on the menu screen, and
then press Enter button to confirm the erasing operation again.
If you change your mind and do not want to continue deleting all the pictures,
press
to select Cancel on the menu screen. Then press the Enter button.
All your pictures will be retained.
● Step 7 After all the pictures have been deleted, there is a message showing:
No picture
Image protection
You can choose to protect specific photos to prevent accidental deletion.
● Step 1. Press the Menu button to enter Playback Menu.
If you press the Menu button, the screen will return to step 1.
● Step 2. Use
to select
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● Step 3. Press Enter button to bring up Protect Menu.
If press Menu button, the screen will return to step 3.
● Step 4. Press
to select one image for protection.
● Step 5. Press the Enter button to protect the current image. The lock icon
will appear on the top right corner of the image that you selected. This
means the image has been protected.
●Step 6 If the current image has already been protected, you can press the
Enter button to unprotect it, and then icon
will disappear from
the right top corner of the image. This means the image protection
had been disabled.
If press Menu button, the screen will return to step 3.
Slide Show
You can slide show all pictures previously taken with the Digital Video Camera.
● Step 1. Use
to move to
● Step 2. Press Enter button to bring up Slide Show Menu: Cancel and
Start.
If you press the Menu button, the screen will return to step 1.
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to select the Start on the menu screen, and then press
● Step 3. Press
Enter button to slide show all of your pictures.
● Step 4. Press the Enter button to stop slide show.
DPOF Function
Selecting the DPOF option in Playback Menu can directly send your selected
photo to the compatible printers that read DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)
files.
● Set All Pictures to DPOF file
● Step 1. Press the Menu button to enter Playback Menu.
If you press the Menu button, the screen will return to step 1.
● Step 2. Use t
to move to DPOF
If you press the Menu button, the screen will return to step 1.
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● Step 3. Press the Enter button to bring up DPOF Menu:
Set All and Set One.
If you press the Menu button, the screen will return to step 2.
to select Set All on the menu screen, and then press the
● Step 4. Press
Enter button to set all of your pictures, which would indicate print
number 1 only, to DPOF files unless specific picture marked from
following Set Single Picture process.
Note: All pictures which have not been set to DPOF file, will be set to DPOF
file, and print number 1.
You can reset all DPOF pictures by select Reset All and then press Enter Button.
Set Single Picture to DPOF file
● Step 1. Press the Menu button to enter Playback Menu.
If you press the Menu button, the screen will return to step 1.
● Step 2. Use
to move to DPOF
If you press the Menu button, the screen will return to step 1.
● Step 3. Press the Enter button to bring up the DPOF Menu: Set All and Set
One.
If you press the Menu button, the screen will return to step 3.
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to select Set One option on the menu screen, and
● Step 4. Press
then press Enter button to enter menu for setting single picture to
DPOF file.
● Step 5. Press
to select single picture, use
to adjust print
number, number zero means this picture is not set in DPOF file.
● Step 6. After setting a single picture to DPOF file, press the Enter button to
return to Step 3.
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5. Connecting to Your Computer
You will need to connect the Digital Video Camera to your computer's USB port to
transfer photos into your computer. This section shows how you can connect the
Digital Video Camera to your computer.
First, you must install the Digital Video Camera Driver from the software CD-ROM
before connecting to ensure your computer functions properly with USB. See the
section "Installing Software" for details on how to install the driver.
Using the Digital Video Camera as a Web camera or as a Mass
Storage Drive
When you connect the Digital Video Camera to your computer, you can use it as
a Web camera or as a Mass Storage drive. You can then join in video conferencing
sessions on the Internet. You need to install the Digital Video Camera Driver and
required application softwares from the software CD-ROM before you can start
using it as a Web camera. See the section "Installing Software" for installation
instructions.
Using the Digital Video Camera as a Web camera lets you capture video directly
into your computer for later editing or enhancing your videos. See the section
"Installing Software" for installation instructions.
● Step 1. Make sure the Digital Video Camera has two ”AA”
batteries in the compartment.
● Step 2. Connect the smaller end of the USB
cable into the USB port of your Digital
Digital Video Camera.
Note: Make sure to gently plug the USB cable in the right direction to avoid
possible damage to USB connector.
● Step 3 Connect the other end
of the USB cable to the
USB port located on the
back of your computer.
The Digital Video Camera’s LCD
Panel will turn on and enter
PC Connection Menu.
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● Step 4 Press
to select Mass Storage Drive or PC Camera option on
the menu screen, and then press Enter button to enter menu for Using the
Digital Video Camera as a Web camera or a Mass Storage drive.
Connecting to Your TV/VCR
Connect your Digital Video Camera to a television if you want to have a larger
view of your photos.
● Step 1. Connect the black colored plug of the Audio/Video output cable into
the Audio/Video out port in the Terminal Compartment on the left side
of the Digital Video Camera.
● Step 2. Connect the other end of the audio (the white plug) and video (the
yellow plug) output cable to the Audio-in and Video-in plug on your
TV/VCR.
Note: Locate the Audio/Video ports on your individual TV/VCR and insert
the video output connector into the Video port.
● Step 3. On your television, select the channel for auxiliary Audio/Video
input.
Note: Channels may vary by manufacturer; refer to your VCR's operating
manual for specific channel to use.
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System Requirements
Although you can get by with the following minimum system requirements and
use the Digital Video Camera, we recommend that you use a computer system
that exceeds the minimum requirements in order to utilize the Digital Video
Camera at its optimum efficiency. The minimum system requirements for the
Digital Video Camera are as follows:
System (PC) Requirements
OS
Microsoft Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP
CPU
Intel Pentium 166MHz or higher
Memory
Minimum 32 MB memory or above
CD-ROM
4X or above
HDD
10 MB free disk space (minimum)
Others
One standard USB 1.1 port
Note: Before playing Video Clips (*.AVI file), make sure your PC has
DirectX8.0 or higher and a sound card.
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6. Installing Software
You can use the PC Camera and Mass Storage functions of the camera via PC.
To install the camera driver:
● Step 1. Insert the software CD-ROM supplied with the package into the
CD-ROM drive.
● Step 2. The Auto-run program will be
executed and the welcome
screen appears: (If your CD-ROM
drive doesn't support the auto-run
function. Please double press on the
"My Computer" icon on the
desktop. Double press the CD-ROM
drive icon and press the
InstallMgr.exe file in the root
directory.
● Step 3. Click on Install Driver, and the following screen will appear:
● Step 4. Press Next to continue the setup program. After the camera driver
installs successfully, a message will appear on the screen:
● Step 5. Press Finish to restart the computer and finish the driver
installation.
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7. Installing the Applications for PC
Install Arcsoft Software (Example: Arcsoft Photo Impression)
●Step 1. Insert the software CD-ROM supplied with the package into the
CD-ROM drive.
● Step 2 The Auto-run program will
execute and the welcome
screen appears:
(If your CD-ROM drive doesn't support the
auto-run function, please double click on the
"My Computer" icon on the desktop. Double
click the CD-ROM drive icon, then click the
InstallMgr.exe file in the root directory.
● Step 3. Click Arcsoft PhotoImpression
to install, and the screen will appear as
follows:
●
Step 4 Select the language for
installation. Click Enter button to confirm.
● Step 5 You will see the Welcome screen. Click Next to continue.
● Step 6 Enter Software License Agreement window. Click Yes to continue
installation.
●Step 7 Please follow the Wizard instructions to select a destination folder and
components you need.
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●Step 8 Please select the program folder you want to install.
●Step 9 When the installation is complete, the window below will appear.
Press Finish to end the installation.
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Appendix: Camera Specifications
Lens: f=9.6 mm
Image Sensor : 2.0 mega pixel CMOS sensor
Focus: F/2.8
Sensitivity: ISO 100
White Balance: Auto, Sunny, Tungsten, Fluorescent.
Shutter: Electrical
Shutter Speed : 1/4 sec. ~ 1/2000 sec.
Storage Media: 16MB Internal Flash Memory and SD/MMC Card Slot
(supports max. 512MB card)
● Image File Format: JPEG for Still Image; AVI for Motion Image
● Image Resolution:
2304x1728 (Firmware Interpolation)
2048 x 1536 (Firmware Interpolation)
1600 x 1200
640 x 480
● Digital Zoom: 10-Step 4X Digital Zoom
● Focal Range: Standard: 1.2m ~ Infinity
Macro: 25 ~ 30cm
● Self-timer: 10 sec. delay
● PC-CAM Mode : 20~30 fps. (320 x 240) ;15~25 fps. (640 x 480)
● Flash Mode: Auto,Off
● AV-OUT: NTSC/PAL options
● PC Connectio: USB (Ver. 1.1)
● Movie File: Recording approx. 120 sec. continuous movie file with 320 x 240
format (16MB internal memory), the movie length may vary according to the
Quality setting,and extends if there is a memory card inserted.
● Recordable Image Numbers (16MB):
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●
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640X480
Fine
16MB
1600X12 2048X15 2304X172
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36
8
85
15
10
5
Norma
l
130
25
20
15
Basic
180
30
25
20
● Power Supply: 2 x “AA” alkaline Batteries or supports CRV-3.
● Dimensions: 93 x 56 x 38 mm
● Weight: About 120g (batteries excluded)
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