Konica Minolta Dimage G600
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User reviews and opinions
|DMakurat||5:15am on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010|
|none Camera is either easily damaged, or the company just ripped me off. My old camera was a Ricoh KR-5 35 mm semi-automatic--that means that the light meter was built into the camera. It was a great.|
|cohortq||7:30am on Sunday, August 29th, 2010|
|Complex menus No dials with modes as in many other cameras. The menus are complex and complicated.|
|hxman||3:50pm on Saturday, June 26th, 2010|
|Complex menus No dials with modes as in many other cameras. The menus are complex and complicated.|
|hymang||4:36pm on Monday, June 21st, 2010|
|Avoid this piece of junk - buy a Canon or Nikon The flash on this camera broke after < 2 months. Avoid this piece of junk - buy a Canon or Nikon The flash on this camera broke after < 2 months.|
|remytapie||12:39am on Thursday, June 17th, 2010|
|DiMage G600 I bought my little camera, as my first digital camera last christmas. Excellent Pictures, but only 30 Sec movies I had the G400, which I loved very much. That was stolen so I purchased a G600. Love the photographs.|
|cooki01||5:35pm on Monday, May 31st, 2010|
|Even though this is my first digital camera, it has proven easy to use from the onset. Sturdy Case Small LCD I had a 2 MP HP camera before, and my wife and I had decided to move up. Very fast startup time. Versatility with SD or MS a definite plus.|
|fozzie||1:31pm on Friday, May 14th, 2010|
|Simple to use, quality pics! Easy to setup and use, I purchased this with a Bytestor 512MB SD card which works perfectly fine and is super quick.|
|nihil-baxter||7:50pm on Monday, April 26th, 2010|
|Got this camera for university. It has taken quite a beating over the past two years 7000 pictures in pubs, clubs, parties and many more situations.|
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The following marks may be found on the product:
This mark on your camera certifies that this camera meets the requirements of the EU (European Union) concerning interference causing equipment regulations. CE stands for Conformit Europenne (European Conformity). This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
FCC Compliance Statement Declaration on Conformity Responsible Party: Konica Minolta Photo Imaging U.S.A. Inc. Address: 725 Darlington Avenue, Mahwah, NJ 07430
Digital Camera: DiMAGE G600 Tested To Comply With FCC Standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
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. Changes or modifications not approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against 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 the receiver. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Do not remove the ferrite cores from the cables.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The getting up and running section covers how to prepare the camera for use. It contains important information about power supplies and memory cards. The basic operation of this camera is covered in the recording - basic operation section between pages 22 and 30, and the playback - basic operation section between pages 32 and 34. Read the datatransfer mode section in its entirety before connecting the camera to a computer or printer. Many of the features of this camera are controlled with menus. The menu navigation sections concisely describe the menu. Descriptions of the settings immediately follow the navigation sections. The appendix contains a troubleshooting section to help answer questions about the operation of the camera. Information covering camera care and storage is also provided. Please store this manual in a safe place.
NAMES OF PARTS
* This camera is a sophisticated optical instrument. Care should be taken to keep these surfaces clean. Please read the care and storage instructions in the back of this manual (p. 99). Shutter-release button Flash (p. 28) Microphone Viewfinder window* Lens cover / Main switch
Lens* Self-timer lamp (p. 30)
Tripod socket Battery/Card chamber door (p. 15, 18)
Playback button (p. 32) Display button (p. 27, 33) Delete button (p. 33) Viewfinder* Indicator lamps Zoom buttons (p. 23)
Strap eyelet (p. 20) LCD monitor* Menu button Controller USB-port Speaker
GETTING UP AND RUNNING
CHARGING THE BATTERY
Before the camera can be used, the lithium-ion battery must be charged. Before charging the battery, read the safety warnings on pages 3 and 4 of this manual. Only recharge the battery with the supplied battery charger. The battery should be recharged before each shooting session. See page 100 for battery care and storage. Plug the power cord into the charger unit (1). Plug the other end of the cord into a live household outlet. The included AC cord is designed for the current of the sales region. Only use the cord in the region it was purchased. For more on the AC cable, see page 97.
With the contacts down, slide the battery into the charger (2). The indicator lamp (3) is red when the battery is charging. The lamp turns green when the battery has been charged. Charging time is approximately 120 minutes.
When the battery has been charged, remove the it from the charger. Unplug the power cord from the outlet.
UP AND RUNNING
INSERTING A BATTERY
This digital camera uses one NP-600 lithium-ion battery. Before using the battery, read the safety warnings on pages 3 and 4 of this manual. When replacing the battery, the camera should be turned off. Slide the battery-chamber door toward the side of the camera to release the safety catch (1). Open the door. Insert the battery (2). Close the battery-chamber door (3) and slide it toward the camera to engage the safety catch. After initially installing the battery, the menu language, clock, and calendar need to be set. The camera can also reset if the camera is stored without a battery. See page 21 on how to set up the camera.
BASIC RECORDING OPERATION
Place the subject within the AF area. The focus-lock function (p. 25) can be used with off-center subjects. If the subject is closer than 1m (3ft.) at the zoom lens wide-angle position or 3m (10ft) at the telephoto position, only use the LCD monitor to frame the subject.
Press the shutter-release button partway down (1) to lock the focus and exposure. The aperture value (f-number) and shutter speed is displayed at the top right of the monitor when the exposure is locked. The green viewfinder indicator lamp glows when the focus is locked; the red lamp glows if the flash is going to be used. If the green indicator lamp blinks, the camera could not focus, repeat the procedure.
Press the shutter-release button all the way down (2) to take the picture. After the shutter releases, the green viewfinder indicator lamp blinks and the red lamp glows while image data is being written to the memory card. Never remove a memory card while data is being transferred. If the shutter-release button is pressed and held, a series of consecutive images is captured. The previous image is displayed between exposures. The rate of capture depends on the image size and other functions used. The flash must recharge between exposures. With 2816 X 1536 size images and continuous-advance focus lock on (p. 80), the maximum rate of capture is 0.7fps.
The focus-lock function is used when you want to compose the image with the subject off-center and outside the AF area. Focus lock may also be used when a special situation prevents the camera from focusing on the subject (p. 26). This function is controlled with the shutter-release button. For information on continuous-advance focus lock, see page 80. Place the subject within the AF area. Press and hold the shutter-release button partway down and wait for the green viewfinder indicator lamp to glow to indicate the focus is locked. If the green lamp blinks, repeat the procedure.
Without lifting your finger from the shutter-release button, recompose the subject within the image area. Press the shutter-release button all the way down to take the picture.
The focus range depends on the zoom position. To focus closer than the distances below, use the macro focus mode (p. 30). Wide-angle position 0.5m - (1.6ft. - ) Telephoto position 0.8m - (2.6ft. - )
This digital camera has a quick, accurate autofocusing system. The green indicator lamp next to the viewfinder indicates the focus status. The shutter can be released regardless if the camera can focus on the subject or not. Focus confirmed - the green indicator lamp glows. Focus is locked. Cannot focus - the green indicator lamp blinks.
Flash cancel - the flash will not fire. Use flash cancel when flash photography is prohibited, natural light is desired to illuminate the subject, or the subject is beyond the flash range.
The slow-sync. option in the recording menu specifies the minimum shutter speed used with a particular flash mode to control camera shake. See page 48 for more information. The custom option in the setup menu (p. 77) allows the available flash modes to be edited.
FLASH RANGE - AUTOMATIC OPERATION
The camera automatically controls the flash output. For well-exposed images, the subject must be within the flash range. Because of the optical system, the flash range is not the same at the lens wide-angle position as it is at the telephoto position. The flash range can be changed with camera sensitivity (ISO), see page 51. Wide-angle position 0.5m ~ 3.0m ( 1.6ft ~ 9.8ft) Telephoto position 0.8m ~ 1.7m ( 2.6ft ~ 5.6ft)
The red indicator lamp next to the viewfinder indicates the status of the flash. When the lamp glows, the flash is charging and will be used in the exposure.
FOCUS MODES AND SELF-TIMER
Macro and landscape focus modes as well as a self-timer can be selected by pressing the left key of the controller (1) until the appropriate mode is displayed. The active mode is displayed in the top left corner of the LCD monitor. Macro - used for close-up photographs. The minimum subject distance changes with the zoom position of the lens. Wide-angle position 6cm (2.4in) - Telephoto position 50cm (19.7in) -
Macro Landscape Self-timer Macro / Self-timer Landscape / Self-timer
If the subject is outside the flash range (p. 51), overexposure may result. To prevent the flash from firing, set the flash mode to flash cancel (p. 28). Always use the monitor to frame the image. The use of a tripod is recommended. Macro can be used with the self-timer, see below.
Landscape - focus is optimized for scenic pictures. The use of a tripod is recommended in in twilight or overcast conditions as shutter speeds can be long. The flash is canceled with this focus mode. Landscape can be used with the self-timer.
Camera shake is more noticeable with long exposures or close-up pictures. In these situations, place the camera on a tripod and make the exposure with the self-timer to prevent shaking the camera.
Image-size display (p. 36) Compression (p. 36) Frame number / total number of images on card Battery-condition indicator (p. 16) Press the up key of the controller to display image information. Press the up key a second time to hide the information display.
In playback mode, use the left/right keys of the controller (1) to scroll through the images on the memory card.
To delete a displayed file or all files in the memory location indicated at the top of the image, press the delete button. A confirmation screen appears. Use the left/right keys to highlight the appropriate option. THIS deletes the displayed image and ALL deletes all images in the memory location at the top of the display. CANCEL ends the delete operation. Press the menu button to complete the operation.
DISPLAY BUTTON - PLAYBACK
Pressing the display button switches between the standard display and the image-only display. Image information can only be displayed with the standard display.
To view the recorded images in a 9-frame index, press the wide-angle zoom button (1). The images are grouped by the memory card which is indicated on the first frame of the group. The frame number of the image is displayed. The controller moves the red border among the images. Press the menu button, telephoto zoom button, or shutter-release button to display the framed image in the single-frame playback mode.
An image can be enlarged; maximum magnification depends on image size. To enlarge the displayed image, press the telephoto zoom button (1). Use the zoom buttons (2) to enlarge and reduce the image size; the degree of magnification is displayed. The controller (3) scrolls the image. To cancel the enlarged playback, reduce the image magnification below X1.1 or press the shutter-release button.
34 PLAYBACK BASIC OPERATION
RECORDING - ADVANCED OPERATION
NAVIGATING THE RECORDING MENU
Navigating the menu is simple. The menu button turns the menu on. The controller moves the cursor and changes settings on the menu. Pressing the menu button selects menu options and sets adjustments. To activate the recording menu, press the menu button. Use the up/down keys of the controller to scroll through the menu options. Highlight the option whose setting needs to be changed.
With the menu option to be changed highlighted, press the right key to continue; refer to the appropriate section on how to set the function. Pressing the menu button also opens the next screen. To close the menu, press the left controller key or the shutter-release button. The options available on the recording menu can be simplified with the setup menu. See page 72 for more information.
RESOLUTION MOVIE ON EXPOSURE WHITE BALANCE AE MONOCHROME DIGITAL ZOOM MONITOR ADJ. VOICE ADD REC SLOW SHUTTER MAN EXPOSURE ON QUALITY SETUP RETURN SELECT
Increase Image is too: Decrease Blue + Green Red Red Blue + Red Green Green Red + Green Blue Blue Blue + Green Red Cyan Green Magenta Blue + Red Blue Red + Green Yellow
A SHORT GUIDE TO PHOTOGRAPHY
Photography can be a rewarding pursuit. It is a broad and disciplined field that can take years to master. But the pleasure in making photographs and the joy of capturing a magical moment cannot be compared. The guide is an introduction to some basic photographic principles. The zoom lens not only affects how large the subject is in the picture, but it also influences the depth of field and perspective. Depth of field is the area between the closest object in focus and the furthest object in focus. As the lens zooms in to the telephoto position, the depth of field becomes shallower, separating the subject from the background. Many portraits are taken with telephoto lenses. Zooming the lens out to the wide-angle position makes both the foreground and background appear sharper. Usually landscape photographs take advantage of the large depth of field of wide-angle lenses. Wide-angle lenses also create a strong perspective which gives a sense of depth in the image. Telephoto lenses compress the space between the subject and background and create a weak perspective.
WHAT IS AN EV?
Ev stands for exposure value. A change of one Ev adjusts the exposure by a factor of two.
+2.0 Ev 4X as much light +1.0 Ev 2X as much light Calculated exposure 1.0 Ev 1/2 as much light 2.0 Ev 1/4 as much light
GUIDE TO PHOTOGRAPHY
PLAYBACK - ADVANCED OPERATION
The basic functions in this mode are described in the basic playback section on pages 32 through 34. This section covers how to playback movie clips and audio tracks as well as the advanced function on the playback menu.
PLAYING BACK MOVIES AND AUDIO
Movie clips (p. 38) and audio tracks (p. 45, 46) can be played back in the playback mode. The type of file is specified with an indicator in the bottom right corner of the monitor and the playback time in the top right corner.
Press the shutter-release button to start the playback of the displayed file. Playback time is displayed in the top right corner of the image. To cancel the playback, press the shutter-release button.
NAVIGATING THE PLAYBACK MENU
Navigating the menu is simple. The menu button turns the menu on. The controller moves the cursor and changes settings on the menu. Pressing the menu button selects menu options and sets adjustments. To activate the playback menu, press the menu button. Use the up/down keys of the controller to scroll through the menu options. Highlight the option whose setting needs to be changed. With the menu option to be changed highlighted, press the right key to continue; refer to the appropriate section on the how to set the function. Pressing the menu button also opens the next screen. To close the menu, press the left controller key or the shutter-release button.
The DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) allows direct printing of still images from digital cameras. After creating the DPOF file, take the memory card to a photofinishing service or insert it into the memory-card slot of a DPOF compatible printer. Use the up/down keys of the controller to highlight the DPOF option.
Use the up/down keys to highlight the media, unit, or date option. Press the right controller key to display the settings. Use the up/down keys to highlight the new setting. Press the right key or menu button to complete the selection.
DPOF MEDIA UNIT DATE ENTER
SD SELECT ALL ON
DPOF UNIT SELECT ALL ON ALL OFF SET
The media option specifies the card from which the files are printed; SD for a SD Memory card or MultiMediaCard, and MS for a Memory Stick. The unit option specifies whether some (SELECT) or all (ALL ON) files are printed, or the DPOF file is canceled (ALL OFF). The date option specifies whether the date and time of recording is printed with each image (ALL ON) or not (ALL OFF).
62 PLAYBACK - ADVANCED
Use the up/down keys to highlight the enter option. Press the right key or menu button to complete the operation. The left controller key cancels the DPOF routine. If the select unit option was selected, the frame selection screen opens. Select the image(s) to be printed by placing the red frame on the index thumbnail and pressing the menu button; a yellow frame indicates selection. Use the zoom buttons to select the numbers of copies; the number of copies is displayed in the top left corner of each index frame. Reduce the number of copies to zero to deselect the image. Highlight the END frame and press the menu button to continue. See page 57 for more on the frame-selection screen. If the number of copies have not been specified on the frame-selection screen, use the up/down keys to select the number of copies of each print. Use the left/right keys to highlight Yes. No cancels the operation
DPOF MEDIA UNIT DATE ENTER CANCEL
SD SELECT ALL ON SELECT
DPOF SET OK? QUANTITY SET 1 YES NO
Press the menu button to complete the operation. When using the date option, how and where the date is printed varies with the printer. Not all printers can print the date and time
Important files can be protected. A protected file cannot be erased by any of the cameras delete functions. However, the formatting function (p. 71) will erase all files on a memory card whether protected or not. Use the up/down keys of the controller to highlight the protect option.
RESIZE PROTECT MOVE SLIDE SHOW ADD REC. RETURN
PROTECT MEDIA UNIT ENTER
The self-timer delay can be selected between 10 seconds and 3 seconds. The 3-second self-timer mode is not canceled after the exposure. See page 30. Select the self timer option from the setup menu (p. 70). Use the up/down keys to highlight the self-timer delay.
10 SEC 3 SEC
SELF TIMER SET
The sounds used in camera operation can be turned on and off. The beep is for the selftimer countdown and warnings. The effect is for the focus signal and when the camera is turn on. The shutter sound is used when a picture is taken. Select the sound option from the setup menu (p. 70). Use the up/down keys to highlight the beep, effect, or shutter option. Press the right controller key to display the settings.
SOUND BEEP EFFECT SHUTTER
ON ON ON
Use the up/down keys to highlight off or on.
SOUND EFFECT ON OFF SET
Press the right key or menu button to complete the operation.
The length of the auto-power-off period can be changed between 3 and 10 minutes or the function can be disabled. For more on auto power off, see page 16. Select the autopower-off option from the setup menu (p. 70). Use the up/down keys to highlight the appropriate setting. Press the right key or menu button to complete the operation. The left controller key cancels the operation.
74 SETUP MENU
AUTO POWER OFF SET 3 MIN 10 MIN OFF CANCEL SET
If file-number reset is active and the memory card is changed or all files are deleted, the first file saved is assigned a 0001 file number. If file number reset is off, the first image saved has a number one greater than the last file saved regardless of the number of files on the card. If a new card contains an image with a greater file number, the file number of the saved image will be one greater than the greatest on the card. Select the number-reset option from the setup menu (p. 70). Use the up/down keys to highlight on or off.
NUMBER RESET SET ON OFF
When two memory cards are used in the camera, memory priority specifies to which card recorded images and audio are saved. When the card is full, the second card is then used. When a single card is used, memory priority is set to that card automatically. Select the memory-priority option from the setup menu (p. 70). Use the up/down keys to highlight the preferred memory card; SD for a SD Memory card or MultiMediaCard, and MS for a Memory Stick. Press the right key or menu button to complete the operation. The left controller key cancels the operation.
MEMORY PRIORITY SET SD MS
The language used in the menus can be changed. Select the language option from the setup menu (p. 70).
Use the up/down keys to select the language.
Use the left/right keys to highlight Yes. No will cancel the operation. Press the menu button to complete the operation.
ADD AUDIO RECORDING SETUP
This option specifies if the add audio recording function must selected from the menu (IF SELECTED) or the function activates automatically each time a still image is recorded (ALWAYS). See page 46 for more information on adding an audio recording. Select the add rec set option from the setup menu (p. 70). Use the up/down keys to highlight the appropriate setting. Press the right key or menu button to complete the operation. The left controller key cancels the operation.
76 SETUP MENU
ADD REC SET SET IF SELECTED ALWAYS
The custom-setup option allows the camera functions to be customized. See the following page for information on custom functions. Select the custom option from the setup menu (p. 70).
Use the up/down keys to highlight an option.
Press the right key or menu button to continue. Press the left controller key to return to the setup menu. Using the flash, macro, and AF AE AWB setup screens. Use the up/down keys to highlight the setting.
FLASH MACRO AF AE AWB CONTINUOUS SELECT
Press the right key or menu button to turn it on or off. Press the left controller key to return to the previous screen. Using the continuous-advance focus-lock setup screen. Use the up/down keys to highlight on or off.
CUSTOM SETUP NOTES
To set the custom-setup option, see the previous page.
This custom-setup option edits the flash modes available in the recording mode. One flash mode must be left active. For more on flash modes, see page 28.
Macro - focus and self-timer modes
For the camera to be connected directly to the computer and used as a mass-storage device, the computer must be equipped with a USB port as a standard interface. The computer and the operating system must be guaranteed by their manufacturers to support USB interface. The following operating systems are compatible with the camera: Windows 98, 98SE, Me, 2000 Professional, and XP home and professional editions. Mac OS 9.0 ~ 9.2.2 and Mac OS X 10.1.3 - 10.1.5, 10.2.1 ~ 10.2.8, 10.3 ~10.3.2. Check the Konica Minolta web site for the latest compatibility information: North America: http://www.konicaminolta.us/ Europe: http://www.konicaminoltasupport.com Users with Windows 98 or 98 second edition will need to install the driver software on the included DiMAGE Viewer CD-ROM (p. 85). No special driver software is required for other Windows or Macintosh operating systems. Customers who have bought a previous DiMAGE digital camera and have installed the Windows 98 driver software must repeat the installation procedure. The updated version of the driver software included on the supplied DiMAGE Viewer CD-ROM is required for the operation of the DiMAGE G600 with a computer. The new software will have no affect on the performance of older DiMAGE cameras. A remote camera driver is supplied with the Windows edition of the DiMAGE Viewer. The driver is not compatible with this camera.
CONNECTING THE CAMERA TO A COMPUTER
A fully charged battery should be used when the camera is connected to a computer. The use of the AC adapter (sold separately) is recommended over the use of the battery. For users with Windows 98 or 98SE, read the section on page 85 on how to install the necessary USB driver before connecting the camera to a computer. 1.Insert the memory card into the camera. Confirm the memory-priority option in the setup menu is set to the card type. To change the memory card while the camera is connected to a computer, see page 95. 2.Turn off the camera. 3.Insert the small plug of the USB cable into the camera. Make sure the plug is firmly attached. 4.Attach the other end of the USB cable to the computers USB port. Make sure the plug is firmly attached. The camera should be connected directly to the computers USB port. Attaching the camera to a USB hub may prevent the camera from operating properly. The camera turns on automatically when it is connected to a computer; both viewfinder lamps light to indicate the connection. When using two cards in the camera, if the card to be accessed is full, the camera may automatically switch the memory priority to the empty card. Remove the empty card and confirm memory priority before connecting the camera to a computer. When the camera is properly connected to the computer, a drive icon, or volume, appears in My Computer or on the desktop. The drive icon can be identified by the camera name and memory card or as a removable disk. When using Windows XP or Mac OS X, a window opens requesting instructions on what to do with the image data; follow the directions in the window. If the computer does not recognize the camera, disconnect the camera and restart the computer. Repeat the connection procedure above.
DISCONNECTING THE CAMERA FROM A COMPUTER
Never disconnect the camera when data is being transferred between the camera and computer,
Windows 98 / 98 Second Edition
Confirm no files are being copied between the camera and computer. Disconnect the USB cable.
Windows Me, 2000 Professional, and XP
To disconnect the camera, click once on the unplug-or-eject-hardware icon located on the task bar. A small window opens indicating the device to be stopped.
Click on the small window to stop the device. The safe-to-removehardware window opens. Close the window and then disconnect the USB cable.
When more than one external device are connected to the computer, repeat the procedure above except right click on the unplug-or-eject-hardware icon. This opens the unplug-or-eject-hardware window after clicking on the small window indicating the unplug-or-eject-hardware routine.
The hardware devices to be stopped is displayed. Highlight the device by clicking on it then click Stop.
A confirmation screen appears to indicate the devices to be stopped. Clicking OK will stop the device.
A third and final screen appears to indicate the camera can be safely disconnected from the computer. Close the window and then disconnect the USB cable.
Confirm that no data is being transferred between the camera and computer and then drag the massstorage device icon and drop it into the trash. Disconnect the USB cable.
Confirm the transfer-mode option in the setup menu is set to PictBridge. Connect the camera to a PictBridge compatible printer using the cameras USB cable. The larger plug of the cable is connected to the printer. Insert the smaller plug of the cable into the camera; the camera turns on automatically and starts the PictBridge connection. Individual still images can be selected for printing on the PictBridge screen. When two memory cards are in the camera, only the images on the card specified with the memory priority option on the setup menu (p. 75) can be viewed. Total number of prints Number of copies Image size
Use the left/right keys of the controller to display the image to be printed. Press the up key to select the number of copies to be printed. No more than 50 images can be selected. To deselect an image for printing, press the down key until the number of copies reaches zero. Repeat the previous steps until all the images to be printed are selected. Press the menu button to continue.
Paper size Printer setup 2 x 3 card L 100mmX150mm Postcard 4 x 6 2L 8 x 10 A4 Letter :move Total: 3 Printing. :print 2 1600
Use the up/down keys of the controller to select the paper size. The options available depend on the printer. The printer-setup option uses the size set with the printer. Press the menu button to begin printing.
To cancel the print run once it begins, press the menu button.
:cancel Total: 1600 Printing finished.
The printing-finished message indicates the end of the print run. Press the menu button to complete the operation. Unplug the camera from the printer.
The following are the dimensions for postcard, L, and 2L paper sizes in both millimeters and inches for your reference: Postcard L 2L 100 X 148mm 89 X 127mm 127 X 178mm 3.9 X 5.9 in. 3.5 X 5.0 in. 5.0 X 7.0 in.
NOTES ON PRINTING ERRORS
If a minor problem occurs during printing, such as the paper runs out, follow the procedure recommended for the printer; no action is required for the camera. If a major printer error occurs, press the menu button to end the routine. Refer to the printer manual for the correct procedure for the printer problem. Check the printer settings before starting again and use the PictBridge screen to deselect the images that were printed.
QUICKTIME SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
IBM PC / AT Compatible
Pentium processor-based PC or compatible computer Windows 98, Me, 2000, or XP. 128MB or more of RAM
To install QuickTime, follow the instructions in the installer. Macintosh users can download the latest version of QuickTime free of charge from the Apple Computer web site: http://www.apple.com.
CHANGING THE MEMORY CARD - DATA-TRANSFER MODE
Never remove the card when data is being transferred between the camera and computer - the data or memory card may permanently be damaged.
Windows 98 and 98 Second Edition
1. Disconnect the USB cable. 2. Change the memory card. 3. Reconnect the USB cable to remake the USB connection.
Windows ME, 2000 Professional, and XP
1. 2. 3. 4. Stop the USB connection using the unplug-or-eject-hardware routine (p. 90). Disconnect the USB cable. Change the memory card. Reconnect the USB cable to remake the USB connection.
1. 2. 3. 4. Stop the USB connection by dragging the drive icon into the trash (p. 91). Disconnect the USB cable. Change the memory card. Reconnect the USB cable to remake the USB connection.
The section covers minor problems with basic camera operation. For major problems or damage, or if a problem continues to reoccur frequently, contact a Konica Minolta service facility.
The camera will not work.
Nothing displayed on the monitor.
The battery is dead. The AC adapter is not connected properly.
Recharge battery (p. 14). Check that the adapter is connected to the camera and a live electrical outlet (p. 17).
Shutter will not release.
Memory-full warning appears on the monitor.
Memory card is full and unable to store an image at the resolution settings on the camera.
Insert a new memory card (p. 18), delete some images (p. 33), or change the resolution settings (p. 36).
Battery performance decreases with temperature. In cold environments, we recommend keeping spare batteries in a warm place, such as the inside of a coat. Batteries can recover their power when they warm up. Do not store the battery when it is fully charged. When storing the battery for extended periods, recharge it for five minutes every six months. The battery may not be able to be charged if completely exhausted. Store batteries within -20C to 35C (-4F to 95F). A special built-in, long-life battery supplies power to the clock and memory when the camera is turned off. If the camera resets each time it is turned off, the battery is exhausted. It must be replaced at a Konica Minolta service facility. Keep battery and camera charger contacts clean. Dirty contacts can prevent charging. If the contacts become dirty, wipe them with a cotton swab.
Before important events and journeys
Check the cameras operation; take test pictures and purchase spare batteries. Konica Minolta has no responsibility for any damage or loss incurred by equipment malfunction.
Operating temperatures and conditions
This camera has been designed for use in temperatures from 0C to 50C (32F to 122F). Never leave the camera exposed to extreme high temperatures, such as in a car parked in the sun, or to extreme humidity. When taking the camera from a cold to a warm environment, place it in a sealed plastic bag to prevent condensation from forming. Allow the camera to come to room temperature before removing it from the bag.
LCD monitor care
The LCD monitor is manufactured using high-precision technology and more than 99.99% of the pixels operate properly. Less than 0.01% of the monitor pixels are displayed as color or bright points; this is not monitor defect and does not affect the recorded image. Do not apply pressure to the surface of the LCD monitor; it may be permanently damaged. If fingerprints are on the LCD monitor surface, gently wipe with a soft, clean, dry cloth.
TV program, films, video tapes, photographs, and other materials may be copyrighted. Unauthorized recording or duplication of such material may be contrary to copyright laws. Taking pictures or images of performances, exhibitions, etc., is prohibited without approval and can infringe on copyright. Images protected by copyright can only be used under the provisions within the copyright laws.
Technical Specifications DiMAGE G600 Number of effective pixels: CCD: Camera sensitivity: Focal length: Lens construction: Maximum aperture: Minimum focus distance: Minimum macro distance: Viewfinder type: Monitor LCD: Shutter: Shutter speed range: Autofocus system: Metering: Exposure modes: Exposure compensation: Flash range: Flash/Shooting modes: 6.0 million 1/1.76-type interline primary-color CCD Total pixels: 6.40 million Auto, ISO 50, 100, 200, 400 equivalents 8 24mm (35mm equivalent: 39 - 117mm) 7 elements in 6 groups f/2.8 f/4.9 Wide: 0.5 m / 1.6 ft. from front of lens Telephoto: 0.8 m / 2.6 ft. from front of lens Wide: 6 cm / 2.4 in. from front of lens Telephoto: 50cm / 19.7 in. from front of lens Optical real-image zoom viewfinder 3.8cm (1.5 inch) TFT color monitor Total number of pixels: 117,000 CCD electronic shutter and mechanical shutter Programmed AE: 1 - 1/2000 s Manual exposure mode: 15 - 1/1000 s Video AF Center-weighted average, Spot Programmed AE, Manual 1.5 Ev in 0.3 increments Wide: 0.5 3.03 m / 1.6 9.9 ft. (approx.) Telephoto: 0.8 1.7 m / 2.6 5.7 ft. (approx.) Autoflash, Autoflash with red-eye reduction, Fill-in, Off, Slow-sync, Macro-photo, Distant view, Self-timer, Fixed focus Available 10 s, 3s (approx.) Recording time: 30 s (max.) with monaural audio Frame rate: 15fps 30 s (max.) of audio can be recorded with and without an image. Audio can be recorded and attached to a playback image. Monaural audio only. Automatic, Preset (Daylight, Cloudy, Tungsten,
Continuous advance: Self-timer: Movie recording:
Contrast compensation: Color Sharpness settings: Color balance: Color modes: Digital zoom: Copy function: Resize:
Fluorescent) Five levels saturation Five levels Five levels Five levels for each RGB channel Color, Black and white, Sepia 2x, 3x To copy images and audio between memory cards. To VGA (640x480) from 2816x2112, 2272x1704, or 1600x1200 size images for transmission. To QVGA (320x240) from 2816x2112, 2272x1704, 1600x1200, or 640X480 for transmission. Fine, Normal compensation:
Number of recorded pixels (Still images): 2816 x 2112, 2272 x 1704, 1600 x 1200, 640 x 480 Number of recorded pixels (Movie clips): 320 x 240 Storage capacity: Approximate storage capacity of a 16MB SD (Secure Digital) Memory Card:
2816x2112 2272x1704 1600x1200 640x480 Fine Normal Movie clip 5 frames 8 frames 8 frames 16 frames 16 frames 33 frames 66 frames 133 frames
Two 30-second clips
* Movie clips recorded with audio. * Actual number of images may vary depending upon the subject and memory card.
Printing output control:
JPEG, Motion JPEG (AVI), WAVE DCF 1.0 -compliant DPOF-compliant (Supported by printing functions in ver. 1.1) Exif 2.2 Exif Print, PictBridge
Recording media: Computer interface: Battery:
SD (Secure Digital) Memory Cards, MultiMediaCards, Memory Stick Full-speed 12Mbps USB One NP-600 lithium-ion battery
Battery performance (Playback): Approximate continuous playback time: 180 min. Battery performance (Recording): Approximate number of recorded images: 160 frames, Conforming to CIPA ( included AA alkaline batteries, Included SD memory card ) External power source: 4.2 V DC with specified AC adapter (sold separately) Dimensions: 94 (W) x 56(H) x 29.5(D) mm 3.7 (W) x 2.2(H) x 1.16(D) in. Weight: 195g / 6.88 oz. (approx.) without batteries or recording media Operating temperature: 0-50C / 32-122F Standard accessories: Neck strap NS-DG130 USB cable USB-800 16MB SD (Secure Digital) Memory Card Lithium-ion Battery NP-600 Lithium-ion Battery Charger BC-600U, BC600-E, or BC600-GB DiMAGE Viewer CD-ROM Optional accessories: AC Adapter AC-8U, AC-8E, or AC-8GB Specifications and accessories are based on the latest information available at the time of printing and are subject to change without notice.
Minimum System Requirements IBM PC/AT compatibles: Computers: IBM PC/AT compatible computers with preinstalled Windows XP Home, Windows XP Professional, Windows Me, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 98*, or Windows 98 Second Edition* and with a USB port as standard interface. RAM: 16MB of RAM (32MB or more recommended) Monitor: 640x480 monitor capable of displaying 32,000 colors Others: CD-ROM drive Apple Macintosh Computers: Computers: Apple Macintosh computers with preinstalled Mac OS 9.0-9.2.2, and Mac OS X v. 10.1.3-10.1.5, v. 10.2.1-10.2.8, v. 10.3-10.3.2 and with a USB port as standard interface. CPU: PowerPC RAM: 16MB of RAM (32MB or more recommended) Monitor: 640x480 monitor capable of displaying 32,000 colors Others: CD-ROM drive
* The computer and operating system must be guaranteed by their manufacturers to support USB interface. Problems may be encountered depending on what other USB devices are being used in parallel with this product. Only a built-in USB port is supported. Problems may be encountered when the camera is connected to a USB hub. Normal operation may not be possible even when all the system requirements are met. Users with Windows 98 and Windows 98 Second Edition operating systems must install dedicated driver software included in the DiMAGE G500 package.
System requirements are based on the latest information available at the time of printing and are subject to change without notice.
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