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|bemi||10:45pm on Friday, September 10th, 2010|
|Kodak EasyShare D1030 photo frame Great Frame. Does all that it says it would. Would buy this again.|
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Tap the light next to an up/down arrow highlight your language, then tap OK.
To change the language at a later time:
(Menu). Tap the down arrow to highlight
(Settings); tap the down arrow to highlight Language. The language screen appears. Tap an up/down arrow to highlight your language, then tap OK.
To use the Quick Touch Borders, see page 4.
Setting the clock, date, and timer
If this is the first time you turned on your frame, the Clock and Date screen appears automatically after you select your language. Follow steps 3, 4, and 6 below. To change or set the clock, date, and automatic timer later, follow all the steps below. 1 Tap OK. (Menu), then tap the down arrow to highlight (Settings). Tap
2 Tap the down arrow to highlight Clock and Date, then tap OK.
3 Set the clock. Tap the down arrow to highlight Clock, then slide or tap between the left/right arrow lights to select the current time (based on a 24-hour clock). 4 Set the date. Tap the down arrow to highlight Year/Month/Day, then slide or tap between the left/right arrow lights to select the current date (three separate settings).
Slide between the arrow lights. Press and hold to move quickly through the time and date settings.
5 Set automatic on and off times. Specify the times you want your frame to automatically turn on and off. NOTE: Make sure the on time is earlier than the off time. a Tap the down arrow to highlight Auto Off Auto On, then tap OK to change the option to Enabled. b Tap the down arrow to highlight Turn Frame On At, then slide or tap between the left/right arrow lights to select the On time (based on a 24-hour clock). c Tap the down arrow to highlight Turn Frame Off At, then slide or tap between the left/right arrow lights to select the Off time (based on a 24-hour clock). 6 Tap OK to save your settings and close the menu screen. To close the screen without saving, tap Exit. If your frame loses power, the clock time returns to the factory setting, and the automatic on/off times, if set, are disabled. To reset the clock and re-enable your on/off times, see Resetting the clock and calendar after losing power, page 36.
Changing viewing modes
Press the Mode button for quick access to the four viewing modes on your frame: Pictures & Videos, Collage, Clock, and Calendar. Each time you press the Mode button, the frame advances to the next mode.
Single picture (default)
Collage (6 pictures)
Viewing Modes Pictures (default)the pictures in your current picture source play one at a time (see page 11). Collagemultiple pictures in your current picture source play on the screen (see page 13). Clocka clock with the current time is displayed on one side of the screen, while the pictures in your current picture source play on the other. Calendara calendar with todays date highlighted is displayed on one side of the screen, while the pictures in your current picture source play on the other.
Viewing pictures in collage mode
View a revolving six-picture slide show. Press the Mode button to play your pictures in collage mode.
Tap a right/left arrow
to highlight a different picture in the collage.
Tap the right or bottom border to pause play and highlight the current picture. While play is paused, tap OK to display the highlighted picture in full screen, single view. While play is paused, tap page 16). (Menu) to access the main menu options (see
Tap (Play) to resume collage play. NOTE: Multimedia slide shows do not play in collage mode.
There are two ways to view your pictures as thumbnails:
First, from the picture source list: 1 Tap a touch border to display the icons, then tap 2 Tap (Pictures). to select a picture source, then tap OK (see page 11). (Menu).
3 Tap an up/down arrow
Pictures are displayed as thumbnails. Second, while pictures are playing or from a single view: 1 Tap a touch border to display the icons, then tap 2 Tap (Thumbnails). Pictures are displayed as thumbnails. Tips when viewing thumbnails:
To move to the next or previous row, tap the up/down arrows on the side Quick Touch Border. To move through the thumbnails, tap the arrows or slide your finger left/right along the bottom slider. To move even faster through the thumbnails, press and hold until the speed changes (about 3 seconds). To play a folder of images, highlight the folder then tap To play a slide show, highlight the thumbnail and tap (Play). (Play).
to highlight Multi-Select,
3 To find and highlight a picture, tap the arrow lights or slide between them, then tap (Select). A check mark appears on the selected picture. 4 Continue selecting pictures.
Tap the up/down arrows next or previous row.
to move to the (Deselect) (Menu),
To remove a check mark, tap while the picture is highlighted. To select all pictures at once, tap then tap Select All.
To deselect all pictures at once, tap (Menu), then tap Deselect All. To quickly deselect many pictures, tap (Menu), then tap Select All, then tap Deselect All.
Copying on your frame
Copy pictures or slide shows from your current viewing location to other connected devices (see page 8). For example, copy pictures from a memory card* into your frames internal memory. * HINT: Share the digital pictures from your camera or computertake the card out of your camera or copy pictures from your computer to a memory card. Then copy them into your frames internal memory and share with friends and family, anywhere! CAUTION: Removing a card or disconnecting a device while copying may damage your card, pictures, or device. 1 Highlight a picture in thumbnails view (see page 14) or display it in single view (see page 15). To select multiple pictures, see page 18. 2 Tap (Menu), then tap (Copy). to highlight the copy-to destination, then tap OK.
3 Tap an up/down arrow The picture is copied.
4 Tap OK to dismiss the screen.
Notes on copying to internal memory
When you copy pictures into the frames internal memory, the copies are automatically resized to a lower resolution (smaller size). Full resolution is unnecessary for viewing and quickly fills up the frames memory. To turn off the automatic resizing feature, tap Menu Settings Automatic resizing (see Settings menus, page 29).
1 Highlight a picture in thumbnails view (see page 14) or display it in single view (see page 15). To select multiple pictures, see page 18. 2 Tap (Menu), then tap (Rotate). to highlight the direction and degree of rotation, then
3 Tap an up/down arrow tap OK.
Highlight Exit and tap OK to return to the picture without rotating it.
CAUTION: Removing a card or disconnecting a device while deleting may damage your card, pictures, or device. 1 Highlight a picture in thumbnails view (see page 14) or display it in single view (see page 15). To select multiple pictures, see page 18. 2 Tap (Menu), then tap (Delete).
3 HIghlight Yes to confirm. 4 Tap OK to delete the picture and return to the menu. To change your mind, highlight No, then tap OK to return to the menu.
Creating and playing a multimedia slide show
Use KODAK EASYSHARE Digital Display Software on your computer to create a multimedia slide show (WINDOWS OS only). Then copy the slide show to your frame. NOTE: D830/D1030 Digital Frames do not support audio or video playback. Therefore, audio and video portions of a multimedia slide show (if included) do not play on your frame. Before you proceed, make sure you download and install the software.
Download EASYSHARE Digital Display Software
Download and install the latest version of KODAK EASYSHARE Digital Display Softwarewww.kodak.com/go/digitalframedownloads. 1 Select Software in the product type drop-down menu. 2 Select Digital Display Software in the software package drop-down menu, then click Go. 3 Select your operating system, then follow the screen directions to download and install KODAK EASYSHARE Digital Display Software. The software icon appears on your desktop when the installation is complete. 4 Double-click automatically). to open EASYSHARE Digital Display Software (if it doesnt open
When prompted, take a few minutes to electronically register your frame and software for exclusive tips and offers. To register later, visit www.kodak.com/go/register.
Creating a multimedia slide show
1 Double-click the KODAK EASYSHARE Digital Display Software icon on your desktop to open the software.
2 Click the Slide Show Editor tab. In Picture & Videos, click the folder or location that contains the files you want to add to the slide show. 4 In the Viewer pane, select the pictures, then drag and drop them to the Slide Show Editor. Drag pictures in the Editor to change the play order. Click Save. 6 For more details on creating multimedia slide shows, click Help.
Copying a multimedia slide show to your frame
On your computer, use Digital Display Software to copy your multimedia slide shows to a memory card or USB flash drive. Heres how: 1 In the navigation pane under Slide Shows, click a multimedia slide show. 2 Drag the slide show to a connected card or USB drive in the Drag & Drop Zone. For more details on copying from Digital Display Software to a connected device, click the Help button in the software. 3 Insert the card or USB drive into your frame. Follow the directions for copying on page 19.
Playing a multimedia slide show on your frame
1 Tap (Menu), then tap Slide Shows. (Play). 2 Highlight a slide show icon, then tap The slide show begins playing.
Changing your frame orientation
Your frame is set up to display pictures and videos in landscape orientation. You can turn the frame on its side to change the orientation to portrait. But, you must also change the orientation setting to portrait.
Change the stand position
Rotate the stand 90. To adjust the display angle, move the stand to a different slot.
Change the frame orientation setting
1 Tap (Menu), then tap (Settings).
2 Tap the down arrow
to highlight Frame Orientation, then tap OK.
3 Tap the down arrow to highlight Portrait, then tap OK. 4 Tap to exit. 23
Adding a new standard picture frame
You can personalize your KODAK EASYSHARE Digital Frame by putting a standard picture frame over the digital frames panel. Match your home dcor and style by choosing from the thousands of standard picture frames on the market, even a favorite you might already have.
Choosing a standard picture frame size
KODAK EASYSHARE Digital Frame model D830 D1030 Use a standard picture frame that accommodates this photo size (without a matte) 8" x 10" (20.3 x 25.4 cm) 10" x 13" (25.4 x 33 cm)
Standard picture frames have different attachment styles. Your digital frame fits these most commonly available styles of standard frames:
Slotframes with a slot around the inside perimeter (see page 26) Clipframes with a rotating clip around the perimeter of the frame (see page 27) Tabframes with bendable metal tabs (see page 28)
Picture frame styles that dont fit
Several standard picture frame styles are not compatible with your KODAK EASYHARE Digital Frame. A compatible standard picture frame must accept the dimensions of the digital frames attachment area. The general dimensions of the attachment areas are:
KODAK EASYSHARE Digital Frame model D830 D1030 Digital frames attachment area dimensions 8" x 10" x 0.165" deep (20.3 x 25.4 x.4 cm) 10" x 13" x 0.165" deep (25.4 x 33 x.4 cm)
The following types of standard picture frames will not fit on your EASYSHARE Digital Frame.
Frames that secure a photo by pressing it between two pieces of glass. A deep frame thats designed to hold 3-dimensional objects instead of photos. Frames with inserts in which the insert holds the standard picture size. Frames with a hinged or otherwise non-removable back. Frames with a curved or uneven mounting surface. Frames with a round, oval, or other non-rectangular mounting area. Frames in which you slide the picture into one end.* Handcrafted frames.*
* You may be able to use these frame types. Check for individual frame compatibility.
General attachment details
1 If the faceplate that was packaged with your frame is attached, remove it (see page 9). 2 Remove the back, backing material, and the glass from the standard picture frame. Use CAUTION when handling the glass, the edges are sharp. Store the original faceplate and contents of the standard picture frame in the box that came with your digital frame. Keep for later use. NOTE: You must remove the glass. The digital frames Quick Touch Border will not work with the glass in place. 3 Place the standard picture frame face down on a protected flat surface, and place the digital frame into the picture frame. 4 Attach the frames together according to the following directions. Keep any leftover foam spacers for later use. 5 When attached, make sure the digital frame is secure within the picture frame and cant shift or move around.
Attach a slot-style standard picture frame
Use the clips that are attached to the digital frames back panel. Rotate and depress the clips as needed to engage the slot in the standard frame. If a deep picture frame places the slot above the clips, carefully bend the clips upslightly above the slot. Then, rotate and depress the clips to slide them into the slot. Tighten the screws to secure the clips. Be careful not to over-tighten.
Attach a clip-style standard picture frame
CLIP-style Foam spacers
Use the clips that are attached to the standard picture frame. Use the included self-stick foam spacers to fill any gap between the digital frames back panel and the clips on the standard frame. Stack the spacers if necessary. Avoid adding more spacers than necessary to prevent excessive force against the clips. Tighten the screws to secure the clips. Be careful not to over-tighten.
Attach a bendable metal tab-style standard picture frame
TAB-style Foam spacers
Bend the metal tabs down to secure the digital frame to the standard frame. If necessary, use the included self-stick foam spacers to fill any gap between the digital frames back panel and the metal tabs.
Hanging your frame on the wall
To hang your frame on the wall, remove the stand, then use wall anchoring hardware (not included) to securely mount the frame to the wall. See Back View, page ii for the location of the mounting holes.
Changing settings and more
Changing frame settings
The options in the Settings menu let you customize and configure your frame. IMPORTANT: You may need to keep tapping the up/down arrows to see the complete list of available options. 1 Tap (Menu), then tap (Settings). to highlight a setting, then tap OK.
2 Tap the up/down arrows
3 Follow the on-screen instructions. Tap OK to accept your selections. 4 Tap (Play) to return to playback from the current image. Tap return to the top level menu. (Menu) to
Setting Options Install nowload the latest version of firmware on your Upgrade Firmware This setting is only available if frame (page 32). Exitreturn to the main menu. the upgrade file (.img) is present on the frame (on an inserted memory card or flash drive, or copied into internal memory). Duration Transition Specify how long each picture is displayed, from 3 seconds to 1 hour. The default is 5 seconds. Specify the transition style between pictures during playback. See screen for options. The default is Random.
Default Play Location Yesconfirm the current picture source as your default go-to Save the current picture source location. as your default go-to location. Noexit the menu. Clear My Default Play Locationdelete reference to the currently designated picture source. See Saving a default play location, page 15. Shuffle On (default)play pictures in random order. Offplay pictures by the current Display Picture Order By setting (see page 31). Most recent week (default)start playback with the last week of pictures. Oldest picturestart playback with the oldest picture available. This setting only applies when Display Picture Order By setting is Old to new (see page 31). 1 (darkest) to 10 (lightest).
Slide Show Starting Point Specify where playback starts when Display Picture Order By setting is Oldest to newest (see page 31). Brightness Drag the slider to adjust the screen brightness.
Frame Orientation Landscape (default) Change this setting if you turn Portrait your frame to display it in a See Change the frame orientation setting, page 23. different orientation. Automatic Resizing This setting applies when you copy pictures into the frames internal memory. Copies are automatically resized to a lower resolution (smaller size). On (default)copy pictures to internal memory at a lower resolution (smaller size). Offcopy pictures to internal memory at full resolution. See page 19. Full resolution is unnecessary for viewing and quickly fills up the frames memory.
Setting Fit or Fill Specify how to scale the pictures on the screen. KODAK PERFECT TOUCH Technology Automatically enhance your pictures to look their best on your frame. Display Picture Order By Specify the order in which to play your picturesby date or file name. Options Fitshow the whole picture. Black borders may appear around the image. Fill (default)the picture fills the entire screen; some of the picture may be cut off (cropped). Onautomatically enhance your pictures. Off (default)display pictures without corrections.
Old to new (default)start play with the oldest file date. New to oldstart play with the most recent file date. A - Zstart play alphabetically from A to Z. Z - Astart play alphabetically from Z to A.
NOTE: If Shuffle is On, pictures play in random order, regardless of this setting.
Clock & Date See Setting the clock, date, and timer, page 6. Clockset the current time. Yearset the current year. Monthset the current month. Dayset the current day of the month. Auto Off Auto Onset automatic on and off times. Choose your language (page 6). Check your frame model, serial number, and firmware version. Return to the top menu with no actions performed or saved.
Language About this frame Exit
Upgrading your firmware (recommended)
Firmware is the software that runs on your frame. To check for the latest version, visit www.kodak.com/go/digitalframedownloads. Download the firmware to your computer, then upgrade your frame: 1 On your computer, go to www.kodak.com/go/digitalframedownloads. 2 Follow the screen directions to download the frame firmware to your computer. 3 Copy the IMG file to the root directory (not in a folder or subfolder) of a memory card or USB flash drive, then insert into the frame. 4 Tap (Menu), then tap (Settings).
5 Highlight Firmware Upgrade, then tap OK to begin the upgrade. IMPORTANT: Do not turn off the frame or remove the memory card or USB flash drive during the upgrade! When the upgrade is complete, your frame automatically restarts. If it doesnt, press the power button on the frame to Off, then back to On.
Maintaining your frame
IMPORTANT: Always disconnect the power before cleaning. Do not use water, cleaning solutions, or other adhesives on the frame or any of its parts. Gently wipe the frame and screen with a clean, dry, lint-free cloth. For fingerprints on the frame, apply light pressure.
Learning more about your frame
www.kodak.com/go/digitalframes Learn more about your frame www.kodak.com/go/digitalframesupport Interactive troubleshooting and repairs Interactive tutorials Frequently asked questions Downloads Product registration
Troubleshooting and support
For step-by-step product support, visit www.kodak.com/go/digitalframesupport and select Step-by-Step Solutions & Repair.
Picture frame problems
If. Frame does not turn on. Try one or more of the following
Make sure the power cable that was included with your frame is
connected securely (see page 2).
Unplug the power cable for 5 seconds, then reconnect the cable.
Press and hold the power button (for about 2 seconds), then release. Nothing happens when Insert a certified SD/SDHC/MMC/XD Card, with images, into the upper designated card slot, then push to seat it (see page 8). a memory card or USB device is connected. Insert a certified MS Duo/Duo Pro Card, with images, into the lower designated card slot only, then push to seat it (see page 8). NOTE: Do not insert an MS Pro or MS Pro Duo card in the top slot. It could get stuck and damage the card or your frame.
Make sure the USB device is connected securely (see page 8). Make sure the file format of your pictures is supported. (See
page 39). NOTE: Pictures may take a longer time to display when the files are large or when using a large capacity memory card or other connected device. Touch border doesnt work.
Use your finger to make your selections on the Quick Touch
Borders (see page 4). Lights on the border show you where to touch. IMPORTANT: Do not slide on the right border (tap only). Unplug the power cable for 5 seconds, then reconnect the cable. Press and hold the power button (for about 2 seconds), then release.
If. Try one or more of the following
Frame freezes up or Unplug the power cable for 5 seconds, then reconnect the cable. Press and hold the power button (for about 2 seconds), then doesnt work properly. release. Reset the frame. Press the Mode and Power buttons (see page ii) at the same time, then tap Yes to reset the frame. (Resetting your frame does not erase your saved files.) You set automatic If your frame loses power, the clock returns to the factory setting and auto on/off times are disabled. See Resetting the clock and on/off but the frame calendar after losing power, page 36. doesnt turn on and off at the specified times. Cannot copy pictures from one device (memory card or USB flash drive) to another even though the copy destination is not full. Storage devices that have FAT (File Allocation Table) 16 formatting can only store up to 512 files in the top level (root) directory. To make sure all your pictures copy properly, format the copy destination to FAT32 before copying to it: Caution: Formatting deletes all pictures and videos, including protected files. 1 Connect the device to your computer.
Some states or jurisdictions do not allow exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Some states or jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state or by jurisdiction.
Outside the United States and Canada
In countries other than the United States and Canada, the terms and conditions of this warranty may be different. Unless a specific Kodak warranty is communicated to the purchaser in writing by a Kodak company, no warranty or liability exists beyond any minimum requirements imposed by law, even though defect, damage, or loss may be by negligence or other act.
Regulatory compliance and advisory
FCC compliance and advisory
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. The equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed or 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: 1) reorient or relocate the receiving antenna; 2) increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver; 3) connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected; 4) consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for additional suggestions. Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. Where shielded interface cables have been provided with the product or specified additional components or accessories elsewhere defined to be used with the installation of the product, they must be used in order to ensure compliance with FCC regulation.
Canadian DOC statement
DOC Class B ComplianceThis Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Observation des normes-Classe BCet appareil numrique de la classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Hereby, Eastman Kodak Company declares that this Kodak Product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Supply of this product does not convey a license nor imply any right to distribute content created with this product in revenue-generating broadcast systems (terrestrial, satellite, cable and/or other distribution channels), streaming applications (via Internet, intranets and/or other networks), other content distribution systems (pay-audio or audio-on-demand applications and the like) or on physical media (compact discs, digital versatile discs, semiconductor chips, hard drives, memory cards and the like). An independent license for such use is required. For details, please visit http://mp3licensing.com.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment labeling/battery disposal
In Europe: For human/environmental protection, it is your responsibility to dispose of this equipment at a collection facility established for this purpose (separate from municipal waste). For more information, contact your retailer, collection facility, or appropriate local authorities; or visit www.kodak.com/go/recycle. Product weight with adapter and stand: D830, 843 gm. D1030, 1227 gm
D1030: Eastman Kodak Company Rochester, New York 14650 D830:
VCCI Class B ITE
Korean Class B ITE
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