Kodak DC5000 Manual
Kodak DC5000 Digital Camera, size: 3.3 MB
Kodak DC5000 Zoom
8 MB CompactFlash, F/3.0-3.8
Kodak DC5000 takes what life dishes out. Rugged, durable, and easy to use, DC5000 will help you get the job done. Whether you're in the construction industry, insurance, or an outdoor enthusiast, DC5000's weatherproof body will hold up under the toughest circumstances. Exceptional two-megapixel resolution provides you with excellent picture quality even on large prints. Use 2x (30 - 60 mm) optical and 3X digital zoom or the wide-angle lens to take pictures in a variety of spaces - from w... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Kodak DC5000 photo ]
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|rockit||8:53pm on Sunday, September 19th, 2010|
|This is my workhorse camera. I have used it since it first came on the market about 3 years ago. Awesome picture-taking ability. Very easy to use.|
|grantroot||4:46pm on Thursday, September 16th, 2010|
|Have been using this camera for about 1 1/2 yrs. I think it is a very underated camera.|
|Lib||8:08pm on Saturday, March 27th, 2010|
|If you are looking for camera that is built well and hold up to the rigors of nature then this is it. If you are looking for camera that is built well and hold up to the rigors of nature then this is it.|
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KODAK DC5000 Zoom Digital Camera
Visit Kodak on the World Wide Web at www.kodak.com
Eastman Kodak Company 343 State Street Rochester, N.Y. 14650 Eastman Kodak Company, 2000. Kodak, and Photolife, are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company. P/N 6B5271
About the Cameras Weatherproof & Rugged Design
This camera is designed to be weatherproof and rugged. Special seals keep out moisture for a sure, carefree performance in any weather. While you cannot use the camera underwater, ideally it can safely be used: q in the rain q at pool-side or the beach q at a construction site or areas with excessive dirt or dust.
Important Camera Information
This camera is designed to be weatherproof, not waterproof. It is not designed to be submerged in water, or have water poured over it. Please read the following cautions before using it. Failure to follow the proper precautions may result in the warranty being voided. q The camera doors and buttons have rubber seals that prevent water, moisture, and dust from entering the camera. If the battery, memory card door, and lens cover are not fastened or closed correctly, damage to the camera can result. Also, while these doors are open, make sure that no water or dust gets inside the camera or onto the weatherproof seals. q To ensure a proper seal, use a clean lint-free cloth to wipe off any dust, sand, or hair that may accumulate on the rubber seals of the doors and lens glass cover. Dust or sand on the seals may cause water leakage and may damage the seals. q Do not press down on or remove any of the rubber seals. q When you find a damaged or deteriorated rubber seal, call the technical support telephone number for your geographic area. Do not attempt to change or fix the seal. q If the camera is not used for a period of time, it is normal to expect that the button or switch may not move smoothly. Push the buttons and switches several times to smooth out the motion. q Do not leave the camera exposed to rain or snow for extended periods of time. q Use a clean lint-free cloth to wipe off any water or dirt after use, or before opening any of the doors or covers on the camera. q Weatherproofing may be affected when the camera is exposed to sudden changes in temperature. Allow the camera time to adjust to the surrounding temperature before using it. This keeps moisture leaks or condensation from occurring.
q Always insert and remove the batteries and memory cards with dry, clean hands. q If water gets into the camera, remove the batteries and lens glass cover and allow the camera to dry completely. Do not apply power to the camera until it is completely dry. q Before using the camera, make sure the lens cover is secured and that all sensors and lenses are clean and dry. q Although the camera can be used at the beach, use extreme caution not to get sand on the camera seals.
Table of Contents
1 Getting Started. 1
Preparing to Take Pictures. 2 Loading Batteries. 2 Turning the Camera On and Off. 2 Checking Batteries.3 Using an AC Adapter. 4 Inserting a Camera Memory Card. 5 Removing a Camera Memory Card. 5 Setting the Clock on Your Camera.6 Adjusting the LCD Brightness. 7 Attaching the Neck Strap. 7
2 Taking Pictures. 9
Previewing a Picture Before it is Taken. 10 Pressing the Shutter Button.11 Zooming in on Your Subject. 12 Zooming in Even Closer. 12 Viewing the Picture Just Taken. 13 Setting a Quickview for Each Picture. 13 Setting the Flash. 15 Photographing Distant Subjects. 16 Photographing Close-Ups. 17 Putting Yourself in the Picture. 18 Adding the Date to Your Pictures. 19 Deleting the Picture Just Taken. 20
3 Customizing Your Pictures. 21
Adjusting the Camera Exposure. 22 Adding a Border to Your Picture. 23 Capturing in Black-and-White, Sepia Tone, or Document. 24 Adjusting the Picture Quality. 25 Adjusting the Picture Resolution. 26 Selecting a White Balance for Indoor Pictures. 27 Choosing a Metering System. 28 Selecting the ISO Setting. 29 Sharpening and Softening a Picture. 30 Locking in an Exposure Setting.31
Preparing to Take Pictures
Before you start taking pictures with your camera, you first need to install the batteries or connect a Kodak-specified AC adapter for power, and insert a KODAK Picture Card (camera memory card) into the camera.
Your camera uses four AA batteries. For your convenience, alkaline batteries are provided so you can start using your camera immediately. For information on guidelines for battery usage, see page 91.
1 Lift the ring on the battery door. 2 Turn the ring to unlock the door, then pull up to
3 Insert the batteries as indicated on the battery
cover, then close and lock the battery door. Make sure that the gaskets are clean and that no dirt is present when you close the door.
Turning the Camera On and Off
Turn the camera on and off using the POWER switch, located on the back of the camera. q To turn on the camera, slide the POWER switch to the right. The Status Display on top of the camera turns on. q To turn off the camera, slide the POWER switch again to the right. The camera turns off when it is finished processing, deleting, or transferring the picture just taken.
So that you are never caught with dead batteries, your camera indicates the power level of the batteries, in the form of a battery status symbol, on the Status Display when you turn on the camera. For information on guidelines for battery usage, see page 91.
Capture Review Setup
1 Set the Mode dial to Capture, Review, or
Camera Settings. The battery status symbol is not visible if you set the camera to Connect.
2 Slide the POWER switch to the right to turn on
3 Check the battery status symbol that appears in
the Status Display. q Full (No Icon)indicates that batteries are charged and ready to use. q Lowindicates batteries are not fully charged and will soon need to be replaced or recharged. q Exhausted (blinking)indicates batteries are too weak to power the camera and need to be replaced.
Inserting a Camera Memory Card
Your camera comes with a KODAK Picture Card (camera memory card), which is used to store pictures you take with the camera. The camera memory card, also referred to as a CompactFlash card, is removable and reusable for easy storage and transfer of your pictures. You can purchase additional KODAK Picture Cards from dealers of KODAK products, or from our Web site at http:// www.kodak.com/go/accessories.
1 Lift and turn the ring to unlock and open the
door on the side of the camera.
IDEO OUT DC IN
2 Hold the camera memory card so the
connection end is pointed at the camera, and the card label with the MB size is facing toward the back of the camera. The camera memory card can only be inserted one way into the camera. Forcing the card in the wrong way may damage your camera.
press the SHUTTER button. The picture appears on the LCD with the icon displayed above the button.
5 Press the
The LCD displays the Delete Picture screen.
3 Customizing Your Pictures
Chapters 1 and 2 explained the basics for taking great digital pictures. In this chapter, you will learn about some of the custom features available on your camera. Because your camera is so versatile, you have the ability to set the camera for almost any picture taking situation you may encounter. With the camera, you can: q Adjust the exposure for pictures that are too light or too dark. q Frame your pictures with interesting borders supplied on the camera memory card and software CD. q Capture pictures in color, black and white, sepia tone, or highlight text in documents. q Adjust the ISO sensitivity for low light photography without flash. q Select specific picture quality and resolution settings to meet your demanding picture-taking needs. q Set white balancing options, so you get great color reproduction in your pictures. q Adjust the metering system to control how light affects your pictures. q Sharpen and soften pictures so editing in software can be done easier. q Lock the exposure for a consistent look in all your pictures.
Adjusting the Camera Exposure
If your pictures seem too dark or too light, adjust the amount of light allowed into the camera so that your pictures are properly exposed. These adjustments in lighting are called Exposure Compensation.
3 Press the Menu button.
The LCD displays the Exposure Compensation screen.
button to change the exposure
q If your pictures are too dark, increase (+) the exposure number. q If your pictures are too light, decrease (-) the exposure number. You can adjust the exposure numbers in +2.0 to -2.0 in 0.5 increments. An increase of 1.0 doubles the amount of light allowed into the camera. A decrease of 1.0 reduces the amount of light by half.
The main Menu screen reappears and the Exposure Compensation icon appears in the Status Display.
8 To cancel Exposure Compensation, press a
/ button until 0.0 is highlighted, then press the DO-IT button, or turn off the camera, and the setting defaults to 0.0.
It is possible to select an exposure setting as the default. See page 53 for details. 22
Adjusting the Picture Quality
If you intend to make large prints, you can capture more detail in the picture using the Best setting. However, with this setting more storage room is used on the camera memory card. For everyday pictures, use the Better setting, which gives you great pictures and more storage space on the camera memory card. If you need to store a large number of pictures on the camera memory card or are going to e-mail or use the pictures online, use the Good setting.
The LCD displays the Quality screen. The current setting is checked ().
/ button until the Quality option you want is highlighted.
q Bestuse for printing 8x10 pictures. q Betteruse for everyday pictures. q Gooduse for online or for e-mailing pictures.
The main Menu screen reappears as the Quality icon for the setting you selected appears in the Status Display. You can switch freely between these three settings when taking pictures.
Adjusting the Picture Resolution
If you want to send pictures through e-mail or use them online, use the Standard resolution setting. With this setting, only the information needed for viewing on a computer or printing small prints is captured. For pictures that are going to be printed, use the High resolution setting. With this setting, more information is captured, but fewer pictures fit on the camera memory card.
The LCD displays the Resolution screen. The current setting is checked ().
button until the Resolution
option you want is highlighted. q Highuse this setting when you are going to print your pictures. Picture size is 1760 x 1168 pixels. q Standarduse this setting when you are going to e-mail or use the pictures online. Picture size is 896 x 592 pixels.
The main Menu screen reappears as the Resolution icon appears in the Status Display. You can switch freely between these two settings when taking pictures.
Selecting a White Balance for Indoor Pictures
If you use your camera indoors where flash is prohibited, your pictures may take on a green tint if captured under fluorescent tube lighting, or a reddish-orange tint if captured under tungsten household lighting. You can correct this problem using the White Balance feature on the camera. Use the Auto setting for everyday pictures. Use the Daylight, Fluorescent, or Tungsten setting for taking pictures under these lighting conditions without flash.
The LCD displays the White Balance screen. The current setting is checked ().
/ button until the White Balance option you want is highlighted.
q Auto (No Icon)automatically adjusts the white balance. q Daylightbalances for natural daylight lighting. q Fluorescentcorrects for the green cast of fluorescent lighting. q Tungstencorrects for the orange cast of tungsten light bulbs.
The main Menu screen reappears as the White Balance icon you selected appears in the Status Display. Your camera automatically resets to Auto when the camera is turned off. To change the defaults, see page 51. 27
Choosing a Metering System
You can control the way light affects your pictures using the metering systems available on your camera. If you want a nice even exposure throughout the picture, use the Multi-Pattern setting. This setting is great for everyday pictures. If you want to emphasize the center of your picture, such as a persons face, while at the same time de-emphasizing the background, use the Center-Weighted setting.
The LCD displays the Auto Exposure screen. The current setting is checked ().
button until the Auto Exposure option you want is highlighted.
q Multi-Patternevaluates the lighting conditions of the entire picture. q Center-Weightedevaluates the lighting conditions of the subject centered in the viewfinder and sets the overall exposure setting for the picture based on the center of the subject.
The main Menu screen reappears. You can switch freely between the two settings when taking pictures.
Selecting the ISO Setting
If you take pictures in low light without flash, such as in a museum, you can select the Auto ISO sensitivity on the camera to help prevent blurred pictures caused by camera movement. With this feature the shutter speed is automatically increased to make the camera more responsive, while maintaining proper exposure for the picture.
/ button until the icon is highlighted.
The LCD displays the Auto ISO screen. The current setting is ().
5 Press the DO-IT button. 6 Press a / button until the option
you want is highlighted. q OFFcamera selects the optimal shutter speed for pictures. Ideal for everyday picture-taking. q ONcamera increases the shutter speed when flash is turned off. Ideal for indoor pictures in less than optimal lighting.
7 Press the DO-IT button. 8 To cancel Auto ISO, press
a / button until OFF is highlighted, then press the DO-IT button, or turn off the camera. It is possible to change the ISO default setting, see page 55.
Sharpening and Softening a Picture
If you plan to edit your pictures using image editing software, the Sharpness feature can make some editing processes easier. By selecting the Sharp setting, the edges around the picture are enhanced, making it easier to cut or crop the image. If you want to blend the image into a background, use the Soft setting to de-emphasize the edges. For everyday picture-taking, keep the Sharpness feature set to Standard. The Sharp or Soft settings may increase or decrease the clarity in pictures.
The LCD displays the Sharpness screen. The current setting is checked ().
/ button until the Sharpness option you want is highlighted.
q Sharphighlights the edges in your picture, so the edges stand out. q Standardmakes no change to the edges in your picture. q Softblurs the edges in your picture, so the edges blend in.
The main Menu screen reappears. You can switch freely among the three settings when taking pictures.
Locking in an Exposure Setting
If you take a series of pictures that require a consistent look or a constant exposure setting, use the Exposure Lock feature. This feature is great for taking a series of pictures, like a mountain range, and creating a mural with the prints.
The LCD displays the Exposure Lock screen. The current setting is ().
The Please take a picture to lock capture settings screen appears.
8 Center the area you want to lock the
exposure on in the viewfinder.
9 Press the SHUTTER button to lock in the
10 To cancel Exposure Lock, press
a / button until OFF is highlighted, then press the DO-IT button, or turn off the camera.
4 Reviewing Your Pictures
Now that you have taken pictures with your camera, it is time to take a look at them by setting the camera to Camera Review. With this mode, you can: q View your pictures and see how any custom features, if any, were applied to the shot. q Magnify the picture to check the detail. q Select specific pictures and quantities to be printed. q Protect pictures from being deleted from your camera memory card. q Delete unwanted pictures to free up space on the camera memory card. q Display and run a slide show on the camera or on a television. q View specific information about the picture.
Viewing Your Pictures
To view each picture in full LCD size, or you can view up to three smaller thumbnail-size pictures at a one time using the Filmstrip feature.
1 Set the Mode dial to Review.
on the camera. The LCD displays the last picture taken with the frame number, and the Print Order and Protect icons, if activated.
3 Use the / buttons to scroll through and
view the pictures on the LCD.
4 Press the Menu button to display the filmstrip
and the main Review screen. The Review Menu icons, filmstrip, and memory bar appear over the current picture. The filmstrip displays up to three pictures at a time, in the order taken and stored on the camera memory card.
5 Use the / buttons to scroll through the
filmstrip. The picture on the filmstrip appears in the LCD as the memory bar and picture locator needle moves. The memory bar indicates the amount of space on the camera memory card. The dark section represents the portion of the card that is filled, while the needle locator shows the position of the picture on the card.
6 To exit, press the Menu button.
Magnifying Your Pictures
To zoom in on a specific part of a picture displayed on the LCD, use the Magnify feature. This feature lets you view a section of the current picture at two times the normal LCD size.
on the camera. The last picture taken appears on the LCD screen.
The main Review Menu screen appears.
button until the picture you want to magnify is highlighted on the filmstrip. The picture appears in the LCD viewing area.
The LCD displays a magnified view of the selected picture.
7 Use the
/ and / buttons to scroll to different parts of the picture.
8 To exit Magnify, press the DO-IT button.
Selecting Pictures for Printing
You can scroll through and select certain pictures on the camera memory card to print, as well as create an index of all of the pictures using the Print Order feature. This feature is useful because it saves you time when printing pictures from a KODAK Picture Maker, or Personnel Picture Maker Systems.
The Print Order screen appears.
6 Press a 7 Press a
/ button until the picture you want is highlighted on the filmstrip.
/ button until the Print Order option you want is highlighted.
q CURRENT PICTURE or EDIT PICTUREmarks the picture currently selected on the filmstrip. q EXITreturns you to the main Review screen. q ALL PICTURES or EDIT ALL marks all of the pictures on the camera memory card. q INDEX PRINT or EDIT INDEX PRINT thumbnails of all the pictures on the camera memory card will print.
8 Press the DO-IT button.
The Copies screen appears, unless you selected the Index Print option, which returns you to the main Review screen.
9 Press a
/ button until the desired number of prints you want appears.
the camera. The last picture taken appears on the LCD screen.
The Slide Show Interval screen appears.
6 Use the
buttons to select the number of seconds you want the pictures to appear on the television. If you want to view a slide show on the camera LCD, press the DO-IT to start and stop the slide show.
7 Insert the video cable into the video-out port
on the side of your camera, and connect the other end of the video cable to the video-in port on the television.
8 Turn on the television.
You may need to adjust the Video Out setting to NTSC or PAL television signals. See page 49 for details.
9 Press the DO-IT button to start and stop the
slide show. 40
Viewing Information About a Picture
Look up specific information about a picture using the Picture Information feature. The information that appears is for viewing and cannot be edited.
The Picture Info screen appears with that pictures information displayed. q Quality q Resolution. q File Name q Directory Name q Capture Date/Time q Flash q Aperture q Shutter Speed q White Balance q Metering q Exposure Compensation
button to view information on
7 To exit Picture Information, press the DO-IT
5 Personalizing Your Camera
Tailor your camera to fit whatever picture-taking needs you have. When you set the camera to Camera Setup, you have the ability to personalize your camera so it performs the way you want, each time you use it. With the camera, you can:
q Set a camera response beep, so you get feedback from the camera when
you initiate an action.
q Select a power-save setting to help conserve batteries. q Access camera information to view a complete history of your
q Adjust a language setting, so you can select the language with which you
are most comfortable working.
q Format other camera memory cards so they work in your camera. q Select specific default settings, so your camera is always set for the way
you need to use it.
Setting a Response Beep
Your camera provides auditory feedback in the form of a beep anytime the SHUTTER button is pressed, or when the camera cannot perform a selected function. If you do not want auditory feedback, turn off the beep. This can be especially useful when taking a spontaneous picture of someone or of wildlife.
The Format Memory Card screen appears.
/ button until CONTINUE FORMAT is highlighted.
memory card and return to the main Camera Setup screen.
6 Press the DO-IT button to format the camera
Adjusting the Video Out Signal
Set your camera so that it is compatible with NTSC or PAL video signals. The Video Out feature needs to be set correctly if you plan on running a slide show of the pictures from the camera on a television or video monitor. For information on setting up a slide show, see page 40.
The Video Out screen appears. The current setting is checked ().
/ button until the video out option you want is highlighted.
q NTSCused in most countries except
Europe. The United States uses NTSC.
q PALused in European countries. 6 Press the DO-IT button to accept the change
Adjusting the Camera Default Settings
Customize your camera so specific settings are activated automatically each time you turn on the camera. Select settings for Flash, White Balance, Exposure Compensation, Borders, and Effects to suit your particular picture-taking needs. For default settings, see page 87.
Setting a Border Default
Adjust the camera so your favorite frame or graphic is added to each picture you take. This is handy for incorporating your company logo into the pictures. For more information about the Borders feature, see page 23. Once the picture is taken, borders cannot be removed.
The Borders Default screen appears. The current setting is checked ().
No Borders is the main default setting.
Setting a Flash Default
Adjust your camera so that it is set to a specific flash setting every time you turn on the camera. For more information about the Flash setting, see page 15.
The Flash Default screen appears. The current setting is checked ().
/ button until the Flash option you want is highlighted.
q AUTO (Main Default)flash fires
when needed. Ideal for everyday picturetaking situations.
q FILLflash fires every time you take a
picture. Ideal for pictures outside under heavy shade.
q RED EYEflash fires once so the eyes
become accustomed to the flash, then fires again when the picture is taken. Ideal for pictures of people.
q OFFflash does not fire. Ideal for taking
pictures where flash is prohibited.
Setting a White Balance Default
If you are always using your camera indoors where flash is prohibited, you can set the camera so it is balanced for the type of light source that you take pictures
under. For more information about the White Balance feature, see page 27.
The White Balance Default screen appears. The current setting is checked ().
q AUTO (Main Default)adjusts
automatically when flash is used. Ideal for everyday pictures.
q DAYLIGHTbalances for daylight.
Windows-Based System Requirements
q Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows 2000, operating system. q Pentium 90-MHz microprocessor (minimum) with CD-ROM drive. q Color display monitor with a minimum resolution of 640 x 480 (1024 x 768 preferred) and 8-bit color (16-bit or 24-bit recommended). q 16 MB or more of available RAM. q 120 MB of hard disk space available. q Available serial port, USB port (Windows 98 and Windows 2000), or CompactFlash card reader.
Macintosh System Requirements
q PowerPC-based Macintosh computer, with CD-ROM drive. q Operating system 7.6.1 or later for serial connection. Operating system 8.5.1 or later for USB connections. q Color display monitor with a minimum resolution of 640 x 480 (1024 x 768 preferred) and thousands of colors recommended. q 32 MB or more of available RAM. q 120 MB of hard disk space available. q Available serial port, USB port, or CompactFlash card reader.
KODAK Software for Windows-Based Computers
There are four KODAK software applications supplied with the camera for use on a Windows-based computer. They are: q KODAK DC5000 Camera Mounter Software (Mounter)provides an easy way to view pictures from the camera memory card and copy them to your computer. q KODAK DC5000 Digital Access Software (TWAIN Acquire) provides a quick way to view and acquire pictures from the camera memory card to a TWAIN-compliant host software program, such as ADOBE Photoshop or ADOBE PhotoDeluxe. q KODAK DC5000 Camera Controls Software (Camera Controls) lets you change camera, capture, and communications settings from a computer as well as take pictures and review them. q KODAK DC5000 Border Transfer Application (Border)lets you convert existing Windows BMP files into the border file format (BDR) and copy the borders to the camera memory card and to the hard disk.
A brief overview of the software is listed below. Detailed information on the software is available in the online help for each application.
Feature Mounter TWAIN Acquire Camera Controls Border
View thumbnail images Transfer pictures Display picture information Open pictures on the hard drive using other applications Access Camera Controls Take a picture Delete pictures Format camera memory card Add borders to camera memory card Copy borders to hard disk
Starting KODAK Software for Macintosh Computers
Opening Picture Transfer Application 1 In the KODAK DC5000 Folder, double-click the Picture Transfer
Application folder. The Picture Transfer icon appears.
2 Double-click the Picture Transfer icon.
The main Picture Transfer window appears.
Opening Digital Access Software (Plug-In Acquire) 1 Open a Plug-In-compliant application, such as ADOBE Photoshop or
2 Choose File > Acquire > KODAK DC5000 Acquire.
Opening Border Transfer Software 1 In the DC5000 Folder, double-click the Border Transfer Application folder. 2 Double-click the Border Transfer icon.
The main Border Transfer window appears.
Navigating to Your Pictures
Pictures are stored on the camera memory card according to a standard agreed upon by many camera manufacturers. This standard allows you to use the camera memory card in different cameras. Most KODAK applications supplied on the Installer CD guides you to your pictures on the camera memory card; however, if you use the Mounter software or a card reader to retrieve your pictures or you cannot locate your pictures using the software provided, the following description of the camera file structure may be helpful. q Root level folder is named \DCIM. Each time you turn on the camera or insert a camera memory card, any empty folders within the \DCIM folder are removed. q Typically, all pictures taken with the camera are stored in the \DCIM\100K5000 folder. q Pictures are numbered in the order in which they are taken. The first picture is named DCP_0001.JPG, which is stored in the \DCIM\100K5000 folder. q When you transfer pictures to the computer, or delete pictures from the camera memory card, the camera uses consecutive numbers for subsequent pictures. For example, if the last picture taken was DCP_0007.JPG, the next picture is DCP_0008.JPG. q When you insert the camera memory card into another DC5000 camera, the next picture is derived by incrementing either the highest existing picture number, or the highest picture number previously taken by that camera. Once you take picture DCP_9999.JPG in the \DCIM\100K5000 folder, subsequent pictures will appear in a new folder (\DCIM\101K5000) on the camera memory card, beginning with picture DCP_0001.JPG. If you use the camera memory card in a camera other than the DC5000 camera, and that camera manufacturer adheres to this file structure standard, the \DCIM folder will contain a folder named by that camera. Any pictures taken with that camera are stored in the folder using the naming conventions established by the manufacturer. For more information, refer to the documentation that accompanied that camera.
The subject is too close when the flash was used. The light sensor is covered.
The Exposure Compensation is set incorrectly.
Stored pictures are damaged.
The camera memory card was removed when the Ready light was blinking. The Effects setting is set incorrectly.
Picture is black and white, sepia toned, or has too much contrast.
Camera Problem Pictures remaining number does not decrease after taking a picture. Cause The image Resolution and Quality settings does not take up sufficient space to decrease the picture remaining number. The lens is dirty. Subject too close when taking picture. Solution The camera is operating normally. Continue taking pictures.
Picture is not clear.
Clean the lens. See page 89. Stand at least.82 ft (.25m) in wide angle, 1.6 ft (.5m) in telephoto. Hold camera steady until the picture is taken. Move so the subject is less than 13 ft (4.0 m) away.
Subject or the camera moved while the picture was taken. The subject is too far away for the flash to be effective.
The Sharpness setting Change the Sharpness may be set incorrectly. setting to Standard. See page 30. Picture is tinted green, blue, or The White Balance red-orange. setting is set incorrectly. Change the White Balance setting to Auto. See page 27. Check the White Balance default setting. See page 51.
LCD Messages Message Memory Card is Full. Cause Memory card is full and cannot hold additional pictures. Solution Transfer pictures to your computer, delete pictures on the card (see page 39), or insert a card with available memory (see page 5). Insert a memory card into the camera. See page 5. Insert a new (see page 5) or reformat the memory card (see page 48). Have the camera serviced.
There is no memory card inserted in the camera. Memory card is corrupted.
Memory Card is Corrupted/ Unreadable.
Camera needs service.
The camera is malfunctioning.
9 Where to Get Help
If you need help with your camera, it is available from a number of resources: q Chapter 8 Tips and Troubleshooting q Softwares manufacturer q Product information by fax q Place of purchase q World Wide Web q Technical support
Help with any KODAK software packaged with your camera can be obtained from the online help, or by contacting the manufacturer.
fluorescent balance 27 focus auto 11 infinity 16 formatting camera memory card 48 frames, adding to picture 23
good quality 25 guidelines, batteries 91
help camera care 89 communicating with computer 69 connecting 69 customer support numbers 80 fax 79 online service address 79 software 79 troubleshooting 71 warranty 83 high resolution 26 history, camera 46
flash default 51 format memory card 48 infinity focus 16 language 47 magnify 35 metering 28 picture information 41 power save 45 print order 36 protect 38 quality 25 quickview 13 resolution 26 response beep 44 self-timer 18 sharpness 30 slide show 40 video out 49 white balance 27 white balance default 52 index print 36 infinity focus 16 information camera 46 pictures 41 installing software 60
icon battery 3 border 23 border default 50 close-up 17 date stamp 19 delete 20, 39 effect default 54 effects 24 exposure compensation 22 exposure default 53 exposure lock 31 flash 15
KODAK software help 79 installing 60 Macintosh computers 59 starting 65 Windows-based computers 58
landscape photography 16 language, camera 47 launching the software 65 LCD brightness 7 loading batteries 2 locking an exposure 31
Macintosh system requirements 57 magnifying pictures 35 maintenance 89 memory bar 34 memory card, camera formatting 48 inserting and removing 5 logo 5 metering center-weighted 28 multi-pattern 28 monitor, adjusting 69 multi-pattern metering 28
navigating to pictures 67 needle locator, pictures 34 NTSC 49
opening the software 65 ordering prints 36
PAL 49 photography 24 black-and-white 24 close-up 17 96
distant subjects 16 indoor lighting 27 landscapes 16 of documents 24 sepia tone 24 picture locator needle 34 pictures artificial lighting 27 black-and-white 24 cancelling for print 37 capturing 11 deleting 20 deleting all 39 directory 41 file name 41 information about 41 magnifying 35 marking for print 37 of documents 24 previewing 10 protecting 38 quality 25 resolution 26 review 34 sepia tone 24 sharpening 30 softening 30 taking 11 viewing 13 power save 45 preparing to take pictures 2 previewing pictures 10 print ordering 36 printing cancel print order 37 index print 36 ordering 36 selecting pictures for 36 tips 70 proof sheet 36 protecting pictures 38
KODAK DC5000 Zoom Digital Camera
The world is yours for the taking
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takes what life dishes out
get the job done.Whether youre in the construction industry, insurance, or an outdoor enthusiast, the DC5000s weatherproof body will hold up under the toughest circumstances. Two-megapixel resolution provides you with excellent picture quality even on 8" x 10" prints. The 2X optical (mm) and 3X digital zoom let you choose wide angle or telephoto to take pictures in a variety of open spaces. All in all, the DC5000 is a practical, intuitive package which is as easy to use as a point and shoot camera, but tough on the job.
The 2X optical (mm) and 3X digital zoom let you capture even the smallest details while keeping your image sharp and crisp.And with the wide-angle lens, you can include even the most expansive environments in your pictures! No matter what, youll get the shot youre looking for. Spectacular 2-Megapixel Resolution Two-megapixel resolution delivers excellent picture quality even on 8" x 10" prints. And with the USB port, you can download, file, and send crisp images in a snap.
Simulated picture quality and effects available from the KODAK DC5000 Zoom Digital Camera.
SPECIFICATIONS CCD RESOLUTION IMAGE RESOLUTION
ORDERING INFORMATION PRODUCT NAME CAT NO.
2.1 megapixel (1800x1200) 2.0 megapixel (High1760 x1168 Standard 896x592)
Windows 95/98/NT 4.0/Windows 2000 (USB supported only with
R E C O M M E N D E D AC C E S S O R I E S
IMAGE QUALITY SETTINGS Best, Better, Good IMAGE STORAGE VIEWFINDER LCD LENS DIGITAL ENHANCEMENT LENS FOCAL LENGTH FOCUS DISTANCE EXPOSURE SHUTTER SPEED APERTURE RANGE ISO EQUIVALENT SELF TIMER TRIPOD MOUNT FLASH FILE FORMAT VIDEO OUT SPECIAL EFFECTS INTERFACE POWER
Personal computer with minimum systems requirements to run the
operating system (Pentium 90MHz or greater microprocessor)
COMPACTFLASH Card Real-image optical viewfinder 45 mm for preview and review Auto focus 2X optical zoom and threads for optional lenses 3x digital zoom f6.5-f13 (30-60 mm) 35 mm equivalent Regular (.5M-infinity) Macro (1.25-1.5 m) Auto or manual override (+/-2 EV in 0.5-EV increments) 1/2 sec. 1/755 sec. Wide: f3.0 f7.6 Tele: f3.8 f9.10 seconds Standard Strobe flash (auto, fill, red-eye, off) to 3.0 m JPEG/EXIF NTSC/PAL (user-selectable) B/W mode, sepia mode, borders, video, NTSC/PAL USB, serial, COMPACTFLASH Card 4 AA batteries (included) with AC adaptor/charger (optional) or rechargeable batteries (optional) 140 mm (w) x 89 mm (d)x 83 mm (h) FCC, CE, Ctick, IEC 529 Class 4 Without batteries 459 g One year
16MB RAM minimum or greater 120MB of available hard disk space or greater CD-ROM Drive for software installation USB port, serial port, or COMPACTFLASH Card Reader 256-colour monitor (16-bit colour recommended) Power Mac required Mac OS 7.6.1 or newer for serial Mac OS 8.5.1 or newer 32 RAM minimum or greater 120MB of available hard disk space CD-ROM drive for software installation USB port, serial port, or COMPACTFLASH Card Reader 256-colour monitor (16-bit colour recommended)
KODAK Battery Charger with 4 AA Ni-MH Batteries 16 MB Picture Card Lens Kit (37 mm threads) 32 MB Picture Card AC Adaptor (240V) Power Supply
KODAK Accessories help make this great camera even better. Ask for them today or visit us at www.kodak./com/go/shop
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L I S T I N G S F O R KO DA K D C Z O O M D I G I TA L CA M E R A
DIMENSIONS CERTIFICATIONS WEIGHT WARRANTY
KODAK DC5000 Zoom Digital Camera CompactFlash Card removable/reusable memory 4 KODAK Alkaline Batteries USB cable Serial cable for Windows Macintosh serial adaptor Video cable Quick start setup guide, users guide, and registration card Lens cover Lens filter Neck strap Software CD
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Product specifications, system requirements and package contents are subject to change without notice.
Eastman Kodak Company, 2000. Kodak is a trademark of Eastman Kodak Company. Revised 6/00
Kodak DC5000 takes what life dishes out. Rugged, durable, and easy to use, DC5000 will help you get the job done. Whether you're in the construction industry, insurance, or an outdoor enthusiast, DC5000's weatherproof body will hold up under the toughest circumstances. Exceptional two-megapixel resolution provides you with excellent picture quality even on large prints. Use 2x (30 - 60 mm) optical and 3X digital zoom or the wide-angle lens to take pictures in a variety of spaces - from wide-open fields to cramped corners, you'll get the shot you need. All in all, DC5000 is a practical, intuitive package that is as easy to use as a point and shoot. With its rugged design, DC5000 stands up to the elements and is perfect for your go-anywhere lifestyle. Weatherproof design with special seals keeps moisture out for carefree performance in any weather. Use in light rain or mist, dusty and dirty conditions, on the beach, near the pool or while boating. On an assignment where wearing gloves is required, Kodak controls are large enough to take out the guesswork. USB port downloads, files, and sends images in a snap. Optional Picture Authentication Software ensures the integrity of your digital pictures by allowing you to create images that clearly show whether or not they have been altered.
|Product Type||Digital camera - compact|
|Optical Sensor Type||CCD|
|Total Pixels||2,100,000 pixels|
|Effective Sensor Resolution||2,000,000 pixels|
|Light Sensitivity||ISO 100|
|Digital Zoom||3 x|
|Special Effects||Black & White, Sepia, Borders|
|Max Shutter Speed||1/755 sec|
|Min Shutter Speed||1/2 sec|
|Exposure Compensation||±2 EV range, in 1/2 EV steps|
|White Balance||Automatic, presets|
|White Balance Presets||Fluorescent, tungsten light, daylight|
|Status LCD Display Information||Landscape mode, photo quality, photos remaining, memory card status, white balance indicators, picture resolution, exposure compensation, battery condition, flash mode|
|Still Image Format||JPEG|
|Memory / Storage|
|Flash Memory||8 MB flash - CompactFlash Card|
|Supported Flash Memory||CompactFlash|
|Image Storage||Fine 1760 x 1168 : 12 - with 8MB card Normal 1760 x 1168 : 19 - with 8MB card Basic 1760 x 1168 : 34 - with 8MB card Fine 896 x 592 : 35 - with 8MB card Normal 896 x 592 : 52 - with 8MB card Basic 896 x 592 : 97 - with 8MB card|
|Camera Flash||Built-in flash|
|Flash Modes||Fill-in mode, auto mode, flash OFF mode, red-eye reduction|
|Red Eye Reduction||Yes|
|Effective Flash Range||1.6 ft - 10 ft|
|Type||Zoom lens - 6.5 mm - 13 mm - f/3.0-3.8|
|Focal Length||6.5 mm - 13 mm|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||30 - 60mm|
|Min Focus Range||19.7 in|
|Macro Focus Range||10 in - 19.7 in|
|Optical Zoom||2 x|
|Zoom Adjustment||Motorized drive|
|Self Timer Delay||10 sec|
|Additional Features||Auto power save, date/time stamp, display brightness control, AE lock, AF lock|
|Viewfinder Type||Optical - real-image zoom|
|Viewfinder Frames||Autofocus frame|
|LED Information||Flash ready|
|Type||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 1.8" - color|
|Display Form Factor||Built-in|
|Connector Type||1 x composite video output 1 x USB 1 x serial 1 x DC power input|
|Expansion Slot(s)||1 x CompactFlash Card|
|Software||Drivers & Utilities, Adobe Acrobat Reader, ArcSoft PhotoImpression 2000|
|System Requirements for PC Connection|
|Operating System Support||MS Windows 2000, MS Windows 95, MS Windows NT 4.0, MS Windows 98, Apple Mac OS 8.5, Apple Mac OS 8.1, Apple Mac OS 7.6.x, Apple Mac OS 8.5.1|
|Peripheral Devices||USB port, CD-ROM drive, VGA monitor|
|System Requirements Details||Windows 95 - 16 MB - 120 MB MacOS 7.6.1 or later - 32 MB - 120 MB|
|Included Accessories||Lens cap, neck strap, lens filter|
|Cables Included||1 x USB cable 1 x serial cable kit 1 x video cable|
|Supported Battery Details||4 x AA alkaline battery ( included )|
|Min Operating Temperature||32 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||104 °F|
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