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Pentax Optio S5IPentax Optio S5i 5 MP Digital Camera

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The PENTAX Optio S5i is an ultra-compact, lightweight digital camera with 5.0 effective megapixels and a 3X optical zoom lens. Its high quality aluminum alloy body and grip are textured beautifully for a sense of high design. Despite a powerful 3X optical zoom lens, the Optio S5i weighs 3.7 ounces (excluding batteries and SD memory card). A unique Sliding Lens system that allows the lens to store up and away inside the camera for the ultra-compact dimensions of 3.3x2.0x.80 inches (excluding cont... Read more

 

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Comments to date: 10. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
johnhebert 3:46pm on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010 
No anti-shake feature Very small, intuitive control and operations, produces great pictures too No anti-shake feature
menehune 6:08am on Thursday, August 26th, 2010 
Small, very good images, very good battery life. No docking, lite weight is a challenge shot in poor lighting and no flash.
slug 7:57am on Monday, August 23rd, 2010 
This is my second Pentax Digi-cam. Small and easy to be operated bcz of friendly menu!!! The picture color is so nature and beautiful. In dark. This is my second Pentax digital camera. Small, easy to use, light weight, excellent picture quality, big LCD screen, multiple shooting modes. I would highly recommend this camera. Large LCD screen ; lightweight ; compact no viewfinder
Koekiemonster 5:08pm on Sunday, August 22nd, 2010 
Pentax Optio This is my second Pentax Optio. That says it all, I bought Pentax again ! Great on size, inconsistant performance. This is my 2nd Pentax digital camera, and I have owned it for 2 years.
Human 11:44am on Saturday, July 17th, 2010 
I am very happy with this little camera. It is customizable, I have it set up to let me influence EV and WB at a touch.
kbrooke 2:24pm on Friday, July 16th, 2010 
I LOVE THIS WONDERFUL LITTLE GADGET!!!!!!!! I bought this camera for just over $200 at BuyDig which I thought was a good value compared to...
BGenesis 12:56pm on Tuesday, June 29th, 2010 
Great small camera I got this when my Kodak Easy Share broke. I wanted something smaller w/ more pixels. Great on size, inconsistant performance. This is my 2nd Pentax digital camera, and I have owned it for 2 years.
Prabhat Tyagi 7:39pm on Thursday, June 10th, 2010 
The Pentax Optio S5z is an excellent camera for the money. Very compact, large display, reasonably priced No viewfinder.
daryllafferty 7:12pm on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010 
This is one of the greatest cameras I have ever owned. I would recommend this camera to anyone that wants a compact camera.
megarabbit2000 11:19am on Monday, May 10th, 2010 
I bought one of these when I was on vacation and found it to be a very strong little camera. It is nice to have 3x optical zoom in such a tiny camera.

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7 Settings

This chapter explains how to set the camera-related functions.

8 Appendix

This tells you about the messages displayed on the LCD monitor and what to do in the event of trouble.
The meanings of the symbols used in this operating manual are explained below.
indicates the reference page number for an explanation of the related operation. indicates information that is useful to know. indicates precautions to be taken when operating the camera.
Checking the Contents of the Package

Camera Optio S5i

Strap O-ST20 ()

Software (CD-ROM) S-SW25

AV cable I-AVC7 ()

USB cable I-USB7 ()

Rechargeable lithium-ion battery D-LI8 ()
Battery charging stand D-BC25 ()

AC plug cord D-CO2 ()

Operating Manual (this manual)

(PC Connection Manual)

Enjoying Your Digital Camera Images On Your PC
Operating Manual (PC Connection Manual) Items marked with an asterisk () are also available as optional accessories. For other optional accessories, refer to Optional Accessories (p.133). 10

Names of Parts

Power indicator Power switch Remote control receiver Shutter release button Flash
Microphone Lens Self-timer lamp USB/AV terminal Strap lug DC input terminal Terminal cover

Viewfinder

Focus status lamp (green) Flash status lamp (red) LCD monitor
Speaker Battery charging stand terminal Battery/Card cover Tripod socket

Names of Operating Parts

QUICK button b/i button qsz/Z button Shutter release button Power switch
Zoom /f/y button Four-way controller (2345) OK button DISPLAY button
MENU button Q Playback button
Guide Indications A guide to available button operations appears on the LCD monitor during operation. The buttons are indicated as shown below.
Four-way controller (2) Four-way controller (3) Four-way controller (4) Four-way controller (5) MENU button Shutter release button 4 5

SHUTTER

Zoom /f/y button for digital zoom for trimming DISPLAY button i button Z button OK button

Attaching the Strap

1 Getting Started Pass the narrow end of the strap through the strap lug and pass the other end through the loop.

qsz button

Changes the focus mode as follows. (1p.72) Macro mode (1p.72) Super Macro mode (1p.72) Pan Focus mode (1p.72) Infinity-Landscape mode (1p.72) Manual Focus mode (1p.73) Focusing Area mode (1p.74)

Zoom button

Changes the size of the subject. (1p.28)
Switches to the Playback mode. When pressed again, returns to Capture mode. (1p.30)

Four-way controller (45)

Changes the EV compensation. (1p.88) You can assign a different function to the key by selecting [Custom Function] on the [B Set-up] menu. (1p.127) Adjusts the ratio when the digital filter is set to the slim filter. (1p.52)

Four-way controller (23)

(2) Selects self-timer mode, remote control mode and continuous shooting mode. (3) Displays the Mode Palette and changes the Capture mode. (23) Adjusts the focus in Manual Focus mode. (1p.73)

OK button

Selects a menu item. (1p.38)

DISPLAY button

Changes the information displayed on the LCD monitor. (1p.71)

MENU button

Displays the [A Rec.Mode], [Q Playback] and [B Set-up] menus. (1p.38)

i button

Deletes the image displayed on the LCD monitor. (1p.100)

Z button

Protects the image displayed on the LCD monitor from deletion. (1p.103)
Press f during normal playback to display nine images at once. (1p.98) Press Zoom/f/y button during zoom playback to change the size of the Zoom Display image displayed on the LCD monitor. (1p.94)

Zoom/f/y button

Switches to Capture mode.

Four-way controller

(2) Sets the DPOF settings for the print service. (1p.106) (45) Displays the previous or next image. (1p.30) (3) Rotates the image. (1p.31)
Selects a menu item. (1p.38) Records or plays back a voice memo. (1p.93)
Changes the information displayed on the LCD monitor. (1p.97)

1 Shutter release button

When pressed, starts recording, and when pressed again, stops recording. When pressed for more than one second, recording continues for as long as the button is held down and stops when the button is released.
Switches to Playback mode. (1p.33) When pressed again, returns to Voice Recording mode.
Four-way controller (in Playback mode)
(2) Starts playback. When pressed again, pauses playback. (45) Performs the following operations during playback. Selects a recorded file before playback. If there are no recorded indexes: When (4) is pressed during playback, rewinds five seconds. When (5) is pressed during playback, advances five seconds. If there are recorded indexes: When (4) is pressed during playback, plays back starting from the previous index. When (5) is pressed during playback, plays back starting from the next index.

Rec. Mode Recorded Pixels 2560x1920 Quality Level AWB White Balance Focusing Area Multiple AE Metering Sensitivity 100
Rec. Mode EV Compensation 0.0 Parallel 3D Mode Time-lapse Movie Off Digital Zoom On Instant Review 1 sec Memory

Select Screen

Memory Flash Drive Focus Mode Zoom Position MF Position White Balance

To the next screen

If you press the shutter release button halfway to exit the menu and switch to Capture mode, any changes you have made to the settings will not be saved.

Menu List

[A Rec.Mode] Menu Yes Adjustable No Any changes made are invalid. You can change the setting on the menu, but any changes you make are invalid in actual operation.
Item Recorded Pixels Description For selecting the number of pixels For selecting the image compression ratio For adjusting the color balance according to lighting For changing the area of the autofocus Default Setting 25601920 Green Mode No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Movie Mode 320240 No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No No No Other Page Modes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes p.76 p.78 p.79 p.81 p.82 p.83 p.88
Quality Level White Balance Focusing Area AE Metering Sensitivity
AWB (Auto) [ ] (Multiple)
For setting the metering L method to determine the (Multi-segment) exposure For setting the sensitivity Auto 0.0 Parallel mode Off On 1 sec. Normal Normal Normal
For adjusting the EV exposure between 2.0 Compensation and +2.0 3D Mode Time-lapse Movie Digital Zoom Instant Review Memory Sharpness Saturation Contrast For taking 3D pictures For setting the frame rate when recording movies For taking digital zoom pictures For setting the Instant Review time For saving the shooting function settings when the camera is turned off For setting the sharpness For setting the saturation For setting the contrast
Yes p.57 (3D only) No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes p.68 p.66 p.84 p.89 p.85 p.86 p.87
Item Slideshow Resize Trimming Description For playing recorded images successively For changing the size of images For trimming images Page p.99 p.113 p.115 p.116 p.130 p.93 p.95 p.101
For copying files from the built-in memory to the SD Copy image & sound Memory Card and vice versa Alarm Quick Zoom Quick Delete For setting the alarm to ring at a specific time For playing back images at the maximum zoom size by pressing the Zoom/f/y button only once For displaying the Delete screen with [Delete] or [Delete All] highlighted when ON is selected Record Voice Memo For adding a voice memo to an image
Item Format Sound Date Adjust World Time Language/ Screen Setting Video Out USB Connection Sleep Timeout Auto Power Off Custom Function QUICK Button Reset Description For formatting the SD Memory Card or built-in memory For adjusting the playback volume and setting the type and volume of start-up sound, shutter sound, key operation sound, etc. For adjusting the date and time For setting the world time For changing the language in which menus and messages appear For selecting the background color and the start-up screen when the camera is turned on For setting the video output format For changing the USB connection mode For setting the power saving function For turning off the power automatically For registering a function on the four-way controller (45) For registering a function on the QUICK button For returning the camera settings to defaults Page p.120 p.121 p.122 p.123 p.124 p.118 p.125 p.125 p.126 p.126 p.127 p.128 p.129

The Mode Palette screen appears.
Use the four-way controller (2345) to choose the desired mode.
For example, select H (Landscape mode).
Press the OK button. Press the shutter release button halfway.

Landscape

Picture mode
In Picture mode, the EV compensation, saturation, contrast, sharpness and white balance are automatically set to their default settings. You can change the settings.
Taking Pictures of Dark Scenes (Night Scene Mode)
You can take pictures of dark scenes, such as nightscapes, with the appropriate settings.
Use the four-way controller (2345) to select B (NightScene mode). Press the OK button. Press the shutter release button halfway.

Night Scene

The picture is taken. Total recording time will be longer when the picture is taken at slower shutter speed, because the noise reduction activates to reduce noise. The shutter speed is slower when taking pictures of dark scenes. To prevent camera shake, secure the camera on a tripod or other surface.
Taking Movies (Movie Mode)
This mode enables you to take movies and sound.
Use the four-way controller (2345) to select C (Movie mode).
The following shooting information appears on the LCD monitor and the camera is ready to take movies. 1 Flash Off icon 2 Movie mode icon 3 Card/Built-in memory 4 Recordable time
Shooting starts. You can change the size of the image using the Zoom button. x : makes the subject bigger. w : makes the subject smaller.

Shooting ends.

Keeping the Shutter Release Button Pressed If you keep the shutter release button pressed for more than one second, pictures will be taken for as long as you keep the button pressed. Shooting stops when you take your finger off the shutter release button.
The flash will not discharge in Movie mode. Continuous shooting is not possible in Movie mode. The LCD monitor cannot be turned off in Movie mode. Sound cannot be recorded when [Time-lapse Movie] is set to On. Only Autofocus mode, Infinity-Landscape mode and Manual Focus mode can be set in Movie mode. The focus is set to a fixed position in Autofocus mode. The digital zoom and optical zoom can both be used in Movie mode, but only the digital zoom can be used to change the zoom magnification once you start taking movies. When taking movies using the digital zoom, use the LCD monitor. The Marine Movie mode enables you to record movies using the waterproof case (optional).

Press the MENU button in Movie mode or Marine Movie mode.
Use the four-way controller (23) to select [Time-lapse Movie]. Use the four-way controller (45) to choose [Off (1)], [2], [5], [10], [20], [50] or [100]. Press the OK button. 01:59 Press the shutter release button. x5
Shooting in Time-lapse Movie mode starts.
Off (1) is the normal setting for movies (15 frames per second). Each time 2 or 5 is selected, the number of frames taken per second is reduced to 1/2 or 1/5. As movies are normally played back at the rate of 15 frames per second, movies taken at 2 appear to be played back at twice the normal speed and movies taken at 5 appear to be played back at five times the normal speed. Sound cannot be recorded.
Taking Movies 1p.47 Taking Underwater Movies 1p.56
Setting the Shooting Functions

Changing the Mode

Capture mode is for taking pictures and Playback mode is for playing back or deleting images. Switching between Capture Mode and Playback Mode To change from Capture mode to Playback mode, press the Q Playback button. To change from Playback mode to Capture mode, press the Q Playback button or press the shutter release button halfway.
Selecting the Capture Mode
Pressing the QUICK button activates the Green mode. Other capture modes are selected from the Mode Palette. Capture Modes

Q R B C

F G H I J S L
Green mode Program mode Night Scene mode Movie mode Panorama Assist mode 3D Image mode Landscape mode Flower mode
Portrait mode Self-portrait mode Surf&Snow mode
Lets you take pictures quickly and easily. The basic picture-taking mode. Lets you take dark scenes such as night views. Lets you take movies and sound. Lets you take a number of images to be joined into a panorama picture using the software supplied with the camera. Lets you take 3D pictures. Lets you capture the natural colors of landscape views. Lets you take brightly colored flower pictures. Lets you take portraits with spatial effect, by emphasizing the person. Lets you take pictures of yourself or be included in pictures. Lets you take photos against dazzling backgrounds like beaches or snow-covered mountains.
p.42 p.43 p.46 p.47 p.49 p.57

N K J W K Picture mode

Autumn Colors mode Sunset mode Museum mode Text mode Food mode Sport mode
Lets you take colorful pictures of trees in autumn. Lets you reproduce the beautiful colors of the sunrise or sunset. Lets you take pictures of works of art in museums and art galleries. Lets you take clear pictures of text or writing. Lets you take appetizing pictures of prepared food. Lets you take clear pictures of moving subjects with a high shutter speed. Lets you take pictures with a soft lens effect. Lets you take pictures with color filters, a posterization filter or a slim filter. Lets you activate the preset function settings simply by turning the camera on. Lets you take underwater pictures that capture the blueness of the sea using the waterproof case.

Shooting information can be displayed on the LCD monitor in Playback mode. Pressing the DISPLAY button changes the display mode. Display On Shooting information is displayed. 1 Protect icon 2 Voice Memo icon 100-Folder name 4 File name 5 Card/Built-in memory icon 6 Four-way controller operation guide 7 Shooting date and time 7/18/Battery indicator 12:00
Histogram Display 1 The brightness distribution of the image is displayed. The horizontal axis shows the brightness (darkest at the left end and brightest at the right end) and the vertical axis shows the number of pixels. 1 Histogram 2 Recorded pixels 1/Quality level 4 White balance F2.Sensitivity 5 AE metering 7 Aperture 8 Shutter speed Display Off No shooting information is displayed.

2560 AWB AUTO

Nine Image Display
You can display nine images at the same time.
Enter the Playback mode and use the four-way controller (45) to choose an image. Press w/f on the Zoom/f/y button.
Nine images appear with the selected image in the center. Use the four-way controller (2345) to choose an image. When ten or more images have been recorded, the previous Selected image nine images appear when you press the four-way controller (4) while an image on the left row is selected. Similarly, the next nine images appear when you press the four-way controller (5) while an image on the right row is selected.
The screen returns to full screen display of the selected image. Pressing the MENU button, i button, DISPLAY button or Zoom/f/ y button returns the screen to full screen display of the selected image.

1, 3, 2

Slideshow
You can play back all the images on the SD Memory Card or in the built-in memory continuously.
Enter the Playback mode and use the four-way controller (45) to choose the image with which to start the slideshow. Press the MENU button.
The [Q Playback] menu appears.
Playback Slideshow 3sec Resize Trimming Copy image & sound Off Alarm On Record Voice Memo
Use the four-way controller (3) to select [Slideshow]. Use the four-way controller (45) to change the playback interval.

Choose from the following: [3 sec], [5 sec], [10 sec], [15 sec], [20 sec], [25 sec], [30 sec].
[Start] appears on the LCD monitor and playback starts at the set interval. Press any button, such as the OK button or MENU button, to stop the slideshow. [Stop] appears on the LCD monitor. The slideshow will continue until you press any button. Movies and pictures with a voice memo will be played through to the end before the next picture is played back, regardless of the set playback interval. Recordings made in Voice Recording mode are not played back.
Deleting Images, Movies and Sound

2 1, 3 4

Deleting a Single Image or Sound
You can delete single images or sounds.
Once deleted, images cannot be restored. You cannot delete protected (Z) images. (1p.103)
Enter the Playback mode and use the four-way controller (45) to choose the image or sounds to delete. Press the i button.
The Delete screen appears.
Use the four-way controller (2) to select [Delete]. Press the OK button.
The image or sound is deleted.
You can also delete images from Instant Review (p.84). You cannot delete protected (Z) images. If [Quick Delete] is set to On in the [Q Playback] menu, Step 3 can be omitted. (1p.101)
Deleting a Voice Memo only If an image has a voice memo, you can delete the voice memo without deleting the image.
Enter the Playback mode and use the four-way controller (45) to choose an image with a voice memo to delete. Press the i button.
Use the four-way controller (2) to select [Sound Delete]. Press the OK button.
The voice memo is deleted.
Sound Delete Delete Cancel Exit All
Select [Delete] in Step 3 above to delete both the image and the voice memo.
Setting the Quick Delete Function When the Quick Delete function is set to [On], the Delete screen appears with [Delete] or [Delete All] already selected.
Select [Quick Delete] on the [Q Playback] menu. Use the four-way controller (45) to select [On] or [Off]. Press the OK button.

Deleting All Images

You can delete all the images and sounds at once.
Once deleted, images cannot be restored. Protected (Z) images and sounds cannot be deleted.
Enter the Playback mode and press the i button twice.
The Delete All screen appears.
100-0010 Delete all images & sounds? Delete All Cancel

Setting the Printing Service (DPOF)
You can print the images on the SD Memory Card using a DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) compatible printer or at a printing service.

1, 2, 3, 4 5

Printing Single Images
Set the following items for each image. Copies: Choose the number of copies up to a maximum of 99. Date: Specify whether you want the date imprinted on the print or not. 6
Enter the Playback mode and use the four-way controller (45) to choose the image to print. Press the four-way controller (2).

The DPOF screen appears.

Copies Date

All Images OK OK

Use the four-way controller (45) to choose the number of copies, then press the four-way controller (3).
The frame moves to [Date].

Copies Date Exit

Use the four-way controller (45) to choose whether to insert the date or not.
O (On) : The date will be imprinted. P (Off) : The date will not be imprinted.
Prints can be made according to the settings. If DPOF settings have already been made for an image, the previous number of copies and date setting will be displayed. To cancel DPOF settings, set the number of copies to 0 and press the OK button. You cannot set the printing service for movies or sound-only files. Depending on the printer or printing equipment at the photo processing lab., the date may not be imprinted on the pictures even if the DPOF settings were made.

1, 3, 4, 2

Printing All Images
Enter the Playback mode and press the four-way controller (2). Press the DISPLAY button. Use the four-way controller (45) to choose the number of copies.
You can print up to 99 copies.
100-0010 DPOF setting for all images Copies Date
Prints can be made according to the settings. The number of copies specified in the DPOF settings applies to all the images. Before printing, check that the number is correct. Settings for single images are cancelled when settings are made for all images. DPOF settings are not possible for movies.
Direct Printing Using PictBridge
By connecting the camera to a printer that supports PictBridge using the USB cable (I-USB7) supplied with the camera, you can print images directly from the camera without using a PC. Select the images you want to print and the number of copies on the camera after it has been connected to the printer.
You are recommended to use the AC adapter D-AC8 (optional) while the camera is connected to the printer. The printer may not work properly or the image data may be damaged if the battery runs out of power while the camera is connected to the printer. The focus status lamp and flash status lamp blink slowly while data is being transferred from the camera to the printer. Do not disconnect the USB cable during data transfer. Depending on the type of printer, not all the settings made on the camera (such as DPOF settings) may be valid.

Camera Settings

How to recall the [B Set-up] menu

Setting Up the Screen

You can choose the background color on the menu screen and display an image recorded with the camera as the start-up screen when the camera is turned on.

7 Settings

Select [Screen Setting] on the [B Set-up] menu. Press the four-way controller (5).
The Change Screen Setting screen appears.
Setting the Background Color of the Screen
Use the four-way controller (45) to choose a background color.
You can choose from six colors.
Screen Setting Background Color 1 Start-up Screen
Press the OK button twice.
Setting the Start-up Screen
Press the four-way controller (23) to choose [Start-up Screen]. Press the DISPLAY button, then use the four-way controller (45) to choose an image for the start-up screen. Press the OK button.
Use the four-way controller (45) to choose whether to display the start-up screen or not.
O (On) : Displays the start-up screen P (Off) : Hides the start-up screen
Once the start-up screen has been set, it will not be deleted even if the original image is deleted or the SD Memory Card or built-in memory is formatted. To delete the start-up screen, press the DISPLAY button to display the Image screen. While the image you have selected is on the screen, press the i button. If the camera is turned off in the Green mode, the Green mode start-up screen will appear next time the camera is turned on. The Green mode start-up screen cannot be changed.
Formatting an SD Memory Card or the Built-in Memory
Formatting will delete all the data on the SD Memory Card if you are using a card, and all the data in the built-in memory if there is no SD Memory Card inserted.
Do not remove the SD Memory Card while the card is being formatted as this may damage the card and render it unusable. SD Memory Cards formatted on a PC or device other than the camera cannot be used. Be sure to format the card with the camera. Formatting will delete protected data too.
Select [Format] on the [B Set-up] menu. Press the four-way controller (5).
The Format screen appears.
Format All data deleted Format Cancel
Use the four-way controller (2) to select [Format]. Press the OK button.
Formatting starts. When formatting is completed, the camera is ready to take pictures.
Changing the Sound Settings
You can adjust the playback volume and the volume of operation sounds, such as the start-up sound, shutter sound and key operation sound. You can also change the operation sounds.
Select [Sound] on the [B Set-up] menu. Press the four-way controller (5).
The Sound screen appears.

Changing the Volume

The settings return to the defaults and the camera is ready to take or play back images.

Setting the Alarm

You can set the alarm to ring at a specified time and display a selected image.

Checking the Alarm

Press the MENU button. Press the four-way controller (5).
Press the four-way controller (23) to select [Alarm]. Press the four-way controller (5).
The list of alarms appears. Active alarms are indicated by O.
Once 17:30 Everyday 19:30 Off 12:00
If any alarms are enabled, the camera will be turned off and the alarms will be set.
Press the four-way controller (23) to select [Alarm].
The list of alarms appears.
Press the four-way controller (23) to choose Alarm [1], [2] or [3].
The screen for setting the alarm mode and time appears. Four-way controller (45): Selects the item. Four-way controller (23): Changes the setting.

Once 17:30

Press the DISPLAY button.
Use the four-way controller (45) to choose the image to be displayed when the alarm rings. Press the OK button.
The screen returns to the list of alarms.
Press the OK button three times.

Turning the Alarm Off

The alarm rings for one minute and the selected image is displayed when the set time is reached with the camera turned off. The camera turns off automatically when the alarm has finished ringing.
To turn the alarm off, press any button. The alarm will not ring when the camera is turned on.

List of City Codes

Refer to the following list of city codes when setting the World Time.
TYO GUM SYD NOU WLG AKL PPG HNL ANC YVR SFO LAX YYC DEN MEX CHI MIA YTO NYC SCL CCS YHZ BUE SAO RIO MAD LON PAR MIL ROM BER Tokyo Guam Sydney Noumea Wellington Auckland Pago Pago Honolulu Anchorage Vancouver San Francisco Los Angeles Calgary Denver Mexico City Chicago Miami Toronto New York Santiago Caracas Halifax Buenos Aires Sao Paulo Rio de Janeiro Madrid London Paris Milan Rome Berlin JNB IST CAI JRS MOW JED THR DXB KHI KBL MLE DEL CMB KTM DAC RGN BKK KUL VTE SIN PNH SGN JKT HKG PER BJS SHA MNL TPE SEL ADL Johannesburg Istanbul Cairo Jerusalem Moscow Jeddah Tehran Dubai Karachi Kabul Male Delhi Colombo Kathmandu Dacca Rangoon Bangkok Kuala Lumpur Vientiane Singapore Phnom Penh Ho Chi Minh Jakarta Hong Kong Perth Beijing Shanghai Manila Taipei Seoul Adelaide

Optional Accessories

Playback Functions

Power Supply
Rated input Rated output External dimensions Weight Battery Charging Stand D-BC25 AC100-240V (50Hz/60Hz) DC 4.2 V / 630 mA 105 75.5 29.5 (mm) 92 g AC Adapter D-AC8 (optional) AC100-240V (50Hz/60Hz) DC 4.5 V/2 A 90 43.5 26.5 (mm) 122 g

WARRANTY POLICY

All PENTAX cameras purchased through authorized bona fide photographic distribution channels are guaranteed against defects of material or workmanship for a period of twelve months from date of purchase. Service will be rendered, and defective parts will be replaced without cost to you within that period, provided the equipment does not show evidence of impact, sand or liquid damage, mishandling, tampering, battery or chemical corrosion, operation contrary to operating instructions, or modification by an unauthorized repair shop. The manufacturer or its authorized representatives shall not be liable for any repair or alterations except those made with its written consent and shall not be liable for damages from delay or loss of use or from other indirect or consequential damages of any kind, whether caused by defective material or workmanship or otherwise; and it is expressly agreed that the liability of the manufacturer or its representatives under all guarantees or warranties, whether expressed or implied, is strictly limited to the replacement of parts as hereinbefore provided. No refunds will be made on repairs by non-authorized PENTAX service facilities. Procedure During 12-month Warranty Period Any PENTAX which proves defective during the 12-month warranty period should be returned to the dealer from whom you purchased the equipment or to the manufacturer. If there is no representative of the manufacturer in your country, send the equipment to the manufacturer, with postage prepaid. In this case, it will take a considerable length of time before the equipment can be returned to you owing to the complicated customs procedures required. If the equipment is covered by warranty, repairs will be made and parts replaced free of charge, and the equipment will be returned to you upon completion of servicing. If the equipment is not covered by warranty, regular charges of the manufacturer or of its representatives will apply. Shipping charges are to be borne by the owner. If your PENTAX was purchased outside of the country where you wish to have it serviced during the warranty period, regular handling and servicing fees may be charged by the manufacturers representatives in that country. Notwithstanding this, your PENTAX returned to the manufacturer will be serviced free of charge according to this procedure and warranty policy. In any case, however, shipping charges and customs clearance fees to be borne by the sender. To prove the date of your purchase when required, please keep the receipt or bills covering the purchase of your equipment for at least a year. Before sending your equipment for servicing, please make sure that you are sending it to the manufacturer's authorized representatives or their approved repair shops, unless you are sending it directly to the manufacturer. Always obtain a quotation for the service charge, and only after you accept the quoted service charge, instruct the service station to proceed with the servicing.

Rotate the displayed image. 31 S SD Memory Card. 21 Self-Timer. 62 Self-timer lamp. 11 Self-timer Sound. 122 Sensitivity. 83 Set the Menus. 38 Set Up the Screen. 118 Set-up Menu. 41 Shutter release button. 11, 12, 28 Shutter Sound. 122 Slideshow. 99 Slim Filter. 53 Soft Focus Mode. 51 Sound Settings. 121 Speaker. 11 Start-up Screen. 118 Start-up Sound. 122 Strap. 13 Strap lug. 11 Super Macro mode. 72 Symbols. 9 T Take Movies. 47 Take Still Pictures. 28 Tele. 66 Terminal cover. 11 Time-lapse Movies. 68 Trimming. 115 Tripod socket. 11 TV. 104 U USB Connection. 125 USB/AV terminal. 11 User Mode. 54 V Video Output Format. 125 Viewfinder. 11 Voice Memo. 93

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Voice Recording Mode. 37 W White Balance. 79 Wide. 66 World Time. 123 Write-protect switch. 22 Z Zoom. 66 Zoom button. 12, 34, 36 Zoom Display. 94
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(PC Connection Manual)

Enjoying Your Digital Camera Images On Your PC
Introduction This manual explains how to view the images you took with the PENTAX Digital Camera on your PC. Keep this manual in a safe place.
Regarding copyrights Images taken using the PENTAX Digital Camera that are for anything other than personal enjoyment cannot be used without permission according to the rights as specified in the Copyright Act. Please take care, as there are even cases where limitations are placed on taking pictures even for personal enjoyment during demonstrations, industrial enterprise or as items for display. Images taken with the purpose of obtaining copyrights also cannot be used outside the scope of use of the copyright as laid out in the Copyright Act, and care should be taken here also. Regarding trademarks PENTAX, Optio and smc PENTAX are trademarks of PENTAX Corporation. The SD logo is a trademark. QuickTimeTM and QuickTime logo are trademarks that can be used under license. QuickTime is a registered trademark in the United States and other countries. All other brands or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. This product supports PRINT Image Matching III. PRINT Image Matching enabled digital still cameras, printers and software help photographers to produce images more faithful to their intentions. Some functions are not available on printers that are not PRINT Image Matching III compliant. Copyright 2001 Seiko Epson Corporation. All Rights Reserved. PRINT Image Matching is a trademark of Seiko Epson Corporation. The PRINT Image Matching logo is a trademark of Seiko Epson Corporation. Regarding PictBridge PictBridge allows the user to connect the printer and digital camera directly, using the unified standard for the direct printout of images. You can print images directly from the camera through a few simple operations. Symbols used in this manual have the following meanings:
Gives page numbers explaining related operations. Gives information that is useful to know. Gives cautions and notes about the operation.
The PC screenshots in this manual may differ from your PC, depending on your model.

Contents

Enjoy Your Digital Camera Pictures and Movies on Your Computer 2
Preparations for Enjoying Your Digital Camera Pictures and Movies 4
Software Provided... 4 System Requirements... 5 Installing the Software (for Windows).. 8 Installing the Software (for Macintosh).. 13
Transferring Digital Camera Images and Movies
Setting Up Your Digital Camera... 17 Transferring Images to a Windows PC.. 18 Transferring Images to a Macintosh.. 24
Viewing Images and Movies
Starting ACDSee for PENTAX.. 27 Displaying a List of Images and Movies (Browser). 28 Viewing a Full-Size Image or Movie (Viewer).. 35
Editing Images and Movies
Editing Images... 38 Panorama Image Stitching.. 42 Editing Movies... 48
Sharing Your Images and Movies
Printing an Image... 59 E-mailing Your Images from ACDSee for PENTAX.. 64 Playing Your Movies Created with ACD Showtime! for PENTAX... 65
Making the Most of ACDSee for PENTAX
Using Help... 66 About ACDInTouch... 67
Enjoy Your Digital Camera Pictures and Movies on Your Computer
You can use a computer to organize and edit the pictures and movies captured with your digital camera.

Preparations for Enjoying Your Digital Camera Pictures and Movies
You can transfer images and movies captured with a digital camera to your computer and then organize, edit, print, and share them by installing the software recorded on the provided CD-ROM to your computer and connecting your digital camera to your computer with the USB cable. This section explains how to install the provided software ACDSee for PENTAX and the other necessary preparations for enjoying your digital camera pictures and movies on your computer.

Software Provided

The following software is included in the CD-ROM (S-SW25) provided. Windows ACDSee for PENTAX (Image viewing/editing software) ACD FotoCanvas (Image editing software) ACD photostitcher (Panorama image editing software) FotoSlate (Image layout and printing software) ACD Showtime! for PENTAX (Movie editing software) QuickTime 6 DirectX 9.0 Macintosh ACDSee for PENTAX (Image viewing software) ACD photostitcher (Panorama image editing software)
Use the USB cable (I-USB7) provided to connect the camera to your computer.

System Requirements

The following system requirements must be met for you to fully enjoy the images and movies captured with a digital camera on your computer. Windows System Requirements
The software cannot be used on Windows 95. Frame skipping may occur when playing back movies. If a movie does not play back smoothly, transfer the movie data to your computer and then play the movie.
USB connection OS: Windows 98/98SE/Me/2000/XP (Home Edition/ Professional) USB port 1.1 or later must be standard equipment USB mass storage class Application Software <ACDSee for PENTAX, ACD FotoCanvas, ACD photostitcher and FotoSlate> (9 languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese [traditional and simplified], Korean, Japanese) OS: Windows 98/98SE/Me/NT (latest version)/ 2000/XP (Home Edition/Professional) CPU: Pentium or higher recommended Memory: 64MB minimum Hard Disk space: 40MB minimum Display adapter capable of displaying a minimum of 256 colors Internet Explorer 5.5 or later
* Some formats may require viewing with QuickTime 6.0 or later and DirectX 9.0 or later. * To install ACDSee for PENTAX, Windows Installer Service Version 2.0 may be required. * ACD Showtime! for PENTAXis also installed when performing standard installation of ACDSee for PENTAX (if ACD Showtime! for PENTAX meets system requirements).

<ACD Showtime! for PENTAX> (6 languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese) OS: Windows 98/98SE/Me/NT (latest version)/ 2000/XP (Home Edition/Professional) CPU: Pentium III 500MHz or higher (Pentium 4 2.0GHz or higher recommended) Memory: 128MB minimum (512MB or higher recommended) Hard Disk space: 50MB minimum Display adapter capable of displaying a minimum of 256 colors Internet Explorer 5.5 or later QuickTime 6.0 or later Windows Media Player 7.1 or later (Windows Media Player 9.0 or later recommended) DirectX 9.0 or later <QuickTime 6> (8 languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese [traditional and simplified], Korean, Japanese) OS: Windows 98/98SE/Me/NT (latest version)/2000/XP (Home Edition/Professional) CPU: Pentium or higher recommended Memory: 128MB minimum
* QuickTime 6.0 or later is required to play movies with the provided software ACDSee for PENTAX or ACD Showtime! for PENTAX * Operation is not guaranteed on all PCs meeting the system requirements.
The versions of Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player and Windows Installer Service required for use of ACDSee for PENTAX and ACD Showtime! for PENTAX are not included in the provided CD-ROM (S-SW25). These can be downloaded from the following sites and installed.
Internet Explorer http://www.microsoft.com/ie Windows Media Player http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/ Windows Installer Service http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;292539
Macintosh System Requirements
Frame skipping may occur when playing back movies. If a movie does not play back smoothly, transfer the movie data to your computer and then play the movie.
USB connection OS: Mac OS 8.6 - 9.2 / 10.1 or later USB port 1.1 or later must be standard equipment USB mass storage class
* IInstallation of the driver is necessary for Mac OS 8.6
Application Software <ACDSee for PENTAX and ACD photostitcher> (6 languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese) OS: Mac OS 9.0 or later (requires the latest version of CarbonLib) CPU: PowerPC 266MHz or higher Memory: 8MB minimum Hard Disk space: 6MB minimum QuickTime 6.0 or later
* The classic system is necessary when using ACD photostitcher with Mac OS X or later. * Operation is not guaranteed on all Macintosh computers meeting the system requirements.
Movie with sound AVI (Motion JPEG) compliant You may play movies made using the provided software [ACDSee for PENTAX] (QuickTime required).
Installing the Software (for Windows)
The procedures for installing the necessary software are explained. The procedures below are based on Windows XP unless specified otherwise.

Only customers in displayed countries and regions can register their products on the Internet Product Registration.
Installing the Software (for Macintosh)
This section describes the procedures for installing the necessary software for Macintosh. The procedures below are based on Mac OS X (ver.10.3) unless specified otherwise.
Installing the USB driver (Mac OS 8.6 only)
Turn on your Macintosh. Insert the CD-ROM (S-SW25) into your Macs CD-ROM drive. Double-click the [CD-ROM (S-SW25)] icon. Double-click the [Install ACDSee] icon.
The PENTAX Software Installer screen will appear. Double-click the [Master Installer] icon to display [PENTAX Software Installer] screen.

Click [Mac OS 8.6].

The software selection screen will appear.

Click [USB Driver].

The USB driver will be installed. When installation is completed, reboot your Macintosh.
Turn your Macintosh on. Insert the CD-ROM (S-SW25) in the CD-ROM drive. Double-click the CD-ROM (S-SW25) icon. Double-click the [Install ACDSee] icon.
The PENTAX Software Installer screen appears. Double-click the [Master Installer] icon to display the PENTAX Software Installer screen.
A selection screen to install your desired software appears.
Click your applicable Mac OS.
The setup screen appears. Follow the on-screen guidance to input registration information and install the software.
If the message [CarbonLib-xxxxx could not be found] appears during installation; You must add the extension file CarbonLib to the Extension folder in the System folder in order to install the provided software in Mac OS 9.0 - 9.2. This error message appears when this extension file does not exist or when an older version of the file exists. The latest version of the CarbonLib file is available on the Apple Computer website. Download the file and then install it. Apple Computer website: http://www.apple.com * Contact Apple Computer for detailed information on how to use the CarbonLib file.
Installing ACD photostitcher This section describes the procedures for installing ACD photostitcher, a software application that lets you join a number of images together to form a panorama picture.
Click [ACD photostitcher].
The licensing agreement appears on the screen. After reading it, click [Agree] to accept the terms of the agreement.
Select [Install Location] and click [Install].
Installation starts. When the message appears telling you that the software has been successfully installed, click [Quit]. To install ACD photostitcher on Mac OS X or later, you need the Classic environment. Refer to the operating manual supplied with the Macintosh you are using for details on the Classic environment.
Product Registration on the Internet Please click [Product Registration] on the software selection screen in step 7 on page 15 of this manual. A world map for Internet Product Registration is displayed. If your Macintosh is connected to the Internet, click the displayed country or region and then follow the instructions to register your product. Thank you very much for your cooperation.

Transferring Images to PC
Confirm that [Copy images to hard drive] and [Launch ACDSee] are checked, and click [Next].

Click [Browse].

The [Browse For Folder] screen appears.
Select the destination folder and click [OK].

Click [Next].

The image is copied to the PC, and the ACDSee for PENTAX Browser (1p.28) starts.
The first time ACDSee for PENTAX is run, [Components missing] ACDSee has detected that you do not have the following software installed on your computer: Ghostscript 7.0 (or later) may appear. If you will only display or edit images inside the digital camera, it is not necessary for Ghostscript 7.0 to support ACDSee for PENTAX. Click [Close] to close the message window.
When the Device Detector screen does not appear
Double-click the [ACDSee for PENTAX] icon on the desktop. Double-click [My Computer].
Double-click [Removable Disk].
If the SD Memory Card has a volume label, the volume label name appears instead of [Removable Disk]. A new unformatted SD Memory Card may show the manufacturer name or model number.
Double-click the [DCIM] folder.
Click the [xxxPENTX] folder. (xxx is a three-digit number.)
Select [Copy To.] from the [Edit] menu.
The Copy Files screen appears.
Click [More>>] and select the destination folder.

Click [OK].

The image is copied to the PC.
Disconnecting the Camera from Your PC
While the Focus status lamp (green) is blinking with your camera connected to your computer, your computer is downloading the cameras image data. If you disconnect the camera from the computer during downloading, the image data may be damaged. If the camera (removable disk) is being used by an application such as ACDSee for PENTAX, the camera cannot be disconnected until the application is closed.

Windows XP

Double-click the [Safely Remove Hardware] icon in the task bar notification area.
The [Safely Remove Hardware] screen appears.
Click [USB Mass Storage Device] and click [Stop].
The [Stop a Hardware device] screen appears.
Click [USB Mass Storage Device] and click [OK].
When a message appears indicating that the hardware can be safely removed, disconnect the USB cable from your camera and PC.

Windows 2000/Me

Double-click the [Unplug or eject hardware] icon in the task bar notification area.
The [Unplug or Eject Hardware] screen appears.
Confirm that [PENTAX USB DISK Device] is selected and click [Stop].
Confirm that [PENTAX USB DISK Device] is selected and click [OK].

A message appears.

Disconnect the camera from your PC.

Windows 98 / 98SE

Confirm that the Focus status lamp (green) is not blinking before disconnecting the camera, then simply turn off the camera and disconnect the USB cable.
Transferring Images to a Macintosh
Connect your camera to your Macintosh to transfer images.
We recommend using a AC Adapter D-AC8 (optional) when connecting your camera to your Macintosh. Your image data could be corrupted if your batteries run out during image transfer.
Connecting the Camera and Macintosh
Turn your Macintosh on. Turn your camera off and connect it to the Macintosh with the USB cable.
Make sure the SD Memory Card is inserted in the camera.
The camera is recognized as [NO_NAME] ([untitled] on Mac OS 8.6-9.2) on the desktop. The folder name can be changed.
If the digital camera is connected to your Macintosh in [PictBridge] USB Connection mode, the digital camera will not be properly recognized as a storage device. In that case, disconnect your camera from the Macintosh and follow the instructions in Setting Up Your Digital Camera (1p.17) to set the USB Connection mode to [PC], and then reconnect the USB cable.
If the SD Memory Card has a volume label, the volume label name appears instead of [NO_NAME]. A new unformatted SD Memory Card may show the manufacturer name or model number.
Transferring Images to Macintosh When ACDSee for PENTAX is installed on your Macintosh, Device Detector will be installed as well. If Device Detector is set to On, the images will be transfered to your Macintosh automatically when you connect the camera to your Macintosh.

ACDSee for PENTAX starts and an image list (Browser) appears.

For Macintosh

Double-click the [ACDSee for PENTAX] folder. Double-click the [ACDSee for PENTAX] program icon.
To Exit ACDSee for PENTAX Select [Exit] from the [File] menu in the Browser or the Viewer.
Displaying a List of Images and Movies (Browser)
The Browser appears when you start ACDSee for PENTAX. The Browser can be used to browse the images on your computer or a connected digital camera as thumbnails (or as a list if the images are small) and play back movies. You can also select the desired method to display lists of images and organize your images for easier identification. This section describes the Browser configuration as well as the names and operation of functions within the Browser. For Windows
*This is a default setting screen.
Menu bar You can select and execute the various functions and settings of ACDSee for PENTAX by selecting the menu items from the menu bar. Browser toolbar Browser toolbar includes shortcut buttons for commonly used functions and tools. These buttons open dialog boxes or display further command buttons. You can customize the toolbar for easy use by turning the button labels on or off, adding or removing buttons, and changing the size of the buttons.
Navigation pane Navigation pane displays a folder tree of the folders on your computer, external drive, or peripheral device. In the Navigation pane, there are seven tabs (Search, Calender, Categories, Folders, Photo Discs, Albums, Favorites). You can select these tabs to display their respective contents in the File pane. You can also use the Folders tab in the same way as Windows Explorer to rename, delete, and move folders.
The Favorites tab and Album tab are not displayed by default. You can change the tabs that will be displayed by selecting from the submenu of [Navigation Pane] on the [View] menu.
Preview pane Preview pane displays the image selected in the File pane. A movie or audio file selected in the File pane can be played back in the Preview pane. File list toolbar With these shortcut buttons, you can copy, move or delete items, select what file types or folders to display in the File pane, and sort your images. You can customize the toolbar for easy use by turning the button labels on or off, adding or removing buttons, and changing the size of the buttons. Path box Path box describes the location of the folder of images currently displayed in the File pane. File pane File pane displays the contents of a folder selected in the Navigation pane as a list of files or as thumbnails. You can sort your images by such criteria as file name, file extension, file size, file date, etc. (1p.32) Status bar Status bar displays information and properties for the selected folder or file.

When these categories do not appear, check ( you want to display in the [View] menu. ) the categories
Menu bar You can select and execute the various functions and settings of ACDSee for PENTAX by selecting the menu items from the menu bar. Browser toolbar Browser toolbar includes shortcut buttons for commonly used functions and tools. These buttons open dialog boxes or display further command buttons. Navigation pane Navigation pane displays a folder tree of the folders on your computer, external drive, or peripheral device. Preview pane Preview pane displays the image selected in the File pane. File pane File pane displays the contents of a folder selected in the Navigation pane as a list of files or as thumbnails. You can sort your images by such criteria as file name, file size, file date, etc. (1p.32)
Changing the Browser Display Method You can choose from any of the following six methods for displaying lists of images in the File pane of the Browser. Select [Mode] in the [View] menu and then select a display method from the submenu. You can choose from the following display methods. Thumb+Details Displays image file thumbnails and file information in a list format. You can change the file information that is displayed. (1p.33) Thumbnails Displays image file thumbnails. Large Icons Displays large icons and file names. Small Icons Displays small icons and file names. List Displays small icons and file names in a list format. Details Displays small icons and file information in a list format. You can change the file information that is displayed. (1p.33)
Macintosh users can choose from Thumbnails, Thumbnail list, Small icons, and Details, on the [View] menu.
Changing the Image List Display Method You can change the order of image files displayed in the File pane.
Selecting sort categories
Select the [View] menu [Sort] and then select a sort key category from the submenu. You can choose from the following categories: Extension, Name, Size, Type, Date, Image Properties, Description
Specifying ascending/descending order
Select [Sort] from the [View] menu and then select [Forward] or [Reverse] from the submenu.
Clicking the right mouse button on the File pane background (empty area where images are not displayed as thumbnails or icons) displays the menu in the location of the cursor. You can use the same steps to rearrange the image files. For a Macintosh, you can change the order of image files displayed by selecting the [View] menu [Sort Images]. You can choose a sort key category from the following: File Name, File Size, Image Type, Date, and Reverse Sort Order.

Sorting using the keyboard
You also can sort image files and specify ascending/descending order using the numeric keypad on the keyboard. Categories assigned to the numeric keypad: 0: Extension 1: Name 2: Size 3: Type 4: Date 5: Image Properties 6: Description +: Forward -: Reverse
Enable NumLock by pressing the NumLock key on the keyboard when you want to sort using the numeric keypad.
Setting Detailed Display Categories You can specify items displayed in the list and change the category order when the File pane is set to Details display.
Settings display categories
Select the [View] menu [Columns] and then select a display category from the submenu. You can choose from the following categories: Size, Type, Date, Image Properties, Description Uncheck the categories for which you do not want to display details.
Clicking the right mouse button on the file list header (area with Name, Size, and other categories) displays the menu. You can use the same steps to set the display categories. Macintosh users can choose the item to be displayed from the submenu of the [Show Columns] in the [View] menu when the file pane is displayed as a list.
Adjusting the width of the display category row
You can adjust the row width to match the amount of text for each item displayed in the list. Align the cursor with the edge of the row header. Click on the edge when the cursor changes to a left-right arrow and drag the edge to adjust the row width.
Double-clicking the left mouse button on the row header separator automatically adjusts the row width to match the length of the list text.
Selecting a Folder with an Image You Want to View To view images stored in other folders, select a folder from the folder tree in the Navigation pane of the Browser or directly specify a folder in the path box.
Selecting a different folder in the folder tree
A folder selected from the folder tree is designated as the current folder and images from that folder are displayed in the File pane.
To display a subfolder is displayed next to the folder icon of folders that contain subfolders. Click to display the subfolders. is displayed next to folders when subfolders are displayed. Click to hide the subfolders.
When the digital camera is connected with the USB cable, the camera appears in the Navigation pane as an external drive. The camera appears as [Removable disk] in Windows or [NO_NAME] ([untitled] on Mac OS 8.6-9.2) in Macintosh, or if the SD Memory Card has a volume label name, that name appears. You can view the camera images directly from the Browser by double-clicking the digital camera icon and opening the [DCIM] [xxxPENTX] folders (xxx is a three-digit number). To edit images, first transfer them to your computer.

In addition to viewing and playing back images and movies, ACDSee for PENTAX can also be used to edit images and movies to create unique works of art and other creative projects. This section describes the various image and movie editing functions of ACDSee for PENTAX.

Editing Images

You can fix, edit, and stitch together images by using the ACD FotoCanvas image editing and processing software started from ACDSee for PENTAX.
ACD FotoCanvas is only for Windows (ACD FotoCanvas for Macintosh is not supplied with the camera).
Starting ACD FotoCanvas To start ACD FotoCanvas, select the image you want to edit in the File pane of the Browser and then select the [Activities] menu [Edit] [Editor] [FotoCanvas]. You can also right-click the image you want to edit and select [Edit] from the menu. Adjusting the Image Brightness You can adjust the brightness, contrast, and grayscale of the image.
From ACD FotoCanvas, open the image you want to edit and click the [Levels] button.
The [Brightness/Contrast/ Gamma] window appears.
Adjust each slider to obtain the desired setting.
[Brightness] controls the overall brightness of the image. [Contrast] controls the difference in brightness between the darker areas and the lighter areas. [Gamma] controls the transition (image grayscale) from the lighter areas to the darker areas.
Adding Text and Color to the Image Text messages and colors can be added to the image to create an original work of art.
From ACD FotoCanvas, open the image you want to edit and select [Airbrush], [Rectangle], [Text], or other tool from the Drawing toolbar.
Select [Tool Options] from the [View] menu to adjust the tool settings.
Color options and Blend mode
Drawing toolbar Tool options
Click or drag the mouse cursor over the image to paint or draw shapes or text.
You can use the color options on the upper right-hand side of the window to select the paint, shapes, and text color. You can also select how color is added to the image (blending method) and the transparency of the color added to the image.
Joining Images You can add separate pictures or drawings to an image and join them together.
Copy a separate picture or drawing.
See the operating manual or online help of your imaging software for details on how to copy a picture or drawing.

Adding and Sorting Video (movie), Images, Music and Other Audio With ACD Showtime! for PENTAX, you can add video (movie), images, and music or other audio and then rearrange the order for display or playback to create your own show.
From the [Show] menu on the left of the window, click [Add Video], [Add Image], or [Add Music/Audio].
The [Add Video (Image, Music/ Audio)] dialog box appears. Select the video (movie), image, or music/audio file you want to add to the project and click [Open].
You can also add files by dragging and dropping them from ACDSee for PENTAX or the desktop into the [Edit Show] window.
The area in the [Edit Show] window where video (movie), images, and music/audio files can be rearranged is called the Timeline.
Drag and drop video and images and rearrange them.
When loading an audio track, you can drag the audio track to the point in the Timeline where you want the audio to begin playback.
To display the audio tracks, click the [Toggle View Mode] button.
Click the [Preview] button.
The show you are editing is played back in the preview area.
Editing Video (movie) You can select a movie file in the [Edit Show] window and add special effects or change the playback time.
Select the video (movie) to edit.
The [Video] menu appears on the left sidebar of the [Edit Show] window.
Select [Effects] or [Trim] from the [Video] menu.
Select [Effects] to create various special effects such as blurring or embossing of the image, or to adjust the image quality.
Select [Trim] to specify the playback time of a movie in a show.
Editing Images You can set the display time, enlarge an area of an image, add special effects, and perform other editing for still pictures loaded to a project.
Select the image to edit.
The [Image] menu appears on the left sidebar of the [Edit Show] window.
Select and set an edit function.
You can select from the following editing functions in the [Image] menu. Rotate/Flip Rotates the image 90 degrees or flips the image vertically or horizontally. Crop Cut an area of the image and enlarge the image. Duration Set the length of time the image is displayed in milliseconds. Effects Apply special effects, such as embossing, and image corrections, such as gamma correction.
Transitioning between Scenes When transitioning between movies and images loaded to the timeline, you can use various effects, such as the overlapping of images and fading in and out. These effects are called transitions.

You can print image files from the ACDSee for PENTAX Browser or the Viewer. You can also send images by e-mail, playback a show on a computer edited using ACD Showtime! for PENTAX, or share your original works in a variety of ways.

Printing an Image

You can use various functions for printing. Windows XP is used as the standard OS to explain the procedures below, unless specified otherwise. (If you use Macintosh, some procedures may be different, or the names of the functions may be different.) Printing from the Browser You can print images from the Browser.
Select one or more images.
To print several images, hold the Ctrl key on the keyboard while clicking on all the pictures you want to print.
Select [Print Images] from the [File] menu.
The Print dialog box is displayed.
Select or change the printing options. Click [Print].
Creating and Printing Contact Sheets You can create and print contact sheets (thumbnails) of your images. You can add captions to each image, page headers and footers, and change the size of images.
In the Browser, select a group of images.
Hold the Ctrl key on the keyboard while clicking on all the pictures you want to print.
Select [Print Contact Sheet] from the [File] menu.
The Print Contact Sheet dialog box is displayed.
Select or change the printing options. Click [OK].
For more information about creating and printing contact sheets, click the Help button in the Print Contact Sheet dialog box.
Printing from the Viewer You can print the currently viewed image, or all images that reside in the same folder as the currently viewed image.
Select [Print Image] or [Print All Images] from the [File] menu.
Select [Print Image] to print the currently viewed image. Select [Print All Images] to print all images that reside in the same folder as the currently viewed image. The Print dialog box is displayed when either is selected.
Inserting the Date and Printing Images You can insert the date into an image file and print it. Date insertion settings are done in the Print dialog box.
Select the [Caption] tab in the Print dialog box.
Check the [Print image capture date in the corner of images] check box.
Arranging and Printing Pictures With the FotoSlate software provided with ACDSee for PENTAX, you can layout pictures on a board, add text, and print the pictures. Here is an easy introduction to using FotoSlate.
FotoSlate is only for Windows (FotoSlate for Macintosh is not supplied with the camera).
Select the image you want to use for a layout in ACDSee for PENTAX and select the [Activities] menu [Print] [FotoSlate].

If you are creating a movie for playback by Macintosh computers, save the file in QuickTime format. For more information, see Saving a Project/Video (movie) (1p.57).
ACDSee for PENTAX comes with many other features to allow you to enjoy using images and movies with your computer. This section introduces some interesting additional features and how to find help with operations of ACDSee for PENTAX.

Using Help

ACDSee for PENTAX and the provided software come with online help that explains how to use the software and provides information about the various functions. Be sure to use the online help if you have problems operating the software. Searching for Information
Select [Contents] from the [Help] menu.
The [Help] window appears.
Select the [Contents], [Index], or [Search] tab to search for the item you are looking for.
To go directly to find the item you are looking for, enter the phrase you want to find in the [Search] tab, and click the [List Topics] button. The topic list will appear.

Useful Tips

Select the [Help] menu

[Tip of the Day].

[Did you know.] appears.
Tips on how to use the software appear randomly. Click [Next Tip] to display the next new topic. Use this to look for some interesting tips.

About ACDInTouch

ACDInTouch is an Internet-based service that provides the latest information about ACDSee. You can obtain information about special offers and free digital imaging materials as well as subscribe to the latest news and tips. Connecting to ACDInTouch
Select [ACDInTouch] from the [Help] menu.
The Connect to ACDInTouch dialog box is displayed.

Click [Connect Now].

About the ACDInTouch Services ACDInTouch is a service for sending information directly to ACDSee for PENTAX. When you connect, information is sent to you so that you can read up-to-date information directly in the ACDInTouch pane. This information is relevant to your product, such as upgrades, add-ons and related software from ACDSYSTEMS that may also be of interest to you.

PENTAX Corporation

2-36-9,Maeno-cho, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo 174-8639, JAPAN (http://www.pentax.co.jp/) PENTAX Europe GmbH (European Headquarters) Julius-Vosseler-Strasse, 104, 22527 Hamburg, GERMANY (HQ - http://www.pentaxeurope.com) (Germany - http://www.pentax.de) PENTAX U.K. Limited PENTAX House, Heron Drive, Langley, Slough, Berks SL3 8PN, U.K. (http://www.pentax.co.uk) PENTAX France S.A.S. 12/14, rue Jean Poulmarch, 95106 Argenteuil Cedex, FRANCE PENTAX Benelux B.V. (for Netherlands) Spinveld 25, 4815 HR Breda, NETHERLANDS (http://www.pentax.nl) (for Belgium & Luxembourg) Weiveldlaan 3-5, 1930 Zaventem, BELGIUM (http://www.pentax.be) PENTAX (Schweiz) AG Widenholzstrasse 1 Postfach Dietlikon, SWITZERLAND (http://www.pentax.ch) PENTAX Scandinavia AB P.O. Box 650, 75127 Uppsala, SWEDEN (http://www.pentax.se) PENTAX Imaging Company A Division of PENTAX of America, Inc. (Headquarters) 600 12th Street, Suite 300 Golden, Colorado 80401, U.S.A. (Distribution & Service Center) 16163 West 45th Drive, Unit H Golden, Colorado 80403, U.S.A. (http://www.pentaximaging.com) PENTAX Canada Inc. 1770 Argentia Road Mississauga, Ontario L5N 3S7, CANADA (http://www.pentaxcanada.ca)

 

Technical specifications

Full description

The PENTAX Optio S5i is an ultra-compact, lightweight digital camera with 5.0 effective megapixels and a 3X optical zoom lens. Its high quality aluminum alloy body and grip are textured beautifully for a sense of high design. Despite a powerful 3X optical zoom lens, the Optio S5i weighs 3.7 ounces (excluding batteries and SD memory card). A unique Sliding Lens system that allows the lens to store up and away inside the camera for the ultra-compact dimensions of 3.3x2.0x.80 inches (excluding controls and other profusions). For high-precision imaging, the Optio S5i features the power of 5.0 effective megapixels and features an smc PENTAX lens that delivers high-clarity and suppresses ghosting and flare. The primary color filter reproduces vivid, natural colors. The Optio S5i incorporates a large 1.8-inch TFT LCD monitor that offers an approximate 100% field of view with approximately 85, 000 pixels. It makes confirmation of composition or focus easy at the time of shooting and enhances image confirmation during playback. A Quick button function allows the user to designate one mode from a choice of 10 to act as a shortcut button to a selected function. By default, the Optio S5i comes with Green mode designated for the Quick button, which leaves all settings to the camera with the exception of zooming. Additional modes accessible via the Quick button include: Green mode, USER mode, Movie mode, Mode Palette, White balance, Mode memory, Resizing, Trimming, Image/voice copy, and Format. In addition to the conventionally available shooting modes, the Optio S5i features a new "Sport" mode that sets the camera for shutter speed-priority to enable spur of the moment shooting for active subjects. As with other shooting modes, the Sport mode is easy to select on the Mode palette where mode icons on the LCD monitor are displayed all at once. The easy to select option helps isolate 10 select modes from the impressive selection of 21 modes. Pan focusing ensures clear focusing from a close range to infinity, providing a better chance of capturing the action in quickly disappearing photo opportunities. The battery charger stand charges the battery inside the camera as well as spare batteries. Optio S5i users may control image playback on a TV via two optional remote controller units. Remote control F can be used to control image advance by pressing the shutter release button, while remote control E can be used to control image advance with the shutter release button, and image rewind with the zoom button.

General
Product TypeDigital camera
Width3.3 in
Depth0.8 in
Height2 in
Weight0.2 lbs
Body MaterialAluminum alloy
Main Features
Resolution5.0 Megapixel
Color SupportColor
Optical Sensor TypeCCD
Total Pixels5,250,000 pixels
Effective Sensor Resolution5,000,000 pixels
Optical Sensor Size1/2.5"
Light SensitivityISO 100, ISO 400, ISO 200, ISO 80, ISO auto
Digital Zoom4 x
Shooting ModesFrame movie mode
Shooting ProgramsAutumn color, landscape, portrait mode, text, museum, surf & snow, self-portrait, food, 3D image, panorama assist, flower, night scene, posterization, marine, sunset, soft
Special EffectsBlack & White, Sepia, Slim, Yellow, Purple, Blue, Green, Pink
Max Shutter Speed1/2000 sec
Min Shutter Speed4 sec
Exposure MeteringMulti-segment, center-weighted, spot
Exposure ModesProgram, automatic
Exposure Compensation±2 EV range, in 1/3 EV steps
White BalanceCustom, automatic, presets
White Balance PresetsFluorescent, tungsten light, daylight, shade
Digital Video FormatAVI
Still Image FormatJPEG
Remote ControlOptional
Video CaptureAVI - 320 x 240 - 15 fps - 672 sec - with 128MB card
Memory / Storage
Supported Flash MemorySD Memory Card
Integrated Memory10 MB
Image StorageFine JPEG 2560 x 1920 : 37 - with 128MB card Normal JPEG 2560 x 1920 : 73 - with 128MB card Economy JPEG 2560 x 1920 : 125 - with 128MB card Fine JPEG 2048 x 1536 : 62 - with 128MB card Normal JPEG 2048 x 1536 : 113 - with 128MB card Economy JPEG 2048 x 1536 : 166 - with 128MB card Fine JPEG 1600 x 1200 : 104 - with 128MB card Normal JPEG 1600 x 1200 : 178 - with 128MB card Economy JPEG 1600 x 1200 : 250 - with 128MB card Fine JPEG 1024 x 768 : 227 - with 128MB card Normal JPEG 1024 x 768 : 417 - with 128MB card Economy JPEG 1024 x 768 : 544 - with 128MB card Fine JPEG 640 x 480 : 500 - with 128MB card Normal JPEG 640 x 480 : 782 - with 128MB card Economy JPEG 640 x 480 : 1043 - with 128MB card
Camera Flash
Camera FlashBuilt-in flash
Flash ModesFill-in mode, auto mode, flash OFF mode, red-eye reduction
Red Eye ReductionYes
Effective Flash Range8 in - 11.5 ft
Lens System
TypeZoom lens - 5.8 mm - 17.4 mm - f/2.6-4.8
Focal Length5.8 mm - 17.4 mm
Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera36.5 - 107mm
Focus AdjustmentAutomatic, manual
Auto FocusTTL contrast detection
Auto Focus Points (Zones)7
Min Focus Range15.7 in
Macro Focus Range2.4 in - 19.7 in
Lens ApertureF/2.6-4.8
Optical Zoom3 x
Zoom AdjustmentMotorized drive
Lens Construction5 group(s) / 6 element(s)
FeaturesAspherical lens
Additional Features
Self TimerYes
Self Timer Delay10 sec
Additional FeaturesAudio recording, RGB primary color filter, auto power save, date/time stamp, DPOF support, PRINT Image Matching, PictBridge support, histogram display, alarm function, resizing an image
Viewfinder
Viewfinder TypeOptical - real-image zoom
Display
TypeLCD display - TFT active matrix - 1.8" - color
Display Form FactorBuilt-in
Display Format85,000 pixels
Microphone
TypeMicrophone - built-in
Connections
Connector Type1 x composite video/audio output 1 x USB 1 x DC power input
Expansion Slot(s)1 x SD Memory Card
Software
SoftwareDrivers & Utilities, ACD Systems Photostitcher Plug-in, ACD Systems FotoSlate, ACD Systems FotoCanvas
System Requirements for PC Connection
Operating System SupportMS Windows XP, MS Windows 2000, MS Windows ME, MS Windows 98, Apple Mac OS 8.6 or later, MS Windows 98 SE
Peripheral DevicesUSB port
Power
Power DeviceBattery charger - external
Battery
Supported Battery Details1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery ( included )
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature32 °F
Max Operating Temperature104 °F
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandPentax
Part Numbers18343, S5I
GTIN00027075086593

 

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