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PhotoMAX Digital Camera Creative Kit
Rev. 1, June 10, 2002
PDC640TOC.fm Page 1 Monday, October 5, 1998 8:53 AM
Getting started... 1 Whats in the Polaroid PhotoMAX Digital Camera Creative Kit. 2 All about the camera... 3 Attaching the wrist strap... 6 All about batteries... 7
Loading batteries... 7 Connecting the AC adapter... 9
Inserting the memory card... 10 Turning on the camera... 12
Setting the date and time... 13
About the camera controls... 14
Displaying the Menu options... Viewing images on the LCD viewfinder.. Deleting images... Locking images... 17 19
Taking pictures... 20
Tips for taking great pictures... 23
Transferring pictures to your computer.. 24
Installing the PhotoMAX software.. 24 Getting Help in the PhotoMAX software.. 24 Using the software to transfer pictures.. 25
Displaying images on a TV... 28 Troubleshooting... 29 Appendixes.... 32
FCC Notice... 32 Camera precautions.... 32 Battery handling... 33 Contacting Polaroid.... 34 Internet support... 34
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Your Polaroid PhotoMAX PDC 640 Digital Camera Creative Kit contains everything you need to take digital photographs. After you take pictures, you will nd it easy to transfer them to your computer or display them on a TV. Once the images are on your computer, use the Polaroid PhotoMAX Image Maker software to change them in many creative ways, include them in e-mail, or use them to create greeting cards and T-shirts. The Polaroid PDC 640 Digital Camera and the Polaroid PhotoMAX Image Maker Software are easy to use, and are designed to work together to produce high-quality results. Use your imagination. Have fun! Use the AC adapter whenever possible to extend the life of your batteries. It is a good idea to keep a set of extra batteries handy, especially on a trip when it may not be possible to nd replacement batteries easily. To help conserve batteries, the camera shuts itself off automatically after a preset number of minutes of inactivity. This quickstart guide covers basic camera features, startup, and installation procedures, and how to take pictures and transfer them to your computer. For detailed information about camera features and camera operation, see the online Polaroid PhotoMAX Image Maker Products Users Guide.
Please ll out and mail your registration card!
Polaroid PhotoMAX PDC 640 Quickstart Guide
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Whats in the Polaroid PhotoMAX Digital Camera Creative Kit
Your Polaroid PDC640 Digital Camera Creative Kit contains everything you need to take digital pictures and transfer them to your computer.
c e f g h i j
a Camera case b Polaroid PhotoMAX Image Maker Products
c Polaroid PhotoMAX PDC 640 Quickstart Guide d AA batteries e Camera-to-TV connector (video cable) f Memory card g Camera-to-computer connector (RS232 serial cable) h AC power adapter i PDC 640 Digital Camera j Wrist strap
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All about the camera
Front view of the camera a b
e a Self-timer LED b Optical viewnder c Flash d Lens Cover e Hand grip
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Back view of the camera i
h a b c g f
d a Menu button
b Information button c Review button d LCD viewnder e Distance setting button f Down arrow button g Up arrow button h Wrist strap attachment i Optical viewnder
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Top view of the camera e
c a Resolution button b Flash button c Status panel d LCD viewnder e Shutter button
Side view of the camera
d a Camera-to-computer connection (serial cable) b Memory card slot c Camera-to-TV connection (video cable) d AC adapter
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Bottom view of the camera a
a Tripod socket b Battery compartment
Attaching the wrist strap
The PDC 640 Digital Camera comes with a handy wrist strap. Attach the wrist strap this way:
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All about batteries
You can operate your PDC 640 Digital Camera on battery power or with AC current using the AC adapter. To conserve battery life, the camera shuts itself off after a preset number of minutes of inactivity. To activate the camera again, close and reopen the lens cover. The camera displays a low battery icon on the LCD viewnder when battery power is weak. When you see this icon, replace the batteries with a new set as soon as possible.
Open the battery compartment on the bottom of the camera by pushing the button on the cover in the direction indicated by the arrow.
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Load four AA-size batteries into the compartment.
Make sure the + and terminals are oriented correctly in the compartment, or the camera will not function. Do not mix old and new batteries, or batteries of different types.
Close the battery compartment cover. Make sure it is closed securely.
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Connecting the AC adapter
To conserve battery life, use the AC adapter whenever possible. The AC adapter can become warm to the touch after extended periods of use. This is normal and is no cause for alarm.
a Camera-to-computer connector (RS232 serial cable) b Camera-to-TV connector (video cable) c AC power adapter
When you use the AC adapter, make sure to: Use only the AC adapter that came with your camera (to prevent damage to your camera). Turn off the power to the camera before connecting or disconnecting the AC adapter. Grasp the plug, not the cord, when you unplug the adapter from an outlet. Avoid bending, pulling, or twisting the AC adapter cord. Do not try to lengthen the cord by splicing it with another wire. Replace a damaged power cord with a new one (to avoid electrical shock).
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Inserting the memory card
The images you take with your PDC 640 camera are stored on a removable 3.3V SSFDC or SmartMedia 2 MB memory card (also available in 4 MB and 8 MB).
Note: You must insert the memory card before you can
turn on the camera. If camera beeps is enabled, the camera beeps if the card is not installed and displays the [ ] message on the Status panel.
To insert the memory card: 1. 2.
Make sure the lens cover is closed (the power is off). Open the memory compartment on the side of the camera.
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Insert the memory card into the slot (gold side of the card facing the front of the camera).
Make sure the card is pushed rmly into the slot.
Note: The camera prompts you to format the
memory card if it is not formatted. The camera displays the format menu on the LCD viewnder. Press the button next to Format.
Close the memory compartment cover.
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Turning on the camera
You must insert the memory card before you can turn on the camera.
To turn on the power to the camera: 1. 2.
Insert the memory card as described in the previous section, if it is not installed. Turn on the camera.
Icons appear on the Status panel.
a b c e d
a Resolution setting b Number of images remaining in memory c Battery status d Distance setting e Flash settings
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Setting the date and time
You need to set the date and time the rst time you turn on the camera.
To set the date and time: 1.
Turn on the camera. If this is the rst time you are turning on the camera, go to step 6. Press the Menu button. Press the down arrow button to display the next set of options. Press the button next to Settings. Press the button next to Date & Time. Press the button next to the right arrow on the LCD viewnder to move the cursor to each part of the date and time that you want to change. Press the up arrow or down arrow to change the number under the cursor. Press the button next to Done to save the date and time. You now are ready to take pictures! Press the Menu button to change other camera settings, or use the optical viewnder or the LCD viewnder to take pictures.
2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
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About the camera controls
For more information about these options, refer to the online Image Maker Products Users Guide.
a b c d e
You use the following Menu options to: Review images Delete images Lock images Use the self-timer Change settings You can change the date and time, enable or disable camera beeps, change the quick review, set the video mode (NTSC or PAL), and set the language of the menu options.
Press the Information button to display the following information on the LCD viewnder: Resolution The number of the image and how many images are stored in memory If the image is locked
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You can view images on the LCD viewnder one image at a time. Press the Review button to turn on the LCD viewnder. Use the down arrow and the up arrow to scroll through the images on the viewnder. Use the Review menu option to review nine thumbnail images at a time on the LCD viewnder.
The LCD viewnder on the back of the camera has the following uses: LCD viewnder for taking pictures Displays menu options for changing camera settings
You use the up arrow and the down arrow buttons to scroll back or ahead to display a different image on the LCD viewnder.
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Displaying the Menu options
Turn on the camera. Press the Menu button. The LCD viewnder appears as follows (an image may appear on the viewnder):
Press the up arrow or down arrow button to go to the next set of options or the previous set of options. Press the button that is next to the menu option that you want to change. The Menu button, the Information button, and the LCD review button work differently after you press the Menu button to display the menu options. For example, to delete an image, press the Information button, which is next to the Delete option on the LCD viewnder. In this case, the Information button deletes the image and does not affect the display of information on the LCD viewnder.
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Viewing images on the LCD viewnder
You can view images stored in memory one image at a time or nine thumbnail images at a time:
1. 2. 3. 4.
Turn on the camera (slide the lens cover to the right). Press the Review button. Press the down arrow or the up arrow button to view the next or previous images stored in memory. To view thumbnail images: Press the Menu button to display the menu of options. b. Press the button next to Review. Nine thumbnail images appear on the LCD viewnder at a time. If there are more images stored in memory, press the down arrow button to scroll through the stored images. Press the up arrow button to go back to the previous screen.
Use this feature to delete individual images or delete all images at one time.
Warning: Once you delete an image, it cannot be retrievedit is gone forever! You can lock images to prevent the images from being deleted from memory.
When you delete one or more images, the remaining images stored in the camera are renumbered.
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To delete the current image: 1. 2. 3. 4.
Turn on the camera. Press the up arrow or the down arrow button to select the image that you want to delete. Press the Menu button. Press the button next to Delete.
Note: This does not delete any images. It takes you to the next screen on the LCD viewnder.
Press the button next to Delete Current. Press the button next to Delete Now to delete the image.
Note: You cannot delete the image if it is locked.
Press the button next to Done to exit.
To delete all images in memory: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Turn on the camera. Press the Menu button. Press the button next to Delete. Press the button next to Delete All. Press the button next to Delete Now. Press the button next to Dont Delete if you change your mind.
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Use this feature to prevent images from being deleted from memory.
To lock images: 1. 2. 3. 4.
Turn on the camera. Press the Menu button. Press the button next to Lock. Do the following:
Lock the image that is displayed on the LCD viewnder Lock all images stored on the memory card
Press the button next to
Note: If the images are locked, press the button next to Unlock Current or Unlock All. 5.
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Your PhotoMAX PDC 640 Digital Camera Creative Kit contains everything you need to take pictures and transfer them to your computer where you can edit them, send them over the Internet, print them, and store them. You can take pictures using the optical viewnder or using the LCD viewnder. Use the optical viewnder: For faster processing and ash recycle time To optimizes battery life
Use the LCD viewnder to optimize framing your image when you are using macro mode.
To take a picture: 1. 2.
Turn on the camera. Set the distance setting to one of the following:
Macro mode 0.5 to 1.5 ft. (15 to 45 cm) from the camera Close-up mode 1.5 to 5 ft. (45 cm to 1.5m) from the camera Normal mode 3 ft. to innity (1m to innity) from the camera
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Press the Resolution button to set the resolution to one of the following:
640 x 480 Super-High resolution with minimal compression Stores up to 12 images 640 x 480 High resolution with medium compression Stores up to 24 images 640 x 480 Standard resolution with moderate compression Stores up to 36 images 320 x 240 Stores up to 96 images
Press the Flash button to set the ash to one of the following options:
The ash res automatically whenever the autoexposure sensor determines that lighting conditions require additional light. The ash res for every picture. Use ll ash when there is a light behind the subjects to ll in and soften strong shadows, and on cloudy days. The ash does not re. Use in places where ash is prohibited or may be distracting, or when shooting toward a reective background, such as a window or a mirror. The ash res automatically whenever the autoexposure sensor determines that lighting conditions require additional light, but is preceded by a pre-ash to reduce the red-eye effect.
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Take a picture:
If you want to.
Use the optical viewnder Use the LCD viewnder
Look through the optical viewnder and frame the image the way you want. Press the LCD viewnder button to turn on the LCD viewnder. Point the camera at your subject and frame the image the way you want.
Once you have composed your picture, press the shutter button. Once you take the picture, the green LED in the optical viewnder blinks. When the LED stops blinking, you can take another picture.
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Tips for taking great pictures
Some tips that can help you take great pictures! Keep the sun behind you or at your side. Avoid having the sun directly overhead. Use the ll ash if there is a light behind your subject. In low light level conditions, use a tripod to avoid camera movement during exposure. Avoid extreme temperatures, which can affect battery performance. Keep the subject within the ash range (3 ft. to 10 ft. (1m to 3m)). Avoid shooting toward reective objects to avoid hot spots in your pictures or use the ll ash if you cannot avoid shooting toward reective objects. Clean the lens, the LED area on the front of the camera, and the LCD viewnder on the back of the camera with a soft, lint-free cloth periodically. Do not use cleaning solutions or chemically-treated tissues.
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Transferring pictures to your computer
The following sections describe how to install the Polaroid PhotoMAX software and use the software to transfer the images in your camera to your computer.
Installing the PhotoMAX software
The driver for the PDC 640 Digital Camera is installed automatically when you install the Polaroid PhotoMAX software supplied with this kit.
To install the Polaroid PhotoMAX software: 1. 2. 3. 4.
Insert the Polaroid PhotoMAX CD in your CDROM drive. Select Run from the Windows Start menu. Type x:\setup.exe (substitute the letter of your CD-ROM drive for x, typically D or E). Click OK and follow the instructions on your computer screen.
Getting Help in the PhotoMAX software
Select the ? button on the Polaroid PhotoMAX main window to open the online Image Maker Products Users Guide, which provides step-by-step procedures on how to use your Polaroid PhotoMAX software. To get context-sensitive help on any window element, move the cursor over the element and press the right mouse button.
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Using the software to transfer pictures
You can transfer pictures directly from your PDC 640 Digital Camera to your computer. Use the AC adapter whenever possible to extend the life of your batteries.
To transfer pictures: 1.
Double-click the Polaroid PhotoMAX icon on your desktop to open the Polaroid PhotoMAX software. Note: Make sure that your PDC 640 Digital Camera is plugged in to your computer and both are turned on. The Status panel displays the PC message and beeps if the camera is connected to the computer properly when you turn on the computer.
a Camera-to-computer connector (RS232 serial cable) b Camera-to-TV connector (video cable) c AC power adapter 2. 3.
Click Get Photo. Do one of the following:
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Camera or Scanner
a. b. Select Twain device on the Acquire From window, and then click OK. Select PDC 640 from the Sources: list on the Select Sources window, and then click Select. The Album window opens and then the PDC 640 Twain Driver window opens. Click Get All to transfer all the images to your computer. Note: You also can select the images you want to transfer to your computer and click Get Selected. The images are transferred to the sample album, which is located in the PhotoMAX\Albums folder. Double-click the image in the album that you want to edit. The image appears in the image tray.
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a. b. c. Select the album in which you want to save your images, or create a new album. Click the Acquire button on the Album window button bar. Select PDC 640 from the Sources: list on the Select Sources window, and then click Select. The PDC 640 Twain Driver window opens. Click Get All to transfer all the images to your computer. Note: You also can select the images you want to transfer to your computer and click Get Selected. The images are transferred to the selected album, which is located in the PhotoMAX\Albums folder. Double-click the image in the album that you want to edit. The image appears in the image tray.
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Displaying images on a TV
You can view the images stored in your camera on any TV equipped with a video input terminal. For more information about using your TV for video input, refer to the manufacturers manual for your TV.
Turn off the TV and the power to the camera. Set the video mode, if needed. Plug one end of the video cable into the video input connection on the TV. Open the memory compartment on your camera and the plug the other end of the video cable into the TV connection. Turn on the TV and set the channel used for video input. Turn on the camera. Press the Menu button and then press the Menu button again to review the images. You also can press the LCD review button and use the up and down arrow buttons to review the images.
5. 6. 7.
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PhotoMAX software does not see the PDC 640 Digital Camera.
The power to the camera was not turned on before you powered on the computer. The serial cable is not connected properly to the computer.
Ensure that you turn on the camera and then your turn on your computer. Ensure that the AC power adapter is connected to the power socket on the camera and to an AC power outlet. Connect one end of the serial cable to the RS232 serial port on the back of the computer and connect the other end of the cable to the serial cable port on the PDC 640. Make sure the cables are attached rmly to the camera and the back of the computer.
Lens cover is not open. Batteries are not loaded correctly. Dead batteries. Wrong AC adapter.
Slide the lens cover to the right. Position the + and terminals correctly in the battery compartment. Replace the batteries. Use the recommended AC adapter.
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Low Battery indicator on Status Panel. Cannot take a picture.
Low battery power.
Replace the batteries.
The ash may be recharging. Memory card may be full. The camera beeps three times when you press the shutter button. Memory card may be missing or installed incorrectly. The Status Panel displays the [ ] error message. Camera is connected to your computer.
Wait until the green LED stops blinking. If you have taken the maximum number of images, transfer the images to your computer and erase the images from memory. Ensure that the memory card is inserted correctly in the memory compartment. If the camera is connected to your computer, use the software controls to take a picture, or disconnect the camera from the computer.
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Flash does not work.
Flash is not turned on. Flash is recharging. Batteries are weak.
Check the ash mode icon on the Status Panel. Cycle through the ash options to turn on the ash if it was disabled. Wait until the green LED on the viewnder stops blinking. Replace the batteries.
No signal on the TV monitor while the camera is on.
Bad connection between the camera and the TV monitor.
Use the specied cable to connect the camera and the TV monitor.
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. For detailed information about FCC compliance, see the online Polaroid PhotoMAX Image Maker Products Users Guide.
Observe the following precautions when you use the Polaroid PDC 640 Digital Camera: Do not open the case of the camera or attempt your own repairs. High-voltage internal components create the risk of electrical shock when exposed. Always leave maintenance and repair to authorized Polaroid service providers. Keep the camera away from water and other liquids because moisture creates the danger of re and electrical shock. Do not use the camera in the rain, at the seashore or the beach, and so on.
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Turn off the power to the camera and unplug the AC adapter immediately if water or any foreign substances get into the camera. Using the camera under these conditions creates the danger of electrical shock or re. Do not open the battery compartment or unplug the AC adapter when the green LCD light on the back of the camera is ashing. If the camera loses power while processing a new image, the new image cannot be stored and can cause corruption of other images in storage.
When using batteries, keep the following in mind: Use only AA alkaline or lithium batteries with this camera. Never mix old batteries and new batteries, or different types of batteries. Do not expose batteries to direct heat or dispose of them by burning. Dispose of batteries according to the rules of your local area. Always remove batteries from the camera if you are not going to use the camera for extended periods of time. Do not leave dead batteries in the camera because they are susceptible to leakage, which can cause signicant damage to your camera. Camera damage caused by batteries is not covered under the warranty.
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You can call Polaroid toll-free within the U.S.A. at 1-800-432-5355, 7 days a week, 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. Eastern Standard Time. When calling with a technical question, ask for an Electronic Imaging or a Digital Imaging Specialist. Please identify the Polaroid product and its serial number (if applicable). If possible, have your system running the software when you call. We offer a variety of Customer Support Services. Call us for details and applicable fees. Outside the U.S.A., contact the Polaroid ofce nearest you.
Technical support is available via the Internet. Visit our Web site at: http://www/polaroid.com Go to the Digital World section and follow the links.
Technical Support Information
(This information replaces that found on Page 34)
Polaroid Corporation provides technical support for digital cameras at http://www.polaroid.com/, and within the United States by calling 800-897-0356 from 10 A.M. to 7 P.M. EST, (Mon - Fri) and 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. EST (Sat). Please note that phone support and repair services are regional and may not be available for a particular product outside the country where it was purchased. To obtain parts for cameras purchased in the United States, call 800-343-4846 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, Mon. - Fri. (Note: No technical support is available at this number.) A list of Polaroid international sales and customer support offices is available at http://www.polaroid.com/service/phone.html.
PDC 1100 Quickstart Card side 2
Shutter button Flash Optical viewfinder
Status panel display
Pixel resolution/color setting Color: low to super Black & white: low to super Flash setting Autoflash Fill flash on Flash off Red eye reduction Lens setting Auto focus Macro Infinity Fixed focus: 3, 7, 16 ft Exposure setting Memory card & battery status Memory card in slot No memory card in slot (blinking) Battery good Battery low Normal Light +1. +2, +3, +4 Darken -1, -2, -3, -4 Self-timer setting On/off
The camera has two LCD menus: REC (Record) to take photos. PLAY (Playback) to review photos stored in memory.
Whats in the Polaroid PhotoMAX PDC 1100 Digital Camera Creative Kit?
d c b f e
Lens Number of images remaining 36 - Low resolution 16 - Medium resolution 12 - High resolution 6 - Super resolution
Tripod socket Status panel Ready indicator Optical viewfinder Wait indicator Menu dial LCD display switch Power switch LCD display
Polaroid PDC 1100 Digital Camera 4 MB removable memory card Video cable Camera case
a c Press the Menu Dial to display menu options, change between Record and Playback mode, and make a selection. Turn the Menu Dial to scroll between different menu choices and settings.
Refer to the Polaroid PhotoMAX PDC 1100 Users Guide for more information.
b Wrist strap (with removable memory clip) d Four AA batteries e f
USB cable connection Serial cable connection AC adapter connection Video cable connection Memory card slot
g Polaroid PhotoMAX Image Maker Software CD-ROM h AC adapter i j k l
Polaroid PhotoMAX PDC 1100 Users Guide Quickstart card RS-232C serial cable USB cable
1999 Polaroid Corporation, Cambridge, MA 02139, U.S.A., owner of the trademarks "Polaroid", "Polaroid PhotoMAX" and "PDC". "MAX the Bird" 1998 Polaroid Corporation. All other product names may be the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved. Printed in U.S.A. PU-21203Q-0
PDC 1100 Quickstart Card side 1
Getting the camera ready
Open the battery compartment. Slide the cover lock to the unlocked position and push forward to open. Insert four AA batteries into the compartment.
Do not mix old batteries with new batteries, or different manufacturers batteries together.
You can take a photo using the optical viewfinder or the LCD display. Use the optical viewfinder to save battery power.
Status panel Ready indicator Optical viewfinder LCD display Shutter button Frame photo using optical viewfinder or LCD display
Press shutter button half-way to focus
To connect using the serial cable
Flash range = 3ft -10 ft (1m - 3m)
1 Turn off your computer and all peripherals (scanner, printer). 2 Connect the serial cable to the serial port on the camera and then to your computer. 3 Connect the AC adapter to the AC power connection on the camera.
Serial port AC power connection
To extend battery life, use the AC adapter whenever possible or purchase rechargeable batteries. Connect one end of the AC adapter to the AC power connector on the camera. Connect the other end to a grounded electrical outlet.
Wait until the green LED light appears. The camera is now focused and ready to take a photo. 4 Hold the camera steady and press the shutter button down firmly. The red LED light appears and the photo appears on the LCD display while it processes. Wait until the image is fully processed before taking another photo.
4 Plug the AC adapter into a grounded electrical outlet. 5 Turn on your computer. 6 Turn on your camera. 7 Double click the Polaroid PhotoMAX icon on your desktop.
AC power connection
LCD display switch
Attach wrist strap
Attach the wrist strap to the camera as shown.
Use the LCD display to frame photos when using the Macro lens setting. See the Users Guide (included in kit) for more information on changing camera settings. 1 Slide the power switch up to turn on the camera.
To connect using the USB cable
1 Connect the USB cable to the USB port on the camera and then to your computer.
USB port AC power connection
Insert memory card
Turn the camera power off. Insert the memory card into the slot (with the label side of the card facing the rear of the camera). Use the clip to remove the memory card from the camera.
Do not insert or remove the memory card while the camera power is on.
Transferring photos to your computer
2 Slide the LCD display switch up to turn on the LCD display if needed. The are two ways of transferring digital photos to your computer. RS-232 Serial port connection. USB port connection. USB supported only for Windows 98. You can also purchase an optional external memory card reader. See your computer retailer for more information.
2 Connect the AC adapter to the AC power connection on the camera. 3 Plug the AC adapter into a grounded electrical outlet. 4 Turn on your camera. 5 Double click the Polaroid PhotoMAX icon on your desktop.
3 Wait until the flash has charged. The flash icon blinks on the Status panel display while the flash is charging. You cannot take a photo while the flash is charging.
Flash icon blinks until flash is ready
You must insert the memory card before you can turn on the camera.
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