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username 8:44am on Friday, October 15th, 2010 
Old Casio, good product Although this model is no longer in production, it is an excellent little camera, with many good features (e.g..
Steve-o 8:52am on Saturday, September 25th, 2010 
See my opinion on Amazon, but this is a great...  Very Fast, light, good megapixels Weak video, USB 1.0 I love the camera, my 5th digicam. Does have ...  decent image quality, lots of features poorly placed tripod mount See my opinion on Amazon, but this is a great camera. It takes great pictures, and does so very quickly.
Florent 4:46am on Saturday, September 18th, 2010 
Excellent features let down by non-optional image correction This is indeed a fantastic camera with all the features that a layman or more serious pho...
Arnaud 6:49pm on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010 
I have had my P700 for about 6 months now and taken about 4000 photos with it. It isnt perfect but for what it cost me I (£200) think its a great buy. Easy to use, cheap and good quality camera. You cannot go wrong whit this one. RAW mode also works. Two hot pixels.
BernieB 11:48pm on Saturday, July 17th, 2010 
great things come in little packages i got this camera late last yeah, it was the first digital camera i have had.
ak 7:39pm on Sunday, May 23rd, 2010 
Should be a more popular camera! This is my second digital camera - my first was a Creative Labs 3MP that I bought for taking whiteboard pictures. Great digital camera I purchased this camera to replace my Casio EX-Z4 which broke. This camera takes great photos.
mod_critical 8:08pm on Saturday, May 15th, 2010 
great things come in little packages i got this camera late last yeah, it was the first digital camera i have had. Excellent features let down by non-optional image correction This is indeed a fantastic camera with all the features that a layman or more serious pho...
Jayson25 1:14am on Saturday, March 27th, 2010 
Should be a more popular camera! This is my second digital camera - my first was a Creative Labs 3MP that I bought for taking whiteboard pictures.

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Folders... 180

Memory Folders and Files To protect a single file To protect all files in memory To To To To copy a file to the FAVORITE folder display a file in the FAVORITE folder delete a file from the FAVORITE folder delete all files from the FAVORITE folder 185

Protecting Files... 181

Using World Time... 194
Using the FAVORITE Folder. 182
Changing the Display Language.. 197 Changing the USB Port Protocol.. 197 Formatting Built-in Memory.. 198


Configuring Sound Settings.. 186
To configure sound settings To set the volume level 186 187
Using a Memory Card... 201
To insert a memory card into the camera To remove a memory card from the camera To format a memory card Memory Card Precautions To copy all the files in built-in memory to a memory card To copy a specific file from a memory card to built-in memory 202 203
Specifying an Image for the Startup Screen. 187 Configuring Power Down Image Settings. 188 Specifying the File Name Serial Number Generation Method.. 190 Using the Alarm... 191
To set an alarm Stopping the Alarm 191 192

Copying Files... 204

204 205


Image Files Supported by the Camera Built-in Memory and Memory Card Precautions 214

230 231

DPOF.. 207
To configure print settings for a single image To configure print settings for all images To print a single image To print a group of images Printing Precautions
Using PictBridge or USB DIRECT-PRINT.. 210
Using the Album Feature... 232
Creating an album Selecting an Album Layout Configuring Detailed Album Settings Viewing Album Files Saving an Album To delete an album About the bundled CD-ROM (CASIO Digital Camera Software) Computer System Requirements 239 240
PRINT Image Matching III.. 215 Exif Print.. 215
Installing the Software from the CD-ROM.. 240
Using the Camera with a Windows Computer. 216
USB Connection Precautions USB Connection Precautions 222 226

240 242

Using the Camera with a Macintosh Computer. 222 Operations You Can Perform from Your Computer. 226 Using a Memory Card to Transfer Images to a Computer... 227 Memory Data.. 228
DCF Protocol Memory Folder Structure 228 228
Installing Software from the CD-ROM in Windows.. 243
Getting Started Selecting a Language Viewing the Contents of the Read me File Installing an Application Viewing User Documentation (PDF Files) User Registration Exiting the Menu Application 246
INTRODUCTION Installing Software from the CD-ROM on a Macintosh... 246
Installing Software Viewing User Documentation (PDF Files) 246 247
IMPORTANT! The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any damage or loss resulting from the use of this manual. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any loss or claims by third parties which may arise through the use of the EX-P700. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. shall not be held liable for any damages or losses suffered by you or any third party due to the use of Photo Loader and/or Photohands. CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any damage or loss caused by deletion of data as a result of malfunction, repairs, or battery replacement. Be sure to back up all important data on other media to protect against its loss. Note that the example screens and product illustrations shown in this Users Guide may differ somewhat by the screens and configuration of the actual camera. The SD logo is a registered trademark. Windows, Internet Explorer, and DirectX are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.

4 Manual Focus (MF) setting (page 85)
Use this item for adjust focus manually. The manual focus setting item is displayed in the exposure panel when manual focus is selected (indicated by on the monitor screen) using [ ].

MF setting

2 Focal distance (page 263) 3 White balance indicator (page 90) 4 Flash mode indicator (page 71) 5 Focus mode indicator (page 80) 6 ISO sensitivity (page 133) 7 Manual focus icon
This icon is displayed only when MF (Manual Focus) is selected as the focus mode. If you use [] and [] to move the cursor to and then press [] or [], the Ex Finder view will disappear and the manual focus position indicator (page 85) will appear. After a few moments, the Ex Finder view will reappear. 8 Color change icon Use [] and [] to move the cursor to and then press [] or [] to change the color of the Ex Finder view. 9 Aperture value (pages 93, 96) 0 Shutter speed (pages 94, 96) ISO sensitivity, aperture, and shutter speed values on the monitor screen will turn amber when you press the shutter button half way if the image is overexposed or under-exposed. A EV shift (exposure compensation value) (page 88) B Histogram (page 130)

PLAY mode

0 D 1 PLAY mode file type
Snapshot Movie Audio Snapshot Voice Recording
CB A 3 Folder number/File

number (page 180)

Example : When a file named CIMG0023.JPG is stored in a folder named 100CASIO 100-0023 Folder name File name

2 Image protection

indicator (page 181)
4 Image quality (page 78)
Fluorescent 1 Fluorescent 2 Tungsten Flash Manual
Changing the Contents of the Monitor Screen
Each press of [DISP] cycles the contents of the monitor screen as shown below.

6 Image size (page 77)

pixels (3:2) pixels pixels pixels pixels pixels Movie Playback: Elapsed play time

I REC modes

Indicators on (page 29) Ex Finder view on (page 32) Histogram on (page 29) Indicators off Monitor screen off

B Flash mode indicator

Flash On Flash Off Red-eye reduction
7 ISO sensitivity (page 133) C Recording mode 8 Aperture value

(pages 93, 96) (page 58)

9 Shutter speed value

(pages 94, 96)

Snapshot BESTSHOT Aperture Priority AE Shutter Speed Priority AE Manual Exposure
0 Date and time (page 192) A White balance indicator

Auto Daylight Cloudy

D Battery capacity

I PLAY mode

Indicators on (page 33) Histogram/Details on (page 33) Indicators off
E Histogram (page 130) F EV value (page 88)
GETTING READY IMPORTANT! The Ex Finder view cannot be displayed in the following modes: PLAY, Coupling Shot, Pre-shot, Movie. You cannot turn off the monitor screen in the following modes: PLAY, BESTSHOT, Movie (standby). Pressing [DISP] will not change monitor screen contents during movie recording, or during standby or recording of an audio snapshot. The only display options that appear when you press [DISP] in the Coupling Shot is Indicators on and Monitor screen off. Pressing [DISP] in the Voice Recording REC mode toggles the monitor screen on (indicators on) and off. While a Voice Recording file is displayed in the PLAY mode, pressing [DISP] toggles between indicators on and indicators off. When playing back the contents of a Voice Recording file while "indicators off" is selected (Voice Recording file icon only on the monitor screen), the monitor screen will go black about two seconds after you press [SET] to start playback. The Voice Recording file icon (indicators off) will reappear after playback is complete.

Indicator Lamps

You can find out the operational status of the camera at a glance by checking the color of the indicator lamps, and whether a lamp is lit or flashing. For details, see Indicator Lamp Reference on page 252.

Self-timer lamp

Green operation lamp

Red operation lamp

Attaching the Strap
Attach the strap to the strap ring as shown in the illustration.
IMPORTANT! To avoid dropping the camera while operating it, be sure to wear the strap around your wrist. Use the buckle to ensure that the strap is fastened snugly around your wrist. The supplied strap is intended for use with this camera only. Do not use it for any other purpose. Never swing the camera around by the strap.

Power Requirements

Your camera can operate on either battery power or AC power. Battery One NP-40 rechargeable lithium ion battery The battery is not charged when you purchase the camera. You need to charge the battery before using the camera for the first time. Household AC Power AC Adaptor: AD-C40 (Option)
I Loading the Battery into the Rapid Charger
Making sure that the positive and negative contacts are aligned correctly, load the battery into the rapid charger. Note that the battery will not charge properly if it is not positioned correctly in the rapid charger.

Using the Rapid Charger


[CHARGE] lamp

I To charge the battery
2. Plug the rapid charger into a household

power outlet.

This will cause the [CHARGE] lamp to turn red. Charging will take about two hours. Note that the shape of the rapid charger depends on the area where you purchased the camera.
1. Correctly positioning the positive and
negative terminals of the battery, load the battery into the rapid charger.

Rapid Charger

AC power cord

GETTING READY NOTE The power cord type rapid charger is designed for operation with any power supply in the range of 100V to 240V AC. Note, however, that the shape of the AC power cord plug varies according to country or geographic area. If you plan to use the rapid charger in a geographic area where the power receptacle shape is different from that in your area, replace the AC power cord with one of the other ones that come with the camera, or purchase a commercially available AC power cord that is compatible with the power outlets in that area.

GETTING READY G PRECAUTIONS DURING USE Charge the battery in a location where the temperature is in the range of 5C to 35C (41F to 95F). Charging outside this temperature range can cause charging to take longer than normal or even cause charging to fail. Very limited operation following a full charge indicates that the battery has reached the end of its service life. Replace the battery with a new one. Never wipe the battery with thinner, benzene, alcohol, or other volatile agents or chemically treated rags. Doing so can cause deformation of the battery and lead to malfunction. Always make sure that the rapid charger is on a level surface when using it for charging. G BATTERY STORAGE PRECAUTIONS Make sure you remove the battery from the camera when you do not plan to use it for a long time. A battery left in the camera discharges very small amounts of power even when power is turned off, which can lead to a dead battery or the need for longer charging before the next use. Store the battery in a cool, dry place (20C (68 F) or lower). G USING THE BATTERY When transporting a battery, keep it either loaded in the camera or stored in its case.
I Rapid Charger Precautions
Never plug the rapid charger into an outlet whose voltage rating is different from that marked on the rapid charger. Doing so creates the risk of fire, malfunction, and electric shock. Never plug in or unplug the rapid charger while your hands are wet. Doing so creates the risk of electric shock. Do not plug the rapid charger into an outlet or extension cord that is shared by other devices. Doing so creates the risk of fire, malfunction, and electric shock. The rapid charger becomes slightly warm during charging. This is normal and does not indicate malfunction. Unplug the rapid charger from the power outlet whenever you are not using it.

Using AC Power

You need to purchase the optionally available AC adaptor (AD-C40) in order to be able to power the camera using AC power.
1. Connect the AC power cord to the AC


2. Open the cameras terminal panel cover and
connect the AC adaptor to the port marked [DC IN].
3. Plug the AC power cord into an electrical


I Using AC Adaptor In Another Geographic Area
The AC adaptor can be used with any power source rated from 100V to 240V AC. If you plan to use the AC adaptor in another country, it is up to you to purchase the applicable AC power cord that matches the configuration of power receptacles in that country.
[DC IN] Terminal panel cover AC adaptor

I AC Adaptor Precautions

Be sure to turn off power before connecting or disconnecting the AC adaptor. Always turn camera power off before disconnecting the AC adaptor, even if the camera has a battery installed. If you dont, the camera will turn off automatically when you disconnect the AC adaptor. You also run the risk of damaging the camera whenever you disconnect the AC adaptor without first turning power off. The AC adaptor may become warm to touch after extended periods of use. This is normal and is not cause for alarm. After using the camera, turn it off and unplug the AC adaptor from the AC outlet. The camera automatically switches over to AC adaptor powered operation whenever the AC adaptor is plugged into the camera. Always use the AC adaptor to power the camera whenever it is connected to a computer. Never place a blanket or any other cover on the AC adaptor. Doing so creates the risk of fire.

Perform the following steps to select the flash mode you want to use. The approximate effective range of the flash is shown below. Wide Angle : Approximately 0.4 meters to 3.6 meters (1.3 to 11.8) (ISO Sensitivity: Auto) Telephoto : Approximately 0.4 meters to 2.5 meters (1.3 to 8.2) (ISO Sensitivity: Auto)
To do this: Have the flash fire automatically when required (Auto Flash) Turn off the flash (Flash Off) Always fire the flash (Flash On) Fire a pre-flash followed by image recording with flash, reducing the chance of red-eye in the image (Redeye reduction) In this case, the flash fires automatically when required
Select this setting: None
1. In a REC mode, press [MENU]. 2. Press [
] to select the flash mode.

3. Record the image.

IMPORTANT! Image recording may not be performed if you press the shutter button while the flash is charging (which is indicated by a flashing red operation lamp). Using the flash while Auto is selected for the ISO Sensitivity setting increases sensitivity, which can cause large amounts of digital noise to appear in the image. You can reduce digital noise by using a lower ISO Sensitivity setting. Note, however, that this also has the effect of shortening the flash range (the range that is covered by the light from the flash) (page 133).
Each press of [ ] cycles through the flash mode settings described below on the monitor screen.

Flash mode indicator

I About Red-eye Reduction
Using the flash to record at night or in a dimly lit room can cause red spots inside the eyes of people who are in the image. This happens because the light from the flash reflects off of the retina of the eye. When red-eye reduction is selected as the flash mode, the camera performs two pre-flash operations, one designed to cause the irises in the eyes of any people in the image to close, and one for the Auto Focus operation. This is followed by another flash operation for actual recording of the image. IMPORTANT! Note the following important points when using redeye reduction. Red-eye reduction does not work unless the people in the image are looking directly at the camera during the pre-flash. Before pressing the shutter button, call out to the subjects so they all look at the camera while the pre-flash operation is performed. Red-eye reduction may not work very well if the subjects are located far away from the camera.

NOTE After you adjust white balance manually, the setting remains in effect until you change it or until you turn off the camera.

White paper

This starts the white balance adjustment procedure. The message Complete appears on the monitor screen after white balance adjustment is complete.

5. Press [SET].

This registers the white balance settings and returns to the currently selected recording mode.
Specifying the Exposure Mode
You can use the mode dial to select the exposure mode, which controls the aperture and shutter speed settings used during image recording. A mode : Aperture Priority AE S mode : Shutter Speed Priority AE M mode : Manual Exposure

1. Align the mode dial

with A (Aperture Priority).
Using Aperture Priority AE
When A mode (aperture priority AE) is selected as the exposure mode, the camera adjusts the shutter speed automatically in accordance with a fixed aperture value specified by you. A wider aperture (a lower aperture value) provides a shallow depth of field, while a small aperture (a higher aperture value) provides a greater depth of field.
Wide Aperture Small Aperture
2. Use [] and [] to select the aperture value in
the exposure panel, and then use [] and [] to change the setting.
Aperture value* Depth of Field Wide Shallow Small Deep F2.8, 3.2, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0, 5.6, 6.3, 7.1, 8.0
* The above values are full wide angle optical zoom. Aperture values are different at other optical zoom settings. You could also use [] and [] to select EV Shift here, and then use [] and [] to specify an exposure compensation value (page 88). If you are using manual focus (page 85), you can also use [] and [] to select FOCUS (manual focus adjustment), and then use [] and [] to focus manually.
3. Press the shutter button half way.
This causes the camera to configure shutter speed automatically in accordance with the aperture value you selected. Then it focuses the image. The shutter speed and aperture values on the monitor screen will turn amber when you press the shutter button half way if the image is over-exposed or under-exposed.
Using Shutter Speed Priority AE
When S mode (shutter speed priority AE) is selected as the exposure mode, the camera adjusts the aperture automatically in accordance with a fixed shutter speed specified by you. You should specify a shutter speed in accordance with how much your subject is moving.

Signal emitter Shutter button Zoom button SET button Control buttons DISP button MENU button

Loading the Battery

You need to load a lithium battery (CR2025) into the card remote controller before you can use it to control the camera.
2. Wipe the surfaces of the battery with a soft,
dry cloth, and then place it onto the battery holder so its positive , side is facing upwards (so you can see it).
1. While pressing point A in the direction
indicated by the arrow, pull the battery holder from the remote controller.
3. Slide the battery holder back into the remote


IMPORTANT! Take care to ensure that the battery is not accidentally swallowed when it is removed from the remote controller. Particular care is required where young children are present. Keep this button battery out of the reach of small children. If swallowed accidentally, contact your physician immediately.
Before Using the Card Remote Controller for Recording
Be sure to perform the following steps before using the card remote controller for recording.
[ ] to select the card remote controller mode you want to use.
Enabling the card remote controller for recording causes either or 2s to appear on the monitor screen.
Remote controller operation enabled
: Pressing the remote controllers shutter button immediately releases the shutter. : Pressing the remote controllers shutter button releases the shutter about two seconds later (same as the 2-second self-timer).
OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS IMPORTANT! The 2s setting is useful when you want to be part of the image you are recording. The delay gives you time to look at the camera after operating the remote controller. The remote controller can be used in the PLAY mode and the Voice Recording mode, regardless of the Triple Self-timer setting.
Using the Card Remote Controller
Point the signal emitter on the remote controller at the cameras signal receiver (front or side), and perform the operation you want. Card remote controller button operations are identical to those of the corresponding camera buttons. The range of the card remote controller is normally about five meters on a straight line between the signal emitter and front camera signal receiver, and about one meter from an angle to the right of the front of the camera.
Remote control signal receivers Signal emitter
OTHER RECORDING FUNCTIONS IMPORTANT! Any one of the following conditions can reduce the range for remote controller operations. When the card remote controller signal emitter is at an angle to the cameras signal receiver When the camera is exposed to bright light When the card remote controller battery is low Unlike the cameras shutter button, you cannot press the remote controller shutter button half way. Pressing the remote controller shutter button causes the camera to perform an auto focus operation and then record the image. Contrast type Auto Focus, which allows Auto Focusing capabilities even if the phase differential sensor is blocked When performing a high-speed continuous shutter mode operation with the card remote controller, keep the shutter button of the card remote controller depressed until all of the images (up to five) are recorded. If you want to stop recording part way through, release the shutter button. A continuous shutter or auto bracketing record operation may be interrupted part way through if remote control signal reception is interfered with or if the card remote controller battery goes low. When using the card remote controller for BULB recording (pages 95, 96), press the card remote controller shutter button once to start exposure, and a second time to stop exposure. This is different from the operation using the cameras shutter button, which you must keep depressed as long as you want exposure to be performed. Note that card remote controller shutter button operations are different from camera shutter button operations. Installing a conversion lens on the camera can cause the signal receiver on the front of the camera to become blocked. Point the card remote controller at the signal receiver on the side of the camera in this case (page 153).

[] (back) to scroll through the files in the FAVORITE folder.
File Name FAVORITE folder icon
5. After you are finished viewing files, press

[MENU] twice to exit.

To delete a file from the FAVORITE folder
To delete all files from the FAVORITE folder

4. Press [EX

5. Use [] and [] to select the file you want to
delete from the FAVORITE folder.
5. Use [] and [] to select All Files Delete,
IMPORTANT! You cannot use the standard delete operations on page 178 to delete images from the FAVORITE folder. Performing the memory format operation (page 198), however, does delete FAVORITE folder files.
6. Use [] and [] to select Delete, and then
7. After deleting all of the files you want, use []
4. Use [] and [] to change the setting, and
To do this: Select a built-in sound Turn off the sound Select this setting: Sound 1 through Sound 5 Off
Configuring Sound Settings
You can configure different sounds to play whenever you turn on the camera, press the shutter button half-way or all the way, or perform a key operation.
To configure sound settings
NOTE The default sound setting for all operations is Sound 1.
2. Select the Set Up tab, select Sounds, and
select the sound whose setting you want to configure, and then press [].

To set the volume level

Specifying an Image for the Startup Screen
You can specify an image you recorded as the startup screen image, which causes it to appear on the monitor screen for about two seconds whenever you turn on the camera in a REC mode.
3. Use [] and [] to select Volume. 4. Use [] and [] to specify the volume setting
You can set the volume in the range of 0 (no sound) to 7 (loudest). NOTE The initial default volume setting is 3.
2. Select the Set Up tab, select Startup, and
3. Use [] and [] to display the image you want
to use as the startup image.
To do this: Use the currently displayed image as the startup screen image Disable the startup screen Select this setting: On Off
OTHER SETTINGS IMPORTANT! You can select any one of the following types of image as the startup image. The cameras built-in startup image A snapshot you recorded with the camera An audio snapshot you recorded with the camera (Audio not played back at startup.) A movie whose file size is less than the amount of unused built-in memory still available The snapshot image or movie that you select as the startup image is stored in the cameras built-in memory. Only one image can be stored in startup image memory at one time. Selecting a new startup image overwrites anything that is already stored in startup image memory. Because of this, if you want to return to a previous startup image, you need to have a separate copy of that image in the cameras standard image memory. The startup image is deleted if you format built-in memory (page 198). If you store an audio snapshot to startup image memory, the images audio is not played when the image is displayed at startup.

18. Depending on the version of Windows you are
running, use one of the following procedures to terminate the USB connection.
I Windows Me/98/XP Users Press the cameras power button. After making sure that the cameras green operation lamp is not lit, disconnect the camera from the computer. I Windows 2000 Users Click card services in the task tray on your computer screen, and disable the drive number assigned to the camera. Next, disconnect the USB cable from the camera, and then turn off the camera.
USB Connection Precautions
Do not leave the same image displayed on your computer screen for a long time. Doing so can cause the image to burn in on the screen. Never disconnect the USB cable, or perform any camera operation while data communication is in progress. Doing so can cause data to become corrupted.
Using the Camera with a Macintosh Computer
The following are the general steps for viewing and copying files from a Macintosh. You can find details about each operation in the procedures that follow below. Note that you should also refer to the documentation that comes with your Macintosh for other information about USB connections, etc. IMPORTANT! This camera does not support operation on a computer running Mac OS 8.6 or lower, or Mac OS X 10.0. If you have a Macintosh running Mac OS 9 or OS X (10.1, 10.2, or 10.3), use the standard USB driver that comes with your OS. 1. Use the USB cable to establish a connection between the camera and your Macintosh. 2. View and copy the images you want.
VIEWING IMAGES ON A COMPUTER IMPORTANT! Low battery power can cause the camera to power down suddenly during data communication. Use the optional AC adaptor is recommended to power the camera during data communication with a computer. If you want to transfer files from the cameras built-in memory to a computer, make sure there is no memory card loaded in the camera before you connect the USB cable.
1. Connect the optional AC adaptor to the [DC IN]
2. Turn on the camera, and then press [MENU].
5. Turn off the camera, and connect the USB
3. Select the Set Up tab, select USB, and
4. Use [] and [] to select Mass Storage (USB

Sample layout

3. Use [] and [] to select Create, and then
This starts creation of the album, and causes the message Busy. Please wait. to appear on the monitor screen. The PLAY mode screen reappears after creation of the album is complete. Creating an album causes a file folder named ALBUM, which contains a file named INDEX.HTM plus other files to be created in camera memory or on the memory card.
Selecting an Album Layout
You can select from among 10 different display layouts for an album.
Configuring Detailed Album Settings
1. In the PLAY mode, press [MENU]. 2. Select the PLAY tab, select Create
Album, and then press [].
3. Use [] and [] to select Set Up, and then
3. Use [] and [] to select Layout. 4. Use [] and [] to select the layout you want.
When you select a layout, the corresponding layout sample appears on the right side of the screen. IMPORTANT! The sample layout shows the arrangement of items and the background color only. It does not reflect any of the detailed album settings you configure in the following section.
select the item whose setting you want to change, and then press [].
Details about each of the settings are provided in the following sections.
5. Use [] and [] to change the setting, and

I Background Color

You can specify white, black, or gray as the color of the album background using the procedure under Configuring Detailed Album Settings.

I Image Use

This setting lets you select from among three different image uses, as described below. Select the image use that best suits the way you plan to use the image.
For this purpose: Smaller images for album browsing, Website thumbnails, or archiving on a CD-R or other media, with the full-size image displayed when a thumbnail is clicked This setting can be used for browsing with the thumbnails. Clicking a thumbnail displays a larger version for viewing or printing. Small image files only for album browsing, or uploading to a Website, etc. This option displays only the small-file images (located in the cameras ALBUM folder). Smaller files upload to the Internet faster. You cannot enlarge images by clicking a thumbnail or play movies while this image is selected. Printing (high resolution) High-resolution images take longer to display on your computer screen. You cannot enlarge images by clicking a thumbnail or play movies while this image is selected. Select this setting:

I Album Type

There are two album types: Normal and Index/Info. : This type of album displays images in accordance with the currently selected layout. Index/Info Type : In addition to the normal album screen, this type of album also includes thumbnails of images and detailed information about each image. Normal Type
I Auto Album Creation On/Off
This setting controls whether an album is created automatically whenever you turn off the camera.
To do this: Turn on auto album creation Turn off auto album creation Select this option: On Off
NOTE Depending on the number of images in memory, it can take quite a bit of time to complete auto album creation when you turn off the camera. If you do not plan to use the album feature, we suggest that you keep auto album creation turned off, which shortens the amount of time the camera takes to power down completely.
When auto album creation is turned on, an album is created automatically in built-in memory or on the memory card whenever you turn off the camera. IMPORTANT! When you turn off the camera while auto album creation is turned on, the monitor screen turns off, but the green operation lamp continues to flash for a few seconds to indicate that the album creation process is being performed. Never open the battery cover or remove the memory card while the green operation lamp is flashing.

Viewing Album Files

You can view and print album files using your computers Web browser application.
4. If you created the album after selecting
Index/Info as the album type under Configuring Detailed Album Settings on page 234, you can click one of the following display options.
Album : Displays an album created by the camera. Index : Displays a list of images stored in a folder. Info : Displays information about each image.
1. Use your computer to access the data in builtin memory or on the memory card, or access a memory card with your computer (pages 216, 227).
2. Open the built-in memory ALBUM folder or
the memory card ALBUM folder, which is located inside the folder named DCIM.
If View is selected for Use (page 235), you can double-click an image on your computer screen to display the full-size version.

3. Use your computers

Web browser to open the file named INDEX.HTM.
This displays a list of folders in built-in memory or on the memory card.

Index/Info Album Type

File Name
USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER The following describes the information that appears on the Info Screen.

USING THE CAMERA WITH A COMPUTER Photo Loader (for Windows/Macintosh) This application automatically transfers image, audio snapshot, and voice recording WAV files from the camera to your computer. Photo Loader automatically stores transferred files in folders named using the current date (year, month, day) and generates HTML files that make it possible to view images using a web browser. Photo Loader (Windows version only) also includes a feature that simplifies the task of attaching images to e-mail. See the user documentation file (PDF) on the bundled CASIO Digital Camera Software CD-ROM for details about using Photo Loader. Photohands (for Windows) Photohands includes retouching tools for adjusting image color, contrast, and brightness, for resizing images, and for changing image orientation. You can also use Photohands for printing images and for adding a date stamp to printed images. See the user documentation file (PDF) on the bundled CASIO Digital Camera Software CD-ROM for details about using Photohands. DirectX (for Windows) This software provides an extended tool set including a codec that allows Windows 98 and 2000 to handle movie files recorded using a digital camera. You do not need to install DirectX if you are running Windows XP or Me. Adobe Reader (for Windows) This is an application that lets you read PDF files. Use it to read the user documentation for the camera, Photo Loader, and Photohands, all of which is included on the bundled CD-ROM. See the user documentation files (PDF) on the bundled CD-ROM for details about using Photo Loader and Photohands. See Viewing User Documentation (PDF files) on page 245 (Windows) and page 247 (Macintosh) of this manual for more information.
Computer System Requirements
Computer system requirements depend on each of the applications, as described below.


Photo Loader OS 9 At least 32MB At least 3MB Memory HD


USB Driver* OS Memory HD
Photo Loader XP/2000/Me/98 At least 16MB At least 7MB
Photohands XP/2000/Me/98 At least 64MB At least 10MB

XP*2/2000/Me/ 98

USB connection is supported on a Macintosh running OS 9, 10.1, 10.2, or 10.3. Operation is supported using the standard USB driver that comes with the operating system, so all you need to do is connect the camera to your Macintosh using the USB cable.
*1 In the case of Windows 2000, you need to install a data file that enables use of the operating systems standard USB driver. You do not need to install a special USB driver. Proper operation is not guaranteed on a computer that has been upgraded from Windows 95 or 3.1 to Windows Me or 98, or from Windows 95 or NT to Windows 2000. 2 * With Windows XP, use the USB driver that comes with the operating system. You do not need to install the USB driver that comes with the camera.

Sounds Startup File No. World Time Startup / Half Shutter /Shutter / Operation / Volume On (Selectable image) / Off Continue / Reset Home / World Home Time setup (city, DST, etc.) World Time setup (city, DST, etc.) YY/MM/DD / DD/MM/YY / MM/DD/YY Time setting / English / Franais / Deutsch / Espaol / Italiano / Portugus / / Sleep Auto Power Off USB Video Out Format Reset 30 sec / 1 min / 2 min / Off 2 min / 5 min Mass Storage (USB DIRECT- PRINT) / PTP (PictBridge) NTSC / PAL Format / Cancel Reset / Cancel /

Indicator Lamp Reference

The camera has three indicator lamps: a green operation lamp, a red operation lamp, and a self-timer lamp. These lamps light and flash to indicate the current operational status of the camera.
Green operation lamp Self-timer lamp
Operation Lamp Green Lit Pattern 3 Lit Lit Pattern 3 Lit Red Self-timer Lamp Red Operational (Power on, recording enabled) Flash is charging. Flash charging is complete. Auto Focus operation was successful. Cannot Auto Focus. Monitor screen is off. Storing image Storing movie data / processing image data Self-timer countdown (10 to 3 seconds) Self-timer countdown (3 to 0 seconds) Cannot charge flash. Memory card problem / Memory card is unformatted. / BESTSHOT setup cannot be registered. Memory card is locked. / Cannot Lit create folder. / Memory is full. / Write error Meaning

Pattern 2

Pattern 1
* There are three lamp flash patterns. Pattern 1 flashes once per second, Pattern 2 flashes twice per second, and Pattern 3 flashes four times per second. The table below explains what each flash pattern indicates.
Pattern 1 Pattern 2 Pattern 1 Pattern 2
Self-timer Lamp Red Low battery alert Formatting card Powering down
Operation Lamp Green Pattern 3 Pattern 3 Red Pattern 3
Meaning Operation Lamp Green Lit Red Self-timer Lamp Red Operational (Power on, recording enabled) One of the following operations is being performed: delete, DPOF, image protect, copy, album creation, format, power down Memory card problem / Memory card is unformatted. Memory card is locked. / Cannot create folder. / Memory is full. Low battery alert Meaning
IMPORTANT! When you are using a memory card, never remove the card from the camera while the green operation lamp is flashing. Doing so will cause recorded images to be lost.

Pattern 3

Pattern 2 Lit Pattern 3
The rapid charger has a [CHARGE] lamp that lights or flashes in accordance with the rapid charger operation that is being performed.
[CHARGE] lamp [CHARGE] lamp
[CHARGE] Lamp Color Red Green Red Amber Status Lit

Meaning Charging

Lit Charging complete Flashing Rapid charger or battery abnormality Lit Charge standby state (Ambient temperature is too high or too low.)

Troubleshooting Guide

Symptom Power does not turn on. Possible Cause 1) The battery is not oriented correctly. 2) The battery is dead. Action 1) Orient the battery correctly (page 41). 2) Charge the battery (page 37). If the battery goes dead soon after being charged, it means the battery has reached the end of its life and needs to be replaced. Purchase a separately available NP-40 rechargeable lithium ion battery. 1) Turn power back on. 2) Charge the battery (page 37). 1) Use the mode dial to select the currently selected recording mode (page 58). 2) Wait until the flash unit finishes charging. 3) Transfer files you want to keep to your computer and then delete files from image memory, or use a different memory card.


Adaptor : Casio LU 60A Egg Adapter Ring : 58 to 49 mm & 49 to 46mm Sensor : 7.2 Megapixels
Elements in bold correlate with the controls on your camera. Please see the HP Digital Still Camera manual for the specific location of controls.

Casio EX P700

1. Press / / MF RESIZE to cycle through the focus mode settings until the MF indicator appears flashing on the display. This indicates the Manual Focus Mode. While the MF indicator is flashing, use [+] and [] to focus the image. If you do not perform any focus operation for about three seconds, the MF indicator stops flashing. You can press / / MF RESIZE while the MF indicator is on the monitor screen to change to another focus mode, if you want. 3. Press the shutter release button to stop the MF indicator flashing and fix the image focus at its current level. After MF stops flashing, you can use [+] and [] to adjust exposure compensation (EV). If MF stops flashing before you have chance to focus, press / / MF RESIZE to make it flash again. If MF stops flashing before you have a chance to focus, press it flash again 4. Press the shutter release button to record the image. The focus frames does not appear when you press the shutter release button half way down while in the Manual Focus Mode. 5. Use the Zoom button to just fill the LCD screen with the EGG image. The image may not be centered this is normal. 6. Press and hold down the shutter button until the Self-Timer begins counting down.
You may need to adjust White Balance, or other settings dependent upon the requirements of the situation. Some settings will remain selected when the camera is shutoff, others will need to be reset each time the camera is turned on. All other settings are factory default.

/ MF RESIZE to make

Compatibility : Compatible *



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