General Electric E1255W
12.2 megapixel - Standard SD - SDHC - 5 x optical zoom - ISO 1600 - Built-in Flash - 5.1 ounce
Broaden your view with the GE E1255W that delivers a big 3.0-inch intelligent LCD screen and a 28mm wide angle lens for more capturing and viewing dimension. Its powerful 12-megapixel resolution sensor offers superb image details. With the pan-capture panorama feature, seamless wide-view photos can be captured without the need for stitching. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your General Electric E1255W photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|perigee||10:43pm on Saturday, July 24th, 2010|
|Take a second look I had been researching and comparing digital cameras for several months. This camera had the 12 mp, a 5X optical zoom.|
|julien.evrard||6:11am on Monday, June 7th, 2010|
|Great camera...for 2 weeks! Will see if warentee is any good. Just sent it back for repairs, froze up while using the telephoto. Good camera i bought this camera 1 month ago, and is very good. I paid 95$ and in spain i saw this camera and the price is 250$.|
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Digital Still Camera
GETTING READY BASIC OPERATION USING THE MODES PLAYBACK USING THE MENUS CONNECTIONS
A SeriesA950 / A1050 / A1250 / WM1050 / A1035 / A1235 E Series E1255W EN
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
For customers in the U.S.A. Tested To Comply With FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE FCC Statement
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This symbol [crossed-out wheeled bin WEEE Annex IV] indicates separate collection of waste electrical and electronic equipment in the EU countries. Please do not throw the equipment into the domestic refuse. Please use the return and collection systems available in your country for the disposal of this product.
Declaration of Conformity
Model Name : A950/A1050/A1250/A1035/A1235/ WM1050/E1255W Trade Name : GE Responsible Party : General Imaging Co. Address : 2158 W.190th Street, Torrance, CA 90504, USA Telephone Number : 1-800-730-6597 Conforms to the following Standards: EMC : EN 55022:1998/A1:2000/A2:2003 Class B EN 55024:1998/A1:2001/A2:2003 EN 61000-3-2:2000/A1:2001 EN 61000-3-3:1995/A1:2001
For customers in Europe
"CE" mark indicates that this product complies with the European requirements for safety, health, environment and customer protection. "CE" mark cameras are intended for sales in Europe.
following the provision of the EMC Directive (89/336/ EEC,2004/108/EEC)
Do not store or use the camera in the following types of locations: In the rain, very humid and dusty places. In a place where the camera can be exposed directly to the sunlight or subject to high temperature, e.g. Inside a closed car in summer. In a place where the camera is subject to a high magnetic field, e.g. near motors, transformers or magnets. Do not place the camera on a wet surface or places where dripping water or sand may come in contact with the camera, which may cause irrepairable faults. If the camera will not be used for a long period of time, we suggest you remove the battery and the memory card. If you carry the camera suddenly from a cold location to a warm place, moisture may condense inside the camera. We suggest you wait for a while before turing on the camera. No compensation for loss of recordings. Loss of recordings cannot be compensated for if a malfunction of your camera or recording media, etc, makes the playback of recordings not possible.
Incorrect use of the batteries may cause them to leak, become hot, ignite or burst. Always observe the precautions given below. Do not expose the batteries to water, and take particular care to keep the terminals dry. Do not heat the batteries or throw them into a fire. Do not attempt to deform, disassemble or modify the batteries. Use GE charger in the package to charge the lithium battery only (for G and E series). Keep the batteries out of reach of babies and small children. In cold locations, battery performance deteriorates and the time for which they can be used shortens markedly.
Memory card notes:
When using a new memory card, or a memory card has been initialized by a PC, be sure to format the card with your digital camera before using it. To edit image data, copy the image data to the PC's hard disk and then format memory card if upgrade the firmware. Do not change or delete the directory names, or file names in the memory card from your PC, as this may make it impossible to use the card in your camera.
BEFORE YOU START
Thank you for purchasing GE digital cameras. Please read this manual carefully and keep it in a safe place for future reference.
Please read the following important information carefully before using the product. Do not take apart or attempt to service the camera yourself. Do not drop or knock the camera. Improper handling may damage the product. Turn off the camera before inserting or removing the battery and memory card. Use only the type of battery and charger that came with your camera. Using other types of batteries or chargers may damage the camera and invalidate the warranty. When using Li-ion batteries in this product, ensure that they are inserted correctly. Inserting the batteries upside down can cause damage to the camera and possibly start a fire. Do not touch the camera lens.
Copyright 2009 General Imaging Company All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language, in any form, by any means, without the prior written permission of General Imaging Company.
Camera views : E Series
Flash Mic AF assist beam / Timer indicator Lens LCD screen Status LED Mode dial Face detection AF button Menu button
13 Self-timer / Down button 14 Flash mode / Left button 15 Func / ok button 16 Shutter button 17 Zoom scroll wheel 18 Power button 19 Memory card / Battery compartment 20 Speaker 21 Tripod mount point 22 USB / AV port 23 Wrist strap mount
10 Erase button 11 Exposure compensation / Up button 12 Macro mode / Right button
Charging the battery (except A Series)
1. Place the battery into the charger as shown. 2. Plug one end of the connecting cable into the charger base. 3. Plug the other end of the connecting cable into a wall outlet. Throughout the rest of the manual, the following illustrations show the A1050 model as an example. The A950, A1250, A1035, A1235, WM1050, E1255W models operate similarly.)
Leave the battery to charge until the charger light goes green. (To maximize battery life, the first charge should be at least 4 hours)
Inserting the battery
1. Open the battery compartment. 2. Insert the battery while observing the correct polarity. Use the side of battery to press down the stopper as shown, allowing the battery to be inserted properly.
3. Close the battery compartment.
Inserting the battery (E Series)
1. Open the battery compartment.
2. Insert the battery while observing the correct polarity. Use the side of battery to press down the stopper as shown, allowing the battery to be inserted properly.
Battery capacity decreases with usage.
Inserting an optional SD/SDHC card
1. Open the battery compartment. 2. Insert an optional SD/SDHC card into the memory card slot as shown.
Optional SD/SDHC cards are not included. The use of 64MB to 8GB memory cards from recognized manufacturers such as SanDisk, Panasonic and Toshiba is recommended for reliable data storage.
Turning on and off
Press the Power button to turn the camera on. To turn off the camera, press the Power button again.
When turned on, the camera will enter the mode according to the mode dial setting. You can also turn the mode dial to change the modes after the camera is turned on. To remove the SD/SDHC card, open the battery compartment and gently push the card to release it. Pull the card carefully.
Using the Mode Dial
The GE camera provides a convenient mode dial that allows you to switch between different modes with ease. All the available modes are listed as follows. Mode Name Auto Playback Movie Image Stabilization Scene Auto Scene Panorama Manual Icon Description Switch to take still pictures. (The camera uses the default programmed automatic settings.) Switch to view the pictures/videos stored in the memory card and internal memory. Switch to record videos. Switch to use Image Stabilization when taking still pictures. Switch to use a preset scene mode for taking still pictures. There are 12 scenes in total. In the "ASCN" mode, different conditions are detected intelligently and the most suitable settings will be automatically selected. Switch to capture a sequence of shots and stitch them together into a panoramic photo. Switch to take still pictures in manual mode, where many camera settings can be configured. (Recommended for advanced users only)
Setting date/time and language
To set the language, date, and time, the following settings need to be configured in the Setup menu. Date / Time Display language To access the Setup menu, do the following: 1. Press Power to turn the camera on. button and use Up/Down/Left/Right 2. Press the to select the Setup menu.
Setting the Date and Time
1. Use the Up/Down to select Date/Time. Then press the Right to enter the setting.
2. Press the Left/Right to highlight each field and use the Up/Down to adjust the value. 3. Press the button to confirm the setting.
Setting the Language
1. Use the Up/Down to select Language. Then press the Right to enter the setting.
2. Use the navigation buttons to select the desired language. 3. Press the button to confirm the setting.
The Set date/time and language screen will automatically appear when the camera is turned on the first time.
About the LCD screen
When you turn the camera on, various icons are shown on the LCD screen to indicate the current camera settings and status. To learn more about the displayed icons, see LCD Screen display on page 32.
If the LCD monitor is damaged, take particular care with the liquid crystal in the monitor. If any of the following situations arise, take the urgent action indicated. If liquid crystal comes in contact with your skin, wipe the area with a cloth and then wash thoroughly with soap and running water. If liquid crystal gets into your eye, flush the affected eye with clean water for at least 15 minutes and then seek medical assistance. If liquid crystal is swallowed, flush your mouth thoroughly with water. Drink large quantities of water and induce vomiting. Then seek medical assistance.
In Macro mode, you can capture tiny details of the subject at a very close range. Press the Right/Macro to take close-up shots. Macro Select this to focus on subjects 5cm from the lens.
The exposure compensation allows you to adjust the background brightness to produce the best result of photos. To change the exposure values, do the following: 1. When taking a picture, press the Up/Exposure button to activate the set exposure screen.
2. Use the Left/Right to adjust the exposure value for the picture. The range is from EV -2.0 to EV+2.0 (steps of 0.3).
Advanced function menu (quick menu setup)
WB (White Balance)
The white balance allows the user to adjust the color temperature under different light source to ensure faithful color reproduction. (The WB setting is only available when the camera is in the Manual mode). To set the white balance, do the following: 1. Press the button to enter the Function menu. Make sure the WB function is selected. 2. Use Up/Down navigation buttons to select the setting you want. The following options are available: Auto Daylight Cloudy Fluorescent Fluorescent CWF Incandescent Manual WB adjustment (press the menu button to set)
3. Use the Left/Right buttons to select other options, or press the button once to confirm your selection and exit the current menu.
The ISO function allows you to set the camera sensor sensitivity to light. To improve the performance in darker environments, a higher ISO value is required. On the other hand, a lower ISO value is needed when in bright conditions. (The ISO setting is only available when the camera is in the Manual mode). To set the ISO value, do the following: 1. Press the button to enter the Function menu. 2. Use the Left/Right navigation buttons to highlight the ISO function. Higher ISO pictures will naturally have more noise than lower ISO pictures. 3. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select the desired ISO value from Auto, 64, 80,100, 200, 400, 800, or 1600. 4. Press the button to confirm your setting. 5. Use the Left/Right buttons to select other options, or press the button once to confirm your selection and exit the current menu.
The quality setting adjusts the compression ratio of the images. Higher quality settings give better photos, but will take up more memory space. To set the image quality, do the following: 1. Press the button to enter the Function menu. 2. Use the Left/Right navigation buttons to highlight the Quality function.
: Best quality (Standard compression) : Fine quality (High compression) : Normal quality (Maximum compression) button to confirm your setting.
4. Press the
5. The number of available shots remaining is displayed on the LCD. 6. Use the Left/Right buttons to select other options, or press the button once to confirm your selection and exit the current menu.
The Blink Detection feature is on by default, and after taking each photo, a warning message will pop up if a blink had been detected in the photo. 1. In photography modes, press the button enter the Photo menu. to
2. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select "Blink detection" setting. 3. Use the Right navigation buttons to enter the submenu, and select "On" option. 4. Press the button the menu. to confirm the setting and exit
5. The "Blink detection" indicator appears on the LCD. 6. Press the shutter button fully to capture the image, if someone's eyes blink, the camera will automatically show blink detection warning message.
For optimal results, the subject should be framed to occupy most of the screen space.
Viewing photos and videos
To view the captured photos and video clips on the LCD screen: 1. Turn your camera to Playback mode. The last recorded photo or video clip is displayed. 2. Use the Left/Right navigation buttons to scroll through the photos or video clips stored in the internal memory or memory card. 3. To play a selected video clip, press the to enter the movie playback mode. button 6 7
4. Use the Left/Right navigation buttons to select a program button and press the button to confirm the selection. The function of each button is described in the following.
Exit Play Slow motion First frame
Previous frame Next frame Edit Movie
During the video playback, an operation guide appears on the screen. You can use the navigation pad to perform the functions accordingly.
Volume will be muted when using the slow motion playback. During the video playback, you can use the Up/Down navigation buttons to adjust the volume of playback. During the slow motion playback, you can use the Left/Right navigation buttons to adjust the speed of playback.
Press the Edit program button to enter the following screen and use the buttons on the left side to edit the playback. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select a button.
3. To save the file, select the the button.
button and press
4. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select an option.
1. Select the button and use the Left/Right navigation buttons to specify the new beginning of the playback. 2. Select the button and use the Left/Right navigation buttons to specify the new end of the playback.
New file: Save as a new file. Back: Do not save the file and return to the Edit screen. 5. Press the button to confirm your setting.
Refer to the following sections for more detailed information on each setting.
To configure the settings: 1. In the Still menu, press the Up/Down button to switch between the page numbers of the function menu, and press the Right button to enter the function menu option. 2. Switch between various functions with the Up/
AF mode (Auto-Focus mode)
Use this setting to control the auto-focus mechanism while taking pictures. Two options are available: Single-AF: The focus frame appears on the center of the LCD screen to focus on the subject. Multi-AF: The camera automatically focuses the subject in a wide area to find the focus point.
Use this setting to aid focus in dark conditions. Select On to turn on the AF assist beam, or Off to disable the function.
Expo Metering (Exposure Metering)
Use this setting to select an area for the exposure to be obtained. Three options are available: Spot AE (Spot Auto Exposure) Center-Weight AiAE (Artificial Intelligence AE)
Time-Lapse : Automatically capture pictures in at predefined intervals.
Cont. Shot (Continuous shot)
Use this setting to perform continuous shooting. Once in this mode, you must continuously hold the shutter button to use this function. Four options are available: Off: Capture a single shot only. 3 shot: Capture up to 3 consecutive pictures. Last 3 shots: Capture pictures continuously until the shutter button is released but only the last 3 shots are recorded. The flash is designed not to work in this mode in order to enable quick succession of shots. To activate this mode, the camera must have the self-timer for multiple shots already turned on (as described on page 23)
Use this setting to turn on or off the framing grids when taking photos. This may help you position the subject in your composition.
Four options are available: Off 1 sec 2 sec 3 sec
Digital Zoom Quick Review
This setting refers to the quick photo review immediately after taking a picture. The picture stays on the LCD screen for an adjustable period of time. Use this setting to enable or disable the digital zoom function. When disabled, only the optical zoom is enabled.
Digital Zoom indicator Off: gray color. On: reddish color.
In Slow shutter mode, the shutter will remain open as long as the shutter button is pressed. This gives you complete control over the duration of exposure. (The slow shutter mode is available only in manual mode.
The histogram is used for checking the exposure while taking pictures. Use this setting to enable or disable the histogram display on the LCD screen.
Manual : To set a long exposure time between 2~30 sec. The use of tripod is recommended for prolonged exposure.
The Blink Detection feature is on by default, and after taking each photo, a warning message will pop up if a blink had been detected in the photo.
Include a date/time stamp in the photo image.
Off: Off: On Date Date and time
In movie shooting mode, press the the Movie menu. button to enter 2. Switch between various functions with the Up/ Down button. 3. Press the Right button to enter the sub-menu. 4. Press the the menu. button to confirm the setting and exit
To configure the settings: 1. In the Short Movie Shot menu, press the Up/Down button to switch between the page numbers of the function menu, and press the Right button to enter the function menu option.
Set metering mode for various lighting conditions.
Three options are available: Spot metering Center-weighted average metering Artificial intelligence automatic exposure (Ai AE)
In playback mode, press the Playback menu. button to enter the
To prevent pictures or videos being erased accidentally, you can use this setting to lock one or all files.
Please refer to the following sections for detailed instructions on the various menu options.
To protect/unprotect a picture or video: 1. Switch to playback mode using the mode dial. Use the Left/Right buttons to locate and display the photo or movie that you want to protect. 2. Select the Protect setting from the Playback menu as described previously.
3. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select One to protect this picture/video, or select All to protect all pictures/videos in the internal memory or memory card. Then press the Right navigation button. 4. Use the button to select Yes to lock the displayed picture/video or Unlock to unlock it, and use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select Back to return to the Playback menu. 5. A key ( ) icon will appear on the top of the screen to indicate that the picture/video is protected. 6. Select reset to cancel protection for all files that have been placed in the protected mode.
There are three ways to delete files: (please note that a file cannot be recovered once it is deleted.)
Delete One: 1. On the Delete menu, select Delete One and then press the Right button. 2. Using the Left/Right buttons, locate the photo or movie file to be deleted. Select Yes (to delete file) or No (to return to the previous menu) using the Up/Down buttons, then press the button to confirm.
Delete All: 1. On the Delete menu, select Delete All and then press the Right button. 2. Using the Left/Right buttons, select Yes (to delete all files) or No (to cancel and return to the previous menu). The indicator means a file is protected. File protection must be removed first before a file can be deleted. Deleting files will cause DPOF settings to be reset.
direction for rotation or Back to cancel and return to the Playback menu.
This setting allows you to view all the stored pictures as a slideshow. 1. Select the Slide show setting from the Playback menu. 2. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select Effect, Interval time, or Repeat and use the Left/ Right navigation buttons to adjust the setting.
button to confirm the setting.
The rotated image will be saved as a new file, and the original image will remain intact in memory.
3. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select Start to run the slideshow or Cancel to return to the Playback menu.
Use this setting to remove red-eye effect in your photos. 1. Select the Red-eye removal setting from the Playback menu as described previously. 2. Use the Left/Right navigation buttons to select the image for which red-eye will be removed. 3. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select Yes to fix the selected image or back to cancel and return to the Playback menu.
For best results, the face of the subject should be relatively large on the LCD screen, the subject should be facing the camera as front on as possible, and the red eyes should be as large as possible.
The Setup menu is available in all modes. Press the button in any modes, then use the navigation buttons to select the Setup menu. 2. Switch between various functions with the Up/ Down button. 3. Press the Right button to enter the sub-menu. Refer to the following sections for more detailed information on each setting.
Please note: formatting enables you to delete all contents in the memory card and built-in memory, including protected photo and movie files. To use this setting: 1. Select the Format Memory setting from the Setup menu as described previously. 2. Use the Left/Right navigation buttons to select Yes or No, and press the button to confirm.
To configure the settings: 1. In the Setting menu, press the Up/Down button to switch between the page numbers of the function menu, and press the Right button to enter the Setting menu option.
3. The current media is formatted.
Use this setting to adjust the volume of beep when buttons are pressed and change the tones for shutter, buttons, self-timer, and power-on/power-off. To change this setting: 1. Select the Beep setting from the Setup menu as described previously. 2. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to switch between volume, shutter tone, key tone, self-timer tone, and power tone fields.
Copy to Card (Copy internal memory to memory card)
Use this setting to copy the files stored in the internal memory to the memory card. 1. Select the Copy to memory card setting from the Setup menu as described previously. 2. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select Yes or No. Then press the button to confirm.
Use this setting to restore the camera to its default settings. 1. Select the Reset setting from the Setup menu as described previously. 2. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select Yes or No. Then press the button to confirm.
FW Ver. (Firmware version)
Use this setting to view the current camera firmware version. 1. Select the FW Ver. setting from the Setup menu as described previously. 2. If SD card contains a new version of firmware, please upgrade accordingly as necessary.
Connecting to a TV
You can connect your camera to your television, computer, or printer to view picture you have taken. By using the AV cable, you can view the captured images on a TV. Follow the steps below to connect the supplied AV cable to a TV. 1. Choose [NTSC] or [PAL] to match your TV video standard (see page 72) and then turn off the camera. 2. Connect one end of the AV cable to the USB/AV OUT port on your camera. 3. Connect the plugs on the other end of the cable to the audio and video input ports on the TV. 4. Turn on the camera and the TV on. Make sure that both the camera and TV are turned off before connecting the AV cable. Use a fully charged battery to prevent the camera from turning off unexpectedly while connected.
Connecting to a PC
Use the USB cable and ArcSoft software (CD-ROM) supplied with your camera to copy (transfer) pictures to a computer.
Setting the USB mode
Since the cameras USB port can be set to connect with either a PC or a Printer, the following steps will allow you to ensure that the camera is correctly configured to connect with a PC. button and use the Up/Down 1. Press the navigation buttons to select USB Connect, and then press the Right navigation button. 2. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select PC. 3. Press the button to confirm the setting.
Transferring files to your PC
The computer will automatically detect the camera as a removable drive. Double-click My Computer icon on the desktop to locate the removable drive and to copy the folders and files in the drive to a directory on your PC as you would copy any typical folder or file.
By using the USB cable, you can transfer the captured photos and videos to a PC. Follow the steps below to connect the camera to a PC. 1. Start a computer to which ArcSoft software has been installed. 2. Make sure both the camera and PC are turned on. 3. Connect one end of the supplied USB cable to the USB/AV OUT port on your camera. 4. Connect the other end of the cable to an available USB port on your PC.
If the USB option is set to [PC] :
Turn the camera off and disconnect the USB cable.
If the USB option is set to [PC (PTP) ] :
Remove the camera from the system as described below before turning the camera off and disconnecting the USB cable.
Window XP Home Edition/XP Professional Click the [Safely Remove Hardware] icon in the taskbar and select [Safely remove USB Mass Storage Device] from the menu displayed.
5. Disconnect the camera once transfer is completed.
Window 2000 Professional Click the [Unplug or Eject Hardware] icon in the taskbar and select [Stop USB Mass Storage Device] from the menu displayed.
Macintosh Drag the untitled icon to the Trash. ("Untitled")
Connecting to a PictBridge compatible printer
PictBridge allows printing images from a memory card in a digital camera directly to a printer, regardless of brand. To find out if a printer is PictBridge compatible, simply look for the PictBridge logo on the packaging or check the manual for specifications.With the PictBridge function on your camera, you can print the captured photos directly with a PictBridge compatible printer using the supplied USB cable, without the need for a PC. 3. Press the button to confirm the setting.
Since the cameras USB port can be set to connect with either a PC or a Printer, the following steps will allow you to ensure that the camera is correctly configured to connect with a Printer. 1. Press the button and use Up/Down to select USB Connect, and then press the Right navigation button. 2. Use Up/Down to select Printer.
Every time the camera is powered off, the USB Mode will automatically revert back to PC mode.
Connecting the camera and printer.
1. Make sure both the camera and printer are turned on. 2. Connect one end of the supplied USB cable to the USB port on your camera. 3. Connect the other end of the cable to the USB port on the printer.
If the camera is not connected to a PictBridge compatible printer, the following error message appears on the LCD screen.
The above error message would also appear if the USB mode were set incorrectly, in which case you should disconnect the USB cable, check the USB mode settings, ensure that the Printer is turned on, and then try connecting the USB cable again.
Auto/Red-Eye Reduction/Forced Flash/No Flash/Slow Synchro/Red-Eye Reduction+Slow Synchro Gno. 5.3 (ISO 100) (Shooting Range): (Wide) : Approx. 0.3m~4.9m, (Tele) : Approx. 0.3m~3.1m (ISO 800) USB2.0/AV-OUT (Integrated Proprietary Connector) Internal Memory: 24MB SD Card/SDHC Card (Up to 8GB support) PictBridge, Exif Print Support, Multi-language Support (31 languages) 2 x AA Alkaline Battery, AA NiMH Battery [Not Included] AA Alkaline Batteries: Approx. 150 shots (based on CIPA standards) AA Alkaline Batteries: Approx. 140 shots (based on CIPA standards)
AA NiMH Battery : Approx. 400 shots (CIPA Standards) o Temperature: 0~40 C, Humidity: 0~90% 92.4mm x 61mm x (24.1 ~ 25.9)mm Approx. 145g (without the battery)
Specifications : E1255W
"Design and specifications are subject to change without notice." Effective Image Sensor Pixels Image Sensor Focal Length F = 35mm film equivalent F number Lens Construction Optical Zoom Focusing Range Anti-Handshake Digital Zoom 12.2 Megapixels 12.4 Megapixels [1/2.3 (CCD)] 5.2mm (Wide) ~ 26mm (Tele) 28mm (Wide) ~ 140mm (Tele) F3.3 (Wide) ~ F5.2 (Tele) 9 elements in 8 groups 5X Normal: (Wide) 60cm ~, (Tele) 120cm ~ ; Macro: (Wide) 5cm ~ 80cm, (Tele) 120cm ~ Electronic Image Stabilization 4.5X digital zoom (Combined Zoom: 22.5X)
Number of Recording Pixels
Still Image Movie
12MP, 10.5MP(3:2), 10MP, 9MP(16:9), 8MP, 5MP, 3MP, 2MP, 0.3MP 640x480pixels: 30fps/15fps, 320x240pixels: 30fps/15fps Best, Fine, Normal Yes Exif 2.2 (JPEG) AVI (Image Compression: MPEG4, Audio: G.711 [Monaural]) WAVE [Monaural] (Max 60 seconds) Auto, Manual, ASCN, Image Stabilization, Movie, Scene (Sport, Children, Indoor, Leaf, Snow, Sunset, Fireworks, Glass, Museum, Landscape, Night Landscape, Night Portrait, Portrait), Panorama Yes Yes Yes Yes
Image Compression DCF, DPOF (Ver1.1) Support Still Image File Format Movie Audio Shooting Modes Smile Detection Blink Detection Face-Detection Red-eye Removal
Pan-Capture Panorama LCD Display ISO Sensitivity AF Method Light Metering Method Exposure Control Method Exposure Compensation Shutter Speed Continuous Shooting Playback Modes White Balance Control
Yes 3.0 inch (230,400 pixels) LTPS (low-temperature polycrystalline silicon) TFT color LCD Auto, ISO 64/100/200/400/800/1600 Single AF, Multi-AF (TTL 9-point), AF Assist Light (On/Off) Artificial Intelligence AE (Ai AE), Center-weighted Average, Spot (Fixed to center of frame) ProgramAE (AE-lock available) 2 EV in 1/3 Step increments 4 ~ 1/2000 second (Manual 30 s) Approx. 1.39 fps (Large/Fine mode) Single Photo, Index (4/9/16 thumbnails), Slide Show, Movie (Slow-Motion possible), Zoom (Approx. 2X~8X), Audio, Histogram Display Auto (AWB), Daylight, Cloudy, Fluorescent , Fluorescent CWF, Incandescent, Manual
Auto/Red-Eye Reduction/Forced Flash/No Flash/Slow Synchro/Red-Eye Reduction+Slow Synchro Internal Flash (Shooting Range) Gno. 5.0 EV (ISO 100) Shooting Range Wide: Approx. 0.6m~3.2m / Tele: Approx. 1.2m ~ 2.0m (ISO 400) Recording Media Other Features Jacks Power Shooting Capability (Battery Performance) Operation Environment Dimensions (W x H x D) Mass Internal Memory: 24MB SD Card/SDHC Card (Up to 8GB support) PictBridge, ExifPrint Support, Multi-language Support (31 languages) USB2.0/AV-OUT (Integrated Proprietary Connector) Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery DS5370, 3.7V 700mAh Approx. 200 shots (based on CIPA standards) o Temperature: 0~40 C, Humidity: 0~90% 92mm x 58mm x (19.5 ~ 22.5)mm Approx. 145g (Body only)
Messages No card Card error Card full Write protect Picture error No picture Lens error System error No sound file Image cannot be saved Explanation The memory card is not inserted. The memory card is not formatted. The memory card is full and cannot store any new images. The memory card is write-protected. The picture is not captured correctly. The picture is damaged. There are no images in the memory card or in the internal memory. The lens is probably stuck and the camera will power off automatically. Unexpected error encountered. There are no audio files in the memory card or in the internal memory. The write protection switch in the memory card is set to the LOCK position.
Messages Card is not formatted, format? This image cannot be deleted Cannot record movie Sound file cannot be saved Warning!! Camera recording, please wait. Warning!! Battery exhausted. This file cannot be played back No connection Print error Cannot print
Explanation Confirm whether the memory card should be formatted. The picture or video you are trying to delete is protected. The write protection switch in the memory card is set to the LOCK position. The write protection switch in the memory card is set to the LOCK position. No other actions allowed to perform during video/audio recording. The battery is out of charge. The picture format cannot be recognized by the camera. The camera is not connected to the printer correctly. There is a problem with camera or printer. Check that the printer is out of paper or out of ink. Check if the printer has a paper jam.
Problem Camera does not turn on. Possible causes The battery has run out. The battery is not inserted correctly. Camera turns off suddenly during operation. The picture is blurred. The battery has run out. The lens is dirty. Images, video clips, and audio files cannot be saved. appears when taking pictures. Solution Charge the battery or replace with a fully charged battery. Re-insert the battery observing the correct polarity. Charge the battery or replace with a fully charged battery. Use a soft cloth to clean the lens on your camera Use the Image Stabilization mode. Replace the memory card with a new one. Delete unwanted images. Unlock the memory card.
The memory card is full.
Problem No picture is taken when pressing the shutter button.
Possible causes The memory card is full. No available space to store the files. The mode dial is in Playback mode.
Solution Replace the memory card with a new one or clean off current memory card. Delete unwanted images. The memory card is locked. Turn the mode dial to any still shooting mode. Check the connection between the camera and printer. Use a PictBridge compatible printer. Load some paper in the printer. Replace the ink cartridge in the printer. Remove the jammed paper.
Images cannot print from the connected printer.
The camera is not connected to the printer correctly. The printer is not PictBridge compatible. The printer is out of paper or out of ink. The paper is jammed.
2009 General Imaging Company
|Product Type||Digital camera - compact|
|Light Sensitivity||ISO 100, ISO 800, ISO 400, ISO 200, ISO 80, ISO 1600, ISO auto|
|Digital Zoom||4.5 x|
|Shooting Modes||Frame movie mode|
|Shooting Programs||Landscape, portrait mode, museum, night portrait, children, fireworks, night landscape, panorama assist, sports mode, sunset, indoor, glass, snow, anti-blur, leaf|
|Exposure Modes||Program, automatic|
|Digital Video Format||QuickTime|
|Still Image Format||JPEG|
|Memory / Storage|
|Supported Flash Memory||SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card|
|Integrated Memory||24 MB|
|Camera Flash||Built-in flash|
|Type||Zoom lens - 5.2 mm - 26 mm - f/3.3-5.2|
|Focal Length||5.2 mm - 26 mm|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||28 - 140mm|
|Auto Focus||TTL contrast detection|
|Auto Focus Points (Zones)||9|
|Min Focus Range||23.6 in|
|Macro Focus Range||2 in - 31.5 in|
|Optical Zoom||5 x|
|Zoom Adjustment||Motorized drive|
|Additional Features||Audio recording, direct print, USB 2.0 compatibility, PictBridge support, Scene Detection Technology, in-camera red-eye fix, face detection, Exif Print support, Blink Detection technology, Smile Detection technology, automatic display brightness adjustment|
|Type||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 3" - color|
|Display Form Factor||Built-in|
|Display Format||234,000 pixels|
|Type||Microphone - built-in|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Mono|
|Connector Type||1 x composite video/audio output 1 x USB|
|Expansion Slot(s)||1 x SD Memory Card|
|Software||Drivers & Utilities, ArcSoft PhotoImpression|
|Included Accessories||Wrist strap|
|Cables Included||USB cable A/V cable|
|Power Device||Battery charger - external|
|Supported Battery||General Electric DS5370|
|Supported Battery Details||1 x General Electric DS5370 Li-ion rechargeable battery - 700 mAh ( included )|
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