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HP Photosmart M440 Quick Start Guide
HP Photosmart M440
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HP Photosmart M440/M540/ M630 series Digital Camera
6.5 x 9 FRONT COVER
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1 Getting started Camera top and back....3 Camera front, side, and bottom...4 Before taking pictures.....4 Install the batteries....4 Turn on the camera....4 Choose the language....5 Set the region....5 Set the date and time....5 Install and format an optional memory card...6 Install the software....6 Using your camera.....7 Taking pictures and recording video clips Taking pictures.....8 Recording video clips.....9 Instant Review....9 Auto focus and exposure...9 Focusing on the subject....10 Optimizing focus.....10 Using Focus Lock....11 Optimizing exposure....11 Using zoom....11 Optical zoom....12 Digital zoom....12 Setting options for taking pictures and recording video clips Setting the flash....13 Flash SettingRed-Eye....13 Using the Picture Capture and Video Record menus...14 Using the Self-Timer setting....15 Using the Burst setting...16 Reviewing images and video clips Deleting images....18 Viewing thumbnails....18 Magnifying images....18 Using the Playback Menu....18 Removing red eyes....19 Tagging images as Favorites...20 Viewing slideshows...20 Using the Design Gallery Menu Modifying colors....21 Adding borders....21 Cropping images.....22
Transferring and printing images Transferring images with HP Photosmart Software...23 Transferring images without HP Photosmart Software...24 Connecting to the computer....24 Using a memory card reader....25 Printing images directly to a printer...25 Using HP Photosmart Express Using the Photosmart Express Menu....27 Marking images for printing....27 Buying prints online....29 Sharing images....29 Setting up online destinations in the camera...29 Sending images to online destinations...30 Using the Camera Setup Menu....31 Troubleshooting Resetting the camera....32 Problems and solutions...32 Camera error messages....37
10 Product support Helpful websites....38 Getting assistance....38 A Managing batteries Top points about batteries....39 Extending battery life....39 Safety precautions for using batteries...39 Power indicators....40 Battery performance.....40 Recharging NiMH batteries....41 B Specifications Memory capacity....43 Image quality....43 Index.....44
Use this section to get familiar with camera controls, set up your digital camera for use, and begin taking pictures.
Camera top and back
Power light. button. Shutter button.
Delete buttonAccesses the Delete function while in Instant Review (see Instant Review on page 9) and Playback (see Deleting images on page 18). Flash button Accesses the flash settings while in the flash on page 13). Picture Capture (see Setting
selectorSwitches between Picture Capture, Video Record, and Playback (see Taking pictures on page 8, Recording video clips on page 9, and Reviewing images and video clips on page 17). Zoom leverAccesses / Zoom (see Using zoom on page 11), Thumbnails Magnify (see Magnifying images (see Viewing thumbnails on page 18), and on page 18) functions. and buttonsScroll through menus and images.
Focusing on the subject
When you press the Shutter button halfway down, the camera searches for focus within the focus brackets. When it finds focus, the focus brackets turn green. If the focus brackets do not frame your subject, use Focus Lock (see Using Focus Lock on page 11).
When the camera cannot auto focus, the focus brackets turn red. This indicates the picture may be out of focus because the subject is out of the focus range or the scene has low contrast. If you are recording a video or taking a picture with a shooting mode (see Using the Picture Capture and Video Record menus on page 14) other than Close-up and the camera cannot focus, it will still take the picture. Try releasing the Shutter button, reframing, and then pressing the Shutter button halfway down again. If the focus brackets are still red, try the following. For pictures and video clips: If the scene has low contrast, use Focus Lock (see Using Focus Lock on page 11) and aim at a point on the subject that has more colors or crisp edges. For pictures only: Select a shooting mode more appropriate for the scene you are capturing (see Shooting Mode under Using the Picture Capture and Video Record menus on page 14). If the subject is too close (less than 200 mm or 7.87 in), move farther away from the subject or use Close-up (see Close-up under Using the Picture Capture and Video Record menus on page 14). Close-up and cannot focus, the camera will not take the If the camera is set to picture. Try one of the following: Move within the Close-up range (100-800 mm or 3.94-31.5 in) or set the camera to Auto (see Auto under Using the Picture Capture and Video Record menus on page 14). In low contrast scenes, use Focus Lock (see Using Focus Lock on page 11).
Using Focus Lock
Use Focus Lock to focus on a subject that is not in the center of the picture, to capture action shots more quickly by pre-focusing in the area where the action will occur, or to focus in low light or low contrast situations. 1. Frame the subject for your picture within the focus brackets. In low light or low contrast situations, frame a brighter or higher contrast object. 2. Press the Shutter button halfway down. 3. Hold the Shutter button halfway down and reframe. 4. Press the Shutter button all the way down to take the picture.
When you are taking a picture and press the Shutter button halfway down, the camera also measures the light level to set the proper exposure. If the camera determines the scene will require a very long exposure, a shaking hand icon ( ) appears. The camera will take the picture, but it may be blurry because it is difficult to hold the camera still for the length of time required. Try one of the following: Set the flash to Auto Flash or Flash On (see Setting the flash on page 13). Set the camera on a tripod or stable surface. If the subject is out of the flash range or you do not have a tripod, set the shooting Steady Photo (see Steady Photo under Using the Picture Capture mode to and Video Record menus on page 14). Turn on more light. NOTE: When you are recording a video, the camera continuously updates exposure.
Auto Flash (Default)The camera uses the flash if necessary. Red-EyeThe camera uses the flash with red-eye reduction, if necessary, to minimize the possibility of human eyes appearing red in the final image. For information about red-eye, see Flash SettingRed-Eye on page 13. Flash OnThe camera always uses flash. If the light is behind your subject, use this setting to increase the light on the front of your subject. Flash OffThe camera does not use flash. Use this setting to capture poorly lit subjects beyond the flash range or to capture scenes with the existing light.
The flash setting remains in effect until it is changed again, or you turn off the camera. NOTE: The flash is set to Flash Off in Landscape, Sunset, and Theatre shooting modes, and while recording video clips or using Burst. The flash is set to Red-Eye in Night Portrait shooting mode.
The red-eye phenomenon is caused when light from the flash reflects off the subjects' eyes, which can make human eyes appear red in the captured image. Using RedEye causes the camera to flash quickly up to three times to shrink the subject's pupils (reducing the effect of the red-eye phenomenon) before using the main flash and capturing the image. Since it takes longer to take a picture using this setting, make sure your subjects wait for the additional flashes.
Using the Picture Capture and Video Record menus
The Picture Capture and Video Record menus allow you to adjust camera settings that affect the characteristics of the pictures and video clips you capture. The Picture Capture Menu displays only those features available for taking pictures while the Video Record Menu displays only features available for recording video clips. 1. Slide to or , then press. 2. Use to highlight an option, then press to display the options menu. 3. Use to highlight a setting, then press to change the setting or press exit without changing the setting. until the menu disappears. 4. To exit the menu, hold down For on-camera information about an option, use. menu, then press to highlight
Help. in the option's
Unless otherwise noted, the setting remains in effect until you turn off the camera. The next time you turn on the camera, the settings reset to their defaults.
Shooting Mode ( only)For selecting a predefined setting optimized for particular types of scenes or shooting situations.
Auto Mode (Default)For taking good shots quickly, when you do not have time to select a special shooting mode. Close-upFor taking close-up pictures of subjects between 100 and 800 mm (3.94 to 31.5 in) away. Steady PhotoFor minimizing picture blur when the subject is moving or you cannot hold the camera still long enough in moderate to dim light conditions (see Optimizing exposure on page 11). TheatreFor capturing images at school programs, concerts, or indoor sporting events without using flash. LandscapeFor scenes with deep perspective, such as mountain scenes. PortraitFor pictures that have one or more people as their primary subject. ActionFor capturing sporting events, moving cars, or any scene where you want to stop the action. Night PortraitFor capturing images of people at night. This mode uses the flash and a long exposure. As a result, you must set the camera on a tripod or stable surface. SunsetFor capturing outdoor scenes at sunset.
NOTE: Some menu options are not available in certain shooting modes.
Using the Self-Timer setting
The Self-Timer allows you to take an image or video clip 10 seconds after pressing the Shutter button. 1. While in the Picture Capture or Video Record menu, use to highlight Self-Timer, press , highlight On, press , then hold down until the menu disappears. 2. Set the camera on a tripod or stable surface. 3. Frame the subject in the Image Display. 4. Press the Shutter button halfway down to lock focus and exposure. When the focus brackets turn green, press the Shutter button all the way down. The camera begins the 10-second countdown, then takes the picture or begins recording the video clip. 5. If you are recording a video clip, press the Shutter button to stop recording.
TIP: If you want to include yourself in the picture, place the camera on a tripod or stable surface, then press the Shutter button all the way down. The camera locks focus and exposure just before the end of the countdown, allowing you time to place yourself in the scene. The Self-Timer setting resets to Off after the image is taken.
Using the Burst setting
Burst allows you to take up to two (M440 series) or three (M630/M540 series) pictures as quickly as possible when you press and hold the Shutter button all the way down. 1. While in the Picture Capture Menu, use to highlight Burst , press , highlight On, press , then hold down until the menu disappears. 2. Frame the subject, then press the Shutter button halfway down to lock the focus and exposure. Then press the Shutter button all the way down and hold it. The camera takes up to two or three pictures (depending on your camera model) as quickly as possible until you release the Shutter button or the camera runs out of memory. The Image Display remains off during the burst capture. After the burst images have been taken, each image appears one at a time in Instant Review (see Instant Review on page 9). You can delete the entire burst sequence in Instant Review. To delete individual images, see Deleting images on page 18. The Burst setting remains in effect until it is changed again, or until it resets to the default Off setting when you turn off the camera.
Reviewing images and video clips
You can review and manipulate images and video clips in Playback as described here. For information about enhancing images, see Using the Design Gallery Menu on page 21. 1. Slide to. to scroll through your images and video clips. 2. Use Press to view video clips. Press to pause a video clip; press to resume playing the video clip, or press to return to the Playback Menu. During Playback, the Image Display also indicates additional information about each image or video clip.
Crop allows you to crop the displayed image to the selected orientation, then use to ensure that the image content you want gets saved. the Zoom lever and
TIP: Make sure you crop images as needed before adding borders. 1. From the Design Gallery Menu, use to select Crop, then press. 2. Use to select a crop orientation and preview the effect it has on the image. Landscape (Default)Horizontally crops the displayed image to a 3:2 aspect ratio (one third wider than tall). PortraitVertically crops the displayed image to a 2:3 aspect ratio (one-third taller than wide). Follow the on-camera instructions to use the Zoom lever and adjust what appears in the cropped image. 3. Press to save a copy of the cropped image and return to the Design Gallery Menu. Press to exit without saving and return to the Crop menu. When you print, the normal aspect ratios get cropped on the top and bottom (landscape) or on the sides (portrait). Cropping helps ensure that the content you want gets printed.
Transferring and printing images
Regularly transferring images to your computer and deleting them from the memory card will reduce the time it takes to turn on your camera, to review images, and to transfer images. You can transfer pictures and video clips with or without the HP Photosmart Software that came with your camera. However, the HP Photosmart Software has several features for transferring and managing your images and also guides you through the transfer process. NOTE: Transferring a large number of high-resolution images from a memory card to your computer may take up to two hours. Even if your Image Display turns off during the transfer process or it appears that nothing is happening on the computer, do not disconnect your camera from your computer until your computer indicates that image transfer is complete. When transferring a large number of images, be sure your camera batteries are fully charged or use an optional HP Photosmart dock or memory card reader.
Transferring images with HP Photosmart Software
If you have installed the HP Photosmart Software (see Install the software on page 6), use this method to transfer images and video clips to your computer. When you connect your camera to a computer with the HP Photosmart Software installed: If you have tagged images as Favorites (see Tagging images as Favorites on page 20), the tags are transferred with the images to your computer. If you have marked images for printing (see Marking images for printing on page 27) and the computer is connected to a printer, the marked images are automatically printed. If you have marked images for sharing (see Sharing images on page 29) and the computer is connected to the Internet, the selected images are automatically sent to their destinations. If you have marked images to buy as prints (see Buying prints online on page 29) and the computer is connected to the Internet, you can follow the instructions on the computer screen to buy prints of those images you selected. You can transfer the images on the camera to the computer by following the instructions on the computer screen. TIP: You can also perform these tasks using an optional HP Photosmart dock (see the documentation that came with your dock). To transfer images using the HP Photosmart Software: 1. If you have marked images for sharing, printing, or buying prints online (see Using HP Photosmart Express on page 27), verify that the computer is connected to a printer and/or the Internet. 2. Turn off the camera.
Printing images directly to a printer
You can print images directly from the camera to any PictBridge-certified printer. For information about printing images from your computer, see Transferring images with HP Photosmart Software on page 23. NOTE: You cannot print video clips using the method described in this section. You can, however, print a frame from a video clip using the HP Photosmart Software. For more information, see Help in the HP Photosmart Software. 1. Check that the printer is turned on, there is paper in the printer, and there are no printer error messages. 2. Turn off the camera, connect the camera and printer using the USB cable that came with your camera, then turn on the camera. 3. If the Print marked pictures? screen is displayed on the camera's Image Display, do one of the following: If you want to print the pictures you marked for printing (see Marking images for printing on page 27), , then follow the highlight Yes, press on-camera instructions to select print options and print the marked pictures. NOTE: After the printer prints the marked images, the Image Display on the camera shows an image. You can then select individual images to print by following the remaining steps in this procedure. If you want to select individual images to print, highlight No, then press.
4. When the Image Display on the camera shows an image: to display an image you want to If you want to print one or more images, use to specify the number of copies, then press. In the Print print, use. Options menu, highlight Print This Image Now, and press If you want to print a group of images or modify the printer settings, press , highlight Print Menu., then press again. Highlight the option you want. Printer SettingsSpecifies paper size, print size and quality, and borderless to select a print option and use to modify the selected printing. Use. print option. When you are done specifying print options, press Print AllPrints one copy of each image. Press and follow the on-camera instructions to begin printing. Print IndexPrints all images as thumbnails. Press to begin printing. Print FavoritesPrints one copy of each image tagged as a Favorite. Press to begin printing. This option is available only if you have tagged at least one image as a Favorite (see Tagging images as Favorites on page 20). Cancel PrintingStops the printing of any images that have not yet printed. , highlight Yes, then press. Press 5. After the printer has printed all the images you selected, disconnect the camera from the printer. NOTE: If you connect the camera to a non-HP printer and encounter problems with printing, contact your printer manufacturer. HP does not provide customer support for non-HP printers.
Camera SoundsTurns the camera sounds (such as button presses and shutter clicks) off and on. On (Default), Off. Date & TimeSets the date and time. See Set the date and time on page 5. USB ConfigurationSpecifies how a computer recognizes the camera. See Connecting to the computer on page 24.
Digital Camera (Default)Recognizes the camera as a digital camera using PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol). Disk DriveRecognizes the camera as a disk drive using MSDC (Mass Storage Device Class). (Language)Sets the language. See Choose the language
on page 5.
Use this section to find information on: Resetting the camera (see Resetting the camera on page 32) Possible problems and solutions (see Problems and solutions on page 32)
Resetting the camera
If your camera does not respond when you press buttons, reset the camera. 1. 2. 3. 4. Turn off the camera. Remove the memory card and batteries for at least 5 seconds. Reinsert the batteries and close the Battery/Memory Card door. Turn on the camera. On successful reset, you may be prompted to set the date and time (see Set the date and time on page 5). 5. Verify that the camera works without an optional memory card, turn off the camera, then reinstall the card. When the camera is reset, any images or video clips stored in memory are retained.
Problems and solutions
Use this information to find solutions to common issues you may have using your camera. NOTE: Known issues are often fixed with new releases of firmware. To optimize your digital photography experience, periodically check the Hewlett-Packard Technical Support website (www.hp.com/support) for updates to your camera's firmware, software, and drivers. How can I get professional-quality prints if I dont have a photo printer? Use the Buy Prints Online feature on the Buying prints online on page 29). Photosmart Express Menu (see
The camera does not turn on. Install new or recharged batteries, ensuring that the batteries are inserted correctly (see Install the batteries on page 4). If you are using rechargeable batteries, ensure they are rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) batteries. Reset the camera (see Resetting the camera on page 32). Ensure that the memory card is the proper type (see Storage on page 43). If so, remove the memory card and turn on the camera; if the camera turns on, format the memory card (see Install and format an optional memory card on page 6). If the camera still does not turn on, format the memory card using a memory card reader, or replace the memory card.
I have to recharge the NiMH batteries frequently. New batteries or batteries that have not been charged recently must be recharged to reach full capacity. If you have not used the batteries for two months or longer, recharge them. For tips on conserving battery life, see Extending battery life on page 39. The NiMH batteries will not charge. Try charging the batteries again after they have drained awhile. If charging the batteries in an optional battery charger or when docked in an optional HP Photosmart dock does not work, replace the batteries. It takes the camera a long time to turn on. Your camera may be slower to turn on if you have a high capacity (4GB or larger) memory card inserted. Having a large number of files (over 300) stored on a memory card affects the time it takes for the camera to turn on. Transfer stored files to your computer, then format the memory card. Power-on time in Playback is slow if you have a large number of tagged images on your memory card. Transfer the images to your computer (see Transferring and printing images on page 23) and review them there. The camera does not respond when I press a button. Turn on the camera. Most of the camera buttons do not respond when the camera is connected to a computer (directly or through an optional dock). Replace or recharge the batteries. Reset the camera (see Resetting the camera on page 32). The memory card may be defective. Remove the memory card and test the camera; if the camera works, replace the memory card. Format the internal memory and/or the memory card (see Install and format an optional memory card on page 6). The camera does not take a picture when I press the Shutter button. Press the Shutter button all the way down. Picture Capture. Make sure you are in The memory card or internal memory may be full. Transfer images from the camera to your computer, then format the internal memory or the memory card (see Install and format an optional memory card on page 6). Or replace the card with a new one. The camera may be processing. Wait a few seconds for the camera to finish processing the last image before taking another picture. The Image Display is not working. The Image Display may have timed out. Press any camera button to wake up the camera. Reset the camera (see Resetting the camera on page 32). Replace or recharge the batteries.
I have two memory cards that are the same size, but one stores many more pictures than the other. 35
The camera gets warm (or even hot) to the touch. This is normal. However, if anything seems out of the ordinary, turn off the camera and allow the camera to cool. Then examine the camera and the batteries for signs of possible damage. For best image quality, turn off the camera when not using. Always store the camera in a cool place. My camera stalls when establishing a connection to the computer. Your memory card may have a large number of images stored on it. The more images you have on your card, the longer it takes to establish a connection to the computer (up to five minutes). If you have a large number of images on the memory card, be sure to allow this additional time to establish the connection. Ensure that the USB cable is properly connected to the camera and computer, either directly or via an optional dock. Try connecting the USB cable to another USB port on the computer. Turn the camera off, then on again. If that does not fix the problem, reset the camera (see Resetting the camera on page 32). If the problem persists, contact HP Support (see Product support on page 38). I cannot transfer images from the camera to my computer. Either install the HP Photosmart Software (see Install the software on page 6), or see Transferring images without HP Photosmart Software on page 24. Configure your camera preferences so the HP Photosmart software starts automatically when you connect your camera to your Macintosh. Open the HP Photosmart Camera settings in System Preferences to make changes, or to view the camera software help. Set your camera to act as a Disk Drive (see USB Configuration in Using the Camera Setup Menu on page 31), then follow the steps in Connecting to the computer on page 24. I get an error message when transferring images to my computer. A power surge or electrostatic discharge may have affected the camera. Close the HP Photosmart Software, disconnect the camera from the computer, and reset the camera (see Resetting the camera on page 32). Then, restart the image transfer process (see Transferring images with HP Photosmart Software on page 23). The HP Photosmart Software does not start automatically when I connect to my Macintosh. Configure your camera preferences so the HP Photosmart software starts automatically when you connect your camera to your Macintosh. Open the HP Photosmart Camera settings in System Preferences to make changes, or to view the camera software help. The HP Photosmart Software takes a long time before it is ready to transfer images from my camera. Having a large number of files stored on an optional memory card affects the amount of time it takes for the HP Photosmart Software to start transferring images. For best results, transfer images to your computer frequently, and always format the card after transferring images (see Resetting the camera on page 32).
My camera shuts down unexpectedly. A power surge or electrostatic discharge may have affected the camera. Remove the batteries and reset the camera (see Resetting the camera on page 32). Then reinstall the batteries and turn on the camera. Recharge the batteries. Connect the camera to AC power via an optional HP Photosmart dock, then turn on the camera. Replace the batteries. I am having a problem installing or using the HP Photosmart Software. Make sure your computer meets the minimum system requirements as stated on the camera packaging. Refer to the HP Photosmart Software online help system. Refer to the Hewlett-Packard Technical Support website: www.hp.com/support.
Camera error messages
Should you receive one of the following error messages when using your camera, you can look up details about the message by visiting www.hp.com and searching on the specific code. Lens Error (general)M440021 Lens Error (zoom cannot retract)M440022 Lens Error (lens cannot extend)M440033 Lens Error (zoom in failed)M440041 Lens Error (zoom out failed)M440081 Unsupported cardM440200 Unable to format cardM440202 Error saving imageM440100 Error saving videoM440102 Batteries Low (followed by data on battery types and performance)AA400
My camera shuts down unexpectedly.
10 Product support
Use this section to find support information for your digital camera, including links to helpful websites and an overview of the support process.
Camera tips, product registration, newsletter subscriptions, driver and software updates, purchase HP supplies and accessories Customers with disabilities Hewlett-Packard Technical Support; firmware, software, and driver updates; support information Windows Vista support www.hp.com Under Learn about:, click Digital Photography
www.hp.com/hpinfo/community/accessibility (English only) www.hp.com/support
www.hp.com/go/windowsvista (English only)
To get the best from your HP product, consult the following standard HP support offerings: 1. Consult the product documentation. Review Troubleshooting on page 32 in this document. Review the electronic Help section within the software. Refer to the camera's Help screens. 2. Visit the Hewlett-Packard Technical Support website at www.hp.com/support, or contact the store where you purchased this camera. The Hewlett-Packard Technical Support website is available to all HP customers. The Hewlett-Packard Technical Support website is the fastest source of up-to-date product information and expert assistance, including: Fast e-mail access to qualified online support specialists. Firmware, software, and driver updates for your camera. Valuable product and troubleshooting information for technical issues. Proactive product updates, support alerts, and HP newsletters (available when you register your camera). 3. HP support by phone. Support options and fees vary by product, country/region, and language. For a list of support conditions and phone numbers, visit www.hp.com/ support. 4. Post-warranty period. After the limited warranty period, help is available online at www.hp.com/support. 5. Extending or upgrading your warranty. If you would like to extend or upgrade your camera's warranty, please contact the store where you bought the camera or check the HP Care Pack offers at www.hp.com/support. 6. If you already purchased an HP Care Pack Service, please check the support conditions on your contract.
38 Product support
Your camera uses two AA batteries, either Alkaline, Photo Lithium, or rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH). Photo Lithium and NiMH batteries provide longer battery life than Alkaline batteries.
Top points about batteries
The batteries shipped with your camera are AA Alkaline. These batteries have a short life and are intended to let you begin using your camera immediately. When the camera warns that the battery charge is low (see Power indicators on page 40), HP recommends replacing them with Photo Lithium or rechargeable NiMH batteries for longer battery life. Fully charge NiMH batteries before using them for the first time. The first several times you recharge NiMH batteries, they may not provide the number of shots per charge that you expect. Their performance will improve after the batteries have been charged, then discharged completely four or five times. You can use the camera normally to discharge the batteries during this conditioning period. Always insert the batteries in the camera correctly (see Install the batteries on page 4). If the batteries are inserted improperly, the compartment door may close but the camera will not operate. If you do not intend to use your camera for more than one month, remove the batteries from the camera. The performance of all batteries will decrease as the temperature drops. To improve battery performance, store the camera and batteries in a warm inside pocket when in a cold environment. To prevent short-circuiting the batteries, never carry small metal items such as keys or coins in the same pocket with your batteries.
Extending battery life
To conserve battery power, the Image Display turns off after a period of inactivity. Pressing any button wakes up the camera. After five minutes of inactivity, the camera turns off. To further extend battery life: Set Display Brightness to Low (see Display Brightness under Using the Camera Setup Menu on page 31). Set your camera to Auto Flash (see Auto Flash under Setting the flash on page 13). Use optical zoom sparingly. Use video recording sparingly. Use Image Display sparingly. If you are turning on the camera only to view images, slide to , then turn on the camera to start in Playback without extending the lens. When transferring or printing images, place your camera in an optional HP Photosmart dock connected to AC power.
Safety precautions for using batteries
Always use two identical batteries of the same chemistry, brand, and age. Do not place batteries in fire or heat them. Always store charged batteries in a cool location. Do not connect the positive and negative terminals of the battery to each other with any metal object. Do not carry or store batteries with metal objects. Do not drop batteries into a change-filled pocket. Do not pierce batteries or subject them to strong impacts or shocks. Do not solder directly onto batteries. Do not allow batteries to get wet. Managing batteries 39
Resolution Pictures, M630 series: 7.2MP (3088 by 2320) effective pixel count 7.2MP (3096 by 2328) total pixel count Pictures, M540 series: 6.2MP (2864 by 2152) effective pixel count 6.2MP (2872 by 2160) total pixel count Pictures, M440 series: 5MP (2592 by 1936) effective pixel count 5.1MP (2600 by 1944) total pixel count Video clips (QVGA): 320 by 240 total pixel count, 24 frames/sec Sensor Color depth M630/M540 series: Diagonal 7.34 mm (1/2.5-inch, 4:3 format) CCD M440 series: Diagonal 7.12 mm (1/2.5-inch, 4:3 format) CCD 36 bit (12 bits by 3 colors). 36 bit images are transformed into an optimized 24 bit image and stored in the JPEG format. This transformation results in no discernible change to color or detail in the stored image, and allows the image to be read by computers. Focal length: Wide5.9 mm Telephoto17.7 mm 35 mm equivalent36 mm to 108 mm F-Number: Viewfinder Zoom Widef/2.7 to f/4.8 Telephotof/4.8 to f/8.5
None 3x optical zoom M630 series: 7x digital zoom M540 series: 6x digital zoom M440 series: 5x digital zoom
Normal: Wide200 mm (7.87 in) to infinity Telephoto200 mm (7.87 in) to infinity
Close-up: Wide100 mm to 800 mm (3.94 in to 31.5 in) Shutter speed Built-in flash Flash working range 1/1500 to 2 seconds Yes, 6-second typical recharge time (8-second maximum recharge time at power-on) To locate the flash working range for this camera, go to www.hp.com/ support, select your language and region, enter your camera model number in the Search: Product field, click Product Information, then click Specifications.
(continued) Image Display Storage 6.0 cm (2.36 in) color LTPS TFT LCD with backlight, 115,200 pixels (480 by 240) total pixel count 16MB internal flash memory. Slot for memory card. This camera supports standard, high speed, and high capacity SD and SDHC memory cards, 32MB to 8GB. This camera supports storing a maximum of 2000 images on a memory card. The number of images or video clips that can be saved in memory depends on the Image Quality settings (see Memory capacity on page 43). JPEG (EXIF) for pictures Motion JPEG for video clips
Compression format Interfaces Standards
USB mini-B USBPTP and MSDC JPEG Motion JPEG DPOF EXIF DCF DPS
External body dimensions Weight Power Temperature range
Measurements with camera off and lens retracted (width, depth, height): 96 mm (W) by 28 mm (D) by 63 mm (H) (3.77 in by 1.10 in by 2.48 in) 132 grams (4.65 ounces) without batteries Power source: two AA batteries (Alkaline, Photo Lithium, or rechargeable NiMH) Operational: 0 to 40 C (32 to 104 F) at 15% to 85% relative humidity Storage: 30 to 65 C (22 to 149 F) at 15% to 90% relative humidity
Not all 16MB of internal memory is available for storing images, because some memory is used for internal camera operations. The actual file sizes and number of images that can be stored in internal memory or on a memory card will vary depending on the content of each still image, or length of each video clip and associated audio clip.
Landscape mode 14 Language 5, 31
e-mail images 29 exposure 11
Magnify control 3 magnifying images 18
Index print images 25, 27 prints, buy online 29 problems and solutions 32
video clips 9 Video Record Menu 14 View Slideshow 20 viewing thumbnails 18 Vista support 38
record video clips 9 red-eye removal 19 Region 5 remaining pictures count 8 removing red eyes 19 resolution 42 reviewing images 17
weight 43 Windows Vista support 38
zoom 11, 12, 42 Zoom lever 3
safety precautions for batteries 39 selecting images for destinations 29, 30 selecting images for printing 27 Self-Timer light 4 Self-Timer setting 14, 15 sending individual images 29, 30 set date and time 5 setting up destinations 29 share pictures 27 Shutter button 3, 9 shutter speed 42 slideshow 20 software install 6 solving problems 32 sounds of camera 31 space remaining in memory 8 specifications 42 State Selector 3 Steady Photo mode 14 storage 43 Sunset mode 14 support process 38
Theatre mode 14 Thumbnails 18 Thumbnails control 3 Time & Date 5, 31 transfer images 23, 24 troubleshooting 32 turn on/off power 4
USB configuration 24, 31
Regulatory / Geltende Richtlinien / Informations rglementaires
Geruschemission LpA < 70 dB Am Arbeitsplatz Normaler Betrieb nach DIN 45635 T. 19 FCC statement The United States Federal Communications Commission (in 47 CFR 15.105) has specified that the following notice be brought to the attention of users of this product. 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. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
For further information, contact: Manager of Corporate Product Regulations Hewlett-Packard Company 3000 Hanover Street Palo Alto, Ca 94304 (650) 857-1501 HP Photosmart M440/M540/M630 series Digital Camera Declaration of Conformity (European Economic Area) According to ISO/IEC 17050-1 and EN 17050-1 Supplier's name: Suppliers address: declares that the product: Product name: Product number(s): Hewlett-Packard Singapore (Pte) Ltd Imaging and Printing Manufacturing Operation Singapore 60 Alexandra Terrace #07-01, The Comtech Singapore 118502 HP Photosmart M440/M540/M630 series Digital Camera (may contain suffixes) L2501A, L2502A, L2503A, L2504A, L2505A, L2506A (M440 series) L2460A, L2461A, L2462A, L2463A, L2464A, L2465A (M540 series) L2454A, L2455A, L2456A, L2457A, L2458A, L2459A (M630 series) SNPRB-0704 (M440/M540 series) SNPRB-0705 (M630 series) HP Photosmart 2200 Camera Charging Dock (product number Q6262A, Regulatory Model SDCAB-0703).
Regulatory model: Product options:
Conforms to the following Product Specifications: Safety IEC/EN 60950-1:2001 IEC/EN 60825-1:1994+A1:2002+A2:2001 Class 1 LED Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) EN 55022:1998+A1:2000+A2:2003, Class B IEC/EN 61000-3-2:2000 IEC/EN 61000-3-3:1995 + A1:2001 EN 55024:1998+A1:2001+A2:2003 Supplementary information: The product herewith complies with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC and the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and carries the CE marking accordingly. Canada This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numrique de la classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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