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User reviews and opinions
|royfeldman||5:14pm on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010|
|good Pictures, eats batteries easy to down load through dock I have had problems, as my friend has with is, is getting the lens to open up.|
|MarkR1717||12:25am on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010|
|Kodak are the inventors of photography as we know it. Fun as well as clever. Battery life.|
|akilee||10:03pm on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010|
|First Time Camera The thing which strikes me about the camera is the ease of use. First Time Camera The thing which strikes me about the camera is the ease of use.|
|RobH||4:53am on Monday, August 23rd, 2010|
|This camera is capable of taking both pictures and video. Easy to use and get pictures via docking bay. Seems to eat the batteries.|
|Tadashi||11:24pm on Wednesday, July 28th, 2010|
|I purchased this camera through Ubid.com in October of 2002. Since this was going to be my first digital camera.|
|si||5:48pm on Sunday, July 4th, 2010|
|Good basic camera This was a good basic intro digital camera with one exception. The rechargable batteries had a terrible life. Excellent! Excellent Camera, which is now 4,5 years old and still working properly. Battery Life is Very Poor The Kodak DX3600 would be a very nice camera except that battery life is very poor.|
|friedelcraft||7:45am on Saturday, June 26th, 2010|
|When I was looking for a Digital Camera a few years ago, I read magazine after magazine. Some were far too complex for my needs.|
|paustian||9:38am on Saturday, May 8th, 2010|
|I have had this camera for nearly four years and it has not missed a beat. I was quite unimpressed with this camera. I have had it for about 2 years now. I did not expect miracles as it doesnt have any SLR-like features.|
|danmcj||12:34am on Thursday, May 6th, 2010|
|Excellent! Excellent Camera, which is now 4,5 years old and still working properly.|
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9 Troubleshooting Problems.. 61
TroubleshootingCamera..61 TroubleshootingCamera Dock..71
10 Getting Help...73
Software Help... 73 Kodak Online Services.. 73 Kodak Fax Support... 73 Telephone Customer Support... 74
DX3600 Camera Specifications...77 Camera Dock Specifications.. 79 Original Factory SettingsCamera.. 80 Using Your Batteries..81 Tips, Safety, Maintenance...82 Camera Accessories..83 Picture/Video Storage Capacities..84 Locating Files on a Picture Card..84 File Naming Conventions..85 Regulatory Information.. 87
What Can I Do With My KODAK DX3600 Zoom Digital Camera?
Capture Video in Video mode, take great video clips with audio. You can take continuous clips or set the video length at 5, 15, or 30 seconds. Capture Still Pictures in Still mode, enjoy easy point-and-shoot operation. Use the zoom features to bring your subject closer. Choose a Storage Location take and store your pictures and videos in the cameras 8 MB of internal memory or on an optional removable Picture Card. The internal memory is ideal as a safe place to keep special pictures or videos. Review in Review mode, display your pictures or play your videos on the LCD screen. Keep only the ones you want, magnify, protect, run a slide show of all of the pictures in your camera. Set Up in Setup mode, customize your camera functions.
What Can I Do With My Digital Pictures?
Install the software that is included on the KODAK Picture Software CD, then: Transferautomatically transfer your pictures and videos to your computer. Sharee-mail your pictures and videos to friends and family. Printprint to your home printer; make prints yourself at any KODAK Picture Maker; or take your Picture Card to your local photo retailer for professional printing. Have fun!add special effects to your pictures, make a custom slide show, fix red-eye, crop and rotate, and much more.
Camera Package Contents
The KODAK DX3600 Zoom Digital Camera is packaged with the following items. Camera Wrist strap 6** AA lithium batteries, or equivalent* USB cable Audio/Video cable (for viewing pictures and videos on a television) 6 Dock insert** 7 Users Guide***, Quick Start Guide, and Software CD (not shown) NOTE: * Your camera may have been packaged with a KODAK Camera Dock. In that case, the AA batteries are replaced with the KODAK Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery Pack. For details on using the KODAK Camera Dock, see page 55.
2 Highlight the Date/Time Set
Checking the Battery Level
Check the battery power level before you begin taking pictures. Dont miss an important picture because the camera batteries are low or exhausted. IMPORTANT BATTERY INFORMATION For acceptable battery life and to make sure your camera operates dependably, do not use alkaline batteries. See page 81 for the types of batteries you can use in your camera.
1 Turn on the camera. 2 If a battery symbol appears in the LCD, the
batteries are low or exhausted. If no symbol appears, your battery is charged. Low batteries soon need to be replaced or recharged. Exhausted (blinking) batteries are too weak to power the camera. Replace or recharge the batteries. When the batteries are exhausted, the viewfinder light blinks red for five seconds, then the camera turns off.
Mode DialSettings and Menus
Use the Mode dial to access four ways to use your camera:
Video take videos with audio, and change video-taking options Still take pictures and change picture-taking options Review view and work with your pictures and videos on the LCD screen Setup customize your camera functions
Use Video mode whenever you are recording videos and to customize your video-recording settings. For details on applying the menu options, refer to the page numbers listed below. To access the Video mode menus: 1 Turn the Mode dial to Video. 2 Press the Menu button. 3 Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the menus and submenus. 4 Press the Select button. Menu Close-up (page 27) Video Quality (page 28) Image Storage (page 14) 8 Menu Self Timer (page 27) Video Length (page 30) QuickView (page 26)
Use Still mode whenever you are taking still pictures and to customize your picture-taking settings. For details on applying the menu options, refer to the page numbers listed below. To access the Still mode menus: 1 Turn the Mode dial to Still. 2 Press the Menu button. 3 Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the menus and submenus. 4 Press the Select button. Menu Close-up (page 19) Quality (page 23) Image Storage (page 14) Menu Self Timer (page 22) Date Stamp (page 24) QuickView (page 18)
Use the menus in Review mode to view and work with the pictures and videos in your camera. For details on applying the menu options, refer to the page numbers listed below. To access the Review mode menus: 1 Turn the Mode dial to Review. 2 Press the Menu button. 3 Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the menus and submenus. 4 Press the Select button. Menu Magnify Still or (page 36) Delete Still or (page 33) Video Play (see page 32) Delete Video (page 33) Menu Protect (page 34) Slide Show (page 38) Copy (page 35) Picture/ Video Information (page 40)
Checking Your Storage Location Icon
The storage location icon displayed in the status bar indicates: Picture Card Internal Memory
m In Video
and Still modes, the storage location icon indicates where your pictures and videos will be stored when you take them. In this example, pictures and videos will be stored on the Picture Card. Press the arrow button to display the status bar.
m In Review
mode, the storage location icon indicates where the currently displayed picture or video is stored. In this example, the displayed picture is stored in the internal memory.
Taking Still Pictures
Use the Still setting on the Mode dial whenever you take pictures or wish to customize your picture-taking settings. Before you take a picture, make sure your picture storage location is set the way you want it (page 14).
Taking a Picture
1 Turn the Mode dial to Still. 2 Frame your subject. Use the viewfinder, or
turn on Preview (page 19) and use the LCD screen. 3 Press the Shutter button half-way until the viewfinder light glows green, then continue pressing the Shutter button completely down. The viewfinder light blinks green while the picture is being saved. The viewfinder light blinks yellow when the flash is recharging. If necessary, wait for the flash to charge before taking the next picture.
Do not insert or remove a Picture Card when the green viewfinder light is blinking. Doing so may damage your pictures, Picture Card, or camera.
Displaying/Deleting the Picture Just Taken
The QuickView feature displays each picture on the LCD immediately after you take it. While the picture is displayed, you have the opportunity to delete it. Save space in internal memory or on your Picture Card by keeping only the pictures you like. Turn on QuickView: 1 Turn the Mode dial to Still , then press the Menu button. 2 Highlight the QuickView menu , then press the Select button. 3 Highlight the On option, then press the Select button. 4 Press the Menu button to turn off the menu screen. Take a Picture: Press the Shutter button all the way down to take a picture. The picture is briefly displayed in the LCD with the icon. arrow
If the automatic display disappears, bring it back by pressing the button.
Reviewing Pictures and Videos
1 Turn the Mode dial to Review
. The camera accesses either the internal memory or the Picture Card (page 14) and displays the last picture or video that was taken or reviewed from that location. 2 Use the arrow buttons to scroll forward or backward through the pictures.
Navigating Through Pictures and Videos
3 To move through the pictures one at a time, press and release an arrow
button. For fast scrolling through the pictures, press and hold an arrow button. 4 To exit Review mode, turn the Mode dial to a different position. Status Icons The icons displayed on the LCD indicate the features that were applied to the picture or video when it was taken, as follows: Internal memory Picture Card Frame Picture or video number location
Video Video Index length print
Print Protect order
Exhausted battery (blinking) 31
Playing a Video
1 To play or pause a video, press the Select
button. Or, press the Menu button, highlight the Video Play menu , then press Select. The time display counts down the video length as the video plays. arrow buttons.
2 To adjust the playback volume, press the 3 To rewind the video, press the arrow. 4 To skip to the next picture or video, press the
arrow button. NOTE: You can play your videos on a television. See page 39 for how to connect. Good Quality videos are displayed on a television at less than full-screen size.
Deleting Pictures and Videos
Use the Delete feature to quickly delete one or all pictures and videos from the cameras internal memory or the Picture Card. 1 Turn the Mode dial to Review and press the Menu button. 2 Highlight the Delete menu , then press the Select button.
3 Highlight the delete option you want to use:
PICTUREdeletes the displayed picture or video, then displays the next available picture or video. EXITreturns you to the Review menus. ALLdeletes all of the pictures and videos in internal memory or on the Picture Card, depending on your storage location setting. 4 Press the Select button and follow the on-screen directions to delete the pictures and videos. NOTE: Protected pictures and videos cannot be deleted; remove protection before deleting (page 34).
Protecting Pictures and Videos From Deletion
Use the Protect feature to prevent specific pictures and videos from being accidentally deleted from the internal memory or from the Picture Card. To protect a picture or video: 1 Turn the Mode dial to Review and display the picture or video you wish to protect. 2 Press the Menu button. 3 Highlight the Protect menu, then press the Select button. The picture or video is protected and cannot be deleted. The Protect icon appears whenever the protected picture or video is displayed. NOTE: Formatting will delete protected pictures and videos (see page 44). 4 To remove protection, press Select again.
2 Place the KODAK Picture Software CD into the CD-ROM drive. 3 Load the software:
On a WINDOWS-based computerusually, the first install window automatically appears. If it does not, choose Run from the Start menu and type the drive letter that contains the CD followed by \setup.exe. For example: d:\setup.exe On a MACINTOSH computerclick Continue on the install window that automatically appears. 4 Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software. If prompted, restart the computer when the installation is complete. To install all applications on the CD, select Typical when prompted. To choose the applications you wish to install, select Custom when prompted. See page 46 for a description of the applications that are included on the CD. NOTE: Take a few minutes to electronically register your camera and software when you are prompted to do so. This allows you to receive information regarding software updates, and registers some of the products included with the camera. You must be connected to your Internet service provider to register electronically.
Software Included With Your Camera
The KODAK Picture Software CD contains the following software. Your CD may contain additional software not described here. For detailed information, refer to the online help supplied with each software application.
KODAK Picture Transfer Software
Automatically transfer your pictures and videos from the camera to the computer, organize and rename your files if you wish. See page 50 for more information.
KODAK Picture Software
After you have transferred your pictures and videos to your computer, use KODAK Picture Software to: m View and share your pictures and videos. m Add special effects, make a custom slide show, fix red-eye, crop and rotate, and much more. m E-mail your pictures and videos to friends and family. See page 52 for more information.
KODAK Camera Connection Software
KODAK Camera Connection Software displays the camera as a removable drive on your desktop. Access the pictures and videos in your camera as you would the contents of any removable drive to transfer, copy, move, rename, or delete the files. For more information, see Transferring Your Pictures and Videos Manually on page 53.
QUICKTIME allows you to play back videos and the portable slide shows (KODAK Picture Road Show) that you create in KODAK Picture Software. For more information, refer to the QUICKTIME online help.
Computer System Requirements
For acceptable picture transfer and editing, we recommend the following minimum requirements:
WINDOWS-Based System Requirements
m Personal computer designed for WINDOWS 98, 98SE, ME, or 2000 m Available USB port m Personal computer with CD-ROM drive, minimum 200 MHz m Color display monitor with a minimum resolution of 640 x 480
microprocessor (1024 x 768 preferred) and 256 colors: High Color (16-bit) or True Color (24-bit) recommended m 32 MB of available RAM; 70 MB of available hard disk space
MACINTOSH System Requirements
m Operating system 8.6, 9.0x, 9.1, X m Available USB port or CompactFlash card reader m PowerPC-based MACINTOSH computer, with CD-ROM drive m Color display monitor with a minimum resolution of 640 x 480 (1024 x m 64 MB of available RAM; 100 MB of available hard disk space
768 preferred) and 256 colors (Thousands or Millions recommended)
Transferring Pictures and Videos
Before You Transfer Files to the Computer
Before you transfer your pictures and videos from the camera to the computer, make sure you have installed the software from the KODAK Picture Software CD (page 45).
Connecting to the Computer
You can transfer your pictures and videos from the camera to the computer using either the provided USB cable or the optional KODAK Camera Dock.
Connecting With the USB Cable
1 Turn off the camera. 2 Plug the labeled ( ) end of the USB cable
into the labeled USB port on your computer. If the port is not labeled, see your computer Users Guide. 3 Plug the other end of the USB cable into the labeled USB port on the camera. 4 Turn on the camera.
Connecting With the KODAK Camera Dock
1 Open the connection door on the bottom of
2 Place the camera in the Camera Dock. 3 Push the Connect button.
You can transfer files while the green light is blinking. For more information, see Chapter 8, Using the KODAK Camera Dock. NOTE: You can also use a KODAK USB Picture Card Reader to transfer your pictures. See your KODAK retail dealer or visit our Web site at http:// www.kodak.com/go/accessories.
Transferring Your Pictures and Videos
KODAK Picture Transfer Software automatically opens on your computer when you have connected as shown in the previous section, Connecting to the Computer.
Transferring on a WINDOWS-based Computer
m Click Transfer Now
to transfer your pictures and videos to the computer. Your pictures are transferred to the following default location on your computer: C:\Kodak Pictures. m Click Setup before you click Transfer Now if you wish to change the default options for transferring files. 50
Transferring on a MACINTOSH Computer
m Select the Automatic Transfer radio button, then click Transfer.
Automatic Transfer copies all of the pictures and videos from the picture storage location to your computer, using the current settings. m Or, select the Guided Transfer radio button, then click Transfer. Guided Transfer lets you review each picture, give it a name, and select a destination folder on your computer.
Turning Off the KODAK Picture Software Autostart
If you do not want KODAK Picture Transfer and Picture Software to start automatically, you can turn off the autostart feature. For this and other detailed information on using Picture Transfer Software, refer to the online help: On a WINDOWS-based computerright-click the Picture Transfer icon on the taskbar, then select Learn more about this application. On a MACINTOSH computerclick the Help icon (?) in the application window.
Working With Your Pictures and Videos
When your pictures and videos are transferred, Picture Transfer Software closes and KODAK Picture Software opens. With KODAK Picture Software you can: m add special effects to your pictures, make a custom slide show, fix red-eye, crop and rotate m print to your personal printer m play back a video m e-mail pictures and videos to family and friends NOTE: The person to whom you e-mail videos must have QUICKTIME software loaded on their computer to view the video. QUICKTIME can be downloaded from http://www.apple.com. Refer to the online help for details on using the software.
Transferring Your Pictures and Videos Manually
KODAK Camera Connection Software lets you directly access the pictures and videos in your camera to: display and browse thumbnails of your pictures and videos , copy all or selected pictures and videos to your computer, open a picture or video directly in third-party applications, delete pictures and videos from a storage location, format the camera internal memory or Picture Card, and view information on a selected picture or video. Connect your camera to the computer (page 49) and access your pictures and videos as follows:
the insert into place. To order an insert for your camera, contact Kodak Customer Support, see page 74.
Connecting the Camera Dock
Connect the Camera Dock to your computer and to an external power source. You will need the USB cable that is included with your camera, and the AC adapter that is included with the Camera Dock. Make sure your camera is not in the Camera Dock when you are connecting to power and the computer.
1 Plug the labeled ( ) end of the USB cable
into the labeled USB port on your computer. For details, see your computer Users Guide. 2 Plug the other end of the USB cable into the labeled USB connector on the back of the Camera Dock. 3 Plug the AC adapter into the back of the Camera Dock and into a power outlet.
Your AC adapter may be different from the one pictured, or may have additional plugs. Use the plug that accommodates your type of power outlet. Leave the Camera Dock connected to the computer for easy access for transferring pictures, charging the Battery Pack, and providing power to the camera. 56
Installing the Battery Pack in the Camera
1 Open the battery door on the bottom of the
2 Install the Battery Pack in the direction of
the arrows, as illustrated.
The Battery Pack can only be inserted into the camera in the orientation shown. If the Battery Pack does not easily install, reposition it and try again. DO NOT FORCE IT. Doing so can damage your camera. 3 Close the battery door. IMPORTANT: The batteries in the Battery Pack are not charged when you receive it. See page 58 for charging instructions.
Docking the Camera
When you are ready to transfer your pictures from the camera to the computer, or charge the Battery Pack, place the camera in the Camera Dock.
Door open Tripod socket
1 Turn off the camera. 2 On the camera bottom, slide the dock
connection door until it clicks open.
push down to seat the connectors; the Dock locator pin fits into the camera tripod socket. Connector The Camera Dock light glows green when the connectors are properly seated. The camera is now powered by Light the Camera Dock instead of the camera batteries. NOTE: If the Battery Pack in the camera requires charging, the Camera Dock light turns red after a few seconds and charging begins.
3 Place the camera in the Camera Dock and
Charging the Battery Pack
The batteries in the Battery Pack are not charged when you receive it. 1 Turn off the camera. 2 Make sure the Battery Pack is installed in the camera. 3 Place the camera in the Camera Dock (see page 57). m Charging begins after a few seconds. m The Camera Dock light glows red while charging, then glows green when the Battery Pack is fully charged. m Full charging takes about 2.5 hours. After the Battery Pack is fully charged, leave the camera in the Camera Dock. It continually senses battery power and resumes charging whenever necessary. Under these conditions, there is no red light while charging. m Charging stops if you turn on the camera. If the camera is left in the Camera Dock with the power on, charging resumes when the camera enters Deep Sleep mode (see page 6). NOTE: The Camera Dock only charges the provided Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery Pack. If you place the camera in the Camera Dock with any other type of batteries, rechargable or not, no charging takes place. 58
To transfer pictures from your camera to your computer:
1 Place the camera in the Camera Dock. 2 Push the Connect button. m The Camera Dock light blinks green
while the connection to the computer is active.
m KODAK Picture Transfer Software automatically opens on your computer
and your pictures are transferred. You can also transfer your pictures manually while the green light is blinking. See page 53. m Then, KODAK Picture Software opens so you can work with your pictures on your computer. For further details, see Chapter 7, Transferring Pictures and Videos. NOTE: When your pictures are transferred, leave the camera in the Camera Dock. 8 minutes after the transfer is complete, the Camera Dock begins to monitor battery power and then begins charging whenever necessary.
When Using a Tripod
For stability when using a tripod, remove the camera from the Camera Dock and connect the tripod directly to the camera, rather than through the Camera Dock. The camera tripod socket is located on the bottom of the camera.
There may be times when you have questions about using your KODAK camera or Camera Dock. This chapter can help you find the answers quickly. Additional technical information is available in the ReadMe file located on the KODAK Picture Software CD. For updates to Troubleshooting information, visit our Web site at http://www.kodak.com.
Picture Card Problem The camera does not recognize your Picture Card. Cause The Picture Card may not be CompactFlash certified. The Picture Card may be corrupt. Solution Purchase a certified CompactFlash Picture Card (page 4).
Reformat the Picture Card (page 44). Caution: Formatting erases all pictures and videos from the card. No Picture Card is Insert a Picture Card into the card inserted in slot, then push to seat the camera or Card is connector (page 4). not fully inserted. Camera freezes up Camera detects an Turn the camera off, then back when a Picture Card error when the on. is inserted or Picture Card was Make sure the camera is off when removed. inserted or inserting or removing a Picture removed. Card. 61
Camera Communications Problem Cause The computer There is a problem with cannot the configuration of the communicate with USB port on your the camera. computer.
Solution See the following file on the KODAK Picture Software CD: USB.html Or, go to www.kodak.com and click Service and Support. Camera power is off. Turn on the camera (page 5). Battery is not charged. Replace or recharge the batteries (page 3). Some Advanced Power See the Power Management Management utilities on section of your laptop users laptops can turn off guide to disable this feature. ports to save battery life. USB cable is not Connect cable to camera and securely connected. computer ports (page 49). Software is not installed. Install the software (page 45). There are too many Disconnect your camera applications running on from the computer. Close all your computer. software applications, reconnect your camera and try again. The Battery Monitor or Close that software before similar software runs starting the KODAK Software. constantly.
Camera Dock Specifications
Camera Dock Specifications Communication with USB computer Dimensions Width/Depth/ Height (without insert) Weight Cable included with KODAK DX-series cameras 5.9 in. /4.4 in. /1.5 in. (150 mm/112.5 mm/38.5 mm) 5.5 oz. (155 g)
Camera Dock Specifications Dimensions Width/Depth/ Height (with insert) Weight Indicator light Input voltage Power
5.9 in. /4.4 in. /1.7 in. (150 mm/112.5 mm/42.5 mm) 6.2 oz. (175 g) 2-color LED indicates operating/ charging 7 0.7 V DC AC adapter included with Camera Dock
Original Factory SettingsCamera
Your camera is set to the following defaults at the factory: Feature Flash (still capture) Picture Storage Location Quality, Picture Quality, Video QuickView Brightness Video Out Date/Time Language Video Length Video Playback Display Optical Zoom 80 Factory Setting Auto Auto Best1800 x 1200 Best320 x 240 On 0.0 NTSC 2001/01/01; 12:00 English Unlimited yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm Wide Angle
Using Your Batteries
m Replacement Typesyour camera can use the following battery types:
2, 1.5 volt AA lithium batteries 1, KODAK Lithium Battery KCRV3 * 1, KODAK Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery Pack, rechargeable in the Camera Dock * 2, 1.2 volt AA Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) batteries, rechargeable * * These batteries can be purchased by visiting our Web site at http://www.kodak.com/go/accessories. For acceptable battery life, and to make sure your camera operates dependably, we do not recommend or support alkaline batteries. m To lengthen battery life, limit the following activities: Using Preview (using the LCD as the viewfinder, see page 19) Reviewing your pictures on the LCD (see page 31) Taking videos (videos use more battery power than still pictures) Excessive use of the flash m When using rechargeable batteries, do not exceed the mAH capacity of your battery charger. m NOT ALL BATTERIES ARE CREATED EQUAL! Battery life depends significantly on age, usage conditions, type, brand, and camera. Digital camera requirements are very demanding on batteries. Not all batteries perform well under these challenging conditions. In Kodak lab tests, Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) rechargeable batteries delivered the best results in a variety of conditions. Ni-MH batteries are designed for high-demand devices, like digital cameras, and do not exhibit the memory effects seen with other rechargeable technologies. m Battery performance is reduced at temperatures below 41 F (5 C). Carry spare batteries when using your camera in cold weather, and keep them warm until you are ready to take pictures. Do not discard cold batteries that do not work. Once they are warmed, they may be usable. 81
Tips, Safety, Maintenance
m Always follow basic safety precautions. Refer to the Important Safety m Do not allow any chemicals, such as suntan lotion, to come into contact m If the camera has been subjected to inclement weather or you suspect
Locating Files on a Picture Card
Pictures and videos stored on a KODAK Picture Card use a standard agreed upon by many camera manufacturers. This allows you to use the Picture Card in different cameras. If you use a card reader to retrieve your files or you cannot locate them using the software, the following description of the Picture Card file structure may be helpful. MISC foldercontains the Print Order file created when you use the Print Order feature. SYSTEM folderused for updating camera firmware. 84
DCIM folderroot level folder, contains the 100K3600 folder. Each time you turn on the camera or insert a different Picture Card, any empty folders within the DCIM folder are removed. 100K3600 subfoldercontains all the pictures or videos taken when a Picture Card is inserted in the camera and the storage location is set to Auto.
File Naming Conventions
The camera maintains separate and sequential numbering sequences for the internal memory and Picture Card. Pictures are named DCP_nnnn.JPG and videos are named DCP_nnnn.MOV. The naming conventions described here apply to both.JPG and.MOV files. Files are numbered in the order in which they are taken. The first picture is named DCP_0001.JPG; the highest number allowed is DCP_9999.JPG.
File Naming Conventions on a Picture Card
m When a Picture Card contains a file named DCP_9999.JPG in the
\DCIM\100K3600 folder, subsequent pictures appear in a new folder (\DCIM\101K3600), beginning with picture DCP_0001.JPG. m Even if you transfer files to the computer or delete files from the camera, the camera continues to use consecutive numbers for all subsequent pictures and videos. For example, if the last picture taken was DCP_0007.JPG and you delete it, the next picture or video you take is named DCP_0008.JPG or.MOV. m When you insert a different Picture Card into your camera, the next picture number is defined by incrementing the higher of the last picture taken by the camera, or the highest existing picture number in the folder. m If you use the Picture Card in a camera other than the DX3600 camera, and that camera manufacturer adheres to this file structure standard, the \DCIM folder contains a folder named by that camera. For more information, refer to the documentation that accompanied that camera.
File Naming Conventions in Internal Memory
with no folders or subfolders. DCP_0001.
m The cameras internal memory contains your stored pictures and videos, m When you format the internal memory, the numbering sequence restarts at m When the internal memory contains a picture named DCP_9999, the next
charging Battery Pack 58 checking storage location 16 cleaning camera, lens 82 clock, setting 6 close-up scenes 19 close-up videos 27 communication problems 62 CompactFlash 4 computer connecting camera 49 running a slide show 38 system requirements 47 transferring pictures to 49, 50, 53 connect camera to computer 49 to television 39 with Camera Dock 50 with USB cable 49 connect Camera Dock 56 copy pictures card to memory 35 memory to card 35 to computer 49, 50, 53,
customer support numbers 74 customizing camera settings 41
Index D date imprinting on pictures 24 imprinting on videos 29 setting 6 DCIM folder, Picture Card 84 defaults, original settings 80 deleting from internal memory 33 from Picture Card 33 last picture 18 last video 26 protecting pictures from 34 digital pictures, using 1, 49 digital zoom 20 display brightness, adjusting 41 display problems 67 displaying slide show 38 dock insert 2, 56 docking camera 57 downloading pictures 49, 50, 53, 59 E editing pictures 52 error messages 63 F fax numbers, support 73 FCC compliance 87 file names in internal memory 86 on Picture Card 85 flash auto 21 fill 21 red-eye 21 using 21 folders, Picture Card 84 formatting internal memory 44 Picture Card 44 G guidelines, battery 81 H help online service 73 online, Picture Transfer 51 online, software 53 telephone support 74 troubleshooting camera 61 troubleshooting Camera Dock 71 I image storage menu 14
Index included with camera 2 information camera, viewing 43 picture, viewing 40 video, viewing 40 insert, dock 2, 56 installing batteries 3 Battery Pack 57 Picture Card 4 software 45 internal memory file name conventions 86 formatting 44 setting picture location 14 storage capacity 84 K KODAK software Camera Connection 46 getting help 73 installing 45 Picture 46 Picture Transfer 46 L language, setting 43 LCD adjusting brightness 41
battery symbol 7 error messages 63 picture location icon 13 previewing pictures 19, 26 status bar 13 lens cap 5 lens, cleaning 82 light Camera Dock 72 self-timer, camera 22, 28 viewfinder, camera 5, 69 loading batteries 3 Battery Pack 57 Picture Card 4 software 45 M MACINTOSH installing software on 45 system requirements 47 magnify picture 36 maintenance, camera 82 memory internal or card 14 storage location setting 14 menus camera setup 11 image storage, setting 14
Index navigating 12 overview 8 review 10 reviewing pictures 10 setup 11 still 9 taking pictures 9 taking videos 8 video 8 MISC folder, Picture Card 84 mode dial overview iv review 10 settings and menus 8 setup 11 still 9 video 8 modes review 10 setup 11 still 9 video 8 monitor, requirements 47 N navigating menus 12 pictures, videos 31 NTSC, video out setting 42 O optical zoom 20 overview, camera menus 8 P package contents camera 2 Camera Dock 55 PAL, video out setting 42 photo paper, purchasing 83 Picture Card file name conventions 85 file structure 84 formatting 44 inserting 4 picture location 14 problems 61 purchasing 83 removing 4 setting picture location 14 storage capacities 84 Picture Software about 46 editing pictures 52 playing videos 52 Picture Transfer Software about 46 online help 51 transferring pictures 50
Index Camera Dock 55 pictures on computer 49 V VCCI compliance 88 video out, setting 42 video, mode dial 8 videos adjust volume 32 checking location 16 close-ups 27 copying 35 date imprint 29 deleting 33 information, viewing 40 navigating 31 playing 32 protecting 34 quality, setting 28 reviewing 31 setting length 30 storage capacity 84 storage location 14 taking 25 transferring manually 53 transferring to computer 50 using on computer 52 viewfinder light camera on 5 status 69 viewing camera information 43 picture, video information
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Self Timer ( ) ( 36) Video Length ( ) ( 39) QuickView ( ) ( 34)
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Close up ( ) ( 25) Quality ( ) ( 30) Image Storage ( ) ( 20)
Self Timer ( ) ( 29) Date Stamp ( ) ( 31) QuickView ( ) ( 24)
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Magnify Still ( ) ( 46) Delete Still ( ) ( 42)
Video Play ( ) ( 42) Delete Video( ) ( 42)
Protect ( ) ( 43) Slide Show ( ) ( 48) Copy ( ) ( 44)
Image Storage( ) ( 20)
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Display Brightness ( ) ( 51) Date/Time set( / ) ( 9) Video Out( ) ( 52) Video Playback Display( ) ( 39)
Language ( ) ( 52) Image Storage ( ) ( 20) About( ) ( 53) Format( ) ( 53)
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3 . 4 Setup( ) Select( ) .
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. 3 About( ) Select ( ) .
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QUICKTIME( ) KODAK Picture Software( ) (KODAK Picture Road Show) . QUICKTIME .
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! 8.6, 9.0x, 9.1, X ! USB CompactFlash ! PowerPC , CD-ROM ! 640 x 480 (1024 x 768 ) 256 ( ) ! 64 MB RAM; 100MB
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! Transfer Now( ) Setup( ) .
! Automatic Transfer( ) Transfer( ) . Automatic Transfer( ) . ! , Guided Transfer( ) Transfer( ) . Guided Transfer( ) .
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