Kodak DX6490 Digital Camera, size: 8.6 MB
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The Kodak EasyShare DX6490Zoom Digital Camera takes digital to a level. Get close with a 10X (38-380 mm) optical Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon Zoom Lens. Print up to 20" x 30" (50 x 75 cm) with 4.0 MP. Fine-tune with manual controls or use the programmed scene modes. Share your shots instantly with Kodak exclusive Share button for one-touch e-mailing, printing, and transferring.
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User reviews and opinions
|jdavis72||4:18am on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010|
|Nice Camera, easy to operate, love the manual settings. Newegg got it to me in just 2 days! Awesome. Yay Newegg! this camera is excellent! big screen, nice manual control, easy menu, and a very powerfull li-ion battery with long life. the lens is very nice.|
|Lincoln Borges||10:38am on Monday, June 28th, 2010|
|This accessory allows me to enjoy my Z650 even more! I can capture more information in close up shots as well as large landscape scenes.|
|dstamps||6:39pm on Thursday, May 20th, 2010|
|Taking pictures during the day (I have few problems) At night.... no sense in even lugging the camera around!!! Very disappointed!! I feel that 450. This camera is great for the beginning photographer all the way to the advanced photographer. It has so many features including video.|
|RossGoodman||10:40am on Thursday, April 15th, 2010|
|I have been using this camera for years now. It has great zoom ability and it is easy to use. Picture quality was good, camera was easy to use Camera has stopped working! Zoom and clear still shots Lighting conflict and blurred action shots|
|pico_2||3:39am on Thursday, April 15th, 2010|
|This is a generally good camera but would benefit from more thought on the package. Excellent photo quality overall. Phenomenal adjustability. Slow to focus and night focus is atrocious. Begs for a manual focus for night shots|
|HugeValery||2:26pm on Friday, April 2nd, 2010|
|I bought this wide angle lens to expand my DX7590 and make it more fun to shoot picture all around and for any occasion. Form high zoom to wide angle.|
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Aperture Priority Mode (A)
Use Aperture priority mode to control aperture and exposure compensation. The camera automatically sets the shutter speed for proper exposure. Aperture priority mode is primarily used to control depth of field (the range of sharpness). NOTE: The aperture setting may be affected when using optical zoom.
Shutter Priority Mode (S)
Use Shutter priority mode to control the shutter speed and exposure compensation. The camera automatically sets the aperture for proper exposure. Shutter priority mode is primarily used to prevent blur when your subject is moving. To prevent camera shake, use a tripod for slow shutter speeds.
Manual Mode (M)
Use Manual mode for the highest level of creative control. You set the aperture and shutter speed; exposure compensation changes as a result of those settings. To prevent camera shake, use a tripod for slow shutter speeds. Use the jog dial to select the modes and settings in PASM mode (see page 21). Press the Menu button to change other settings (see page 31). 19
PASM Screen Options
Aperturealso referred to as f-stop, controls the size of the lens opening, which determines the depth of field. Larger aperture settings keep both foreground and background sharp, good for landscapes and well-lit conditions. Smaller aperture settings make the foreground sharp and background blurry, good for portraits and low-light conditions. The highest and lowest aperture settings may be affected when using optical zoom. Shutter speedcontrols how long the Aperture shutter stays open. The shaking hand icon Shutter speed warns of slow shutter speeds. To prevent camera shake, use a tripod for slow Exposure compensation shutter speeds. Exposure Compensationcontrols how much light enters the camera, good for controlling backlit scenes. If the picture is too light, decrease the setting; if its too dark, increase the setting.
(P,A,S, or M)
Settings Apply Only in PASM Mode
Settings you change while in PASM mode apply only to pictures taken while in PASM mode. This applies to settings made on the PASM screen and also through the Menu screens. For example, if you change the Color Mode to Sepia while in PASM mode, all other still modes (auto, sport, portrait, night) retain the default setting of Color. The settings, including Flash, are maintained for PASM mode even when you change modes or turn off the camera. This is the place to set and keep your custom settings. NOTE: Use Reset (see page 40) to return PASM mode to the default settings.
Using the Jog Dial to Change PASM Mode Settings
Press to select or accept settings Rotate to advance to next option or to change values
PASM mode options
1 Turn the Mode dial to PASM.
Changing the Flash Settings
1 Slide the open
flash button to open the flash unit. The flash unit must be open to use the flash or change the flash setting.
2 Press the
button repeatedly to scroll through the flash options. The active flash icon is displayed in the EVF or LCD screen status area (page 8). Auto* (default)flash fires when the lighting conditions require it. Fillflash fires every time you take a picture, regardless of the lighting conditions. Red-eye*flash fires once so the subjects eyes become accustomed to the flash, then fires again when the picture is taken (if the scene requires Red-eye reduction).
Offflash never fires (flash is always Off when the flash unit is closed). * The flash may fire, even in bright outdoor conditions, if the background is brighter than your subject. 26
Flash Icon Behavior
Flash icon Blinking Action Wait. Take picture when the icon stops blinking. Blinking red- Flash button is pressed, Open flash unit or take picture flash unit is closed. without flash. Cause Flash is recharging.
Flash Settings In Each Mode
Flash settings are pre-set for each picture taking mode. Capture Mode Default Flash Setting Auto* Auto Auto Auto* Auto* Off Off None Flash cannot be turned on. Available Flash Settings (press the Flash button to change) Auto, Flash Off, Fill Flash, Red-eye To Return to the Default Flash Setting: Exit the mode or turn off the camera. Reset manual options (see page 40). Exit the mode or turn off the camera.
Auto PASM Sport Portrait Night Video Burst
* In these modes, when you change to Red-eye, it remains until you change it. 27
Using an External Flash Unit
Use an external flash unit when you want additional or specialized lighting. You can use the cameras built-in flash as well to provide extra fill flash.
External flash connector
1 Turn off the camera and flash unit. 2 Plug your external flash unit cable into the
external flash connector on the camera. The external flash unit is live when connected to the camera. Each time the camera takes a picture, the external flash unit is signaled to flash, regardless of the camera flash setting.
Refer to your external flash unit users guide for details. NOTE: The connector accepts all standard external flash cables, maximum 500 volts.
Putting Yourself in the Picture
The Self Timer creates a 10-second delay between the time you press the Shutter button and the time the picture is taken.
Self Timer button Self Timer light
1 In any Still mode, press the Self Timer/Burst
2 Place the camera on a flat surface or use a 3 Compose the scene. Then press the Shutter
button half-way and hold to set the exposure and focus, then press the rest of the way down. Move so that you are in the scene. The Self Timer icon appears in the status area and blinks during the timer countdown. ! The Self Timer light blinks slowly for 8 seconds (then quickly for 2 seconds) before the picture is taken. The camera "clicks" when the picture is captured. To turn off the shutter sound, see page 70. ! The Self Timer turns off after you take the picture or if you change modes. ! To cancel the Self Timer countdown before the picture is taken, press the Self Timer button. (The Self Timer setting remains active.) ! To turn off the Self Timer, press the Self Timer button twice.
Taking a Burst Series of Pictures
Burst lets you to take up to 6 pictures in quick succession (approximately 3 frames per second). Burst is ideal for capturing sporting events or objects in motion. Flash and Self Timer are disabled when you use Burst.
Turn On Burst
In any Still mode, press the Self Timer/Burst button twice. The Burst icon appears in the status area. NOTE: The setting remains until you change it or turn off the camera.
Take the Pictures
1 Press the Shutter button half-way and hold to set the auto-focus and
exposure for all the pictures in the sequence.
2 Press the Shutter button the rest of the way down and hold it to take
the pictures. The camera takes up to 6 pictures in quick succession. It stops taking pictures when the Shutter button is released, when 6 pictures are taken, or when there is no more storage space. Exposure, focus, white balance, and orientation are set for the first picture and applied to all 6 pictures.
Changing Optional Settings
Press the Menu button to access optional picture-taking settings. All menu options are not available in all modes.
Rotate Mode dial for picture taking modes
Menu Options Available Image Storage (see page 12) Picture Quality (see page 33) White Balance (see page 34) ISO Speed (see page 35) Color Mode (see page 36) Exp. Metering (see page 37) Focus Zone (see page 38)
Picture Taking Modes Video Auto PASM Sport Portrait Night
Menu Options Available Sharpness (see page 39) Reset (see page 40) Video length (see page 48) Set Album (see page 41) Date Stamp (see page 42) Orientation Sensor (see page 43) Setup (see page 67)
Setting Picture Quality
Setting Sharpness in PASM Mode
Use the Sharpness setting to highlight or blend the edges of the subject in your pictures. NOTE: Sharpness is available in PASM mode only. 1 In PASM mode, press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Sharpness , then press the OK button.
to highlight an option, then press the OK button. Sharpincreases contrast on the edges of the image. Ideal when you want to improve the clarity of an image, or if you later may want to crop the image. Standard (default)use when no special effect is needed. Ideal for everyday pictures. Softsoftens the edges of the image. Ideal for a "soft focus" effect. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change it or use Reset (see page 40) to return to the default setting.
Resetting Manual Settings to Defaults
Reset is available in PASM mode only; it returns your manual settings to the original factory defaults. Reset does not change settings for any mode except PASM.
1 In PASM mode, press the Menu button. 2 Move the joystick to highlight Reset , then press the OK button. 3 Move the joystick to highlight an
option, then press the OK button. Continueresets all PASM (manual) settings and returns you to the Menu screen. Cancel (default)returns you to the Menu screen without changing your manual settings. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu.
The settings that revert to the factory defaults: Program mode Color Mode 0.0 Exposure comp. White Balance ISO Speed Exp. Metering Focus Zone Date Stamp
Orientation Sensor Flash
See page 111 for a list of the original factory settings.
Pre-tagging for Album Names
Use the Set Album (Still) feature to pre-select album names before you take pictures. Then, all the pictures you take are tagged with those album names.
FirstOn Your Computer
Use Kodak EasyShare software, V 3.0 or higher, to create album names on your computer, then copy up to 32 album names to the cameras internal memory. See Kodak EasyShare software Help for details. (Formatting deletes the album names from internal memory.)
SecondOn Your Camera
1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Highlight Set Album (Still) , then 3 Press
press the OK button. to highlight an album name, then press the OK button. Repeat to select more than one album. Selected albums have a check mark. 4 To remove a selection, highlight an album name and press the OK button. To remove all album selections, select Clear All.
1 Press the Review button, then locate a picture. 2 To magnify at 2X, press the OK button. To
magnify at 4X, press the OK button again. NOTE: You can also press the Menu button, highlight , then press the OK button. The picture is magnified. The magnification value is displayed.
3 Press to see different parts of the picture. 4 Press the OK button to redisplay the picture at the 1X (original) size. 5 Press to locate a different picture, or press the Review button to exit
Review mode. 54
Protecting Pictures and Videos From Deletion
1 Press the Review button, then press
protect. 2 Press the Menu button.
to locate the picture or video to
to highlight Protect , then press the OK button. The picture or video is protected and cannot be deleted. The Protect icon appears with the protected picture or video. 4 To remove protection, press the OK button again. 5 Press the Menu button to exit the menu.
Formatting internal memory or SD/MMC card deletes protected pictures and videos.
Tagging Pictures/Videos for Albums
Use the Album feature in Review mode to tag the pictures and videos in your camera with album names.
Use Kodak EasyShare software, V 3.0 or higher, to create album names on your computer, then copy up to 32 album names to the cameras internal memory. See Kodak EasyShare software Help for details.
1 Press the Review button. 2 Press to locate a picture, then press
the Menu button.
3 Highlight Album , then press OK. 4 Press to highlight an
album folder, then press OK. To add other pictures to the same album, press to scroll through the pictures. When the picture you want is displayed, press OK. To add the pictures to more than one album, repeat step 4 for each album. The album name appears with the picture. A plus (+) after the album name means the picture was added to more than one album. 5 To remove a selection, highlight an album name and press the OK button. To remove all album selections, select Clear All. 6 To save your selections, highlight Exit, then press the OK button. 7 Press the Menu button to return to Review mode.
When you transfer the tagged pictures and videos to your computer, the Kodak EasyShare software opens and categorizes your pictures and videos in the appropriate album folder. See Kodak EasyShare software Help for details. 56
Running a Slide Show
Use the Slide Show to display your pictures and videos on the EVF or LCD screen. To run a slide show on a television, see page 58. To save battery power, use an optional Kodak 5-volt AC adapter (see page 88).
Starting the Slide Show
1 Press the Review button, then press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Slide Show , then press the OK button. 3 Press to highlight Begin Show, then
press the OK button. Each picture and video are displayed once, starting with the last one taken. Then the camera returns to the Menu screen. 4 To cancel a Slide Show in progress, press the OK button. 5 To exit the Slide Show screen, press to highlight Exit, then press the OK button.
Changing the Slide Show Display Interval
The default interval setting displays each picture for 5 seconds. You can increase the display interval to up to 60 seconds.
1 On the Slide Show menu, press
to highlight Interval, then press the OK button. 2 Select a display interval. To scroll through the seconds quickly, press and hold. 3 Press the OK button. The interval setting remains until you change it. 57
Running a Continuous Slide Show Loop
When you turn on Loop, the slide show is continuously repeated.
to highlight Loop, then press the OK button. 2 Press to highlight On, then press the OK button. When you start a slide show, it repeats until you cancel it by pressing the OK button or until battery power is exhausted. The Loop setting remains until you change it.
Displaying Pictures/Videos on a Television
You can display pictures and videos on a television, computer monitor, or any device equipped with a video input. (Image quality on a television screen may not be as good as on a computer monitor or when printed.) NOTE: Make sure the Video Out setting is correct (see page 71). from the camera A/V out port to the television video-in port (yellow) and audio-in port (white). Refer to your television users guide for details. The camera screen turns off; the television screen acts as the camera display. A/V out Audio/video 2 Review pictures and videos on the television cable screen. NOTE: The slide show stops if you connect or disconnect the cable while the slide show is running. 58
1 Connect the audio/video cable (included)
Copying Pictures and Videos
You can copy pictures and videos from a card to internal memory or from internal memory to a card. Before you copy, make sure that: ! A card is inserted in the camera. ! The cameras picture storage location is set to the location from which you are copying. See Choosing Internal Memory or SD/MMC Card, page 12. Copy pictures or videos: 1 Press the Review button, then press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Copy , then press the OK button.
Windows OS-based System Requirements
! Personal computer running Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000, or XP operating
! 233 MHz processor or greater (300 MHz recommended for Windows
2000 and XP operating systems)
! 64 MB of available RAM (128 MB recommended) ! 100 MB of available hard disk space ! CD-ROM drive ! Built-in USB port ! Color monitor with a minimum resolution of 800 x 600 pixels; High Color
(16-bit) or True Color (24-bit) recommended
! Internet access for online printing and emailing
Mac OS X System Requirements
! Macintosh computer with a G3 or G4 processor ! Mac OS 10.1.2, minimum ! 128 MB of available RAM ! 200 MB of available hard disk space ! CD-ROM drive ! Built-in USB port ! Color monitor with a minimum resolution of 800 x 600 pixels; thousands
or millions of colors recommended
Mac OS 8.6 and 9.x System Requirements
! PowerPC-based Macintosh computer ! Mac OS 8.6 or 9.x ! 64 MB of available RAM ! 200 MB of available hard disk space ! CD-ROM drive ! Built-in USB port ! Color monitor with a minimum resolution of 800 x 600 pixels; thousands
NOTE: Mac OS 8.6 and 9.x do not support the Share button functions. Mac OS X is recommended for full functionality.
Install the Software
For information on the software applications included on the Kodak EasyShare software CD, click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software.
Install the software from the Kodak EasyShare software CD before connecting the camera or optional camera dock to the computer. Failure to do so may cause the software to load incorrectly.
1 Before you begin, close all software
applications that are open on your computer (including anti-virus software). 2 Place the Kodak EasyShare software CD into the CD-ROM drive. 3 Load the software: Windows OS-based computerif the install window does not appear, choose Run from the Start menu and type d:\setup.exe where d is the drive letter that contains the CD. Mac OS 8.6 or 9.xon the install window, click Continue. Mac OS Xdouble-click the CD icon on the desktop, then click the Install icon.
Chapter Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software. ! Windows OS-based computersselect Complete to automatically
install all applications. Select Custom to choose the applications you wish to install. ! Mac OS 8.6 or 9.xselect Easy to automatically install the most commonly used applications. ! Mac OS Xfollow the on-screen instructions. NOTE: When prompted, take a few minutes to electronically register your camera and software. This lets you 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. To register later, visit www.kodak.com/go/register. 5 If prompted, restart the computer. If you turned off anti-virus software, turn it back on. See the anti-virus software manual for details.
The Transfer light blinks green while the pictures and videos are transferring. Messages about the transfer status appear on the LCD screen. Kodak EasyShare software automatically opens on your Transfer light computer. NOTE: After transferring, the camera dock resumes charging as necessary.
Transfer Light Status
Light Steady Cause The camera is properly seated in the camera dock. The camera dock is connected to AC power and to a computer via the USB cable. Blinking Pictures are being transferred to the computer. Off The camera is not seated in the camera dock (see page 84). The camera dock is not plugged into AC power (see page 83). The USB cable is not connected (see page 83).
Need Help Using the Software?
For details on transferring, organizing, printing, emailing, and editing your pictures, click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software screens. 86
When the camera is in the dock, the camera is powered by the dock, not the camera batteries. Save battery power by using the dock to review pictures and videos on the LCD screen.
1 Turn on the camera and place it in the
2 Press the Review button to display the last
picture or video taken. See Chapter 4, Reviewing Pictures and Videos, for details. You can perform any camera function with the camera in the dock (ex., run a slide show, check or change settings).
TroubleshootingCamera Dock 6000
Problem Pictures are not transferred to the computer Cause AC adapter or USB cable is not securely connected. Software is not installed. Too many applications running on computer. Camera was removed from the camera dock during picture transfer. Transfer button was not pressed. Solution Check the connections (see page 83). Install the software (see page 77). Close all software applications and try again. Replace the camera on the camera dock and press the Transfer button. Press the Transfer button.
Camera Dock 6000 Specifications
SpecificationsKodak EasyShare camera dock 6000 Communication USB Cable (included with Kodak EasyShare with computer cameras) Dimensions Width 6.1 in. (155 mm) (without insert) Depth 3.7 in. (94.5 mm) Height 1.2 in.(31 mm) Weight 6.0 oz (170 g) Indicator lights Transfer light Indicates connection/transfer Charging lights Indicate charging status and error conditions Input voltage 5 0.25 V DC Power DC input AC adapter (included with camera dock)
Problem EVF (electronic viewfinder) is not on. Cause EVF has timed out. You havent looked through the EVF for 15 seconds or more. The display is set to the LCD screen. Solution Look through the EVF to turn the display back on.
Push the EVF/LCD button to change the display (page 7).
Problem The computer cannot communicate with the camera. (For communication problems with a camera dock 6000, see page 87.) Solution See this file on the EasyShare software CD: USB.html Or, visit www.kodak.com/go/ camerasupport Turn on the camera (page 5). Recharge the battery (page 85). Use a Kodak: 5-Volt AC adapter, EasyShare camera dock 6000, or EasyShare printer dock 6000 to transfer pictures. Some Advanced Power See the Power Management section Management utilities on of the laptop users guide to disable laptops turn off ports to this feature. save battery life. USB cable is not Connect cable to camera and securely connected. computer port (page 79). Cause There is a problem with the configuration of the USB port on the computer. Camera power is off. Battery is not charged.
Problem The computer cannot communicate with the camera. (For communication problems with a camera dock 6000, see page 87.) Cannot transfer pictures. (The Add New Hardware Wizard cannot locate drivers.) Cause Solution Software is not installed. Install the software (page 77). Software is installed Disconnect the USB cable. Close all incorrectly. open applications. Uninstall, then re-install the software (page 77). To uninstall, go to Start/Settings/ Control Panel/Add/Remove Programs. Too many applications Disconnect camera from the are running on the computer. Close all software computer. applications, reconnect camera. Software is not installed. Disconnect USB cable. (If using camera dock, disconnect cable and remove camera from dock). Install EasyShare software (page 77). Software is installed Disconnect the USB cable. Close all incorrectly. open applications. Uninstall, then re-install the software (page 77). To uninstall, go to Start/Settings/ Control Panel/Add/Remove Programs. USB cable was Delete camera from Device connected during Manager: Right-click on My software installation. Computer, go to Camera is listed as an Properties/Hardware/Device unknown device (PC Manager/Other Devices/ (delete only). this entry: ?Kodak ES camera)
SD/MMC Cards and Internal Memory
Problem The camera does not recognize SD/MMC card. Cause The card may not be SD/MMC certified. The card may be corrupt. Solution Purchase a certified SD/MMC card.
Reformat the card (page 72). Caution: Formatting erases all pictures and videos, including protected files. Card is not properly Insert a card into the slot, then push inserted in camera. to seat (page 11). Camera freezes Camera detects an Turn the camera off, then back on. up when a card error when the card Make sure the mode light is not is inserted or was inserted or blinking and the camera is off when removed. removed. inserting or removing a card. Memory card Storage is full. Transfer pictures and videos to the full computer, then delete them from the camera. The maximum Transfer pictures and videos to the number of files or computer, then format the card or folders is reached (or internal memory (page 72). other directory Caution: Formatting a card erases concern). all pictures and videos, including protected files. (Formatting internal memory also erases email addresses and album names. To restore addresses and albums, see Kodak EasyShare software Help.)
Camera Screen Messages
Message No images to display Cause There are no pictures in the current storage location. Memory card requires The card is corrupted formatting or formatted for Memory card cannot another digital camera. be read (Please format card or insert another card) Internal memory The camera internal requires formatting memory is corrupted. Internal memory cannot be read (Please format internal memory) Solution Change picture storage location setting (page 12). Insert a new card or format the card (page 72). Caution: Formatting erases all pictures and videos, including protected files.
Format the internal memory (page 72). Caution: Formatting erases all pictures and videos, including protected files. (Formatting internal memory also erases email addresses and album names. To restore them, see Kodak EasyShare software Help.) No memory card (Files There is no card in the Insert a card (page 11). not copied) camera. Pictures were not copied. Not enough space to There is not enough Delete pictures from the copy files (Files not space in the location location you are copying to copied) you are copying to (page 53), or insert a new (internal memory or card. the card). 99
Message Read-only card, change to internal memory to capture Card is protected (Reset switch on card) Card is locked (Insert a new card) Card is unusable (Insert a new card) Cause Solution The card in the camera To take a picture, insert a is write-protected. new card or change storage location to internal memory (page 12). Switch on card is in Reset the switch as shown write-protect position. on camera screen. The card is To take a picture, insert a write-protected. new card or change storage location to internal memory (page 12). The card is slow, Insert a new card corrupted, or (page 11). unreadable. Card cannot be used to Change storage location to take videos. internal memory (page 12). Use this card to take pictures only. There is no space Insert a new card remaining. (page 11), transfer pictures (page 79), or delete pictures (page 53).
Recording stopped. Record in internal memory (Card speed is slow) Memory card is full (Cannot save Share/ Album tagging) Internal memory is full (Cannot save Share/ Album tagging) Date and time have This is the first time you Reset the clock (page 6). been reset turned on the camera; or the battery has been removed for an extended period of time; or the battery is exhausted. 100
Solution Leave the camera off for several minutes, then turn it back on. If the message reappears, contact Customer Support (page 106). Remove USB cable in With camera dock or Remove the USB cable from camera. Restart printer dock 6000: USB the camera. Plug it into the computer if needed cable was plugged into dock (page 83). the camera instead of the dock. Memory Card is full There is no more space Transfer pictures to the on the card in the computer (page 79), camera. delete pictures from the card (page 53), insert a new card, or change storage location to internal memory (page 12). Internal Memory is full There is no more space Transfer pictures to the in the cameras internal computer (page 79), memory. delete pictures from the internal memory (page 53) or change storage location to Auto (page 12) and insert card (page 11). Unrecognized File The camera cannot Transfer the unreadable Format read the picture format. picture to the computer (page 79), or delete the picture (page 53). Message High camera temperature. (Camera will be turned off.) Cause The internal temperature of the camera is too high for the camera to operate.
Kodak EasyShare DX6490 zoom digital camera Power Battery, 3.7V Li-Ion 1700 mAh (recommended, included with rechargeable camera); 1050 mAh (optional) AC adapter 5V DC (included with camera dock 6000) Self Timer 10 seconds Tripod socket Yes Video out NTSC or PAL selectable Video resolution 320 x 240 pixels, 24 fps Viewfinder - electronic, EVF 0.44 in. (11.2 mm), color, 800 x 225(180k) (LCD and EVF not simultaneous) pixels. Preview rate: 28 fps White balance Auto, Daylight, Tungsten, Fluorescent Zoom (still capture) 10X optical, 3X digital (30X total)
Original Factory Settings
Feature Color mode Continuous Auto Focus (video capture) Date/Time Date/Time Stamp Default Print Quantity Display Digital Zoom initiation Exposure Compensation Factory Setting Saturated color On 2003/01/01; 12:00 Off 1 EVF, Capture modes; LCD, Review mode Pause 0.0
Feature Exposure Metering Mode Flash Focus Zone Image Storage ISO Language Manual (PASM) mode Orientation Sensor Picture Quality Quickview Shutter Sound Slide Show Interval Slide Show Loop Storage Location Video Date Display Video Out White Balance Factory Setting Multi-pattern Auto: Auto, Sport, Portrait, Night, PASM Off: Video, Burst Multi-zone Auto Auto English Program mode (P) On Best On On 5 seconds Off Auto None NTSC Auto
Upgrading Your Software and Firmware
Download the latest versions of the software included on the Kodak EasyShare software CD and the camera firmware (the software that runs on the camera). Visit www.kodak.com/go/dx6490downloads.
Tips, Safety, Maintenance
! Always follow basic safety precautions. Refer to the Important Safety
Instructions booklet packed with your camera.
! Do not allow chemicals, such as suntan lotion, to come into contact with
the painted surface of the camera.
! If the camera has been subjected to inclement weather or you suspect
water has gotten inside the camera, turn off the camera and remove the battery and card. Allow all components to air-dry for at least 24 hours before using the camera again. If this does not resolve the problem, contact customer support (see page 106). ! Clean the lens, EVF, and LCD screen: 1 Blow gently on the lens, EVF, or LCD screen to remove dust and dirt. 2 Wipe the lens, EVF, or LCD screen gently with a soft, lint-free cloth or an untreated lens-cleaning tissue. Do not use cleaning solutions unless they are designed specifically for camera lenses. Do not wipe the camera lens, EVF, or LCD screen with chemically treated eyeglass lens tissue. It may scratch the lens. ! Wipe the outside of the camera with a clean, dry cloth. Never use harsh or abrasive cleaners or organic solvents on the camera or any of its parts. ! Connect a tripod directly to the camera; do not connect a tripod to the camera dock. ! Service agreements are available in some countries. Contact a dealer of Kodak products for more information. ! For digital camera disposal or recycling information, contact your local authorities. In the US, visit the Electronics Industry Alliance Web site at www.eiae.org or the Kodak Web site at www.kodak.com/go/dx6490support.
Index exposure compensation, all modes, 21 compensation, PASM mode, 20 metering, 37 external flash, 28 external flash connector, v external video device setting video out, 71 viewing pictures/videos, 58 F favorites, tagging, 66 FCC compliance, 117 file formats, 109 file names, card, 115 file size, setting, 33 fill flash, 26 firmware upgrading, 112 version, 73 flash changing settings, 26 distance range, 26 external, v, 28 icon behavior, 27 open button, vi settings per mode, 27 unit, iii
flip-up flash, 26 flourescent light, 34 focus distances, specifications, 110 framing marks, 23 soft, 39 zone, 38 folders, card, 115 formatting, internal memory/card, 72 framing your picture, 23 front view, camera, iii G good quality, 33 guidelines, battery, 15 H help camera dock, 87 support, 105 technical support, 105 web links, 105 I i button (status), 8 icons flash, 27 mode dial, 18
Index picture taking modes, 18 review menu, 54 setup menu, 67 Share menu, 63 image storage menu, 12 indoor pictures, tungsten light, 34 information about camera, 73 about pictures/videos, 60 insert, custom/universal, 82 installing battery, 4 custom insert, 82 SD/MMC card, 11 software, 77 internal memory formatting, 72 setting storage location, 12 storage capacity, 114 troubleshooting, 98 ISO speed, 35 J jog dial changing PASM settings, 21 location, iii joystick, iv K Kodak EasyShare software getting help, 105 installing, 77 upgrading, 112 Kodak web sites, 105 L landscape, 22 landscape button, vi language, setting, 71 LCD screen, iv changing display, 7 lens cleaning, 113 location, iii protect during review, 61 specifications, 110 lens cap, 4 lighting conditions, using white balance, 34 lights battery charger, 3 camera dock, 85, 86 camera, mode, 102 loading battery, 4 SD/MMC card, 11
Index software, 77 M Macintosh installing software on, 77 system requirements, 76 magnify picture, 54 maintenance, camera, 113 manual mode, 19 matrix metering, 37 memory inserting card, 11 internal, 12 removeable card, 12 storage capacities, 114 storage location setting, 12 menu button, iv review mode, 54 setup mode, 67 Share mode, 63 still modes, 3132 video mode, 47 metering, exposure, 37 microphone, location, iii MISC folder, card, 115 MMC card, inserting, 11 mode dial, iv, 18 mode light, iv, 102
modes, picture taking available shutter speeds, 18 description, turning off, 70 flash settings, 27 menu options, 3132 overview, 18 PASM, 19 video, 45 monitor, requirements, 75 multi-pattern, 37 multiple pictures, viewing, 52 multi-zone, 38 N neck strap, attaching, iv, 4 neutral color mode, 36 night mode, 18 Ni-MH battery pack, 81 noise, preventing audio record, 47 NTSC, video out setting, 71 O OK button, iv online prints, ordering, 80 open flash, 26 optical zoom, 25, 46 orientation sensor, 43 outdoor pictures, 34
Index overview PASM mode, 19 picture taking modes, 18 P package contents camera, 2 camera dock, 81 PAL, video out setting, 71 PASM mode checking settings, 9 on mode dial, 18 overview, 19 resetting to defaults, 40 screen options, 20 using, 21 pictures checking location, 13 checking settings, 10 copying, 59 date imprint, 42 deleting, 53 emailing tagged, 65 file naming, 115 locating on card, 115 magnifying, 54 printing, 80 printing tagged, 64 protecting, 55 quality, setting, 33 reviewing, 51 reviewing, camera dock, 87 storage capacity, 114 tagging, 41, 56, 64 taking, 17 taking, modes, 18 transfer via camera, 79 transfer via camera dock, 86 viewing multi-up, 52 viewing on television, 58 playing a video, 52 portrait mode, 18 power auto off, 116 camera, 5 camera dock, 83 on/off, iv printer dock, 80 printing 4 x 6 prints, 33 changing default quantity, 68 from a card, 80 optimizing printer, 105 order online, 80 pictures, 80 tagged pictures, 64, 80 this user guide, 1 without a computer, 80
|Product Type||Digital camera|
|Optical Sensor Type||CCD|
|Total Pixels||4,230,000 pixels|
|Effective Sensor Resolution||4,000,000 pixels|
|Optical Sensor Size||1/2.5"|
|Light Sensitivity||ISO 100, ISO 800, ISO 400, ISO 200, ISO 80, ISO auto (80-160)|
|Digital Zoom||3 x|
|Shooting Modes||Frame movie mode|
|Shooting Programs||Landscape, portrait mode, night mode, close-up, sports mode|
|Special Effects||Black & White, Sepia, Saturation, Neutral|
|Max Shutter Speed||1/1700 sec|
|Min Shutter Speed||16 sec|
|Exposure Metering||Multi-segment, center-weighted, spot|
|Exposure Modes||Program, automatic, manual, aperture-priority, shutter-priority|
|Exposure Compensation||±2 EV range, in 1/3 EV steps|
|White Balance||Automatic, presets|
|White Balance Presets||Fluorescent, tungsten light, daylight|
|Digital Video Format||QuickTime|
|Still Image Format||JPEG|
|Continuous Shooting Speed||3 frames per second|
|Video Capture||QuickTime - 320 x 240 - 20 fps - 4800 sec - max clip duration QuickTime - 320 x 240 - 20 fps - 52 sec - with 16MB built-in memory|
|Memory / Storage|
|Supported Flash Memory||MultiMediaCard, SD Memory Card|
|Integrated Memory||16 MB|
|Image Storage||JPEG 2304 x 1728 : 10 - with 16MB built-in memory JPEG 2304 x 1536 : 12 - with 16MB built-in memory JPEG 1656 x 1242 : 18 - with 16MB built-in memory JPEG 1200 x 900 : 30 - with 16MB built-in memory|
|Flash Modes||Fill-in mode, auto mode, flash OFF mode, red-eye reduction|
|Red Eye Reduction||Yes|
|Effective Flash Range||1.6 ft - 16 ft|
|Type||Zoom lens - 6.3 mm - 63 mm - f/2.8-3.7|
|Focal Length||6.3 mm - 63 mm|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||38 - 380mm|
|Min Focus Range||23.6 in|
|Macro Focus Range||4.7 in - 27.6 in|
|Optical Zoom||10 x|
|Zoom Adjustment||Motorized drive|
|Lens Construction||7 group(s) / 11 element(s)|
|Self Timer Delay||10 sec|
|Flash Terminal||PC terminal|
|Additional Features||Audio recording, direct print, built-in speaker, auto power save, digital noise reduction, DPOF support, camera orientation detection|
|Viewfinder Color Support||Color|
|Viewfinder Diagonal Size||0.44"|
|Viewfinder Resolution||180,000 pixels|
|Type||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 2.2" - color|
|Display Form Factor||Built-in|
|Display Format||153,000 pixels|
|Type||Microphone - built-in|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Mono|
|Connector Type||1 x USB 1 x composite video/audio output 1 x docking station 1 x DC power input|
|Expansion Slot(s)||1 x SD Memory Card|
|Software||Drivers & Utilities, Kodak EasyShare|
|System Requirements for PC Connection|
|Operating System Support||MS Windows XP, MS Windows 2000, MS Windows ME, MS Windows 98, MS Windows 98 SE, Apple Mac OS X|
|Peripheral Devices||USB port, CD-ROM drive|
|System Requirements Details||Windows 98/98SE/2000/ME/XP - Pentium II - 233 MHz - 64 MB - 100 MB MacOS X - 128 MB - 200 MB|
|Included Accessories||Lens cap, neck strap, docking station insert|
|Cables Included||1 x A/V cable 1 x USB cable|
|Power Device||Power adapter - external|
|Supported Battery Details||1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery - 1700 mAh ( included )|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year|
|Min Operating Temperature||32 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||104 °F|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||8500282, DX6490|
|GTIN||00041778206768, 00041771631420, 00041778500286|
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