Kodak DX7590 Manual
Kodak DX7590 Digital Camera, size: 5.9 MB
w/ KODAK EASYSHARE Camera Dock 6000, MultiMediaCard, SD Memory Card, 1y warranty, F/2.8-3.7
There's a world of inspiring beauty out there, and the Kodak EasyShare DX7590 zoom digital camera is designed to capture it all. A professional-quality 10X optical zoom Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon lens for amazingly crisp pictures. Five megapixels for prints up to 20" x 30". And powerful, high-performance features offer exceptional control. The DX7590. Engineered to perform. Certain to impress. This camera comes with Kodak EasyShare Camera Dock 6000. What makes the Kodak EasyShare... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Kodak DX7590 photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|DanG||6:42pm on Tuesday, October 12th, 2010|
|I bought my Kodak a couple years ago. It has turned out to be a very good all around camera. I have bought a stand for my longer or darker shots. Really easy to use,easy to plug it in tv . I have not had any problems with it yet|
|Lee Chenhwa||12:16am on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010|
|After two and half+ years of regular use, this is still my "regular" camera for all around use.|
|kduryee||11:50am on Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010|
|I like take photo with my new carmer the picture come out relt nice and clear I buy my camera to take picutre for the church i go to so for the ...|
|bbuck1954||11:15am on Friday, June 18th, 2010|
|I researched what camera to buy for a few weeks before I settled on this Kodak DX7590. I have used this camera for over a year now & find it to be everything I wanted in a digital camera. Ease of use Great Pictures None|
|brunoa||12:14am on Friday, June 18th, 2010|
|Great mini tripod My wife was looking for a small tripod to photograph insects and flowers and we ran across this tripod on Amazon.|
|smith_vsea||12:25pm on Thursday, May 27th, 2010|
|picture quality, ease of use, preset settings, zoom size, too big to fit in a pocket Great pictures, Easy to use, Great video Biger then the smaller cameras out there wont fit in pocket|
|ginger_c0918||2:13am on Thursday, April 8th, 2010|
|After 60+ years of 35mm photography, the dx7590 is my third digital camera. Ease of use, lens quality, speed, smooth telephoto transition. After 60+ years of 35mm photography, the dx7590 is my third digital camera. It is an absolute pleasure to use.|
|BillHarris||8:07am on Saturday, March 13th, 2010|
|I have now owned this model for approx 2 years. I also own the wide angle photo lens too.|
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Kodak EasyShare DX7590 zoom digital camera
www.kodak.com For interactive tutorials, www.kodak.com/go/howto For help with your camera, www.kodak.com/go/dx7590support
Eastman Kodak Company 343 State Street Rochester, New York 14650 Eastman Kodak Company, 2004 All screen images are simulated. Kodak and EasyShare are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company. Schneider-Kreuznach, Xenar, and Variogon are trademarks of Jos. Schneider Optische Werke GmbH used under license by Eastman Kodak Company. P/N 4J1301
Top, front view
Jog dial Shutter button Microphone
Flip-up flash Self-Timer/Video light Lens
SD/MMC card slot Diopter dial External flash connector External-flash-connector cover
USB port/ DC-In/ A/V-Out cover USB port DC-In (5V) A/V Out (for TV viewing)
1 Neck strap post 2 EVF/LCD toggle button 3 EVF (Electronic Viewfinder) 4 On/Off button 5 Zoom (Wide Angle/Telephoto) 6 Neck strap post 7 Status button 8 Share button 9 Joystick (move OK button (press) );
Mode dial Review button Menu button Delete button Power ring LCD screen (Liquid Crystal Display)
Top and bottom views
Top 7 Speaker 8 Exposure bracketing / 9 First burst /Last burst button Close-up /Landscape button Flash button Flip-up flash Open flash switch Shutter button 10 11
Bottom Battery door Tripod socket/locator for EasyShare camera dock or printer dock Dock connector Locator for EasyShare camera dock or printer dock
Table of contents
1 Getting started... 1
Package contents... 1 Installing the software first... 1 Charging the battery... 2 Inserting the battery... 2 Important battery information... 3 Turning the camera on and off... 4 Setting the language... 4 Setting the date and time... 5 Changing the display, EVF or LCD.. 6 Checking camera and picture status.. 6 Storing pictures on a SD or MMC card.. 7
2 Taking pictures and videos.. 8
Taking a picture... 8 Taking a video... 11 QuickviewReviewing the picture or video just taken. 12 Using optical zoom... 13 Using advanced digital zoom... 13 Picture-taking modes... 14 Using the flip-up flash... 20 Using an external flash unit... 23 Shooting close-up and landscape pictures.. 23 Using exposure bracketing.. 24 Using burst... 25 Changing picture-taking settings... 26 Using setup to customize your camera.. 30 Putting yourself in the picture or video.. 32 Pre-tagging for album names... 32 Tips for better pictures... 34
3 Reviewing pictures and videos.. 37
Viewing single pictures and videos.. 37 Viewing multiple pictures and videos.. 38 Playing a video... 38 Deleting pictures and videos.. 39 Magnifying pictures... 39 Changing optional review settings... 39 Protecting pictures and videos from deletion. 40 Viewing picture/video information... 40 iv
Tagging pictures/videos for albums.. 40 Running a slide show... 41 Displaying pictures and videos on a television.. 42 Copying pictures and videos.. 43
4 Installing the software... 44
Install the software... 45
5 Sharing pictures and videos... 46
When can I tag my pictures and videos?.. 46 Tagging pictures for printing.. 47 Tagging pictures and videos for emailing... 47 Tagging pictures as favorites... 49
6 Transferring and printing pictures.. 51
Transferring pictures/videos with the USB cable. 51 Printing from a Kodak EasyShare printer dock or your computer. 52 Printing from an optional SD or MMC card.. 52 Ordering prints online... 52 Direct printing with a PictBridge-enabled printer.. 52
Setting the date & time, anytime
1 Turn on the camera. Press the Menu button. 2 Move the Joystick OK button. 3 Move the Joystick OK button. to highlight Setup Menu to highlight Date & Time , then press the , then press the
4 Move the Joystick to adjust the date and time. Move the Joystick to advance to the next setting. 5 When finished, press the OK button. 6 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. NOTE: Depending on your computer operating system, Kodak EasyShare software may update the camera clock when you connect the camera. See the EasyShare software Help for details.
Changing the display, EVF or LCD
Your camera has an Electronic Viewfinder (EVF). The EVF, like the LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) screen, displays what the camera captures.
EVF/LCD toggle button
Press the EVF/LCD toggle button to change the screen from EVF to LCD, and back. The selection remains until you press the button again.
NOTE: The EVF/LCD screen turns off after 1 minute if no pictures are taken. Press any button to turn the display back on.
Using the diopter dial
You can adjust the EVF sharpness for your eyesight.
Look through the EVF. Turn the Diopter dial until the viewfinder image is sharp.
Checking camera and picture status
The icons that appear on the EVF/LCD screen indicate the active camera and picture settings.
Press the Status off and on.
button to turn the icons
Storing pictures on a SD or MMC card
Your camera has 32 MB of internal memory. You can purchase at a dealer of Kodak products or at www.kodak.com/global/en/digital/accessories optional SD cards for removable, reusable storage for your pictures and videos. NOTE: We recommend Kodak SD or MMC cards. Other SD brands are acceptable, but must possess the SD logo. (The SD logo is a trademark of the SD Card Association.) When using the card for the first time, format it in this camera before taking pictures (see page 31). CAUTION: The card can only be inserted one way; forcing it may damage the camera or card. Do not insert or remove a card when the green ready light is blinking; doing so may damage your pictures, card, or camera. 1 Turn off the camera, then open the card door. 2 Orient the card as shown on the camera body. 3 Push the card all the way into the slot. 4 Close the door. To remove the card, turn off the camera. Push the card in, then release it. When the card is partially ejected, pull it out. See page 65 for storage capacities.
Taking pictures and videos
Taking a picture
The camera is always ready to take picturesin Review, Share, or Setup but not in Favorites. (In Video mode, the camera captures video.) 1 Press the On/Off button. 2 Turn the Mode dial to the desired setting. NOTE: Use Auto for general picture-taking situations. (See page 14 for other camera-mode options.) 3 Use the EVF or LCD screen to frame your subject. (Press the EVF/LCD toggle button to switch to the other. See page 6.) The EVF /LCD screen displays a mode description and a live view. NOTE: To take flash pictures, open the flip-up flash (see page 20). An Open Flash warning appears on the EVF/LCD screen when the flash unit needs to be open.
Open Flash warning
4 Press the Shutter button halfway to set the Auto Focus (AF) and Auto Exposure (AE). The AF/AE indicator is displayed. If the focus and/or exposure fails, recompose the shot and try again. 5 Continue pressing the Shutter button completely down to take the picture.
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Using the auto-focus framing marks
When using the camera EVF/LCD screen as a viewfinder, framing marks indicate where the camera is focusing. For the best pictures, the camera attempts to focus on foreground subjects, even if the subjects are not centered in the scene. 1 Press the Shutter button halfway and hold. When the framing marks turn from blue to green, focus is accomplished.
While the shutter button is pressed halfway:
Center focus Framing marks Center wide focus Side focus
Center and side focus Left and right focus
2 If the camera is not focusing on the desired subject (or if the framing marks disappear), release the Shutter button and recompose the scene. 3 Press the Shutter button completely down to take the picture. NOTE: Framing marks do not appear in Landscape or Video mode. When you use Focus Zone (page 28) and set Center Zone, the framing marks are fixed at Center Wide.
Only active camera settings are displayed:
Flash Landscape/ Close-up Date stamp Album name Zoom: digital telephoto wide Burst Picture size Compression Pictures/time remaining Storage location AF mode Focus zone Exposure metering White balance ISO Low battery (flashing = exhausted) Camera mode Flash compensation Exposure compensation
Aperture Shutter speed
Capture modesshutter pressed halfway
Press the Shutter button halfway to display the active manual settings:
Slow shutter speed warning Open flash warning Auto Focus/ Auto Exposure (AF/AE indicator)
Auto focus framing marks ISO
Flash compensation Exposure compensation
Taking a video
NOTE: You can change optical zoom before (but not during) video recording. 1 Turn the Mode dial to Video. to highlight Video Size, 2 Press the Menu button. Move the Joystick then press the OK button. 3 Move the Joystick OK button.
to highlight the desired Size, then press the
4 To eliminate camera noise during recording, turn off Continuous AF (see page 28). 5 Use the EVF or LCD screen to frame your subject. (Press the EVF/LCD toggle button to switch to the other screen, see page 6.) 6 Press the Shutter button completely down and release. To stop recording, press and release the Shutter button again. During recording, REC blinks on the screen and the elapsed time is displayed. NOTE: If you prefer, press the Shutter button completely down and hold it for more than 2 seconds to begin recording. To stop recording, release the Shutter button. Recording also stops if the storage location is full. See page 66 for video storage capacities.
QuickviewReviewing the picture or video just taken
After you take a picture or video, the EVF or LCD screen displays a Quickview for approximately 5 seconds. While the picture or video is displayed, you can:
Review: If you take no action, the picture/video is saved. Play (video): Press the OK button to play the video. Move the Joystick to adjust the volume. Press OK again to pause the video. Share: Press the Share button to tag a picture/video for email (see page 47) or as a favorite, or to tag a picture for print. (See page 47.)
Delete: Press the Delete button while the picture/video and are displayed. NOTE: Only the final picture of exposure bracketing (see page 24) or burst series (see page 25) is displayed during Quickview. If you select Delete, all pictures in the burst series are deleted. To delete selectively, do so in Review (see page 39).
Using optical zoom
Use optical zoom to get up to 10X closer to your subject. Optical zoom is effective when the lens is no closer than 2 ft (0.6 m) from the subject. (See Tips for better pictures on page 34.) You can change optical zoom before (but not during) video recording. IMPORTANT: Place the camera on a sturdy surface or tripod when you take high-zoom pictures. 1 Use the EVF or LCD screen to frame your subject. 2 Push the Zoom button toward Telephoto (T) to zoom in. Push it toward Wide Angle (W) to zoom out. The EVF or LCD screen displays the zoomed image and the zoom indicator. 3 Press the Shutter button halfway and hold to set the exposure and focus, then press completely down to take the picture. (When taking videos, press and release the Shutter button.)
Zoom indicator Digital zoom range Optical zoom range
Using advanced digital zoom
Use advanced digital zoom in any Still mode to get an additional 3X magnification beyond optical zoom; available settings are from 12X to 30X. IMPORTANT: Place the camera on a sturdy surface or tripod when you take high-zoom pictures. 1 Push the Zoom button to the telephoto optical zoom limit (10X). Release the button, then push it again. The EVF or LCD screen displays the zoomed image and the zoom indicator. 2 Press the Shutter button halfway and hold to set the exposure and focus, then press completely down to take the picture. NOTE: You cannot use digital zoom for video recording. IMPORTANT: You may notice a decrease in printed image quality when using digital zoom. The blue slider on the zoom indicator pauses, then turns red when the picture size is approximately 1 MP. For an acceptable 4 x 6 in. (10 x 15 cm) print, ensure that the slider remains blue.
Favorites Viewing your favorites. (See page 49.) Scene Sport Point-and-shoot simplicity when taking pictures under 14 special conditions. (See Scene modes, page 16.) Subjects that are in motion. Shutter speed is fast. The camera pre-settings are f/2.8f/3.7, Multi-Pattern Exposure Metering, Multi-Zone Focus, ISO100ISO 200. Full-frame portraits of people. Allows the subject to be sharp and the background to be indistinct. For best results, position your subject at least 6 ft (2 m) away and fill the frame with a head and shoulder pose. Use Telephoto to exaggerate background blur. The camera pre-settings are f/2.8f/3.7, Multi-Pattern Exposure Metering, Multi-Zone Focus, ISO 100.
1 Turn the Mode dial to Scene. 2 Move the Joystick to display Scene mode descriptions. NOTE: If the screen turns off, press the OK button. 3 Press the OK button to choose a Scene mode.
Use this SCN mode For Close-up Subjects closer than 28 in. (70 cm). Camera pre-settings f/2.8f/3.7, Macro Focus, CenterWeight Metering, Center-Zone Focus, ISO 100
Landscape Distant scenery. Flash f/2.8f/3.7, Infinity Focus, Multi-Pattern Exposure Metering, does not fire. Daylight White Balance, ISO 100 Auto-focus framing marks (page 9) are not available in Landscape. Night Portrait f/2.8f/3.7, Multi-Pattern Exposure Reduces red eye of people in night scenes Metering, Multi-Zone Focus, ISO 140 or low-light conditions. Place the camera on a flat, steady surface or use a tripod. f/2.8f/3.7, Infinity Focus, Daylight White Balance, Center-Weight Metering, Daylight White balance, ISO 100 f/2.8f/3.7, +1 Exposure Compensation, Center-Weight Metering, Multi-Zone Focus, ISO 100 f/2.8f/3.7, +1 Exposure Compensation, Center-Weight Metering, Daylight White balance, ISO 100 f/2.8f/3.7, Macro Focus, +1 Exposure Compensation, Center-Weight Metering, ISO 140
Distant scenery at Night Landscape night. Flash does not fire. Place the camera on a flat, steady surface or use a tripod. Snow Bright snow scenes.
Bright beach scenes.
Use this SCN mode For Camera pre-settings
Fireworks Flash does not fire. f/5.6, 2 second exposure, Infinity Place the camera on a Focus, Center-Weight Metering, flat, steady surface or Daylight White Balance, ISO 100 use a tripod. Flower Close-ups of flowers or f/2.8f/3.7, Macro Focus, Daylight other small subjects in White balance, Center-Zone Focus, bright light. Center-Weight Metering, ISO 140 Quiet occasions, like a f/2.8f/3.7, no sounds, no flash, wedding or lecture. Multi-Pattern Exposure Metering, Flash and sound are Multi-Zone Focus, ISO 100 disabled. Close-ups of yourself. f/2.8, Macro Focus, Multi-Pattern Assures proper focus Exposure Metering, Multi-Zone and minimizes red eye. Focus, Red-Eye Flash, ISO 100 People indoors. Minimizes red eye. f/2.8f/3.7, Multi-Pattern Exposure Metering, Multi-Zone Focus, Red-Eye Flash, ISO 140
Action pictures of f/2.8f/3.7, Multi-Pattern Exposure children in bright light. Metering, Multi-Zone Focus, ISO 140 f/2.8f/3.7, Multi-Pattern Exposure Metering, Multi-Zone Focus, Fill-Flash, ISO 100
Backlight Subjects that are in shadow or backlit (when light is behind the subject).
P, A, S, M, and C modes
Settings you change in P, A, S or M modes apply only to pictures taken in those modes. Settings you change in C mode apply only to pictures taken in that mode. For example, if you change the Color Mode to Sepia while in P, A, S, or M mode, you still retain the default setting of Color for Auto and Scene modes. NOTE: The settings, including Flash, are maintained for P, A, S, M, and C modeseven when you change modes or turn off the camera. Use Reset to Default (see page 29) to reset P, A, S, M, or C mode to its default setting. Aperturealso known as f-stop, controls the size of the lens opening, which determines the depth of field. Smaller f-numbers, for example f/2.8, refers to a bigger lens opening. Larger f-numbers, for example f/8, refers to a smaller lens opening. Larger f-numbers keep the main subject sharp; good for landscapes and well-lit conditions. Smaller f-numbers are good for portraits and low-light conditions. The highest and lowest aperture numbers may be affected by optical zoom.
Aperture Shutter speed Exposure compensation Flash compensation Mode setting
Shutter speedcontrols how long the shutter stays open. A shaking hand icon warns of slow shutter speeds. (Use a tripod for slow shutter speeds.) Exposure Compensationallows the user to manually adjust the exposure; good for controlling backlit or non-standard scenes. If the picture is too light, decrease the setting; if its too dark, increase the setting. Flash Compensationcontrols the flash brightness (+0.5, +1.0, 0.5, 1.0). You must be within flash range. Unavailable if flash setting is Off. ISOcontrols sensitivity of the camera sensor (80,100, 200, 400, 800). Higher settings are more sensitive to light, but may produce unwanted noise in a picture. You can only use ISO 800 if you are in the 1.8 MP Picture Size setting. (See Picture Size, page 26.) See Tips for better pictures on page 34. 18
Using the jog dial to change P, A, S, M, or C mode settings
The Jog dial controls the f-number, shutter speed, exposure and flash compensations, and ISO. Use the Menu button to control all other settings.
Jog dial: Rotate to move the cursor or change settings. Press to open or save settings.
P, A, S, M, or C mode options Whiteselectable Greynon-selectable Yellowchangeable value Redout of range
1 Turn the Mode dial to P, A, S, M, or C. The mode options are displayed. 2 Use the Jog dial:
Rotate the Jog dial to move the cursor. the available settings. Press the Jog dial to open a setting. Rotate the Jog dial to change the setting Press the Jog dial to save the setting.
3 Press the Menu button to change other settings (see page 26). 4 Take a picture.
Using the flip-up flash
Use the flash when you take pictures at night, indoors, or outdoors in heavy shadows. You can change the flash setting in most Still modes, except Burst; the default setting is restored when you exit the mode or turn off the camera.
Turning on the flash
Slide the open flash switch to raise the flash and to turn it on. NOTE: The flash unit must be open to use the flash and to change the flash modes. An Open Flash warning appears on the EVF/LCD screen when the flash unit needs to be open.
Changing the flash settings
Press the flash button repeatedly to scroll through the flash modes (see Flash modes table). NOTE: The active flash icon is displayed in the EVF/LCD screen status area. Flash-to-subject distance Zoom position Wide angle Telephoto Flash-icon behavior Blinking Cause Flash is charging. Flash button is pressed, flash unit is closed. Flash distance 216.1 ft (0.64.9 m) @ ISO 140 6.612.1 ft (2.03.7 m) @ ISO 140 Action Wait. Take picture when the icon stops blinking. Open flash unit or take the picture without flash.
Flash modes Auto Flash Fill Flash fires When the lighting conditions require it. Every time you take a picture, regardless of the lighting conditions. Use when the subject is in shadow or is backlit (when the sun is behind the subject). In low light, hold the camera steady or use a tripod. See Tips for better pictures on page 34.
Red-eye Once, so the subjects eyes become accustomed to the flash, then fires again when the picture is taken. (If the lighting conditions require flash but do not require Red-eye reduction, the flash may fire only once.) Off Never
NOTE: Rear-curtain-flash sync activates automatically when the flash is fired and the shutter speed is set at 1/30 second or longer. The flash fires just before the shutter closes to create a stream-of-light effect behind a moving object for a more natural appearance. This feature prevails only in S, M, and C and in Night portrait mode.
Flash settings in each mode
Flash settings are pre-set for each picture-taking mode.
Capture modes Auto Portrait Sports
P, A, S, P, A, S, M, or C M, C
Default setting Available settings Auto* Auto* Auto* Auto* Auto, Off, Fill Flash, Red-eye Auto, Off, Fill Flash, Red-eye Auto, Off, Fill Flash, Red-eye Auto, Off, Fill Flash, Red-eye
Scene modes Close-up Landscape Night Portrait Off Off Red-eye* Auto, Off, Fill Flash Off Auto, Off, Fill Flash, Red-eye
Capture modes Default setting Available settings Off Auto, Off, Fill Flash, Red-eye Auto, Off, Fill Flash, Red-eye Auto, Off Off Auto, Off, Fill Flash Off Auto, Off, Fill Flash, Red-eye Auto, Off, Fill Flash, Red-eye Auto, Off, Fill Flash, Red-eye Fill Off Off Off Off
Night Landscape Off Snow Beach Text Fireworks Flower Auto* Auto* Off Off Off
Manner/Museum Off Self-Portrait Party Children Backlight Video First burst Last burst Exposure bracketing Red-eye* Red-eye* Auto* Fill Off Off Off Off
* When you change to Auto or Red-eye in these modes, it becomes the default until you change it.
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. 1 Turn off the camera and flash unit. 2 Open the External-flash-connector cover.
External flash connector
3 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. The flash synchronizes at any shutter speed. Refer to your external flash unit users guide for details. NOTE: The connector accepts all standard external flash cables, maximum 500 volts.
Shooting close-up and landscape pictures
Use the Close-up/Landscape button to take pictures of scenes that are very close or very far away. (Not available in Scene modes.)
1 Set the Mode dial to any Capture mode. 2 Press the Close-up/Landscape button repeatedly until the or icon appears in the status bar. 3 Take a picture.
Use the Close-up setting to gain sharpness and detail in pictures at close range. Use available light instead of flash if possible. The camera automatically sets the focus distance depending on the zoom position:
Zoom position Wide angle Telephoto Close-up distance 4.7 to 27.6 in. (0.12 to 0.7 cm) 3.9 to 6.9 ft (1.2 to 2.1 m)
See Tips for better pictures on page 34.
Use the Landscape setting to gain maximum sharpness of far away scenes. With this setting, the camera uses infinity auto-focus. Auto-focus framing marks (see page 9) are not available in Landscape.
Using exposure bracketing
Option Description Purpose The camera takes 3 pictures Determine the best exposure level for one at +, one at 0, and one your conditions based on your at exposure. evaluation of 3 pictures.
1 Set the exposure bracketing interval. (See Exposure Bracketing Interval, page 27.) 2 In most Still modes, press the Exposure bracketing button repeatedly to choose. 3 Press the Shutter button halfway and hold to set the auto focus and exposure. 4 Press the Shutter button completely down to take the pictures. The camera takes 3 pictures. To evaluate them, press the Review button. Exposure bracketing turns off after the pictures are taken.
Using exposure compensation with exposure bracketing
In P, A, and S modes, you can use exposure compensation in conjunction with exposure bracketing.
If exposure compensation is set to 0.0 +1.0 1.0 the default +/-0.3 And if the exposure bracketing interval is set to Then the exposures taken are 0.3, 0.0, +0.3 +0.7, +1.0, +1.3 1.3, 1.0, 0.7
Option Description Camera takes up to 5 pictures (2 per second) while the Shutter button is pressed. First Burst
First 5 pictures are saved.
Purpose Capture an expected event. Example: A person swinging a golf club. Capture an event when the precise timing is uncertain. Example: A child blowing out birthday candles.
Camera takes up to 30 pictures (2 per second for up to 15 seconds) while the Shutter button is pressed. When the Shutter button is released, only the last 4 pictures are saved.
Last 4 pictures are saved.
2 Move the Joystick
NOTE: The camera holds a limited number of favorites. Use Camera Favorites in the EasyShare software to customize the size of your camera Favorites section. For more information, click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software.
In Favorites mode, press the Menu button to access optional settings.
Slide Show (page 41) Multi-up (page 38) Remove all favorites (page 50) Setup Menu (page 30)
NOTE: Pictures taken at the 4.4 MP (3:2) quality setting are displayed at a 3:2 aspect ratio with a black bar at the top of the screen. (See Picture Size, page 26.)
Removing all favorites from your camera
1 Turn the Mode dial to Favorites 2 Press the Menu button. 3 Highlight , then press the OK button. All pictures stored in the Favorites section of internal memory are removed. Favorites are restored to your camera the next time you transfer pictures to the computer. To remove single favorites, do so in EasyShare software. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu.
Preventing favorites from transferring to the camera
1 Open the Kodak EasyShare software. Click the My Collection tab. 2 Go to the Albums view. 3 Click the Camera Favorites Album for your camera. 4 Click Remove Album. The next time you transfer pictures from your camera to the computer, use the Camera Favorites Wizard/Assistant in EasyShare software to recreate your Camera Favorites Album or to turn off the Camera Favorites feature.
Printing and emailing favorites
1 Turn the Mode dial to Favorites 2 Press the Share button. 3 Highlight Print or Email , then press the OK button. NOTE: Favorites that were taken on this camera (not imported from another source) are good for a 4 x 6 in. (10 x 15 cm) print. Press to locate a picture.
Transferring and printing pictures
Transferring pictures/videos 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. See your computer users guide for details. 3 Plug the other end of the USB cable into the labeled USB port on the camera. 4 Turn on the camera. Kodak EasyShare software opens on your computer. The software prompts you through the transfer process. NOTE: Visit www.kodak.com/go/howto for an online tutorial on connecting.
Also available for transferring
You can also use these Kodak products to transfer your pictures and videos:
Kodak EasyShare camera dock, Kodak EasyShare printer dock Kodak multi-card reader, Kodak SD multimedia card reader-writer
Purchase these and other accessories at a dealer of Kodak products or www.kodak.com/go/dx7590accessories.
Printing from a Kodak EasyShare printer dock or your computer
Get information on Kodak EasyShare software Help with Windows operating system and working with digital pictures www.kodak.com/go/easysharesw or click the Help button in the EasyShare software www.kodak.com/go/pcbasics
Get support for cameras, software, accessories, more Get information on Kodak EasyShare printer docks Optimize your printer for truer, more vibrant colors Register your camera www.kodak.com/go/support www.kodak.com/go/printerdocks
Get information on Kodak inkjet products www.kodak.com/go/inkjet www.kodak.com/go/onetouch www.kodak.com/go/register
Telephone customer support
If you have questions concerning the operation of the software or camera, you may speak with a customer support representative.
Before you call
Have the camera, camera dock, or printer dock connected to your computer. Be at your computer, and have the following information available:
Computer model Operating system Processor type and speed (MHz) Amount of memory (MB)
Amount of free hard disk space Camera serial number Version of Kodak EasyShare software Exact error message you received
7260 ++458 6962
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For the most up-to-date listings, visit: http://www.kodak.com/US/en/digital/contacts/DAIInternationalContacts.shtml
For more specifications, visit www.kodak.com/go/dx7590support.
Kodak EasyShare DX7590 zoom digital camera CCD (charge-coupled device) CCD Output image size (picture size) 1/2.5 in. CCD, 4:3 aspect ratio 2576 x 1932 (5.0 M) pixels 2576 x 1716 (4.4 M) pixels 2304 x 1728 (4.0 M) pixels 2048 x 1536 (3.1 M) pixels 1552 x 1164 (1.8 M) pixels Hybrid high-resolution display 2.2 in. (55.9 mm); 640 x 240 (153K) pixels
Display Color LCD
Color Viewfinder LCD and EVF not simultaneous; Electronic (EVF) 0.26 in. (6.5 mm), (311k) pixels. Preview (LCD/EVF) Lens Taking lens Focus system 10X optical zoom lens, f/2.8f/3.7, 38380 mm (35 mm equivalent) Hybrid AF External Passive Sensor; Multi-, Center-, or Selectable-Zones. Continuous AF in movie and preview modes. Working range: Standard wide: 2.0 ft (0.6 m) to infinity Standard tele: 6.6 ft (2.0 m) to infinity Close-up wide: 4.7 to 27.6 in. (0.12 to 0.7 cm) Close-up tele: 3.9 to 6.9 ft (1.2 to 2.1 m) Wide and tele infinity: 65.6 ft (20 m) to infinity 3.0X continuous advanced zoom, 0.2X increments that starts at 10X optical zoom (LCD display mode) 10X, 38380 mm (35 mm equivalent); F= 6.3263.2 mm actual Frame rate: 30 fps
File sizes can vary due to image content and exposure. You may be able to store more or fewer pictures and videos. Favorites take up additional space in internal memory and reduce storage capacity.
Picture storage capacitystandard compression
Number of pictures 5.0 MP 16 MB SD/MMC 32 MB internal memory 32 MB SD/MMC 64 MB SD/MMC 128 MB SD/MMC 256 MB SD/MMC 512 MB SD/MMC 319 4.4 MP (3:2) 4.0 MP 3.1 MP 1.8 MP 391 783
Picture storage capacityfine compression
Number of pictures 5.0 MP 16 MB SD/MMC 32 MB internal memory 32 MB SD/MMC 64 MB SD/MMC 128 MB SD/MMC 256 MB SD/MMC 512 MB SD/MMC 149 4.4 MP (3:2) 4.0 MP 3.1 MP 1.8 MP 194 389
Video storage capacity
Minutes/seconds of video VGA (640 x 480) 16 MB SD/MMC 32 MB internal memory 32 MB SD/MMC 64 MB SD/MMC 128 MB SD/MMC 256 MB SD/MMC 512 MB SD/MMC 59 sec. 1 min. 47 sec. 1 min. 52 sec. 3 min. 59 sec. 7 min. 59 sec. 15 min. 58 sec. 31 min. 57 sec. QVGA (320 x 240) 1 min. 53 sec. 3 min. 23 sec. 3 min. 46 sec. 7 min. 32 sec. 15 min. 4 sec. 30 min. 8 sec. 60 min. 17 sec.
If no action for The camera 1 minute 8 minutes Enters auto power off To turn it back on Press any button or insert/remove card. EVF/LCD screen turns off Press the OK button.
Item Description Where to buy SchneiderExpand your creativity and www.kodak.com/go/ Kreuznach Xenar photographic options with the versatile dx7590accessories 0.7X wide-angle lens 0.7X wide-angle lens. Kodak DX6490/DX7590 lens adapter Lens filter (black-and-white) Allows you to add 55 mm screw-on lenses or filters Neutral density filter 102. Reduces light by 2 f-stops (log density 0.6), 55 mm threads Circular Polarizing filter (55 mm threads) Kodak 5-volt AC adapter Easy way to extend battery life. Plug your camera in while downloading or viewing your pictures.
Kodak performance Stylish, but rugged, for Kodak series digital camera EasyShare series digital cameras. case Kodak EasyShare Delivers outstanding capacity and Li-Ion rechargeable charges up to 300 times in 3 hours battery1700 mAh or less. Kodak Li-Ion rapid battery charger kit Includes six worldwide plugs ranging from 110240 volts. Batteries sold separately.
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English translation: This is a Class B product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference from Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this is used near a radio or television receiver in a domestic environment, it may cause radio interference. Install and use the equipment according to the instruction manual.
Use of this product in any manner that complies with the MPEG-4 visual standard is prohibited, except for use by a consumer engaging in personal and non-commercial activities.
A A/V out, 42 A/V out (for TV viewing) connection location, i about this camera, 31 AC adapter, 3 accessories battery, 3 buying, 59 camera, 67 external flash, 23 printer dock, 52 SD or MMC card, 7 AF control, 28 album, 29 albums, tagging pictures for, 32, 40 aperture priority, 14 aperture, PASM mode, 18 auto, 14 flash, 20 focus framing marks, 9 power-down, 66 B backlight, 17 battery charge via charger, 2 expected life, 3 extending life, 3 inserting, 2 safety and handling, 4 battery door, iii beach, 16 bracketing interval, 27 burst first/last button, iii burst,using, 25 button burst, 25 close-up/landscape, 23 delete, exposure bracketing, 24 flash/status, 20 On/Off, 4 on/off, ii review, 37 share, ii, 46 zoom, 13
C cable audio/video, 1, 42 USB, 1, 51 camera accessories, 67 camera dock, 3 camera screen reviewing pictures, 37 reviewing videos, 37 Canadian compliance, 69 caring for your camera, 64 charging battery via charger, 2 lights, battery charger, 2 children, 17 clock, setting, 5 close-up scenes, 23 close-up button, iii close-up pictures, 24 color mode, 29 compression, 27 computer connecting camera, 51 transfer to, 51 contents, camera box, 1 copy pictures card to memory, 43 memory to card, 43 to computer via USB cable, 51 custom, 15 custom exposure mode, 26
customer support, 60 D date setting, 5 DC-In (5V) connection location, i delete button, ii deleting during quickview, 12 from internal memory, 39 from MMC/SD Card, 39 digital zoom, 30 digital zoom, using, 13 displaying slide show, 41 disposal, recycling, 64 distant scenes, 23 dock printer, 52 dock connector, iii downloading pictures, 51 E EasyShare software, 44 emailing pictures, videos, 47 er, 66 EVF/LCD toggle button, ii exposure compensation, PASM mode, 18 exposure bracketing button, iii exposure metering, 28 external flash, 23 external flash connector location, i external video device viewing pictures, videos, 42 external-flash-connector cover, i F favorites, 15 removing, 50 settings, 50 tagging, 49 FCC compliance, 68
There's a world of inspiring beauty out there, and the Kodak EasyShare DX7590 zoom digital camera is designed to capture it all. A professional-quality 10X optical zoom Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon lens for amazingly crisp pictures. Five megapixels for prints up to 20" x 30". And powerful, high-performance features offer exceptional control. The DX7590. Engineered to perform. Certain to impress. This camera comes with Kodak EasyShare Camera Dock 6000. What makes the Kodak EasyShare Camera Dock 6000 so great is that it makes digital photography so simple? Just place your camera in the dock, touch the button, and your pictures automatically begin to transfer. It even charges your Kodak Camera's Battery. The Kodak EasyShare Camera Dock 6000 does all the work so you can have all the fun.
|Product Type||Digital camera|
|Bundled with||KODAK EASYSHARE Camera Dock 6000|
|Optical Sensor Type||CCD|
|Total Pixels||5,360,000 pixels|
|Effective Sensor Resolution||5,000,000 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||Portrait mode, macro, text, museum, party/indoor, back light, beach/snow, night portrait, self-portrait, children, fireworks, night landscape, flower, sports mode|
|Special Effects||Black & White, Sepia, Neutral|
|Max Shutter Speed||1/1000 sec|
|Min Shutter Speed||16 sec|
|Exposure Metering||Multi-segment, center-weighted, spot|
|Exposure Modes||Program, automatic, manual, aperture-priority, shutter-priority|
|Exposure Range||EV 5.3-16 - wide lens EV 0-16 - tele lens|
|Exposure Compensation||±2 EV range, in 1/3 EV steps|
|Auto Exposure Bracketing||3 steps in 1/2 or 1/3 EV steps|
|White Balance||Automatic, presets|
|White Balance Presets||Fluorescent, tungsten light, daylight, shade|
|Digital Video Format||QuickTime|
|Still Image Format||JPEG|
|Continuous Shooting Speed||2 frames per second|
|Video Capture||QuickTime - 640 x 480 - 12 fps - 4800 sec - max clip duration QuickTime - 320 x 240 - 20 fps - 4800 sec - max clip duration QuickTime - 640 x 480 - 12 fps - 107 sec - with 32MB built-in memory QuickTime - 320 x 240 - 20 fps - 203 sec - with 32MB built-in memory|
|Memory / Storage|
|Supported Flash Memory||MultiMediaCard, SD Memory Card|
|Integrated Memory||32 MB|
|Image Storage||Fine JPEG 2576 x 1932 : 8 - with 32MB built-in memory Fine JPEG 2576 x 1716 : 9 - with 32MB built-in memory Fine JPEG 2304 x 1728 : 10 - with 32MB built-in memory Fine JPEG 2048 x 1536 : 12 - with 32MB built-in memory Fine JPEG 1552 x 1164 : 21 - with 32MB built-in memory Standard JPEG 2576 x 1932 : 17 - with 32MB built-in memory Standard JPEG 2576 x 1716 : 19 - with 32MB built-in memory Standard JPEG 2304 x 1728 : 21 - with 32MB built-in memory Standard JPEG 2048 x 1536 : 27 - with 32MB built-in memory Standard JPEG 1552 x 1164 : 43 - with 32MB built-in memory|
|Flash Modes||Fill-in mode, auto mode, flash OFF mode, red-eye reduction|
|Red Eye Reduction||Yes|
|Effective Flash Range||2 ft - 16 ft|
|Features||Flash +/- compensation|
|Type||Zoom lens - 6.32 mm - 63.2 mm - f/2.8-3.7|
|Focal Length||6.32 mm - 63.2 mm|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||38 - 380mm|
|Auto Focus Points (Zones)||3|
|Min Focus Range||23.6 in|
|Macro Focus Range||4.7 in - 27.6 in|
|Optical Zoom||10 x|
|Zoom Adjustment||Motorized drive|
|Self Timer Delay||10 sec|
|Flash Terminal||PC terminal|
|Additional Features||Audio recording, direct print, built-in speaker, auto power save, digital noise reduction, date/time stamp, digital image rotation, camera orientation detection, PictBridge support|
|Viewfinder Color Support||Color|
|Viewfinder Diagonal Size||0.26"|
|Viewfinder Resolution||311,000 pixels|
|Type||LCD display - 2.2" - color|
|Display Form Factor||Built-in|
|Display Format||153,600 pixels|
|Type||Microphone - built-in|
|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 10.2.3, Apple Mac OS X 10.3.2 or later, Apple Mac OS X 10.3.1|
|Peripheral Devices||USB port, CD-ROM drive|
|System Requirements Details||Windows 98/98SE/2000/ME - 233 MHz - 64 MB - 200 MB Windows XP - 128 MB - 200 MB|
|Included Accessories||Docking station, lens cap, neck strap, docking station insert|
|Cables Included||1 x A/V cable 1 x USB cable|
|Power Device||Battery charger - 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||8742439, 8742439-BN|
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