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!!-Artur-!! 8:57pm on Saturday, October 2nd, 2010 
ease of use, decent pictures, easy to use movie feature, zoom manipulation ease, solid feel batteries discharge quickly, flimsy plastic battery door.
classpeople 12:41am on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010 
Inexpensive, decent camera Battery compartment not well built Battery Life, Excellent Lens, Useful Zoom Range, Ease of Use, & Picture Quality! Battery Door & Fickle Auto Focus. My Kodak DX6340 is 2 years old today. The picture quality is still quite good.
kratzbaum72 3:35am on Sunday, July 11th, 2010 
This camera takes some awesome pictures. It has good ease of use. We were looking for a digital camera to replace our aging Canon AE1 film camera. We were looking in the 3-4 megapixel range.
Beatrice 2:00am on Tuesday, June 1st, 2010 
AWESOME LITTLE CAMERA, BEAUTIFUL PICTURES BATTERY DOOR Excellent camera, gr8 photos Pic under Neon lights blur a bit
ckennedy 2:59am on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010 
I love this digital camera!! It is so simple.Just point and click and you are able to take lots and lots of pictures, which is what I wanted . . .
orndorff 5:40am on Thursday, May 20th, 2010 
A great first digital camera Ease of use, features, great flash, nice weight software problems
johnnyd 3:23am on Sunday, April 25th, 2010 
First, the batteries are easy to find. In a pinch you could use an akaline AA, but it would not last long. Was bought this camera for Xmas 2004. Had it for a year. Not a bad beginners camera, a little slow on processing pictures, picture quality just ok.
tinez 7:43am on Friday, March 12th, 2010 
I love this camera. The zoom works flawlessly and the pix, manual or auto are great. Best in price range. This is my second digital camera. Although it is larger than others it is a great camera.

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What Can I Do With My Pictures and Videos?
Install the software from the Kodak EasyShare software CD, then: TransferTransfer pictures and videos to your computer. SharePrint pictures, order prints online, email pictures and videos. Print(see page 72) Print pictures directly to your home printer or Kodak EasyShare printer dock 6000. Order prints online from Ofoto, a Kodak Company. Or purchase an optional Kodak multimedia card (MMC) or a secure digital (SD) card and: m Automatically print to any printer with an MMC/SD slot m Make prints at an MMC/SD-capable Kodak picture maker http://www.kodak.com/go/picturemaker m Take the card to your local photo retailer for professional printing OrganizeUse Favorites to organize and retrieve pictures on a computer. EditAdd special effects to your pictures, make a custom slide show, fix red-eye, crop, rotate, and much more. For details, click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software. Some Macintosh operating systems may support limited Kodak EasyShare software features. 2

Package Contents

1 Camera 2 Custom insert (for camera dock, see page 74) 3 CRV3 battery (non-rechargeable)
4 USB cable 5 Audio/Video cable (for viewing pictures and videos on television)
Not shown: Users Guide, Quick Start Guide, wrist strap, Kodak EasyShare software CD. (In some countries, the Users Guide is provided on a CD.) Contents may change without notice. 3

Loading the Battery

A CRV3 lithium battery, non-rechargeable, is included with your camera.
1 Turn off the camera. 2 On the bottom of the camera, slide the
battery door and lift to open.
IMPORTANT BATTERY INFORMATION For acceptable battery life and to make sure your camera operates dependably, do not use alkaline batteries. See page 109 for the other types of batteries you can use in your camera.
Attaching the Wrist Strap
1 Thread the short loop of the wrist strap
through the wrist strap post. loop.

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3 Insert the CRV3 battery, as shown. 4 Close the battery door.
2 Thread the long loop through the short

3 Pull until secure.

Turning On the Camera

Ready light Mode dial

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Rotate the Mode dial: Clockwise for still capture modes Counterclockwise for video mode The ready light blinks while the camera performs a self-check, then glows green when the camera is ready to take pictures (or videos, if the mode dial is set to ). In Still and Video modes, status icons appear on the camera screen. See Checking Camera Status, page 7.

LiveviewFraming with the Camera Screen
When you turn on Liveview, the camera screen displays a live image of what the lens sees. Use the camera screen to frame your subject. IMPORTANT: Liveview quickly depletes battery power; use it sparingly.
1 Turn the Mode dial to any On position. 2 Press the OK button to turn on Liveview. 3 Frame your subject in the camera screen.
To use the auto focus framing marks, see page 19. 4 Press the Shutter button half-way and share hold to set the exposure and focus, then EasyShare press the rest of the way down to take the picture. Framing marks 5 To turn off Liveview, press the OK button.

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NOTE: If Quality is set to Best (3:2), the Liveview image is displayed at a 3:2 aspect ratio, as shown, with a black bar at the top of the screen.
To change the Liveview setting so that it is on whenever the camera is on, see page 63.
Using the Auto Focus Framing Marks
In Liveview, the framing marks indicate the area of your scene that the camera is focusing on. For the best possible pictures, the camera attempts to focus on foreground subjects, even if the subjects are not centered in the scene. 1 Press the OK button to turn on Liveview. 2 Press the Shutter button half-way and hold. The framing marks are displayed. When they turn red, focus is accomplished. While the Shutter Button is Pressed Half-way: Center focus Center wide focus Side focus Center and side focus Framing marks Left and right focus
3 Press the Shutter button the rest of the way down to take the picture. 4 If the camera is not focusing on the desired subject (or if the framing
marks disappear), release your finger, recompose the scene, and repeat Steps 2 and 3. NOTE: Framing marks appear only when Liveview is on. Framing marks do not appear in Landscape mode. When you use the Focus Zone feature (page 35) and set Center Zone, the framing marks are fixed at Center wide.
QuickviewReviewing the Picture Just Taken
After you take a picture, the camera screen displays a Quickview of that picture for approximately 5 seconds. While the picture is displayed, you can:

Delete

m Review it: If you take no action, the picture m Share it: Press the Share button to tag the

4 Press the OK button. 5 Press the Menu button to exit the menu.
This setting remains until you change it. 29

Setting Color Mode

Use Color Mode to control color tones and moods. 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Color Mode , then press the OK button.
to highlight an option, then press the OK button. Color (default)for color pictures. Black & Whitefor black and white pictures. Sepiafor pictures with a reddish-brown, antique look. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change the Mode dial or turn off the camera; or, if it was set while in PAS mode, until you use Reset (page 36) to return to the default setting.

Setting White Balance

Whites can look white in daylight, but different under other lighting conditions. Use White Balance to correct the color shifts that result from shooting pictures under different light sources. NOTE: White Balance is available in Landscape, Close-up, and PAS modes. 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight White Balance , then press the OK button.
to highlight an option, then press the OK button. Auto (default) automatically corrects white balance. Ideal for general picture taking. Daylightfor pictures in natural lighting. Tungstencorrects the orange cast of household incandescent (tungsten) or halogen light bulbs. Ideal for indoor pictures without flash. Fluorescentcorrects the green cast of fluorescent lighting. Ideal for indoor pictures under fluorescent lighting without flash. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change the Mode dial or turn off the camera; or, if it was set while in PAS mode, until you use Reset (page 36) to return to the default setting.

Setting ISO Speed

The ISO setting controls the cameras sensitivity to light. Use a lower ISO setting in brightly lit scenes; use a higher ISO setting for low-light scenes. NOTE: ISO settings are available in Landscape, Close-up, and PAS modes. Higher ISO speeds may create a picture that is noisier than a picture taken at lower ISO speeds. 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight ISO Speed , then press the OK button. to highlight an option, then press the OK button. AUTO (default)sets an ISO speed (100-200) based on scene brightness. Ideal for general picture taking. ISO 100for daylight pictures in bright sun, when fine detail is needed. Ideal for portraits or nature scenes. ISO 200for cloudy, overcast days. Ideal when you need extra speed without sacrificing image quality. ISO 400for dusk or night pictures when flash is prohibited. Ideal for sporting events and excellent for indoor shots with or without flash. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change the Mode dial or turn off the camera; or, if it was set while in PAS mode, until you use Reset (page 36) to return to the default setting.

Setting Long Time Exposure
In Landscape mode, use Long Time Exposure to control how long the shutter stays open and to portray a sense of motion. Settings range from 0.7 to 4 seconds. NOTE: Long Time Exposure cannot be used with Exposure Compensation or manual ISO speed setting. When using Long Time Exposure, ISO speed is set to Auto with an automatic value of 100. You can also use PAS mode to set the shutter speed (see page 15).

Set Long Time Exposure

1 Turn the Mode dial to Landscape. 2 Press the Menu button. 3 Press to highlight Long Time

Exposure

, then press the OK button.
4 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 5 Press to select an option, then press

the OK button.

6 Press the Menu button to exit the menu.

Take the Picture

1 Place the camera on a flat surface or use a tripod. 2 Use the camera screen to frame your subject. Press the Shutter button
half-way and hold to set the focus. Press the rest of the way down to take the picture. This setting remains until you change the Mode dial or turn off the camera.
Setting Exposure Metering
Use Exposure Metering to ensure that the proper amount of light enters the camera lens. NOTE: Exposure Metering is available in Landscape, Close-up, and PAS modes. 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Exposure Metering , then press the OK button.
to highlight an option, then press the OK button. Multi-pattern (default)evaluates lighting conditions throughout the image to give an optimum picture exposure. Ideal for general picture taking. Center-weightevaluates the lighting conditions of the subject centered in the viewfinder. Ideal for backlit subjects. Center-spotsimilar to Center-weighted, except the metering is concentrated on a smaller area of the subject centered in the viewfinder. Ideal when you need an exact exposure of a specific area in the picture. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change the Mode dial or turn off the camera; or, if it was set while in PAS mode, until you use Reset (page 36) to return to the default setting.

Setting Focus Zone

If you do not get the composition and focus results you want by using framing marks (page 19), use the Focus Zone feature to select a large or a concentrated area of focus. NOTE: Focus Zone is available in Close-up and PAS modes. 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Focus Zone , then press the OK button.
to highlight an option, then press the OK button. Multi-zone (default) evaluates 3 zones to give an even picture focus. Ideal for general picture taking. Center zoneevaluates the small area centered in the viewfinder. Ideal when precise focus of a specific area in the picture is needed. 4 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change the Mode dial or turn off the camera; or, if it was set while in PAS mode, until you use Reset (page 36) to return to the default setting.

Resetting Manual Settings to Defaults
Reset is available in PAS mode only; it returns all settings to the original factory defaults. Reset does not change settings for any mode except PAS. See page 26 for a list of the settings. 1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Move the joystick to highlight Reset , then press the OK button. to highlight an option, then press the OK button. Continueresets all PAS (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. See page 104 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.

SecondOn Your Camera

1 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 2 Highlight Set Album , then press the

OK button.

to highlight an album name, then press the OK button. Repeat to add pictures to more than one album. Selected albums are noted with 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.
Chapter Highlight Exit, then press the OK button.
Your selections are saved. If you turn on Liveview, your album selection is displayed on the screen. A plus (+) after the album name means more than one album is selected. 6 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change it.
ThirdTransfer to Your Computer
When you transfer the tagged pictures to your computer, the Kodak EasyShare software opens and categorizes your pictures in the appropriate album folder. See the Kodak EasyShare software Help for details.
Placing the Date on Pictures
Use the Date Stamp setting to imprint the date on your pictures. 1 Make sure the camera clock is set to the correct date (page 6). 2 In any Still mode, press the Menu button. 3 Press to highlight Date Stamp , then press the OK button.
to highlight an option, then press the OK button. 5 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. The current date is printed in the bottom right corner of new pictures. This setting remains until you change it.
Setting the Orientation Sensor

You can turn off the Quickview feature (see page 62). When Quickview is turned off, the video is not displayed on the camera screen after you take it.
Use Optical Zoom to get up to 4X closer to your subject. When you turn on the camera, the lens is set to the Wide Angle position. NOTE: You can change Optical Zoom before (but not during) video recording.
Angle (W) to zoom out. The lens extends or retracts. The viewfinder or camera screen displays the zoomed image. 3 Press the Shutter button to take the video.
Changing Optional Video Settings
In Video mode, press the Menu button to access optional video-taking settings. Image Storage (page 10) Album (page 44) Setup Menu (page 61)
Use the Set Album (Video) feature to pre-select album names before you take videos. Then, all the videos you take are tagged with those album names.
1 In Video mode, press the Menu button. 2 Highlight Set Album , then press the OK
button. to highlight an album name, then press the OK button. Repeat to add videos to more than one album. Selected albums are noted with 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. 5 Highlight Exit, then press the OK button. Your selections are saved. If you turn on Liveview, your album selection is displayed on the screen. A plus (+) after the album name means more than one album is selected. 6 Press the Menu button to exit the menu. This setting remains until you change it.
When you transfer the tagged videos to your computer, the Kodak EasyShare software opens and categorizes your videos in the appropriate album folder. See the Kodak EasyShare software Help for details. 44
Putting Yourself in the Video
The Self Timer creates a 10-second delay between the time you press the Shutter button and the time video recording begins.

Self Timer button

2 Turn the Mode dial to Video

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, then press the Self Timer button. 3 Press to highlight a Video Length option, then press the OK button: Unlimitedrecords until you stop recording or until storage is full. Secondsrecords for the specified time or until storage is full. NOTE: If the current storage location does not have adequate space, some video length options are not displayed. (See page 106 for video storage capacities.)

Self Timer/ Video light

4 Compose the scene, then press the Shutter
button completely down. Move so that you are in the scene. The Self Timer/Video light blinks slowly for 8 seconds, then quickly for 2 seconds before the video begins recording. It then stays on while recording. To cancel the Self Timer before the video 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. 45
Reviewing Pictures and Videos

Press the Review button to view and work with your pictures and videos. To save battery power, place your camera in the optional Kodak EasyShare camera dock 6000 to review pictures and videos (see page 80). Remember, press the Shutter button to take a picture anytimeeven in Review.
Viewing Single Pictures and Videos
1 Press the Review button.
The camera screen displays the last picture or video taken.

Review

The icons displayed with each picture indicate the applied features. See Camera Screen Icons, page 8.

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to scroll backward or forward through pictures and videos. For fast scrolling, press and hold. 3 Press the Review button to exit Review.
NOTE: Pictures taken at the Best (3:2) quality setting are displayed at a 3:2 aspect ratio, as shown, with a black bar at the top of the screen.

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Viewing Multiple Pictures and Videos
1 Press the Review button. 2 Press.
NOTE: You can also press the Menu button, highlight , then press the OK button. Thumbnails of nine pictures and videos are displayed at once.

3 Press 4 Press

to display the previous or next row of thumbnails. to scroll through the thumbnails one at a time. The selected picture is highlighted in yellow. 5 Press the OK button to display a single view of the selected picture.

Playing a Video

1 Press the Review button. 2 Press to locate a video (or highlight
one in multiple view). button. NOTE: You can also press the Menu button, highlight , then press the OK button. 4 To adjust the volume, press during playback. 5 To rewind a video, press during playback. To replay the video, press the OK button. 6 To go to the previous or next picture or video, press.
3 To play or pause a video, press the OK
Deleting Pictures and Videos
1 Press the Review button. 2 Press to locate a picture or video (or highlight one in multiple
view), then press the Delete button.
to highlight an option, then press the OK button: PICTURE or VIDEOdeletes the displayed picture or video. EXITexits the Delete screen. ALLdeletes all pictures and videos from your current storage location.
4 To delete other pictures and videos, press. 5 To exit delete, highlight EXIT then press the OK button; or just press the
Delete button again. NOTE: You cannot delete protected pictures and videos in this manner. Remove protection before deleting (page 51).
Changing Optional Review Settings
In Review mode, press the Menu button to access optional review settings. Magnify (pictures)(page 50) Play (videos) (page 48) Share (page 57) Image Storage (page 10) Protect (page 51) Album (page 52) Slide Show (page 53) Copy (page 55) Video Date Display (page 56) Multi-up (page 48) Picture/Video Information (page 56) Setup Menu (page 61)

Magnifying Pictures

1 Press the Review button, then locate a picture. 2 To magnify at 2X, press the OK button. To

SecondTag On Your Camera

to locate a picture. 2 Highlight Email , then press the OK button. 3 Press to highlight an email address, then press the OK button. To tag other pictures with the same address, press to scroll through the pictures. When the picture you want is displayed, press OK. To send the pictures to more than one address, repeat step 3 for each address. Selected addresses are checked. 4 To remove a selection, highlight a checked address and press the OK button. To remove all email selections, highlight Clear All. 5 Press to highlight Exit, then press the OK button. Your selections are saved. The email icon appears in the status area. 6 Press the Share button to exit the menu.

ThirdTransfer and Email

When you transfer the tagged pictures and videos to your computer, the Kodak EasyShare software email screen opens and lets you send the pictures and videos to the addresses you specified. For details, click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software. 59
Tagging Pictures and Videos as Favorites
to locate a picture. 2 Press to highlight Favorite , then press the OK button. The Favorite icon appears in the status area. 3 To remove the tag, press the OK button again. 4 Press the Share button to exit the menu.
Using Favorites On Your Computer
When you transfer Favorite pictures and videos to your computer, you can use Kodak EasyShare software to retrieve, organize, and label them by subject, date, event, or any category you choose. For details, click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software.

Need Help?

Click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software for details on creating address books, and printing, emailing, and organizing tagged pictures on your computer.
Customizing Your Camera Settings
Use Setup to customize camera settings according to your preferences.
To Access Setup Mode/Menus
1 In any mode (including Review), press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Setup , then press the OK button.

Setup Menus

Return to previous menu Default Print Quantity (page 62) Quickview (page 62) Liveview (page 63) Advanced Digital Zoom (page 64) Shutter Sound (page 64) Date & Time Set (page 6) Video Out (page 65) Language (page 65) Format (page 66) About (page 66)

Chapter 6

Changing the Default Print Quantity
The Default Print Quantity setting determines the value that is displayed on the Share Print screen (page 58). The default value is 1. 1 Press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Setup , then press the OK button.

(16-bit) or True Color (24-bit) recommended 2000 and XP)

Chapter 7

Mac OS X System Requirements
m Macintosh computer with a G3 or G4 processor m Mac OS 10.1.2, minimum m 128 MB of available RAM m 200 MB of available hard disk space m CD-ROM drive m Built-in USB port m Color monitor with a minimum resolution of 800 x 600 pixels; thousands m Internet access for online printing and emailing
or millions of colors recommended
Mac OS 8.6 and 9.x System Requirements
m PowerPC-based Macintosh computer m Mac OS 8.6 or 9.x m 64 MB of available RAM m 200 MB of available hard disk space m CD-ROM drive m Built-in USB port m Color monitor with a minimum resolution of 800 x 600 pixels; thousands m Internet access for online printing and emailing
NOTE: Mac OS 8.6 and 9.x do not support the Share button functions. Mac OS X is recommended for full functionality. or millions of colors recommended

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-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. m Windows-based computersselect Typical to automatically install
the most commonly used applications. Select Custom to choose the applications you wish to install. m Mac OS 8.6 or 9.xselect Easy to automatically install the most commonly used applications. m 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, see 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.

Print With or Without a Computer
Dock your camera to the Kodak EasyShare printer dock 6000 and print directlywithout using a computer. Purchase this and other accessories at a dealer of Kodak products or www.kodak.com/go/dx6340accessories. 72
Using the Camera Dock 6000
The Kodak EasyShare camera dock 6000: m Makes it easy to transfer pictures and videos to the computer. m Charges the included Kodak EasyShare Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack. (Install the battery pack in the camera for charging.) m Supplies power to the camera. You can purchase a camera dock at a dealer of Kodak products or at www.kodak.com/go/dx6340accessories.
Camera Dock 6000 Package Contents
1 Camera dock 6000 (with universal insert

installed)

2 AC power adapter, 5-volt
Your AC adapter may differ from the one pictured. 3 Kodak EasyShare Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack 4 Quick Start Guide (not shown)
Do not use the AC power adapter, 5-volt to power your camera without the dock. It is not compatible with your camera alone.

Chapter 9

Installing the Custom Camera Insert
A universal insert is pre-installed in the camera dock. It allows all Kodak EasyShare CX/DX6000 series and LS600 series cameras to use the camera dock. A custom insert is included with your camera. It provides a perfect fit for your Kodak EasyShare DX6340 zoom digital camera.
Remove the Universal Insert
1 Place your thumbs against the front of the
universal insert. Press in and lift.
2 Lift the side edge of the insert, then remove
the insert from the dock.
3 Save the universal insert as a spare.
Install the Custom Insert

Cutout

1 Position the custom insert so the cutout
lines up with the camera dock connector.
2 Fit the insert into the groove in the dock.

Connector

Snap it into place. NOTE: To order a custom insert for your camera, visit our Web site at www.kodak.com/go/dx6340accessories.
Connecting the Camera Dock 6000
After the Kodak EasyShare software is loaded (see page 69), connect the camera dock to your computer and to a power outlet. You need: m The USB cable included with your camera m The AC adapter, 5-volt included with the camera dock IMPORTANT: Make sure your camera is NOT in the camera dock when you are connecting to power and the computer. end of the USB cable into the labeled USB port on your computer. See your computer users guide for details. 2 Plug the other end of the USB cable into the square USB connector on the back of the camera dock. 3 Plug the AC adapter into the round power connector on the back of the camera dock and into a power outlet. Your AC adapter may differ from the one pictured or may have additional plugs. Use the plug that accommodates your type of power outlet. IMPORTANT: Use only the AC adapter, 5-volt included with the camera dock 6000. Other adapters may cause damage to your camera, camera dock, or AC adapter. Leave the camera dock connected so its always ready to transfer pictures and videos.

Picture Storage Capacity

Number of pictures Best Best (3:2) 16 MB internal memory 16 MB MMC/SD 32 MB MMC/SD 64 MB MMC/SD 128 MB MMC/SD 256 MB MMC/SD Better Good 350 701
Locating Pictures and Videos on a Card
Pictures stored on MMC/SD Cards use a standard (DCF-Digital Camera Format) agreed upon by many camera manufacturers. This lets you use the cards in different cameras. If you use a card reader to retrieve your files, the following description of the card file structure may be helpful. MISC foldercontains the order files created when you use the Share feature to tag files for printing, emailing, and as favorites; also contains the address book and album names copied from the computer. SYSTEM foldercreated and used while updating camera firmware. DCIM folderroot level folder, contains the 100K6340 folder. Each time you turn on the camera or insert a different card, any empty folders within the DCIM folder are removed. 100K6340 subfolderinitially contains all pictures and videos on the card. Album tags are stored here with the picture or video.
Picture Naming Conventions
m Pictures are named 100_nnnn.JPG, and are numbered in the order in
which they are taken. The first picture is named 100_0001.JPG; the highest number allowed is 100_9999.JPG. m When a card contains a picture named 100_9999.JPG in the \DCIM\100K6340 folder, subsequent pictures appear in a new folder (\DCIM\101K6340), beginning with picture 101_0001.JPG. m Even if you transfer pictures to the computer or delete pictures from the camera, the camera continues to use consecutive numbers for all subsequent pictures. For example, if the last picture taken was 100_0007.JPG and you delete it, the next picture you take is named 100_0008.JPG. m When you insert a different 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 card in a camera other than the Kodak EasyShare DX6340 zoom digital 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.

Burst Pictures

When a burst series is initiated, a letter B replaces the underscore in the file name. When a burst series is initiated or ended, the second digit to the left of the decimal is incremented by 1. Image 3 Mode Still Burst (1/2) Burst (2/2) File name 100_0001.JPG 100B0010.JPG 100B0011.JPG Image 6 Mode Burst (1/2) Burst (2/2) Still File name 100B0020.JPG 100B0021.JPG 100_0030.JPG

Index K Kodak EasyShare software getting help, 97 installing, 69 upgrading, 105 Kodak web sites, 97 L landscape mode, 14 language, setting, 65 LCD (liquid crystal display). See camera screen lens cleaning, 105 location, iii light camera dock, 78, 79 ready, camera, iv, 94 self timer, iii, 24, 45 sensor, iii video record, iii lighting conditions, using white balance, 31 liveview camera screen as viewfinder, 18 turning default on, 63 turning on/off, 18 loading batteries, 4, 76 MMC/SD card, 9 software, 69 locator for dock, vi long time exposure, 33 M Macintosh installing software on, 69 system requirements, 68 magnify picture, 50 maintenance, camera, 105 memory inserting card, 9 internal, 9, 10 removeable card, 10 storage capacities, 106 storage location setting, 10 menu button, iv review mode, 50 setup mode, 61 Share mode, 57 still modes, 2627 video mode, 43 microphone, iii MISC folder, card, 107 MMC/SD card file names, 108
Index formatting, 66 inserting, 9 printing from, 72 setting storage location, 10 slot location, v storage capacities, 106 mode dial, iv, 14 modes, picture taking available shutter speeds, 103 flash settings, 23 menu options, 2627 overview, 14 PAS, 15 monitor, requirements, 67 movies. See video multiple pictures, viewing, 48 N night mode, 14 Ni-MH rechargeable battery, installing, 76 NTSC, video out setting, 65 O OK button, iv, 5 online prints, ordering, 72 optical zoom, 21, 43 orientation sensor, 39 overview
camera, iv camera modes, 14 PAS mode, 15 picture taking modes, 14 P package contents camera, 3 camera dock, 73 PAL, video out setting, 65 PAS mode on mode dial, 15 overview, 15 resetting to defaults, 36 using, 16 pictures checking location, 11 copying, 55 date imprint, 38 deleting, 49 emailing tagged, 59 file naming, 108 locating on card, 107 magnifying, 50 printing, 72 printing tagged, 58 protecting, 51 quality, setting, 29 reviewing, 47
Index reviewing, camera dock, 80 storage capacity, 106 tagging, 37, 52 taking, 13 taking, modes, 14 transfer via camera, 71 transfer via camera dock, 79 viewing multi-up, 48 viewing on television, 54 playing a video, 48 portrait mode, 14 power auto off, 110 camera, 5 camera dock, 75 on/off, iv printer dock, 72 printing 4 x 6 prints, 29 changing default quantity, 62 from a card, 72 optimizing printer, 97 order online, 72 pictures, 72 tagged pictures, 58, 72 this user guide, 1 without a computer, 72 product overview, iv program mode, 15, 16 protecting pictures, videos, 51 Q quality setting, 29 quickview turning off, 62 using, 20, 42 R ReadMe file, 83 ready light, iv, 94 recycling, disposal, 106 red-eye, flash, 22 regulatory information, 112 removeable card, 9 replacement batteries, 109 requirements Macintosh, 68 Windows, 67 reset, PAS settings to defaults, 36 resolution, setting, 29 review button, iv, 47 reviewing pictures as you take them, 20 camera dock, 80 camera screen, 47 deleting, 49 magnifying, 50 menu options, 50

 

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