Kodak P880 Zoom
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Kodak P880 Zoom
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|helpneeded||4:31am on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010|
|I wish I could rate this camera a 4.5. For the price I paid (which was about $400), this camera ROCKS! If the aforementioned cons were fixed.|
|v400||4:48pm on Thursday, October 7th, 2010|
|Good camera. picture is amazing and it grabs every detail needed in macro although closer than 2cm and it cant focus!|
|jack_brody||11:21pm on Thursday, August 19th, 2010|
|Good camera. picture is amazing and it grabs every detail needed in macro although closer than 2cm and it cant focus!|
|devendraC||3:09pm on Wednesday, June 9th, 2010|
|very good in auto mode, even better with manual controls, $$ takes a little time to learn to take the very best photos|
|_ohead||11:06am on Sunday, May 23rd, 2010|
|Considering the price of all the 8+ MPixel SLRs this camera is ready to challenge at 1/10 the cost. Just add a 1Gb SD card.|
|leecaton||9:51pm on Monday, May 17th, 2010|
|As a digital camera beginner, though with a manual SLR background from decades ago. Off-camera flash units. The new Kodak P20 Zoom Flash features TTL-controlled exposure, a zoom flash head and bounce-flash capabilities. ...|
|rynoceris84||11:39pm on Sunday, May 2nd, 2010|
|I just returned from New Zealand (beautiful country!) and the Kodak P880 did a superb job.|
|bradyrog||3:15pm on Wednesday, April 21st, 2010|
|After some weeks use,I found the P880 to be verry good performance. meaby not like an dslr,but nice picture qalitie,nice 24 mm lens. After some weeks use,I found the P880 to be verry good performance. meaby not like an dslr,but nice picture qalitie,nice 24 mm lens.|
|renski||7:11am on Wednesday, March 24th, 2010|
|many nice features After only 2 yrs. of use, needs expensive repair for focus and zoom. Also rubber eyepiece keeps falling off.|
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Kodak EasyShare P880 zoom digital camera
www.kodak.com For interactive tutorials, www.kodak.com/go/howto For help with your camera, www.kodak.com/go/p880support
Eastman Kodak Company Rochester, New York 14650 Eastman Kodak Company, 2005 All screen images are simulated. Kodak and EasyShare are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company. Schneider-Kreuznach and Xenar are trademarks of Jos. Schneider Optische Werke GmbH used under license by Eastman Kodak Company. P/N 4J4344_en
Lens Lens hood Grip Self-timer/Low light AF LED Power LED indicator Shutter button Mode /Power switch Program button Drive button Microphone Mode dial Flash
Hot shoe Diopter dial Focus button Digital zoom button Strap post External flash connector Speaker USB, A/V out DC-In (5V) Manual focus ring Manual zoom ring
Menu button Delete button Dock connector Tripod socket White balance button ISO button Exposure metering button Flash button EVF/LCD toggle button
LCD screen EVF (Electronic Viewfinder) Info button Command dial Set button AE/AF lock button Review button Slot for optional SD or MMC card Joystick ( Share button Battery compartment , ); OK button (press)
10 Diopter dial 11 Focus button
Table of contents
1 Setting up your camera...1
Attaching the strap and lens cap.. 1 Attaching the lens hood... 1 Charging the battery... 2 Loading the battery.... 2 Turning on the camera.... 3 Setting the language and date/time, first time.. 3 Setting the language and date/time, other times.. 4 Storing pictures on an SD or MMC card.. 4
2 Taking pictures and videos...5
Taking a picture.... 5 Using optical zoom.... 9 Using the low-light Auto Focus (AF) LED.. 10 Using the flip-up flash... 10 Using an external flash unit... 11 Reviewing pictures and videos... 12 Protecting pictures and videos from deletion.. 16
3 Transferring and printing pictures..18
Installing the software... 18 Transferring pictures... 19 Printing from a Kodak EasyShare printer dock or your computer. 20 Printing from an optional SD or MMC card.. 20 Ordering prints online... 21 Direct printing with a PictBridge enabled printer.. 21 Dock compatibility for your camera.. 23
4 Doing more with your camera...24
Picture-taking modes.... 24 Using the focus button... 29 Using the drive mode for self-timer, burst, exposure bracketing.. 30 Using the AE/AF (Auto Exposure/Auto Focus) button. 33 Using the Manual Focus (MF) assist AF... 34 Using the program button... 35 Changing the flash settings... 37 PASM and C modes... 38 Using the command dial for rapid setting changes.. 43 Using highlight/shadow clipping... 44 Using the histogram... 45 Changing picture-taking settings... 46 Editing functions for Still and Video... 55 RAW file development... 57 Viewing picture/video information... 58 Copying pictures and videos.. 59 Running a slide show.... 60 Pre-tagging for album names... 61 Sharing your pictures... 64
Camera problems... 70 Computer/connectivity problems... 72 Picture quality problems... 73 Direct printing (PictBridge) problems.. 74
6 Getting help...75
Helpful links... 75 Telephone customer support... 76
Camera specifications... 77 Storage capacities.... 81 Power-saving features... 83 Accessories... 84 Important safety instructions... 85 Battery information... 87 Upgrading your software and firmware... 88 Additional care and maintenance... 88 Warranty.... 89 Regulatory compliance... 91
Setting up your camera
Attaching the strap and lens cap
Attaching the lens hood
Use the lens hood when you want to protect the lens from unwanted sun glare. Reverse the hood when unwanted sun glare is not a concern or when you use the flash. For lens accessories, see page 84.
Charging the battery
Charge the Li-Ion rechargeable battery before first use.
Approximately 3 hours for full charge
You can also charge the battery using a Kodak EasyShare printer dock or camera dock. Purchase these and other accessories at a dealer of Kodak products or visit www.kodak.com/go/p880accessories.
Loading the battery
CAUTION: We recommend that you use a Kodak Li-Ion rechargeable digital camera battery (KLIC-5001).
For information on replacing the battery and extending battery life, see page 87.
Turning on the camera
Capture: Take pictures and videos. Favorites: View your Favorites, see page 64.
Setting the language and date/time, first time
to highlight Language. Press OK. Date & Time: to highlight option; press OK. to change. for previous/next field. Press OK.
Setting the language and date/time, other times
Press Menu. (Press again to exit.) to highlight Setup to highlight Language or Date/Time; press OK. to change. for previous/next field. Press OK.
Storing pictures on an SD or MMC card
Your camera has 32 MB of internal memory. You can purchase a Kodak SD or MMC card to conveniently store more pictures and videos. For best results, purchase a Kodak card. NOTE: When using the card for the first time, format it in this camera before taking pictures (see table on page 50).
1 Turn off the camera. 2 Insert card.
SD or MMC card (optional)
CAUTION: A card can only be inserted one way; forcing it may cause damage. See page 81 for storage capacities. Purchase SD or MMC cards at a dealer of Kodak products or www.kodak.com/go/p880accessories.
Taking pictures and videos
Taking a picture
Press the Shutter button halfway to set the AE/AF. When the AE/AF indicator turns green, press the Shutter button completely down.
LCD or Use the Diopter dial to adjust the sharpness of the Viewfinder.
AE/AF indicator: greensuccessful redfailed failed focus failed exposure
Taking a video
Press the Shutter button completely down and release. To stop recording, press and release the Shutter button again. LCD or
Reviewing a quickview of the picture or video just taken
After you take a picture or video, the EVF/LCD screen displays a quickview for approximately 5 seconds. While the picture or video is displayed, you can:
Press OK to play/pause video. Move to adjust the volume. If you press no buttons, the picture/video is saved. To rewind or fast forward.
Tag a picture/video for email or as a favorite, or tag a picture for print.
To view pictures and videos anytime, see page 12.
Using the Auto-Focus (AF) framing marks (pictures)
AF assist light
Using the flip-up flash
Use the flash when you take pictures at night, indoors, or outdoors in heavy shadows. IMPORTANT: Remove or reverse the Lens hood (see page 1) when you use the flash.
Lift flash cover to open; press cover to close.
To change the flash settings, see page 37.
Flash-to-subject distance Zoom position Wide angle Telephoto Guide number 9 (@ ISO 100) 0.5 [EV] 9 (@ ISO 100) 0.5 [EV] Flash distance 1.613.1 ft (0.54.0 m) 1.610.2 ft (0.53.1 m)
Using an external flash unit
When you want additional or specialized lighting, use an external flash unit (sold separately), that uses a Hot-shoe unit or an External flash connector. You can use the cameras built-in flash and external flash at the same time to provide extra fill flash.
Slide off the Hot-shoe cover. Mount the flash unit to the Hot shoe. Turn on the external flash unit.
External flash connector
NOTE: The connector accepts all standard external flash cables, maximum 500 volts.
Plug your external flash cable into the External flash connector port. Turn on the external flash unit.
NOTE: Refer to your external flash unit users guide for details.
Reviewing pictures and videos
Press Review to view and work with your pictures and videos.
Press Review. (Press again to exit.)
View previous/next. View multi-up thumbnails. (Press OK to return to single pictures.) View previous/ next thumbnail.
NOTE: Pictures taken at the 7.1 MP (3:2) quality setting are displayed at a 3:2 aspect ratio with a black bar at the top and bottom of the screen.
Press OK to play/pause. During playback/pause: Rewind/fast forward. Adjust volume. During pause: Rewind/fast forward by frame. Rate: Hold 3 seconds to set the rate of rewind/fast forward. again to increase/ Press decrease the rate. End video play.
To save battery power, use the optional Kodak EasyShare camera or printer dock, or Kodak 5-volt AC adapter. (See www.kodak.com/go/p880accessories.)
Multi-selection of pictures during review
Use the Set button to create a set of pictures to review and to perform various functions, for example Delete (page 17), Protect (page 16), and Copy (page 59). NOTE: The selective settings are not kept when you change to liveview or turn off the camera. Single-up
10 of 20 selected pictures
to highlight a picture. Press Set. The picture now is part of a set. Press Set again to remove a picture from the set. To deselect the entire set, turn off the camera.
Press Review. (Press again to exit.) Press. and to scroll through the pictures. A blue box designates pictures that are part of the selected set. A yellow box moves as you scroll through the pictures.
Press Set to select a picture. The selected number in the set appears on the screen. Scroll to the next picture.
To deselect, press Set again. (The selected number in the set disappears.)
Identifying the review icons
Favorite tag Email tag Selected/ Total number Review mode Album name Print tag/number of prints Protect Picture number Image storage location Battery indicator
Date stamp Scroll arrows
Favorite tag Email tag Selected / Total number Review mode Album name Video length Protect Video number Image storage location Battery indicator
Multi-up Video date display
See Highlight/shadow clipping on page 44 and Histogram on page 45.
Magnifying a picture during review
Use either the Digital zoom button or the Command dial to magnify your pictures.
Digital zoom button Press Digital zoom to increase the magnification. Press OK to return to 1X.
Magnify 1X10X (1X increments) Command dial Turn Command dial to increase or decrease the magnification. Press OK to return to 1X. Magnify 1X10X (1X increments)
Protecting pictures and videos from deletion
1 Press Review.
(Press again to exit.)
to view previous/next. Press Menu. to highlight then press OK.
Follow the screen prompts.
PICTURE or VIDEOprotects the displayed picture or video. EXITexits the Protect screen. SELECTEDprotects selected pictures and videos from your current storage location. ALLprotects all pictures and videos from your current storage location. The picture or video is protected and cannot be deleted. The Protect icon with the protected picture or video. appears
Transferring pictures with a USB cable, model U-8
If your package does not include an EasyShare dock, use the USB cable (model U-8) that came with your camera. 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.
Transferring pictures with an EasyShare dock
If your package includes an EasyShare dock, use it to transfer pictures to your computer. (For details, see the dock users guide. To purchase accessories, see www.kodak.com/go/p880accessories. For dock compatibility, see page 23.)
Printing from a Kodak EasyShare printer dock or your computer
Printer dockDock your camera to the Kodak EasyShare printer dock and print directly with or without a computer. For dock compatibility for your camera, see page 23. Purchase this and other accessories at a dealer of Kodak products or www.kodak.com/go/p880accessories. ComputerClick the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software.
Printing from an optional SD or MMC card
Automatically print tagged pictures when you insert your card into a printer with an SD or MMC card slot. See your printer users guide for details. Make prints at an SD or MMC card-capable Kodak picture maker. (Contact a location prior to visiting. See www.kodak.com/go/picturemaker.) Take the card to your local photo retailer for professional printing.
Ordering prints online
Kodak EasyShare Gallery, www.kodakgallery.com, (formerly Ofoto) is one of the many online print services offered in the Kodak EasyShare software. You can easily:
Upload your pictures. Edit, enhance, and add borders to your pictures. Store pictures, and share them with family and friends. Order high-quality prints, photo greeting cards, frames, and albumsand have them delivered to your door.
Direct printing with a PictBridge enabled printer
Your camera is compatible with PictBridge technology, which lets you print directly to PictBridge enabled printers, without a computer. You need:
Camera with fully charged batteries, or with PictBridge enabled printer
Slow front sync Off
PASM and C modes
Settings you change in C modes apply only to pictures taken in those modes. For example, if you change the Color Mode to Sepia while in C mode, you still retain the default setting of Color for Auto and SCN modes. NOTE: The settings, including Flash, Exposure Metering, ISO, and White Balance are maintained for PASM and C modeseven when you change modes or turn off the camera. Use Reset Camera (see page 52) to reset PASM to its default setting. Aperturealso known as f-stop or f-number, controls the size of the lens opening, which determines the depth of field. Smaller f-numbers, for example f/2.8, refer to a bigger lens opening. Larger f-numbers, for example f/8, refer to a smaller lens opening.
Aperture Shutter Speed Exposure Compensation Flash Compensation
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.
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 Compensationlets you manually adjust the exposure ( 2.0 in 1/3 steps); 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 (1.0 in 1/3 steps). You must be within flash range. Unavailable if flash setting is Off.
Changing PASM or C mode settings
PASM and C modes control the f-number (aperture), shutter speed, exposure compensation, and flash compensation. 1 Turn the Mode dial to P, A, S, M, or C. 2 Use the Command dial and Set button:
Turn the Command dial to move the selection arrow between the available settings. NOTE: See Menu on page 53 for Advanced picture-taking in PASM and C modes.
PASM & C mode options Whiteselectable Bluenon-selectable Yellowchangeable value Redout-of-range
Press the Set button to open a setting. Turn the Command dial to adjust the setting, then press Set to close.
3 Press the Menu button to change other settings (see page 46). 4 Take a picture.
Using the white balance button
Choose your lighting condition.
Press White balance. (Press again to exit.) to highlight an option. Press OK or Set. The active icon is displayed in the EVF/LCD screen.
NOTE: This button is not available in Auto, SCN, and Video modes. NOTE: For rapid setting changes, see page 43. White Balance (WB) options
WB option Auto (default) Daylight Cloudy Open shade Sunset Tungsten Description Automatically corrects white balance. Ideal for general picture-taking. Pictures in natural lighting. Under overcast, shady or twilight skies. Pictures in the shade in natural lighting. Preserves the deep hues seen in sunsets. Corrects the orange cast of household light bulbs. Ideal for indoor pictures under tungsten or halogen lighting without flash.
On Off (default) AE lock (default) AF lock AE/AF lock See page 35.
Setting Program Button Review Program this button in Review mode for a shortcut to your favorite review settings. Orientation Sensor Orient pictures so they are displayed with the correct side up for Still capture only. Quickview Change Quickview default to on or off. (For more information, see page 6.) Camera Sounds Choose an overall sound theme or individual sounds. Sound Volume Turn off all sounds, or choose a volume level. Icon Options See page 35.
On Off (default) On (default) Off Theme (default)overall. Shutter Self-timer Error Off Low Medium (default) High On (default) Off On Off (default) See page 4. NTSC (default)used in North America and Japan; most common format. PALused in Europe and China.
Mode Description Display the mode descriptions. (SCN mode descriptions remain active.) Accessory Lens Ensure the correct focus when you use an accessory lens. Date & Time Set the date and time. Video Out Choose the regional setting that lets you connect the camera to a television or other external device.
Setting EVF/LCD Stand By Select when you would like the EVF/LCD screen to time out. Auto Power Off Select when you would like the camera to turn off. Language Choose a language. Reset Camera Reset all picture-taking settings to the camera defaults. Format Icon Options 15 or 30 seconds 1 minute (default) 2 minutes 3 minutes (default) 5, 10, 15, or 30 minutes See page 4. Reset Auto, SCN, and PASM mode to its default setting. Settings for C modes are retained. Memory Carddeletes everything on the card; formats the card. Cancelexits without making a change. Internal Memorydeletes everything in internal memory including email addresses, album names, and favorites; formats the internal memory. Resets the imager to factory calibration standards. Camera name and firmware version.
CAUTION: Formatting deletes all pictures and videos, including those that are protected. Removing a card during formatting may damage the card.
Calibrate Imager Reset the imager. About View camera information.
PASM and C menu options
Capture+ These settings are not available in Auto, SCN, or Video modes.
to highlight Picture, Selected, or All, then press the OK button.
4 Move to select the number of copies (0-99). Zero (0) removes the tag for that picture. The icon appears in the status area. The default quantity is one. 5 Optional (for single Picture): You can apply a print quantity to other pictures. Move to locate a picture. Keep the print quantity as is, or to change it. Repeat this step until the desired print quantity is applied to the pictures. 6 Press the OK button. Then press the Share button to exit the menu.
* To remove print tagging for all pictures in the storage location, highlight Cancel Prints, then press the OK button. Cancel Prints is not available in Quickview. Printing tagged pictures When you transfer the tagged pictures to your computer, the Kodak EasyShare software Print screen opens. For details on printing, click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software. For more information on printing from your computer, printer dock, PictBridge enabled printer, or card, see page 21. NOTE: For the best 4 x 6 in. (10 x 15 cm) prints, set the camera to the 7.1 MP (3:2) print quality setting.
Tagging pictures and videos for emailing
Firston your computer Use Kodak EasyShare software to create an email address book on your computer. Then, copy up to 32 email addresses to the cameras internal memory. For details, click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software. Secondtag pictures/videos on your camera 1 Press the Share button. Move 2 Move 3 Move to highlight Email to locate a picture/video. , then press the OK button.
to highlight Picture/Video, Selected, or All, then press the OK button.
4 Move to highlight an email address, then press the OK button. Press OK again to deselect. If you tagged a single Picture/Video, you can tag other pictures/videos with the same address. Move to scroll through them. When the picture you want is displayed, press OK. To send the pictures/videos to more than one address, repeat step 4 for each address. Selected addresses have a colored box next to them when you Exit. 65
5 To remove a selection, highlight a checked address and press the OK button. To remove all email selections, highlight Clear All. 6 Move to highlight Exit, then press the OK button. 7 Press the Share button to exit the menu. Thirdtransfer and email When you transfer the tagged pictures/videos to your computer, the Email screen opens and lets you send them to the addresses you specified. For details, click the Help button in the Kodak EasyShare software.
Kodak EasyShare P880 zoom digital camera External flash Extended flash range with Kodak external flash unit: Guide no. 24 (working range 28 ft (8.6 m) @ ISO 100, f/2.8, Wide) Guide no. 40 (working range 32 ft (9.8 m) @ ISO 100, f/4.1, Tele) 1 to +1 EV in 0.3 EV steps Yes
Flash compensation Hot shoe Capture Capture modes Burst mode Video capture Image file format
Front-/Rear-curtain sync Available only in the slow-flash settings Auto, Portrait, Landscape, Flower, SCN (8), PASM & C, Video First 0.6 sec. intervals, Last 0.8 sec. intervals, & Time Lapse VGA (640 x 480) @ 30 fps QVGA (320 x 240) @ 30 fps Still JPEG: EXIF 2.21 (fine, standard, & basic compression); file organization DCF Still RAW: file organization Kodak original Still TIFF: TIFF format Video: QuickTime format; (MotionJPEG) No 32 MB internal memory/30 MB available for image storage (1 MB equals one million bytes); Optional MMC or SD Card (The SD logo is a trademark of the SD Card Association.) 6 images @ 8 M, JPEG images at fine compression mode & 4:3 aspect in internal memory 32 MB internal memory Yes NTSC or PAL
Image stabilizer Internal memory/ Removable Image capacity Still image buffer Review Quickview Video output
Kodak EasyShare P880 zoom digital camera Power Kodak Li-Ion rechargeable digital camera battery KLIC-5001 (or equivalent); 5V AC adapter, optional Communication with computer/TV USB 2.0 (PIMA 15740 protocol), via USB, 8-pin cable (Model U-8), EasyShare camera dock or printer dock, AV cable, 8-pin (Model AV-8) Other features PictBridge support Self-timer Sound feedback White balance Auto power off Color modes Sharpness Contrast Date stamp Tripod mount Size Weight Yes Yes, 2 and 10 seconds Shutter, Self-timer, Error/Warning, Sound Themes Auto, Daylight, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Cloudy, Open Shade, Sunset, Click WB, WB1, WB2, WB3 Selectable: 3 (default), 5, 10, 15, or 30 minutes High Color, Natural Color, Low Color, B & W, Sepia High, Normal, Low High, Normal, Low None, YYYY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YYYY, DD/MM/YYYY 1/4 inch metal 4.5 in. x 3.8 in. x 3.6 in. (115.8 mm x 97.0 mm x 91.2 mm) @ Wide zoom state 18.1 oz (513 g) without battery or card
Operating temperature 32104 F (0-40 C)
Actual storage capacity varies depending on subject composition, card brand, and other factors. You may be able to store more or fewer picture and videos. Favorites takes up additional space in internal memory.
Picture storage capacityJPEG standard compression
Number of JPEG pictures 8.0 MP 32 MB internal memory 32 MB SD/MMC 64 MB SD/MMC 128 MB SD/MMC 256 MB SD/MMC 512 MB SD/MMC 7.1 MP (3:2) 5.0 MP 3.1 MP 0.8 MP 718 1440
Picture storage capacityJPEG basic compression
Number of JPEG pictures 8.0 MP 32 MB internal memory 32 MB SD/MMC 64 MB SD/MMC 128 MB SD/MMC 256 MB SD/MMC 512 MB SD/MMC 7.1 MP (3:2) 5.0 MP 3.1 MP 0.8 MP 1042 2090
Battery safety and handling
CAUTION: When removing batteries, allow them to cool first; batteries may be hot.
Read and follow all warnings and instructions supplied by the battery manufacturer. Use only batteries that are approved for this product to avoid risk of explosion. Keep batteries out of the reach of children. Do not allow batteries to touch metal objects, including coins. Otherwise, a battery may short circuit, discharge energy, become hot, or leak. Do not disassemble, install backward, or expose batteries to liquid, moisture, fire, or extreme temperature. Remove battery when the product is stored for an extended period of time. In the unlikely event that battery fluid leaks inside the product, contact your local Kodak Customer Service representative. In the unlikely event that battery fluid leaks onto your skin, wash immediately with water and contact your local health provider. For additional health-related information, contact your local Kodak Customer Service representative. Dispose of batteries according to local and national regulations. Do not charge non-rechargeable batteries.
For more information on batteries, see www.kodak.com/global/en/service/batteries/batteryUsage.jhtml
Kodak battery replacement types/battery life
Actual battery life may vary based on usage.
Li-Ion rechargeable battery (per charge) Battery life per CIPA testing method. (Approximate number of pictures in Auto mode, using 64 MB internal memory ) 250320
We recommend using only a Kodak Li-Ion rechargeable digital camera battery KLIC-5001. Not all manufacturers 3.7V Li-Ion rechargeable batteries are compatible with the camera. Damage caused by unauthorized accessories is not covered under warranty. Optional battery: You can use a Kodak Li-Ion rechargeable digital camera battery, KLIC-5000, but it is a lower power battery. Expect approximately 30% fewer pictures per full charge than with the KLIC-5001 (or equivalent) battery included with your camera.
Extending battery life
Limit the following activities that quickly deplete battery power: Reviewing your pictures on the camera screen (see page 12) Using the camera screen, instead of the EVF, as a viewfinder. Excessive use of the flash (see page 37) and Continuous AF (see page 49).
Limited warranty coverage
This limited warranty will be honored only within the geographical location that Kodak digital cameras and accessories were purchased. Kodak will REPAIR or REPLACE Kodak digital cameras and accessories if they fail to function properly during the warranty period, subject to any conditions and/or limitations stated herein. Such repair service will include all labor as well as any necessary adjustments and/or replacement parts. Such repair or replacement is the sole remedy under this warranty. If replacement parts are used in making repairs, these parts may be remanufactured, or may contain remanufactured materials. If it is necessary to replace the entire product, it may be replaced with a remanufactured product.
Request for Warranty service will not be accepted without proof of date of purchase, such as a copy of the original dated Kodak digital camera or accessory sales receipt. (Always keep the original for your records.) This warranty does not apply to the battery(s) used in digital cameras or accessories. This warranty does not cover circumstances beyond Kodaks control, nor problems caused by failure to follow the operating instructions in the Kodak digital cameras and accessories Users Guides. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY WHEN FAILURE IS DUE TO SHIPPING DAMAGE, 89
ACCIDENT, ALTERATION, MODIFICATION, UNAUTHORIZED SERVICE, MISUSE, ABUSE, USE WITH INCOMPATIBLE ACCESSORIES OR ATTACHMENTS, FAILURE TO FOLLOW KODAKS OPERATION, MAINTENANCE OR REPACKING INSTRUCTIONS, FAILURE TO USE ITEMS SUPPLIED BY KODAK (SUCH AS ADAPTERS AND CABLES), OR CLAIMS MADE AFTER THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY. Kodak makes no other express or implied warranty for this product. In the event that the exclusion of any implied warranty is ineffective under the law, the duration of the implied warranty will be one year from the purchase date. The option of replacement is Kodaks only obligation. Kodak will not be responsible for any special, consequential or incidental damages resulting from the sale, purchase, or use of this product, regardless of the cause. Liability for any special, consequential or incidental damages (including but not limited to loss of revenue or profit, downtime costs, loss of the use of the equipment, cost of substitute equipment, facilities or services, or claims of your customers for such damages resulting from the purchase, use or failure of the product), regardless of cause or for breach of any written or implied warranty is expressly disclaimed and excluded here from.
Some states or jurisdictions do not allow exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Some states or jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state or by jurisdiction.
Outside the United States and Canada
In countries other than the United States and Canada, the terms and conditions of this warranty may be different. Unless specific Kodak warranty is communicated to the purchaser in writing by a Kodak company, no warranty or liability exists beyond any minimum requirements imposed by law, even though defect, damage, or loss may be by negligence or other act.
FCC compliance and advisory
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed or used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: 1) reorient or relocate the receiving antenna; 2) increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver; 3) connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected; 4) consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for additional suggestions. Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. Where shielded interface cables have been provided with the product or specified additional components or accessories elsewhere defined to be used with the installation of the product, they must be used in order to ensure compliance with FCC regulation.
OK button, ii online prints, ordering, 21 optical zoom, 9 orientation sensor, 51 P party, 29, 30 PASM, 38 PASM and C mode, 39 PictBridge printer, 21 picture quality, 36, 47 pictures changing settings, 46 compression, 47 copying, 59 deleting, 17 emailing tagged, 65 printing tagged, 64 protecting, 16 reviewing, 12 sharing, 64 storage capacity, 81 tagging, 61, 62 taking, modes, 24 transfer via USB cable, 18 viewing information, 58 picture-taking, 5 portrait, 30 power, i auto off, 83 camera, 3 preset album, 50 printer dock, 20, 88 printing 98
from a card, 20 optimizing printer, 75 order online, 21 PictBridge, 21 tagged pictures, 20 with EasyShare printer dock, 20 program button, 26 program button capture, 50 program button review, 51 program button, direct access to sub menus, 35 protecting pictures, videos, 16 putting yourself in the picture, 30 Q quickview, 51 setting on/off, 51 using, 6 R RAW, 47, 57, 82 rear curtain, 79 recycling, disposal, 88 regulatory information, 91 Class B ITE, 92 removing favorites, 68 reset camera to default, 52 review button, ii, 12 review icons, 14 reviewing pictures as you take them, 6 deleting, 17 multi-selecting pictures, 13 protecting, 16 99
slide show, 60 reviewing videos deleting, 17 protecting, 16 slide show, 60 running slide show, 60 S safety battery, 86 SCN (Scene) modes, 28 SD/MMC card inserting, 4 printing from, 20 slot, ii storage capacities, 81 selectable-zone, 42, 53 self-timer, 30 self-timer/AF assist light, i sepia, 48 service and support telephone numbers, 76 setting AE/AF button, 50 AF control, 49, 53 AF zone, 53 auto power-off, 52 color mode, 48 date & time, 3, 4, 51 date stamp, 48 EVF/LCD screen time out, 52 image storage, 50 language, 4, 52 LCD brightness, 50
picture quality, 36, 47 picture-taking mode, 24 video length, 51 video out, 51 video quality, 49 setup mode, using, 50 sharpness, 53 shutoff, auto, 83 shutter button, i shutter speed, 38 shutter, problems, 71 single AF, 49, 53 sleep mode, 83 slide show continuous loop, 61 problems, 72 running, 60 slow flash, 54 slow sync, 79 snow, 28 software installing, 18 upgrading, 88 sound themes, 51 sound volume, 51 specifications, camera, 77 sport, 28 status button, ii storage capacity, 81, 82, 83 sub menus, direct access using the program button, 35 sunset, 28 support, technical, 76
T tagging favorites, 66 for email, 65 for print, 65 tagging pictures for albums, 61, 62 taking picture, 5 video, 5 taking a picture, 5 telephone support, 76 television, slide show, 61 text, 28 thumbnails, viewing, 12 TIFF, 47, 82 time lapse, 31 time, setting, 4 tips battery guidelines, 87 care & maintenance, 88 transfer, via USB cable, 18 trash can, deleting, 6 troubleshooting, 70 turning camera on and off, 3 U upgrading software, firmware, 88 URLs, Kodak web sites, 75 USB (universal serial bus) transferring pictures, 18 USB cable (model U-8), 19 USB port, i
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