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|jeemee||10:21am on Thursday, September 16th, 2010|
|New Egg & Fedex I ordered it just before noon on Thursday and had it Friday afternoon ; The Camera so far lives up to every review I have read. The anti-shake system is a nice feature; no doubt about it. However, if you are worried about the effects of shaking, and on a limited budget.|
|bennybcn||10:06pm on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010|
|A fine camera good for any type of photographer. Enough for a pro and plenty for a beginner but not too overwhelming. Excellent images http://gallery. When it first selling in Hong Kong, I bought it at an expensive price. Then, I discover that there are a lot of problems with this camera. 1.|
|mojito||12:12am on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010|
|Full range of manual settings to tweak, solid 6.1 megapixel shots. Autofocus can be quite uncooperative. I bought this camera mainly to take pictures of rally cars, which requires the camera to perform under a full range of conditions (light, distance.|
|ESTEVE||5:05pm on Saturday, July 17th, 2010|
|Maxxum 7d Not too many of these cameras left out there for sale. It was the digital version of the Maxxum 7 film camera. Nice camera It does what you pay for...I switch to Canon, better performance, but alot more expensive...kept my Minolta as a backup camera|
|ptr_hml||3:38am on Saturday, April 10th, 2010|
|The 2.5 inch color monitor is a nice feature to review pictures that were recently taken. I got one of these after going digital with the Sony A700 and to keep my film Dynax7 company and fill my Minolta collection. Surprisingly .|
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UP AND RUNNING
ATTACHING A LENS
This camera uses interchangeable lenses. See page 117 for compatible lenses. Never touch the inside of the camera, especially the lens contacts and mirror. Take care not to let dust enter the body. Remove the body cap from the camera and the rear cap from the lens. Align the red mounting index on the lens and camera body. Carefully insert the lens into the mount, then turn it clockwise until it clicks into the locked position. Do not insert the lens at an angle. If it does not fit, check its orientation with the index marks. Never force the lens.
Each time the camera is turned on, it automatically focuses the lens to the infinity position, even in manual focus. This operation is necessary to ensure proper exposures.
REMOVING A LENS
Press the lens release all the way in and turn the lens counter-clockwise until it stops. Carefully remove the lens. Replace the caps on the lens and attach the body cap or another lens to the camera as soon as possible. Do not leave the interior of the camera exposed to dust or dirt. Check the body cap is clean and free from dust before mounting.
The EVF has a built-in diopter that can be adjusted between 3.0 to +1.0. While looking through the EVF, turn the diopteradjustment dial until the viewfinder focus frame is sharp.
INSTALLING THE MONITOR PROTECTION PANEL
Install the monitor protection panel by placing the top of the panel at the top of the monitor frame on the camera and lower panel until it clicks into place at the bottom.
To remove the panel, lift from the bottom.
CHARGING THE BATTERY
Before the camera can be used, the lithium-ion battery must be charged. Before charging the battery, read the safety warnings on page 4 of this manual. Only recharge the battery with the supplied battery charger. The battery should be recharged before each shooting session. See page 142 for battery care and storage. Plug the power cord into the back of the charger unit (1). Plug the other end of the cord into a live household outlet. The included AC cord is designed for the current of the sales region. Only use the cord in the region it was purchased. For more on the AC cable, see page 114.
1. Shutter speed 2. Aperture 3. Exposure mode (p. 39) 4. Metering mode (p. 50) 5. Date of recording 6. Image size (p. 66) 7. Image quality (p. 66) 8. Exposure compensation (p. 48) 9. Flash compensation (p. 48) 10. White-balance mode (p. 60) 11. Camera sensitivity (ISO) (p. 51) 12. Folder name - file number (p. 126) 13. Frame number / total number of images
DELETING SINGLE IMAGES
The displayed image can be deleted. Once deleted, an image cannot be recovered. To delete a displayed image, press the delete button; a confirmation screen opens. Use the left/right keys to highlight Yes. No cancels the operation. Press the controller to execute the command on the confirmation screen. The camera returns to playback mode.
Delete this frame?
The camera can play back images on a television set. See page 105 on how to connect the camera to a TV with the supplied video cable.
CHANGING THE PLAYBACK DISPLAY
The display button controls the display format. Each time the button is pressed, the display cycles through to the next format: full display, image only, index playback. The index display can be changed in section 1 of the playback menu.
Image only Index playback
In index playback, the four-way keys of the controller move the yellow border to the adjacent image. When the image is highlighted with the border, the date of recording, the lock and printing status, and the frame number of the image are displayed at the bottom of the screen. The highlighted image can be deleted using the delete button (p. 36). When the display button is pressed again, the highlighted image is displayed in the single-frame playback mode. A four, nine, and sixteen image index can be displayed as well as a file browser. The index-playback format can be changed in section 1 of the playback menu (p. 82, 87).
An image can be enlarged for closer examination. The maximum magnification depends on image size from 2.4X for small images to 4.7X for large images. RAW images cannot be enlarged. Press the magnification button (1) to activate enlarged playback. The front control dial scrolls through the images. RAW images cancel enlarged playback. The rear control dial changes magnification.
The controllers fourway keys scrolls the magnification area.
The controllers four-way keys scrolls the magnified area. The locator (2) indicates the portion of the image displayed. The rear control dial changes the magnification.
:zoom :scroll area
Press the central button of the controller to display the entire image area. Pressing the button a second time displays the magnified image.
While holding the AEL button, place the subject in the focus frame and press the shutter-release button partway down to focus (2). Press the shutter-release button down all the way to take the picture. The exposure remains locked after the picture is taken if the AEL button is not released. While the exposure is locked, the camera meter is still active. The viewfinder and monitor Ev scale shows the difference between the locked exposure and the current light level measured with the meter. Spot metering is used.
When the Ev scale indicates 0, the locked exposure shown in the shutter-speed and aperture displays is the same as the exposure determined by the spot-metering area.
The increments on the scale depend on the exposure-compensation dial position. See camera notes on page 41. The examples below are based on a 0.5 Ev increment.
The metered area is 1.0Ev less () than the locked exposure.
+2.5EV The arrow indicates the metered area is 0.5Ev more (+) or less () than the greatest value on the scale in +3.5EV comparison to the locked exposure. 3.0EV The blinking arrow indicates the metered area is 1.0Ev or more greater (+) or less () than the greatest value on 4.0EV the scale in comparison to the locked exposure.
ABOUT SLOW SYNC.
When using flash, pressing the AEL button activates the slow-sync. function in program, full-auto program, and aperture priority. Slow sync. balances the ambient light exposure with the flash exposure so the background is recorded with the subject. When the AEL button is pressed and held, the ambient light exposure is determined and the flash exposure is based on the locked aperture setting. The use of a tripod is recommended with slow-sync. exposures.
EXPOSURE AND FLASH COMPENSATION
The ambient light and flash exposure can be adjusted before the image is captured to make the final picture lighter or darker. To compensate the ambient exposure, press the dial release and turn the exposure-compensation dial to the appropriate position (1). To adjust the flash exposure, turn the flash-compensation dial using the lever at the front of the camera (2).
The exposure compensation dial has two scales. The orange scale adjusts the exposure up to 2.0Ev in 0.3Ev steps. The silver scale allows the exposure to be adjusted up to 3.0Ev in 0.5Ev steps. The position of the dial also affects the exposure modes. See Camera Notes on page 41. When using 0.3Ev increments, the maximum and minimum lens apertures may not be displayed correctly. When setting exposure or flash compensation, the change in Ev is shown on the monitor. Flash compensation is only displayed when the flash is raised. The viewfinder Ev scale only shows changes to exposure compensation; 2.5Ev is shown with an arrow, 3.0Ev is indicated with a blinking arrow. After the setting is made, the shutter-speed and aperture displays indicate the actual exposure.
AF / MF BUTTON
Press and hold the AM/MF button to switch between autofocus and manual focus. Release the button to return to the original focus mode. This cannot be used with xi and AF Power Zoom lenses, nor the STF 135mm f/2.8 [T/4.5] lens. The focus mode used depends upon the position of the focus-mode dial. If set to manual focus, the focus mode switches to single-shot AF. If the focus-mode dial is set to one of the AF modes, manual focus is activated and the MF indicator is displayed in the viewfinder. The operation of the AM/MF button can be changed in section 1 of the custom menu (p. 94).
The aperture controls depth of field; the area in front of the camera that appears in focus. The smaller the aperture, the greater the depth of field. Depth-of-field preview sets the lens aperture to the setting used in the exposure so the affect of depth of field can be seen in the viewfinder. Press the shutter-release button partway down to lock the focus and exposure. Press the depth-of-field preview button to stop down the aperture.
Some Konica Minolta lenses are equipped with focus-hold buttons. Section 1 in the custom menu allows the focus-hold button to be used for depth-of-field preview (p. 94).
The focus-area switch controls which AF areas are used. The switch has three positions: Wide focus area - to use the wide focus frames in the viewfinder to focus. See the basic operation section on page 28. Pressing and holding the fourway controller keys also activates and locks focus with the wide focus area. Spot AF can be used, see below. The AF illuminator is active (p. 97). Focus-area lock - to fix the focus area used. The controller cannot be used to active the AF system.
Focus-area selection - a specific AF area can be selected, see below. The AF illuminator is active (p. 97).
Spot AF can be used when using the wide focus area. With the spot AF area placed on the subject, press and hold the central button of the controller to focus. The viewfinder focus signal confirms focus and the spot AF indicator (1) is displayed on the monitor. Compose the image in the viewfinder and press the shutter-release button all the way down to take the picture. Focus remains locked after the picture is taken until the central controller button is released. Spot AF area Focus signal
Digital FX Setup -2 Contrast Saturation Sharpness Hue
:move :sel. :enter
Digital Effects panel
RECORDING MODE RESET
The recording mode functions can be reset in section 1 of the recording menu (p. 64). When selected, a confirmation screen appears; choosing Yes resets the following functions and settings, No cancels the operation. Focus area selection Preset white balance Color temperature Digital Effects (FX) Flash mode Flash control Manual flash power ratio Exposure bracketing setup Flash bracketing setup Spot AF area Daylight 0 5500K All reset to 0 Fill flash or red-eye reduction1 ADI 1/1 0.3Ev / 3 frames 0.3Ev / 3 frames p. p. p. p. p. p. p. p. p. 70
1. The flash mode is reset to whichever of the two modes was last set.
The bracketing increment and the number of frames in a exposure and flash bracket is selected in section 2 of the recording menu (p. 64). The bracketing increment is in Ev (p. 81). For information on the bracketing drive mode, see page 58.
The order in which the bracketing frames is captured selected in section 2 of the recording menu (p. 64). For information on the bracketing drive mode, see page 58. Bracketing order Flash bracket setup Exposure bracket setup
Normal - underexpose - overexpose* Underexpose - normal - overexpose * With a five frame bracket, the bracketing order is 0, , +, , + with increasing steps.
The flash mode can be changed in section 2 of the recording menu (p. 64). For the flash to fire, the built-in unit must be manually raised; lower the flash to prevent it from firing. The auto-white-balance setting gives priority to the flashs color temperature. If another type of white balance is used, priority is given to the active settings color temperature. Fill-flash - used as the main or supplementary light. In low-light conditions, the flash acts as the main source of illumination and overpowers the ambient light. Under strong sunlight or in backlit situations, the fill-flash can reduce harsh shadows.
Red-eye reduction - used when taking photographs of people or animals in low-light conditions. The red-eye effect is caused by light reflected from the retina of the eye. The camera fires several pre-flashes before the main flash burst to contract the pupils of the subjects eyes. Rear flash sync - used with long exposures to make trailing lights or blurring appear to follow rather than proceed the subject. The effect is not apparent if the shutter speed is too fast and stops the subjects motion. When the shutter is released, a pre-flash fires. This pre-flash is not for exposure, but for metering. The flash fires again just before the shutter closes. Wireless / Remote flash - allows the camera to control an off-camera flash unit without the need of a cable. See page 72.
WIRELESS / REMOTE FLASH
On-camera flash Wireless/Remote flash allows the camera to control an off-camera Program/Maxxum 5600HS(D) and 3600HS(D) flash unit without the need of a cable. Single or multiple flash units can be placed around the subject to create different lighting effects. The cameras built-in flash fires to control the offcamera flash units rather than to illuminate the subject.
Wireless/ Remote flash
Flash mode Flash control Power ratio Setup Setup Bracket order
Fill-flash Red eye Rear sync. Wireless
1. Remove the accessory shoe cap (p. 117) and slide a Program/Maxxum 5600HS(D) or 3600HS(D) flash on the accessory shoe until the safety lock engages. 2. Turn on the camera and flash unit. 3. Set the camera to the wireless flash mode in section 2 of the recording menu (p. 64). This simultaneously set a the flash to the wireless mode and sets the camera to the flashs wireless channel. 4. Press and hold the mounting-foot-release button to disengage the safety catch and remove the flash unit from the camera.
Raise the built-in flash on the camera and position the camera and flash around the subject. See the following page for operating ranges.
Make sure no objects come between the camera and flash unit. The flash units can be test fired by pressing the AEL button on the camera. AEL button setup in section 1 of the custom menu should be set to one of the hold options. If the flash does not fire, change the camera, flash, or subject position. The slow shutter sync is active in P and A exposure modes (p. 47). When the 5600HS(D) and 3600HS(D) flash is charged, the AF illuminator on the front of the unit blinks. The viewfinder flash signal shows the status of the camera flash (p. 31). Take a picture as described in the basic recording section on page 28. Wireless/Remote flash performs best under subdued light or interior lighting. Under bright light sources, the flash may not be able to detect the control signals from the cameras built-in flash. When not using off-camera flash units, always turn off the wireless flash mode in section 1 of the recording menu, or inaccurate flash exposures will result. The 5600HS(D) and 3600HS(D) flash units can be reset simultaneously with the camera. Simply mount the flash unit in the accessory shoe and change the wireless flash mode setting on the menu to another flash mode. High-speed sync. is available, see page 118. The Wireless/Remote Flash Controller is not compatible with this camera.
WIRELESS/REMOTE CAMERA AND FLASH RANGES
Camera-to-subject distance The camera and flash must be within 5m or 16.4 ft of the subject.
Specifications with Maxxum / Camera-to-subject Aperture distance /2.8 1.4 ~ 5m / 4.6 ~ 16.4ft /4.~ 5m / 3.3 ~ 16.4ft /5.~ 5m / 3.3 ~ 16.4ft Specifications with Maxxum / 1.4 ~ 5m / 4.6 ~ 16.4ft /2.~ 5m / 3.3 ~ 16.4ft /4.~ 5m / 3.3 ~ 16.4ft /5.6
GUIDE TO PHOTOGRAPHY
LIGHT SOURCES AND COLOR
The human eye adapts itself extremely well under different conditions. The paper of this manual you are reading looks white regardless of the type of lighting. Photographic systems are much less flexible. As the light source changes, so does the overall color of a scene - fluorescent office ceiling lights create a green cast to pictures, regular household tungsten light bulbs make everything red. Like your eyes, the cameras whitebalance controls adjust for different lighting to make natural looking pictures. The most common source of light, our sun, changes color depending on the time of day and the atmospheric conditions. The sun is of course very warm near the horizon and very blue at noon. The daylight preset white-balance setting is for beautiful sunny days. When the weather is overcast, the color is cooler and the cloudy setting is appropriate. When the main light source is skylight, light from the blue sky rather than the direct light of the sun, the resulting color is very blue. The shade preset white-balance is designed for this condition. Artificial lighting is more consistent but shows variations. Tungsten lamps become warmer as their wattage decreases. And fluorescent lamps come in classifications that define their color. The preset white balance settings can be adjusted with the rear control dial (p. 60) to match the change in these light sources. Some artificial lighting have a discontinuous spectrum that create very unnatural color in a photograph. White balance cannot correct high-energy vapor lighting: sodium-vapor (yellow highway lights), or mercury vapor. For portraits under these lighting conditions, the flash can be used to overpower the ambient light. With landscapes containing these types of lights, set the white balance to the preset daylight setting.
WHAT IS AN EV?
Ev stands for exposure value. A change of one Ev adjusts the exposure calculated by the camera by a factor of two. An Ev and a stop are the same. +2.0 Ev +1.0 Ev 0.0 Ev 1.0 Ev 2.0 Ev 4X as much light 2X as much light Calculated exposure 1/2 as much light 1/4 as much light
In playback mode, press the menu button to open and close the menu. The four-way keys of the controller and the control dials move the cursor in the menu (p. 65). Pressing the central button of the controller enters a setting.
NAVIGATING THE PLAYBACK MENU
Activate the recording menu with the menu button. Tab 1 at the top of the menu is highlighted. Use the left/right keys of the controller to highlight the appropriate menu tab; the menus change as the tabs are highlighted. When the required menu section is displayed, use the up/down key to scroll through the menu options. Highlight the option whose setting needs to be changed. Press the right controller key to display the settings; the current setting is indicated by an arrow. To return to the menu options, press the left key. Use the up/down key to highlight the new setting. If Enter is displayed, press the central button of the controller to continue.
Press the central button of the controller to select the highlighted setting. Once a setting has been selected, the cursor returns to the menu options and the new setting is displayed. Changes can continue to be made. To return to the playback mode, press the menu button.
To delete images on the memory card (p. 84).
Delete Format View folder Folder name Lock Index format All folders 100KMframes
To format the memory card (p. 85). To select one or all folders to view in playback (p. 85). To select the folder to view in playback (p. 85). To protect images from deletion (p. 86). To specify the index playback format (p. 87). To play back images automatically (p. 88)
Slide show DPOF set Date imprint Index print Cancel print
To select images for DPOF printing (p. 89). To print the date of capture with each print (p. 90) To create an index print with the DPOF order (p. 90) To cancel DPOF print orders on the memory card (p. 90).
When a marked-frames setting is chosen on a menu, the frame-selection screen appears so multiple files can be selected. The index format of the screen can be changed in section 1 of the playback menu (p. 87). The left/right keys of the controller move the yellow border to select the image. The up key selects the frame; when selected, an indicator appears on the thumbnail. The down key deselects the image removing the indicator.
Press the central button of the controller to complete the operation. Pressing the menu button cancels the screen and any operation made.
Deleting permanently erases the image. Once deleted, an image cannot be recovered. Care should be taken when using the delete function. Single, multiple, or all images in a folder can be deleted with the playback menu. Before an image is deleted, a confirmation screen appears; choosing Yes executes the operation, No cancels it. Only the images in the viewfolder option in section 1 of the playback menu (p. 82) can be viewed and deleted with the marked frames and all-infolder options. Delete has three options:
Marked frames - to delete multiple images. When this setting is chosen, the frameselection screen is displayed. Use the left/right keys of the controller to highlight the first image to be deleted. Pressing the up key marks the thumbnail with the delete indicator. To deselect an image for deletion, highlight it with the yellow border and press the down key; the delete indicator disappears. Continue until all the images to be deleted are marked. Press the controller to continue (the confirmation screen appears), or press the menu button to cancel the operation and return to the playback menu. On the confirmation screen, highlighting and entering Yes deletes the marked images. All in folder - to delete unlocked images in a single folder specified by the view-folder option. All on card - all unlocked images on the card are deleted. The delete function can only erase unlocked images. If an image is locked, it must be unlocked before it can be deleted.
When a memory card is formatted, all data on the card is erased. The formatting function in section 1 of the playback menu is used to erase all data on a memory card. Before formatting a card, copy the data to a computer or storage device. Locking files will not protect them from being deleted when the card is formatted. Always format the memory card using the camera; never use a computer to format a card. When the format option is selected and entered, a confirmation screen appears. Choosing Yes formats the card, choosing No cancels the operation. Never remove the card while it is being formatted. A screen appears to indicate the card has been formatted.
Only the images in the folders specified with the view-folder option in section 1 of the playback menu (p. 82) can be viewed or edited in playback. Two options are available: All folders - to view and edit all images on the memory card. Single folder - to view and edit images in a specific folder. The folder is selected in the folder-name option below the view-folder option.
Delete Format View folder Folder name Lock Index format Single folder 100KMframes
For more on memory card organization, see page 126. Folders can be created and selected in section 2 of the setup menu (p. 108, 109).
Single, multiple, or all images on the memory card or in a folder specified with the viewfolder option can be locked. A locked image cannot be deleted by either the playback menu functions or the delete button. Important images should be locked. Images are locked in section 1 of the playback menu (p. 82). The lock has five options: Marked frames - to lock or unlock multiple images. When this is chosen, the frameselection screen (p. 83) is displayed. Use the left/right keys of the controller to highlight the image to be locked. Pressing the up key marks the thumbnail with the lock indicator. To unlock an image, highlight it with the yellow border and press the down key; the lock indicator disappears. Continue until all the images are marked. Press the controller to lock the marked frames, or press the menu button to cancel the operation and return to the playback menu. All in folder - to lock images in a single folder specified by the view-folder option. All on card - all images on the memory card are locked. Unlock folder - to unlock images in a single folder specified by the view-folder option. Unlock card - all images on the memory card are unlocked. Locking an image protects it from a delete function. However, the formatting function erase all files on a memory card whether locked or not.
M-SET BUTTON SETUP
The function assigned to the memory set (M SET) button can be specified in section 4 of the custom menu (p. 92). Two options are available: Memory - camera settings can be saved to the camera memory. For more information on this function, see page 63. Menu shortcut - a shortcut to a specific menu section can be made.
Creating a menu shortcut
Display the menu section to which a shortcut is to be made. Press the M SET button (1); a confirmation screen opens. Use the left/right keys to highlight Yes. No cancels the operation. Press the controller to execute the command on the confirmation screen. In the recording and playback mode, each time the M SET button is pressed, the specified menu section is displayed.
Flash mode Fill-flash
Set menu shortcut? Yes Bracket order
CUSTOM MENU RESET
The custom functions can be reset in section 4 of the custom menu (p. 92). When selected, a confirmation screen appears; choosing Yes resets the following functions and settings, No cancels the operation. AF/Shutter-release priority setup Focus-hold button setup AF/MF button setup AEL button setup AF with shutter-release button Auto AF setup Control-dial setup Control-dial (exposure comp.) setup Control dial lock Exposure compensation setup AF illuminator Shutter lock AF area setup Monitor display setup Recording display setup Anti-Shake viewfinder display setup ISO button setup ISO menu setup M-SET button setup AF priority Focus hold Hold AE hold On Auto AF Front dial: SS, Rear dial: F/no. Off Off Ambient & flash On On 0.3 second display Automatic Auto rotate On ISO 100 - 1600 Memory p. 94 p. 94 p. 94 p. 95 p. 95 p. 96 p. 96 p. 96 p. 97 p. 97 p. 97 p. 97 p. 98 p. 98 p. 98 p. 98 p. 99 p. 100 p. 100
The setup menu controls camera operation. See page 91 on how to open the setup menu. Use the left/right keys of the controller to highlight the appropriate menu tab; the menus change as the tabs are highlighted. When the required menu section is displayed, use the up/down key to scroll through the menu options. Highlight the option whose setting needs to be changed. Press the right controller key to display the settings; the current setting is indicated by an arrow. To return to the menu options, press the left key. Use the up/down key to highlight the new setting. If Enter is displayed, press the central button of the controller to continue.
To set monitor brightness (p. 104).
LCDbrightness Transfer mode Video output Audio signals Language Date/Time set Data storage NTSC On English
To specify camera operation with a computer (p. 104). To switch video output between NTSC and PAL (p. 105). To change or turn off audio signals (p. 106). To set the menu language (p. 106). To set the cameras clock and calendar (p. 107). To activate file number memory (p. 107).
File # memory Folder name Select folder New folder
Off Std. form 100KM023
To select the folder name format (p. 108). To select the destination folder for recorded images (p. 108). To create a new folder (p. 109).
To specify monitor backlight illumination period (p. 109).
LCD backlight Power save MenuSec.Memory Delete conf. Clean CCD Reset default 5 sec. 3 min. Off No
To set the auto-power-save period (p. 109). To memorize the last menu section opened (p. 110). To change the confirmation screens default setting (p. 110). Read cleaning instructions before using (p. 145). To reset camera functions (p. 112).
Monitor brightness is adjusted in section 1 of the setup menu. Highlight Enter and press the central button of the controller to open the LCD brightness setup screen.
LCDbrightness Transfer mode Video output Audio signals Language Date/Time set Enter
Brightness is controlled in eleven levels. Use the left/right controller keys to adjust the brightness, the monitor adjusts accordingly. Press the central button of the controller to set the level and complete the operation. Press the menu button to close the screen without applying any changes.
Set LCD brightness
The data-transfer mode must be specified depending on whether the camera is used to transfer data to a computer or print images with a PictBridge compatible printer. Select the appropriate option: Data storage - to transfer data between the camera and a computer. This option must be selected when moving image files to a computer or when using the DiMAGE Viewer or DiMAGE Master software. PTP - to print images with a PictBridge compatible printer. See page 132 for more on PictBridge.
Camera images can be displayed on a television. The video output can be changed between NTSC and PAL. North America uses the NTSC standard and Europe uses the PAL standard. Check which standard is used in your region to play back images on your television set.
VIEWING IMAGES ON A TELEVISION
It is possible to view camera images on your television. The camera has a video-out terminal which can be used to connect the camera to a television using the supplied video cable. 1. Turn off the television and the camera. 2. Slide the terminal cover open (1) and insert the plug of the video cable into the cameras video-out terminal (2). 3. Plug the other end of the video cable into the video input terminal on the television. 4. Turn the television on. 5. Change the television to the video channel. 6. Turn on the camera and press playback button. The cameras monitors do not activate when the camera is attached to a television. The playback-mode display is visible on the television screen. 7. View images as described in the playback section. Because of the broadcast standard used to display television images, image quality and resolution will appear lower than when displayed on a computer monitor.
When the shutter-release button is pressed partway down, an audio signal gives a positive confirmation the AF system has focused. This signals can be turned off in section 1 of the setup menu (p. 102).
The language used in the menus can be changed. Highlight the current language and press the center of the controller to open the language setup screen.
LCDbrightness Transfer mode Video output Audio signals Language Date/Time set
Use the four-way keys of the controller to select the menu language. Press the central button of the controller to set the language. Press the menu button to close the screen without making any changes.
Japanese English Deutsch Franais
Espaol Chinese Italiano Svenska
DATE AND TIME SETUP
It is important to accurately set the clock. When a still image is recorded, the date and time of the recording are saved with the image and are displayed during playback or can be read with the DiMAGE Viewer or DiMAGE Master software. When the Date/Time-set option is selected and entered in section 1 of the setup menu, the date/time screen is displayed. Use the left/right keys of the controller or rear control dial to select the item to be changed. Use the up/down keys or front control dial to change the item. Press the central button of the controller to complete the operation.
:move Date/Time set 2004. 10. : 14 YYYY/MM/DD
FILE NUMBER (#) MEMORY
When file number memory is selected, if a new folder is created, the first file stored in the folder will have a number one greater than the last file saved. This allows multiple folders to be created, but the image file numbers will be in the order in which they were shot. If the file number memory is disabled, the image file name will have a number one greater than the last image saved in the folder.
NAVIGATING THE PICTBRIDGE MENU
Pressing the menu button opens and closes the menu. The four-way keys of the controller and the control dials move the cursor in the menu. Pressing the central button of the controller enters a setting. The options that can be changed vary with the printer. Activate the menu with the menu button. Tab 1 at the top of the menu is highlighted. Use the left/right keys of the controller to highlight the appropriate menu tab; the menus change as the tabs are highlighted. Use the up/down key to scroll through the menu options. Highlight the option whose setting needs to be changed. With the menu option highlighted, press the right controller key; the settings are displayed with the current setting highlighted. If Start is displayed, press the center of the controller to continue. Use the up/down key to highlight the new setting.
Press the central button of the controller to select the highlighted setting. Once a setting has been selected, the cursor returns to the menu options and the new setting is displayed. To return to the PictBridge screen, press the menu button. Read the following sections on information on the menu options.
Batch print Index print
Paper size Layout Print quality Data print
Printer setup Printer setup Printer setup Printer setup
Index to menu functions Batch print, 135 Data print, 137 DPOF print, 137
Index print, 135 Layout, 136 Paper size, 136
Print quality, 137
Batch print in section 1 selects all still images on the memory card for printing. Two options are available: All-frames - to print all images on the card. A screen opens so the number of copies of each image can be specified. A total number of fifty images can be printed. Reset - to cancel changes made with the batch print option or with the print selection screen.
An index print of all still images on the memory card can be made. The quality and size of the print can be specified with the camera menu. The number of images per page varies with the printer. The print-setup confirmation screen is displayed before the print routine starts.
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