Olympus Camedia C-300 Zoom
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Olympus Camedia C-300 Zoom
User reviews and opinions
|kim_wei||3:32pm on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010|
|This camera offers outstanding picture quality, with a sexy style camera. What more can you ask for? It is kinda bulky.|
|johnny.meneghel||3:04pm on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010|
|great camera, very good quality pictures, simple to use, sufficient options on the menus, ive had it for a few years now, and its still working fine. Want real opinion?|
|dwsdad||10:24am on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010|
|ghost pictures and dust spots This camera is ok in general for taking picture without using the flash or outdoors.|
|srmcatee||6:54pm on Sunday, May 9th, 2010|
|The batt died on me a few times when i was on a trip to korea early dis mth. but i am glad tt the pics turn out pretty decent. This is my 2nd Olympus digicam and I must say that I am totally satisfied user. I got it cheap n this camera is small n light, the pictures r nice n clear. Very good. Some more questions about using the video but still worth the money.|
|Sean Thomas||8:03pm on Tuesday, April 13th, 2010|
|I received the olympus C-300 ZOOM camera almost 2 and a half years ago for my birthday.|
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ISO100, ISO200, ISO400 3:2, SHQ, HQ, SQ, TIFF 19841488, 19841312, 16001200, 1280960, 1024768, 640480 [ ]
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Playback mode 1 2
Indication Print reservation, 1 Number of prints
2 Battery check 3 Protect 4 Record mode 5 Number of pixels 6 Exposure compensation 7 White balance 8 ISO 9 Date and time
File number, 10 Frame number/Playing time
3:2, SHQ, HQ, SQ, TIFF 19841488, 19841312, 16001200, 1280960, 1024768, 640480 -2.0, -1.5, -1.0, -0.5, +0.5, +1.0, +1.5, +2.0 WB AUTO, , , ,
ISO100, ISO200, ISO400 '02.06.10 12:30 100-0016, 16/16"
11 Movie mode
You can view shooting information details of the recorded picture in the playback mode.
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The memory gauge lights up when you take a picture. While the gauge is lit, the camera is storing the picture on the card. The memory gauge indication changes as shown below depending on the shooting status. When the memory gauge is full, wait a few moments before taking the next shot.
When taking still pictures
Shoot Shoot Shoot Wait Before shooting (Gauge is off) One picture taken (Lit) More than two taken (Lit) No more pictures can be taken (Fully Lit)
When recording movies
If you continue shooting Shoot Wait Before shooting (Gauge is off) During shooting (Lit) Shooting is not possible until the lit area goes off completely. Movie recording ends automatically when the memory gauge is full.
If the remaining battery power is low, the battery check indication on the monitor changes as follows while the camera is turned on.
No indication Lights up (Green) Remaining power level: high Lights up (Red) Remaining power level: low Replace with a new battery. Green lamp and orange lamp on the right of the viewfinder blink Remaining power level: exhausted Replace with a new battery.
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ATTACHING THE STRAP
Thread the short end of the strap through the strap eyelet. Thread the long end of the strap through the loop that has already gone through the eyelet. Pull the strap tight, making sure that it is securely fastened and does not come loose.
LOADING THE BATTERIES
Make sure that:
The monitor is off. The lens barrier is closed. The lamp on the right of the viewfinder is off.
Slide the battery compartment lock from to. Slide the battery compartment cover in the direction of (the direction indicated by the mark on the cover), and lift it up in the direction of. Insert the batteries, making sure that they are correctly oriented as shown in the illustration.
When using AA (R6) batteries When using CR-V3 lithium battery packs
Battery insertion direction mark
There is a mark showing the correct way to insert the AA batteries on the bottom of the camera.
When using lithium battery packs, insert them so that the CAMEDIA label on each battery is facing the lens side of the camera.
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Close the battery compartment cover in the direction of. While pressing the mark, slide the cover in the direction of.
If the battery compartment cover seems hard to close, do not force it. With the battery compartment cover shut, press the mark firmly and push in the direction shown in the illustration.
Slide the battery compartment lock from
AA (R6) alkaline batteries
The number of pictures that you can store in the camera may vary considerably with AA batteries, depending on the battery manufacturer, camera shooting conditions, etc. Turn off the monitor whenever possible to save power.
INSERTING THE CARD (SmartMedia)
The pictures you have taken are stored on the card.
Open the card cover. Insert the card as far as it will go in the direction shown in the illustration.
There is an arrow inside the card cover, indicating the direction in which the card should be inserted.
Close the card cover securely until it clicks.
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TURNING THE POWER ON/OFF
When shooting pictures
Power on: Open the lens barrier fully. The camera turns on in the shooting mode. The lens extends and the flash pops up. If the lens does not extend when the lens barrier is opened, there is a possibility that the cover is stuck in the first click position. Open the lens barrier until it clicks. Diopter adjustment dial AF target mark
Turn the diopter adjustment dial until the AF target mark is clearly visible. Power off: Close the lens barrier slightly until it almost touches the lens barrel. The lens barrier stops just before it touches the lens and the lens retracts. Wait until the lens is fully retracted before closing the lens barrier completely. The camera turns off. (The monitor also turns off.) Press the flash down until it locks into place to close it.
Do not push the lens barrier forcefully against the lens as this may damage the lens or cause it to malfunction.
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When playing back pictures
Power on: Press the (monitor) button with the lens barrier closed. The camera turns on in the playback mode. The monitor turns on and the last picture taken is displayed.
Power off: Press the
The monitor and the camera turn off.
Never open the card cover, remove the card or the batteries, or connect or disconnect the AC adapter while the camera is turned on. Doing so could destroy all data on the card. Destroyed data cannot be restored. When changing the card, be sure to turn the camera off before opening the card cover.
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SETTING THE DATE AND TIME
Open the lens barrier fully. Press Press Press Press Press. on the arrow pad to select MODE MENU. to select the SETUP tab, then press to select , then press.
The shooting mode top menu is displayed.
The green frame moves to the selected item.
to select one of the following date formats:
Y-M-D (Year/Month/Day) M-D-Y (Month/Day/Year) D-M-Y (Day/Month/Year) Then press. The cursor moves to the next setting field.
Press to set the first field, then press the next field.
Press to move back to the previous setting field. The first two digits of the Y are fixed.
to move to
Repeat the above steps until the date and time are completely set. Press.
For a more accurate setting, press when the clock hits 00 seconds. The clock starts when you press the button.
Close the lens barrier.
The camera turns off.
If the camera is left for about 1 hour with the batteries removed, or if the battery power is exhausted, the date and time settings may be canceled or become incorrect. Before taking important pictures, check that the date and time settings are correct.
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USING THE MENUS AND TABS
When you turn on the camera and press , the top menu is displayed on the monitor. The functions of this camera are set from the menus. This chapter explains how the menus work, using the shooting mode screens. Press.
The top menu is displayed.
ESP/ MODE MENU
Select each menu using the arrow pad.
Let you quickly access the most frequently used menu settings. Display operational buttons at the bottom of the screen, and let you select items by pressing.
Lets you access the menu selections to set the ISO sensitivity, white balance, etc. Categorizes the settings into 4 tabs. Displays the CAMERA, PICTURE, CARD and SETUP tabs. Select the desired tab on the left of the screen by pressing.
3:2 1984*1312 SHQ 1984*1488 HQ 1984*1488 SQ 1024*768 CANCEL SELECt GO
SEt CARD PIC CAMERA
DRIVE ISO DIGItAL ZOOM PANORAMA 2 IN 1
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How to use the menus
to display the top menu, then press.
to select a tab, then press to display the menu.
SEt CARD PIC CAMERA DRIVE ISO DIGItAL ZOOM PANORAMA 2 IN 1
SEt CARD PICtURE CAM
To return to select a tab, press.
SEt CARD PIC CAM CARD%SEtUP
SEtUP CARD PIC CAM
ALL RESEt REC VIEW FILE NAME PIXEL MAPPING
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to select the desired item, then press to display the available setting selections.
to select the setting. To complete setting, press.
ISO DIGItAL ZOOM PANORAMA 2 IN 1
DRIVE ISO DIGItAL ZOOM PANORAMA 2 IN 1 AUtO 400
or To return to select an item, press or.
Press to complete setting, and press again to close the menu.
Not all items can be selected depending on the status of the camera and the settings performed. For example, when the movie mode is selected, you cannot select SEPIA, BLACK&WHITE or in the EDIT tab category. By pressing the shutter button to take a picture while the menu is displayed, you can take pictures with the currently selected settings. If you want to save the settings after the camera is turned off, set ALL RESET to OFF.
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Selects the area of the image that will be used to determine exposure or image brightness from the two available settings: ESP or (spot metering).
There are seven modes from which you can choose depending on the shooting conditions and the effect you want to achieve. The contrast, sharpness, etc. are set in the optimal condition for each mode. The shooting modes can be combined with the various setting selections in the Shortcut Menus and Mode Menu.
Open the lens barrier.
The camera turns on in the shooting mode.
The monitor turns on and the screen for selecting the shooting mode (virtual dial) is displayed.
Select the mode best suited to your purpose from the following. Press to select the mode, then press to execute the setting.
Virtual dial screen
PROGRAM AUTO (Factory default setting)
When taking still pictures, the camera adjusts the flash, metering and other functions to the chosen settings.
Suitable for taking a portrait-style shot of a person. This mode features an infocus subject against a blurred background. The camera automatically sets the optimal shooting conditions.
LANDSCAPE - PORTRAIT
Suitable for taking photos of both your subject and the background. The picture is taken with the background as well as the subject in the foreground in focus. You can take photos of your subject against a beautiful sky or landscape. The camera automatically sets the optimal shooting conditions.
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Suitable for taking photos of landscapes and other outdoor scenes. The camera focuses on a distant tree or mountain to produce a clear picture. Since blues and greens are vividly reproduced in this mode, the landscape mode is excellent for shooting natural scenery. The camera automatically sets the optimal shooting conditions.
Suitable for shooting pictures in the evening or at night. The camera sets a slower shutter speed than is used in normal shooting. If you take a picture of a street at night in any other mode, the lack of brightness will result in a dark picture with only dots of light showing. In this mode, the true appearance of the street is captured. The camera automatically sets the optimal shooting conditions.
The shutter speed will extend up to 2 seconds even when the flash is set to fire. The noise reduction function will activate automatically for exposures longer than 1 second. You cannot take any pictures during noise reduction processing.
Enables you to take a picture of yourself while holding the camera. Point the lens towards yourself and the focus will be locked on you. The camera automatically sets the optimal shooting conditions. The zoom is fixed in the Wide position and cannot be changed.
Lets you record movies. The camera maintains the correct focus and exposure even if your subject moves or the distance between your subject and the camera changes. You cannot record movies with sound.
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TAKING STILL PICTURES
You can take still pictures using either the viewfinder or the monitor. Both methods are easy as all you have to do is to press the shutter button.
Taking still pictures using the viewfinder
Open the lens barrier fully.
Slide the lens barrier open until it clicks. The flash pops up and the lens extends.
Position the AF target mark over the subject in the viewfinder.
When the distance from the camera to the subject is less than 0.8 m/ 2.6 ft, select the macro mode.
Press the shutter button gently (halfway).
The focus and exposure are locked when the green lamp on the right of the viewfinder lights up. At this time the sound of the focusing mechanism can be heard from inside the camera, but no picture is being taken.
Press the shutter button all the way (fully).
The camera takes the picture.
Taking still pictures using the monitor
The monitor turns on.
Determine the image composition while observing your subject on the monitor. Take the picture by following the same procedure as for shooting using the viewfinder.
Press the shutter button all the way (fully) to take the picture. When you want to take pictures with the monitor off, press again.
Never open the card cover, remove the batteries or disconnect the AC adapter while the orange lamp is blinking. Doing so could destroy stored pictures and prevent storage of pictures you have just taken.
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IF CORRECT FOCUS CANNOT BE OBTAINED (FOCUS LOCK)
When the subject you want to focus on is not in the center of the frame and you cannot position the AF target mark on it, you can focus the camera on another point at roughly the same distance (focus lock) and take the picture as explained below.
Look into the viewfinder and position the AF target mark over the subject.
Use this mode when you want to print out an image with high quality or on large paper such as A4 (8.3" 11.7"/21 cm 29.7 cm), or you want to process images on a PC. As the image quality is high, the number of storable images is reduced.
HQ (High Quality)
A high quality mode with medium compression. Because the compression rate is higher than SHQ and the file size is smaller, more images can be saved to a card.
Use this mode when you want to edit images on a PC or print them out on postcard size paper. This mode is the factory default setting.
SQ (Standard Use this mode when you want to attach images to e-mail Quality) or simply view them on a PC. This is the standard quality mode. The number of Normal Smaller storable images is increased. 3:2
The resolutions in this mode are smaller than in SHQ or HQ. For each resolution, you can choose HIGH (to reduce noise) or NORMAL (to save more images). Select the best setting for your purpose (printing, Internet pages, etc.).
As with pictures taken using 35 mm film, the aspect ratio is 3:2 (1984 1312). You can choose TIFF, HIGH or NORMAL. The pictures can be printed at a photo lab without cropping the photo.
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Resolution 19841488 16001200
ComFile pression format
Number of images storable on the card 16 MB MB 64 MB 34 97
Uncompressed TIFF Low compression Normal
HIGH NORMAL HIGH NORMAL HIGH NORMAL HIGH NORMAL TIFF
SQ 1024768 640480
*HIGH uses low compression/NORMAL uses standard compression Movie record modes Total recording time that can be stored on one card (seconds)
Record mode Resolution HQ SQ SmartMedia capacity 16 MB 32 MB 64 MB 193 849
320240 (15 frames/sec.) 160120 (15 frames/sec.)
The recording time for one record varies. Products with PAL VIDEO OUT If movie pictures are shot with the Video cable connected, their maximum recording time may be different from this table.
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Display the top menu in the shooting mode.
Open the lens barrier fully. Press.
to select one of the record modes, then press
The record modes for still pictures are 3:2, SHQ, HQ, SQ and TIFF, and for movies are HQ and SQ.
If you select 3:2, SQ or TIFF, press then press. Take the picture.
to select further options,
To set the record mode and close the menu, press
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PLAYING BACK STILL PICTURES
You can play back pictures one by one on the monitor.
with the lens barrier closed.
The monitor turns on and displays the last picture taken. (Single-frame playback)
: Displays the next picture. : Displays the previous picture. : Jumps to the picture 10 frames behind. : Jumps to the picture 10 frames ahead.
to cancel playback.
The monitor and camera turn off.
Quick View (Double-click playback)
This function lets you play back pictures during shooting with the lens barrier open. It is useful when you want to check shooting results and resume shooting quickly.
twice quickly (double-click) in the shooting mode.
The camera immediately enters the playback mode and displays the last picture taken. (Single-frame playback)
The camera returns to the shooting mode and you can resume shooting.
Pictures displayed on the monitor can be enlarged 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5 or 4 times. This function is useful when you want to check the details of a picture.
The monitor turns on and displays the last picture taken. Press to select the picture you want to enlarge.
Press the zoom lever toward
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The picture is magnified 1.5 times. The magnification increases each time the zoom lever is pressed. To return the picture to the original size (1x), press the zoom lever toward.
By pressing while the enlarged picture is displayed, you can scroll the picture in the desired direction, enabling you to view a different section.
This function lets you show several pictures at the same time on the monitor. It is useful for quickly finding the picture you want to view. The number of pictures shown can be 4, 9 or 16.
with the lens barrier closed. to enter the index display
Press the zoom lever toward mode.
Use the arrow pad to select a frame.
Press Press Press Press Press
with the lens barrier closed. to select the picture you want to erase. to select ERASE.
to select YES, then press
The picture is erased and the menu is closed.
Display the top menu in the playback mode.
Press Press with the lens barrier closed.
to select MODE MENU. to select the CARD tab, then press. to select ALL ERASE, then press. to select YES, then press.
All the pictures are erased.
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FORMATTING (CARD SETUP)
This function lets you format a card. Formatting prepares cards to receive data. Before using non-Olympus cards or cards which have been formatted on a PC, you must format them with this camera.
All existing data, including protected data, is erased when the card is formatted. Once erased, pictures cannot be restored, so make sure that you do not erase important image data. Download important image data to a PC before formatting the card.
Press Press Press Press
to select MODE MENU. to select CARD tab, then press. to select YES, then press.
Formatting is executed.
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By specifying the desired number of prints of each picture on the card and whether or not the date and time are to be printed, you can print out the desired pictures according to the print reservation data with a DPOFcompatible printer or at a DPOF photo lab. What is DPOF? DPOF is short for Digital Print Order Format. DPOF is a format used to record automatic print information from cameras. By storing the print reservation data on the card, the pictures can be printed easily by a DPOF-compatible photo lab or on a personal DPOF-compatible printer.
Use this feature to print all the pictures stored on the card. You can specify the desired number of prints and whether or not the date and time are to be printed.
Use this feature to print only selected pictures. Display the frame to be printed and select the desired number of prints.
This function enables you to crop part of a recorded picture and print out the enlarged section only.
Resetting the print reservation data
This function allows you to reset all the print reservation data for pictures stored on the card.
For more details, refer to the Reference Manual on CD-ROM.
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DOWNLOADING PICTURES TO A COMPUTER
By connecting the camera to a computer with the provided USB cable, images on a card can be transferred to the computer. Some OSs (operating systems) may need a special setup before connecting to the camera for the first time. Follow the chart below. For details of the procedures in the chart, refer to the Reference Manual on the software CD. Also refer to the Software Installation Guide included in the CD-ROM package. Identifying the OS
Windows 98/ 98 SE (Second Edition)
Mac OS 9.0 - 9.1/ OSX (10.0) * For OS 8.6, see below.
Installing the USB driver for Windows 98 Connecting the camera to the computer using the provided USB cable Confirming the computer recognizes the camera Downloading image files Disconnecting the USB cable
* Even if your computer has a USB connector, data transfer may not function correctly if you are using one of the operating systems listed below or if you have an add-on USB connector (extension card, etc.). Windows 95/NT 4.0 Windows 98/98 SE upgrade from Windows 95 Mac OS 8.6 or lower (except Mac OS 8.6 equipped with USB MASS Storage Support 1.3.5 installed at the factory) Data transfer is not guaranteed on a home-built PC system or PCs with no factory installed OS.
You can view images using: graphics applications that support the JPEG file format (Paint Shop Pro, Photoshop, etc.); Internet browsers (Netscape Communicator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, etc.); CAMEDIA Master software; or other software. For details on using commercial graphics applications, refer to their instruction manuals.
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QuickTime is needed for playing back movies. QuickTime is included on the provided software CD. If you want to process images, make sure to download them to your computer first. Depending on the software, image files may be destroyed if the images are processed (rotated, etc.) while they are on the card.
FOR OTHER OS USERS
Users running other OS cannot use the provided USB cable to connect the camera directly to a computer. Windows 95 Windows NT Mac OS before OS 9 You can download images directly to your computer using an optional floppy disk adapter or PC card adapter.
Does your computer have a USB interface? Is there a port marked on your computer? No Yes Yes
No Is your OS one of the following? Windows 98 Windows 2000 Windows Me Windows XP Mac OS 9/X
Connect the camera directly to your computer using the provided USB cable. Use the optional USB SmartMedia reader/writer.
*Certain card readers may not be compatible with Mac OS X. Check the Olympus website for the most up-to-date compatibility information.
Does your computer have a built-in PC card slot? No Yes
Use the optional PC card adapter.
*Not supported by Windows NT4.0 or lower.
Does your computer have a built-in floppy disk drive? No Yes
Use the optional FlashPath floppy disk adapter.
Consult your nearest Olympus representative.
For more details, refer to the Reference Manual on CD-ROM. For connection to the PC, refer to the Software Installation Guide included in the CD-ROM package.
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As of February 2002 Camera case P-400 and P-200 photo printers for Olympus digital cameras AC adapter Standard SmartMedia card (8/16/32/64/128MB) Floppy disk adapter PC card adapter Olympus-brand removable media reader/writer NiMH batteries NiMH battery charger CR-V3 long-life lithium batteries
Visit the Olympus home page for the latest information on optional items. http://www.olympus.com/
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Monitor Possible cause The card is not inserted, or it cannot be recognized. Corrective action Insert the card correctly, or insert a different card.
Cannot record, play back or erase pictures on this card.
Wipe the gold contacts with a piece of cleaning paper (commercially available) and insert the card again. If the problem is still not corrected, format the card. If the card cannot be formatted, this card cannot be used. Remove the write-protect seal attached to the card. For more details, refer to the provided instruction manual for the card. Replace the card or erase unwanted pictures. Before erasing, download important images to a PC. Replace the card or erase unwanted pictures. Before erasing, download important images to a PC.
Writing to the card is prohibited.
WRItE PROtECt -
There is no empty space on the card, so no more pictures can be taken. There is no empty space on the card, so it cannot record new information such as print reservation data and other functions. There are no pictures on the card.
The card contains no pictures. Record pictures.
The selected picture cannot be played back on this camera.
Use image processing software on a PC to view it. If that cannot be done, the image file is damaged.
CARD%SEtUP POWER%OFF FORMAt SELECt GO
The card is not formatted.
Format the card.
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Product type Recording system Still Digital recording, TIFF (non-compression), JPEG (in accordance with Design rule for Camera File system (DCF)), Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) QuickTime Motion JPEG support SmartMedia (4 MB - 128 MB) *All cards except 2 MB and 5 V. pixels (TIFF/SHQ/HQ) pixels (TIFF/HIGH/NORMAL) pixels (TIFF/SQ) pixels (TIFF/SQ) pixels (TIFF/SQ) pixels (TIFF/SQ) Approx. 1 frame (TIFF : 1984 1488) Approx. 7 frames (SHQ : 1984 1488) Approx. 21 frames (HQ : 1984 1488) Approx. 32 frames (SQ : NORMAL) 3,000,000 pixels 1/2.5" CCD solid-state image pickup, 3,340,000 pixels (gross) Olympus lens 5.8 - 16.2 mm, f 2.9 - 4.4, 8 elements in 6 groups (equivalent to 36 mm to 100 mm lens on 35 mm camera) Digital ESP metering, Spot metering W: f 2.9, 5.6 T : f 4.4, 8.6 1/2 to 1/1000 sec. (Night scene mode: 2 sec.) 0.8 m to (2.6 ft to ) (normal) 0.2 m to 0.8 m (0.7 ft to 2.6 ft) (macro mode) Optical real image viewfinder (with AF target mark) 1.8" TFT color LCD display, 61,000 pixels Approx. 9 sec. Digital camera (for shooting and displaying)
Movie Memory Recording image resolution
No. of storable pictures (When a 16 MB card is used) No. of effective pixels Image pickup device Lens
Photometric system Aperture Shutter speed Shooting range Viewfinder Monitor Flash charging time
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Outer connector Automatic calendar system Operating environment Temperature
DC-IN jack, USB connector (mini - B), VIDEO OUT jack Up to 2099
0C to 40C (32F to 104F) (operation) -20C to 60C (-4F to 140F) (storage) 30% to 90% (operation) 10% to 90% (storage) Four AA (R6) alkaline batteries, lithium batteries, NiMH batteries or NiCd batteries Or two lithium CR-V3 battery packs Or AC adapter (optional) Manganese (zinc-carbon) batteries cannot be used. 117.5 mm (W) 66.0 mm (H) 49.5 mm (D) (4.6" 2.6" 2.0") (excluding protrusions) 240 g (0.5 lb) (without batteries or card)
Humidity Power supply
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT ANY NOTICE OR OBLIGATION ON THE PART OF THE MANUFACTURER.
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TABLE DES MATIRES GUIDE RAPIDE DE DMARRAGE. 46 FONCTIONS DES MENUS. 56 PRISE DE VUES INSTRUCTIONS DE BASE. 63 SLECTION DE LA QUALIT ET DE LA TAILLE DE LIMAGE (MODE DENREGISTREMENT). 70 Fr AFFICHAGE. 73 RGLAGES DIMPRESSION. 78 TRANSFERT DES PHOTOS VERS UN ORDINATEUR 79 ACCESSOIRES EN OPTION. 81 CODES DERREUR. 82 FICHE TECHNIQUE. 84
0C a 40C (funcionamiento) -20C a 60C (almacenamiento) 30% a 90% (funcionamiento) 10% a 90% (almacenamiento) Cuatro pilas alcalinas AA (R6), pilas de litio, pilas NiMH o pilas NiCd O dos bateras de litio CR-V3 O adaptador de CA (opcional) No se pueden usar pilas de manganeso (zinccarbn). 117,5 mm (An) 66,0 mm (Al) 49,5 mm (Pr) (excluyendo los salientes) 240 g (sin pilas ni tarjeta)
Las Especificaciones Se Encuentran Sujetas a Cambios Sin Previo Aviso Ni Obligacin Alguna Por Parte Del Fabricante.
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