Polaroid Izone550 Manual
Polaroid Izone550 Digital Camera, size: 2.9 MB
Polaroid - 5 megapixel - Standard SD - Built-in Flash - 3 ounce
Great shots are surprisingly fun and easy with a Polaroid izone Digital Camera! Delivers amazing quality with 5.0-megapixel images on a 2.0" LCD screen. This camera is ideal for making crystal-clear prints, sharing over the Internet or via email. Also features a built-in MP3 player so you can listen to your favorite tunes when you're not taking pictures. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Polaroid Izone550 photo ]
User reviews and opinions
|mastermund||11:33pm on Thursday, July 29th, 2010|
|Cameras have came a long way in ten years. did not even get to the MP3 part. Takes pictures they look OK.|
|MarkEzell||12:47pm on Monday, June 21st, 2010|
|Its not even good enuf for an entry level camera I paid $140 online, cudnt get the MP3 to work, the photos outside wer OK didnt try any inside.|
|Stanleys||8:14pm on Monday, April 19th, 2010|
|Good, Basically, at Everything. Great Buy Under $40 I purchased my Polaroid izone 550 a couple of years ago on clearance at Wal-Mart for $35.|
|EbenImmo||5:41pm on Monday, March 29th, 2010|
|I got this camera two years ago for christmas. I thought it was great at first, as it was my first digi cam. Indoor pictures are not the best. good starter pictures dont always turn out that great|
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3. Using the USB cable via the computer Plug the labelled end of the USB cable into the socket marked on your computer. Plug the other end of the USB cable into the USB port on the camera. The battery begins charging and the battery charge LED on the camera blinks. The LED stops blinking and remains on when battery is fully charged.
USB Series A Plug connects to your PC
USB Series Mini B Plug connects to your izone550 Camera or Docking Station
4. Using the USB cable via the docking station. Place the camera into the docking station. For further details, refer to Using the Docking Station on page 9. Plug the labelled end of the USB cable into the socket marked on your computer. Plug the other end of the USB cable into the USB port on the docking station. The battery begins charging and the battery charge LED on the camera blinks. The LED stops blinking and remains on when battery is fully charged. The internal battery should last for the life of the camera, but as is the case with all rechargeable batteries the actual charge held may decline with use. Should it ever become necessary to replace the internal battery, please visit www.polaroid.com for service instructions.
Turning the Camera On and Off
To turn on the camera, fully press and button until the LCD Screen is activated. Press and hold the button again and the camera will power off.
NOTE: Make sure that the Flash / Battery charge LED remains lighted before shooting. The camera is designed with an automatic power-off feature to conserve battery life. After a specified period of inactivity, the camera automatically powers off. Pressing the Power button can deactivate this feature and turn on the camera again. An indicator appears if battery power is low. Recharge the battery immediately.
In the rare situation that the camera locks up (usually in a very low power situation), we have incorporated a Reset button on the back of the camera that allows the camera processor to be reset without losing any images. To use the Reset button, simply depress the Reset button gently using a paper clip or ball point pen. The camera will power off automatically. It is important to note that the camera probably needs to be recharged immediately in order to avoid locking up again.
Capture Mode Under this mode, you can select the image and video settings according to shooting preference, and take pictures and video clips under the settings you have selected. For more details, please refer to Taking Pictures on page 35 and Recording Video Clips on page 44. Playback Mode This mode allows the review or deletion of pictures and video clips from the camera. For more details, please refer to Reviewing and Managing Pictures and Video Clips on page 47. MP3 Mode This mode allows playing or repeat playing MP3 files and turning the volume up or down. For more details, please refer to Listening to the Music on page 54.
The camera has two modes for taking pictures and video clips. Still Image Mode Video Mode
You may switch between these two modes according to the following steps. 1. Set the camera to Capture mode.
2. Press the
(DRIVE MODE) is the current selection.
4. Press the 5. Press the
6. Press the
button to select the desired drive mode.
NOTE: Still Image mode is the default capture mode. This setting is also available in Video mode.
Setup menu can be accessed in both Still Image and Video modes. 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press the
button to select
3. Press the (SETUP).
4. Press the 5. Press the setting.
button to select the desired
Formatting the Internal Memory
Formatting the internal memory deletes all data stored in it. 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. SETUP 2. Access the Setup menu. 3. FORMAT is the current selection.
4. Press the 5. Press the setting. button.
FORMAT DATE/ TIME AUTO OFF BEEP FREQUENCY
REALLY WANT TO FORMAT?
OK NOTE: Data deleted by a format operation cannot be recovered. Make sure you do not have any useful data currently stored in the internal memory before you format it. Formatting the internal memory destroys all the pictures, even those that are protected. With a memory card inserted, the above operation would format the inserted memory card only. The internal memory will not be formatted when a memory card is inserted.
Setting the Current Date and Time
1. Set the camera to Still Image mode.
2. Access the Setup menu. 3. Press the
FORMAT DATE/TIME AUTO OFF BEEP FREQUENCY
button to select DATE/TIME.
Setting the date format 5. Press the button to select DATE or FORMAT.
SETUP DATE FORMAT
7. Press the setting.
8. Press the
DD/MM/YY MMDD/YY YY/MM/DD
Setting the date and time 5. SETUP is the current selection. 6. Press the button.
7. Press the the field.
button to adjust the value in
button to switch to the next field. button.
DD/MM/YY 00/00/00 00:00:00 EXIT
9. Press the
Auto Power Save Setting
The camera performs the following power save operations to conserve battery power. OFF The power save feature is not activated. 1/3/5 MIN The camera is designed to switch off automatically to save battery life after the specified period of inactivity. You can change the power save setting according to the following steps: 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. SETUP 2. Access the Setup menu.
3. Press the
button to select AUTO OFF.
OFF 1 MIN 3 MIN 5 MIN
: SET NOTE: Auto power off is automatically disabled under any one of the following conditions. - While an auto play is undergoing. - While the cameras USB port is connected to a computer or other external devices, or while the camera is being controlled by an external device. The LCD screen automatically goes to hibernation after one minute of inactivity. Press any button, except the Power button, to re-activate the LCD screen.
Setting the Beep Sound On/Off
You can turn the beep sound on and off. When the beep sound is turned on, the camera will beep when you press the buttons. 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode.
2. Access the Setup menu.
button to select BEEP.
In order to take a better indoor picture, the camera needs to be set to suit the correct lighting frequency. Set the frequency to 60Hz for US and 50Hz for Europe. SETUP 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Access the Setup menu.
button to select 3. Press the or FREQUENCY. 4. Press the 5. Press the setting. button.
50 HZ 60 HZ
Setting Display Language
Under this setting, you can select the language you prefer for the LCD screen. 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Access the Setup menu. 3. Press the or LANGUAGE.
DATE/TIME AUTO OFF BEEP FREQUENCY LANGUAGE abc
5. Press the setting.
ENGLISH DEUTSCH FRANAIS ITALIANO ESPAOL
Setting the Date Stamp On and Off
Use the date stamp to imprint the date on your pictures. 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Access the Setup menu.
3. Press the STAMP.
button to select DATE
AUTO OFF BEEP FREQUENCY LANGUAGE abc DATE STAMP
NOTE: This setting is configured for images only.
Resetting to Default Settings
You can easily change all the settings you made back to the camera default settings by the following steps. Please refer to Camera Default Settings on page 91 for more details. 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Access the Setup menu. 3. Press the or DEFAULT.
When shooting under these conditions: The flash does not fire. Use this setting for outdoor pictures, or where flash is prohibited or may be distracting, or when shooting towards a reflective surface, such as a window or a mirror. If there is not enough light when using this setting, your pictures may turn out dark. Select this mode Icon shown on the LCD screen
The flash fires automatically as needed. Use this setting to take most pictures.
The flash fires for every picture. Use this setting in high-contrast situations to provide fill-light or use it indoors in low light.
NOTE: Flash modes are not available in Video mode. Never touch or block the flash with your fingers.
Your camera is designed with a self-timer function, which allows you to take pictures with a 10-second built-in timer. SELF TIMER 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press the
3. Press the TIMER).
7. The icon
will appear on the LCD screen.
NOTE: To disable the self-timer function, repeat the above steps and select OFF.
2048 X +1.5
8. Frame your subject using the LCD screen. 9. Press the shutter button to take a picture. The camera beeps (if the beep sound is turned on) and the Self-timer LED blinks.
NOTE: Place the camera on a flat surface or use a tripod when using the self-timer function.
Your camera is designed with 4X digital zoom. This feature lets you zoom in on the central area of a photo and photograph only the enlarged portion of the picture. 1. Set the camera to Capture mode. 2. Press the button to zoom in. Press the zoom factor is shown on the LCD screen.
button to zoom out. The
Digital Zoom Factor
NOTE: You may notice a decrease in image quality when using the digital zoom. The zoom feature is not available during recording video clips at 320 x 240 pixels.
Setting the Image Size and Quality
Picture resolution refers to the number of pixels in a digital picture. Picture quality depends on the JPEG file compression that the camera applies when the picture is taken. Higher resolution and less compression produces better quality but occupies more memory space. Smaller size pictures and normal quality are easier to email while larger size and fine quality are better for printing. Image Size Setting 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode.
3. Press the SIZE).
2592X1944 2304X1728 2048X1536 640X480
2592 X X X X 480
NOTE: It is recommended to use the 2592 x 1944 resolution for printing.
Quality Setting 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press the
HIGH NORMAL LOW
Setting Exposure Compensation
You can adjust the exposure compensation value (EV) within the range of -2EV to +2EV in order to compensate for current lighting conditions. This setting can be used to obtain better results when shooting with backlighting, indirect indoor lighting, a dark background, etc. 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press the
or 3. Press the (EXPOSURE).
NOTE: A higher EV value is best used for light-colored subjects and backlit subjects. A lower EV value is best for dark-colored subjects and for shooting outdoors on a clear day. When shooting under very dark or very bright conditions, you may not be able to obtain satisfactory results even after performing exposure compensation.
Setting the White Balance for Pictures
Selecting the right type of white balance can help to make the color of a subject in a picture appear more natural under the type of lighting that is available. WHITE BALANCE 1. Set the camera to Still Image mode. 2. Press the
AUTO DAYLIGHT CLOUDY TUNGSTEN FLUORESCENT
3. Press the or BALANCE).
Select this setting
When shooting under these conditions: Automatic adjustment
Indoors, illuminated by tungsten lighting
Indoors, illuminated by fluorescent lighting
4 Recording Video Clips
NOTE: Change the drive mode from Still Image mode to Video mode before recording video clips, since Still Image mode is the default capture mode. Please refer to Drive Mode on page 23 for more details.
Recording Video Clips
Use the Video mode to record video clips. The recording time displayed on the LCD screen will increase and the icon will blink while recording.
1. Set the camera to Video mode. 2. Frame your subject using the LCD screen. 3. Press the shutter button completely down to start recording. 4. Press the shutter button again to stop recording. Recording stops when the current memory is full.
640 X 480 00:12:58
1 SEC 10 SEC
Start Auto Play Perform steps 1, 2, 3 and 4 on page 48. 5. ON is the current selection. 6. Press the button.
The camera will automatically run from the last file that you have reviewed. Every file will display according to your interval setting. You or may press the button to stop the auto play. The auto play will keep running as long as there is power.
1. Set the camera to Playback mode. 2. Press the or button to select the video clip you want to play. 3. Press the button to start playing video clip. Press it again to pause. 4. Press the button to stop.
Playing the Video Clip
640 X 480 00:12:32
08:54 04/10/- 0006
icon is shown on LCD screen when a video clip is selected.
Protect or Unprotect Picture(s) or Video Clip(s)
1. Set the camera to Playback mode. button. 2. Press the or 3. Press the button to select (PROTECT). 4. Press the button.
LOCK THIS UNLOCK THIS LOCK ALL UNLOCK ALL
5. Press the or button to select the desired setting. 6. Press the button.
PROTECT Protect the selected LOCK THIS picture or video clip UNLOCK THIS UNLOCK THIS Remove protection from LOCK ALL the selected picture or UNLOCK ALL video clip LOCK ALL Protect all pictures and : SET video clips in the current memory UNLOCK ALL Remove protection from all of the pictures and video clips
icon will appear on Once the images or video clips are protected, an the LCD screen, indicating it is locked when you review it.
NOTE: To protect one picture or video clip or to remove protection from one picture or button to choose the selection you want to or video clip, use the protect or unprotect before the above operation.
Deleting Picture(s) or Video Clip(s)
1. Set the camera to Playback mode. button. 2. Press the or 3. Press the button to select (ERASE). 4. Press the button.
ERASE THIS ERASE ALL
7. Press the or button to select the desired setting. 8. Press the button.
You can cancel the deletion by choosing NO.
ERASE THIS ?
NOTE: To delete one picture or video clip, use the or button to select the one you want to delete before the above operation. Protected file can not be deleted. Remove protection before deleting. All deleted pictures and video clips can not be recovered.
6 Listening to the Music
Adding and Removing the Songs to and from the Camera
For Windows Users
1. Turn on the camera. 2. Connect the camera to the computer via the USB cable. See page 77. 3. Double click My Computer -> double click MP3. 4. Drag your favorite songs into this folder. Or remove the songs from the folder.
For Macintosh Users
1. Turn on the camera. 2. Connect the camera to the computer via the USB cable. See page 77. 3. Double click Unlabeled -> double click MP3. 4. Drag your favorite songs into this folder. Or remove the songs from the folder.
Listening to the Music
1. Set the camera to MP3 mode. See page 22. 2. Press the button to start playing the songs in the cameras current memory. Press it again to pause. 3. Press the button to stop playing.
Press the or the next song.
button to play the previous or
1.MP3 2.MP3 3.MP3 3:43 4:02 4:15
Key Lock Feature
The camera is designed with a key lock feature. This helps to prevent accidental operation when carrying your camera in a pocket or a bag. You can manually lock the keypad by pressing the shutter button and then the button within the next 10 seconds. The icon appears on the LCD screen. Repeat the same operation to remove the lock.
NOTE: The LCD screen automatically goes to hibernation after one minute of inactivity. In this case, a message will prompt you how to unlock the keypad when you press any button while music is playing.
Adjusting the Volume
icon 1. Press the button and the appears on the LCD screen. or button turns the 2. Pressing the
volume up or down. 3. Press the button again to confirm the adjustment.
Setting Repeat On/Off
The camera repeatedly plays the songs stored in the current memory after activating the repeat feature. 1. Set the camera to MP3 mode. 2. Press the button to activate the repeat feature. The icon appears on the LCD screen.
NOTE: To disable the repeat feature, press the
7 Print Settings
PictBridge is a new industry standard that allows you to print images directly from a PictBridge enable digital still camera to a PictBridge compatible printer without using a photo editing software or a computer. Printing Procedures 1. Preparing the camera and the printer.
Camera Printer Be sure battery level is full before printing. Refer to the user guide that comes with your printer and make preparations (paper, ink cassette, cartridge, etc.) as required.
Turn on the camera and the printer. 2. Selecting PictBridge mode Set the camera to Playback mode and select the PictBridge mode. Refer to page 58 for details. 3. Connecting the camera to the printer Refer to "Camera/Printer Connection" on page 59 for details. 4. Select print settings. Use the camera's function and navigation buttons to select the print settings. Refer to page 60 for details. 5. Printing Select PRINT and press the 63 for details. button to start printing. Refer to page
Cancelling Printing Press the button to cancel printing the print job. The printer will stop printing and eject the paper.
PROGRESS 001/002 PRINTED 000 CANCEL
Printing Errors If for some reason an error occurs during or before printing, the camera will return to the PICTBRIDGE screen.
NOTE: Please refer to the printers user guide for the solutions. Printing may resume once the problem is solved.
Selecting PictBridge Mode 1. Set the camera to Playback mode. button. 2. Press the or 3. Press the button to select SETTING). 4. Press the button.
5. Press the or button to select PICTBRIDGE. 6. Press the button.
NOTE: To print a single image, select the image before enabling PictBridge mode.
PLEASE CONNECT TO DEVICE
Camera/Printer Connection Connecting with the USB Cable.
1. Plug Series A of the USB cable into the marked socket on your printer. Location of USB socket will vary from printer to printer. 2. Plug Series Mini B of the USB cable into the port on your camera.
NOTE: DEVICE IS CONNECTED displays on the LCD screen, indicating a proper DEVICE IS connection to the printer. CONNECTED Do not connect the USB cable to the camera until PictBridge is enable and when prompted by the PLEASE CONNECT TO DEVICE screen. Or if you already have connected the cable to the camera, do not plug into printer until prompt to do so. Not following this sequence will result in connection failure. When PLEASE CONNECT TO DEVICE is displayed for about ten seconds, it will skip to the PictBridge print setting screen even if there is no connection between camera and printer.
Selecting Print Settings 1. Press the or button to select the print mode.
THIS IMAGE ALL IMAGES ALL INDEX
2. The following options are available.
Print the selected image in the cameras internal memory or a memory card according to specified settings. Use the or button to designate the image you want to print before selecting the PictBridge mode.
Print all images in the cameras internal memory or a memory card according to the specified settings.
All images in the cameras internal memory or a memory card are given an index and printed according to the specified settings.
NOTE: To print a single image, select the image before enabling PictBridge. Print settings are configured for images only. Make sure there are no video clips or other file besides images in the memory before printing, otherwise, an error will occur if trying to print using the ALL IMAGES or ALL INDEX option. Not all printers will support all these print options. Please refer to the printer user guide for options available.
button to select the print settings.
NO. OF COPY
DEFAULT DEFAULT DEFAULT
Number of Copies Print Layout File Name On/Off Date Stamp On/Off Paper Size
Select a setting item using the or contents using the or button.
button and select setting
NOTE: If the cameras print settings are not supported by the printer, the camera will return to the PICTBRIDGE screen after selecting a particular setting. In this case, select DEFAULT for this particular setting, or visit http://www.polaroid.com for possible solutions.
Specifying the Number of Copies or 1. Press the button to select (NO. OF COPY). or button to specify 2. Press the the number of copies (from 1 to 99) you want to print for the selected image or all images.
NOTE: 01 is the default setting.
01 DEFAULT DEFAULT DEFAULT DEFAULT
Selecting Print Layout 1. Press the or button to select UP LAYOUT).
2. Press the or button to specify the number of printed images on a page.
DEFAULT Print settings differ according to the printer model. 1/2/4/6/8 Print 1/2/4/6/8 on a page. BORDERLESS Print right to the edge of the page. Setting the File Name On/Off or 1. Press the button to select (FILE NAME).
2. Press the or button to select DEFAULT, ON or OFF.
DEFAULT ON OFF
Print settings differ according to the printer model. Add the file name to the printed image. Print without the file name.
Setting the Date Stamp On/Off DATE STAMPING 1. Press the or (DATE button to select 01 STAMPING). 1 DEFAULT or button to select DEFAULT, 2. Press the DEFAULT ON or OFF. DEFAULT
Print settings differ according to the printer model. Add the date stamp to the printed image. Print without the date stamp.
Selecting Paper Size 1. Press the or button to select SIZE. or button to select the paper 2. Press the size.
The following paper sizes are available: 8 x 10, 4 x 6, A4 and default.
DEFAULT DEFAULT 4X6
DEFAULT Print settings differ according to the printer model. Printing 1. Press the 2. Press the
or button to select button.
NOTE: To return to the normal playback mode, press the EXIT and press the button.
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)
DPOF stands for Digital Print Order Format, which is a format for recording on a memory card or other medium which captured images and how many copies should be printed. Then you can print on a DPOFcompatible printer or at a professional print service from the memory card in accordance with the file name and number of copies settings recorded on the card. With this camera, you should always select images by viewing them on the LCD screen. Do not specify images by file name without viewing the file contents.
NOTE: Print settings are configured for images only. Make sure there are no video clips or other file besides images in the memory before printing, otherwise, an error will occur if trying to print using the ALL IMAGES option.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Insert an SD card into the camera. Turn on the camera. Set the camera to Playback mode. button. Press the or Press the button to select (PRINT SETTING). 6. Press the button.
7. Press the 8. Press the
or button to select DPOF. button.
9. Press the or button to select the desired setting. 10. Press the button.
THIS IMAGE ALL IMAGES
The selected picture in a memory card will be printed up to 99 copies.
NOTE: To print a single image, select the image before enabling DPOF mode.
All pictures in a memory card will be printed up to 99 copies for each picture.
Inserting the SD Card Turn off the camera. Insert the SD card and ensure the card is inserted correctly as illustrated.
icon will appear on the LCD The screen when a SD card is inserted into the camera.
Removing the SD Card To remove the SD card, turn off your camera and gently push the SD card inwards. And then release it for the SD card to eject from the SD card slot.
IMPORTANT! Never insert any other object into the cameras SD card slot. Doing so creates the risk of damage to the camera and card. Should water or any foreign objects ever get into the card slot, immediately turn off the camera, remove the batteries and contact your dealer or nearest service provider. Never remove a card from the camera while the camera is powered on. Doing so can cause the recording operation to fail, and even damage the memory card.
Formatting the SD Card Formatting the SD card erases all files stored in it, including the protected ones. Removing the SD card during formatting may damage the card. 1. Insert an SD card into the camera card slot. 2. Turn on the camera. 3. Procedures are the same as for formatting the internal memory. Refer to Formatting the Internal Memory on page 25 for details.
IMPORTANT! You can format a memory card on the camera or on a computer. However formatting a memory card on a computer takes much longer. Note that the data deleted by a format operation cannot be recovered. Make sure you do not have any useful data currently stored on a memory card before you format it.
To Copy Pictures and Video Clips from Internal Memory to a Memory Card
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Insert an SD card into the camera card slot. Turn on the camera. Set the camera to Playback mode. button. Press the or Press the button to select (COPY TO CARD). 6. Press the button.
COPY TO CARD
or 7. Press the button to select the desired setting. 8. Press the button.
In the above operation, you can exit to the normal Playback mode by choosing CANCEL and confirm it. Please note that you cannot copy pictures or video clips from a memory card to the internal memory.
NOTE: The original pictures and video clips will still be in the cameras internal memory after the copy operation has been performed. You must take the card out before you can erase it.
9 Installing the Software onto a Computer
Installing the Software
For Windows Users:
IMPORTANT! Please backup all the necessary data before any driver and software installation. The CD-ROM is tested and recommended to use under English Windows OS. Please restart the computer after installing the software. IMPORTANT! (For Windows 98SE) Windows 98SE needs to install the izone550 camera driver for Mass Storage function. After the installation, please restart the Windows before connecting the camera to the PC. IMPORTANT! To experience higher performance in graphics and sound when youre watching video clips on your PC, it is recommended to install the DirectX ver. 9.0 or above. It can be downloaded from http://www.microsoft.com/directx. IMPORTANT! (For Windows Me, 2000, XP) Directly plug-in the camera to transfer and view the pictures. No need to install the driver.
Symptom I receive an error message when I am installing the Polaroid izone550 camera driver. Problem Polaroid izone550 camera driver does not load. Solution Shut down all other applications and attempt to reinstall the driver. Check to see if the USB controller in your BIOS is activated. Please refer to Polaroid website for how to active USB controller in BIOS. Connection failure. Conflict with another camera driver or capture device. Check all cable connections are secured. If you have another camera installed on your computer, remove it and its driver completely from your system to avoid conflicting with your izone550. Go to the computer desktop. Right click on My Computer. Click Properties. Select Device Manager. Double click on CDROM, double click on CD-R (normally the manufacturers name. Click on Settings. Ensure both Auto insert notification and the disconnect are ticked. If you change the settings the computer will ask you to restart your PC. Click Yes. Hold your izone550 camera steady until you hear a beep which indicates the exposure is completed.
I cannot upload images to my computer. I cannot run the Polaroid izone550 camera driver.
My CD Installation wizard does not work.
The auto installation file is switched off or the CD-ROM is disconnected.
I get a blurred image when uploading my images to my computer.
There may be a momentary delay between pressing the shutter button and the actual exposure.
Symptom My izone550 camera hanged and all buttons do not work. I cannot activate my digital camera by pressing the Power button. Camera suddenly powers off.
Problem Your camera may be affected by the electrostatic discharge. Battery is exhausted.
Solution Depress the Reset button gently by using a paper clip or ball pen. Recharge the battery.
Auto power off function is activated. Or Battery is exhausted. Camera is turned off Or Flash unit is charging. Or Memory is full. Battery is exhausted. Camera powers off before the save operation is complete. Or Removing the memory card before the save operation is complete. Sunlight or light from another source is shining directly into the lens during recording. A memory card with non-DCF pictures recorded with another camera is loaded in the camera.
Turn the camera on. Or Recharge the battery. Turn the camera on. Or Wait until flash unit charging finishes. Or Delete images you no longer need, or use another memory card. Recharge the battery. Recharge the battery as soon as possible if the exhausted battery indicator is on the LCD screen. Or Do not remove the memory card before the save operation is complete. Position the camera so that sunlight does not shine directly onto the lens.
The LCD screen is frozen or the camera is hanged. Printer may not support some advanced print features. Or Some fault occurs with the printer. Or Print settings can be configured for images only.
Symptom Pictures are overexposed or under exposed.
Problem An incorrect flash mode is applied for shooting.
Solution Select a correct flash mode for shooting according to the surrounding lighting conditions.
Please also refer to the help files & User Guides that accompany the enclosed applications. For further information and support, please visit our website: http://www.polaroid.com
12 Getting Help
Polaroid Online Services Customer Support
Questions? Need Help? Call us at 0120-103-772 Or visit us at http://www.polaroid.com For Latin America E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
ArcSoft Software Help
For United States ArcSoft HQ Support Center (Fremont, CA 94538) Tel.: 1-510-979-5599 Fax: 1-510-440-7978 E-mail: email@example.com Web: http://www.arcsoft.com/en/support/ For Europe ArcSoft Europe Support Center (Ireland) Tel.: +353-(0) 61-702087 Fax: +353-(0) 61-702001 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org support For Japan ArcSoft Japan Support Center (Tokyo) Tel.: +81-3-5795-1392 Fax: +81-3-5795-1397 E-mail: email@example.com Web: http://www.arcsoft.jp
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Visit http:// www.arcsoft.com for technical support and frequently asked questions (FAQs).
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Picture Resolution Sensor: - 1/1.8 inch - 5.2 Mega Pixels CMOS Type: 6 elements Aperture: F 3.0/8.0 Focal Length: 8.54 mm Focal Distance - Normal Focus: 3.2 ft to (1 m to ) (The focusing range is the distance from the lens surface to the subject.) Focus Zones: center 2.0 TFT color panel Modes - Auto Flash, Forced On, Flash Off Range: 3.2 to 4.9 ft (1 to 1.5 m) -/+2 EV in 0.5 increments Mechanical shutter 1/500 sec ~ 1/8 sec Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent
|Product Type||Digital camera - compact with digital player|
|Optical Sensor Type||CMOS|
|Total Pixels||5,100,000 pixels|
|Effective Sensor Resolution||5,000,000 pixels|
|Optical Sensor Size||1/1.8"|
|Digital Zoom||4 x|
|Shooting Modes||Frame movie mode|
|Max Shutter Speed||1/500 sec|
|Min Shutter Speed||1/8 sec|
|Exposure Compensation||±2 EV range, in 1/2 EV steps|
|White Balance||Automatic, presets|
|White Balance Presets||Fluorescent, cloudy, tungsten light, outdoor|
|Digital Video Format||AVI|
|Still Image Format||JPEG|
|Memory / Storage|
|Flash Memory||Flash - integrated (soldered memory - 16 MB )|
|Supported Flash Memory||SD Memory Card|
|Image Storage||JPEG 2592 x 1944|
|Camera Flash||Built-in flash|
|Flash Modes||Fill-in mode, auto mode, flash OFF mode|
|Effective Flash Range||3.3 ft - 5 ft|
|Type||Lens - 8.54 mm - f/3.0|
|Focal Length||8.54 mm|
|Min Focus Range||3.3 ft|
|Lens Construction||6 element(s)|
|Self Timer Delay||10 sec|
|Additional Features||Auto power save, date/time stamp, DPOF support, PictBridge support, histogram display|
|Type||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 2" - color|
|Display Form Factor||Built-in|
|Digital Player (Recorder)|
|Supported Digital Audio Standards||MP3|
|Connector Type||1 x USB 1 x headphones|
|Expansion Slot(s)||1 x SD Memory Card|
|Software||Drivers & Utilities|
|System Requirements for PC Connection|
|Operating System Support||MS Windows XP, MS Windows 2000, MS Windows ME, MS Windows 98 SE|
|Peripheral Devices||USB port, CD-ROM drive|
|System Requirements Details||Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP - Pentium III - 450 MHz - 128 MB - 500 MB MacOS 9.2 or later|
|Included Accessories||Docking station, hand strap, earphones|
|Cables Included||USB cable|
|Power Device||Power adapter - external|
|Supported Battery Details||1 x Li-Polymer rechargeable battery ( included )|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Number||Izone 550|
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